Beta Club

Beta  Club

Ignite Club


Girls Who Sparkle

Girls Who Sparkle



Student Council

Student Council

Kid's Kitchen

Kid's Kitchen

Sponsors: Mrs. Hawkins

Meeting Day: 3rd Wednesday of the month, beginning in September

Time: 3:30-4:30    Place: RM 117

Membership Capacity: 25  Fees: None

Description: 4-H is the largest national youth development organization. It teaches students about many life skills, such as being a good citizen and learning about the local community. The Elmore County Cooperative Extension office offers many activities on the weekends and in the summer as well. A summer 4-H camp with a wide variety of activities is also offered. We learn some of the basics of what 4-H does.

Sponsors: Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. McKenzie, Mrs. Hawkins

Meeting Day: 5th and 6th Grade: 2nd Wednesday of the month

                        7th & 8th Grade: 3rd Wednesday of the month

Membership Capacity: Membership is by invitation only based on grades and behavior.

Fees: $30.00 - Covers National Dues and T-shirt.

Description: The BETA Club is a nationally recognized organization that recognizes academic achievement and citizenship. The Club Motto is ‘To lead by Serving Others’.

Sponsors: Mrs. Bellman

Meeting Day:  First Tuesday of every month Place: Mrs. Bellman's Room

Membership Capacity: none

Fees: none

Description: Christian Club for 5th-8th graders. 

Sponsors: Mrs. Glover and Mrs. Madarang

Meeting Day: First Tuesday of the month   

Time: After School until 4:30

Membership capacity: 25

Fees: $25

Description: Girls Who Sparkle is for 5th and 6th grade girls.  We learn about positive self-esteem and girl empowerment. This club is for girls who like to craft and meet new friends.

Sponsors: Mrs. Licina and Mrs. Ash

Meeting day and time: Tuesdays and Thursdays until 4:30

Membership capacity: 15

Fees: $50 covers fees for Robot Events registration; there will also be competition fees

Description: The MMS Robotics club offers students the opportunity to have hands-on experience building and programming robots to solve problems. We use VEX IQ and VEX VR robots and a computer program that allows visual programming of the robots. Students will drive the robots with controllers, as well as program to run the robot autonomously.

Sponsor: Alicia Whitlock

Meeting Day: 1-2 times a month on Tuesday mornings

Time: 7:00-7:30 am in the library

Membership capacity: Students will be nominated by their teachers. There will be multiple representatives for each grade level. Once members are nominated and selected, then members will vote on officers.

Fees: $40

Description: Students build their leadership skills by representing their classmates to voice their ideas for improving things on campus.  Students participate in community service activities to foster a loving community and build social skills.