Advisor - Ms. Tucker
Art club meets every Tuesday after school in the art room. Art Club is an open door policy so students do not have to attend each week. When they do attend, they will sign in that day. Students will be invited to work on the weekly project that is chosen or to work independently from other materials in the art room. Students may also use this time to work on other arrt based projects for their othr subjects and have the support of the art room materials. You may bring your own snack and listen to your own music.
Advisor - Mr. Redpath, Mrs Borges & Mr. Brandon
Builders Club will have their first meeting Next Wednesday after school in room A100. Builders club is a community service club. It is the middle school version of the Kiwanis Club and is sponsored by the local Kiwanis Club. Our mission is to help students gain leadership skills while providing service to the community and stressing the value and importance of volunteering. Sign up at lunch or after school. Any questions contact:
Advisor - Ms. Conant and Ms. Medeiros
Do you like to voice your thoughts and opinions about current topics in our world? Do you want to learn how to best get those ideas across? If so, Debate Team may be for you. The Debate Team will meet after school on Mondays and Wednesdays starting Wednesday October4, 2017. There are two Debate meets each year and we will travel to two schools. The team is limited to 12 students, for more information contact:
Advisors - Ms. Beth Anne Young
This year’s NMS Musical Beauty and the Beaset. Rehearsals are after school on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. Students interested in helping out backstage should see Mrs. Young . The Crew will begin coming to all rehearsals in early November. Any questions, please contact:
FOREIGN LANGUAGE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
Advisors - Mr. Michael (Russian) Ms. Laine (Spanish)
The foreign language after school program is a 7 week exploratory language learning opportunity for students in all grades at the NMS.The program meets weekly on Wednesday’s for a period of one hour and for a duration of 15 sessions. Students will spend weeks learning each of the Two languages taught at MHS giving them communicative skills in each language as well as helping them to discover which language they will most enjoy studying when they attend Middleboro High School. For further information, contact Mr. Sean Kinney (MHS foreign language department leader).
Advisor - Ms. Sasville
Our GSA club is open to ALL students for the purpose of providing a safe and supportive place for GLBT students and GLBT friendly students to connect and communicate. We willmeet once a month on the third Wednesday of the month from 2:30 to 3:30 in room AR1 Our frist club meeting will be October17, 2018.
For more information please contact Ms. Sasville
Advisor - Mr. Thompson
Four sessions of Intramurals will be offered on Monday and Wednesdays and sometimes on Tuesdays for make-up dates to all students throughout the year. First session is Flag Football which will begin in October and end in November ( dates and times to be announced. The other sessions include Basketball, Floor Hockey, and Kickball/Dodgeball later in the school year. More information to come throughout the year. Please see or contact Mr. Thompson for further information.MATH TEAM
Advisor - Ms.Wooley
Math Team Meets every other Monday starting October 15th in room B102. Math Team is available for 7th and 8th graders, It is great for students who are looking for a fun, challenging environment to explore Math. We will travel to other schools for two meets during the year. Please see or contact Ms. wooley for further informationSTUDENT COUNCIL
Advisors - Mr. Rothemich & Ms. Sue Schobel
Student Council is available to any interested students in all grades. Meetings for all grades will be held once a month (To be announced) with other meetings for events as needed. Our first meeting will be October 3, 2017 in the 7th grade A cluster. We encourage students to be school leaders by raising awareness through fundraisers, food drives as well as helping students find ways to help out in their community. Additionally, planning of hat days, school functions, etc. Any questions please contact:
THEATRICAL PLAYERS CLUB
Advisor - Ms. Weaver
The Theatrical Players Club will meet will meet after school starting January in the auditorium. This year's production The somewhat True Tale of Robinhood. Any student who would like to be onstage or work behind the scenes during the production please see Ms. Weaver or contact her at:
TIGER TV CLUB
Advisor - Mr. Adam Pellitier - Mr. Joshua Pooler
Tiger TV club is an after school activity that will start in October We get together every week and learn how to use digital video cameras, editing software and studio equipment. Students can find themselves working a variety of projects. In the past we have done claymation, interviews, short videos and even a monster movie. All NMS students are welcome to check it out but space can be limited. Attendance is important while we are filming projects.
Please contact Mr. Pelletier with specific dates or any questions:
Advisor - Ms. Walgreen
Yearbook committee meets after school twice a month starting in October in the Media Center. A small group of students are selected by Mrs. Walgreen to help create the Nichols Middle School yearbook. Jobs include taking photos, creating and editing pages, interviewing staff and students, writing, and promoting yearbook sales. Students will be expected to help take photos at school events and spirit days. Students who are interested should pick up an application from Ms. Walgreen in the media center. Any questions please contact:
Fall Coaches: Girls Field Hockey- Ms. Rich
Girls Soccer- Ms. McLaughlin
Boys Soccer- Mr. Paul Donovan
Tryouts for Fall sports begin in late August and sports run through the end of October. Tryouts are open to students entering grades 6-8 with roster size varying between 17-22. All athletes are expected to commit to practices and games scheduled Monday through Friday during the season. There is also a $175 user fee due when selected for a team. Both soccer teams compete in the Massasoit League that includes teams from Norton, Dighton, Rehoboth, Bridgewater, Berkley, Freetown-Lakeville, Seekonk, and Swansea. Field Hockey has an independent schedule that has a mixture of middle school teams and freshmen teams primarily from the Patriot League and South Shore Leagues.
Winter Coaches: Girls Basketball: Ms. Kelly Rich
Boys Basketball:Mr. Jason Carol
Tryouts for Winter sports begin in November and run through the end of January. Tryouts are open to students entering grades 6-8 with roster size varying between 8-12. All athletes are expected to commit to practices and games scheduled Monday through Friday during the season. There is also a $175 user fee due when selected for a team. Both basketball teams compete in the Massasoit League that includes teams from Norton, Dighton, Rehoboth, Bridgewater, Berkley, Freetown-Lakeville, Seekonk, and Swansea.
Spring Coaches: Softball: Mr. Hansen
Baseball: Mr. Thompson
Tryouts for Spring sports begin in March and run through early June. Tryouts are open to students entering grades 6-8 with roster size varying between 12-17. All athletes are expected to commit to practices and games scheduled Monday through Friday during the season. There is also a $175 user fee due when selected for a team. Both basketball teams compete in the Massasoit League that includes teams from Norton, Dighton, Rehoboth, Bridgewater, Berkley, Freetown-Lakeville, Seekonk, and Swansea.
For further information on any school athletics, contact Athletic Director, Mr. Ryan Sylvia, firstname.lastname@example.org.