Clubs & Organizations

Last Updated: 7/13/2020 9:11 PM

Art Attack* - Lindsey Tucker


This club will meet during club time and occasionally after school to explore photography, graphic design and the computer arts. In the 21st century, the demand for digital media is increasing rapidly. Based on the Rhode Island School of Design’s STEAM initiative, Art Attack will explore the mingling of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics into Art/Design. Art Attack will be available to both LCMS East and LCMS West students.


Jr Beta Club - Kayla Moore  

Open to 7th-8th graders year-long; sixth graders become eligible after first semester of sixth grade year.  This is an honor society based on academics, character, democratic values, and leadership.  Membership is based upon teacher recommendation.


Buddy Club - Ashley Harris  

The buddy club is a place to form and foster friendships of same-aged peers who may or may not have a disability. The goal of the club will be to promote acceptance and awareness of everyone no matter what "category" they fit into.


Craft Club - Andrea Pollock  

The Craft Club is open to 6th-8th grade students, but club size is limited.  Members will create a variety of individual craft projects to include seasonal decorations and school spirit items. There is a $20 supply fee. 


Drama Club: - Scott Kroll  

Drama Club is designed for students interested in learning more about the aspects of theater. This includes learning stage terminology, working on acting skills, set building, and costumes/makeup design.


Fellowship of Christian Athletes - Danielle Rudd  

Open to 6th-8th graders.  Interdenominational school-based Christian sports organization which focuses on serving the community.  


Fitness Club - Derrick Rutland  

Open to 6th-8th graders.  There is a $15 supply fee. Students learn about good eating habits, fitness exercises, and strategies for healthy living.


Future Business Leaders of America* - Nicole Mallory  

FBLA is a national organization open to all 6th-8th grade students to enhance leadership skills. Students work on skills involving keyboarding applications, computer technology, slideshow presentations, video production, website design, career exploration math, English, spelling, etc.. Members have the opportunity to travel to participate in various competitions throughout the year.  


Girl Talk - Hannah Tatom  

Open to 6th-8th grade girls. This club meets once a week for an hour after school starting in November. It is a peer mentoring program where high school girls mentor middle school girls to help them deal with the issues they face in their early teenage years. Members also participate in community service projects. 


Girls Who Code - Sponsor TBD  

Girls Who Code aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science by equipping young women with the necessary computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities.


Inner Beauty Project - Leah Edalgo  

This is a club that will meet some after school and during club times. It is strictly for girls and is a Christian based club offering life lessons for girls covering a variety of topics that are age appropriate for mentoring middle school girls.


National FFA* - Ashley Perl  

Open to 6th-8th graders interested in participating in activities dealing with the various aspects of agricultural science and leadership skills.


Odyssey of the Mind - Sponsor TBD  

Open to 6th-8th and is an international educational program that provides problem solving opportunities for students kindergarten through college. This club will be made up of 7 members who have gone through an audition process. We will meet 2-3 times a week in order to prepare for competition in March.   


Robotics - Brett Rey & Shane Williams    

FIRST LEGO League is a robotics program for 9 to 14 year olds, which is designed to get students excited about science and technology while teaching them valuable employment and life skills. In FLL, teams learn both through what we do (the Robot Game and the Project) and how we do it (the FLL Core Values). The robotics club will meet during ELT daily through the week for playfield practice and build times and during club days for competition practice.  Robotics is open to all grade levels through an application process, with 6th grade being accepted in the fall and upcoming 7th and 8th grade in the spring for the following year’s season. During a season robotics will compete in up to 3 competitions on Saturday’s beginning in late November or early December through the end of January.


ROLE - Colby Simpson    

Responsibility & Ownership of Lee’s Environment. Purpose: is to develop young men into leaders and productive citizens within Lee schools and community. Mission: to educate ROLE club members on how to develop leadership skills and how to use those skills to improve one’s physical and social environment.


Sign Language Club (Lee County) - Sherry Benz  

The Lee County Sign Language Club’s mission is to develop sign language skills to communicate with Deaf and Hard of Hearing members of our community.  The club meets twice each month at Lee County High School, from 3:30- 4:30 PM or 5:00PM.   The club is open to everyone associated with the Lee County School System, including all family members of students and system staff!  The LCSS Sign Language Club does not have a maximum limit on membership numbers.  Please join us this year as we participate in the Homecoming and Christmas Parades, support Lee County DFACS with Christmas present donations, support the troops with donations, host a Christmas party for residents at Lee Healthcare, and host a tri-county luncheon for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing students in Lee, Dougherty, and Worth Counties. We will focus on creating signed children’s stories on DVD for the Deaf/HH students in Lee.  Additional volunteer opportunities may be included, such as hosting a fun activity for children during the Sheriff’s Special Olympics Fundraiser event in May or other Leesburg events during the year.  New members to the club are required to join with a $15 membership fee, which includes a sign language book.  Returning members to the club pay only $5.


Student Government Association - Leah Edalgo & Hannah Tatom  

Open to 6th-8th graders.  Homeroom representatives are elected by designing a campaign using posters and giving speeches in their homerooms in early August. Officers will then be elected by the SGA members. Students will be involved in school and community projects throughout the year. SGA is committed to planning and acting as speakers for the annual Veterans' Day Program, as well as ambassadors for the school at many school functions. Opportunities include: Step Up and Lead Conference, and spring trip to Atlanta during the General Assembly. 


Technology Student Association (TSA) - Nicole Mallory  

A national organization of students engaged in STEM. The organization is open to all 6th - 8th grade students who have taken or are taking technology education courses. TSA chapters take the study of STEM beyond the classroom and give students the chance to pursue academic challenges among friends with similar goals and interests.


Tennis Club - Marri Haggerty  

Tennis Club meets monthly during club time. Students will learn the fundamental skills of tennis. The fee is $15 which includes one T-shirt and a bottle of water for every meeting. Students will be transported to the tennis courts next to the BOE for tennis club. 


Yearbook - Pam Johnson  
Students must go through an application, interview, and selection process.  Teacher recommendations will be used. Staff members who do not complete assignments on time may be dismissed from the staff.      

*These clubs will be combined for both Lee County Middle School East and West Campuses. Students from both schools will be eligible for participation.