• Clubs and Activities
  • Joining a Club at FFMS

    Five Forks Middle school has a variety of clubs and activities for our students.  We encourage all students to get involved in at least one club or activity.  At FFMS we know that success in school spans more than just the academic day, it is also about making connections with friends and staff members that last a lifetime.  Participating in a club is not only fun, but it also helps to build valuable skills such as communication, leadership, collaboration, and more!  ​

    If you are interested in joining a club at FFMS, simply click the name of the club to the right to learn more.  You will find the sponsor names, meeting dates and times, who can join, and how to sign up for each club or activity.

     

  • 6th and 7th Grade Student Ambassadors

    Contact:

    Jenny Chapman, Eliza Boyce

    Description:

    The mission of a FFMS Student Ambassador is to make sure our school continues to be a welcoming, caring and inclusive environment. Student Ambassadors will:

    • Participate in several leadership and team-building training sessions.
    • Brainstorm, organize and lead community building events.
    • Provide support for newly enrolled students at FFMS.
    • Students will be selected through an application process. 

    Dates and

    For 6th grade, meetings are once a month on Tuesday mornings at 8:15. Meeting dates will be as follows:

    10/11, 11/29, 12/13, 01/17, 02/21, 03/14, 04/11 

    For 7th grade, meetings will be held once a month on Monday mornings at 8:15. 7th Grade Meeting Dates:

    10/10; 11/14; 12/12; 1/9; 2/13; 3/13; 4/17 

    Who Can Join:

    Students who are chosen through the application process.

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  • African American History and Culture Club

    Contact:

    Miyoshi Everett and Sherrie Hart

    Description:

    The purpose of the African American History and Culture Club (AAHCC) is to help students of all races celebrate, embrace, and expand their knowledge of African American history and culture. Our goal is to provide social support while fostering student development and success through the discussion of cultural awareness, leadership, and community service. Each meeting provides students with a safe place to talk about and share personal experiences as well as address and discuss cultural and social issues surrounding African Americans in our country. The club is open to all FFMS students who are interested in learning more about the history, traditions, and customs of African Americans.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Our club will meet on the second Friday of the month beginning on September 9th and ending on May12th.  We will meet in Mrs. Everett's room from 8:20am- 8:50am.

    Here are the dates we will meet: 9/22, 10/14, 11/11, 12/9, 1/13, 2/10, 3/10, 4/14, 5/12 

    Who Can Join:

    All students can join.

  • All Pro Dad/Five Forks Fathers

    Sponsors:  

    Andrew Whatley

    Description:

    An innovative program focusing on father and significant male involvement at The Very Best Middle School in Gwinnett County • To provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by our very presence that education is important • To enhance community involvement, school safety, and provide extra sets of eyes and ears Be sure to RSVP for each breakfast using the link in emails sent to parents.

    Dates/ Location Club Meets:

    All-Pro Dad will hosts meetings at 7:30 am on Thursdays in the FFMS Cafeteria on the following dates:

    September 1, 2022 
    October 13, 2022
    November 10, 2022
    December 8, 2022
    January 12, 2023
    February 2, 2023
    March 9, 2023

    Who Can Join:

    All Students and their families

  • Art Club

    Contact:

    Stephanie Birmingham and Tamara Griffin

    Description:

    Art club is a fun and creative activity to join! If you love art or just want to learn more about it this is the club for you. We meet before school once a month by grade level. You will get to create using paper, pencil, clay, paint, and so much more. No experience is required to join or work with us!

    Art club is a weekly club where students can experiment with different art forms, creativity, and show their talents. $10.00 to join to pay for materials and art club shirts.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    The Art Club will meet on every Friday in the Art Room from 8:15-9:00am on the following days:

    9/23, 9/30, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18, 12/2, 12/9, 12/16, 1/13, 1/20, 1/27, 2/10, 2/24, 3/3, 3/10, 324, 3/31, 4/14, 4/21, and 4/28

    Who Can Join:

    All students

  • Board Game Club

    Contact:

    Eric Morrow, Rory O'Connor ,Mr. Clinansmith Mr. Rogers, and Mr. Allen

    Description:

    A time to hang out with your friends and play some board games. From the classics like Scrabble, Battleship, Risk, or Life to some new games like Cat Lady and Codenames.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Board Game Club will begin on September 12th. We will meet one Monday a month after school until 5:30pm in Mr. Morrow's room. 

