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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 served 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 will begin Tuesday, September 10

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.

Builder's Club

Staff:  Mrs. LeFebvre

Woodbury’s Builders Club meets the third Tuesday of each month.  As a service group we organize projects to benefit our school and community.  In the past we have organized a Thanksgiving food drive, Toys for Tots, a school-wide trivia contest, and other activities proposed and designed by our members. We hope to see you at our first meeting on September 17.

UKULELE Club

Ukulele Club

When:  Thursdays after school beginning Thursday, January 23  *This club might meet on some Fridays as well in March – definitive details at the first meeting)

Time:  2:15 – 3:15 (initial meeting in Café after school)

Staff & Location:  Ms. Morgan in the Band Room 130

Ukulele Club is for beginners and experienced players.  We have a number of Ukuleles you can borrow as well so owning your own is not a must.  Learn to play the uke or strengthen your skills.  This club is just plain fun!

CO2 Dragster Racing Club

CO2 Dragster Racing Club

When:  Wednesdays for 6 weeks beginning on Wednesday, January 29

(1/29, 2/5, 2/12, 2/19, 3/4, 3/11)

Time:  2:20-4:00 (initial meeting in Café after school)

Staff & Location: Mr. Gelinas E & D Room 137

Students will design and create a CO2 powered dragster that will be raced on the final day of the club. 

KODU Game Lab Club (STEM ACTIVITY)

KODU Game Lab Club (STEM activity)

When:  Thursdays for 6 weeks beginning on Thursday, January 23

(1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13, 2/20, 3/5, 3/12, 3/19

Time:  2:15 – 3:15 (initial meeting in Café after school)

Staff & Location:  Mr. Booth & Mr. Bird in Room 252

Kodu Game Lab lets kids create games on the PC and XBox via a simple visual programming language. Kodu can be used to teach creativity, problem solving, storytelling, as well as programming.  No prior coding experience needed.

German Club

German Club

When:  Wednesdays after school beginning Wednesday, January 22

Time:  2:30 – 3:15 (initial meeting in Café after school)

Staff & Location:  Frau Cox (SHS German Teacher) in Room 51

German Club, with a hint of MINT.

Did you know that MINT is German for STEM?  Come join Frau Cox, the Greater Salem Boys and Girls Club Educator of the Year and the NH World Language teacher of the year, as she teaches you a little bit of German and a little bit of STEM.  Learn German while learning about beatboxing, autopilot and fireflies, to name a few topics.  No knowledge of German, or interest in math or science, is necessary.  Our primary goal is to have fun.  We will decide as a group which of the 30 possible topics we want to cover.  Come check it out.