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Art Jessica HarperStudents will create various pieces of art and promote the visual arts. Meetings TBA.All students
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Basketball - BoysMike Hessler, Eric SasStudents will learn rules and techniques of basketball, as well as valuable teamwork skills and good sportsmanship. Tryouts held in October. Practices held daily. Games played Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings October – March.7th and 8th graders by tryout
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Basketball - GirlsLaMeegan Kent, Nikisha GreerStudents will learn rules and techniques of basketball, as well as valuable teamwork skills and good sportsmanship. Tryouts held in October. Practices held daily. Games played Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings October – March.7thand 8th graders by tryout
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Book ClubKatie CreightonReading fun books while we discuss topics, themes and charactersALL students by application (space limited)
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Cause for PawsKandy Westbrook, Rachel Wilson, Paige McGaughey,Cindy TharpeCrews' Cause for Paws will give students a way to share their love of animals by promoting animal rescue, responsible pet ownership, adoption of shelter animals, and animal welfare. We will be participating in community service projects throughout the year to benefit local animal organizations. Follow us on Instagram @crewscauseforpawsAll students
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CheerleadingStephanie HillStudents will learn cheerleading techniques and teamwork skills as they promote school spirit and cheer at all basketball games, held Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings August – March. Tryouts held in late August. Practices held daily.7thand 8th graders by tryout
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ChessLeslie Dale, Kathryn MannesCome learn and play the exciting game of chess!All students
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CodingRod HamesWant a way to express yourself using the computer? Coding could be the best thing you every do. Find a friend and join us for an adventure of learning about the world of coding. We work with beginners to advanced. If you love playing games you will really love making games.All students
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Crews SingersSabrina Robertson, Camille HamiltonCrews Singers is a select auditioned group of 7th and 8th grade students from various fine arts classes who sing and dance for special school/community events. Students do not have to be members of chorus to audition, but must exhibit strong leadership and singing skills. Rehearsals are scheduled before school and auditions will be announced in August.7thand 8thgraders by audition
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Dance ClubRod Hames
Frank Hedrick
Learn dance techniques like Jaz, Musical Theater, Hip Hop, and/or Modern Dance from experts from Simply Dance Dance Studio. ALl students by application (space limited)
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Dance TeamEleanor Ridley, Sharon FleetwoodStudents learn dance techniques as they perform at Crews home basketball games. Tryouts held in September.7th and 8th graders by audition
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DramaSharon Scott, Frank HedrickAll students by application (space limited)
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Girls Who CodeRod HamesInterested in finding others who like to create using the computer, then this is the club for you. You will be lead by a leading industry lady who LOVES to make video games using computer code.ONLY girls - ALL grades (space limited)
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Honors OrchestraKinsey Edwards, Suzanne Pearson, Ashley YooHonors Orchestra involves 7th and 8th grade orchestra students that were chosen following auditions that took place in October. Honors orchestra will rehearse from 8-9am each Thursday morning in the orchestra room. Honors Orchestra students that were selected to be a part of this ensemble will learn pieces in addition to what students are already playing in their orchestra class and will perform for various school and community events.7th/8th graders enrolled in Crews orchestra
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IntramuralsRod Hames, Frank HedrickStudents are encouraged to get involved as they compete in fun activities such as basketball and flag football. Held by grade level throughout the year – watch announcement for dates.All students
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Jazz BandWesley Brooks, Amanda BinghamMeets Wednesday mornings in the band room7th and 8th grade Band and Orchestra students
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Jr. Beta ClubCatherine Ziemann, Ashlyn Bennett, Jeanette Ollinger, Tim Frantz, Laura LoizzoStudents will perform service activities for our school and community as they promote excellence in scholarship, leadership, and citizenship. Affiliated with the National Beta Club. Meetings TBA.8thgraders with qualifying GPA and conduct/effort.