    Here are the meeting dates for Board Game Club:

    09/12, 10/03, 11/14, 12/05, 01/09, 02/06, 03/06, 04/17

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

  • Broncos C.A.R.E.

    Contact:

    Julianne Purnell, Graham Tucker, Aaron Wynia, and Sonya Hood

    Description:

    A club  to promote problem solving and teamwork.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    We will meet on Tuesdays at 8:15am in the Gym on the following dates:

    10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15, 11/29, 12/6, 12/13, 1/10, 1/17 1/24, 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2/21, 2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28, 4/11, 4/18, 4/25, 5/2, 5/9

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

  • Campus Thrive

    Contact:

    Pam Underwood, Scherrie Grim

    Description:

    Our goal at Campus Thrive is to empower middle school students to impact their communities. We use Biblical principles to increase the student's leadership capacity. With student's interests in mind, students are trained to lead worship, teach, share testimonies, and participate in games.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Campus Thrive meets on Fridays at 8:15am in the Chorus Room. Our first meeting is September 23rd.More dates to come for Second Semester.

    Meeting Dates: September 23, 30 October 14, 21, 28 November 4, 11, 18 December 2  

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

  • Chess Club

    Contact:

    Mujadilah Sanders and Candice DeBoer

    Description:

    The Chess Club is for beginners who do not know how the chess pieces move around the board all the way up to experts who have complex strategies. Participants can expect to engage in friendly competition against opponents of similar abilities.

    Playing chess helps to develop many mental skills that are useful in life, such as: logic, strategic and tactical thinking, planning and preparation, and problem-solving. Chess Club provides an opportunity to simply have fun playing the game and making friendships, while building these skills at the same time.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Chess Club will meet in Mrs.Sanders room at 8:15am (1.98) on the following dates. (every other week)

    9/13, 9/27, 10/11, 10/25, 11/15, 11/29, 12/13, 1/24, 2/7, 2/28, 3/14, 3/28, 4/18, 5/2

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

  • Chorale

    Contact:

    Allison Davis

    Description:

    A small ensemble of students passionate about chorus that want to learn more music outside of class!

    You must be in 7th or 8th grade, in chorus, in order to audition.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    FFMS Chorale will meet every Tuesday at 8:15am in the Chorus Room beginning August 16th and ending on May 2nd. 

    Who Can Join:

    You must be in 7th or 8th grade, in chorus, in order to audition.

  • Comic Book Club

    Contact:  

    Tony Cogan, Ethan Manley, Sonya Hood, Bridget Mauldin

    Description:

    There are a myriad of essential questions floating around the universe. What's the meaning of life? Why is Chikfila so delicious? The only truly essential question... Marvel or DC? Actually, they're both awesome! The Comic Book Club will meet to discuss all things comics; movies, current comics, classic story arcs from any and all comic publishers (as long as it is school appropriate, of course). Here's your chance to get together with like-minded people and talk about the stuff you love the most. We will even get into what it takes to write and/or draw comics at some point in the year. Come check it out. 'Nuff said!

    Click HERE to sign up!

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Comic Book Club will meet in Mr. Cogan's room @ 8:15am on the following dates:  (Fridays)

    9/9, 9/23, 10/14, 10/28, 11/4, 11/18, 12/2, 12/16, 1/13, 1/27, 2/24, 3/10, 3/24, 4/21, 5/12

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

    Click HERE to sign up!

