Extracurricular Clubs

A Wrangler Gazette SPecial Column


Chess Club

Chess club meets the first and third Monday of each month. They meet in the cafeteria after school.

For ideas on how to improve your chess game, visit one of the following websites.





Art Club - Coming soon to Williams Elementary

(See Mrs. Powers for details.)


STUCO (Student Council) has been very busy already this year. Members of STUCO are responsible for the recycling pick up in the school on Fridays and the BoxTops for Education collection. In addition to several other community service projects.

The STUCO kids held a fundraiser to sponsor the Williams Light the Night Leukemia Walk. They raised $253 in honor of Mrs. Hair. As many of you know Mrs. Hair is our beloved counselor here at Williams. A breast cancer survivor, she found out late last year that she now has leukemia. She is battling hard o beat it and we are ever in her corner.


The yearbook staff has really worked hard these last four weeks. They have completed ALL of the layouts for the entire yearbook. This is quite a large task and often one of the most nerve wracking as you learn how to operate within the design software and bring your ideas to life. The yearbook advisors are so proud of the kids. They are smart, creative, hard working kids.

The next three weeks the staff will be rewarded with digital photography classes during club meetings. FUN!!!

Wrangler Choir

We have lots of events coming up. Williams has been invited to participate in the Cluster Choir Concert on November 5th. Only 25 Wrangler Choir members were selected to perform at this special event. They will perform 3 songs that evening with choir members of Juan Seguin High School and over 200 students from neighboring elementary and junior high schools.

December 18th is the Wrangler Choir Musical. This will be a really fun event that you will not want to miss.

Kathryn Shelor

Wrangler Choir Director

Madison Sherrod, Junior Journalist

The Wrangler Gazette is a student published online newsletter. This column is edited by junior journalist, Madison Sherrod. Madison says, :I have been writing for years. I love it! Writing is probably something I will do forever."