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Woodbury P.O.W.E.R: Clubs & Activities

The POWER program is an after school activity program sponsored by the Salem School District.

The POWER program -- Positive Ongoing Woodbury Enrichment and Recreation
The POWER program is a free after school activity program for Woodbury students sponsored by the Salem School District.
Activities are typically held at the Woodbury School from 2:15 - 3:15 p.m., Monday - Thursday.


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Clubs do have a limit!  Registration is on a first come first serve basis.  If a club is missing when you attempt to register that means it is full.

Listen to the morning announcements for club locations

Offered Monday-Thursday Year-Long

Homework Club (Woodbury Staff)
Meets: M-T-W-TH   *unlimited enrollment
Homework Club is a quiet dedicated space for students to complete their homework and get assistance with their homework and general class assignments.  Each day Woodbury teachers work to assist/tutor and supervise students with their academic studies. Students can access all that the library has to offer including the laptops and printers. Attendance is taken each day and students that choose to attend must stay until 3:15.

Builders Club (Mrs. LeFebvre)  

Meets:  Third Tuesday of each month throughout school year  *unlimited enrollment

Woodbury’s Builders Club is a community service organization focused around our school and community.  We coordinate projects such as a food drive and Toys for Tots, we assist with the school recycling program, and plan a school trivia contest to benefit our school and community.  Woodbury’s Builders Club meets the third Tuesday of each month.  We hope to see you at our first meeting on September 18.

Heart and Sole

About Heart & Sole

At Heart & Sole we inspire girls to recognize their inner strength and celebrate what makes them one of a kind. Over the course of the ten-week program, girls develop essential skills to help them navigate their worlds and establish a lifetime appreciation for health and fitness. Our program culminates with girls positively impacting their communities through a service project and being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5K event.

The 10-week program is for girls in 6th, 7th and 8th grades of all fitness abilities.

Practice Times: Mondays & Wednesdays, 2:15-3:45 pm

Start Date: the week of March 18th

Location: Woodbury School (Salem)

5K Celebration Event: June 1st

To learn more about Girls on the Run, registration or financial assistance, please visit our website: https://www.girlsontherunnh.org/

FULL!!! CO2 Dragster Building Club *Limited to 20 students

CO2 Dragster Building Club

Club runs on Tuesdays from 2:15-4:00 p.m.

Students will design, build, and race CO2 wooden drag racers.  The engineering design process used throughout Engineering & Design classes will be used to create these fun yet challenging racers.  No previous building experience necessary-just a need for speed!

Where:  Woodbury Room 138

When:  Tuesdays for six weeks beginning Tuesday, January 29

Club Facilitator:

Mr. Gelinas

Harry Potter Book Club

​Harry Potter Book Club

Immerse yourself in a magical world with Ms. Sweeney’s Harry Potter Book Club. In this club, we will be reading excerpts of the books and listening to podcasts together, and then discussing recurring themes, meanings and symbolism in the text. We will also play Harry Potter related games, create Harry Potter inspired crafts and explore other avenues of the fandom.  We will not be watching movies more than the occasional clip to start a discussion or reinforce a point. This club will meet every Tuesday from 2:15-3:15 for 6 weeks.

Where:  Woodbury Room 123

When:  Tuesdays beginning Tuesday, January 29

Club Facilitator:

Ms. Sweeney

German Club - Session II

German Club:  Session II (New Students are WELCOME-it is not a requirement that you participated in Session I)

Join Frau Cox after school and see how much German you already know, or can figure out. We will be learning some German, talking about culture, history and doing crafts (and sometimes eating).  This club is a great way to meet a teacher from the high school and learn the second most used language of websites, according to a w3techs.com dated June 1, 2018.  If you enjoy this club, you can continue learning German at the high school with Frau Cox.  Hope to see you there. All are “Willkommen”.

Where:  Woodbury Room 152

When:  Wednesdays beginning Wednesday, January 30

Club Facilitator:

Frau Cox (SHS German Teacher)