Screven County Middle School
The purpose of the SCMS Y-Club is “To create, maintain and extend, throughout the home, school and community high standards of Christian character.” Members of the SCMS Y-Club participate in many school and community service projects that teach students the value of serving others. Y-Club members also are active in district events such as District Rally and Y-Club Basketball Tournament and statewide events such as Youth Assembly, Christian Life Conference, and Youth Training Conference. SCMS Y-Club members grow spiritually, mentally and physically through involvement in the club. They become better leaders, learn the true meaning of service and see Christian character lived out in everyday situations.
Membership dues to join SCMS Y-Club are $20. Y-Club meetings occur monthly and are overseen by Mrs. Von Waldner.
FFA is the largest youth organization in the world that strives to provide opportunities for students to develop personal growth, premier leadership, and career success through agriculture opportunities. Screven County Middle School FFA is an extremely active organization. Named the Outstanding Middle School Program in the nation in 2012 we truly have something for every student. SCMS FFA team competitions which include floral design, livestock judging, floriculture, prepared public speaking, creed speaking and lawnmower operations. Students also have the opportunity to participate in after school club meetings each month where they learn valuable skills such as hunter safety and CPR certification. After the meetings, we have games, talent shows, dances, and athletic tournaments. Dues for FFA are $15 per year. We hope that your student can find a place in our organization! For more information contact FFA advisor Erica Frost at Erica.Frost@screven.k12.ga.us!
August 1st - August 21st - Sign up for FFA!
Local-State-National Membership & T-shirt: $20
4-H is an educational program focusing on leadership, citizenship, public speaking and life skills. Screven County 4-H is a unit of The University of Georgia Cooperative Extension and Georgia 4-H. The 4-H mission is to assist youth in acquiring knowledge, developing life skills, and forming attitudes that will help them become self directing, productive, and contributing citizens. For more information contact Lauren Boykin at the County Extension Office.