At Kinard, students have the opportunity to get involved with many different extracurricular clubs and activities. These programs provide students an outlet to gain new skills, connect with friends, have fun, and solidify a sense of belonging to Kinard. Historically, over 500 students participate in Kinard clubs and activities each year.

School Sponsored Activities

Club information will continue to be updated as our club activities begin for 2023-2024.

Fitness Club

Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:15-4:00 p.m., Weight Room 610; starts 9/11/2023 through 5/1/2024

Chase Rollings   488-5489

Students in Fitness Club can enjoy working out and supporting their physical wellness in a fun, safe, and collaborative setting.​

Lego Robotics

Every day, 2:30-3:10 p.m., Room 510; starts 8/21/2023 through 12/15/2023

Aaron Berthold    488-5467 

In Lego Robotics, students learn to understand the basics of STEM and apply their skills in an exciting competition while building habits of teamwork, collaboration, and critical thinking. Important dates - November 18 - Qualifier at Poudre HS, December 9 - State Competition in Denver.​

MathCounts (click here for more information)

Tuesdays, 3:15-4:15 p.m., Media Center; starts 9/12/2023 through approximately 3/5/2024

Alicia Williams 488-5455

In Math Counts, students focus on math skills through a competition-based program.

Mustang Kickers Club

Fridays, 3:15-4:00 p.m., Room 416; starts 9/21/23

Dante Yacobucci 488-5481 

Join Mr. Yacobucci and your classmates to play and learn awesome hacky sack tricks, make new friends who share your passion for kicking it up a notch, and have a blast in a fun, inclusive environment that welcomes all skill levels! If you own a hacky sack, bring it. If you don't, we have some to share.

NaNoWriMo Club

Thursdays, 3:10-4:00 p.m., Room 416; starts 10/26/23 and runs every Thursday in November

Dante Yacobucci 488-5481 

NaNoWriMo, also known as National Novel Writing Month, is a chance to put your creative mind to the test and experience an empowering approach to creative writing. The challenge: draft an entire novel in just one month. For 30 wild, exciting, surprising days, you get to lock away your inner editor, let your imagination take over, and just create!

National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)

Select Mondays, 7:30-8:00 a.m., Media Center; returning members will begin meeting in October- see the Google Classroom for more info and specific dates

Mandy Hergenreder    488-5463

Nicole Darrow   488-5482         

In NJHS, students focus their leadership skills on planning and implementing community service projects for non-profits around the world.  Membership by application only. New members can apply each year in January.

Running Club

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:15-4:00 p.m., meet outside the gym on the north side; starts in early November

Janie Rosenkrance    488-5469

In Running Club, students can enjoy running outside and supporting their physical wellness in a fun, safe, and collaborative setting. Show up dressed to run and bring a water bottle!


Wednesdays, 3:15-4:00 p.m., Room 315; starts 10/25/2023 through 3/6/2024

Katie Ashe    488-5459

In STEM Club, students practice the scientific method and design and implement their own experiments. No sign-up is necessary, just drop in if you want to try some fun, hands-on STEM activities and experiments!

Science Olympiad (click here for more information)

Every day,  October through May 

Kayla Murphy   488-5452

Students in Science O participate in one of the premiere science competitions in the nation. Students can choose from 23 different events that make up the Science O challenges.                                                                                                                                 


ELO, 2:30-3:10 p.m., Room 417; 8/17/23 through 5/30/24

Ally Lonac 488-5457 

In Yearbook ELO, students create page layouts for our nationally-recognized, award winning yearbook. Staff members (including 6th, 7th, and 8th graders) take pictures to fill pages, write captions, and learn journalism standards.  This is a year-long program.                          

Student Initiated and Led Organizations

Student initiated and led organizations must reapply each year. Students interested in starting a student initiated and led organization must first meet with Mrs. LaRue to start the application process and to understand PSD policy around student initiated and led organizations. Visit the PSD School Clubs and Organizations website for more information.

Organization Purpose Meeting Information Student Contact Information Employee Monitor
Baking Club To provide students with a knowledge of how to make desserts, such as cupcakes, cookies, etc. Mondays after school; Room 300 Kinley Thomas Mrs. Eitsert
Chess Club To learn and play chess. Fridays before school; Room 524 Emmett Lignell Mr. Pravlik
Fellowship of Christian Athletes/Teens To help encourage and grow students in a spiritual direction and to influence students in a positive direction. Fridays before school; Room 300

Megan Rodgers, Mya Lewis, Clark Chen

Mrs. Husted
PSD does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, veteran status, age or disability in access or admission to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities. A lack of English speaking skills will not be a barrier to admission or participation.