The club will meet this fall on Mondays from Oct. 3rd through Nov. 14th. The club will not meet on Oct. 24 due to a faculty meeting.
Fall Dates: Monday, Oct. 3, 10, 17 and 31, Monday, Nov. 7 and 14
Spring Dates: Monday, March 13, 20, 27, Monday, April 3 and 17, and Monday, May 1, 8, and 15
In the event of bad weather, the club will either cancel for that day or adjust plans to practice skills that can be practiced inside. Otherwise, the participants should come prepared to be outside since disc golf is a sport that’s played year-round. The club will meet in the main gym after the final bus dismissal and last until 4:30pm. Participants should be pick-up promptly at 4:30pm
The Student Voice Committee is a club that encourages students to use their voices to uplift others as well as themselves, celebrates our diverse cultures within our school community and develops skills to become an upstanding panther. See Ms. Vinson for more information.
Panther Pals promotes kindness and inclusive activities that benefit all students involved. Our focus is fun, friendship, and communication. Our Club Rules are attached.
Currently, we are working on a Pumpkin Regatta project/contest where our club is divided into grade level teams. They will design, carve, and decorate a pumpkin boat, and then test it in the waters during the pumpkin contest week October 26th.
Future plans include a Friendsgiving Feast, Ugly Sweater party, and service projects. Students with a heart for everyone are invited.
1. Be kind and treat each other gently
2. Play fair
3. Take your time
4. Respect the room
Robotics Club is a program that gives students the opportunity to work together using robotics to solve a theme-based challenge which engages children in research, problem solving, coding, and engineering.
The Robotics team will:
· design, build, test and program materials and robots using LEGO® MINDSTORMS® technology,
· learn critical thinking, teambuilding, and presentation skills based on the year’s theme, and
· participate in a tournament/celebration in January 2023 with other local FIRST® LEGO® League teams.
· This year’s theme is “Super Powered” and focuses on energy sources, storage, and consumption.
Trivia Club is starting at NCMS. Ms. Raith will host a once-a-month “trivia night” after school from 3:15-4:25. Students will compete against other teams in multiple rounds for a prize. Each month will be a different theme of trivia. Students who are interested in joining/creating a team can see Ms. Raith for a club application/permission slip. All permission slips are due back to Ms. Raith on Friday, November 4th
SGA plays a very important role in every school. They help share students' ideas, interests, and concerns with the teacher and principal. They help the student s raise funds for school wide projects. They assist the community when they are in need of aid. Being on Student Council is something that will help students like you become even more responsible and active members of the community.