• 2021-2022 Chávez Clubs

    Chavez has a lot of cool clubs. 

    Stay tuned for all upcoming meeting dates and times for the various clubs we have on campus!         

    Make school great-participate!

     

    Me To We - The Me to We club is a civics based, service learning club where students focus on issues that matter most to them and make a difference in the world they live in. CCMS students work in unison with the Me to We club at El Camino and our alumni students who carried the club to EC. Together we work to make our community and world a better place. Me to We follows the curriculum from WE.org and participates in yearly projects submitted to the WE organization and students attend the live WE Day televised event in LA in May each year.

    Robotics Club - 

    Art Club - This is a great place to explore your personal interests in art and get some hands on experience with art tools and materials if you are not in art class or if you just want more art in your life! 

    Chess Club - We welcome every level of player, even those looking to learn the game.  We meet during lunch and are always looking for new members.

    Girls Who Code - Despite the name, our Girls Who Code club is open to all genders. Coders learn from fun and simple online coding tutorials, build community through interactive activities, and learn about inspiring role models. We also work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project with the intent to solve real world problems through code!

    GSA - Gay Straight Alliance club is a social and support club for LGBTQ+ students and allies. We work to create a safe space for students to talk about LGBTQ+ issues in our school and in our community. Come express yourself at GSA!

    HERd - 

    Gaming Club - 

    IGNITE WORLDWIDE - is an organization that directly works with teachers during the school day to provide programming that promotes STEM education and career advancement for girls and non-binary youth from historically marginalized communities. Through hands-on events that connect students with role models who live and work in their communities, students recognize new possibilities for their futures. Ms. Sanders is the first Ignite Chapter leader in Southern California and hosted two virtual events during the 2020-2021 school year. There are plans to continue hosting events for the 21-22 school year if funding is available. For more information about IGNITE Click https://www.igniteworldwide.org/about/. For event information, please contact xye.sanders@oside.us.

     

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