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MascotElizabeth Butler/Soraya RatchfordStudents promote school spirit by entertaining and interacting with the crowd at home basketball games, Meetings TBA.7thand 8th graders by tryout
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Math TeamMelani TruettStudents participate in math enrichment activities to prepare for local and state Math Counts competitions. Meetings Tuesdays, 4:15-5:00All students
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National History DayMatthew MeekNHD is a competitive history club. Students explore historical events that interest them, and create original projects to demonstrate their knowledge. Projects can include websites, papers, plays and original skits. Students will present their work at Regionals on UGA's campus in February.All students by application (space limited)
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Newspaper Club (Crews Chronicle)Alisha DixonNothing like journalism class: Crews Chronicle Newspaper club is an academic club designed to expose students to the skills of journalism, photography, drawing, publication, and collaboration. The club will assist students in acquiring the responsibility needed to meet the demands of a schedule and publication deadline for the CMS newspaper. Meetings TBAAll students by application (positions limited)
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No Place for HateElizabeth Butler, Tara Tanner, Marcia Littlefield, Brad Miller, Soraya Ratchford, Claire SheaThe No Place for Hate initiative is designed to rally the entire school around the goal of creating a welcoming community committed to stopping all forms of bias and bullying. The No Place for Hate club raises awareness of diversity strengths and challenges among our students, staff and parents. The club will plan diversity-related activities for our school community.All Students
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Peer LeadersAprell Hamilton, Tara Tanner, Elizabeth Butler, Soraya RatchfordStudent leadership, role model, peer tutoring & classroom assistance. Training provided through Connections class.8th graders by application (selection in spring of 7th grade)
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Percussion EnsembleAmanda BinghamMeet Wednesdays after school in the band room7th/8th grade percussionists in band
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PhotographyJessica Harper, Velvet Hildebrand, Christine WoodThis club's purpose is to encourage creative expression through photography, to share and critique the photographs of fellow club members and peers, to educate and develop technical skills, and to spread the love of photography throughout the Crews community.All students
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Readers RallyKaren Adams, Jimmy Autry, Serrena Cobb, Paige McGaughey, Marina SandallStudents will read and discuss selected books as they work to form a team of 10 who will participate in the Readers Rally competition. Meetings Tuesday mornings – dates TBA.All students
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Running ClubRod Hames, Frank Hedrick, Amy Gimbert, Marcia Littlefield, Megan Mendez, Daniele Talend, Kay Weber, Tiffani Zernhelt, Fern LeMasterThere is nothing better than a good run to get you thinking and feeling better. Running does so much for the body, mind and spirit. Come out and join us as we run a 5K each week to Alexander Park. Never ran more than 50 feet, we have a place for you also in the club. You will end the season with astonishing improvements to your distance and pace. Along the way our partnership with the Atlanta Track Club meets lots of cool FREE SWAG as rewards.All students
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S.A.T.  MathNicole FinleyStudents will practice math S.A.T. type problems in fun and engaging ways. All students
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Science FairJill Sheldon, Beverley Paes, Serina Gay Students are challenged to inquire, design, and investigate scientific and engineering concepts through experimentation. Science fair helps students to improve their problem-solving and communication skills, while inspiring them to consider careers in science and engineering.
Mandatory for ALL accellerated 7th and 8th grade science students. Open to ALL students.
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Science OlympiadTonya Dudman, Beverley Paes, Serina GayScience Olympiad is team competition in which students compete in events pertaining to various scientific disciplines, including earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. Each school-based team is allowed to bring 15 students who cross-train for a variety of events in their skill set. Meetings after school, competitions on Saturday.All Students
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SGA (Student Government Association)Eric Sas, Jeanette OllingerStudents focus on service activities around our school and community. Student council members serve as leaders and role models for our school. Meetings TBD.Homeroom reps and officers elected by peers, plus regularly-participating members at large
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SoccerCarmel Silver, Lori MarshallSoccer is a club team with various games scheduled with other Gwinnett County middle schools. Practice days/times TBD.All students by tryout
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SpanishMarcia Littlefield, Debbie AvisStudents will participate in activities to learn about the Spanish language and culture. Meeting dates TBA. Meetings will be held in Mrs. Littlefield’s room.All students – you do not have to speak Spanish
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STEAMBrad Miller, Matthew Meek, Steven JamesThe STEAM club will explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math as we participate in fun, and interactive projects.All students by application (space limited)
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Stock Market ClubKay WeberLearn and prepare for your financial future as you "buy" and "sell" stocks in real time. Meetings will be Fridays at 8:15 in Mrs. Weber's room, Fall and Spring sessions. Limited to 20 participants.All Students
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Tabletop GamingSteven James, Matthew MeekNo Monopoly, checkers, chess or Life to be found here. We play true "tabletop" and "roleplaying" games such as Betrayal at House on the Hill, Pandemic, Sherrif of Nottingham, King of Tokyo, Dungeons and Dragons, Ticket to Ride, Settlers of Catan etc. So ask yourself, "Are you ready to roll?"   ALL students by application (space limited)
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Team RileyMegan Mendez, Rachel Wilson, Karen Adams, Amy Gimbert, Allison Hollingshead, Charlie Hollingshead, Tara TannerA fundraising group that raises money for the Amanda Riley Foundation. Activities throughout the year will support the ARF, which supports families in our area dealing with childhood cancer. The foundation is named after former Crews and Brookwood Bronco Amanda Riley, who lost her battle with brain cancer. We are proud to support the Foundation in Amanda’s memory.All students
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TennisRod Hames, Frank HedrickNever picked up a racket! Then this is the club you should join. This is a sport that can last an entire life time. Come and be lead by a 25 year seasoned Tennis Pro at the Flower's Crossing gorgeous courts.ALL Grades Both Boys and Girls
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ThriveTonya Dudman, Tracy Brantley, Angie PinkstonCampus Life is a student led gathering for Christian fellowship. Students will participate in music, games, and praise. Meetings TBA.All students
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