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4-H Club

Kerry Frick
Alana Willingham

While working under the guidelines of the renowned 4-H Clubs in America, we will give opportunities where youth can reach their full potential, working and learning in partnership with caring adults. To find out more information, please visit the national website at about 4-H.

Academic Team

Janna Richardson
Kristin Caughman

The Academic Team is a game in which two teams compete head-to-head to answer questions from all areas of knowledge including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, sports, and popular culture.

The defining feature of this team is the use of a “buzzer system” (or, more formally, a “lockout device”) that lets players interrupt the reading of a question when they know the answer. That element adds a dimension of confidence, anticipation, and rapid recall to what is primarily a game about knowing facts. Those “tossup” questions are answered individually, but doing so earns one’s team a chance at a multipart “bonus” question. Bonus questions are worth more points and allow collaboration, but are generally more difficult.

Organized team competitions are available in most states and at most grade levels; it is particularly popular at the high school and college level, though middle school, elementary school, and community college events exist as well.

Archery

Wendy Shealy
Mike Schaeffer

The mission of National Archery in the Schools Program is to promote international-style target archery as part of the in-school curriculum, to improve educational performance and participation in the shooting sports among students in grades 4-12. Students must attend the safety training in order to participate in the archery club.

Art Club

Abigail Nix

The mission of the Art Club is to promote and enhance student's varied artistic abilities using different modalities of mediums.

Basketball Club

Ethan Campbell
Kerry Stribble

This club is a part of the original Sports Club but will only focus on learning the fundamentals of basketball.

Board Game Club

Tara Ussery

This club is geared towards students who have an interest in board games that provide learning opportunities, enhance social skills, teach critical thinking, and logical reasoning.

Book Club

Suzanne Dippel

Students interested in reading meet once a month to discuss and collectively share the joy of reading.

Bulletin Board Club

Heather Studer
Stacey Templin

Students will give input on themes for bulletin boards around the school and then create them.

Cards Club

Mahalia Schumpert

Students will learn various card games that teach higher order thinking and strategies for solving problems.

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Cooking Club

Lori Frampton
Kim Werts

Cooking Club is an organization that will provide students an opportunity to learn about healthy, nutritional meal planning and the importance of eating/cooking right!

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Jurgen Schnackenberg

Students will learn the popular game of corn hole.

Craft Club

Honey Wilson
Sharon Derrick

Crafts Club provides students with an opportunity to create a variety of crafts based on student interests.

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Drama Club

Abigail Sease

Christina Hatch

Students will learn the fundamentals of a drama production. They will assist in producing MCMS's theater production. This club is for those who love the stage or the behind the scenes action.

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Exercise Club


Students will learn various exercises and ways to stay healthy.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Brady Hanes (803)364-3634
Rita Dickert
(803)364-3634

FCA is an organization for student athletes and other students who want to promote their faith to the school community. Activities are student generated and student led. This is a good way to share your faith and participate with other Christians.

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Flag Football

Jared Jones
Erik Barber

Students will learn the fundamentals of the popular game flag football.

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Gardening Club

Emily Owen

Students will focus on the planting and upkeep of a garden at the school

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Jr. Beta Club

(803) 364-3634

The Jr. Beta Club is a national organization that includes students in grades 5 through 9. The Jr. Beta Club believes that creditable student effort and achievement should be encouraged and rewarded and seeks to cultivate the ideals of service and leadership in our citizens of tomorrow. Mid-Carolina Middle School currently has 150 members in grades 7 and 8. The purpose of the Mid-Carolina Middle School Jr. Beta Club is to promote the four ideals of scholarship, leadership, character, and service.

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Congratulations to the MCMS Beta Club on bringing home 9 state awards from the SC Jr. Beta Club Convention. The following received an award and invitation to Beta Nationals in June in Oklahoma: 1st place 7th grade Math - Jack Gantt, 1st place 3 Dimensional Design - Ella Morales, Kendellin Haltiwanger, Rachel Redd, Hannah Hamilton, & Hannah Perkins, 2nd place Sculpture - Isabella Ferreira, 2nd place Digital photo - Emma Jacobs, 3rd place Speech - Lyle Fulmer, 3rd place Quiz Bowl - Katy Mae Crooks, Justin Smith, Madelyn Coker, & Jack Gantt, 4th place 7th grade Science - Gage Gilliam, 5th place Engineering - Ethan Lindler, Tyler Shell, Gage Gilliam, Jake Fulmer, Brady Davenport (alternates: Murray Johnson & Will Barnes), 5th place Campaign Skit- Matthew Moyd, Isabella Ferreira, Jennifer Shealy, Logan Stafford, Katy Mae Crooks, Nolan Palmore, Mia Russo, Alana Shealy, Michael Lindler, Brynn Thurman, Campbell Nolting, Emma Jacobs, Brennen Banks, Ethan Templin, Emily Haltiwanger, Kayden Beverly, Riley Peel, and Braeden Connelly. Rebel Proud!

Kickball Club

Dakota Elzy
Daniel Wicker

This club will focus on learning the fundamentals of kickball.

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Leading Ladies

Jessica Beam
Deedee Westwood

Leading Ladies are to promote positive self-awareness, create friendships and inspire ladies to be good role models in, and outside of school.

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Male Call

Eric Thompson
Jessica Beam

Male Call is to promote positive self-awareness, create friendships and inspire young men to be good role models in, and outside of school.

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Music Industry

Kristin Caughman

Students will learn fundamentals of the music industry.

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Painting Club

Renee Johnson
Rhonda Cannon

Students will learn the fundamentals of painting and create their own paintings.

Project Lead the Way- Gateway

This group focuses on the dynamics of Medical Detectives, Design & Modeling and Robotics.

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Rebel Ambassadors

Deedee Westwood

A Mid-Carolina Middle School Rebel Ambassador will perform responsibilities around the school to better enhance the vision and mission of MCMS. Rebel Ambassadors seek to be role models for other students and quality representative of our school. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to showing new students around the school, assisting teacher or other school staff, representing MCMS at official functions, etc.

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Rebelettes

Martina Wicker
Jessica Beam

Rebelettes are a school dance team that involves students from sixth, seventh and eighth grades to perform dance routines and support school spirit at events.

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Science Olympiad Team

Christy Lawson
Laura Adams

Science Olympiad is a state level competition hosted by Newberry College in January. Students meet weekly to prepare for events in Science content and engineering.

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STEAM Club

Cecilia Kelly
Christy Lawson

Students will do hands-on activities that incorporate Science, technology, engineering, art, and math.

Student Government Association

Candice Dixon
Stacey Coffman

Student Government works closely with the administration to address the needs and goals of MCMS and serves as the representative voice of the student body.

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Tennis Club

Les Arkin
Laura Adams

This club will focus on learning the fundamentals of tennis. Rackets will be provided but players are encouraged to bring their own.

Walking Club

Dena Pollard
Stacey Coffman

Students will walk on the track or in the gym for exercise

WMCMS Morning News Team

The WMCMS News Show provides the latest news and school happenings to the students and teachers of MCMS daily. The news crew is divided into 5 teams. These teams rotate throughout the school year, each one taking up a vital role in making sure the news goes off without a hitch!