Welcome to the SDMS Clubs Homepage!
Please see descriptions of all clubs currently offered below:
4H: What do you do in 4-H? Make new friends! Build leadership, public speaking and citizenship skills. Don't forget the contests: poster art, baking, collections and many more. We meet once a month in Ms. Rutherford's room (116). Click here for more information.
Art Club: Students who show strong performance in art class are invited to have dedicated time to work on personal projects using preferred mediums with individual tutoring from Mr. Peevely.
Beta Club: The National Beta Club is an organization that recognizes high academic achievement, promotes character, and social responsibility, encourages service involvement to their school and community, fosters leadership skills, and provides settings for your child to develop interpersonal relationship skills.
Cherokee Singers: Auditioned group of 7th and 8th Grade Chorus members.
Environmental Club: The club works to continue recycling at the school, enhance the school through gardening, educate the students and teachers on ways to save & conserve the environment.
Gaming Club: Video gaming club is for students who enjoy, you guessed it, video games! We play games on PlayStation, Xbox, switch, pc, and more! The club meets once a week and will begin in September. Bring your own games or wait for a turn on the teacher’s games. Interested students must have passing grades and have a ride home to attend.
Japanese Club: Students make sushi, manga, learn Japanese and more! Anyone intrigued is welcome to join! Contact Jen Sauer or CLICK HERE for more information
Korean Club: Students get to enjoy, celebrate, and share their love for K-Pop music. We will play games, make crafts, watch videos, and try new foods. For more information, please contact LeeAnne Crapo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ProjectLIT Book Club: The ProjectLIT Community, founded by Jared Amato and Maplewood High School students in Nashville, TN, aims to increase access to diverse books and promote a love of reading in schools and communities across the country. ProjectLIT aims to provide students with culturally relevant texts that include diverse characters, written by authors from diverse backgrounds. Click HERE for more information.
Project U: Student lead group that focuses on changing the climate and culture of SDMS. Contact Jessica Wellner for more information.
Robotics: Robotics club are challenged to design, build, program, and operate robots to compete in a head-to-head challenge in an alliance format. We are apart FIRST Tech Challenge and following there guidelines for the season. Interested in Joining? CLICK HERE
Shades of Development, After School Care:
Student Government (SGA): Students working together to solve issues in the school and out in our community. Contact Elizabeth Smith for more information.
Yoke: Fun, games, fellowship, and ministry for middle school students with area church leaders.