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. 

The Beta Club is doing a Service Project. They have decided to have a Penny Wars between the grade levels.  Each grade level in the club has chosen a charity. The winning grade level will donate all of the money to the charity of their choice.  There will be posters up to specify their charities. 

The Penny Wars will begin May 9 and go thru May 20.  The jugs to collect the money will be in front of the cafeteria.  Pennies and bills will add points to their scores and silver will subtract from their scores (sabotaging the other grades by putting silver coins into their jugs to make them lose points).  The winning grade level will also get an additional outside time (time and date will be announced) with some freezer pops.  

Davie County Hunter Safety Shooting Sports - 
Founded in 2001, Davie County Hunter Safey 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 open Saturday, October 9, for the junior team (grades 6-8) at the Davie County Law Enforcement Range located at 370 Dalton Road in Mocksville.    For more information, contact Shannon Mathis at 336-399-0550.


Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS) - Mrs. Brooks
This club is open to all students.  It allows Christian students to enjoy the fellowship of other Christian students through prayer, praise, and worship.  FCS meets in the Media Center on Thursday mornings at 7:30.

GO FAR - Mrs. Bost
GO FAR is a national program designed to help 2nd through 8th grade students develop healthy lifestyle habits while training for a 5K race. ​ ​GO FAR is a 100% volunteer-based organization and is offered at elementary and middle schools throughout Davie County.  
William Ellis students in all grades are invited to join us on Mondays and Thursdays after school from 3:00 – 4:15.  Students report to Mrs. Bost (Room 306 – 7th grade hall).  For more information visit the Go Far website ttp://www.gofardavie.com/


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.  The WEMS Junior Civitan Club meets on the first Wednesday of the month (Starting on Oct. 6th, 2021) in Mrs. Ruff’s classroom (Room 304 - 7th grade hall) from 3:10 – 4:10).   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

No Junior Civitan Meeting on May 4.


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 8, 2021.

Congratulations to the William Ellis MathCounts team, which took second place in the Northwest region of North Carolina in the annual MathCounts competition. The team qualified for the state competition later in March. Team members included Carden Stroud, Zach Hirata, Lanna Robinson, and Abbey Lankford. In the individual results, Olivia Rareshide placed 9th, Lanna 10th, Carden 11th, Zach 13th, Jonathan Hanes 14th, Logan Zuleger 15th, Caswell Moore 18th, Allie Rucker 25th, and Abbey 28th.