Extracurricular

 

Beta Club - 
The Beta Club is a leadership service club that is open only to 7th and 8th graders. The club is com­posed of students who are invited to attend due to high academic achievement. Students invited to join the Beta Club are in the top 10% of their grade level. This is an honor that is bestowed upon stu­dents because of the students' outstanding qualities of character, scholarship, and leadership.  Please reach out to Tammy Essic at essict@davie.k12.nc.us with any questions. 

Coaches Breakfast-
The Coaches Breakfast is a time for our male students in grades 6-8 to meet and have breakfast with a positive male role model.  The Male Role Models will be Davie County Schools volunteer level 2 certified.  They will join the boys for breakfast, share a story of inspiration, motivation, a personal journey, or simply just spend time talking with the boys.  A member of the booster club will organize and coordinate the Coaches Breakfast and will be in attendance of each breakfast.  The first meeting will be held on Friday, September 16, from 7:20-7:40am.  


Davie County Hunter Safety Shooting Sports - 
Founded in 2001, Davie County Hunter Safety Shooting Sports has grown to field teams from Davie County High School, North Davie Middle, South Davie Middle School, and William Ellis Middle School.  Team members compete in archery, rifle, shotgun, and hunter skills events.  Each member of the coaching staff is a North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission Hunter Education instructor or a qualified Range Safety Officer.  As volunteer instructors we work with the team members not only in developing shooting skills but also safety, responsibility, ethics, and involvement in wildlife management.  Sign-up for this year’s team will be on Tuesday, September 13, at 6:30pm at the Davie County Law Enforcement Range located at 370 Dalton Road in Mocksville.   Open to all grades 6-8.  Practice begins on Saturday, October 8.  For more information, you may contact the following coaches: Shannon Mathis at 336-399-0550, Brian Harris at 336-399-2260 or Ashley Smith at 336-926-1905.

Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS)/Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) - 
This club is open to all students.  It allows students to enjoy the fellowship of Christian students through prayer, praise, and worship. The first club meeting will be Thursday, September 22, in the media center starting at 7:20am.  The club will meet the first and third Thursday mornings from 7:20-7:40am.  A devotion will be provided by a local youth pastor.  You may contact Holly Almond, Fellowship of Christian Athletes Ambassador for Davie County, at halmond@fca.org regarding any questions.
 

Junior Civitan Club - Mrs. Ruff
Civitan International is a student-led service organization for middle and high school students.  Junior Civitan clubs undertake various service projects which benefit their local communities.  Any student interested in helping our community and learning leadership skills is welcome to join.  Please see Mrs. Ruff for a membership application.  If you have any questions please email ruffc@davie.k12.nc.us. The next Junior Civitan Club meeting will be on Wednesday, Nov. 16th, from 3- 4:00 PM.

The Junior Civitan Club is hosting a school wide Cereal Food Drive.  We are collecting boxes of cereal to donate to Storehouse for Jesus.  The grade levels will compete to see who can donate the most boxes and earn a grade level reward.  Last year we collected 274 boxes, and our goal this year is 300 boxes.  

Please turn in your donated cereal boxes to your homeroom teachers.  The CEREAL food drive will take place from November 1st-November 30th.  

Junior Garden Club-Mrs. Erica Bost
This is a club for all students who would like to learn the basics of gardening.  This will be an introduction to the art and science of gardening using fundamental math, reading and writing skills, as well as practical applications.  Increasing awareness of the environment, natural resources, ecology, conservation, composting and recycling.  This will help with creativity and development of leadership skills.  This club will meet once a month after school to learn the basic of gardening and beautification of our campus.  The club will meet from 3:00-4:15pm on the below dates:
 
Thursday, December 15
Tuesday, January 10
Tuesday, February 7
Tuesday, March 7
Tuesday, March 28
Tuesday, April 18
Tuesday, May 9
Tuesday, May 30

 

MathCounts - Mr. Rareshide 
This is a club for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders who excel in math and enjoy challenging problems beyond those found in a typical math class. Topics include geometry, statistics, algebra, and number theory. "Mathletes" emerge from MathCounts as stronger problem solvers with a deeper love of math. Visit www.mathcounts.org for more information about this nationwide program. Meetings are Fridays from 3:00-4:15 in Mr. Rareshide's classroom (Room 209 - 8th grade hall), beginning October 2022.