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Clubs and Activities

Accelerated Reader - Lori Eggers

American Heart Association - Nancy Kelly

Art Club - Lea Anne Webb

Math Counts - Jaclyn Reid

Math Counts is a national middle school mathematics competition that builds problem-solving skills and fosters achievement through four levels of fun, in-person "bee" style contests. In response to COVID-19 this year, there will be more contests and they will be held online.

National Geography Bee - Jeff Barrett

The National Geography Bee is an annual geography contest sponsored by the National Geographic Society. Start preparing for next years GeoBee here

GEMS - Andrea Gladden

Gains in the Education of Mathematics and Science (GEMS) is an Army-sponsored, summer STEM enrichment program for middle and high school students that takes place in participating Army research laboratories and engineering centers.

Relay for Life - Rebecca Austin & Russell Austin

Have fun. Raise funds. Fight cancer.

The Relay For Life movement is the American Cancer Society’s signature fundraiser dedicated to helping communities attack cancer. From team members to volunteers, we all want to remember those we’ve lost, help those affected today, and take action against cancer. Through funds donated, time given, or awareness raised, our communities are teaming up to make a difference, whether we’re connecting virtually or sharing space. When we rally together in the fight against cancer through this fun and inspirational event, we can accomplish anything.

Robotics Team - Andrea Gladden 

A robotics club is a gathering of students who are interested in learning about and working with robots. At school, robotics clubs typically take place after school, in a classroom, and are moderated by a member of the teaching staff.

United Way - Ashley Good

United Way advances the common good in communities across the world. Our focus is on education, income and health—the building blocks for a good quality of life.

Yearbook - Ruth Ann Connor

Science Fair - Matt Childers 

A science fair is an event where students present the results of their scientific investigations. Science fairs often are competitions, though they may be ​informational presentations, depending on the topic.

Soil and Water Conservation - Jacki Clark

Speech Contest - Melissa Yarbrough

Spelling Bee - Melinda Kennedy

Every year, students from all walks of life have the opportunity to participate in the National Spelling Bee. They progress from classroom to cafeteria, from auditorium to civic center, just as millions of other students have done before them. The National Spelling Bee began in 1925 when nine newspapers joined together to host a spelling bee. Little did they know that 90 years later their literacy effort would reach 11 million students each year.

SGA (Student Government) - Hillary Yarbrough

Junior Beta Club - Tammy Ward

The National BETA Club was founded in 1934, and has become the nation's largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization.

Our Junior BETA Club is an honor organization that recognizes outstanding academic achievement, promotes strong moral character and social responsibility, encourages service to others, fosters leadership skills, and provides settings for you to develop strong interpersonal skills.

This organization is open to 7th and 8th grade students by invitation only who meet all requirements.

Battle of Books - Lori Eggers

America's Battle of the Books is a reading incentive program for students in 3rd thru 12th grades. Students read books and come together, usually in groups, to demonstrate their abilities and to test their knowledge of the books they have read. The student competitions are usually similar to the TV series Family Feud or Whiz Kids styles of competitions.

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Veteran’s Day Assembly - Jeff Barrett