Each student at Utt has the opportunity to participate in various activities including after-school sports, MUN, music, robotics, and yearbook. Whether it is mastering teamwork on the basketball court or performing in various musical events, our students develop lifelong skills and strategies in our exciting, enriching programs and extracurricular activities.
Students are invited to enroll in fun, intra-mural after-school sports including cross country, basketball, and volleyball. There are no try-outs and no cuts. Students will learn the rules and strategies of each sport in a supportive environment, coached by middle-school teachers. The emphasis is on skill development, sportsmanship, and teamwork. Each sport will last for six weeks. Please view the Athletics page for more information.
Model United Nations (MUN) After-School Club
The MUN After-School Club provides students the opportunity to learn about debate, public speaking, communication skills, and global problems. Students work together to find solutions to the world's biggest challenges and learn about different countries around the globe. MUN not only involves students in the discussion of global issues but also encourages the development of useful skills. These skills include research techniques, writing, public speaking, problem-solving, conflict resolution, and cooperation. From public speaking to critical thinking and in-depth research, students draw a wealth of knowledge from the MUN experience.
MUN Club meetings are held on every Tuesday at 2:30 pm.
Utt's Music Program consists of Band Beginning, Band Concert, Orchestra Beginning, Orchestra Advanced, and Choir. Students in this program will grow as musicians and perform in various concerts and events throughout the year. Please view the Music page for the 2018-19 concert calendar and other information.
Utt’s after-school Robotics Program is designed for students of all grade levels and all skill levels. Students will design, build, program, and test their robots with the ultimate goal of competing against other middle schools robotic teams at the beginning of the new year. Students in the Utt Robotics Team meet every afternoon from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in the STEM lab. For additional information regarding the Robotics Program, please contact Mr. Rubio at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Yearbook students/staff work diligently to prepare our annual yearbook that captures the heart of everyday life at Utt. Students can purchase a yearbook on line at Pictavo Community at the start of the school year. Yearbooks will be distributed to students during the last week of school. Please view the Yearbook page for more information or contact Yearbook Advisor, Ms. Moreno, at email@example.com.