There is a large variety of clubs at WJ ranging from clubs promoting ideas to clubs of sharing common interests. This club started early WJ is the Puzzle Club.
This club does exactly what the name says where you enjoy puzzle-making. This club came about this year by club president, Jessica Lee, along with several friends, including sophomore Sophie Scobell.
Lee thought the club would be a fun way to hang out with friends.
“The purpose of the club started out as being a chance for my friends and I to do puzzles during lunch because we all really love puzzles. As the club progressed, it began to pick up more people and now it’s just a really fun hangout during lunch.” said Lee.
Scobell also feels the club is a great way to socialize.
“We mostly socialize but some people do puzzles. When we finish puzzles everyone gets really pumped up. Before winter break we had a pizza party,” Scobell said.
The club meets every week during lunch with the supervision of English teacher Janelle Ryan.
“At the meeting we all meet and there’s a puzzle in the back of the room that people all team up together to finish with the support of Ms. Ryan,” Lee said.
The puzzle club entitles more than just puzzle making, its also a good way to be social.
“Puzzle club is a really chill club and we don’t require people to be at meetings so the amount of people that come each time varies. Usually it’s around 30 people give or take,” said Lee.
The two members both think the club is a good way to meet friends and have a fun lunch.
” I enjoy puzzle club because you can meet new people, everyone is really nice and think puzzles are fun,” Scobell said.
After all, the club is a good way to meet people and have a fun activity to look forward to at the end of the week.
“Puzzle club is a really chill club and we don’t require people to be at meetings so the amount of people that come each time varies. Usually it’s around 30 people give or take. Its overall a fun experience,” said Lee.