East Brook Middle School
A Great Place to Grow Up
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Clubs & Activities

The objectives of the clubs and activities program at East Brook Middle School is to provide students with opportunities to supplement the curriculum with career exploration, athletics, hobbies, and school and community service. Our clubs and activities program also offers students and faculty the opportunity to work together outside the classroom.

We offer late buses that leave from the front of the school for students who remain after school for activities. These buses are for students who are regularly transported by a school bus. The late buses leave at 3:30 p.m. 

We encourage all students to participate in some phase of the co-curricular program. We expect participants to conduct themselves in an exemplary manner. Sportsmanship, fair play, and respect are key ingredients of proper behavior. It is a privilege to take part in these programs. Anyone failing to conduct themselves properly can lose this privilege.


The club program offers a wide variety of interesting experiences. We inform students about activities in September of the school year. Students can join by attending the first meeting. The first meeting for many of the clubs will follow the school’s club fair. Each club's advisor will set up a meeting day and time. We have most club meetings between 2:35 p.m. and 3:25 p.m. Clubs meet one day a week, Tuesday through Friday. Due to their unique nature, there are a few clubs that have evening and weekend activities. Students may take part in more than one club. For additional information about one of our clubs, please contact the club advisor.

Clubs with a star (*) accept fifth grade students.

Art Club*
Backstage Support
Brain Busters
Chefs Club*
Computer Club*
Digital Photography Club*
Digital TV/Video Production*
Drama Workshop*
Jazz Ensemble
Math Counts
REACT Service Club*
Ski Club
Sring Ensemble
STEM Club*
Student Newspaper*

Intramural Sports

The intramural sports program provides students with the opportunity for organized play on a competitive level within the school. We conduct the activities before and after school. We notify students interested in participating in the program by an announcement from the advisor. The advisor will specify the day, time, and place to sign up. Intramural activities require the completion of an updated sports physical prior to student participation. Students may participate in:

  • Intramural Morning
  • Intramural Afternoon
  • Wiffle ball

These activities require a sports physical prior to student participation. We expect all students to display sportsmanship, fair play, and respect at all times, both on and off the court or field.

Student Council

The student council is the representative organization of the student body. We hold elections for student council officers prior to the closing of school in June. Each homeroom elects two representatives in September of each year. The student council meets regularly throughout the school year.