• The purpose of clubs at Oakland Meadow School is to allow students to explore their interests, discover new passions and hobbies, nurture life skills, and improve academic performance. 


    We will be offering the following clubs during the 2021-22 school year.  

  • Game Club

    shelf with different games

    Students will engage in mulit-sensory gaming to challenge, explore, process information while playing games.

    Lead by: Jessica Bonds and Justyna Johns

  • Cooking Club

    The Cooking Club allows students to engage in hands-on cooking activities.  Students will enjoy the experience of following a recipe and then eating the food they created. 

    Lead by: Europe McNeely, Lauren Edwards and Mandy Henry

  • Science Club

    Science Club will explore science related topics and see them at work first hand.  Come see how cool science can be!

    Lead by: Anthony McCutcheon, Maria Andrews and Dawn Gilbert

  • Art Club

     Art palette with paint and brushes.

     Art Club will give students an opportunity to make creative, sensory rich art that can be taken home or displayed at the Art Walk event.  

    Lead by: Darri Henderson & Archana Pabbaraju

  • Sports Club

     Various sports balls.  Soccer, basketball, tennis.

    The Sports Club seeks to expose students to various skills and experiences related to multiple sports. The objective is to have fun and enjoy being in the club while learning something new and hopefully developing a new appreciation for another skill or sport.

    Lead by: Ebony Taylor

  • Technology Club

    The Technology Club will give students an opportunity to explore and learn about various aspects of technology and how they are useful for students.

    Lead by - Kirste Brooks & Tracy Dankburg

  • Art Club

    Students will have opportunities to make creative, sensory enriched art pieces to take home or display at the Art Walk.

    ES Lead by: Christina Mahooney & Rebecca Born 

    MS/HS Lead by: Paula Willis & Lisa Fields

  • Dance Club

    Jolly woman dancing around with a joyful student in a wheelchair.

    Dance Club will give students exposure to a variety of dance forms wand dance music.  Each month, we will meet and stuents will have a chance to choose what dance form they want to be exposed to.  Their choices will be Hip Hop, Ballroom, Salsa, Tango, Step Dances, and Line Dances.

    Lead by: Clovia Jackson & Sandra Lisic

  • Game Club

     Shelves of board games on display.

    This is the OMS Game Club where students engage in multi-sensory gaming to challenge/explore, process information and win a game.

    ES Lead by: Chi Chi Obi & Claire Hallock

    MS/HS Lead by: Jamie Weakley, Mahmuda Begum & Eunji Kim

  • Science Club

     Picture of a telescope

    Science Club will explore science related topics and see them at work first hand.  Come see how cool science can be!

    Lead by: Molly Dobbins, Cyndi Harper & Kathleen Pelletier

  • Service Club

     Hand holds a sign that reads "Practice Kindness".

    OMS Service Club will give students an opportunity to serve others through acts of kindness.

    Lead by: Sharon Rich & Becky Kidwell

  • Sports Club

    In Sports Club, students will have the opportunity to play and experience various adapted sports, let by our very own Adapted P.E. teachers.  Students will enjoy the liveliness of the activities and working as a team as they play and have fun.

    Lead by: Oakland APE Teachers

  • Photography Club

    student using Ipad to take pictures

    Lead by: Molly Buck & Lindsay Griffin

  • Game Club

     Dice and game pieces

    The Game Club is a place where Transition students will engage in multi-sensory games to challenge, explore, and process information as they play games.

    Lead by: Caitlen Green & Jennie Smith

  • Dance Club

     3 people with western boots line dancing

    Dance club will give students an opportunity to express themselves through dance.  Fun music and easy-to-learn moves will make line dancing fun for all.

    Lead by: Victoria McGlinn & Merry Fee Covington