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FBLA Logo Future Business Leaders of AmericaFBLA – Future Business Leaders of America
Advisor: Tomeka Simmons

The FBLA-PBL Mission is to bring business and education together in
a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career
development programs. Most meetings will be held during school. This service organization gives
students real-world experiences in order to develop and apply technical skills.

National Forensics League Giving Youth a VoiceForensics
Advisor: Diane Speights

Forensics is the study of debate. Students participate in
learning to debate using persuasive and argumentative speaking methods.
Students also learn to deliver humorous and dramatic speaking pieces of literature.
Competition is held at various schools during the year.

Battle of the Books a Reading Club for StudentsBattle of the Books
Advisor: Jody Phillips
Like to read? Time for Battle of the Books! Students join small groups and team up
to read the books on the reading list.  A competition is held where questions
on the reading list books are randomly asked and each team has a member “qualified”
to answer that question. The team that answers the most questions correctly wins the competition.

Quiz Bowl National Academic TournamentsQuiz Bowl
Quiz Bowl is a co-curricular activity set up similar to the show “Jeopardy”.
Quiz Bowl questions derive from the major subjects taught at SVMS
such as history, geography, math, literature, and science.  This activity promotes team
building and reinforces classroom content. Our school competes with other middle
schools in individual and team formats.
All students are welcome to participate.

Science Olympiad Exploring the World through ScienceScience Olympiad
Advisor: Stephanie Pacquette & April Scammahorn

If you are a budding Einstein, or just love Science, this club is for you!
Students meet after school to enrich science knowledge with special
experiments and projects. Science Olympiad competes with other County Middle
Schools in a Science Olympiad Competition.

Math Counts Helping Students Navigate Math CompetitionsMath Counts
Advisor: Adia McEachin
Math Counts is for students that enjoy finding the answer to math puzzles and interesting or
complex math problems. Teams are created so that each member’s strengths are brought into play.
Competitions are held throughout the County.

RUSH Club Students coming together for a common causeRUSH
Advisor: Cleshay Breece
RUSH stands for Reaching (the) Unreached Student Harvest. We desire
to not only transform lives but entire campuses as well. This goal is being
accomplished through prayer, monthly on-campus outreaches, weekly campus
clubs, and service projects. We realize that the only way to truly disciple a
campus is through its students, so the major focus of RUSH is empowering students to
change their world through an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ.

Drama Club The Good Type of DramaDrama Club (Poetry & Other Productions)
Advisor: Christian Gray
Drama Club is a club that emphasizes the performing arts.  We will be learning
and practicing stage performances specific to poetry, song, dance, and step.
Our hard work leads to our big event Open Mic and Performances Night (in March), that
allow students to perform in front of an audience at SVMS. If you love MUSIC, DANCING,
SINGING, and/or STEPPING….this is the club for you!

Military father giving flowers to daughter after returning from DeploymentBobcats JS2S (Junior Student 2 Student)
Advisor: Sherron Evans
Junior Student 2 Student is a powerful program designed to help
change a transitioning student’s focal point. JS2J guides students
through their uncertain surroundings, offering – from a peer viewpoint –
valued information, friendship, and assistance in these areas that matter
the most to transitioning students:
*How do I find my way around?          *Who will I meet?         *How will I make friends?        *What about my relationships?     

Crop It Like Its Hot in the SVMS YearbookYearbook Club
Advisor:  Angela Dew
The Yearbook Club design, promote, and sell the Yearbook.
Assisted by Ms. Dew, students use an online computer program
to create/design/ format pages, and are primarily responsible for taking the pictures
that will end up in the SVMS Yearbook. We emphasize time management skills,
prioritizing, reliability, and the responsibility to follow through on tasks.
We provide excellent writing opportunities.

Breaking News Arrow for morning News at SVMSBobcat Broadcasting Club (BBN)
Advisor:  Rhett Saylors
The Broadcasting Club (BBN – Broadcasting Bobcat News) is a student-centered
media club, that covers SVMS news, sports, and events. The club live streams daily
each morning during homeroom. Bobcat Broadcasting is responsible for student, faculty,
and Cumberland County announcements. If a future in broadcasting is something you’re
interested in, our BBN club might be right up your alley.

SGA For the Student By the Students Of the StudentsSGA (Student Government Association)
Advisors: Angela Dew and Diane Speights

Students are elected by their peers and participate in
numerous community-oriented activities and fundraisers.  Additionally,
students represent their peers concerning school issues and policies.

Builders Club Kiwanis Helping Others AlwaysGo M.A.D. (Go Make A Difference)
Builders Club Advisors: Delores Bell, Jackie Brown, Jerome Thompson
The Go M.A.D. Builders Club is a program coordinated through the
Kiwanis Club of Hope Mills. The program serves as a framework to develop,
support, and direct students to become productive citizens.
Our motto is: Today we lead the school; Tomorrow we lead the world.

SVMS Anime Club Always enjoying the unexpectedAnime Club
Advisor: Katie Cunningham

The word anime is often defined as “animation from Japan.
” If only it were that simple! The South View Anime Club is going
to dive into the world of Japanese animation, discovering the variety
of genres and learning that “cartoons” are not just for the little kids.
Animes often have complex storylines, compelling characters, and
worlds that help you escape your everyday normal.


Go Green for Recycling and Energy efficiencyGreen (Recycle) Club
Advisor: Patricia Linkous
The Go Green Initiative is all about helping schools create a campus-wide
culture of conservation.  We believe in a teamwork approach that includes students,
teachers, parents, custodians…and administrators. Schools can have such a profound
impact on communities – both by saving precious resources today and by teaching students how to be
environmental stewards for a lifetime.


Junior Beta Club Starting Your Future off RightBeta Club
Advisor: Sherron Evan
Our mission is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character,
service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.
We will recognize and honor high academic achievement, prepare young people
for life and empower them to be successful,  develop the leaders of tomorrow, and demonstrate
our motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Others.

Published by Jody Phillips on February 17, 2020