Summit Middle School Cheerleaders perform and cheer at all SMS home football and basketball games. Cheerleading season is from August-February with tryouts in May for the new season. We perform competition style routines at high school football games, intramural soccer, volleyball and basketball games throughout the year.
Practices are Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30-5 PM in the SMS Cafeteria.
Student Council is a student-based organization designed to help promote school spirit and leadership among students. Students plan and prepare school events and make posters to advertise them. Some events include our spirit weeks and the annual Tiger Trot.
Best Buddies is a club where we have students in gen ed paired up with students in my severe needs class. Everyone is welcome! The goal of Best Buddies is to create lasting 1x1 friendships. This pairing will happen with thought and intention by the main mentors of the club, myself and Jen Schenk. Last year some of our activities included bowling, swimming, tubing, watching an SMS football game, arts and crafts, and many more.
Our first meeting will be on September 5, after school in room 504 from 3:15-5:00pm. Future meeting dates T.B.A.
Interact Clubs brings young people together to develop Leadership Skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self. We are charged with organizing at least two projects every year, one that helps our school or community and one that promotes international understanding. Rotary Club sponsors will mentor and guide us as we carry out our projects and develop leadership skills.
Each Thursday 3:30-5:00. (Weather Permitting). Club will often meet in the library when available, otherwise Mr. Fladung’s room. Students will participate in collaborative story-telling with everyone in their group while exploring through an imaginative fantasy setting!
The high school's Math Honor Society is starting a new club at SMS called MathCounts. We will work on fun and challenging math problems while preparing for a MathCounts Competition on February 7, 2020. We will have high school students from the Math Honor Society run the club and help with the math problems. All students are encouraged to join and it is a fun opportunity for kids to hang out with their peers while also improving their math skills.
Our first meeting is Tuesday, December 3rd from 3:30-5pm in the library and we will continue to meet every Tuesday after that. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Flannagan.