Adviser: Caryn Ocuto
Culture Club is a smaller community of students experiencing conversation, community speakers, goodwill missions, student presentations, and more!
Advisers: Deyana Matt and Tiffany Denning
Westfield’s Club Hype is a club for students who want to get a scoop of the action by being active and engaged in various things that interest middle school students. Becoming a member of this club lets you join other students in playing popular board games, watching movies, cooking feasts, playing group sports, creating crafts, homework help, and even some after school field trips. Club Hype is a club designed for students to have fun and express their unique personalities in a safe and open environment. Club Hype meets once a week on every Tuesday after school in either the Art or Health room with Ms. Matt and Mrs. Denning. Students can join at anytime, so stop by if you are interested in becoming a part of the Hype!
Adviser: Carri Chesler
Homework Lab will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays to those students who need work on homework and ask questions, work with a group on a project, organize binders or study for a test. There is a limit of 20 students each session. Students are required to have a parent sign the permission slip.
Advisers: Cyndi Bringer, Patti Edwards, Emily Fiedler, and Caitlin Shah
- Fall Play: Auditions held in September, play is performed at the end of October.
- Spring Play: Auditions are held in January. Practices are held from January through April with play performed at the end of April.
- Talent Show: Scheduled for January, students audition for a performance spot in this annual event.
Adviser: Deyana Matt
Westfield’s Foodies Club is a new cooking club designed for students to practice necessary life skills in the kitchen and experiment with the process of cooking and tasting different foods. Students involved in the Foodies Club will also learn how to read recipes, gather ingredients and tweak their tasting palettes! Becoming a Westfield Foodie means that you will not only discover the joys of food and cooking, but also the importance of team work and following instructions. Foodies will meets once a week after school in the Art room with Ms. Matt. Students can join at anytime, so stop by the Art Room if you are interested in becoming a Westfield Foodie!
Adviser: Deyana Matt
Westfield’s Lego Club is made up of Legos, Legos and more Legos! We have hundreds of Lego figures, animals, houses, gears, sensors, motors, etc. If you like to build things, make things move on their own or make stop animation movies, or just love Legos, come join in on the problem solving, team building and fun we have. Lego Club meets once a week on every Monday after school in the art room with Ms. Matt. New members are always welcome so drop into the art room to see what we are creating!
Advisers: Caitlin Shah and Mariela Siegert
Westfield’s Literary Blog is a place for staff and students to showcase their artistic talents. The blog is a place to post artwork, poetry, short stories, or original videos. Since we appreciate all things literary, we also accept any book reviews or discussion of any literary work. All submissions must be turned in to Mrs. Siegert in the library or Mrs. McDonald in room 206 prior to publication.
Advisers: Mariela Siegert and Kelly Ordoqui
LTC stands for Library Tech Club, where all things tech are welcomed. Join others and create videos, podcasts, mini-movies, book trailers, stop motion videos, or whatever else you can think of, as long as it involves technology! LTC meets on Fridays after school.
Advisers: Jodi Gaffey and Mariela Siegert
Book Club is
a time for avid readers to discuss the books they love. There are no required books for discussion, so participants can just show up and talk about texts they have already read! All students have the opportunity to join and attend.
Advisers: Kelly Hilden, Justin Kastory, Deyana Matt, Lauren McDonald
Westfield’s Student Council is a selective group of students from each grade who become centrally involved in the activities of the school by working with fellow students and teachers to help share the ideas, interests, and concerns that students have. Student Council also assists with fundraising for social events, community projects, and school reform. Becoming a member of Student Council enables students to be involved in many important decision making processes such as spirit days, dance themes, after school activities, and much more, as well as the opportunity to take part in special member only school functions. Westfield’s Student Council meets on Wednesday mornings in the Art Room, so feel free to show up on only of our bi-weekly meetings. For more information, check out the Westfield Student Council Website.
Advisers: Nick Cikesh and Tim Wojcicki Yearbook begins in September and continues through March. Meetings are held on various Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 3:35 - 4:50p.m. Yearbook begins in September and continues through March. Meetings are held on various Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 3:35 - 4:50p.m. I
f you enjoy taking photographs or digitally organizing photographs, Yearbook is the club for you!