Sponsor: Lisa Burns
The Academic team is open to students in 6th-8th grade students.
The Academic Team will practice on Mondays in Mrs. Burns' classroom.
Practice Time: 3:30-4:30
Sponsor: Nancy Griner and Kendall Griner
Beta Club is open to 6-8 grade students who have a 3.5 GPA. Beta Club promotes the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership. Beta Club members must complete 10 hours of community service each semester and attend bi-monthly meetings.
Important Dates for the year:
Sept. 25: New member induction ceremony-6pm ECMS Cafeteria
Oct. 09: General Membership Meeting 3:30-4:30 ECMS Cafeteria
Nov 25-27: Junior State Beta Convention in Orlando (Optional & must qualify to compete)
Dec. 04: Holiday Party & Donations for Needy Families 3:30-4:30 pm ECMS Cafeteria
Feb. 13: General Membership Meeting 3:30-4:30pm ECMS Cafeteria
April 30: End of Year Celebration 3:30-4:30 ECMS Courtyard
FCA - Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Sponsor: Ellen Adkinsellen.firstname.lastname@example.org
FCA meets each Friday in the band room.
Meeting Time: 7:45-8:15
Sponsor: Nancy Britton
Patriot Club is the newest club at ECMS! The club is open to all students in grades 5-8 and will meet every other Monday in Ms. Britton's room - 30 - 5th grade wing. The meetings will be from 3:30-4:30 and will be all about fostering a love of America. The Patriot Club will be involved with our school, other schools, community organizations, and other individuals and clubs that love and support our country. Club activities will include: learning about our nation, meeting American heroes, planning events to celebrate America, participating in parades, attending patriotic events, and having fun together as Patriots. The Patriot Club is planning a trip to visit our Nation's capital, Washington D.C., at the close of the school year. Parents, staff and faculty are also welcome to join the club.
Sponsor: Jennifer Miller
The Emerald Coast Middle School Student Council offers students the opportunity to fully participate in and understand the process of democracy. The ECMS Student Council is designed for students to plan and participate in various school and community activities. Monthly meetings are held where, as leaders, Student Council works together with the ECMS administration to better serve the ECMS family.
Student Council consists of 8th grade officers: President, Vice-President, Secretary. and Treasurer. In addition, we have two class representatives from both 7th, 6th, 5th grades. Students of all ability levels are encouraged to run for office. Criteria for participation include maintaining academic and behavioral expectations and a willingness to report information back to their classes.
In recent school years, the ECMS Student Council has been responsible for attaining drink machines, recycling bins, planting gardens and a tree in celebration Earth Day. Student Council has created T-shirts, as well as a class bench accompanied by remembrance plaque. Last year, Student Council was proud to encourage canned food donations to assist Caring and Sharing of South Walton. Students and staff were able to help 425 South Walton families including 590 children with Thanksgiving dinners. Student Council is proud to participate in other fundraisers, such as “The Penny Wars” and encourage recycling. 2018-2019 will be a year to remember!