Activities Before and After School

Mondays at 2:45 p.m. in C207

- Join us to watch, enjoy and learn about anime!


Chris Hahn

Targeted Services After School programming is offered from 2:37–4:45 p.m. to support students with academic and social-emotional learning needs.  This programming is provided at no cost and includes academic support as well as opportunities for students to engage in the arts, pursue interests, and build leadership skills. Snacks and transportation are also provided.

English        Spanish        Somali

After completing the registration, you will receive additional information to select daily activities based on your student’s needs and interests.

Joining the Math Team is a great way to challenge your math skills and have fun doing math problems in a group. The Math Team competes with other schools throughout the school year. Students work as a team and individuals on challenging math problems. The first five competitions are part of the Minnesota Junior High Math League. The final competition is the MathCounts Competition; students may qualify for the state and national competition.


Kathy Janicki

Are you interested in learning about social justice and participating in community outreach? This club will empower OMS students to explore and engage in issues of equity. This is a student-centered and student-led group that will focus on what is important to you!

Tuesdays at 2:45 p.m.
Meet outside Cafeteria


Cynthia Nelson

Are you a Star Wars fan? If yes, join us for all things Star Wars! We’ll watch and discuss shows/movies. We’ll do activities and projects. You decide!

Star Warriors!!!
Thursdays at 2:45 p.m. in C207


Chris Hahn




Join the OMS Speech Team

6th, 7th and 8th graders are welcome

Speech is...

  • A Competitive Speaking Activity

  • “An Intellectual Sport”

  • A fun way to meet new people

Already want to be a part of the Speech team - fill out this google form and let’s get started!


Lee Gillis



“BEC-TV teams with students to create award-winning video programming. Students work alongside pros to create video productions for Bloomington’s athletics, fine arts, and community events that are live-streamed to a worldwide audience. You’ll get to work in a hands-on environment, combining your creativity with the latest professional technology to work toward a team goal.”

Contact/Advisor: Tom Ringdal,