What is ASB?
At Beaver Lake our associated student body (ASB) strives to make Beaver Lake a place where All Students Belong. ASB is an elective class that students must be elected or appointed into. Consisting of students in 6th through 8th grade, ASB allows students the unique experience to hold leadership roles at Beaver Lake and be a part of a student government. ASB officers are students with a drive to make Beaver Lake a better place and serve their community with the help of a teacher advisor who guides the class throughout the year.
Purpose of ASB
ASB’s purpose is to make sure that all students feel like they can be involved and feel like they belong. ASB plans assemblies, spirit days, and other fun activities. Our officers strive to help all our bulldogs get involved in everything that they plan. ASB does fundraisers, gift drives and so much more to help the community. Our officers are here to make sure everyone feels welcome and safe.
Club Summary Table:
Anime Club & Badminton Club have all been proposed by students this year and are going through the ASB approval process! Watch this space for more news.
- Art Club
- Buddy Hall (Homework Club)
- Builders Club
- Drama Club
- FIRST Robotics Club
- Journalism/Writing Club
- The Nature Society
- Math Club
- Origami Club
- RC Car Club
- Safe Haven
- Science Olympiad Club
A quite space to study, work on homework, or read
Monday in the library (2:35-4 p.m.) and Thursday in Rm C3 (2:35-4 p.m.)
Mondays in the library
Thursdays in Rm. C3
Please arrive with something to work on
Monday, September 18, 2023
Ms. Owens (email@example.com)
The best way to help young people develop into lifelong servant leaders is to give them personal experience in high-impact service. High impact service occurs when members are fully invested in the project, the experience positively affects both members and society, and the results last beyond the present. That's what The Builders Club is all about; members see how they can make a difference and become a leader through service in our school & community.
When: Wednesday from 3.35pm - 5.10pm
Where: Room C11
Advisor: Ms. Clemans
FIRST Robotics will be returning to BLMS again this year.Our first meeting will be Thursday, September 14th at 3:00 PM in Mr. Christensen’s room, A2. All interested students and their parents are encouraged to attend. Contact Mr. Christensen for more information.
FIRST Robotics Club will meet on a Tuesday AND a Thursday, starting mid- September.
The Journalism/Writing Club is for students who enjoy writing and contributing to "The Bulldog Times." It is a monthly digital "newspaper" created and written by the student members of The Journalism Club.
When: Mondays at 2:35 p.m.
Where: Room C2
Advisor: Mr. Sylvester (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The math club is for highly motivated students interested in taking their math education outside of the classroom. In the math club, students will get a chance to dive into more rigorous mathematics, compete against the brightest and make great friendships.
If you are interested in the club please make sure to email Mr. Featherston at email@example.com so you can be on the email list for further information.
When: Monday after school
Where: Classroom D6
Advisor: Mr. Featherston
If you love RC cars and want to learn more about them, meet other people who also like them, and want to have a fun time driving them, you should join the BLMS RC Car Club.
RC Car Club is facilitated by Mr. Clymer and he has a special passion for both working on RC cars and operating them. The club meets every Thursday throughout most of the year.
We operate the RC cars on the school grounds, at Klahanie Park, and at Beaver Lake Park.
If members have an RC car, they should bring it, but if they don’t, we do have club owned RC cars for use by club members.
When: Every Thursday
Where: Room C-6
Club fee: $10
For more information, contact Mr. Clymer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Safe Haven will be starting soon! Safe Haven is a club that is designed as a space for both allies and LGBTQ+ students to come together to hang out with each other and maybe do a little learning every now and again.
Where: Speak to Ms Kat
When: Thursday, after school. The club will finish at 3:30 p.m. and then students can work in Buddy Hall until the Activity Bus leaves at 4:15 p.m.
Advisor: Kat Antes-Tadros
Office Phone Number: 425-837-4162
Science Olympiad Club is centered around the National Science Olympiad, which features team-based competitions in various fields of science and engineering. Science Olympiad is a great opportunity to make new friends while extending your involvement in science beyond the classroom. The competition season lasts from fall to late spring.
When: Wednesday at 3:40pm
Where: Room C-9
Advisor: Betty Biswell