Clubs and Activities

  • Meadowlawn Middle School proudly offers our students the opportunity to become involved in our school in a multitude of ways. Whatever your student’s interests, we have something for them!

     

    We also offer our Extended Learning Program or tutoring before and after school. Browse through our offerings with your student and feel free to join as many of our organizations as possible! We’d like to see all our students participate in something as research shows that those students who are involved in the extras a school can offer find more success and fulfillment than those who only go to school because they have to. Our teachers are dedicated to providing the best experience possible for your students!

     

    Meadowlawn Middle School Student Clubs 

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    5000 Role Models 

    5000 Role Models of Excellence Program the 5000 Role Model of Excellence is a program designed to boost the self-image, increase social skills, and academic performance of targeted males, in part, by motivating them to interact with respected and successful men whose real-life accomplishments can inspire young males to succeed. 

    Mr. Bethel 

    During school 7th period once a month 

    Girlfriends 

    Girlfriends of Pinellas County is a program designed to empower young ladies through academic support and mentorship. Students are provided with the resources, tools and guidance necessary to encourage self-discipline, positive behavior ism, and to cultivate high self-esteem and self-reliance 

    Ms. Butler 
    Ms. Dennison 

     

    PMAC:  Principals Multicultural Advisory Committee 

    The Principal’s Multicultural Advisory Committee (PMAC) is a multicultural student leadership program designed to empower students to have a positive, sustainable impact on the culture and climate of their schools and communities. 

     

     

    Student Council 

    A student council is a group of student leaders who work with an adult advisor to collaborate with others to impact their school community, which impacts their city or town, which impacts our state, which impacts our country, which changes the world. 

    Ms. Kimbrough 

     

    Book Club 

    Students read books and come together, usually in groups, to demonstrate their abilities and to test their knowledge of the books they have read. 

    Mrs. Putkonen

    Mr. Hamilton 

    Wednesdays in the Dream Room 

    Intramural Sports 

    Intramurals provide students the opportunity to play sports and games recreationally against our own school and students.  This is different than our athletics program.  Intramural Activities have 3 seasons Fall, Winter, and Spring. 

     

     

     

    SAVE Club 

    SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) Promise Clubs are a place for young people across the country to show their leadership, creativity and passion for protecting their friends, schools and communities from violence BEFORE it happens. 

    Ms. Metellus 

     

    Yearbook Club 

    The Yearbook club will be responsible for documenting all events during the year and working to create a school yearbook. 

    Ms. Nguyen 

     

    September 5th 4:30pm
    Room 5-115

    Chosen Club

     

    Mr. Kight

    Mondays & Wednesdays

    5-114