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Activities

Are you interested in joining a club at Springfield Middle? We have many interesting clubs that SPMS students can get involved in.

Art Club

Advisor: Kelci Rote
Meetings: Every Thursday

This club meets after school once a week to explore various arts topics of interest.


Cougar Jazz Ensemble

Advisor: Lindsay Pompa
Meetings: Every Tuesday

This ensemble is an audition-only group that meets on Tuesdays after school.  The group will work on jazz, swing, pop, Latin, and rock music to perform at concerts and other various performances as scheduled.


Cougar Book Club

Advisor: Anita Higy
Meetings: Every Wednesday

The Cougar Book Club encourages a love of reading. Students will choose a book to read as a group. They will come prepared to share their thoughts, reflections and ideas of what they read.


Destination Imagination (DI)

Advisor: Bonnie Fletcher
Meetings: Every Wednesday

DI participants develop life skills while solving challenges through their unique hands-on experiences in the sciences, technology, mechanics, engineering, theater, improvisation, goal setting, time and budget management, team building, and leadership. Students learn that through their creativity, teamwork, and perserverance, they can develop creative solutions to complex problems completely on their own.


Drama Club

Advisor: Stephanie Stull

Drama Club is an after-school club that meets a few months a year to prepare for a formal production. It is open to all 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. You do not need to be in a theater class or performing arts class to join.


Electric Strings

Advisor: Eileen McGrogan
Meetings: Every Monday from 2:30-3:30 pm

Electic Strings is an auditioned ensembled. Electrified string instruments are used to play rock, pop, Irish fidde music, Country fiddlin' and more.


LEO Club

Advisor: Julie Perez

The Leo Club is the youth adjunct of Lions Club International sponsored by the Williamsport Lions Club. Students get involved in service learning typically demonstrate social, personal, and intellectual growth and development. They increase their teamwork and problem solving skills, as well as leadership and initiative.


Math Counts

Advisor: Dave Johnson
Meetings: Every Thursday

The Math Counts Club provides math enrichment opportunities to engage students using a variety of math activities.


National Jr. Honor Society

Advisor: Leigh Face

The NJHS honors those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character (and Citizenship for NJHS). Eligible students must have attained an 85% cumulative grade point average for three consecutive marking periods, participated in community service projects totaling a minimum of 5 hours of time donated, and they must have demonstrated excellence in other areas. Students meeting the minimum grade average will be notified in April and then must demonstrate that they've met the 5 hour service requirement before being accepted as a new member.


Robotics Club

Advisors: Jim Swanson and Eric Young

The robotics club encourages the development and use of engineering principles to design a robot, build a robot, and program a robot to solve aspects of a challenge. Vex challenges students by placing them into a competitive setting that utilizes their design and programming skills while also testing their ability to perform under pressure.


Riversong

Advisor: Erika Osborne
Meetings: Every Monday, 2:30-4:00 pm

Riversong is an auditioned show choir for 7th and 8th grade students only. This group also meets once a month Tuesday evening choreography rehearsals from 6:30-8:30. We combine dancing with quality part singing and work extensively on our vocal abilities. Students who are in chorus will have the best chance of being accepted into the group as part of the audition process in sight-reading (something worked on daily in chorus) but it is open to all members of Springfield Middle School.


STEM Club

Advisor: Kevin Bartholomew
Meetings: 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 2:30-3:15 pm

The STEM Club will examine the four areas of STEM using the scientific method and problem solving skills.


Volleyball Club

Advisor: Lea Michael

The Springfield Middle School Girls Volleyball Club is a school wide volleyball program for girls in grades 6-8 which focuses on teaching the basic skills of volleyball, game play strategies, teamwork, sportsmanship, and leadership. The intramural season is made up of 9 games plus the end of the season tournament. Try outs are conducted in each grade level for the travel team. Each player selected to be a part of the travel team will play an approximate game schedule of 10 games, playing all the county middle school teams.


Yearbook Club

Advisor: Kelci Rote
Meetings: Every Wednesday

This organization works collaboratively to produce a book of memories from the school year. Students are responsible for taking photographs and laying out pages.