Book Club members enjoy literature discussion on a variety of selections. There are many benefits to being involved in the book club including, reinforcing comprehension, literary analysis, writing, and evaluation activities.
Mr. Prada, Sponsor
Students learn the basic skill and techniques of Chess in a friendly and casual environment.
Mr. Morrisey, Sponsor
This group of students participates in academic competitions against other schools to answer questions in geography history, language arts, math, and science.
Future Business Leaders of America
Mrs. Spradlen, Sponsor
FBLA is an organization that prepares students for careers in business & computer technology. Through FBLA, members gain the competitive edge for a variety of activities that help them build their skills in the area of business & computer technology. Members learn how to lead and take part in-group discussions by engaging in practical problem solving and decision-making activities. There are currently over 250,000 members nationwide.
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
Ms. Paros, Sponsor
FCCLA is a vocational student organization that helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work, and societal issues through family and consumer sciences education.
Future Farmers of America
Mr. Taylor, Sponsor
FFA activities provide students opportunities to demonstrate their proficiency in the knowledge, skills, and attitudes they have acquired in the agricultural science and agricultural business education program of instruction.
“Learning to Do…
Doing to learn….
Earning to Live….
Living to Serve….. “
Officer Cruz, School Resource Officer
Hound Patrol is the first line of defense in a safe school. This organization is comprised of students with integrity and serve as role models for other students. These students are tapped into the pulse of the school and help staff with information about what is occurring among the students.
Students participate in mathematic competitions by using their problem solving skills in geometry and algebra
National Junior Honor Society
Mrs. Klupp, sponsor
I pledge myself to uphold the high purposes of the National Junior Honor Society to which I have been selected; I will be true to the principles for which it stands; I will be loyal to my school; and maintain and encourage high standards of scholarship, stewardship, leadership, and character.
Mrs. Rausch, sponsor
It is the mission of the Stambaugh Middle Student Council to promote leadership through service to both the school and community. We encourage social development through participation in school activities while working with administration in all matters that directly affect the welfare of Stambaugh Middle School students.
Mr. Russo, sponsor
The Yearbook staff is a group of students who take pictures at school and at community events, and then organize them into yearbook pages. They help to create the layout of the yearbook, create collages, and develop the overall theme. This staff of hard working and dedicated students are responsible for helping to make the memories at Stambaugh Middle last a lifetime.