NFMS Clubs and Activities
The mission of Georgia 4-H is to assist youth in acquiring knowledge, developing life skills, and forming attitudes that will enable them to become self-directing, productive and contributing members of society. This mission is accomplished, through "hands on" learning experiences, focused on agricultural and environmental issues, agriculture awareness, leadership, communication skills, foods and nutrition, health, energy conservation, and citizenship.
4-H club meets the second Friday of every month at 8a.m.
Art Club is an opportunity for students in 6th-8th grades to explore art concepts and techniques outside the normal classroom. Students can join at the beginning of the school year. Dues of $20 pay for various materials used in each project. Art club members also have the opportunity to help with sets for drama productions.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The FCA mission is to present athletes and coaches and all whom they influence the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Lord, serving Him in their relationships and the fellowship of the church.
FCA meets twice a month for group meetings.
Coach Martin, Mr. Stringer, Mrs. Pineda, Mrs. Shelton and Mr. Hilton
Future Teachers of America
open to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders who have an interest in possibly becoming a teacher one day and maybe pursuing the Education as a Profession pathway in high school
Weekly before school
Mrs. Livingston-Schroeder and Mrs. Gonzalez
The Green Team is committed to recycling, reducing, and reusing at NFMS. The team is providing weekly classroom and building recycling bin pickup, daily recycling in the school cafeteria, and finding ways to reuse and repurpose things at the school that would otherwise go to the landfill.
The Green Team will meet before school throughout the school year
North Forsyth Middle offers an outstanding intramural program to students in grades six, seven, and eight as an alternative sports/activities program. Students must have a parental permission form on file in the athletic department. No physicals are necessary to participate. Students may participate in any session throughout the year and during their off-season from other sports. Good sportsmanship and having fun are the only pre-requisites for participating in this program.
Activities offered are based on student interest and are scheduled before school in the fall, winter, and spring.
Junior Beta Club
The National Beta Club recognizes high academic achievement, promotes character and social responsibility, encourages service involvement to school and community, fosters leadership skills, and provides settings for your child to develop interpersonal relationship skills. Eligible students will receive invitations in early September.
Mrs. Boone and Mrs. Strube
Junior Thespian Troupe
Students are inducted into the troupe by earning points through performances, classwork, helping on stage crew, etc. This honor can carry over with them when they get into high school by allowing them to start with 5 points towards being inducted into the high school’s thespian troupe.
The Jr. Thespian Troupe will meet once a month before school.
NFMS Robotics Team
The NFMS Robotics program is open to all 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Students participating in the program develop technical skills like engineering, programming, and research, as well as interpersonal skills like communication, cooperation, and team work.
Robotics meets up to twice a week, and has one competition every month.
Operation Wildcat meets to write letters of support and gratitude to men and women serving in different branches of the US military. New recruits, veterans, first responders, and wounded warriors will be the recipients of the letters.
The poetry club allows students to unleash their creative side. In club meetings we read our favorite poetry-or works by our favorite poets, and write original poetry. We learn about various styles and techniques, as well. Our plan is to have a Poetry Slam at the end of the year providing an opportunity to share original poetry with others.
Please join us to share in the love of literature! The first book we will be reading is called Freak The Mighty, which all participants will need to purchase.
Mrs. Jordan and Mrs. Holzer
Student leaders provide an orientation program for the rising 6th graders each spring. These leaders are selected by 6th grade teachers and should be academically competent as they will miss some class time while they are involved in the transition activities.
Meets as needed, primarily in the spring.
Student Council is a student government organization. Our goals include helping students learn about government by participating in a school wide election to choose class representatives. Representatives help make decisions on how they can influence our school and community for the better. They have opportunities to help plan school events and participate in charitable giving and serving.
Meets twice a month.
Mrs. O’Shields, Mrs. Gaines and Mrs. McCollum
Wildcats on the Move
This is for the exercise fanatic and the challenge driven or the ones that want to be active. You can walk or run. Whatever floats your boat….the goal is still the same.
Meets weekly after school.
Mrs. Gaines, Mrs. Holzer and Mrs. Stewart