Extra Curricular Clubs & Activities

Messalonskee Middle School

Drama – Mrs. Herrick – open to grades 6, 7, 8  Open participation with individual roles awarded based on tryouts.  A play will be preformed in the spring each year.

Fishing Club – Ms. Jurdak – open to grades 6, 7, 8  Students participate in fishing trips to the Oakland Boat Landing in the spring.

Intramurals – Mr. Weatherbie – open to grades 6, 7, 8  Activities include a basketball league, a softball league and various other activities such as indoor soccer.

Math Team – Mrs. Mahoney/Mrs. Herrick – open to grades 6, 7, 8 – strong math skills suggested.  Students compete in league, regional and state competition base on a variety of mathematical skills.  Meetings start Oct. 7th from 2:45-3:30pm in room 213

Math Counts – Mrs. Mahoney/Mrs. Herrick – open to grades 6, 7, 8 – selection by tryout.  Students compete in math counts competitions.

Media Club – Ms. Ravelo – open to grades 6, 7, 8   Students will be creating multi-media presentations of school and community events.  These will include academics, sports and a smattering of community happenings. There will be three seasons, fall,winter and spring.  Students can sign up for one, two or all three seasons. Group meets Monday afternoons at 2:45-4 p.m in room 236

Outing Club -Mr. Pullen/Mr. German – 8th grade only – Student select hiking, canoeing or kayaking, develop skills in that area and then participate in a trip that requires those skills.

Robotics – Mr. McGlauflin/Mrs. Klein- grades 7/8 fall – grade 6 spring.  Grades 7/8 meets on Friday afternoons from 3-5pm and 6th Grade meets on Wednesday afternoons from 3-5 starting in March in room 316.

Student Leadership – Mrs. Haskell – open to grades 6, 7, 8 – Students meet to provide feedback on the implementation of the district vision at MMS.  This group may also organize and facilitate a variety of student events.  Group meets every other Wednesday from 2:45-3:30 p.m. in room 111.

Yearbook – Mr. Weatherbie/Mr. Pullen – open to grades 6, 7, 8 – Students learn the technical aspects of yearbook publication while carrying out the functions of publication.