• Anime Club

    Anime Club

     

    Club Sponsor/s: Melissa Fargason, Andrea Huskey, and Grace Kim 

    Brief Explanation of the Club: An anime club is an organization that meets to discuss, show, and promote anime in a local community setting and can also focus on broadening Japanese cultural understanding.

    Meeting Start Date: September 2rd @ 4:30 - 5:30

    Meeting Dates and Times: First Thursday of every month from 4:30 to 5:30

    Specific Directions for Student Sign Up: Google Form

  • Comet Modellers

    Comet Modellers

    Advisor(s): Mr. Wolfe

    Purpose: To incite an interest in history and science through the construction of historical and fictional subjects. Additionally, research and artistic skills will be developed and enhanced.

    Meetings: Friday mornings at 8:00 AM in Mr. Wolfe's room, 1.279.

    Activities:

    Include but are not limited to Basic building skills:

    • seam filling
    • brush painting
    • detailing
    • airbrushing
    • weathering

    Affiliations: No affiliation.

  • Comet News Crew

    Comet News Crew

    Club Sponsor/s: Ms. Dauge and Mr. Gorgans

    Brief Explanation of the Club: VPC runs the morning announcements and helps train students on AV equipment. Whether you enjoy being on camera, or prefer to help behind the scenes, come join us as we keep the student body informed on everything happening around GSMS!

    Meeting Dates and Times: During homeroom (and before or after school, as needed for recording)

    Specific Directions for Student Sign Up: See Mr. Gorgans or Ms. Houston in the Media Center

  • Environmental Club

    GSMS Community Garden/Environmental Club

    Club Sponsor/s: Stacy Madison and Theresa Holmes

    Brief Explanation of the Club: In conjunction with the environmental club, the Garden Club will plant and harvest the community garden

    Meeting Dates and Times: 

    Specific Directions for Student Sign Up: 

  • Girls on a Mission

    Girls on a Mission

    Club Sponsor/s: Madison, Shaw, Fountain, Taylor, Alston

    Brief Explanation of the Club: GOAM is a mission-driven club for young ladies at GSMS. We believe in servant leadership and will assist the school with mission projects for the community at large

    Meeting Dates and Times: 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month

    Specific Directions for Student Sign Up: Students need to attend interest meeting and create their own personal mission

  • JLC Raiders and JLC Drill Team

    JLC Raiders and JLC Drill Team

    Name of the Club: JLC Raiders and JLC Drill Team/Color Guard

    Club Sponsor/s: SFC Edward Boyd, Shanelle Pagan (Co-Sponsor)

    Brief Explanation of the Club:  Raiders- Junior Leadership physical fitness competition team, Drill Team- Junior Leadership formal drill competition team

    Meeting Dates and Times: Raider practice: Wednesday 4:30-6:00, Drill/Color Guard practice: Thursday 4:30-6:00 at Magill Elementary 1st Gym

    Specific Directions for Student Sign Up: We will send a permission form home with interested JLC students

  • Peer Leaders

    Peer Leaders

    Name of the Club: Peer Leader Club 

    Club Sponsor/s: Langdon

    Brief Explanation of the Club: Peer Leaders is a club where students are selected in the 7th grade. Students must pass all of academic classes, and have little to zero behavioral infractions. Peer Leaders attend a county wide Peer Leader Conference, assist with rising 6th grade visits and 8th grade week. Peer Leaders are also active in delivering advisement lessons to the 6th grade homerooms, as well managing their Peer Leader website for Grace Snell Family. 

    Meeting Dates and Times: Once a month during connections, with added meetings as needed throughout the school year. 

    Specific Directions for Student Sign Up: CLUB IS CLOSED TO NEW MEMBERS- STUDENTS ARE SELECTED IN 7th GRADE. CURRENT 7th GRADERS INTERESTED IN PEER LEADERS CAN LOOK FOR INFO ON APPLYING IN SEMESTER 2. 

  • Readers' Rally

    Readers' Rally

    Name of the Club: Readers Rally

    Club Sponsor/s: Benjamin Beitzel, Megan Reiter, and Katrina Shaw

    Brief Explanation of the Club: A reading competition where students read books and compete against other schools.

    Meeting Dates and Times: Every other Thursday at 8:15 a.m. in the Media Center

    Specific Directions for Student Sign Up: Attend first meeting


  • Strategist Club

    Strategist Club

    Advisor(s): Mr. Wolfe

    Purpose: To incite an interest in history and critical thinking through the playing of historical and fictional board/miniature/classic games. Additionally, research and artistic skills will be developed and enhanced.

    Meetings: 4:30PM-6:30PM on the first Wednesday of the month in Mr. Wolfe's room, 1.279. Additional days may be added depending on interest.

    Activities: Some potential activities include:

    • Critical thinking skills
    • Understanding of political and physical features of various maps/game boards
    • Math skills
    • Traditional games such as chess and checkers
    • Experiencing history through minature and board wargames
    • Cooperative learning opportunities

    Affiliations: None.

  • Student Council

    Student Council

    Club Sponsor/s: Dr. Brougton, Ms. Burkett, Ms. Mayes, Dr. West

    Brief Explanation of the Club: The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership skills by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body.

    Meeting Dates and Times: 3rd & 4th Thursday 4:30PM-5:45PM

    Specific Directions for Student Sign Up: Currently closed. Applications each September.