Activities / Clubs




Art Club Logo

The Art Club is a vibrant and creative community where students unite to express themselves through various art forms, explore their creativity, and collaborate on exciting projects. The goals are to encourage artistic expression and creativity among students, provide a supportive environment for aspiring artists to learn and grow, and foster teamwork and collaboration through art-related activities. Throughout the school year, the Art Club engages in a range of activities and projects, including but not limited to painting sessions, sketching and drawing workshops, collaborative mural projects, crafts using various materials, and art appreciation discussions. Mrs. Bizjak sponsors this club and meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month from 4 to 5 pm.

book battle

Join our enthusiastic team of students as they embark on an exciting literary journey through the Sunshine State Young Readers Award (SSYRA) program! Each student on the team is actively engaged in reading the SSYRA book selections and is tasked with creating thought-provoking questions based on their individual reading experiences.

In May, our dedicated team will journey to the District, ready to showcase their literary knowledge and teamwork. The competition will involve answering challenging questions crafted by the students themselves, putting their comprehension and critical thinking skills to the test. For more information, please contact Mrs. Mazon.

Builders Club Logo

The Builders Club is a service organization for middle school students affiliated with Kiwanis International. It focuses on developing leadership skills and promoting community service among its members. Students involved in Builders Club typically engage in various service projects within their school and local community, such as fundraising, volunteering, and organizing events to help others in need. It's an excellent way for students to learn about leadership and giving back while positively impacting their community. Mr. Piotter sponsors this club, which is held bi-weekly on Thursdays at 4 pm.

Chess Club logo

Checkmate boredom and join us for a fun and strategic journey into the world of chess. Whether you're a seasoned player or a beginner, our Club welcomes all skill levels. Develop critical thinking, enhance problem-solving skills, and make new friends who share your passion for this classic game. Join us as we engage in friendly matches, learn new strategies, and foster a community of chess enthusiasts. Let's make every move count and have a blast together at the Middle School Chess Club. Chess Club is held after school every Wednesday.

Cooking Club logo

The Culinary Club is a fun and engaging extracurricular activity that explores the art and science of cooking and baking. It's a space where students can learn valuable culinary skills, experiment with different recipes, and share a love for food in a welcoming environment. The club is sponsored by Ms. Graf and is held in her room every Wednesday and Friday at 8 am. 

Save Promise Club Logo

SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) Promise Clubs provide a space for young people to show their leadership, creativity, and passion for protecting their peers, schools, and communities from violence. SAVE Promise Clubs are student-led and a powerful and empowering approach to violence prevention. Through SAVE Promise Clubs, youth organize activities and initiatives reinforcing essential lessons learned from Sandy Hook Promise’s programs, Say Something and Start With Hello. SAVE Promise Clubs create a culture of upstanders who look out for one another, creating safer classrooms, schools, and communities. Ms. Graf sponsors this club, and they meet every Monday. 

student council

The Trafalgar Middle School council consists of students elected or appointed to represent their peers. They work collaboratively with school administrators, teachers, and fellow students to address various issues within the school community. The council aims to foster a positive school environment, promote student involvement, and voice the concerns and ideas of the student body. The responsibilities of a middle school council may include organizing school events such as dances, fundraisers, spirit weeks, and community service projects. They also liaise between students and school faculty, advocating for changes or improvements to school policies or facilities. Council members often develop leadership skills, teamwork, and communication abilities while learning about the democratic process through elections and decision-making within the group. Serving on the council can provide valuable experiences that help students develop a sense of responsibility, civic engagement, and a deeper connection to their school community. Mrs. Shual and Mrs Perez sponsor this club and meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month.

TMS Honors Society

The Trafalgar Middle School Honor Society is a prestigious organization that recognizes and celebrates academic excellence, leadership, character, and service among our 8th grade students. Our mission is to honor and support students who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their academic pursuits while fostering a commitment to community service and leadership development. The Honor Society is invitation-based and is extended to students who have consistently demonstrated excellence in scholarship, leadership, character, and service. The Honor Society meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month, and it is sponsored by Mrs. Shual and Mrs. Perez.

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