  • DIY Club

    Contact:

    Jessica Smith, Jane Quig, Lindsey Gunter

    Description:

    We are unique craft club that explores a variety of craft techniques and projects each month. You can learn to craft in a friendly and relaxed environment. If you enjoy spending time on Pinterest researching new and exciting craft ideas then this is the club for you! We are open to all grade levels and would love for you to come join us!  We meet once a month on Friday's at 8:15 am. The cost is $10 a person to cover the cost of craft supplies. If you are interested in joining DIY club, come to our first meeting on 9/30 at 8:15 in Mrs. Smith's room.  All you need is the $10 to join!  

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    DIY Club will meet at 8:15am in Mrs. Smith's room on Friday mornings, once a month. We will begin meeting on September 24th and end on May 20th.

    DIYClub will meet at 8:15am in Mrs. Smiths' room on the following days: (once a month on Fridays)_

    9/30, 10/21, 11/18, 12/16, 1/27, 2/24, 3/24, 4/28 

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

  • Drama Club

    Contact:

    Kristen Knezevic, Stephanie Lacock, and Amy Davis

    Description:

    The Drama Club is a place to meet friends, experience music, theater and singing, and take a break from the stress of student life. We will encourage creativity and allow you to express what is important to you in the world of the performing arts. Brookwood HS theater students will be stopping by to teach us some theater games and share what it's like to be in Drama in High School, to help us be prepared for our end of the year presentation!
    That's when we'll learn songs from your favorite musicals!

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Drama Club will meet in Mrs. Lacock's Learning Cottage usually the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month (unless it is a holiday), from 4:15 - 5:00 pm.

    Drama Club Meeting Dates:

    Sept 26
    Oct 24
    Nov 14 and 28
    Dec 12
    Jan 9 and 23
    Feb 13 and 27
    March 13 and 27
    April 10 and 24
    May 8 and (TBD)

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

  • FBLA

    Contact:

    Harristina Stephens

    Description:

    Future Business Leaders of America is an organization that provides leadership skills for college and beyond. It prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experience.

    Go to FBLA-PBL.ORG or Georgia FBLA.org

    Students compete at the Regional, State and National level in areas such as Computer Science, just to name a few.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    FBLA will meet on Wednesdays and Fridays at 8:15am.  We will meet in either the cafeteria.  

    Who Can Join:

    All Students- must sign up via MyPaymentsPlus

  • Girl Talk

    Contact:

    Laura Ross

    Description:

    Girl Talk's mission is to inspire all girls to develop the confidence to lead by empowering one girl at a time. Girl Talk is supported by a staff advisor and lessons from Girl Talk curriculum are led by high school students who have worked with the staff advisor. High school leaders help support their middle school peers during these formative years at after school meetings. This is a safe space for all girls to share and gain perspective on common experiences that have the potential to make a permanent impact on their lives.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Girl Talk will meet twice a month on Tuesdays. Meetings from 4:15- 5:00pm in Mr. Linton's Classroom

    Sign up for Girl Talk

    Girl Talk will meet on the following dates: ** Please note NEW START DATE of 9/20!**

    09/20, 10/04, 10/18, 11/1, 11/29, 12/13, 1/10, 1/24, 2/7, 2/21, 3/7, 3/21, 4/11, 4/25, 5/16

    Who Can Join:

    All FFMS Girls

  • GSA

    Contact:

    Laura Ross and Mandy Newton

    Description:

    The FFMS GSA is open to all students. GSA or Gay-Straight Alliance is a student[run club that unites LGBTQ+ students and straight-ally students in a safe space to build community and organize around issues impacting them in their schools and communities to create a supportive environment for all. GSA meets twice a month after school.

    Sign Up Link

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    GSA will meet about every other Thursday from 4:15pm- 5:15pm starting September 22nd and ending on May 4th. GSA meeting dates are:. Sign-up for GSA at this link: Sign Up Link 

    Below are the meeting dates for GSA: September 22, October 13, November 3, November 17, December 1, December 15, January 5, January 19, February 2, February 23, March 16, and March 30 

    Who Can Join:

    All students

  • Honor Orchestra

    Contact:

    Alaina Morris

    Description:

    This is Five Forks’ best group of student orchestral musicians! Students are selected based on an audition. Honor Orchestra will have 2 concerts as well as other possible performance opportunities throughout the year. The group only rehearses once a week so attendance is vital. 

