Randolph Middle School Clubs 2018-2019
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**Note to students and parents- The club list will be updated as additional activities become available. Please check throughout the year and encourage students to listen for morning and afternoon announcements regarding clubs. For questions regarding specific clubs, please contact the sponsor directly.
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Quick Link - https://tinyurl.com/raiderCLUBS
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Randolph Middle School Clubs & Organizations 2018-2019
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ClubClub InformationStaff SponsorSponsor Contact Information
Meeting Location
Membership Requirements (if any)
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Monday MorningRandolph NewspaperDo you love to write? Do you love to draw cmics? The the Randolph Newspaper Club is for you! Our meetins are on Monday Mornings 8:00-8:45. If you would like to join, stop by room 711 and collect a sign up form from Mr. Stanton. Fill it out, then turn it into a teacher of your choice for recommendation. Your teacher will turn the form in for you!Mr. Stantonjordanm.stanton@cms.k12.nc.us711Interest form with teacher recommendation required.
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Youth Entrepreneur Club8:00am - 8:45am - 1st and 3rd Mondays starting October 1, 2018. Our student leaders will learn the basics of becoming an entrepreneur with research and creation of a business plan utlizing "The Teen Entrepreneur". In addition, they will learn how to trade on the stock market using the Stock Market Game Simulation. The 1st Monday of the month will focus on creating a business plan and the 3rd Monday of the month will focus on the Stock Market Game Simulation.Ms. Dorsey duwanda.dorsey@cms.k12.nc.usRoom 804None
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Monday AfternoonBridge ClubStudents will learn how to play the card game of bridge. Knowledge of the games Spades or Hearts is very helpful. This is the very best card game ever invented. Skills stressed are logic, cooperation, deductive reasoning, and strategic decision-making. Bridge Club will every Monday afternoon in the Media Center 4:15 - 5:30, and will run every Monday 10/1 until 12/17 except for Nov. 12th. Mr. Drummonddavidg.drummond@cms.k12.nc.usMedia Center
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Maker ClubIn this club you’ll learn about the many resources available in the RMS makerspace. We’ll tackle projects using a variety of materials: Legos, wood, cardboard, circuits, electronics, yarn, rope, tape and anything else we can find! This club is a place to make, create, produce, solve, collaborate and think.Ms. Frick, Mr. Palmer, and Ms. Titlebaummarjorie.frick@cms.k12.nc.us
justinl.palmer@cms.k12.nc.us
c.titlebaum@cms.k12.nc.us
Media CenterFor additional information, please see: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XXj60lNK2Yl0rPTmG4V7jaCsIzYjO4e2xK7VLfJMN0E/edit?ts=5bc4dbc3
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Tuesday MorningBattle of the BooksStudents will read a wide variety of books that illustrate the qualities of an IB Learner (Inquirers, Knowledgeable, Thinkers, Communicators, Principled, Open-Minded, Caring, Reflective, Balanced, and Risk-Takers). They will prepare to compete in a Battle of the Books competition against other middle schools in CMS. This group meets every Tuesday at 8:00am in the Media Center, beginning on October 2nd.Ms. Titlebaumc.titlebaum@cms.k12.nc.usMedia Center
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National Junior Honor SocietyThe National Junior Honor Society is an honorary society, which promotes enthusiasm for scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. Students who are interested apply for membership and are selected based on a minimum GPA of 3.5 as well as their demonstration of the aforementioned qualities. The application process is a STUDENT DRIVEN process and takes place in December and April. Applications will open for 7th and 8th graders from 12/10/18 and will close 1/10/19, NO EXCEPTIONS. 6th graders may not apply until the spring (3/12/19-4/1/19). Students can pick up applications from Ms. Curtes or Mrs. Rayaprolu when the window opens. Announcements will be made in advance. It is up to the student to retrieve an application and return it ON TIME. All applications will be distributed as a hard copy and need to be returned as such. An induction ceremony will take place at the end of April with more information announced closer to the month. 7th grade and 8th grade will meet together on the FIRST Tuesday of every month in the Media Center at 8:00am. The first meeting will be October 2nd. Ms Curtes and Ms. Rayaproluhannahl.curtes@cms.k12.nc.us AND s1.rayaprolu@cms.k12.nc.usTBDApplication requirement and $10 membership dues if accepted
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Let Me RunStudents will meet T/Th mornings 7:45-8:45A. Open to all middle school boys. To become a Let Me Run athlete register at www.letmerun.org. This group begins meeting on Oct 2 and ends with the Let Me Run 5k on November 17. Teams are limited to 14 boys. Fee is $110 to participate and scholarships are available for anyone needing assistance.Ms. Forbesheather1.forbes@cms.k12.nc.ustrack-boys only
-register at www.letmerun.org
-$110 fee
-scholarships available
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Harry Potter ClubAnyone can come discuss the books and/or movies, periodically compete in trivia games, and immerse themselves in the wonderful world of Harry Potter!Mrs. Joreid & Mr. Stantonlindseyn.baird@cms.k12.nc.us714Could be periodically asked to donate for snacks or other supplies.
