*Junior Achievement After School program. JAMS
*Junior Achievement of Georgia.
Mr. Christian Cali
Ms. Ida Brown
Mrs. Giselle Wyley
Mrs. Luz Thompson
*Thursdays 4:15 pm. to 5:45 p.m September 4th, 11th,
25th. October 2nd,9th, 16th and 30th.
*JAMS is a multi-year after school program for 6-8th grades.
Volunteers facilitate lessons that engage students in education, preparing them for success in middle school and
Every other Wednesday
Students can join art club to try new methods of creating art using
a variety of art media! They will participate in art shows and
contests. The art club also takes a fieldtrip to the High Museum of
Art. Students who join art club have to chance to use their
creativity and imagination.
Meetings are held every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of
the month from 4:30
p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
The Campbell’s Builder’s Club is a student-led organization that
teaches leadership skills through service to others in our school,
community, and around the world.
4:30p.m.-5:30 Subject to change upon student availability
The Campbell Fiddlers is a performance group that consists of 7th
and 8th grade orchestra students. Students learn
many performance techniques through the use of Scottish and Irish
folk tunes. Students are exposed to multicultural music while
learning improvisation and memorization skills. Students will
have many performance opportunities throughout the year.
Time: Monday, Thursday 8:00-8:55
The Campbell Chamber Orchestra is an audition only group that
consists of select 7th and 8th graders.
Students will learn advanced techniques that are not covered in
daily orchestra class. They will also learn leadership
techniques that will help them to be section leaders in their daily
orchestra class. Students will be responsible for learning
their grade level repertoire as well as music required for Chamber
Orchestra. Students will have many performance opportunities
throughout the year.
and time TBA
The drama club is a great place for students to learn about and
showcase their performance talents on stage.
Students will get the chance to develop skills in theater in
addition to auditions.
We will hold auditions to cast for plays or musicals, however no
previous experience is needed to join.
Elite Gentlemen's Club
Mr. Hall,Dr. Kutscher,
Mr. Jacobs Mr.
Howard, Ms. Ellis, Ms. Lucas
Time: Every Wednesday after school from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
One of the primary goals of Elite Gentlemen Club is
to provide support and activities to enhance academic
Gentlemen's Club Application
Every Thursday from 4:30-5:30
The French Club at Campbell Middle School will seek to promote
the French language and culture as language B within
the IB framework. Club activities will be an extension to the
course work taught in class and will attempt to incorporate and
promote the French language outside of the walls of the
classroom setting. We will seek to establish a "French
Presence" throughout the building through cross curricular
activities with core and connections classes.
Ms. Gorrell, Ms.
Lester, and Mrs. Valencia
Meeting Times: TBD
Campbell Youth Ambassador is a naturally helpful person who is
looking to grow their leadership skills while learning to help
others. You will serve as a role model at school as well as
throughout the community. Activities include:
skills to assist friends when needed
Counselors with events (JA Day, Career Day, Parent Night, etc.)
Time: Monday and Tuesday
The Jazz Band is a small ensemble made up of trumpets, saxophones,
trombones, and percussion.
The ensemble will play several styles of music and give
students more opportunities to perform outside of the normal
band class. Students
will explore jazz, swing, pop and other styles of music.
Junior Optimist Octagon International
The last Friday of each month
Junior Optimist Octagon International (JOOI) is the world's most
dynamic coalition of youth volunteers. JOOI members represent
the times well by making their communities better - one service
project at a time. With more than 15,500 members in more than
600 communities, JOOI members are constantly working to promote
positive change in their communities.
Meeting Times Vary
The CMS LEGO Robotics Team competes under the First Lego League
(FLL). FLL is a
global robotics program where teams research and solve a
real-world problem based on the challenge theme. The team
presents their research and solutions to members of the
community and during competition. The team also builds an
autonomous robot and competes with other teams. Team work and
“gracious professionalism” are the focus. Students must apply to
Mrs. Dubick, Mr. Wilbanks, Mr. Urban, and Ms. Hedlund
Time : 2nd and 4th Tuesday
4:30 - 5:30
Marcia Powell, Luella Jacobs, Brenda Sellers,
Chaundra Parker, Caroline Harris, Dawn Archie, and Kerrie Porter
and multi-ethnic girls club at Campbell Middle School that
consists of young ladies with diverse interests who are
enthusiastic, motivated, and committed to making themselves
strong independent thinkers. The girls participate in
various activities which include proper table etiquette, field
trips, dealing with interpersonal relationships, motivational
speakers, and personal health and hygiene.
National Junior Honor
Time: We meet in the morning at 8 a.m. once a month.
In order to apply for membership into the
Campbell Middle International Baccalaureate World School Chapter
of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS), students must meet
the qualifications listed below for the first AND second nine
week grading periods during the 2013-2014 school year:
and 1 B, or
and 2 B’s
all S’s in conduct with no ISS or OSS infractions.
Ms. Peek, Ms. Aughey,
Mrs. Rethman, Ms. Collins
Time: 4:30 - 5:30 1st Wednesday of
The Campbell Middle
School Outdoor Adventure Club offers students a chance to
observe first-hand the wonders of nature. Our staff will help
facilitate and supervise all outings. The experience this club
offers whether it's hiking, rock climbing or camping will be
unforgettable and eye opening.
Starting on 8-26
The Reading Bowl Team is a hard-working,
competitive group whose members love to read. Competitions are
based on the current 20 GA Book Award Nominees. Weekly
practices during the Fall prepare students for competitions
during the Winter. Parent volunteers welcome
Meeting Time: Every
Wednesday from 4:30 -6:00
The CMS Science Olympiad team competes in
23 different events at competition each year. The events range
from anatomy to “rotor egg drop”. Problem solving aspects of
science and the understanding of science concepts are
Students must apply to the team.
The Relay Club is geared towards promoting cancer awareness and
education. The club also helps put together a community
event at the end of the year with proceeds going to the American