4-H is a youth organization for boys and girls in grades 5 – 12. 4-H teaches leadership; members are encouraged to participate in county, district, and state-wide 4-H activities, do community service, and participate in a project each year.
Advisor: S. Ivey, A. Smith
Beta Club is by invitation only to students who have an 85 or above average in each subject, are on grade level, and have no more than one office referral in a year.
Advisor: B. Arnold, M. Rodriguez
Location: Rm 805
Christ Club allows students to impact their school through their faith. Students meet to encourage each other and discover ways to positively change their school environment using sound Biblical principles.
Advisor: J. Scroggins, D. DAvis
The mission of FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) is to present to athletes and coaches and all whom they influence the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.
Advisor: S. sanders
Location: Rm. 156
The Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapter at W.J.W. focuses on the family & family life. Boys and girls in grades 6-12 are able to be involved in this organization. Members participate in meetings, community service projects, and develop life skills. This club aligns with Mrs. Sanders Family and Consumer Science (FACS) connection class. Please see Mrs. Sanders in room 156 for more information.
Advisor: B. Gibbs, C. Bass
Location: Choir Room
FFA (Future Farmers of America) is an organization for students who are interested in agriculture, Georgia’s largest industry. Activities include livestock shows, local, area, and state contests, Sunbelt Expo, after school socials, community service, and others.
Advisor: S. Jones, R. Yarbrough
Location: Lab B
G.E.M.S. is Girls Exemplifying Magnificent Standards. Our mission is to inspire and enable girls to develop confidence and leadership skills in an effort to become gems who make a difference in our school, community, and world. The goal of the advisors is to become a positive influence in the lives of girls who others may fail to reach. We want to help them develop the qualities they need to become responsible, caring, and productive citizens.
Advisor: N. Madison, D. Andrews, A. Smith
Our mission is to provide support to participants and assist them in taking steps to improve their quality of life. The Gentlemen’s Club is also striving to empower young boys with tools necessary to become productive citizens and upstanding gentlemen. This club meets twice a month, once as a group and the other with representatives from the Passport to Manhood (Boy’s and Girl’s Club).
Advisor: S. Davenport, J. carnes, S. Moore
I.M.P.A.C.T stands for Improving Mankind through Partnerships by creating Advancements within the Community through Teamwork. Our mission is to expose and teach students the value of philanthropic work. The club will model this by building relationships with community organizations, creating partnerships to do community service projects, team building and transforming young people into tomorrow’s leaders by impacting mankind.
Advisor: Lara Littleton
Jr. Key Builders Club enables members to make personal contributions to their school, community, and peers. Builders Club is for young people who want to take positive, constructive actions to build a better world for themselves and others.
Advisor: B. Arnold, M. Rodriguez
Location: Rm 331
Access your future; become a Leo! The Leo club is a sponsored affiliation of the Moultrie Lions club and is part of the Lions international network. The Lions motto is “We serve.” Leo club will follow the guidelines of the Lions to plan and organize projects to help others in our community. While doing service projects, Leos will have the opportunity to develop leadership skills and experience teamwork in action. Activities will include community service projects, social functions, regular meetings, and officer elections.
Advisor: A. Kelley
The mission of the Partnership for Success is to develop leadership skills, support community service projects, and cultivate friendship among students with and without disabilities at Williams Middle School.
Advisor: C. Williams
Location: Rm 816
The pep squad allows students to show school spirit at various events through chants, stepping, and dance. They are positive role models, leaders, and supporters for WJWMS. Our mission is to promote school spirit, self-confidence, and build self-esteem while providing a community of support for all students.
Advisor: P. Bledsoe, G. Howard
The purpose of the science club is to help students become aware of the importance of science in the world around them. The science club enables students to dig deeper into earth, life, and physical science. Members will “go green”, with projects on recycling and composting. Members will be able to participate in projects including an outdoor classroom, herb/organic gardening, restoring natural water resources, environmental science experiences, rocket-building, and many more.
SGA (Student Government Association) participants experience the election process and are active in activities supporting our school. Officers represent the school at our ballgames and honors program.
Advisor: G. Herndon
Location: Technology room
The goal of the Technology Club is to promote the use of computer technology, enabling those who join the club to enhance educational experiences. Club activities include developmentally appropriate practices and programs that promote school service and academic achievement through the use of technology and applications of problem solving skills.
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