Clubs

Clubs

Mead Middle School is an EXCEL (EXtra -Curricular Engagement and Learning) focus school. Through funds made available by the Mill Levy Override, Mead Middle School has added additional clubs to our already extensive after school offerings. We have attempted to spread these clubs out over the year or have them meet on different days so there is reduced overlap with current clubs. That being said, there are only so many days in a year and if students want to join multiple clubs, they may have to make some choices. Encourage your student to get involved!

Mead Middle School is proud to announce the first year of The 100 Mile Club.

Students will work with materials different from regular art class. There will be multiple projects throughout the year.

You have the opportunity to compete in races as a team, and against other teams in the district and around the state:

The Dawg Pound is Mead Middle Schools spirit club. It provides support to our student body, athletic teams, and supports many community outreach programs.

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In Geography club students will work in teams to study and practice for the district G

Homework club is designed for students who would benefit from a structured time and place to work on homework with support from staff.

Mead Middle School Jazz Band is a club designed to allow 7th and 8th grade students to rehearse and perform music related to the jazz/pop field.

The MATHCOUNTS Competition Program provides the extra incentive and the perfect atmosphere for students to push themselves to achieve more in mathematics.

Students will learn how to use and manipulate the settings of an SLR camera and digital cameras. Students will learn how to create and design a successful photograph.

The Junior Solar Sprint competition is to design and build a vehicle that will complete a race in the shortest possible time using the available power.

We will meet with a variety of scientists and explore the type of tools they use for data collection and analysis!

Play awesome board and card games with your friends and learn about strategy, critical

A year long club that focuses on school and community oriented projects, fundraisers, etc. A good chance to develop and improve communication and leadership skills.

Tennis club begins in the spring, usually the end of March or beginning of April depending on the weather.  Information with specific dates will e in the newsletter prior to the start day.

Thespian Club will meet every Monday during Quarter 3.  We will meet on the stage for acting exercises including creative imagination, pantomime and improvisation.