The purpose of the students council is to plan service projects, community events, and social activities, as well as activities to promote school spirit and pride.
The student council consists of a representative elected from each homeroom and three officers elected by the student body.
To serve on the council, students must be elected by their peers, pass all subjects the semester prior to elections, maintain an overall average of 75, and have no out-of-school suspensions.
Must attend all council meetings and activities (after school on Wednesdays)
Must actively participate in and support all activities of the council
Must adequately report the information for the SC meetings to their respective homerooms
Must attend training workshop (after school on Wednesday)
Must pay $15 for shirt
Want to become a leader in your school? If you are, then see Mrs. Holley, eighth grade ICT 2 teacher, to join FBLA. The FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) is the oldest and largest national organization for students preparing for careers in business leadership. FBLA will provide you with travel opportunities, challenging competitions, and leadership development. It will allow you to participate in community service and to have fun.
Members have the opportunity to compete for awards and recognition on the local and national levels. The purpose of FBLA is to provide students with opportunities to explore and experience positive leadership skills for their present lifestyles, as well as their future work styles. If you are interested joining the CMS FBLA contact Mrs. Holley at CMS.
Leadership development and achievement
An outstanding leadership conference
District competitions in Keyboarding Event and Principles & Procedures Event
Community service experience
Friendship and fun
Leadership certificate programs
FCA club stands for Fellowship of Christians Athletes.
They meet on Thursday mornings at 7:25.
FCA is open to all students at Caledonia Middle School.
National Jr. Beta Club is a community service organization.
Our members are examples of good character and show high academic achievement.
United Way is a charity that is supported by our entire district. It provides assistance to the local community through several resources. This is so we can give back to the community in times of need. Our school supports United Way. We have a fundraising event each year here at CMS, which is in turn donated to United Way.
The Peer Council is an Inter-school support group made up of the school counselor, teachers, and a selected group of students.
Students are selected through teachers nominations. Along with the nominations, they must have high academic standings.
The counselors are responsible for welcoming new students at CMS, promoting high self-esteem, and supporting students in need of a shoulder to lean on or an ear to talk to through difficult times.