• Cavaliers have many choices for getting involved in extracurricular activities!

    During our yearly club walk each club will have a table with information, brochures, handouts, sign ups, permission slips,  etc. for that particular club. Below are the Clubs that are available at Cuthbertson Middle School.  


    Battle of the Books: Read books, have fun, and compete in a quiz bowl style competition! Meetings begin in October.   In December, a competition team will be selected for the county BoB competition, held yearly in the spring. This club is open to any student in grades 6-8 who loves reading. See Mrs. Bost in the media center for more information.  The Battle of the Books team will hold their first interest meeting on October 2nd from 7:30 to 8:15.  The team will meet each Tuesday.  Team members will also be required to practice each day in the media center during activity time. 

    BOB Web Site and Information

     Sponsor: Mrs. Bost 

    Cavalier Connection: Student meet to create outreach activities and get-togethers with our sister schools.

    Sponsor: Mrs. Williams

    CAVS Engineering & Robotics:  Students create innovative solutions to real-world problems that test their engineering and design skills.  Students are encouraged to collaborate and work as teams to perform various tasks.

    Sponsor: Ms. Gillett  and Mr. Landry


    Chess Club: Students meet each Thursday from 7:30-8:15  to learn foundations and strategies for enjoying the game of chess. Students are encouraged to bring their own chess sets as we have a limited number of chess sets on hand.  

    Sponsor: Mrs. Capone 

    CNN: (The Cavaliers News Network) Broadcast Team: Students work with the Media Specialist to produce a daily school news broadcast. Open to sixth, seventh, and eighth-grade students. Auditions are held in October. Stop by the Media Center for more information. Students may apply to participate in the morning announcements.  Job duties include: writer, reporter, camera person, director and crew.

    Sponsor: Mrs. Bost

    Debate Club - Students use communication, persuasion, and debate skills to address global topics.


    Girls Who Code - A group for girls that focuses on coding and computer skills.


    Garden Club: This group focuses on horticulture,  renewable resources, and science-related topics.


    Junior Beta ClubThis is an academic service organization that promotes student character, provides opportunities for leadership, and encourages academic growth.  Students are required to maintain a 92% overall average and complete 3 hours of community service per grading period.

    Sponsor: Mr. Savoni and Ms. Biggerstaff 

    Kid Coders : This club provides students the opportunity to explore the wonders of computer programming, as well as design and development of coding.

    Lego Club : A creative club where students use Legos to build 3-dimensional structures as a team.

    Links : Students assist those with special needs by helping them complete various hand-on projects and activities.

    Sponsor: Ms. Guckenberger

    Math24:   A super exciting club where students make the number 24 from the four numbers shown on a Math 24 card.

    Sponsors: Ms. McDermott and Mr. Bair

    MOGA : Morning yoga activities to promote a healthy mind and body.


    Odyssey of the Mind: Team members apply their creativity to solve problems that range from building mechanical devices to presenting their own interpretation of literary classics. They then bring their solutions to competition. Open to any interested 6-8th graders. More Information about OM

    Sponsor: Mr. McBride and Ms. Sinople 

    S.T.E.M. :  Students explore science, technology, engineering, and math activities to promote 21st Century learning.

    String Club: Students who play string instruments rehearse and play music together.

    Sponsor: Ms. Ebert

     Student Council:   Representatives are voted into office by their peers and help share students’ ideas and interests with the entire student body, teachers, and other staff.

    Sponsors: Mrs. Palmer and Mr. Hansen

    YCI: A non-denominational Christian club. All are welcome to join us. Youth Commission International is an organization where children impact the world for Christ.

    To learn more about Youth Commission International, click HERE

    Sponsor: Mrs. Kiser

    Yearbook:    Students apply to create the school yearbook by creating layouts, taking photographs, and conducting interviews with the yearbook committee.  The yearbook staff creates, writes and produces our annual, The Charge. Open to any interested 6-8th graders.

    Sponsors: Mrs. Jacobson