MCMS Clubs will meet before or after school in the 2019-2020 school year. The meeting times for individual clubs will be announced at the beginning of the school year. Some clubs will meet more often than others, and will require a substantial time commitment. Please read the descriptions of the clubs offered at MCMS for specific club info. You will have the opportunity to join a club at the beginning of the year. Some clubs are by selection only, but most are open to anyone who has an interest and is willing to participate. If you have questions, please contact the club sponsor.
Sponsor: Madison Co. Extension: Susan Goldman: Ph: 706.795.2281/ E: (email@example.com)
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. To join: Applications must be completed and returned to your house secretary. You must be on the active roster to participate on Club Day. If you were a member last year, you MUST fill out an application this year to remain in the club.
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 in Room 1400B (Health Room) http://www.madison.k12.ga.us/schools/mcms/clubsandorganizations/amicettes/
Sponsors: Ms. Krolikowski & Ms. Smith
The Beta Club is a national service club. Membership is based on academic performance and willingness to work on service projects. As a member, students will be expected to keep good grades and participate in service projects throughout the year. As a club we sponsor a canned food drive, animal shelter collections, Bingo at the Nursing Home and school projects for students, faculty and staff. Each fall we attend the State Jr. Beta Club Convention in Macon to compete with other Georgia. Betas. The Beta motto is ‘Let us lead by serving others". We work to help students become caring and giving citizens by serving our school and community. Meetings are 2-3 times a month after school. Students may apply for membership at the end of the 1st progress report and must have As and Bs to apply for membership. http://www.madison.k12.ga.us/schools/mcms/clubsandorganizations/beta-club/
FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)
Sponsor: Brandi Willoughby
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 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. Room #1009. http://www.madison.k12.ga.us/schools/mcms/clubsandorganizations/fccla/
Sponsor: Ms Sarah. Holmes
MADISON COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL FFA was honored as #1 IN THE NATION in the 2016-2017 school year!
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 are scheduled for each month. Schedules for contests, meetings, and events can be found in the Ag room. Come by the Ag room for an FFA form today!
Friends Helping Friends
Sponsor: Joan Fouche
Friends Helping Friends is a service club where members are expected to participate in events to help provide opportunities and assistance to students served in the CBI program and with special needs. FHF is a lot of fun, with opportunities to participate in Special Olympics, go on community instruction trips, and become an addition to the classroom. Members must have a passionate heart and a commitment to work. An application is required!
Sponsors: Ms. Christian , Ms. Beard & Ms. Y Smith
PRIDE Tribe members meet to create PRIDE (Prepared, Respectful, Independent, Dependable, and Excellence) videos for PRIDE (PBIS) lessons at MCMS that include topics such as bully prevention and cyberbully prevention. They also help support the goal of the PBIS program at MCMS: to provide students with a safe and healthy learning environment that is positive in nature.
Sponsor: Nathan Herndon
MCMS running club is an opportunity to continue running after school after other sports seasons have ended. The purpose is to stay in shape for those wanting to run track, and for those runners who might want to participate in the Reindeer Run in Comer, GA on December 7th.
- The running club needs to be taken serious; if you are out here then it is important to you.
- Although there will not be any meets/rewards, runners still need to work hard and run at the workouts.
- The running club does not need to be a social time.
- Since this is a club, it is important to be picked up on time---4:15---4:30.
- A physical needs to be on file, and all expectations apply for the runners as they must adhere to the school handbook.
We will begin on Tuesday, October 15th, and it should last until December 5th. We will have the club every Tuesday and Thursday weather permitting. As it gets cooler, please bring appropriate clothes.
Semi-Formal Dance Club
Sponsor: Diana Oxford
This club is for interested 8th grade students only. The Semi-Formal dance is held each year in May. Club members meet periodically throughout the year to develop the theme for the dance, create and assemble dance decorations, and will meet more heavily in April to make final preparations for the dance. Information about how to sign up is available through each 8th grade math teacher.
Sponsors: 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 in Computer Lab 1300 (room #1007)