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.
REGISTRATION WILL OPEN SEPTEMBER 9
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
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.
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.
This Club is limited to the first 20 students to register. We will offer another session in the spring.
6th Grade Cooking Club
Meeting Dates: October 8 and 9 & 29 and 30, November 5 & 6
Staff: Ms. Austin
Open to sixth grade students who have a passion culinary creations. Ms. Austin provides the space, the food, and the tools all you need is a passion for creating and a hearty appetite.
When: Tuesdays for 6 weeks beginning September 17
Staff: Mr. Croteau
Board games, games of skill, games of luck. Every game you can imagine and maybe an opportunity to bring your own. A great way to get involved and have fun.
8th Grade Flag Football
Meets Wednesdays for 6 weeks beginning September 18
Staff: Mr. Webber
Each week teams are chosen and compete for the ultimate prize - Woodbury Flag Football Champions. Mr. Webber will serve as an all-star QB and often times Mr. St. Laurent makes a guest appearance. Come one come all for this fun, yet competitive after school activity. Flags and football are provided.
Staff: Mrs. Deschene
Begins October 2nd and will be on Wednesdays October 2, 9,16, 30 November 6, 13, 20, 27
Art club is a place for students to practice the arts and work on their individual skills and personal interests using a variety of materials.
German Club with Frau Cox from Salem High School
When: Wednesdays beginning Wednesday September 18 - this club will meet every Wednesday until December
What is German Club all about?
Do you like gummi bears, Birkenstocks or Porsches? Did you know these are all German products? Join German Club to learn more about Germany and the German language. Join Frau Cox (the high school teacher with purple hair) after school and see how much German you already know, or can figure out. Guess at what these German words mean: Arm, Hand, Ball, Auto, Haus. 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”.
Staff: Mr. Huebner
Meets on Wednesdays for 6 weeks beginning September 18
If you like backyard sports including wiffle ball, kickball, cornhole, street hockey, and more then this club is for you. This club is open to any 6th or 7th grade boys and girls. Each week a different sport, each week a different team to play with.
TELEVISION PRODUCTION CAMP (Maximum enrollment – 12 (Grades 6-7-8)
WHEN: TWO CONSECUTIVE DAYS OCTOBER 23,24 2:15pm – 4:15pm
WHERE: SHS TV STUDIO – SALEM HIGH SCHOOL
An adviser will escort the students from Woodbury to Salem High School. Parent pick up at the SHS main entrance.
For this project based, two day camp, students will learn how to produce a news format television show that will air on local cable television and social media platforms. The instruction includes: camera operation, electronic graphics, sound mixing, talent, technical directing, green screen and virtual sets. The finished product will be the fall edition of The Woodbury School Video Magazine.
Participants that complete the course will be qualified as a Salem Community Television and Salem School District Television volunteer.
Film Camp Advisors: Tom Giarrosso, Scott Brodman, Briana Demers, Aaron Shamshoyan, Bob Berthel
When: Tuesdays 2:30-3:30
Staff: Ms. Morgan & high school color guard members
The purpose of the color guard is to interpret the music that the marching band or drum and bugle corps is playing via the synchronized work of flags, sabers, rifles, the air blade, and through dance. If this sounds like something you might be interested in exploring then this club is for you. An added bonus is that this is a very popular program at Salem High School so it will prepare you for that as well.