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Jazz Band

about 1 year ago

Practice Day: Wednesday  3:30pm to 5:00pm

Fee: $40.00
Coach Mark Koob 
email: mark.koob@summitk12.org

Student Council

about 1 year ago

Student Council is a student-based organization designed to help promote school spirit and leadership among students.  Meetings are one time per week throughout the school year.  Student Council organizes various events including spirit weeks, the talent show and the annual "Tiger Trot".  


Leaders 
Amanda Wilson 
email: amanda.wilson@summitk12.org
Mary Lockard 
email: mary.lockard@summitk12.org




Hello all you awesome Tigers!!  This is your chance to make a difference in the world.  For only 12 dollars, you can get 3 pairs of funky socks while also helping SMS send a prosthetic limb to an amputee (someone who has lost a leg).  This is important because in other parts of the world, if you do not have two legs, you can become homeless.  IF EVERY STUDENT AT SMS ONLY BOUGHT ONE PACK OF SOCKS, WE COULD SEND 10 LIMBS (PROSTHETICS) TO 10 PEOPLE TO CHANGE 10 LIVES.  



By Andy Berry

Chess & Scrabble Club

about 1 year ago

Season March - April    

Meet in Media center 2 days per week 


By Andy Berry

Talent Show

about 1 year ago

A way for students to display the talents that they have.
Auditions in April Performance in May practice 2 days per week 3:30 to 5:00 

By Andy Berry

Interact Club

about 1 year ago

Hello! Are you interested in getting your community service hours but aren't sure where to start?  Summit Middle School Interact Club would like to invite you to join our club to make a difference in the community.  We meet the first  Monday of the month at 2:30 in the media center. 

By Karen Remias

Girls on the Run

about 1 year ago


Girls on the RunHeart & Sole (for 6th - 8th grade girls) is a curriculum-base, after school program that utilizes the power of running to provide girls the tools to honor their voices, recognize their gifts, take care of their bodies, and activate their power! Over the course of 10 weeks, girls meet twice a week (on Tuesdays and Thursdays) with their trained volunteer coaches to play fun running games and discuss topics such as making healthy decisions, body image and the media, cooperation and team building, and contributing to the community.The program culminates with a 5K running event.
Please register online at: www.gotrwesterncolorado.org

Girls on the RunHeart & Sole (por las chicas en el 6 - 8 grado)son proprogramas depues do las clases basadas en curriculum que utilizan el poder a correr para provenir las chicas curso do 10 semanas, las chicas reunen does veces cada semana consu entrnadora voluntaria para jugar juegos divertidos de correr y hablar a los topicos como hacer decisiones saludables, imagen del cuerpo y la media, colaboracion en un equipo, contribueyendo a la  culminacion del programa es un gran 5K evento. 
Please register online at: www.gotrwesterncolorado.org

By Karen Remias

Georgraphy Bee

4 months ago

Congratulations to our 2017 winners:
1st place- Mathew Moore
2nd place- Kaden Holdaas
3rd place- Stone Amsbaugh

                      The school -wide Geographic Bee, which is affiliated with the National Geographic Bee program, will be held after school on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 15th. This is a verbal question and answer format contest. Our school’s first, second and third place winners are recognized with awards from our Parent Teacher Organization; the first place winner is eligible to participate in Colorado’s State Geographic Bee as well.  All SMS parents and students are invited and encouraged to attend.


While your child may prepare for this contest individually using the National Geographic website, and an up- to- date world atlas among other resources, he/ she is encouraged to attend our Geographic Bee Prep. Club. This will be held on Tuesday afternoons beginning September 27th from 3:20 until 4:50 in Mrs. Broughton’s classroom, #606. There, students will practice for the Geographic Bee in a variety of formats, including using blank maps, atlas searches, games, and online tools to expand upon their political, physical and cultural geography knowledge.


View the following link for further info. on this awesome program: 

http://nationalgeographic.org/bee

All School Play

3 months ago

Performance of  Alice in Wonderland

March 2rd 6:00 and March 3th 12:00


By Andy Berry

Web Leaders

about 1 year ago

WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) is a program that trains student leaders (WEB leaders) to help all students feel welcome and safe at SMS through different activities throughout the year. WEB leaders are peer mentors who want to help SMS be a school where all students feel like they belong and can be their most successful!For more information on becoming a web leader please see Mis. Williams in her office.

By Andy Berry

Speech and Debate

about 1 year ago

Practice Tuesday and Thursday in room 609 from 3:30 to 5:00The season starts in late September and ends In March. 

By Andy Berry

Cheer

about 1 year ago

By Andy Berry

Brain Bowl
SMS-Optimist Brain Bowl Club is starting on Thursday, Nov 3.
This club is very similar to the spring time knowledge bowl with the exception of competing against other northern Colorado and Wyoming Middle School teams on Saturday, Jan 7 2017, 8AM-~3PM at a front range location. If a specific team makes it through the semi- finals on Jan 7 2017, that team will have the opportunity to compete at the championship on Feb 25 2017, 8AM-~3PM at a front range location.
This club will have practices in Ms. Julie Scott's room (Room 612,Torrey's Hallway upstairs)) on Thursdays Nov 3, Nov 10, Nov 17, Dec 1, Dec 8, Dec 15, and Jan 5 after school until activity bus time.
Please contact Lisa Webster (970-547-4697; fotoheone@hotmail.com; lisa.webster@summitk12.org), Julie Scott (julie.scott@summitk12.org) or Cynthia Bolt (cynthia.bolt@summitk12.org) or send them to the Nov 3 practice to find out more information if your student (grade 6-8) is interested in participating.




SMS-Optimist Brain Bowl Club comienza el Jueves, 3 Noviembre
Este club es muy parecido al spring time knowledge bowl con la excepción de que compiten contra equipos de Escuelas medias del norte de Colorado y Wyoming el Sábado, 7 de Enero del 2017, 8AM-~3PM en los alrededores de Denver. Si un equipo llega a la semifinal el 7 de Enero del 2017, ese equipo tendrá la oportunidad de competir por el campeonato el 25 de Febrero del 2017, 8AM-~3PM en los alrededores de Denver.
Este club tendrá prácticas en el salón de Ms. Julie Scott's (Salon 612, Torrey pasillo del segundo piso) el Jueves, 3 de Nov, 10 de Nov, 17 de Nov, 1 de Dic, 8 de Dic, 15 de Dic, y 5 de Enero después de clases hasta la hora del bus de actividades.
Por favor contactar a Lisa Webster (970-547-4697; fotoheone@hotmail.com; lisa.webster@summitk12.org), Julie Scott (julie.scott@summitk12.org) o Cynthia Bolt (cynthia.bolt@summitk12.org) o venga a la práctica del 3 de Nov para recibir más información si su estudiante (grados 6 a 8) están interesados en participar."