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PMMS Clubs

 
  Looking for something fun to do at school?
Consider joining a club!
 

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International Culture and Cuisine Club

 

To share and discover food, music, language and ideas from around the world. Come eat, talk, laugh and learn!

The club will meet Oct. 3, Oct. 24, Nov. 7, Nov. 21, and Dec. 5 from 4:15 to 5:15pm in Ms. Skow's room 1702.

 Ms. Skow

OtaClub: The Anime and Manga Club

Join fellow fans in watching Anime, sharing Japanese Snacks, and trading your old Manga with others. Meetings: Twice a month on Monday afternoon from 4:30 to 5:30 with Ms. Wilbur in room 1713.

Ms. Wilbur

 

 


 

 

Media Mustangs

This program is an opportunity for students who enjoy working in the Media Center. Responsibilities include shelving books, maintaining Media Center computers, updating the daily closed circuit Power Point slideshow, and more! Applications are taken in August and January; members must maintain a B average and all satisfactory conduct grades. Training is provided.

Ms. Harris and Ms. Terschan

 

 

 

 

News Team

The News Team delivers the daily morning announcements. Applications are accepted in late spring for the upcoming school year. An interview/audition process is required and students must maintain high academic and conduct grades in all classes. Once accepted to the news team, students are trained in all aspects of the morning television broadcast.  Students will be asked to arrive before school for set-up and training purposes. Students must have transportation to arrive before school (8:30am) on their assigned day.

Ms. Harris

 

 


FLY (Front Line Youth)

FLY stands for: Front Line Youth. FLY is a club open to all students that encourages them to take their place on the front line of issues that youths face in middle school. It is sponsored by North Star Church and it has a Bible study component that meets on Wednesdays. There is also an active component where students are encouraged to play sports, learn leadership skills, and discuss problems that middle schoolers face on every other Friday. We look forward to seeing you.

Ms. Taylor