Sponsors: Ms. Johnson, Ms. Beard
The purpose of the Amicette Club is to assist in the community, academic, and personal development of young ladies. Meeting on Club Day in Room #1209
Sponsors: Ms. Green, Ms. Brooks
The Madison County Middle School Book Club began 08-09. To join, simply complete an application provided in the Media Center with a teacher recommendation. We are all about reading for fun and sharing book reviews. We read the Georgia Book Award nominees for the current year and cast our votes to choose the current year winner along with many other schools in the state. Interested members can record book reviews to share with our student population. The Book Club's goal is to promote reading for pleasure. Our motto is, "If you don't like reading, you just haven't found the right book yet." We will video book talks to have on the media center computers for students to access when making book selections.
Sponsor: Mr. Wennersten
The purpose of the club is to play chess and have fun. This is a club where you can have fun with friends while learning to play chess or challenging yourself to be able to compete at higher levels of the game. Meeting on Club Day in Room #1326
Sponsor: Madison Co. Extension
6th, 7th, and 8th graders who enjoy projects and follow the 4-H Motto "to make the best better" through achievement, citizenship, and leadership activities may participate in the 4-H Club. 4H will meet on Club Day during Connections.
FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)
Sponsor: Coach Morgan
This group meets every Wednesday morning to learn how to exercise their faith in Jesus Christ at home and school. FCA is here to help, teach, and guide students to a deeper walk or first-time commitment with Jesus Christ. Meets every Wed AM in the Art Rm (Rm 1001)
FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America)
Sponsor: Ms. Coker
This is a dynamic and effective student organization ... This is a dynamic and effective student organization that helps young people become leaders and address important personal, family, work, and societal issues through family and consumer sciences education. Students may run for chapter office, attend exciting and uplifting leadership meetings, and conduct projects for competition and receive recognitions. Students may join the first month of school and the first two weeks of each quarter. Meeting on Club Day in Room #1009
Sponsor: Mr. Lastly
Madison County Middle FFA offers students the opportunity to become more involved in the school and community, compete in contests, develop leadership skills, attend meetings, go on trips, and, of course, HAVE FUN!! After school meetings and club day meetings are scheduled for each month. Monthly newsletters will be sent to members to keep everyone up to date on events, meetings, and contests. NOTE: In order to be a member of FFA, you MUST be enrolled in Agricultural Science class. Please check with your House Counselor or Advisement Teacher to be sure you are enrolled!
Sponsor: Mr. Powell & Ms. Hilley
6th, 7th, and 8th graders with a B average may be elected by their homerooms to be a Student Council representative. Members meet once a month to voice their opinions on school issues and plan school activities. Meeting on Club Day in Computer Lab 1300 (room #1007)
Jr. Hosa: Future Health Professionals
Advisor: Mrs. V Seagraves room 1317
Jr Hosa is a middle school division of the state and national club of students interested in a career in healthcare. If you think you might like to work in healthcare one day, come join us for some medical fun. We will learn some healthcare procedures and be involved in community service. You should be passing all of your classes and not have any discipline referrals to the office.
Cost: $25 includes your state ($10) and national ($10) dues.
Sponsors:Mr. Travis Broome, Mrs. Whitney Green, Room 1016
6th, 7th, and 8th graders who are interested in selling advertisements to local businesses and helping take pictures for the yearbook must complete an application and have teacher recommendation. This group is very selective and must have good grades and behavior. Applications are available when school starts. Meeting on Club Day in Room 1016