DAVIS MIDDLE SCHOOL
Members of the announcement team practice
communication skills by taking turns reading the daily announcements over the
PA system and weekly video announcements.
Art club is open to all grades (25 students). It will be held on Wednesdays and students will create artwork while exploring new mediums. The club works to enhance the school environment, promoted the visual arts and engage students in the artistic process. It also promotes interaction with peers in a positive, character-driven and creative manner.
with the Stars meets Davis Middle School!
Club is open to 6th grade students in all of the Dublin Middle
Schools. They meet once a week for four
weeks to learn to dance. There is a
final dinner dance party at a formal location.
Are you a leader in accepting
differences? Do you like to help others?
Would you like to teach others about diversity and acceptance? Do you like to
make new friends? If you answered YES to any of the above
questions, then YOU need to be part of THE
DAVIS DIFFERENCE. Davis Difference is
designed to guide students to develop the skills needed to help themselves and
others accept, understand, embrace, and celebrate differences. Many of the
activities will take place during the school day (lunch once a week, study
center, and the classroom) with special events planned throughout the school
year (sporting events, pre-dance parties, fundraisers, and community events).
Students will learn to work together regardless of ability and will have the
opportunity to accept the differences that exist in all of us!
of Christian Athletes engages athletes, students and coaches to grown in their
faith and sport. All are welcome for
food and fellowship one day a week before school at 7:20 a.m.
Fusion is a string-playing club that preforms fiddling and alternative styles
of music. All DMS Orchestra students
with at least one year of playing experience are encouraged to join. Rehearsals are on Friday mornings at 7:20
a.m. in the orchestra room.
National Geographic Society Sponsors this annual event to encourage geographic
literacy. Students participate by
verbally answering questions dealing with various aspects of geography. Finalists compete for the chance to take a
written test that will be entered in the state-wide contest.
Interact Club is the school and community service projects club at Davis. Research shows that service learning improves student self-esteem and motivation and interest in learning. It reinforces values such as justice, compassion and citizenship and builds community support for education. Interact Club members plan, organize and lead service projects within the school and in the community. Service projects have included donations to the Dublin Food Pantry, “adoption” of families for the Holiday season, and Sole Hope project of making shoes for people of Uganda to name a few. The Interact Club is sponsored by Rotary Club. Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change.
Band is for those students interested in jazz music who have a skill in playing
instruments that are considered to be synonymous with jazz music. The band meets before school once a week and
performs various times throughout the year.
you like working with computers? Would you like to build a robot? Then
this is the club for you. Lego league is
a club in which a team of 3 to 10 students build a robot. At the end of the
year the team competes in a regional tournament for a spot at the state competition. The state competition winners progress to the
international Robotics Festival. Go to http://www.dublinroboticsboosters.org
to sign up.
math team is open to students in grades 6, 7, and 8. This team meets weekly and has a competition
Midwest Talent Search
for Talent Development at Northwestern University sponsors this annual
event. Qualifying students may sign up
to take the SAT or ACT college entrance examinations. The school will provide information and
students register individually.
Pen Ohio is a writing team dedicated to developing the creative
voice of its members. Seventh and eighth graders are encouraged to try-out for
the team in the fall. The teams will meet throughout the year to develop,
share, and critique creative writing pieces. Participants then have the
opportunity to compete at the district, regional, and state level.
The purpose of this
council is to build a strong relationship between Administration and
Students. There will be a 6th,
7th, and 8th grade council and each will meet with Dr.
Deagle during grade level lunches. Another purpose of this group is to give a
voice to the Davis students, look at ways to improve our community and school,
and clarify issues that might arise.
Students will be asked to meet with homerooms to collect issues from
students, and to communicate discussions with the council back to students.
Available to 6th, 7th
and 8th grade students to learn to snow ski or improve their skills. Skiing takes place in Mad River after school one night per week for 6 weeks, starting in January. Transportation, lessons and equipment rental are available through different packages that range in price. Vist the website: Ski Club
A student ambassador is someone who will
represent Davis Middle School positively and help build community within our
school. Student ambassadors may be asked
to act as a buddy to new students, welcome parents to after school events,
maintain communication with the student body, and act as a school
representative to new students and adults in the community.
The Student Council is an
organization that represents Davis Middle School by demonstrating leadership
and responsibility. The members are elected by the student body and act as the
voice of the student body. Members meet
monthly to plan activities and fundraisers for the school and community.
Come learn the art of Taiko Drumming.
This is an esteemed drumming ensemble. You will have after-school practices once a
week and various performances.
Junior TI is a leadership group for 6th,
7th, and 8th grade students. At the meetings, high school TI members teach
the middle school students life skills to help them make positive choices. They do this through fun games and
activities. The group has monthly
activities with other Dublin Middle School TI groups. One focus of the group is to encourage
drug-free lifestyles. Junior TI is
responsible for planning Red Ribbon Week, which is a nationwide drug-free
yearbook offers a chance for students to work with staff and students from
different grade levels in developing the yearbook. Students learn to organize and format a
yearbook for sales and distribution.
Skills in photography, journalism, and marketing are developed
throughout the school year.