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Lanier Middle School Clubs

  • Art Club

    Sponsors: Annie Park 

    paintActivities: Art Club is for any student who would like to learn about creative processes-Digital drawings, Jewelry Making and Animation sketches and film viewing. Minimal supplies will be required for this club. Students will be designing their own visual journals! 
    Meeting days:The club will meet on designated Tuesday mornings between 8:15 AM to 9:00 AM in the Art Room (1.276). 
    Affiliated with: Lanier Art Club is affiliated with GAEA.

  • Beta Club

    Sponsor:  Elza James, Rebekah Spratlin & Kellie Yockey

    Activities:  School Garden, Ronald McDonald House Charity, and 2 other volunteer projects chosen by the 2021-22 Beta ClubBeta Club
    Mission:  To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership among middle school students.  To reward meritorious achievement and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school. Meetings will begin after Labor Day.  
    Meeting days:  Wednesday at 8:15  1.176 (Spratlin)
    Affiliated with:  National Beta

  • Chess Club

    Sponsors Mr. Ragsdale

    Activities: Chess puzzles and analysis of famous grandmaster games... 
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    Training for beginners is available
    MissionThe vision of the Lanier Knights Chess Club is to develop important problem solving skills in our students while providing a fun, competitive, and engaging atmosphere that encourages cooperation and friendship.  The Chess Club is designed to nurture critical thought in young minds while teaching students how to communicate and execute complex ideas.  While doing so, the Chess Club will foster a healthy sense of sportsmanship that will prepare students to succeed in life. This is an inclusive club that aims to incorporate students throughout Lanier.
    Meeting DaysThursday mornings 8:15 - 8:50 in the Clubhouse room 1.532 (6th grade floor)  

  • Conflict Club

    Sponsor: Karla Manners   

    Activities: We will plan activities to educate students about different ways to settle disputes including possible guest speakers via zoom and role playsconflict resolution
    Mission/Purpose - to introduce students to the various alternative dispute resolution mechanisms
    Meeting Days: Club will meet every other Thursday morning

  • Culture Club

    Sponsors: Karla Manners & Rebekah Spratlin

    Activities: We will plan activities to recognize holidays/key celebrations for the different cultures in our school communityculture
    Mission/Purpose - to celebrate understanding and harmony of the multiple cultures in our school community
    Meeting Days: Club will meet every other Thursday morning
    Affiliated with: No national, state, or local affiliation

  • Drama Club

    Sponsor: Nick Elliott 

    The purpose of Drama Club is to encourage students to think outside of the box, push individualDarma boundaries, and become more confident performers.  Members will improve their social skills and develop leadership skills.  They will also become more adept at collaboration.  We will be putting on a small production in early December, and (depending on interest), a musical in the spring. 
    Meetings will be Wednesdays afternoons starting after Labor Day, from 4:15 - 5:30, in the Media Center, 

    When the Drama Club is putting on a show, students will be required to meet more often for rehearsals 

  • Environmental Club

    Sponsor: Chap Shearouse

    Activities: Our focus will be to engage students in discussions of environmental issues and offer students a platform for engagement in education, conservation and stewardship projects.

    As students become more knowledgeable about the issues in our community, the goal is to help them to facilitate change, through educating their peers, parents and community members, through Public Service Announcements, educational campaigns, and possible service projects.green earth
    Come and get involved in making the world a better place for all!!!
    Misson: The mission of our Longhorn Environmental Club is to promote stewardship, service, and conservation in our school, our community, and our world through education, awareness, and action.
    Meeting Days: Wednesday mornings (8: 15 to 9:00) in Ms. Higgins Lab (1.467) 7th grade floor.

    Dues: To be determined to cover costs of Club T-shirts and other club supplies.
    Note: Due to Covid protocols, we will NOT have any hands on recycling activities.

  • FCA | Ignite Club

    Sponsors: Carla Youmans & Andy Armstrong from Sugar Hill Church

    FCA
    Activities - Food, Games, and an Inspirational Speaker to encourage you!
    Mission: To be an encouraging group of LMS students that gather to learn more and develop a growing relationship with Christ

    Affiliated with: FCA 
    Meeting Date(s): 2nd Wednesday of every month.

  • Intramurals

    Sponsors: Coach Nicholson & Coach Rabek

    Intramurals Club is a great opportunity for students to have fun and be active before school. Under the supervision of a certified teacher, students will have the opportunity to play basketball, soccer or badminton.  Intramural sports
    Students can participate in as many or as few sessions as is convenient; they are not required to attend every session.  Students are not required to be in the gym right at 8:05, but they MUST arrive by 8:10 in order to be placed on a team. 

    Students MUST turn in a permission form before being allowed to participate.

    Fall Session 

    September 7th - Oct. 29th

    Required Permission Form to be turned in to Coach Nicholoson or Coach Rabek before you can participate.

