Activities

Eagle Chef Club
Students will learn how to prepare healthy food, and will be given the opportunity to improve basic food preparation. Club members will learn about food in different cultures, and will also be working with the Garden Club. This club is limited to 20 students.

Meeting Schedule

Second and fourth Thursday of each month


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Sponsor: 
Catherine Jerrells
Drumline
The drumline will learn to play drum cadences and will perform at school and community events. Participants are not required to play drums in the band, but all participants must be in band. Drumline will run two sessions per year.

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Sponsor: 
Theresa Seth
The Eaglettes
The Eaglettes is an after-school team based on dance and color guard. The team will perform at various community and school events. The Eaglettes are in partnership with the FPC Starlets, and will be learning material under their lead. Students must provide their own transportation home.

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Sponsor: 
Amber Bell
F.I.T. Girls/Mentoring
The Buddy Taylor F.I.T. Girls group provides encouragement, structure and support via mental and physical fitness coaching. Girls will meet and work with mentors and are also given the opportunity to create strong bonds and friendships with the FPC Starlet mentors, ensuring a smooth transition to high school.

Meeting Schedule

Begins in Quarter Two


Contact
Sponsor: 
Kelley Barrigar
Sponsor: Lauren Green

Future Farmers of America (FFA)
FFA is a dynamic youth organization within agriscience education that changes lives and prepares students for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success. Members participate in conferences, camps, competitions and community service.

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Sponsor: 
Lynette Monahan
Future Problem Solvers and Community Problem Solvers
Students take part in a six step writing process that challenges critical thinking and problem solving. Students write in a district competition for the chance to compete at state and international levels. Scenario writing and scenario performance are also attached to this club, but are not required.

Meeting Schedule

Tuesdays, The Branch Media Center


Contact
Sponsor: 
Caitlin Hutsell
Sponsor: Erica Scudder

Sponsor: Suzanne Stone
GSA
GSAs are organizations that unite LGBTQ+ and allied youth, to build community and organize are issue impacting them in their schools and communities.

Meeting Schedule

Tuesdays


Contact
Sponsor: 
Shoshanah Mercado
Sponsor: Nancy Scalf

Improv with Paris
Students will learn a variety of fun games and scenes that teach the fundamentals of improv skills. Not only is improv a super fun way to express creativity, it also helps improve listening skills, teamwork, positivity, and so much more! This club is open to all musical theater, chorus, and dance students.

Meeting Schedule

Wednesdays, second semester


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Sponsor: 
Ann Paris
Josh Crews Writing Club
Students will participate in creative writing activities aimed at strengthening overall writing skills, with fun, engaging topics. Students will have the opportunity to submit writing in Scope contests, as well as the chance to be published in the annual anthology of the Josh Crews Writing Project.
 
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Sponsor: 
Laura Hibbard
Law Club
In this student-run club, students will choose the role of prosecutor or defense attorney, prepare case files for trial, and enjoy learning, as they present cases at a mock trial. Students will have fun with like-minded, motivated students, and learn about the practice of law.

Meeting Schedule

Thursdays


Contact
Sponsor: 
Anthony Wagner
National Junior Honor Society
Members must be in 8th grade, meet the academic requirements of A/B Honor Roll and be nominated by their teachers. 7th grade students will be inducted in the spring.

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Sponsor: 
Darren May
Principal Advisory Club
BTMS climate and Culture advisors serve their school by participating in activities that promote a positive school environment. They will assist with school branding and plan events throughout the year. Students will take part in entrepreneurial leadership activities, which include running our school PBIS store, with an emphasis on design, marketing, and budget.

Contact
Sponsor: 
Rachel Bovino
Sponsor: Ms. Smith

Additional Information
Principal Advisory Club Video

Yearbook and Journalism
Students create a lasting memory of the school year. Photographers and writers are welcome, and those who want to be involved with school activities.
 
Contact
Sponsor: 
Lauren Green
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