Middle School Clubs

6th Grade Rocks
 6th Grade Club

Advisor: Mr. Jock

6th Grade Club elects officers through an election and conducts a very successful Yankee Candle Fundraiser during the fall. The officers and I organize a 6th grade 10th Period Fun Time and later in the spring we organize a Family Fun Night with activities, games, and pizza for dinner. Our fund-raising helps with the cost of these activities as well as buying middle school tee-shirts for the 6th grade track meet. This club is open to 6th graders only.

Art Club
Advisor: Mrs. Brown

Art Club meets every other Monday in the art room, G106. We do a variety of projects in different mediums. The club discusses what they want to do and we try to work on individual projects as well as group projects.  This club is open to grades 6-8.

Student Council

Advisor: Mrs. Brown

The goals of this organization include: promoting a good student-teacher relationship, providing an opportunity for student expression, developing attitudes of and practice in good citizenship, and promoting harmonious relations throughout the entire year. In addition, student council hosts several dances throughout the year and we discuss what other activities the students want to do. Student council is open to grades 6-8. 


Yearbook Club

Advisor: Mrs. Grow

Interested 8th grade students work tenth period to produce the middle school yearbook. Students are involved in all aspects of the production process: photography, layout, typing, and proofreading.


Makerspace Club 

Advisor: Mrs. Roberts

The Makerspace concept combines technology with creative and critical thinking skills. It embraces the traditional creative arts and crafts, as well as modern technology such as robotics, computer coding and circuitry. Students are challenged to work in cooperative groups on problem solving with innovative outcomes. We meet once a month usually on a Wednesday for Makerspace related activities. 

Ski Club

Advisor: Ms. Allen and Mr. Engelbrecht

The Ski Club is open to any student in  2nd thru 12th grade.  Lessons are available for skiing or snowboarding and will last for six weeks. Along with lessons, students can rent equipment and will be provided with free transportation to and from Snow Ridge.

Spanish Club
International Club

Advisor: Mrs. Nieman

International club is an organization open to all 8th grade students.  Students will learn about different places all over the world to increase cultural awareness. We meet once a month to participate in cultural activities which are beyond those that can be included in class time. 


Advisor: Mrs. Sweeney

Jr. FFA is open to all 6th through 8th graders with an interest in agriculture. We meet approximately 1 time per month, more frequently as needed. Members participate in team-building and leadership activities around the topic of agriculture. 7th and 8th grade students can participate in FFA contests and activities that will prepare them for full FFA involvement in High School. Jr. High members can also start earning fund raising and participation credit toward trips and award activities in their first years in High School FFA.


National Junior Honor Society

Advisor: Ms. Allen and Mr. Cotton 

What is National Junior Honor Society?

The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle level students. More than just an honor roll, N.J.H.S. serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Character, and Citizenship. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since their beginning in 1929. www.njhs.us

Who gets invited to apply for membership?

Students in grades 7 and 8 who have a cumulative grade point average of 94.5.

What do NJHS members do?

The goal of Adirondack Central School District's N.J.H.S. is to build leaders and provide community service. The members work throughout the school year to help provide much needed resources such as organizing a food drive to benefit our local food pantry and participating in the Pennies for Patients Program by collecting spare change. Twice a year, N.J.H.S. members make it possible for the middle school students to enjoy the Scholastic Bookfair. The bookfair is a great opportunity for students to build their own libraries as well as providing the middle school library and teacher classrooms with a variety of titles. N.J.H.S. also provides an entertainment opportunity for elementary students and their families by sponsoring the Billy Martin Cole All Star Circus. In addition, the members sell carnations for Valentine's Day, sell refreshments at dances, and spend 10th periods assisting students with homework. 

Mathcats Competition Teams

Advisor: Mr. Cotton

The accelerated math students who have a strong love for math and a willingness to work as a team will be able to join the Mathcats. Students will be able to participate in the Mathcounts and Perennial Math competitions. There will only be a certain number of students who will be able to compete. The teams will be determined closer to competitions. 

Drone Club 

Advisor: Mr. Wiedrick

Middle School drone club members will learn how to fly different types of drones safely to take pictures and video. Members will navigate obstacle courses and attempt to land on targets both with traditional flying and then by controlling the drones using code. Members also have the chance to build a drone from parts and get it to fly.  Drone club is open to all middle school students.  

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Chess Club

Advisor: Mr. Ventiquattro

This club is open to middle school students who know how to play chess. The maximum number of students will be ten. 


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