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Honor Orchestra will meet on Fridays in the Orchestra Room from 8:15- 9:00am. Orchestra club will begin meeting on October 12st and end on May 19th.

    Meeting dates:

    10/21, 10/28, 11/04, 11/11, 11/18, 12/2, 12/9, 1/13, 1/20, 1/27, 2/10, 2/24, 3/3, 3/24, 3/31, 4/14, 4/21, 4/28, 5/5, 5/12, 5/19

    Who Can Join:

    Orchestra students must audition for this club.

  • Intramurals

    Contact:

    Laura Lynn Massey and Julianne Purnell

    Description:

    We at Five Forks Middle School are happy to provide an intramural program for all 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students at no cost to you. The purpose of the program is to develop physical skills and help students learn about teamwork, sportsmanship, respect for others and the development of good self-esteem. "INTRAMURAL RULES

    1. Intramurals are open to all students that complete and turn in the registration form.
    2. Intramurals will be held after school from 4:15 until 5:45. 6th graders will meet on Monday, 7th graders on Tuesday, and 8th graders on Wednesday. Unless told otherwise for conflicting reasons about school functions.
    3. Participating students should notify/remind parents that they will be staying for intramurals on their designated day so that transportation home can be arranged.
    4. Parents should pick up their child on the side of the parking lot next to the gym. You will enter the school then turn left in front of the school. Then take a right to the side parking lot located next to the gym (teacher parking lot).
    5. Students must be picked up no later than 6:00 p.m. If a student begins to have a problem with on-time transportation, he or she may no longer be allowed to participate.
    6. Intramural participation is a privilege, so we expect all participants to exhibit good sportsmanship.
    and obey school rules. If meeting the rules and expectations of the program becomes an issue, a student will not be allowed to participate.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Intramurals will meet in the gym from 4:15- 5:45pm. Intramurals will begin on September 6th.

    We will have intramurals prior to FFMS basketball season and then after the basketball season is over. 6th Grade will typically meet on Monday unless noted, 7th grade will typically meet on Tuesdays unless noted, and 8th grade will typically meet on Wednesdays unless noted.

    Meeting Dates:

    6th grade: **Except for the very first meeting, all dates are on Mondays!! 9/8( Thursday), 9/12, 9/19, 9/26, 10/3, 2/6, 2/13, 2/27, 3/6, 3/13, 3/20, 3/27, 4/10, 4/17, 4/24

    7th grade: **All on Tuesdays!! 09/6, 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 2/7, 2/14, 2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28, 4/11, 4/18, 4/25

    8th grade: **All dates on Wednesdays except when noted!! 9/7, 9/14, 9/21, 9/28, 10/4(tuesday), 2/8, 2/14 (tuesday), 2/28 (tuesday), 3/8, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29, 4/12, 4/19, 4/26

    Click here to sign up! - SIGN UPS FOR FALL ARE NOW CLOSED (another sign up will open in the Spring)

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

    Click here to sign up! - SIGN UPS FOR FALL ARE NOW CLOSED

  • Jr. BELT (Jr. Building Equity Leadership Team)

    Contact:

    Laura Ross and Julianne Purnell 

    Description:

    Jr. BELT is open to all students. Students will meet with staff advisors to amplify students voices in addressing anti-bias equity practices at FFMS. This group will also lead some of our No Place for Hate activities throughout the school to interrupt bias and mistreatment and to highlight inclusion and the diverse contributions of everyone.

    Sign Up form for Jr. BELT

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Jr. BELT will meet from 4:15- 5:15pm  on Tuesdays.  We will meet in Mr. Linton's room. Our first meeting will be on September 13th and the last meeting will be on May 2nd.

