• Clubs & Activities 

     

Sports, Clubs, and Activities are great ways to help develop your character & skills, which will benefit you in and out of sc
  • Boys Basketball

    Faculty Sponsor(s):  Head coach - Mr. Johnathon Burton     Assistant coach - Mr. DJ Rogers

    Meeting Information: Mr Burton's Room (E-Wing) and Uppe/Lower Gym, Mondays through Thursdayss at 4:45 PM

    Purpose: To develop basketball skills and improve as a player. To learn "life lessons" that have value beyond the basketball court.

    Dues/Membership: Yes; 7th and 8th graders with a current physical; pass 5 out of 6 classes and in good disciplinary status; must pay fees and dues by the given deadline

    Affiliations: N/A

  • Cheerleading

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Coach Thompson & Coach Ambeau

    Meeting Information: Practice is held in the lower gym on Tuesdays and Wednesdays 4:30-6:00 PM.

    Purpose: Creating a positive and uplifting atmosphere for the CMS Boys and Girls athletic programs.

    Dues/Membership: Yes; follow the general guidelines from the GCPS athletic handbook

    Affiliations: Local 

  • Dance Team

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Ms. Ware & Ms. Lovett

    Meeting Information: Practices Wednesday and Thursday mornings at 7:30 AM in the lower gym.

    Purpose: Our goal is to grow as dancers, performers, and people and bring spirit to CMS Basketball games and other events.

    Dues/Membership: Yes, students must be passing 5 out of 6 classes to participate; sports physicals; dancers may be restricted from performing due to poor attendance or bad behavior. See audition packet for additional information.

    Affiliations: None

     

  • Girls Basketball

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Mr. Huynh & Ms. Rickett

    Meeting Information: Practices are held in the upper gym from 7:15-8:40 AM.

    Purpose: To develop student athletes into positive leaders in the school community and while teaching them sportsmanship and teamwork.

    Dues/Membership: Yes; there will be tryouts; you must make the team to play

    Affiliations: Local

  • Intramurals Fall & Spring

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Coach Ricket & Coach Huynh

    Meeting Information: Fall (8/16/22-10/11/22) and Spring (3/7/23-5/16/23) for 9 weeks, Tuesdays 6th grade, Wednesdays 7th grade and Thursdays 8th grade. Students need to enter the building in the lower gym lobby at 8:00.  ALL students need to be in the upper gym by 8:10.  

    Purpose: To allow students the opportunity to develop physical skills while learning to work collaboratively; the program offers students a variety of activities that can be played before the school day begins

    Dues/Membership: No; participants must wear appropriate shoes for play on the gym floor as well as school-approved clothing. Students are expected to demonstrate good sportsmanship and conduct at all times. Students who create problems due to conduct, bad sportsmanship, etc. will be banned from participation in this program.

    Affiliations: Local

     

  • Volleyball

    Faculty Sponsor(s):  Ethan Serrano-Dennis

    Meeting Information:  Mondays & Fridays, 4:30-6pm, Lower Gym

    Purpose: The mission of the Creekland Girls Volleyball Club is to provide students an atmosphere in which they grow as individuals and athletes, learning and increasing their skills in volleyball in preparation for advance play. 

    Dues/Membership: Practice T-Shirts: $10 each 2 per person, Miscellaneous Cost: $10 per person

    Affiliations: No

  • Boy's Talk

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Mr. Rogers, Mr. Webb, Mr. Burton

    Meeting Information: 1st Meeting will be September 20; Every Wednesday 4:45-5:45 PM in the Upper Gym

    Purpose: A boy's group to create a safe environment to help young boys grow in confidence and self-esteem.  We will provide mentorship, coaching, and community involvement to foster healthy relationships and promote maturity through brother-hood.

