Stone Middle School Clubs and Activities
School Clubs
Stone offers a number of special interest clubs that meet before and after school.

AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) Club: AVID students meet to discuss our field trips, community service ideas, and planning college awareness events for on campus. Contact Ms. Grabowski in room 408, Grabowski.Melissa@Brevardschools.org

BETA Club: A service oriented club for 8th grade students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. The club motto is “Let us lead by serving others”. Students must have approval from teachers and must complete 20 community service hours during the school year. There are service oriented projects going on throughout the year, but will formally meet once a month before school. Contact Ms. Scott in room 207, Scott.Sarah@brevardschools.org

Basketball Intramurals: Ongoing throughout the year after basketball season for boys and girls. For students who are interested in learning basic basketball skills and playing non-competitive basketball. Contact Mr. Heid in the gym, Heid.Gerard@Brevardschools.org

Bible Club: This is a club that is initiated and run by students. It provides an opportunity for Judaeo-Christian faith students to meet, study and pray. Contact Mr. Shupe in room 309 Shupe.Gordon@brevardschools.org

Book Bash – A club that meets monthly to promote the reading of the Sunshine State Young Reader books. Each year in the spring, Book Bash teams gather at various host schools around the county to celebrate the reading of these titles at the annual Book Bash celebration.  Contact Dr. Bronstein in the media center or at Bronstein.Dawn@brevardschools.org

Cheerleading Squad: The cheerleaders tryout in the Spring of the previous year and then participate in the basketball season in the Fall. This year, there will be an exhibition held at Edgewood Jr/Sr. High School in February where squads from around the county can show off their skills. Contact: Ms. MacWhinnie in room 5502, MacWhinnie.Emily@Brevardschools.org

Fall Running Club: For both boys and girls who want to learn to run a mile or longer. This is a great way to get in shape!  We will be teaching distance runners how to run far – and fast!  Expect speed work. All students with a desire to run are welcome – existing talent not required. Coaches Ms. Johnson, Mr. Blanchet (room 505), Mr. Warthen (room 202). Contact Ms. Johnson in the gym, Johnson.Jill@brevardschools.org

FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science & Technology) LEGO League Teams: Become a Robo or Princess Gopher!! Each year this team gets a new challenge that focuses on a scientific topic or question and includes The Robot Game, The Project, and Core Values. Contact Mrs. Coleman in room 102, Coleman.Diane@Brevardschools.org
Florida Junior Academy of Sciences Contact Mr. Regan in room 311 Regan.Richard@Brevardschools.org

Future Problem Solvers: Meets weekly to discuss how to solve real-world problems. We have a competition every Spring where we compete against other middle schools in the county. Contact Ms. MacWhinnie in room 5502, MacWhinnie.Emily@Brevardschools.org

Future Educators of America: Future Educators of America meets weekly to discuss lesson plans and how teachers “plant the seeds of knowledge.” This year we are creating a lesson plan, a skit, and a spirit board for our annual BFEA conference in December at F.I.T. Contact: Ms. MacWhinnie in room 5502, MacWhinnie.Emily@Brevardschools.org

Girls Get IT!: A club primarily for girls (boys can participate in club meetings) that focuses on science, technology, engineering and math. A number of girls will be selected to participate in a Summer Science and Surfing camp in Flagler Beach. Contact Ms. Gayle in room 303, Gayle.Amanda@Brevardschools.org

History Club: Helps students build the critical skills needed to become responsible citizens and effective leaders. Researching and discovering new information, as well as reading, synthesizing, and communicating that information effectively are the skills that make someone successful in business, civic life, and even science. The History Club Goals or this year are Shoeboxes for Troops and a School History Project. Contact Mrs. Deschaine in room 503, Deschaine.Susan@Brevardschools.org

National Junior Honor Society: A service oriented club for 8th grade students with at least a 3.5 GPA. Students must complete at least 10 volunteer hours and participate in 2 service projects throughout the year. Contact Mrs. Dooley in room 101, Dooley.Patricia@Brevardschools.org

Precious Stones: An African- American Culture Club Contact Ms. Bentley (room 304) Bentley.Marcia@Brevardschools.org or Mrs. Loyd (room 405) Loyd.Josie@Brevardschools.org

Spanish Club: For students who would like to enrich and enhance their knowledge of the Spanish culture through a variety of activities such as short plays, reciting poems, dialogues, monologues, performing (dances/songs) and fieldtrips. Contact Ms. Carias in room 508, Carias.Ana@Brevardschools.org

Spring Musical: Each Spring the Fine Arts Department puts on a Musical that is open for all students. Students attend before/after school rehearsals for 6-8 weeks prior to performances.  Previous productions include Guys and Dolls Jr., Pirates of Penzance Jr., Alice in Wonderland Jr., Beauty and the Beast Jr., and Seussical Jr. Contact Ms. James in room 604, James.Megan@Brevardschools.org

Spring Volleyball Intramurals: For both boys and girls who are interested in learning basic volleyball skills and playing non-competitive volleyball. Contact Ms. Johnson in the gym, Johnson.Jill@brevardschools.org

Student Government: Represent your class. Run for an office of Student Government Association. Contact Mr. Serna in room 504, at Serna.Jerry@Brevardschools.org

SUPERB = Students United with Parents and Educators to Resolve Bullying Officer Mason Mason.Raynisha@Brevardschools.org

SWAT - Students Working Against Tobacco
Ms. Scott in room 207 Scott.Sarah@brevardschools.org

Technology Student Association: fosters personal growth, leadership, and opportunities in technology, innovation, design, and engineering. Members apply and integrate science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) concepts through co-curricular activities, competitions and related programs. Contact Mr. Kelly in room 107 Kelly.Jeffrey@brevardschools.org

Tennis Intramurals: For both boys and girls who are interested in learning basic tennis skills and playing tennis in a non-competitive atmosphere. Contact Ms. Johnson in the gym, Johnson.Jill@brevardschools.org

Track Intramurals: Ongoing throughout the year for boys and girls. For students who are interested in learning basic track/running skills and running non-competitively. Contact Athletic Director Mr. Heid in the gym at Heid.Gerard@Brevardschools.org

VOiCE: Opens the world of high tech art through activities in digital photography, videography, sound engineering, journalism and publishing. They then lead, guide and mentor students as they improve their grades, develop a plan to use their talents in the right STEAM courses, majors and careers. Contact Mr. Shupe in room 309 Shupe.Gordon@brevardschools.org

Weightlifting Intramurals: Ongoing throughout the year for boys and girls. For students who are interested in learning basic weightlifting skills. Contact Athletic Director Mr. Heid in the gym, at Heid.Gerard@Brevardschools.org
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