Clubs & Organizations
The National Junior Beta Club is an academic honor organization that recognizes outstanding scholastic achievement, promotes strong moral character and social responsibility, encourages service to others, fosters leadership skills, and provides settings for students to develop strong interpersonal skills.
Seventh and eighth-grade students with a GPA of at least 3.5 on last year's final report card are eligible to apply for membership. One component of the application process includes two teacher recommendations attesting to moral integrity, service orientation, industrious attitude, and leadership potential. the student must also complete another component of the application which includes contact information, activities, and awards, etc. During the 18-19 school year, applications are due on September 20. Students who missed the deadline are invited to apply next year if still registered at WMMS.
An informational meeting will be held by mid-September of each school year. (See above for details.) Though the meeting is not required, it is highly recommended so that students will understand the requirements of membership.
If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Walters, faculty advisor.
Battle of the Books
Battle of the Books Club Webpage
Battle of the Books is open to all students who enjoy reading and LOVE competition. An interest meeting is held in early September of every school year. (See above date.) After that meeting, students submit an application to join. While students' book preferences are highly considered, our goal is that every book is read by 3-4 team members; therefore, each team member is assigned five books. Typically one or two are not high on the student's preference list, but need to be read due to the nature of the competition. Students read their assigned six books before mid-December when our weekly meetings and practice competitions start. Contact Mrs. Walters, faculty advisor, with questions.
The Builder's Club is an international organization for middle school students with the goal of building character and developing leadership through service activities.
For information, please contact the club advisor, Mrs. Leon.
The Chess Club consists of students in grades 6, 7, and 8 that want to learn, or enjoy playing chess. The group typically meets once or twice a month on announced afternoons in the media center. Contact Mr. Massullo, faculty advisor, with questions.
Dance Company is a performance group that meets every Wednesday after school. Members are invited to join following an audition early in the school year. Students learn choreography at Wednesday rehearsals and then perform during various events throughout the year, including Fall Frenzy, March Madness, and the Winter and Spring Dance Concerts. 6th-8th grade students are eligible to participate. Dance Company is a year-long commitment. Contact Ms. Maxwell, faculty advisor, with questions.
Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)
Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a student club that builds leaders for healthy families, successful careers and strong communities. It is a dynamic and effective student led organization that helps students become leaders through hard work, focus and dedication to improving heir project management skills, communication, and presentation skills. These desirable "soft skills" are in high demand by colleges, universities, and employers. Students will create a service project that advocates and promote family and consumer science education and related subject areas. Contact Mrs. Heffelfinger, faculty advisor with questions. Contact Mrs. Heffelfinger, Faculty advisor, with questions.
FFA is a dynamic youth organization within agricultural education that changes lives and prepares students for premier leadership, personal growth and career success. FFA was created in 1928 as the Future Farmers of America; the name was changed in 1988 to the National FFA Organization to represent the growing diversity of agriculture. Today, nearly one half-million student members are engaged in a wide range of agricultural education activities, leading to over 300 career opportunities in the agricultural science, food, fiber and natural resources industry. Student success remains the primary mission of FFA. Contact Mr. Gabriel, faculty advisor with questions.
The International Club is an organization committed to the understanding and appreciation of diverse cultural heritages on an individual, school, community, and global level. Our goal is to explore our own cultural heritage while we investigate the heritage of others to bolster connection, improve understanding, and increase social justice while developing youth leadership. Contact Ms. Harkness or Ms. Nicodemus with questions.
Junior PBIS is a student organization that supports the goals of West Millbrook's Positive Behavior Support Program. These students take leadership roles in encouraging a positive, inclusive, environment for all members of our school community, and plan activities throughout the year to keep positive behavior and a safe, positive environment at the forefront of our thinking.
Contact Ms. Kimel, faculty advisor, if you have questions.
Math Counts is a competitive group of student mathematicians who begin to prepare for competition early in the school year. Typically, the district competition occurs in February. Contact, Ms. Skipper, faculty advisor with questions.
The West Millbrook Middle School Student Council is consists of members and officers chosen by the student body. Throughout the school year, the Student Council, working with the advisors, sponsors a variety school dances and other activities in which all students can participate.
If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Cozzie, faculty advisor.
The West Millbrook Yearbook, is published each year by a team of students along with a faculty advisor. This publication requires determination to meet deadlines, along with a desire to improve photography skills.