    Dues/Membership: Yes; To cultivate a safe and welcoming environment the following rules must be followed:  

    • Be respectful to yourself and others. 
    • No bullying of any kind. 
    • Be willing to learn and try new things. 
    • Be welcoming and inclusive with your club brothers. 
    • Show gratitude and thankfulness. 
    • Be trustworthy.
    • Always hold yourself and others accountable.

    Affiliations: None

  • Book Club

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Ms. Carrie Card

    Meeting Information: once or twice a month before school; lower Media Center

    Purpose: Talk about books. Debate books. Celebrate books and readers.

    Dues/Membership: only if the club participates in Readers Rally

    Affiliations: None

  • Chess Club

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Ms. Nocera

    Meeting Information: Thursday mornings at 8:00 AM in room 1.279 C wing (next to the computer lab)

    Purpose: Chess club is a place to meet new friends who also enjoy chess! Basic instruction will be given for students new to the game.

    Dues/Membership: No; everyone is invited

    Affiliations: None

  • E-Sports Gaming Club

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  • Eagle Action News Broadcast Club

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Ms. Carrie Card, Ms. Catherine Cawley, and Mrs. Pittman

    Meeting Information: Daily @ 8:50 am in the lower media center (broadcast room)

    Purpose: Students will produce and report announcements at the beginning of each school day; this includes not only the regular morning announcements but also producing short videos about happenings in the school

    Dues/Membership: No; dedicated and dependable students who can and will report to the TV studio promptly each day and conduct themselves in a manner appropriate to a representative of the Creekland school family. Application process.

    Affiliations: None

  • Gaming Club

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Ms. Chris Marsh-Pierce

    Meeting Information: Every Tuesday after school in the Spanish classroom (C-Wing) until 5:30pm.

    Purpose: To create a place where CMS students who enjoy gaming can come together to compete in and work with board games, table top RPG games, and video/PC games. 

    Dues/Membership: No dues for the first semester, we are a new club! The Gaming Club is open to any CMS student. Faculty and staff are not allowed to be full members, but they can be non-voting, affiliate members and/or participate in events. 

    Affiliations: None 

  • Girl Talk (6th Graders)

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Ms . Morehead, Ms. Holloway, and Ms. Linardi

    Meeting Information: 1st Meeting will be September 11; Every Monday 4:45-5:45 PM in the collabatory- E-wing (6th grade hallway)

    Purpose: A girls' group designed to create a safe environment to help young ladies grow in confidence and self-esteem through laughter, fun, and sister-hood.

    Dues/Membership: Yes; To cultivate a safe and welcoming environment the following rules must be followed:  

    • Be respectful to yourself and others. 
    • Come prepared to every club meeting. 
    • Bring a smile, and positivity. 
    • Be willing to learn and try new things. 
    • Be welcoming and inclusive with your club sisters. 
    • Show gratitude and thankfulness. 
    • Be trustworthy by maintaining private conversations had within the group. 

    Affiliations: Local

  • Girl Talk (7th Graders)

    Faculty Sponsor(s): 

    Meeting Information: (*Interest Meeting - Wednesday, October 4, 4:45 - 5:45pm),  then every Wednesday 4:45-5:45 PM in the E-wing Collaboratory

    Purpose: Girl Talk helps all girls have the confidence and skills to be successful leaders.  We will cover a wide range of topics, including diversity & inclusion, body image, and relationships.

    Dues/Membership: Yes; To cultivate a safe and welcoming environment the following rules must be followed:  

    • Be respectful to yourself and others. 
    • Come prepared to every club meeting. 
    • Bring a smile, and positivity. 
    • Be willing to learn and try new things. 
    • Be welcoming and inclusive with your club sisters. 
    • Show gratitude and thankfulness. 
    • Be trustworthy by maintaining private conversations had within the group. 

    Affiliations: N/A

  • Girl Talk (8th Graders)

    Faculty Sponsor(s): 

    Meeting Information: (Interest Meeting - Wednesday, October 4, 4:45 - 5:45pm),  then every Wednesday 4:45-5:45 PM in the E-wing Collaboratory

    Purpose: A girls' group designed to create a safe environment to help young ladies grow in confidence and self-esteem through laughter, fun, and sister-hood.

