From robotics to band to performing arts, students will find their niche at Carrollton Middle School. There are many clubs and activities in which your child can take part.
- Academic Bowl
- Art Club
- Champions Club
- Coding Club
- Culinary Club
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Lego Robotics
- Little S.I.S.T.E.R.S Club
- Performing Arts Club
- ROV Club
- Science Club
- Trojans on the Trail
- 4-H Club
- Fun Book Club!
- Media Mania
- Terrific Trojans
- Science Olympiad
Description: Hands-on cooking lessons in preparing healthy foods.
Meetings: Tuesdays: October 2, October 16, November 6, November 13, December 4, January 8, January 22, February 5, February 19,
March 5, March 19, April 9, April 23, May 7
Sponsor: Linette Dodson
Purpose: Present the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and guide students as they serve Him in their daily lives.
Sponsor: Tiffany Pullen, LA Hudson, and MJ Hilbert
Purpose: Promote interest, understanding, and knowledge of science through experiments, presentations, and field trips.
Meetings: 1 thursday per month for 5 months (grades rotate)
Location: CMS Cafeteria
Dues: $25 per studentSponsors: Katie Brown, Tiffany Pullen, Mary Miller
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The purpose of Trojans on the Trail is to introduce students to our Greenbelt through programs such as Bike/Helmet Safety, Walk/Bike to School Program, Environmental Awareness, Native Plant Discovery and more. This club meets monthly on the Greenbelt and students conclude the trail meeting with a walk to the Target trailhead where they are picked up.
Trail Meeting Dates: 4th Thursday of each month
* holiday program with CES club
Location: Green Belt
Fee: $25.00 (1 time t-shirt fee)
For club reminders, please find us on the Remind 101 app using the link https://www.remind.com/join/trojanson or by texting @trojanson to 81010.
Sponsor: Elizabeth Williams
Purpose: Students will read the chosen AR book selection (with student input and in a range suitable for fourth through sixth grade levels) throughout the month and check in on Google classroom and also meet once a month and engage in activities related to different genres including reader's theatre, poetry cafe, books which are also movies, one possible off campus field trip/activity, and enjoy themed treats, games, and activities monthly, which are also related to the book we are reading.
Meetings: Last school Tuesday of each month. Sept, Oct, Nov, Jan, Feb, March.
Location: CMS Media Center
Fee: Not yet established
Sponsor: Shannon Mancil, Brittany Smith, & Jill Rooks
Purpose: To learn & assist with different media jobs at CMS
Meetings: Days are assigned to students
Times: Depends on activity
Location: CMS Media Center
Fee: No Fee
Sponsor: Pam Smith
Purpose: To teach students social skills that will enable them to be kind to others, help others, do good deeds, and make others feel good.
Meetings: once per week
Sponsor: Kimberly Perry