Sablatura Clubs 2023-2024

  • Sablatura students are encouraged to connect with new friends and get involved in a club this year! Listen to announcements each morning for more information about clubs. Some meet before school and some meet after school. Some clubs involve competitions and others do not. Find one that is fun for you! 


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  • Listen to announcements for more Sab Club information! 





    First Meeting

    Math Club (TMSCA)

     General Math & Number Sense:

    Tues.& Wed.

    7:45-8:30 a.m.

    6th grade - Room 212 

    5th grade - Room 101



    4:00-5:00 p.m.

    Room 210

    Mrs. Needler

    Ms. Hart

    Mrs. Sadler

    Math enthusiasts learn and refine skills in General Math, Number Sense, Calculator, and General Science.

    5-6 competitions on Saturdays leading up to the state competition in San Antonio in April.

    Interest Meeting:

    August 22

    8:00 a.m.

    Sab Band Hall


    Quiz Bowl


    4:00-4:45 p.m.

    Room 207/214


    Mrs. VanderWoude

    Mrs. Arnold

    Mrs. Morales



    Quiz Bowl is a competition that prepares students for high school level Academic Decathlon. Students study together to prepare for General Trivia or Super Quiz.

    The Super Quiz topic for 2023-2024 is the Industrial Revolution! 

    Interest Meeting 

    September 25th

    4:00-4:30 p.m.

    Sab Band Hall


    Future Problem Solving (FPS)



    Room 211/102


    Ms. Maldonado

    Mrs. Ketterer 

    FPS students learn, practice and apply a six-step thinking, discussion & writing process competitively on 4 different topics each year. This year, teams will research tourism, urbanization, Antarctica, and autonomous vehicles. 

    District / State / International competitions

    Interest Meeting:

    August 23

    Sab Cafeteria

    4:00-5:00 p.m.


    Qualifying Assignment Due September 27



    T / TH




    Mrs. Beicker

    Mr. Tillis

    Mrs. Mueller


    TCEA teams will work in groups of three to build and program a bot to perform a series of tasks on the mat. FLL teams will work in groups of 5 to build and program a bot to perform tasks on the mat, and also research and prepare a presentation related to the challenge.

    Robotics applications will be available online starting August 18th.

    Applications are due September 1st. 

    Qualifying Quiz will be held in the Sab cafeteria September 5th 4:00-5:00 p.m.





    Mon. & Wed.

    8:00-8:30 a.m.

    Sab Library

    Mr. Vitolo

    Mrs. Stoltz


    Any student interested in playing chess is invited. Opportunities to participate in chess tournaments this year.

    August 28


    Book Club


    Sab Library

    Ms. Welsh

    The purpose of Book club is to explore literature and to enjoy book discussions with each other.

    Starting in October! Listen to announcements for details. 

    Destination Imagination (DI)

     Practice days determined by team & team manager.


    Mrs. Briggs

    Ms. Webb

    Mrs. Mueller

    DI is a creative problem-solving club. After selecting a challenge, students work in teams of 5-7 to prepare for the regional competition.  Each team must have an adult team manager (parent).



    Parent/Student Interest Meeting:

    August 31


    Sab cafeteria

    *Applications will be available at the meeting.





    PAWS will pick up litter around the school, help maintain the plants in the courtyard, and bring awareness to the school about shelter animals.

    Interest Meeting

    August 24th


    Sab cafeteria

    *Applications will be handed out at the meeting.

    Student Council


    8:00 a.m.

    Room 215

    Mrs. Tragethon  

    Interest Meeting 

    September 6th 

    8:00 a.m.

    Room 215

    CITY       Information coming soon! 

    Running Club

    T / TH

    7:45-8:30 a.m.

    Gym / Track

    Coach Thonsgard

    Coach Lange

    Mrs. Sanchez

    Participants will meet in the gym then walk out to the track as a group to run, jog, or walk laps.  Students will track their laps with the scanning system and receive rewards provided by the Rising New York Road Runners.   

    Starts in September!

      Listen to announcements for more information.


Destination Imagination

  • Students interested in DI are invited to attend the student / parent interest meeting in the Sab cafeteria August 31st  4:15-5:00.

    Mrs. Mueller will give an overview of this creative problem solving competition and students will have an opportunity to form teams of 5-7 students. Each team will need a parent to serve as a team manager. 

    Teams can choose either the "Scientific" or "Fine Arts" challenge. Watch the video for a preview! 


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