D.C. Everest offers a variety of clubs and activities
Co-curricular and extracurricular clubs and activities provide students with opportunities to explore their interests outside of the classroom, compete with their peers, hone their academic/career/life skills, serve their community, and develop leadership and collaborative skills.
Below is a database of activities that can be found by name, school, advisor, etc.
ABC - Advanced Book Club
Band Solo and Ensemble
Battle of the Books
Boys and Girls Club
Chess & Checkers Club
Choir and Solo Ensemble
Creative Writing Club
FCA - Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
FFA - Future Farmers of America
Friday Jazz Band Club
Fuel Up to Play 60
History Bowl Club
Junior Optimist Club
Knitting & Crochet Club
Lego Engineering Club
Love and Logic
NJHS - National Junior Honor Society
Nordic Ski Club
Play 60 Club
The Jet Newspaper
Weston Connect Club
Words Their Way
Junior High School
Carol Plaza and Maria Plaza
Kevin Podeweltz/Susan Cornish
Lisa Phalen, Brenda Zimmerman
Lynn Burzinski and Weston Sinkula
Mrs. Pederson, Mrs. Lauersdorf
Mrs. Ziegelbauer, Mrs. Uzquiano
Steve Treankler, Faye Angeloni
Steve Treankler, Jamie Betry
A business club developing emerging leaders. Join today, lead tomorrow.
A student led club for kids to come together, share their faith, reach out to others, and improve our community. You don’t need to be an athlete to participate!
Acting, stage crew, make-up, sound, lighting, and prompting. ($10 fee)
Any current 8th or 9th grade band student may join.
Book club for freshmen who love to read and discuss high-level books and plays. Freshmen who are considering taking Honors and AP English at the senior High are perfect for ABC! The club will run during Semester 2. We will read and discuss three books (during ELT), and freshmen must read/discuss all three to meet the academic letter criteria. The club is limited to twenty students.
Brings together students that love to write and/or appreciate the art of writing. Create and share your work. Listen to and read work of your peers.
Choral ensemble selected by audition, rehearse for performances.
Explore various aspects of Hispanic culture such as: music, dance, food, celebration, etc.
FFA is a dynamic intracurricular student youth organization for students interested in careers connected to
agriculture that changes lives and prepares members for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
For the beginner, intermediate, and advanced skier or snowboarder. Students may enroll in lessons through the ski hill.
Forensics provides opportunities to practice and compete in public speaking contests. Individual and group categories are available. Sign up begins in December, and forensics rehearsals begin in January. ($10 fee)
Leadership, service, citizenship, character, and academics determine
Learn how to turn and make wooden pens to donate to the Never Forgotten Honor Flights Veterans. For every 3 pens you make for the vets, you get to make one for yourself. Any 8th or 9th grader is welcome to join.
Open to all junior high male singers for rehearsals and performances.
Outside group-free 2:30p-6:30p
Promote student responsibility, develop leadership and school spirit, and take part in worthwhile projects. Students will also gain an initial understanding of student government.
Promotes activities related to hunting, fishing, and camping including safety instruction, ice fishing tournament, and jig making.
Sherpas are our guides for new students at the junior high. Sherpa’s must have a B average or higher, no discipline referrals, and currently in good academic standing.
Students of all abilities come together to promote social inclusion through play and learning where respect and acceptance are the norm.
Students will prepare performance repertoire that will be performed for
community events and organizations.
The D.C. Everest Gaming Club is a unique club (grades 8-12) which is dedicated to the practice and preservation of organized gaming of all types. Some of the many types of gaming include: board gaming, role playing, card playing, strategy-based gaming, etc. The Club is also the unofficial Anime Club of the district. Additionally, the club has approximately 400+ games, which are available for checkout by any club member.
Yearbook Club is a group that gives students experience in print media publishing, camera basics, computer layout design, and creative writing. Students will collaborate to create a yearbook that captures the memories of our school year.
While the September 23 matches between the D.C. Everest and Merrill Girls Volleyball Teams were exciting, what garnered even more attention that evening were the combined efforts of the volleyball teams, their coaches, families, area businesses and fans to raise funds for pediatric cancer.
Since the 1970s, Wisconsin has encouraged students and their families to celebrate Arbor Day by planting young seedling trees, and D.C. Everest teachers have long joined in the festivities by working with community partners to provide trees to their students.
In 2019, the D.C. Everest Junior High launched its inaugural “Kind Minds” mental wellness day, bringing together a wide array of mental health professionals and community organizations to address teens’ top mental health concerns and help reduce the stigma related to mental health issues.