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2019-2020 Little Oak Middle Student Clubs

The Firecrackers
The Firecrackers received the "Making the Grade" award from the
Drew Brees Foundation in 2007.
Team Moderators: Mrs. Pope & Mrs. Segreti

Little Oak's Jump Rope Team, The Firecrackers, began over ten years ago and the team continues to be an integral part of our school. The Firecrackers meet on Tuesdays to practice basic jump roping skills and tricks. The jumpers work with each other to improve their athletic skills, foster relationships, and learn the importance of commitment and persistence. They perform throughout the Slidell Community at various events promoting fitness, teamwork, and spirit. Students that are interested in joining the team must complete an application and permission form, attend the workshop, and try out before a panel of judges. If selected, Firecrackers must maintain a C or better average in all subjects and are expected to maintain appropriate behavior at all times. Firecrackers are also expected to attend all practices. If a Jumper misses more than three practices, they are dismissed from the Jope Rope Team.
Girls on the RUn
Club Moderators: Mrs. Laborde
Girls on the Run is a 10 week program that focuses on building self-image and building strong girls, emotionally and physically. At the end of the program, the girls will participate in a 5K run in November. This club is open to 4th, 5th and 6th grade girls. Membership is on a first come, first serve basis. Girls register online through Girlsontherun.org. Practice is on Monday and Thursday afternoons.
LOM Dazzlers Dance Team
Little Oak Middle School "Dazzlers" Dance Team
Club Moderators: Mrs. Bateman & Mrs. Carter
Congratulations LOM Dazzlers for earning 1st Place in the
Middle School Division at the St. Tammany Parish Fair!
Being a member of the LOM "Dazzlers" Pom Squad has many rewards and is a valuable experience. Dancers will demonstrate pride to our school and community through their participation on this team. The dance team will perform at LOM events, such as, the Veteran's Day program, Parish Fair, Christmas Program, etc. as well as some of the girls/boys' freshman games at Northshore High. We will have practice on all Monday and Thursdays. Students are required to participate in all practices and scheduled events.
KC Club
Kindness Club
Club Sponsors:  Margo Connor, Madeleine Gutekunst, Missy Segreti, and Mary Whittemore
The purpose of the Kindness Club is to help students build self-esteem, leadership skills, and inspire others to be kind to one another.  Being a part of this club will help bridge a network of peers who are committed to helping others throughout our school, community, and nation.  Students who participated in Kindness Club last year will again be a member for this school year.  In addition, 4th grade homeroom teachers will nominate a student to be in the club for this school year.  Students must maintain good grades and behavior throughout the school year.
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Junior Beta Club
Team Moderators: Mrs. Rhodes & Mrs. Watkins
Junior Beta Club is an organization intended to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students. At this time, Junior Beta Club is open to students in the 6th grade only. In order to be eligible, students must maintain a 3.5 average or higher throughout the 5th grade year with no behavior write ups. Beta students will take part in a number of service projects in order to help those in our community. Students must continue to maintain a 3.5 or higher GPA and have an excellent behavioral record in order to remain a member of Junior Beta Club.
Peer 2 Peer (P2P)
Club Sponsor-Mrs. Scairono
This sole purpose of the P2P group is to educate peers on the awareness of people with disabilities. The students promote social skills, positive relationships and self-management in all areas of the school. These students work closely with students who have special needs.

PBiS Ambassadors
(Positive Behavior Intervention and Support)

Club Sponsor-Ms. Warfield

PBiS is a prevention-oriented practice. School personnel use evidence-based practices, improve implementation of those practices, and maximize academic and social behavior outcomes. PBiS supports the success of ALL students.

To best serve the needs of our students, each homeroom teacher selects one to two students to represent their class. These selected students are called PBiS Ambassadors. When we receive new students, PBiS Ambassadors greet the student(s) at the front office and take them on a campus tour. They also provide support until the student has adjusted to his or her new school. Ambassadors meet monthly to discuss student concerns, new ideas, and best practices.

4-H Club

Club Sponsor: Mrs. Kadinger

Club Sponsor: Mr. Burton & Mrs. Hoselle

Robotics Club
Club Sponsor: Mrs. Rucker

Yearbook Staff
Club Sponsor: Mrs. Hoselle
This year is the very first year for the Little Oak Middle School Year Book Staff! We are very excited to have this amazing experience for a group of 17 fifth and sixth graders this year. Together students will be learning how to work a camera, take perfectly framed photos, and design layouts and spreads for our upcoming yearbook. This year the story of LOM will be told by the students, for the students! So, if you see a LOM Yearbook Staff member with a camera in their hands, be sure to smile!

Good News Club
Club Sponsor: Mrs. Kay Deluca

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