• Clubs and Activities
  • Joining a Club at FFMS

    Due to COVID 19 the Clubs and Teams at FFMS are limited at this time.  

    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.

    Please note that sign-ups for each club must be housed on our secure eClass Cours Page to maintain confidentiality. You can find the sign-ups on our School's Main eClass C&I Landing Page, or by clicking herePlease know that you must be logged in with your student's credentials to access the sign-ups.

  • 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 experiences.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Please see Mrs. Stephens for updates on meetings and locations.

    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 every other Tuesday from 4:15- 5:15pm starting January 19th. Girl Talk meeting dates are January 19, February 2, February 16, March 2, March 16, March 30, April 13, April 27,  and May 11. In-person students will be picked up at the FRONT of the school at 5:15pm. Digital students will join Girl Talk meetings via zoom til 5:15pm. Sign- up for girl talk at this link: http://bit.ly/2VVxym9  All girl talk members will be invited to a Girl Talk Google Classroom as well for further communication. 

    Who Can Join:

    All FFMS Girls

  • GSA

    Contact:

    Laura Ross, Jenny Chapman, Michael Williams

    Description:

    GSA is a student-run club that unites LGBTQ+ and straight ally students in a safe space to build community and organize around issues impacting them in their schools and communities.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    GSA will meet about every other Thursday from 4:15pm- 5:15pm starting January 21st. GSA meeting dates are: January 21, February 4, February 11, February 25, March 11, March 25, April 15, April 29, May 13, and May 20. In-person students will be picked up at the FRONT of the school at 5:15pm. Digital students will join GSA meetings via zoom til 5:15pm. Sign-up for GSA at this link: http://bit.ly/36TZblS  All GSA members will be invited to a GSA Google Classroom as well for further communication. 

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

  • Jr. Beta Club

    Contact:

    Catherine Ziemann

    Description:

    The purpose of the Jr. Beta Club is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, leadership, and service. Students who exhibit an outstanding scholastic achievement, which is an overall GPA of 93% in the 7th grade, will be invited to join the FFMS Junior Beta Club. The JBC seeks to inspire young adults to lead by serving others; therefore, each member will be required to perform a minimum of 10 hours of community service. This organization has empowered millions of students to make an impact on the world.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Jr. Beta Club will meet at 8:15am in the Cafeteria for face to face students and via zoom when we meet. Below are our scheduled dates:

    CHOA Valentine’s Day Cards: Thursday February 4th 8:15AM

    MDA Fundraiser: Wed/Thurs/Friday February 24, 25, 26 8:15AM & Homeroom Sales

    SE Gwinnett CoOp Donations: Tuesday April 13th at 8:15AM

    Who Can Join:

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

  • Lego Club

    Sponsors:  

    Jennifer Champman

    Description:

    Lego Club is for all students who enjoy building and playing with Legos. This club is open to in-person and digital learners. Digital learners will participate via zoom. We will have time for free play and weekly challenges such as, speed build, paper bag challenge, lego landmarks, and drop test! All participating students need to have a parent or guardian complete this google form .Click here to sign up for Lego Club- Parent Permission Required

    COVID precautions: Space is limited and a wait-list will be created, if needed. Each in-person student will be provided an individual bag of Legos to use during our club meetings. Masks are required.

    Dates/ Location Club Meets:

    Lego Club will meet at 8:15am on the dates below. In-person students will be provided a hall pass and will go to the STEAM lab (by the cafeteria) and digital learners will participate via zoom.

    Monday, February 1
    Monday, February 8
    Monday, February 22
    Friday, March 5
    Friday, March 19
    Friday, March 26
    Friday, April 2
    Friday, April 23
    Friday, April 30

    Who Can Join:

    The first 15 in-person and first 15 digital learner who complete the google form.

  • Running Club

    Contact:

    Sonya Hood, Hannah Willis 

    Description:

    The Running club welcomes all interested in outdoor running. Whether you are a novice or a pro, we would love for you to join us. Our club get's you active and works towards building your stamina as a runner.

    Dates and Location Club Meets:

    Running Club will meet on the following dates.  We will meet on the blacktop after bus dismissal until 5 pm every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month. There will be no area to change clothes this year. Students will need to wear their dress code appropriate running clothes to school those days. Space is limited and masks are required at this time.  Pick up is at 5 pm in the bus lanes. Parents can email me for the google form to sign their child up or with any questions they have!

    Meeting Dates:
    2/10
    2/24
    3/10
    3/24
    4/14
    4/28
    5/12

    Who Can Join:

    All Students

  • SOAR Book Club

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    Sponsors:  

    Laura Ross

    Description:

    The SOAR Book Club is open to all FFMS students (in-person and digital learners in all grade levels). In-person learners can stay after school for book club. Digital learners can join via zoom at 4:15pm. The SOAR Book Club will meet twice a month after school from February through May. During this time the SOAR Book Club will read two books together and discussions will be lead by Ms. Ross (FFMS Counselor) and a student peer leader.  In February and March, we will read “This Book is Anti-Racist: 20 Lessons on how to Wake Up, Take Action, and Do the Work” by Tiffany Jewell.  In April and May, we will read a second book to be announced later.  Each book club member will need to purchase the two books themselves, so they are able to highlight and annotate as they read and keep the book once the book club has ended.

    Dates/ Location Club Meets:

    Meeting Dates: (all meetings are from 4:15pm - 5:15pm

    Monday, February 1st

    Monday, February 22nd

    Monday, March 1

    Monday, March 15

    Monday, April 12

    Monday, April 26

    Monday, May 3

    Monday, May 17

    Who Can Join:

    All Students (Both in-person and digital learners in all gradelevels)

    Students who wish to join the book club must have parent permission. Parent permission will be emailed out after students sign-up. SOAR Book Club sign-up is at this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/12h99XcvanfX_dKJjTepCRLPt_wDcuswm1i-cL0UIuKo/edit?usp=sharing

  • Video Production

    Contact:

    Monica Brown, Jeni Greene

    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. Please refer to the Media Center website for a detailed description of the Video Production Club jobs.

    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. Interest meeting 08/21/2019, The club will rotate students biweekly.

    Who Can Join:

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