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Clubs at Midlothian Middle School

Clubs and organizations provide students with many positive experiences that help them to become well-rounded individuals who are ready for college or the workplace. Joining a club gives students a chance to explore their interests and talents.
Participation in extra-curricular activities will foster creative, social and physical skills that are desirable qualities to colleges and future employers. Involvement can strengthen self-esteem, build lasting friendships and create a lifetime of memories!
There is something for everyone! Get involved!

 Please direct any questions about a club to the club sponsor.

Club Midlo

We are excited to offer an exciting after school program for students interested in improving their physical fitness, working towards a healthy and active lifestyle, building healthy friendships, and showing lots of school spirit. We look forward to activities that include: running, walking, exploring the nature trails, indoor fitness activities, attending sporting events, hosting school spirit days, etc.

Sponsors: natlie_oldfield@ccpsnet.net, amy_oneill@ccpsnet.net

Drama Club

Drama Club

Drama Club is for students who love theatre! We support our school productions, play theatre and improv games, and attend local performances. *PARENTS MUST COMPLETE THE MEMBERSHIP FORM & STUDENTS SHOULD JOIN OUR GOOGLE CLASSROOM BEFORE STUDENTS ATTEND.* Meetings are held the first Friday of every month during Mustang Morning. 

Google Classroom Code: 8b52c

Sponsor: Taylor_Bernard@ccpsnet.net

Diversity Club 

The purpose of our club is to give students of all backgrounds a safe place to be themselves, learn from others and to meet. Meetings are held the first ODD Tuesday of every month in room 305 from 2:10-2:55.

Sponsor: douglas_tibbet@ccpsnet.net, cathy_arnold@ccpsnet.net

Dungeons and Dragon Club 

Come join us as we fight monsters, go on quests, and weave epic stories of adventure, mystery, and daring in the Dungeons and Dragons club! We will meet every other Wednesday in the library from 2:15 - 3:15 starting on September 26th, 2018. For meeting dates, times, and other information, join our Google Classroom with the class code 6tziy2. 

We'll be meeting from 2:15-3:15 in the library on the following dates:
9/26    10/10    10/17    10/31    11/14    12/5    12/12    1/16    1/30    2/13    2/27    3/13    3/27    4/10    4/24    5/8    5/22    6/5

Sponsor: sarah_donahoe@ccpsnet.net

German Club 

German Club is a club to celebrate and learn about interesting bits of German-speaking culture in a low-stress atmosphere. We meet the first Odd Monday of each month. 

Sponsor: douglas_tibbett@ccpsnet.net

Girl Power Grants 

The purpose of Girl Power Grants is to empower young girls to give support to local non-profit organizations. We meet once a month on Tuesday (listen for announcements for specific date and time) in Room 35. 

Sponsor: mary_collins@ccpsnet.net

Latin Club

Latin Club is open to all Latin students. The purpose is to engage in fun cultural activities outside of the classroom setting and extend our knowledge of Latin and the Romans.We meet once a month after school for an hour to play Latin themed games or other activities. These activities include a kickoff gelato party and, Saturnalia celebration in December and a celebration of Rome's birthday in April. The time commitment is about one hour a month. Meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of the month. Students must pay state and National dues to be registered with the VJCL and NJCL.

Sponsor: Victoria_Henderson@ccpsnet.net

Leadership Council 

Sponsors: marie_gist@ccpsnet.net, erika_morris@ccpsnet.net

Club Impact

The club will embark on activities to encourage the school and local community and support development of a positive school climate. We have plans to organize and implement a non-perishable foods drive around the holidays, and we plan to utilize projects from the dosomething.org website to improve school culture and climate. Finally, we plan to participate in at least one iEARN project with students in an international setting. As the year progresses, students will direct their energies to projects about which they feel passionate and for which we can secure permission from administration. We meet on Fridays during Mustang Morning. 

Sponsors: sarah_donahoe@ccpsnet.net, marie_gist@ccpsnet.net, kathleen_heim@ccpsnet.net, contessa_johnson@ccpsnet.net

Robotics Club 

The Midlothian Middle Robotics Club will be meeting several times throughout the year to engage students in STEM activities beyond the classroom. Students will be exposed to projects that will encourage their desire to learn more about engineering, technology and science! The group will learn about and complete a series of mini lessons during our meetings. Learn about design, coding, troubleshooting and teamwork. Build underwater ROVs, Clawbots and Competition Robots! Anyone is welcome!

We meet the 2nd Wednesdays of select months, please check Google Classroom for exact dates. Our first meeting will be October 10th, 2018 in Room 300A. 

Google Classroom Code- UXI2D03

Sponsors: james_bernard@ccpsnet.net, marcus_brown@ccpsnet.net, kyle_overby@ccpsnet.net, christine_owens@ccpsnet.net, marie_gist@ccpsnet.net

Student Council Association (SCA)

The Student Council Association is a leadership organization for student leaders. The SCA provides learning experiences in leadership and opportunities to practice the citizenship skills necessary for effective participation in our democratic society in school and the community. The SCA plans and participates in school and fundraising activities. Helping the PTA sell dance tickets, making posters about activities, and conducting fundraisers are a few of the activities in which members participate.
SCA meetings are held monthly before school for about 45 minutes.
Social studies teachers explain requirements of officers and classroom reps. All members must maintain a "C" average or better. SCA officers complete an application, participate in a campaign, and are elected in the Spring. Each social studies classroom elects a representative in September.

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