• Basketball Club

    Basketball Club

    Open to all grades, basketball club meets after school weekly. Click the club image for more. Contact Office Alexander for more information at kalexander3@wcpss.net.

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  •  Beta Club

    Beta Club

    Open to all grades, BETA Club promotes the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among students.

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  •  Battle of the Books

    Battle of the Books

    Join the Battle of the Books Competition. We read books from the NC State B.O.B. list and in February we have a battle against other middles schools in the county. Come have fun reading, talking about the books, and participating in mock battles! Click the club image for more.

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  • Creative Writing Club

    Creative Writing Club

    This second-semester club allows students to be inventive and original as they write poetry, short stories, and prose. Writers share their work with others in an encouraging workshop-style setting, all the while learning tips and tricks to help expand their creativity. Click the club image for more.

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  • Dance Team

    Dance Team

    Dance Team is open to all grade levels. This team is for anyone who loves to dance and is willing to learn new styles of dance. Students who have tried out for the team will be performing at some school functions! See Ms. Bunnell for more details! Click the image for more.

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  • Fitness Club

    Fitness Club

    Want to relieve Fortnite frustration? Or... What if you could have fun, make new friends, and get sweaty all at the same time? Either way, come out and see us!
    To improve overall health and wellness for students, RCMMS is offering a Fitness Club!

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  • GCC: The Geography Culture Club

    GCC: The Geography Culture Club

    Join the Geography Culture Club to explorie the world, meet, & learn more about the variety of cultures at RCMMS! Expand your horizons in a fun cultural exchange environment. Sample foods, explore music and learn about the land, languages & culture from the nations connected to us at The Creek! Click logo for more.

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  • Girls Who Code

    Girls Who Code

    In Partnership with IBM, Reedy Creek is offering a Girls Who Code club. Girls Who Code is a club that works to inspire, educate, and equip girls with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities. Join the movement! Click the club image for more.

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  • Growth Mindset Club

    Growth Mindset Club

    Come join like minded students to learn more about how to take on challenges, develop healthy self-talk, and grow your brain!

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  • Math Club

    Math Club

    Math Club is open to all RCMMS students. The club will meet the second and fourth Wednesday of every month at 3:30-4:30 in Ms. Gregory’s classroom. Students will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of mathematical projects and activities.

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  • Programming Club

    Programming Club

    Club members use the visual programming language Bavel Blocks to create online games and projects. Within Bavel's colorful, fun, and user-friendly programming environment, club members make technology come to life while learning the basics of JavaScript code.

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  • FTC Robotics Club

    FTC Robotics Club

    First Tech Challenge (FTC) Robotics Students program and create robots to compete with other school teams in regional and state tournaments. FTC robotics teams are formed during the spring semester for the following year.

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  • Science Olympiad

    Science Olympiad

    NCSO (North Carolina Science Olympiad) is a nonprofit organization with the mission to attract and retain K-12 students entering science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) degrees and careers in North Carolina. Click the club image for more.

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  • Tech Girls

    Tech Girls

    RCMMS will host one or more Tech Girls workshops open to girls in grades 6-8 who are interested in coding, apps, and technology development. Tech Girls is not a club, but a series of workshops. Click the image for more. To hear when our first workshop will be held, listen to morning announcements.

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How Do I Sign Up for Clubs?

Different clubs enroll at different times. Many start toward the beginning of the school year after the initial weeks of school, and some may begin in the second semester. The procedure is for students to listen to the morning announcements every day for notification of when clubs will begin and where permission and sign-up forms can be obtained. These announcements will also be displayed on classroom TVs. Sign-up/Permission forms are usually available directly from the teacher running the club or in the Media Center.

Some clubs and activities require additional steps for students to become members. For example, Robotics requires students to apply via an application form, and Dance Team requires try-outs. Clubs require signed parent permission, so please look for these to come home. When considering clubs, be sure that times and dates do not conflict, as most clubs are on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. There is also an activities bus that runs Monday-Thursday after school that many students involved in clubs use.