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Clubs & Organizatons

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!


Want to start your OWN club? Many clubs are created during the school year based on student interest! If you would like to start your own club (Ex. Rubik's Cube Club) all you need to do is find a teacher who is willing to be your sponsor and supervise club meetings.

There is something for everyone! Get involved!
 Please direct any questions about a club to the club sponsor.


 
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Builder's Club:
Our purpose is to build up students into leaders through serving the community around them.

How to join: Anyone can join!
If interested in joining, please get a membership form outside of room 220, fill it out and return to Mrs. Ferguson in Room 220.

Meetings: The club will meet the second Wednesday of every month in room 220 until 3:15 (unless otherwise announced)

Sponsors: Mrs. Ferguson and Mrs. Cox

Contact: Tracy_Ferguson@ccpsnet.net and Kelly_Cox@ccpsnet.net

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"Do the Cube!" Rubik's Cube Club

How to join:

Meetings: 

Sponsor: Stacey Strayer

Contact: Stacey_Strayer@ccpsnet.net

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Drama Club

How to join

Meetings: The next Drama Club meeting will be Wednesday, October 2nd from 2:15 until 3:30 in the forum. New members are welcome. Join us to play some theatre games and put together a few scenes. Rides should pick you up promptly at 3:30. 

Sponsor:

Contact:


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Green club: Our goal is to educate and activate RMS students in making Earth-friendly choices in their day to day lives.

How to join: Listen to the announcements and come to any green club meeting!

Meetings: We will meet every other Wednesday during Roundtable (usually meets in the library)

Sponsors: Mrs. Farner

Contact: elizabeth_farner@ccpsnet.net


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Diversity Club


Sponsors: Ms. Haberland (Room 153) and Ms. Jett (Room 221)


Purpose: To celebrate diversity at RMS!


How to join: Attend our first interest meeting on 10/2 during roundtable or see Ms. Haberland or Ms. Jett


Meetings The dates will be coming soon.

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Makers Club: A club where everyone is welcome to create, invent, and explore

Sponsors: Mrs. Couillard (science), Mrs. Herceg (math) and Mrs. Wilson (library)

Purpose: The RMS Makers Club is for anyone who likes to create, discover, experiment, and, of course, MAKE!  Whether you want to start coding, deconstruct things to see how they work, use junk to make art, or learn how to use XY plotters and 3D printers, this club is for you!

How to join: Go to google classroom  and enter this code: dvi9sl 
Students must turn in the student information form in order to join.

Meetings: The Makers Club will  meet after school on some Tuesdays-the schedule on Google classroom


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National Junior Honor Society: 

The National Junior Honor Society is one of the oldest and most respected student recognition organizations in the United States. Membership in NJHS distinguishes students who have committed themselves to the pursuit of academic excellence, community improvement, and personal development.

How to join: Students will be sent an invitation-based on their GPA. There is an application process with a written essay and a review-with a panel of teachers before students are selected. Students for the fall induction ceremony have already been notified if they were selected.

The induction ceremony will be in the fall of 2018. Meetings will be held during Round table time either on Tuesdays or Thursdays.

Sponsors: Ms. White, Mrs. McDonald, and Ms. Arnone

Contact: Stephanie_White@ccpsnet.net; Meredith_McDonald@ccpsnet.net; ashley_arnone@ccpsnet.net





Student Council Association: Our goal is to instill leadership through community service activities. Meeting times will be coming soon and will be during roundtable once per month.

Link for suggestions for SCA

How to join: A student’s roundtable will decide who the class representative will be.


Meetings: The club will meet during roundtable on the second Wednesday of each month.


Sponsor: Mrs. Davis


Contact: Michele_Davis@ccpsnet.net



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Robious 5K Running Club

First Meeting Date: 

We will meet in the gym each day during Roundtable, then go outside to run.
Make sure to sign-out with your roundtable teacher.
You must wear comfortable clothes and tennis shoes for school. You will not have time to change.


Must have the following forms to participate:

Risk Form
Concussion Form


If you have any Questions:
See Mrs. Cox or Mrs. Schafer