    Dues/Membership: Yes; To cultivate a safe and welcoming environment the following rules must be followed:  

    • Be respectful to yourself and others. 
    • Come prepared to every club meeting. 
    • Bring a smile, and positivity. 
    • Be willing to learn and try new things. 
    • Be welcoming and inclusive with your club sisters. 
    • Show gratitude and thankfulness. 
    • Be trustworthy by maintaining private conversations had within the group. 

    Affiliations: Local

  • Girls on the Run

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Coach Grair, Coach Clyne, Coach Vargas, and Coach Connell

    Meeting Information: Tuesdays & Thursdays at 4:30-6pm, D-Wing Room 1.028, then proceed to the upper field

    Purpose:  The program considers the whole person (body, brain, heart, spirit and social connection).  Heart & Sole offers an inclusive place of belonging, where participants feel supported and inspired to explore their emotions, cultivate empathy and strengthen their physical and emotional health.

    Dues/Membership: $0-$225.  Fees are determined on a sliding scale based on household income.

    Affiliations: Insurance, website, curriculum copyright dues to Girls on the Run International.  The program is a Diverse Nonprofit Organization.

  • Honor Eagles Winds Band Ensemble

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Mr. Jacob Sevier

    Meeting Information: We meet at 8:00am on Thursday Mornings in the Large Band Room 

    Purpose: This is an extension of band that challenges the students to more advanced music and has the 7th and 8th graders play as one ensemble.

    Dues/Membership: None

    Affiliations: None

  • Makerspace Club

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Ms. Card

    Meeting Information: Once a month before school at 8:00am in the lower Media Center

    Purpose: To foster a collaborative environment wherein students can explore and create intersections between technology, science, art, and culture.

    Dues/Membership: No

    Affiliations: None

  • Robotics Club

    Faculty Sponsor(s):  Jennifer Tookes

    Meeting Information: Wednesday 4:30p - 5:30p in Mrs Tookes room# 1.384. 

    Purpose: The purpose of Creekland's Robotics Club is to assist students with developing organizational, time management, and teambuilding skills while coding robots. 

    Dues/Membership: $75

    Affiliations: Collins Hill VEX Robotics Club 

  • Sign Language Club

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Mrs. Cathy Mendoza

    Meeting Information: Twice a month on Tuesdays, 4:30PM - 5:40PM in Rm 1.033 (D wing) Please check calendar for exact dates.  First meeting will be on September 19. 

    Purpose: The Creekland Middle School Sign Language Club works to increase awareness of American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf Culture in our school and community. We offer a welcoming environment to all those who desire to learn or improve their signing skills through practice, lessons, activities, interaction, and performances, while developing relationships in the community. 

    Dues/Membership: None

    Affiliations: Local

  • Soccer Club

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  • Student Government Association

    Faculty Sponsor(s): Demone Webb, Susan Demos

    Meeting Information: Thursdays at 8:15am, Lower Level Media Center

    Purpose: The purpose is to serve as an official medium through which students' ideas and opinions may be presented for faculty and administrative actions, to serve as a governing body (under faculty supervision) for the development, promotion, and administration of student affairs, to give organized student support to educational, recreational, social, and charitable activities initiated and sponsored by the school, and thus form a closer relationship between the students, faculty, and administration.

    Dues/Membership: None

    Affiliations: None

  • Notice

    CMS Student Clubs and Extracurricular Activities

    Parents: Please review the information in this document. If there is an activity in which you do not wish for your child to participate, please go to your Gwinnett County Public Schools, Student/Parent Handbook, Grades 4-12, 2023-2024, and return the completed form to your child’s homeroom teacher.

    It is our pleasure to offer the activities listed. Please encourage your child to review the activities with you to see if there are opportunities they would enjoy.