Students who exhibit strong leadership abilities and demonstrate high character may be selected by their core one teacher to represent EBSMS as a school ambassador. These students will meet monthly with EBSMS administration. Local leaders within our community will be invited to meet with these students to discuss careers and leadership styles. Other responsibilities of the group may include brainstorming and planning student events, facilitating tours for new students and participation in the orientation and parent night for rising sixth grade students.
The Student Council Association provides students with the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to become active, engaged leaders in school and community. At the beginning of the school year, student officers are elected by their peers. Members sponsor school related events to include dances, pep rallies, and more.
Students will have the opportunity to sign up and participate in a club of their choice. Typically clubs meet during the school day; six times a year. Below is a sampling of the type of clubs offered at EBSMS:
4-H is a youth development club representing “four-square education, head-heart-hands-health. The purpose of the club is to provide positive opportunities for students to participate in competitions to include demonstrations, presentations,
CS First is a computer science club sponsored by Google. The club will increases student access and exposure to computer science (CS) education through after-school, in-school, and summer programs.
FFA/Future Farmers of America is a student organization for those interested in agriculture and leadership.
Kiwanis Builders Club is a student-led organization providing members with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leadership. Students will be able to continue these worthwhile activities with the Key Club in high school and the Circle K Club in college.
TSA/Technology Student Association is international student organization devoted exclusively to the needs of students interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) as well as business education.TSA aims to develop leadership, academic, and business management skills in the workplace among students and leaders within the community.
Special Olympics provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for students with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other special olympic athletes and the community.