Band and Chorus provides students with the opportunity to be a positively contributing member of performing ensembles. Through the study and performance of music, students gain valuable life experience that leads to academic, social, emotional, and artistic growth. Students who wish to enroll in these programs need to be prepared to demonstrate respect, responsibility, and accountability at all times. These qualities support high-level thinking and learning at individual and group levels, as well as an accelerated and enriching standards-based curricular experience for all students.
Band and Chorus Director: Jarret Hall | email@example.com
Business Professionals of America (BPA) gives students across the country the opportunity to develop, lead and compete as they prepare for careers in today’s modern business environment.
Business Professionals of America is the premier CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization) for students pursuing careers in business management, information technology, finance, office administration and other related career fields.
The Debate Club is a chance for sixth graders to learn and practice the skills of debate and research. These skills will be applied to small debates and a longer debate project students will work on over the course of many meetings.
We will meet during the school day once in a while and we will meet after school on the following dates:
September 28, October 26, November 30, December 7, January 11, January 25, February 1
The club will run from 2:15 - 3:15 PM. Transportation is not provided by the school. Parents will be responsible for transportation. Students who normally walk home from school may walk home after the Debate Club with parent approval. Students who are picked up late more than two times will be asked to leave the GMS Debate Club.
Debate Club Advisor: Elizabeth Walter | firstname.lastname@example.org
Nation Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is a top honor for academic performance and leadership. Students in NJHS have opportunities to serve their community through school-wide and district-wide programs such as: welcoming new students, working the school store, helping with elementary field days, assisting with community events and parent nights, selling tickets to school dance fundraisers, organizing recycling programs for the school. As a part of the honor society, students can also help to plan future events around their interests. This not only benefitsthe school and community, but these opportunities look great on job, scholarship and college applications for students.
7th Grade: Angela Wilson | email@example.com