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Indoor Soccer ClubThis is an informal opportunity to play, practice, and hone your soccer skills with other students. Meetings will begin at 8:00am begining on September 11th. Mr. Hardybrianl.hardy@cms.k12.nc.usGym
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Magic the Gathering Game ClubWhat is MtG? Magic: The Gathering is a strategy card game based around a battle between wizards. The player is trying to use their resources as well as possible in order to attack others and protect themselves. Purpose of the club: This Magic club will help teach students about strategy games and improve social interactions. Magic can teach students how to gracefully win and lose. It also helps gain better strategy skills. Dates: Once a month on Tuesdays in Room 711. Mr. Stantonjordanm.stanton@cms.k12.nc.us711
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Rockin' RaidersScholastic Cup- Show choir combines singing and dancing for a fun musical experience! The Rockin' Raiders Show Choir competes in the NC Scholastic Cup Show Choir Competition this April . This auditioned group will meet in room 706 (chorus room,) and the dance studio, depending on the rehearsal. Show Choir rehearsals will be primarily on Tuesday mornings after auditions in November.Ms. Lathan and Ms. Morrow julias.lathan@cms.k12.nc.us/ carrie.morrow@cms.k12.nc.us
706 or dance room
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Youth Commission InternationalThe vision of Youth Commission is to reach the world for Christ through youth, with a mission to impact school campuses for Christ through students, faculty and communities. We work toward these goals through student-led, Christian clubs that meet on middle and high school campuses. Meetings will begin at 8:15 am in room 802.Mr. Ruff (parent volunteer)bruff@youthcommission.us802
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Tuesday AfternoonAnime ClubThis club is a place where students who love anime, manga, and Japanese culture can come together once a month to discuss their passion and watch a pre-selected anime together. This group meets in room 813 on the first Tuesday of each month at 4:15-5:15pm. Meetings begin in October.Ms. Walkerelizabetha.walker@cms.k12.nc.us813
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Future Business Leaders of America (F.B.L.A.)Students will be encouraged to participate in activities designed to facilitate intelligent choices, develop business skills, teach the value of community responsibility, and strengthen self-confidence. Chapter activities usually fall into these categories: Professional, Service, Civic, Financial, and Social. Meetings will be held every other Tuesday at 4:15-5:15pm. Meetings are held in room 701. FBLA will be meeting on the following dates- FBLA MEETING DATES
January 15th, January 29th, February 19th, February 26th, March 12th, SLC in Greensboro – March 25-27th, April 9th, April 23rd (last official meeting), Saturday, May 4th March of Dimes walk a thon
Mr. Slater and Ms. Parkerdavid.slater@cms.k12.nc.us OR shona.parker@cms.k12.ns.us701
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Wednesday MorningScience OlympiadScience Olympiad will meet on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 8:00am. Location and meeting dates will be determined by student events. All questions regarding Science Olympiad should be directed to the Science Olympiad Committee at randolphcmsscienceolympiad@gmail.com For additional information regarding Science Olympiad visit the RMS SO website at - https://sites.google.com/view/randolphscioly/home Registration is now open!! please register at https://sites.google.com/view/randolphscioly/home

Check out NC Science Olympiad Middle School Div B Events at https://www.sciencenc.com/resources/middle-school/
Science Olympiad Committeerandolphmsscienceolympiad@gmail.comMeeting location determined by student event
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Wednesday AfternoonChess ClubStudents will learn the valuable and clever game of chess. They will also learn techniques that will prepare them for competition. Meetings will be held on Wednesdays from 4:15-5:30pm beginning Oct. 14, 2016 in the Media Center.Mr. Dohertyrobert.doherty@cms.k12.nc.usMedia Center
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Film Study ClubThe film study club is a twist on a traditional book club. This club is not an excuse to binge watch, it's more like an opportunity to use our mind and work in ways that aren't always required in the classroom. A film club is a great way to show initiative, collaborate with others, and explore interests. It shows that we are serious about studying film as an art form rather than just as a screen time addict. Our meetings will be devoted to talking about our opinions and answering thought driven questions. For homework, small fractions of documentaries, movies, and tv shows from different genres will be assigned. We will primarily focus on curriculum-based films. Our meeting time will be held very seriously and time will never be wasted. The first 3 documentaries/ movies we plan to discuss are Anne With An E, Bill Nye Saves The World, and the Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Society. Meetings will be held every other Wednesday from 4:15-5:30, with the first meeting being held on October 3rd. Future meeting dates will be given out in the first meeting. (Students must present a signed video parent permission form to attend the club meetings- This document is available from Ms. Day)Ms. Dayjoan.day@cms.k12.nc.us8108th Grade ONLY Students must have a completed Club Interest Form and signed Video Parent Permission form in order to attend meetings. See Ms. Day for forms!
