Club Description Teacher/Contact Math Counts Club Students wishing to become a better thinker and solvers of mathematics. We compete with other middle schools in a math competition. Club members meet on Wednesdays from 3:30 to 4:30 in room C209 (except on Collaborative Planning Days) Ashley Seats; email@example.com; Allee Mathis; firstname.lastname@example.org Jr. Beta Club Students must make a 90 or higher in every class. The mission of the Jr. Beta Club is to promote ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership among elementary and secondary schools. We require at least 3 hours per semester of community service. New students invited in the first nine weeks. Rachel Cooper, email@example.com Gator LOCC The Gator LOCC Club is open to all students and is designed to promote an alcohol and drug free lifestyle. Gator LOCC Club meets on the 4th Thursday morning of each month (dates subject to change due to holidays-will be listed on the morning announcements), 7:30-8:00 in the 8th Grade House. The Gator LOCC Leadership team will meet on the 2nd Thursday morning of each month, 7:30-8:00 in Counseling Center. Davis Myers, firstname.lastname@example.org FCA Christian based get-together. Inspirational Speakers. Students lead games, music and outreach opportunities for staff members and the student body. Meetings are open to anyone and everyone, not just athletes. Friday mornings, 7:35-8:05am in the auditorium Ryan Miles, June Collins; email@example.com District Art Students have to audition with other students in the district and if selected the student will participate in the program at MGM doing projects that selected students across the district will also be doing at their respective schools.There are 18 students selected from each middle school to participate. There is no cost to the students. Tuesdays in the art room from 3:45-5:15 beginning the end of October (date not exact yet) June Collins; firstname.lastname@example.org Elite Dance Students with extensive studio experience can audition for this group in May for the following year. Jazz, hip-hop, and contemporary experience reqiured. Performs at school events, District Dance events, Dancing with the Teachers and MGM Dance Showcases. Available for grades 6-8.Wednesday 3:30-5:00 in MGM Dance Room. Fees required. Megan Viazanko; email@example.com Kara Corley; firstname.lastname@example.org Jr. Elite Dance Students with little to moderate studio experience can audition for this group in May for the following year. A little dance technique is required but not at an extremely advanced level. Performs at MGM Dance Showcases, District events and Dancing with the Teachers intermission. Available for grades 6-8. Thursday 3:30-4:15 in MGM Dance Room. Fees required. Megan Viazanko; email@example.com Kara Corley; firstname.lastname@example.org Honor Choir Grades 6-8 may audition for this award-winning, competitive ensemble. Students who are selected should be prepared for quickly paced rehearsals, exciting music making opportunities, travel, and close friendships within the ensemble. Auditions take place at the beginning and end of the fall semester. This is a great opportunity for those who hope to refine their musicianship and prepare for great music making in high school and other performance opportunities. Honor Choir meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:15am to 8:05am. Augusto Gil; email@example.com Robotics Open to 7th & 8th Graders; tryouts at the beginning of the school year. Mondays 3:30 – 5:00 and Fridays 3:30 – 5:00 Cliff Roberts & Amy Dent; firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Hip-Hop Crew Available for 6-8th graders. No prior dance experience necessary/required. Auditions are in December. Performs at two basketball games, a school pep rally, and the Spring Dance Showcase in May. Thursdays 3:30-4:30 in late December and all of January. Fees required. Megan Viazanko; firstname.lastname@example.org Kara Corley email@example.com Archery Team Available for 6-8th graders. Try-outs are in November. Phillip Thomas & Stephen Harmon; firstname.lastname@example.org Beyond Book Club This club is for those students who love books and reading and want to spread the word about books. We will also incooporate a service learning project each month. Meetings: 2nd Tuesday of the month, 3:30-4:30 pm in the Learning Commons.
Our first meeting will be December 11th. For the month of December read any book where the main character overcomes a challenge/adversity. For our service learning project we will be creating holiday cards for hospitalized children.
Lauren Black; email@example.com Girls on the Run For 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girls. This club learns commuincation and collaboration skills while also training for a 5k in April. Registration starts in January. Rebecca Fischer; firstname.lastname@example.org Be a Fan Club Be a Fan Club focuses on Special Olympic events, acceptance, and building relationships with all students. Currently for 7th and 8th grade students with application and teacher recommendations. Anna Stackhouse; email@example.com Run Hard Open to 6-8 grade girls and boys. This eight week program is offered in the fall and spring. Students will train twice a week for a culminating 5K. Students will train to run, and have lessons provided to build character. Matt Bonte; firstname.lastname@example.org Chess Club Available on Tuesday Mornings at 7:30 in A103. 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students are welcome. No experience required. 6th grade only on Wednesdays during lunch. Claire Calcina; email@example.com