    Click the link to sign up! https://forms.gle/24dfLZkpWqgW6cxs5

    Here are the meeting dates for Jr. BELT:

    09/13, 09/27, 10/11, 10/25, 11/15, 12/6, 01/17, 01/31, 02/14, 02/28, 03/14, 03/28, 04/18, 05/02 

    Who Can Join:

    All students

    Sign Up form for Jr. BELT

  • Jr. Beta Club

    Contact:

    Bill Cate

    Description:

    The purpose of the Jr. Beta Club is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, leadership, and service. To be eligible for selection to membership in the Five Forks Middle School Chapter of the National Junior Beta Club, candidates must meet the following requirements: Students must be a member of the eighth grade class. Students must earn an overall academic grade point average of a 3.75 or higher for the year prior to induction (7th grade first and second semester - four core academics only, not including connections). The sponsor will pull data and review in the fall. Once evaluated, a letter and/or will be sent with further instructions and payment information.

    Jr. Beta is a national organization for students in 8th grade. Jr. Beta was founded in 1934 to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership. This is a service organization that meets monthly during the spring semester before or after school.

    MISSION STATEMENT
    To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.

    ACHIEVEMENT – Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement

    CHARACTER – Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful

    LEADERSHIP – Developing the leaders of tomorrow

    SERVICE – Demonstrating our motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Others

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Jr. Beta Club will meet at 8:15am in the Cafeteria or Mr. Cate's room. All meetings will take place after January.  Listen to the morning announcements for more information to come soon.

    Jr. Beta Club Induction will be held on November 16th in the Cafeteria from 6:00- 8:00pm.  This is by invitation only.

    Who Can Join:

    Students will be invited to join the Jr. Beta Club.

  • Knitting Club

    Contact:

    Chelsea Lemcke-Miller

    Description:

    Always wanted to learn how to knit or crochet, but don't know how? Have a project that you started and have no idea how to finish it? Are you a pro and want some people to chat with while you work? Then "This is how we roll" is perfect for you! Come hang out, learn something, and make some friends! Party is only for people who have attended three or more knitting club meetings.

    Welcome, newcomers and yarnies! Come by my room and pick up a sign-up form, or print your own!

    Knitting Club Sign Up Form

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Knitting Club will meet in the Spanish Room, Mrs. Lemcke- Miller's room on most Mondays. You can come at 8:15am OR 4:15pm for this club. We will begin October 17th and end March 13th.

    Before school at 8:15 AND After school until 5:30

    Knitting Club Meeting Dates: 10/17 ; 11/14 ; 12/05 ; 01/23 ; 02/13 ; 03/13 

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

    Knitting Club Sign Up Form

  • Lego Club

    Sponsors:  

    Jennifer Champman

    Description:

    Lego Club is for all students who enjoy building and playing with Legos. We will have time for free play and weekly challenges such as, speed build, paper bag challenge, and a drop test!

    Dates/ Location Club Meets:

    Lego Club will meet on Mondays at 8:20am on the dates below. Our first meeting is September 13th and our last meeting is May 9th.  We will meet in the Cafeteria.

    Meeting Dates:

    9/12, 9/19, 9/26 

    10/3, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31

    11/7, 11/14, 11/28

    12/5, 12/12

    1/30

    2/6, 2/13, 2/27

    3/6, 3/13, 3/20, 3/27

    4/17, 4/24

    5/1, 5/8

    Who Can Join:

    All students can join lego club- complete this form if you are interested in participating.

    Students, please complete this form if you would like to attend Lego Club.

    Click here to sign up!

  • Maker Space Club

    Contact:

    Monica Brown

    Description:

    Maker Space Activities – Students are welcome to come to the media center on select Wednesday mornings to participate in Maker Space Activities. Each activity is centered around a concept related to STEAM. Students can learn to use a 3D printer, program Ozobots, operate a Sphero 2.0, create with Little Bits Circuits, go on Google Expeditions, create Stick Bot Animation and much more! This experience will be held in the media center and is open to all students interested.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Maker Space will meet on Wednesdays in the Media Center from 8:15 to 9:00am. 

