Art club is a series of organized activities and projects for students experiment with different materials and mediums to expand their creativity. Watercolor, acrylic paint, ceramics, figure drawing, portrait drawing, computer art, and much more! Possible poster contests (ex. fire prevention), will also be considered as some projects. Club members may also help with posters and bulletins for special events and fundraisers, sports events, and scenery for school plays.
The AVA, Audio Visual Aid, squad helps our school. They set-up the sound, lighting, and videos for our plays, assemblies, etc. They also set-up and write scripts in the morning for our own television studio in the morning called FMS News. In the morning, if not writing scripts, we are fixing computers, helping other teachers with their computer problems, or setting up VCR or television. This club is only open to eighth graders who are selected.
Band - Falcon/Jazz
The bands at Fieldstone rehearse before school each week. The Falcon Band, which consists of mostly 5th and 6th graders, meets on Wednesday mornings. The concert or 7th and 8th grade band rehearses on Monday and Thursday mornings. The jazz band, an ensemble for advanced students, rehearsals will be on Wednesday afternoons throughout the school year in the Band room.
This organization is dedicated to
creating professional Television and Cinema productions in a fun atmosphere
consistent with and in support of the mission of
The Fieldstone Chorus is open to
all students in
Places please! Dim the lights! And let the curtain rise for the FMS school musical! All 5-8 grade students are invited to participate in this year’s musical drama to be performed in front a live audience in late spring. Optional afterschool meetings will begin in November to expose students to drama techniques through a variety of games. An information meeting concerning the musical itself will take place before the holiday break and auditions will be held immediately upon return in January. This is the ideal creative outlet for those who love to act, dance, and sing! Any interested students will also have the opportunity to contribute to set design, costumes, and publicity.
The Environmental Club will be working on several projects to help our students and community become more aware of protecting and preserving our planet. Projects will include increasing recycling through posters, advertisements and placing new recycling bins. We will also explore sponsoring an endangered animal, planting a pumpkin patch, and using environmentally friendly pest control.
A weekly opportunity for 5-8th grade students to work on homework, school projects or study for tests with the assistance of high school peer mentors. There will be a teacher monitor to maintain a quiet work atmosphere and assist when needed. Students are encouraged to come prepared with materials and questions for the high school peer mentors.
When the weather turns cold - come to the gym for some early morning exercise. Activities will include basketball, waffle ball, and roller hockey. All students must have updated physicals in order to participate.
LEGO Robotics a global program
created to get kids excited about science and technology. Geared for ages 9-14
(up to 16 outside of the
Memory book is responsible for creating a keepsake that captures student memories and events throughout the year. Students in grades 5-8 are divided into teams to cover specific sections of the yearbook. Student editors are selected for each team to help carry out the ideas of the students.
Model Rocket Club
This club will endeavor to facilitate day dreaming about such things as flight, astronomy, physical power, space production, limits of gravity, using gravity as a tool, Sir Isaac Newton,Wernher von Braun, Dr. Robert H. Goddard, Professor Albert Einstein, President John F. Kennedy, and Pythagoras. Each student will build one rocket from scratch and build one store bought rocket. Then they will launch their rockets high into the sky. This club will also teach students that Math is a tool that is used to define and exploit the mind shattering field of Physics.
Poetry Club is a place where everyone shares one common interest. A love for poetry and writing. You will find not only great poets within these walls but wonderful, kind and caring people. We are a very active club! We have challenges, poetry readings, fun threads, and much more. If curiosity has got you wondering what is within the walls of FMS then joint the poetry club.
The service club is a mandatory experience for all 8th graders. Each 8th grade student is expected to have a “job” providing a service to their school. This obligation can be fulfilled by joining the AVA squad, the gym squad, being a hall monitor, working for a teacher etc. Workers are expected to turn in a “credit slip” monthly from Sept. to April.
The Spanish Club is opened to all students who are looking
to further explore the Spanish language and culture. Members will raise money
through a variety of fundraisers to sponsor a less fortunate child from
This year's 'Student Senate' not only reflects a name change, but also a complete revitalization of FMS's student government. For the first time in its history, our middle school now takes pride in having 4 representatives for each grade level, 5 through 8, and a 5 member 'executive committee' to represent the entire student body to the faculty and administration, thus echoing our new spirit of, "We're all in this together!"
United Nations / Debate Club
In debate club, students in 5th – 8th grade will learn the fundamentals of debate and logic. Students will develop their research skills while debating issues important to middle school students. Students will initially debate against each other, but the goal is to eventually debate other local Middle Schools.