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Thursday MorningArt ClubParticipants will help work on art projects commissioned by the school such as murals, banners, and signage; as well as work on large scale projects designed for smaller group settings. Such advanced projects may include ceramics, pottery, sculpture, silk-screening, and photopgraphy. Art Club will meet 2 Thursdays of each month before school at 7:45am. Sign- ups will take place Friday, November 16th. The sign-up sheet will be posted outside of the art room (801) at 8:45am. Don't delay in signing up, there are only 8 seats available per grade level. Sign-ups are on a first come, first serve basis. There will be a waiting list available in case those first 24 people are unable to join. Ms. Mullisrebeccaa.mullis@cms.k12.nc.us801Sign up Friday, November 16th at 8:45am $5 art supply fee (waiting list for students interested after spots fill)
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Let Me RunStudents will meet T/Th mornings 7:45-8:45A. Open to all middle school boys. To become a Let Me Run athlete register at www.letmerun.org. This group begins meeting on Oct 2 and ends with the Let Me Run 5k on November 17. Teams are limited to 14 boys. Fee is $110 to participate and scholarships are available for anyone needing assistance.Ms. Forbesheather1.forbes@cms.k12.nc.ustrack-boys only
-register at www.letmerun.org
-$110 fee
-scholarships available
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Randolph ChoraleThis ensemble is for committed singers grades 6-8 who are dedicated to building their musicianship skills and want to challenge themselves outside the music classroom. Students do not need to be enrolled in a chorus class to participate. Performances will be scheduled throughout the year in our community. This group also participates in judged festival events. We will sing music representing a wide variety of musical styles. The Randolph Chorale rehearses on Thursday mornings beginning in October, 8:00-8:45am.Ms. Lathanjulias.lathan@cms.k12.nc.us706
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NC EnvirothonThe NC Envirothon is an annual competition for high school and middle school students. The program consists of one-day area competitions held in March or early April and a two-day state competition held in late April or early May. The number of teams participating at area competitions is unlimited. The top seven (7) scoring teams in each area, plus the top scoring FFA team, compete at the state competitin to represent NC at the National Conservation Foundation (NCF). Envirothon, a 5-day competition held in July or August. The program boasts a successful history of providing hands-on environmental and natural resource management education to students, empowering young people with the competencies and motivation vital to achieving and maintaining a natural balance between quality of life and the of the environment. The NC Envirothon strives to challenge and promote the development of oral communication skills in each student participant, which is why the oral presentation is included at the state competition.Ms. Duntonca.beetles-dunton@cms.k12.nc.us6097th Graders Only
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Student CouncilStudents will have an opportunity to exercise positive leadership by becoming a representative at their grade level. They will work together to organize Spirit Week, dances, and other events. Take charge of the needs of the RMS student body! Membership in this group is dependent on elections. This group meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month at 8:00 am in room 819.Ms. Kennedyelizabethh.kennedy@cms.k12.nc.us819Application/ Election required
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Science OlympiadScience Olympiad will meet on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 8:00am. Location and meeting dates will be determined by student events. All questions regarding Science Olympiad should be directed to the Science Olympiad Committee at randolphcmsscienceolympiad@gmail.com For additional information regarding Science Olympiad visit the RMS SO website at - https://sites.google.com/view/randolphscioly/home Registration is now open!! please register at https://sites.google.com/view/randolphscioly/home

Check out NC Science Olympiad Middle School Div B Events at https://www.sciencenc.com/resources/middle-school/
Science Olympiad Committeerandolphmsscienceolympiad@gmail.comMeeting location determined by student event
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G.O.L.D. Club (Girls Out Living Dreams)This group promotes positive youth development by enhancing participants' academic accomplishments, leadership ability, skills awareness, self-esteem, civic responsibility, and cultural awareness. Our goal is to make sure that each member succeeds in school and becomes a responsible member of society. Membership is for 8th graders only. Meetings are every other Thursdays in the Media Center during 8th grade lunch time.Ms. Simpsonmelissa.simpson@cms.k12.nc.us Media Center
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Speed CubingThis group meets to work on strategies to solve Rubik's cubes. Meetings are held every week on Thursday mornings at 8:00am. They meet in the morning in room 802. The first meeting will be held on October 4th. Mr. A. Millercharlesa.miller@cms.k12.nc.us802
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Thursday AfternoonBoard Game ClubThe objective of the RMS board game club is to have fun while learning new elements and fostering good sportsmanship. We meet twice a month on Thursday (after school) in the Media Center. The board game club is open to all students. For more information including meeting dates and times, please visit https://sites.google.com/a/cms.k12.nc.us/rmsgames/.Ms. Ward and Mr. Gumbletonashleyh.ward@cms.k12.nc.us604
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Friday MorningGlobal AmbassadorsGlobal Ambassadors is an organization for all grade levels at Randolph. Its focus is to create awareness of international issues and philanthropic events. As a club, the Global Ambassadors research international issues and organizations that are involved in those issues. Their goal is to educate their peers at an Education Fair and to raise money for the chosen organization at a fun event in the spring. Global Ambassadors encourages leadership, caring, and responsibility. An application must be submitted. Selection is determined by the sponsors. Information will be made available to students regarding applications following Quarter 1.Ms. Titlebaum, Ms. Walker, and Ms. Dunbarc.titlebaum@cms.k12.nc.us OR elizabetha.walker@cms.k12.nc.usMedia CenterApplication required
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GSA (Gay/ Straight Alliance)Gay/Straight Alliance is a safe place for both gay and straight students to discuss Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning issues. All are welcome. We will meet every other Friday morning at 8:00 amMs. Mitchellrobinm.mitchell@cms.k12.nc.us602
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Randolph IB Math ClubThis club will combine the experiences of MathCounts, Math Madness and Math Olympiad. MathCounts is a national enrichment club and competition program that promotes middle school mathematics achievement through grassroots involvement in every U.S. state and territory. Math Olympiad consists of math problem solving contests for teams of students in grades 4 through 8. This group meets every Friday at 8:00am.
