Clubs & Activities
Faculty Sponsor(s): Ms. Aristilde & Ms. Atkins
Meeting Information: Thursdays once a month; A wing room 1.247
Purpose: To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership
Dues/Membership: Yes; students must maintain a minimum of 4 As and 2 Bs as well as positive conduct
Creekland "Talk to the HAND" Sign Language Club
Faculty Sponsor(s): Ms. McBryde, Ms. Clyne & Ms. Drummond-Carey
Meeting Information: Twice a month on Tuesdays 4:30-5:45 pm beginning October 20th in the SOARbucks Cafe
Purpose: The Creekland Middle School Sign Language Club (T3H) works to increase awareness of American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf Culture in our school and community. We offer a welcoming environment to all those who desire to learn or improve their signing skills through practice, lessons, activities, interaction, and performances, while developing relationships in the community.
Dues/Membership: Yes; must attend meetings regularly
Eagles Girl Talk
Faculty Sponsor(s): Ms. Lisa Joiner
Meeting Information: 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month in room 1.077 E wing (when not digital)
Purpose: To help all girls live confidently, lead fearlessly, and grow into women who support and encourage one another
Faculty Sponsor(s): Ms. Krohnert & Mr. Gorski
Meeting Information: Thursdays 8 am; room 1.384; most meeting will be virtual
Purpose: Future Business Leaders of America
Faculty Sponsor(s): Mr. Grizzard & Mr. Shaver
Meeting Information: Weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:30-5:15 pm in room 1.364 B wing
Purpose: To promote physical fitness and comradery among students and staff
Dues/Membership: No; completed permission slip and physical form; must follow teacher directions
Faculty Sponsor(s): Mr. Costantino
Meeting Information: Thursdays 4-4:30; room 1.243
Purpose: To promote student leadership among the student body of Creekland Middle School. We want to inspire and empower others. We will make positive changes within our school and community. We will encourage others to be leaders. We will welcome differences and diversity. We will work hard to improve ourselves, our school and our community.
Dues/Membership: No; be on time, respect everyone incolved, and follow directions of the teacher
CMS Student Clubs and Extracurricular Activities
Parents: Please review the information in this document. If there is an activity in which you do not wish for your child to participate, please go to your Gwinnett County Public Schools, Student/Parent Handbook, Grades 4-12, 2020-2021, and return the completed form to your child’s homeroom teacher.
It is our pleasure to offer the activities listed. Please encourage your child to review the activities with you to see if there are opportunities they would enjoy.