Montgomery Middle School has a variety of clubs for students of all interests. These clubs vary in focus and include after-school programs, academic assistance programs, sports, etc.
For more information about how to sign up for these clubs, please contact:
Mr. Jorge Soto
After-school Programs Coordinator
Phone: (619) 662-8260
Club Live allows students to get involved in two main areas: community service and anti-tobacco activities. Students in Club Live have participated in community events like the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk and the Creek to Bay beach clean-up for I Love a Clean San Diego. They also promote healthy choices at our school by helping with Red Ribbon Week activities, “Save-A-Sweetheart” Valentine grams, and “Teens Kick Ash” lunch time activities.
Everyone has seen this group before! This is the “news team” of Montgomery Middle. They share words of wisdom everyday and inform the students of important events and upcoming activities on the daily morning broadcast.
With the help of Ms. Dyga, these students compete against other schools in a series of questions. Great things will come from them in the future!
Math Field Day
You may think math is HARD? You have no idea how much fun math can be! With the help of Mrs. Jonna, this team competes in math games against schools in the district county.
These students meet monthly with Mrs. Siglin to discuss their views on changes they would like to see around campus.
This group of students meets with Ms. Livesay in Advisory to help students with their conflicts.
Where Everybody Belongs (WEB)
WEB Leaders are mentors to 7th graders all year long. They give them great advice about life. No wonder the WEB motto is “Students Helping Students Succeed!”
This staff works really hard on putting creative thoughts and ideas into the yearbook throughout the year. Choosing the theme and the cover is a long but exciting process. Putting the yearbook together not only helps us cooperate with each other but helps us become closer as friends. While working on creating a great yearbook that is memorable to students, we can all have fun together!
Young Readers Book Club
This group meets with the librarian, Mrs. Alvarez, once or twice a month during advisory to share and discuss books; plan activities (attend YA authors’ book signings, outings to movies based on popular books, etc.); and read, promote, and organize our school’s voting polls for the California Young Reader Award nominated books.