Mr. R. Johnson and Mr. S. Miller
rodneya.johnson@cms.k12.nc.us/ steven.miller@cms.k12.nc.us710
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Scrabble ClubCome play Scrabble! Learn how to spell complex words and develop your IB thinking skills through this classic game. Meetings will begin at 8:00am with the first meeting being Friday, October 19th. Parent Sponsor- Ms. Hobbsbrandi.m.hobbs@gmail.comCafeteria
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Friday AfternoonSTEM-GirlsThis group will expose girls to the many different areas of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). Girls will work together to complete experiments, problem solve, explore careers through guest speakers and field trips and to just have fun in a team environment. Meeting Days: Every other Friday starting October 5th
Times: 4:15-5:00

Application: https://goo.gl/forms/dHw2kw9Iu7jof4JF2
Ms. Evanstakeemar.evans@cms.k12.nc.us 716All interested students must complete the following application: Application: https://goo.gl/forms/dHw2kw9Iu7jof4JF2
Application Due: Tuesday, October 2nd
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The following clubs have not determined meeting dates at this time or meets as needed. Please contact the Club Sponsor directly for information. French ClubIn French Club, students will celebrate selected French holidays, watch age-appropiate French films, and participate in cultural awareness activities.Ms. Justicekaren.justice@cms.k12.nc.us803
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Junior Classical LeagueThe JCL is a national Latin Club and is the ONLY national foreign language club. The JCL promotes the learning of the Latin language and culture. Students in JCL will have the opportunity to participate in competition with schools from all over the country. Meeting will be announced after coordination with cooperating high schools.Mr. A. Millercharlesa.miller@cms.k12.nc.us802
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Kids VotingCharlotte nonprofit GenerationNation makes a difference. Smart, fun programs - including Charlotte-Mecklenburg Youth Council, Youth Leadership Charlotte-Mecklenburg, Kids Voting, and K-12 civic education - connect classroom learning with hands-on experiences that build civic literacy and leadership from an early age. From a child’s first vote to youth’s first community leadership role, GenerationNation educates and engages a new generation of citizens and leaders. Meetings will be held monthly- Check back for initial meeting date and listen to the morning announcements!Mr. Majorslucianf.majors@cms.k12.nc.us611
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OPERA-tunitiesCurious about opera? Our club will provide a basic understanding of this grand art form through education and experience. Periodically through the year, the club will attend opera performances, with explanatory meetings before the performance to enhance students' knowledge and enjoyment. This club meets on an as-needed basis, look for announcements in the PTO email and on the morning Raider Report at school.Ms. Lathanjulias.lathan@cms.k12.nc.us706
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Odyssey of the MindThere will be a parent interest meeting on Tuesday, October 2 at 5:30pm in the Media Center. This is a parent coached competitive club. 7 students may be on a team. Students will work together to come up with a creative solution to a problem, create a skit to demonstrate their solution, typically create a set, costumes, memorize lines, and then on competition day perform it in 8 minutes or less in front of a panel of judges. Some problems involve building a machine, others making the strongest balsa wood structure. We compete at the local level first at Wingate University in March. If we win 1st or 2nd Place, we advance to States in April and then Worlds in May. These competitions all take place on Saturday’s and are all day events except for Worlds which is several days.
See the official website where there are videos of past performances- https://www.odysseyofthemind.com/
Ms. Mullisrebeccaa.mullis@cms.k12.nc.us
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