The Math 24 Club meets each Monday after school until 4:30. If you enjoy mathematical problem solving in a competitive environment, then the Math 24 Club is for you. Math 24 is open to sixth, seventh, and eighth graders. Please have your rides out front by 4:30. We look forward to seeing you.
The goal of the Random Acts of Kindness club is to spread kindness throughout out our school culture.
Battle of the Books
Battle of the Books is a fun reading competition in which teams of students compete against each other in a quiz-like setting answering questions related to the books on the Battle of the Books lists. Students interested in joining Battle of the Books should start reading titles on the books list to prepare for the school-wide Battle of the Books quiz. Students who have read at least five books on the Battle of the Books list are eligible to take the quiz in the media center during their LA class. The top 12 scorers on the quiz will be invited to join the MRMS Battle of the Books team.
Ms. Mann coaches the Battle of the Books Team.
This club will offer opportunities for students to explore the wonders of computer programming. Students can share ideas, be creative, develop their programming skills and collaborate with peers on each grade level as well as with teachers and administration. They can participate in a computer summer camp and this will allow them to establish relationships with other students who have the same passion (a love of coding). Ms. Jowers leads the Computer Club.
FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)
FCA meets in the media center on Tuesday mornings at 7:55 am beginning in October. All are welcome. Mr. Myers sponsor FCA.
Junior Beta Club
Beta Club is an academic service organization that enhances student character, provides opportunities for leadership and promotes academic growth. Students are required to maintain a 92% overall average and complete 3 hours of community service in each six week grading period. Ms. Wimbush and Ms. Cass sponsor the Beta Club. Open this link for more infomation.Mavericks Engineering & RoboticsThe Mavericks Engineering & Robotics club competes in tournaments that challenge and develop students engineering skills. From September through December, teams compete in FIRST FLL, building robots to complete a series of missions and create an innovative solution to a real-world problem. From January through May, the club competes in local competitions and independent study assignments to improve programming and engineering skills. Fall season registration opens in July/August as teams need to be finalized the first week of school. The Winter/Spring season registration opens in December. To be notified of club activities and the next registration period, parents should email our club sponsor Ronald Kinyanjui to be added to the email distribution list.Model UNMr. Anderson sponsors the Model UN club for students interested in world politics.
Sign Language ClubMs. Clowney sponsors the sign language club.
Student Council representatives are voted into office by their peers and help shared student ideas and interests with the entire student body, teachers and other staff. Ms. Hansen sponsors the Student Council.