  • Kindness Club

    Sponsor - Janan Olsen

    Mission/Purpose: 

    Championing kindness is cool! We are on a mission to initiate the spread of kindness around the world. Community spread is the best way to ensure everyone is impacted by kindness, and we have many initiatives planned for this year that include affecting our local school, local community, our nation, and even on a global level, the world.Kindness
    Description of Planned Activities:                                      GLOBAL – Shoeboxes for Children Around the World (If available, students may sign up to volunteer at Shoebox Distributing Center in Duluth, GA – Date TBD)
    COUNTY-WIDE COMMUNITY – School/Student Needs For Food Over Holidays and Summer (GCPS Students) via KnockOutHunger.com
    COMMUNITY – North Gwinnett Co-Op Food Collections (Virtual and In-Person)
    LOCAL – Encouragement, affirmation, and assistance to our students, teachers, admin, and staff

    Local, State, National Affiliations: 

    Samaritan's Purse; KnockoutHunger.com; North Gwinnett Co-Op

    Meeting Days/Times: 

    Weekly on Thursday mornings at 8:15 AM - 8:50 AM

     

  • Origami - Anime - Cartooning Club

    Sponsors: Mr. Ragsdale

    Activities: Club members will be able to create, teach others, and share ideas regarding any of the three areas.   swan
    MISSION:The vision of the Origami, Anime, and Cartooning Club is to develop creativity in a fun, and engaging atmosphere that encourages cooperation and friendship.  

    This is an inclusive club that aims to incorporate students throughout Lanier.
    Club Meeting times and LocationMonday mornings 8:15 - 8:50 in the Clubhouse room 1.532 (6th grade floor) 

  • Reader's Rally

    Sponsors: Carla Youmans

    Mission: to provide students who love to read an opportunity to meet with other readers and have an opportunity to compete at the district level.

     Reader's RallyMeets in Mrs. Youmans' room (8th grade hall) the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month before school at 8:15-8:45.  

  • Science Fair Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. Hall

    Activities: Science Fair Club will meet once a week in the morning to provide extra help and teacherDNA molecule guidance to  students regarding science fair projects. This is open to students who are required to complete Science Fair for a grade and to those who would like to participate on a voluntary basis. Students will receive assistance with experimental design and paperwork during club meetings. Students will receive guidance in order to participate in the local school science fair in January with the option to move on to the Gwinnett Science & Engineering Fair in February based on scores locally.
    Mission: To promote and develop scientific inquiry skills and student-driven innovation projects in a competitive environment.
    Meeting Days: Monday at 8:15 am, Room 1.546 (Hall)
    Affiliated With: Gwinnett Science & Engineering Fair



  • Soccer Club

    Coaches: Kellie Yockey & Shawn Davies Soccer ball

    Purpose:  The purpose of the soccer club is to be used as a pilot program to get soccer as a sanctioned sport in Gwinnett County schools. Therefore, this team requires tryouts and where games are played against other middle schools finishing the season with a county tournament. Our mission is to grow our players not only individually but as a team as well.
    Tryout dates:   Tryouts begin Nov. 29th
    Players will have to pay for jerseys and tournament fees, Amount of money-TBA
    Practices will be in the morning @ 8:15 AM, girls practice on Mondays and Wednesdays, boys practice Tuesdays and Thursdays. We will practice half the time on the field and half in the gym. Games will be Saturday mornings and after school.
    Affiliations: We are affiliated with Gwinnett County: The Futbol Classic tournament that is hosted at Bryson Park in Lilburn, GA by Michael Spivey








                           

                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                  
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  • STEM Bots Club

    Sponsors: Michele Langhans, Jim Mitchell

    Mission: Lanier Middle School’s STEMbots mission is to introduce students to the world of robotics,FTC using STEM skills and teamwork. 
    Purpose:  The purpose of STEMbots is to develop STEM skills and practice engineering principles while realizing the value of hard work, innovation, and working as a team. 
    Planned Activities:   Building, coding and competing will be a part of our club. More information to come regarding competitions as it gets released. Watch this
    Local and State Affiliations: Vex IQ and First Technology Challenge (FTC)Vex IQ
    Sponsors: Michele Langhans, Jim Mitchell
    Meeting Days: Tuesday and Thursday at 4:15 PM - 6 PM in Mr. Mitchell's room 

     

     

  • Student Council

    Sponsors: Lacy Stuart, Karen Jones, Shannon Rolin, Cody Garrett

    Activities: Mock Elections, Red Ribbon Week, TBD

    Mission: The Student Council at Lanier Middle School provides an opportunity for students from all grade levels to participate in-service and school-spirit activities. The Council meets regularly to vote on school-wide activities and to provide student input. Election of officers is held each fall and officers are selected from qualified students as follows:

    1. Eighth Grade - President & Treasurer Student council
    2. Seventh Grade - Vice President
    3. Sixth Grade - Secretary

    Purpose
    1. Promote citizenship and civic engagement to prepare articulate citizens and leaders.
    2. Promote leadership.
    3. Promote school cluster engagement.
    4. Expose, develop, and apply the three foundational principles of citizenship in the United States; Rights, Responsibilities, and Respect.
    Meeting Times: second and fourth Thursday of every month @ 8:15

Last Modified on December 14, 2021