    Meeting dates: 09/07,10/05, 11/02, 12/07, 01/11,02/08, 03/08, 04/12 

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

  • Math Mania

    Contact:

    Caryn Glenn, Stacey Walker, Eugenia Byrd

    Description:

    Do you want to practice your math facts or your computation skills and have fun doing it? Then come to Math Mania and practice by playing games with your friends.

    Click here to sign up!

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Math Mania will be in Mrs. Walker's Classroom beginning on September 21st and ending on March 29th. We will meet at 8:15am.

    Meeting Dates: 

    Tuesday,  September 20
    Tuesday,  October 20
    Tuesday,  November 15
    Tuesday,  December 13 (Holiday party)
    Tuesday,  January 10
    Tuesday,  February 14
    Tuesday,  March 28 (Last meeting/party)

    Who Can Join:

    All students

    Click here to sign up!

  • Mystery Maniacs

    Contact:

    April Coston- Downs and Kaylee Frantz

    Description:

    Mystery Maniacs: Do you love solving mysteries? Are you crazy for clues and crime busting? Do you love perplexing puzzles and catching the culprit? Then join Mrs. Coston-Downs and Mrs. Frantz and become a Mystery Maniac too!

    Use this form to sign up- https://forms.gle/w4KCp7zKjz935s1Q8

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Mystery Maniacs will meet on the following Mondays in Mrs. Coston-Downs' Room from 8:00am- 8:55am:

    October 3,17,31    
    November 14,28,     
    December 12   
    January 9,23      
    February 6, 27  
    March 13, 27

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

    Use this form to sign up- https://forms.gle/w4KCp7zKjz935s1Q8

  • Outdoor Club

    Contact:

    Emma Towey , Scherrie Grim, Soliel Lee, Aly Lensing, and Rory O'Connor

    Description:

    Want to help plant flowers around the school, or grow vegetables right here? We will be working on the trail in the front of the school, planting flowers and working on our own garden right here at FFMS!

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Outdoor club will meet on Five Tuesdays this year.  We will begin at 8:30am and meet in Mrs. Towey's room

    Meeting Dates: 09/20/22, 10/18/22, 11/15/22, 03/28/23, 5/2/23 

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

  • Peace Leaders

    Contact:

    Mrs. Hillis, Mrs. Marshburn, and Mrs. Carretto

    Description:

    Peace Leaders Club will meet twice a month on Monday mornings in Mrs. Hillis' room at 8:15 am. Our club will give students a solid foundation in Restorative Practices.

    Our work together will include:
    -Preparing students to facilitate restorative circles as student leaders within the school
    -Learning about community circles and how to facilitate peer-led community circles
    -Learning how to facilitate circles to repair harm

    Our club is open to all grade levels. The students in this club will become restorative practices leaders in their classroom communities and the school!

    Peace Leaders Permission Slip
    https://forms.gle/mU8KKU4qWuKgRFkf9

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

  • Reading Club

    Contact:

    Monica Brown

    Description:

    The Five Forks Reading Club is our school's book club.
    Our ultimate goal is to compete in the GCPS Readers Rally Competition.

    The Gwinnett Readers Rally is a quiz bowl style competition that tests student's knowledge of the books they have read. Students read books from a predetermined list recommended by Media Specialist, Teachers and Administrators from our county.

    The team is open to interested sixth, seventh, and eighth graders.

    The county-level competition is held in February at Peachtree Ridge High School. The top four middle school teams from each division move on to the championship at our county's Instructional Support Center. The Division Winners and Wildcard team will then compete for the middle school champion title.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Reading Club Meets on Fridays in the Media Center from 8:15am- 9:00am  Starting in January the Reading Club will meet daily.

    Reading Club meeting dates:

    09/09 Interest meeting, 09/30/2022 Book Assessment, 10/03 Team Selection Announcement, 10/14 First Club meeting, 01/09 Daily Club Meetings begin until 02/24, 02/25 Readers Rally Competition.

