The Battle of the Books is a reading competition among the middle schools of Williamson County Schools. To participate, students read the 8 pre-selected books and take the qualifying test the 2nd week of December. The 6 students with the highest scores on the qualifying test make up the Battle of the Books team, along with a few alternates. For more details contact Mrs. Caudle at email@example.com.
Contact Evan Burton firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol Strayer email@example.com
Katherine Aydelott firstname.lastname@example.org
The Page Middle School Band is made up of about 300 students who enjoy making music. The Page Band performs several concerts each year, as well as playing at Pep Rallies, school events, and one football game. The Page Band has several students each year that qualify for All Mid-State Band and the Williamson County Honor Band, and the Page Band consistently receives Superior ratings at the MTSBOA Concert Performance Assessment. Membership is open to any interested 6th grade students, with no experience required. 7th and 8th grade band is open to any student who has been in the band before.
Best Buddies is an organization that fosters one-to-one friendships between middle school students with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). We provide opportunities for students to share interests, experiences, and activities. Best Buddies Middle Schools helps to create an inclusive middle school culture for all students early on in their educational development.
For more information contact Rebecca Wilson email@example.com
Bag It and Book It! Book Club
Do you like books? Do you like to talk about books? Do you like to eat? Then join us in the library every 3rd Thursday during your lunch to talk about books that you’ve read and liked, hear about books enjoyed by others, watch book trailers, make book recommendations for the library, maybe even possibly meet an author!
There are no sign ups. Just come to the library with your lunch when your class goes to the cafeteria for lunch.
We’ll focus primarily on the Volunteer State Book Award nominees. Read at least 3 of the VSBA nominees, and you get to vote on your favorite and come to a pizza party in April as you vote! Voting for VSBA will be at our last Bag It and Book It meeting on the 3rd Thursday in April.
For more information contact Mrs. Caudle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Bradley Brown email@example.com
The Page Middle School Drama Department produces two main stage shows per season (typically a fall play and a spring musical) and offers other performance opportunities throughout the year. The next show in the 2016-17 Season is this spring’s The Wizard of Oz. This will be the inaugural production in the brand-new Page Middle Auditorium (to be opened in April 2017).
Students in all grades are encouraged to audition for roles or interview for crew/design positions in our productions.
The Page Middle Drama Department website: http://edublogs.wcs.edu/pagemiddledrama/
Follow the department on Twitter: @wcsPageMSbb
Mr. Brown and Ms. Wineland will be holding Audition Workshops after school on Thursday, January 19 and Friday, January 20 from 2:45 to 4:45 in the drama room. Students only need to attend one if they are interested in learning audition preparation and techniques before ‘The Wizard of Oz’ auditions. Attending the workshop does not guarantee a role in the production.
‘The Wizard of Oz’ auditions will take place on:
Tuesday, January 31
Thursday, February 2
Friday, February 3
2:40 – 5:00 all days
Students will be expected to learn 16-32 bars of a Broadway song of their choice or from resources we will provide (posted on the Page Middle Drama website and on a special Google Classroom for Wizard Auditions) as well as prepare a short monologue/scene from the script. It is possible students auditioning for Dorothy will also have to sing part of ‘Over the Rainbow’ (we will also provide sheet music/etc.).
Adult Oversight Donnie Clemons firstname.lastname@example.org
The FCA student presidents are Paige Reschick and Jude Bowers.
The FCA Mission
To present to coaches and athletes, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.
The members of the Page Middle School Gardening Club are dedicated to beautifying our campus. The students help clean up the school grounds, prune and weed flower beds, and plant new plants and flowers. We also work closely with the Student Council to help with both paper and plastic recycling efforts.
Faculty supervisors: Suzanne Wilcox, Whitney Jones, and Jackie Coughlin
Page Middle Robotics Team forming now!
Innovators & Problem-Solvers Wanted!
Page Middle School is forming a new, competitive robotics team to participate in FIRST LEGO League. FIRST LEGO League teams research a real-world problem in Hydrodynamics and are challenged to develop a solution. They also must design, build, program a robot using LEGO MINDSTORMS®, then compete on a table-top playing field. Page’s team will have 10 members and be coached by Mrs. Lowe and Ms. Parsell. This team will meet after school on Fridays and participate in regional and state competitions on Saturdays in December and March. No robotics experience is necessary to be part of this team!
Students who are interested in applying to be part of this team should get a packet from outside the front office. The application has several short-answer questions, parent & student contract, as well as a teacher recommendation form. All of these must be completed and turned in to Mrs. Lowe or Ms. Parsell by Friday, August 25th. Students who are selected to be on this team will be notified by 2:30 PM on Thursday, August 30th on a list outside Mrs. Lowe’s classroom (E4).
The competition happens once a year in January. Students that are interested in competing should let their math teacher know.
Sponsor Julie Caudle email@example.com
Model UN: Consists of a preparation stage and a conference stage. Preparation consist of small groups of students preparing a Resolution for the country they have been chosen to represent addressing a pressing problem within that country along with a speech to present and defend the Resolution. The conference offers younger students an introduction to the United Nations General Assembly.
Sponsor Belinda Perry firstname.lastname@example.org
Page Middle School participates in the Scripps National Spelling Bee. All students are given the opportunity to take a written qualifying test, and the top scorers then compete in the school bee. The school champion moves on the regional bee to vie for a spot in the National spelling bee.
School Coordinator: Jackie Coughlin
STARS stands for Students Taking A Right Stand and this is precisely the purpose of the STARS student leadership team. This group, consisting of roughly 25 students ranging in grade level, meets from 7:15-8:00 AM on the last power Monday of the month to create and implement positive leadership opportunities throughout Page Middle School. Previous leadership projects that past SEC groups have carried out include assisting teachers organize Red Ribbon Week (anti-drug and alcohol campaign), organizing holiday cards for heroes, carrying out canned food drives, organizing Toys 4 Tots, creating new student welcome packets, sending activity booklets to hospitalized children etc. STARS student leadership team applications are submitted at the beginning of the school year.
Contact info: Megan Hodge email@example.com
Sponsor Elaine Capella firstname.lastname@example.org
Elections are held every year in September to form a new council of 12 students. All students who run for election in August and early September are welcome to attend all meetings throughout the year, even if they are not elected into a specific seat on the council. However, only elected members are permitted to vote on proposals.
Meetings are held every Power Monday from 7:05-7:50.
Our council focuses on making student initiated changes on campus based on student body feedback.
Sponsor Julie Caudle Juliec1@wcs.edu
Youth Legislature: Consists of a preparation stage and a conference stage. Preparation consist of small groups of students preparing a Bill for the state of Tennessee along with a speech to present and defend the Bill. The Tennessee YMCA Youth in Government Program is an annual conference designed to offer high school and middle school students a hands-on experience with state government.