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Clubs

FBLA
Faculty Adviser:
FBLA-PBL Mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.   Most meetings will be held during school.  This service organization gives students real-world experiences in order to develop and apply technology skills.

FORENSICS
Coach: Mrs. Lori Laughlin-Orr
The purpose of the Forensics program at the middle school level is to provide students with opportunities to develop good public speaking skills, poise, self-esteem and confidence, as well as to develop academic skills in reading, writing, and research.
Forensics is open to all sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students at HMMS. Students are encouraged to explore the six competitive event categories of Original Oratory, Extemporaneous Speaking, Dramatic Interpretation, Humorous Interpretation, Storytelling and Duo-Interpretation. While competition is a feature of the middle school Forensics program, the importance of student participation and personal growth are emphasized and promoted.

JUNIOR BETA CLUB
Faculty Advisers:  Ms. Katelyn Brummel & Mrs. Kelly Yarn
The National Beta Club promotes the ideals of character, service and leadership among students of all ages, to reward meritorious achievement and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school. The National Beta Club continually develops and nurtures individuals by providing opportunities and experiences enabling them to demonstrate the ideals of character achievement, service and leadership in a global community.

BATTLE OF THE BOOKS
Coach: Ms. Toni Stewart
The purpose of the BATTLE OF THE BOOKS program is to help middle school students foster a lifelong love of reading. Students are exposed to quality literature representing a variety of literary styles and viewpoints by prominent authors. To be a member of the BATTLE OF THE BOOKS TEAM, students must like to read and be good at recalling information from what they have read. The team practices throughout the school year and competes in the Spring against other middle schools in Cumberland County. The winner of the county competition continues to the regional level competition.

MATH COUNTS
Coach: Mrs. Maria Caras
MATHCOUNTS is a national math competition program that promotes middle school mathematics achievement and student interest in mathematics by making math achievement as challenging, exciting and prestigious as a school sport.
MATHCOUNTS is one of the country’s largest and most successful education partnerships involving volunteers, educators, industry sponsors and students.  After months of coaching, schools select their students to compete individually or as part of a team in written and oral competitions.

QUIZ BOWL
Coach: Mrs. Sarah Lupo
The Cumberland County Middle School Quiz Bowl provides students with unique opportunities to participate in a fantastic fun educational activity while promoting teamwork and learning. Participants will join the rest of their quiz bowl  team while being challenged in exciting ways that promote both individual success and teamwork.


MULTICULTURAL CLUB
Faculty Adviser: Mrs. Herminia Reese
The purpose of the Multicultural Club is to explore and promote an increased understanding of the various cultures of the world with our students.  We celebrate and explore different nationalities, cultures, languages and ethnic groups.  All students are welcome to participate in the Multicultural Club.

R.U.S.H. CLUB
(Reaching the Unreached Student Harvest)
 This is a group where students meet and discuss how they can grow spiritually by equipping themselves with goals that will help them change their world through positive living and service to the communities around them.  A youth representative from Manna Church comes out each week and leads group discussions and activities geared to keep the youth excited about righteous living and caring for their world.  All are welcome and invited to attend.


YOUNG MEN of DISTINCTION
Faculty Adviser: Mr. Eric Bell
The goal of this club is to develop young men who understand the beneficial importance of positive thinking, responsible personal conduct, respect for self and others, educational achievement and cultural enrichment.

SCIENCE CLUB
Faculty Adviser: Ms. Stacey Willett
 The purpose of Science Club is to promote interest in science among HMMS students, their families and teachers from other disciplines. We hope to spread both science interest and knowledge to students and their families by facilitating a fun, welcoming environment where science is relevant and students can be creative. We hope to develop and expand critical thinking and problem solving skills among students through science education and exploration.
D.O.L.L.S.

Faculty Adviser: Alane Hayes

D* Define your
O* Own
L* Lane and
L* Life of
S* Success

D.O.L.L.S.  mission is to educate, empower, and promote positive goals in young ladies at Hope Mills Middle School. Our goal is to provide real and relatable life experiences in the areas of education, occupation, and making healthy personal growth choices. Young ladies involved in this group will develop self-confidence, learn life-skills, practice new behaviors, and better understand how to deal with the many problems that life presents. They will also practice leadership skills and be challenged to make positive changes in the school setting as well as being a positive influence among their peers . We hope to encourage each young lady to be a “Leader” and to choose her own lane of success.
Builder’s Club

Faculty Adviser: Mrs. Sarah Lupo

Builders Club is the largest service organization for middle school and junior high students, with more than 45,000 members worldwide.

 

Builders Club is an international student-led organization providing members with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leadership.

Core Values of the Builder’s Club

Character building: The ability to do the right thing, even when it might be the unpopular choice.
Leadership: The ability to listen, communicate, serve and guide others.
Inclusiveness: Accepting and welcoming differences in other people.
Caring: The act of being concerned about or interested in other people or situations.

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Published by Toni Stewart on September 26, 2016
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