    Who Can Join:

    The team is open to interested sixth, seventh, and eighth graders.Parents are welcome to volunteer.

  • Robotics

    Contact:

    Stephen Griffith, Gaspar Febus- Morales and Lynette Smith

    Description:

    Do you like to problem solve?  Meet new people? Are committed to success?  If you answered yes VEX robotics might be for you.  In this club we design, build and implement robotics designs for specific competitions. 7-8 grade students complete around Atlanta hoping to compete in the State and World competition. No experience necessary, just the will to win.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Robotics meets on Monday afternoons with some Saturdays for competitions. We will meet in the Tech Ed room from 4:15- 5:40pm. There are 6-8th grade teams that students must try out for.

    Below are the meeting dates for Robotics club:

    9/12, 19, 26  10/3, 17, 24, 31  11/7, 14, 28  12/5, 12  1/9, 23, 30  2/6, 13, 27

    Who Can Join:

    Students who try out for Robotics

  • Running Club

    Contact:

    Sonya Hood, Hannah Willis, andLacey Krakowiak

    Description:

    Come join us every other Wednesday to make new friends and improve your running skills. All abilities are welcome! Bring a friend and come join us for some running/ walking and connections on the track.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Running club will meet on the blacktop following bus dismissal until 5:30pm on the blacktop outside of the gym or down on the FFMS track every other Wednesday. 

    Running Club will meet on the following dates: 9/14, 9/28, 10/12, 10/26, 11/9, 11/30, 2/8, 2/22, 3/8, 3/22, 4/12, 4/26 

    Who Can Join:

    All students

  • Scholar's Bowl

    Contact:

    Carla Kuny, Angela Howell

    Description:

    Scholars' Bowl Website

    SCHOLARS BOWL is the name given to Five Fork's quiz bowl team. It is composed of 15 members who compete in various Saturday tournaments around Metro Atlanta. Competitions work much like the popular show "High Q" where teams of students "buzz-in" if they know the answer. Questions come from all academic areas, the arts, sports, and current events. There is a State Champion crowned each year at the PAGE finals.

    Please complete this permission slip and bring it with you to tryouts at 4:15 on 8/30 in Ms. Kuny's room. 

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Scholar's Bowl will meet in Mrs. Kuny's room on Tuesdays from 4:15pm- 5:30pm..

    Meeting Dates: 8/30, 9/6, 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/15, 11/29, 12/6  

    Who Can Join:

    Students must try out for Scholar's Bowl Team. 

  • Soccer Club

    Contact:

    Sebastian Arrazola, Michael Payen, Aaron Wynia ,Emma Towey, and Julliane Purnell

    Description:

    Soccer Club is for all students interested in playing soccer. The club will meet every Wednesday and have free play & training. The select Boys' and Girls' team will play other middle schools in the county and take part in a tournament in March.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Soccer Club will meet on Wednesdays at 4:15pm on the Soccer Field WEATHER PERMITTING. We will begin meeting on September 7th. We will NOT meet on October 26th.

    Who Can Join:

    All students of all skill levels are welcome.

    Click the link to sign up- FFMS Soccer Sign Up Form

    There are soccer teams that run parallel to the club. You do not need to be on the team to come to the club.

  • Video Production

    Contact:

    Monica Brown

    Description:

    The Five Forks News Network is a daily news show for our school. The broadcasts are for the students and teachers to be kept informed, entertained and updated on the latest events happening at school. Students who participate will create a TV Network where they will produce programming for the school and the school's website. This programming will include daily announcements, video shots regarding special programs, projects, and events at the school.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Video Production members will meet daily, based on their team, in the Broadcasting Room at 9:00- after they check in to Homeroom.

    Students will be placed on a team. They will have the opportunity to do the news show in two week rotations.

    Who Can Join:

    Students will be chosen after the interest meeting and then they will be placed on teams.