Clubs

Clubs and Organizations at Caroline Middle School

Band……………………………………………………Nicholas Rehmer-Stephens    Band is open to all students. Students will hold concerts a few times during the school year and compete against other bands.

Bee Fit Club……………………………………….Sharon Rachanow & Aaron Dudley         This club is all about health and wellness.  Meetings are designed based on student interest and need.

Cheerleaders………………………………………………………………Selina Fields

Chess Club………………………………………………….Thomas McCumiskey

Chorus & Orchestra……………………………David Fielding

Destination Imagination…………………….Nikki Kiger                                      This is offered to our gifted students.  Students prepare all year for a category of their choosing with a challenge and present.  They also have instant challenges at the competition.

Family, Career & Community Leaders of America………………………Denise Ewing-Williams   FCCLA Blog

Friends of Rachel…………………………………..Cassidy Uscilowski                Rachel’s Challenge exists to equip and inspire individuals to replace acts of violence, bullying, and negativity with acts of respect, kindness, and compassion. Rachel’s Challenge is based on the life and writings of Rachel Joy Scott who was the first victim of the Columbine school shootings in 1999.Through her example, Rachel’s Challenge is making a positive impact in the lives of millions of people every year.

The five challenges include:  Dream Big and Believe in Yourself, Be Kind to Others, Practice Positive Gossip, Show Appreciation to Those You Love & Be the Answer.

Future Farmers of America……………………..Kelly Vaughan                         FFA Blog

History Club………………………………………………Ruth Judd & Sara Coan  History Club Blog

James Farmer Scholars Program……………Phyllis Lamar                      JFSP Blog

Junior BETA Club………………………….Sharon Rachanow & Trier Forseth  Junior BETA Club Blog

K-Klub…………………………………………………….Ruth Judd                                            The K-Klub meets to discuss and learn about K-dramas(Korean television), K-pop, Korean history and culture.  The club also studies Hangul, the Korean alphabet created by King Sejong.  This year the K-Klub will be entering an essay contest on King Sejong Korea’s greatest king from the Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project.

National Junior Honor Society…………….Shermeka Baker-Latney    NJHS Blog

S.T.E.M.…………………………………………. Jaime Harnden                                      The S.T.E.M. Team is for students in grades 6-8 at all abilities levels.  The goal is to increase critical thinking skills of each student through hands-on projects and challenges.  Students work in teams to explore a problem presented to them. The team also competes in local competitions.

Step Team………………………………………… Deborah Franklin & Sade Holmes

Student Council Association…………..Kelly Vaughan & David Fielding

Technology Student Association…………….William Fields                        The Technology Student Association is an organization that promotes Technology Education. Members participate in STEM activities, develop leadership skills, practice teamwork, and have the opportunity to compete in Regional and State events.  Competitive events that students can prepare for include coding, flight, computer aided drawing, digital photography, video game creation, STEM animation, and much more. The CMS TSA meets every other Wednesday.

Tri-M Music Honor Society……………………….. David Fielding                      The Tri-M Music Honor Society is a program of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), which focuses on creating future leaders in music education and music advocacy.  Tri-M is the only music honor society for junior/middle school and high school students in the country. It recognizes students that have gone above and beyond both academically and musically.  Tri-M also provides students leadership opportunities to make a difference in their community through music-based service projects. There are more than 2,100 chapters across 50 states and 15 countries. Tri-M involves more than 84,000 students in grades 6-12.  Each year, student members contribute more than 750,000 service hours to their school and local communities and raise nearly $1 million for causes they care about.

Yearbook………………………………………………………. Nichelle Wright