Baird students each year you are encouraged to join a club and this year is no different.

  1. Read about each club and what it has to offer.
  2. Decide which club or clubs you would like to join.
  3. If you are going to join more than 1 club please make sure the club meeting day and time do not overlap.
  4. Fill out the Club Form below and let the good times roll!
Name of Club Club Sponsor Description of Club Grade Level Day and Time Club Will Meet
Science Olympiad Team & Club  Mrs. Herrick  Ms. Jensen Preparing for regional & state competition science events (Competition date: Saturday, March 5th)   5th-8th Grade Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday from 3:50- 5:00 PM RmS1 (Herrick) or Rm 1 (Jensen)
         
Sra. Limon Lunch Club Sra. Limon Time to hang out, eat lunch, and enjoy each other’s company. 7th and 8th Grade Monday’s at lunch
         
Lunch with Mrs. Her   Mrs. Her Time to hang out, eat lunch, and enjoy each other’s company. 7th and 8th Grade Monday’s at lunch
         
Knitting Club Frau Grunberg Students must have basic knitting skills (You know how to do a knit stitch).  During club, you may work on your own projects, learn new stiches, and receive help. You will need to bring your own supplies. This club is not for students who have never knitted.    5th-8th Grade Tuesday’s at 8:30 AM in the Library
         
Adventure Club Mr. Mertens Saturday trips to Woodward Park, paintball, the snow, fishing, and anywhere else the club decides to go.   5th and 6th Grade Friday’s at lunch Room 11
         
Pride Club Mrs. Reed Pride Club is Baird’s GSA. Every student has the right to a safe, supportive, and LGBTQ+inclusive education. We want all our LGBTQ+ students and allies to know that we see you, we value you, and we love you.   7th and 8th Grade Monday’s after lunch dismissal in Room 20
         
10,000 Step Club   Mrs. Reed 10,000 Step Club is a social walking club. We meet Friday mornings for a vigorous walk around our beautiful Baird campus.   5th-8th Grade Friday mornings from 8:00-8:40 AM Meet in Room 20  
         
Academic Pentathlon   Mrs. Reed Academic Pentathlon will allow you, as a middle school student, a chance to start experiencing the benefits of Academic Decathlon before entering high school. Academic Pentathlon isn’t about demonstrating how good a student you already are. It’s about daring to push your limits. It’s about the people you’ll meet along the way—the coaches who will mentor you, the competitors who will challenge you, and the teammates who will become your lifelong friends. As Pentathletes you’ll learn an exciting new theme each year. This year’s theme is Water, A Most Essential Resource. You’ll explore five subjects connected to that theme and you’ll learn to move an audience not just with facts and rhetoric, but with confidence. You’ll never do any of this alone, you’ll be working with a team—a team composed of students with a wide range of grades but a single shared goal.   6th-8th Grade Block 8 Quarters 2 & 3 + some after school study sessions in Room 20  
Black Student Union Mrs. Martin This club advocates the needs of students while empowering, teaching, discussing, and exploring the Black experience. BSU serves as a liaison between students of African descent and other minorities and the campus. 5th-8th Grade Once monthly during lunch or during Saturday Academy.
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