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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.



Builder's Club:
Builders Club is an international student-led organization providing members with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leadership. A few examples of our club's community projects are as follows: Every October we conduct a candy drive for operation gratitude to support our troops over seas, in November and December we run fundraiser for Angel Tree and personally buy presents for students in need, we also support our local firehouse, animal shelter, and Risky Business Trade Show.The service projects vary in time commitment; generally we perform one project a month. Our club requires that you complete a membership application.

The first meeting will be held Wednesday, September 13th during Mustang Morning. This meeting you will receive the membership form and Google Classroom code.

All other meetings will be held the second Wednesday of the month after school from 3:00-4:00 in the cafeteria.


Sponsors: Avery_Mattingly@ccpsnet.net, Amanda_Wells@ccpsnet.net



Chess Club (Knight Life in the Morning):
Chess Club encourages social interaction, strategic thinking, and friendly competition within its members.Members meet twice each month, the first and third Thursdays, in the library,before school (7:30-8:10 am). Members compete in a fall tournament and a spring tournament. Throughout the year, the members challenge each other for rankings on the Chess Club ladder. The Chess Club will hold a Christmas party during the last regular meeting in December.

Students can pick up chess club registration forms over the summer in the library and in September. Members should make sure they join the Edmodo group for Chess Club for updates. Students interested can pick up a club registration form in the library.

Sponsors: Margaret_Cramer@ccpsnet.net, Christy_Martin@ccpsnet.net, Caroline_McCormack@ccpsnet.net



Club Midlo:

Club information coming soon. 


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



Creative Writing Club:
The writing club is a bi-weekly club focussed on student driven creative writing projects. Throughout the year, we will have guest speakers who work in the field to offer insight and critique for your work. This is a writing workshop. While you will be exposed to different genres through mini-workshops, students will primarily be developing their own creative writing projects. Toward the end of the year, students will create a zine to be distributed at MMS and neighboring businesses featuring their work.


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



Drama Club:

Drama Club

Drama club is a club for students who want to explore their theatrical side but may not be enrolled in any Drama classes. Students are given the opportunity to hone their dramatic skills in the club's many activities and have the opportunity to help with the Spring musical as well as other performances like the Talent Show! Drama Club meets the first Wednesday of each month from 3:00 - 3:45. 

Sponsor: Taylor_Bernard@ccpsnet.net



Dungeons and Dragons Club:

Club information coming soon. 

Sponsors: elizabeth_deboeser@ccpsnet.net




Ecology Club:



Science and Ecology Club is open to all students 6th to 8th grade.  The purpose of the club is to give students an opportunity to have fun with Science outside the classroom and to learn more about Ecology in our community.  Students will be able to participate in monthly meetings after school, as well as field trips and community service. Monthly meetings will be held the 3rd Tuesday of each month.


Sponsors: Carolyn_Hatter@ccpsnet.net, Laura_Wilson@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.
Students must pay state and National dues to be registered with the VJCL and NJCL.

Sponsor: Victoria_Henderson@ccpsnet.net



Reading Club:


Sponsor: deborah_powers@ccpsnet.net, elizabeth_deboeser@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.

Sponsor: natalie_oldfield@ccpsnet.net





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