Clubs

Pine Lake Preparatory Yearbook

PLP MS Yearbook Club is looking for students to help make this year’s yearbook better than ever! Yearbook is a great opportunity for students to grow together and make memories that are sure to last a lifetime (literally!). Aside from being a lot of fun, yearbook helps teach teamwork, problem solving and time management skills. The Yearbook Club meets on Tuesdays from 3:05 pm - 3:30 pm in STEM 107, in addition to attending Middle School events to take pictures. 

For more information or questions related to Yearbook, please contact Ms. Kelly Chappell or Ms. Jennifer Douglas.

Go Green Pride Club

The Go Green Club at Pine Lake Preparatory Middle School is devoted to the preservation of our natural resources. The club discusses environmental issues, plans environmental activities and promotes a “green” lifestyle among the Pine Lake community. The Go Green Club interest meeting will be on Thursday, September 1st at 7:30 am in Mr. Lecher's Room. The club meets every Thursday morning from 7:30–7:55 am.

For more information or questions related to the Go Green Club, please contact Mr. Thomas Lecher
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MATHCOUNTS

MATHCOUNTS is a national foundation that engages middle school students of all abilities and interest levels in fun, challenging math programs, in order to expand their academic and professional opportunities. The PLP chapter will seek to engage, challenge, inspire curiosity and build confidence in our students regardless of their present math ability level. MATHCOUNTS will meet each Wednesday from 7:15 am – 7:55 am beginning October 17th. The season will wrap up in early spring as the team participates in the North Carolina Association of Scholastic Activities Regional Competition. The cost is $30, which includes registration fee, t-shirt, lunch at regionals, and some supplies. 

For more information or questions related to MATHCOUNTS, please contact Ms. Jennifer Lehec
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Science Olympiad

Students who participate in Science Olympiad will work collaboratively to prepare and compete in a series of events related to earth science, genetics, chemistry, anatomy, physics, geology, mechanical engineering and technology. Emphasis in Science Olympiad is placed on active, hands on group participation, problem solving, and independent investigations. Students participating in Science Olympiad will prepare and train for Regional and State level competitions where they will compete against area schools. Science Olympiad will meet on Thursdays from 3:15 - 4:00 beginning October. Even if you are an athlete in a sport, you can still participate in Science Olympiad. Special arrangements can be made with TBA. The cost is $50, which includes registration fee, t-shirt, lunch at regionals, and some supplies. 

For more information or questions related to Science Olympiad, please contact Ms. Kelly Chappell or Ms. Erin Sumners.

Middle School Quill 

The Quill is a writing competition in which teams of four students must create written products given a prompt from each of four text types. The Quill is an original competition developed in cooperation with the North Carolina Reading Association, and is aligned with the Common Core Standards. The Quill club will meet TBD. The season will wrap up on April 5 and 6, as the team participates in the North Carolina Association of Scholastic Activities Regional Competition. 

For more information or questions related to The Quill, please contact Ms. Meredith Miller or Ms. Jennifer Douglas.

Middle School Student Council

The Pine Lake Preparatory Middle School Student Council is an extracurricular opportunity for students to develop leadership skills and collaboration. Student Council members work together to coordinate various school functions such as spirit assemblies, dances, and other social and academic events. Middle School students will elect five students from each grade level (6th, 7th and 8th) that will make up the council roster, from there the grade level representatives elect officers. All students in grades 6-8 are eligible to participate and the group will meet the first and third Thursday of each month from 7:15 am – 7:55 a.m. Students interested in Middle School student council will have the opportunity to sign up September 21st.  Elections will formally take place September 28th.

For more information or questions related to Middle School Student Council, please contact Ms. Carrie Sospenzo.

PLPNC

PLPNC is Pine Lake's very own chapter of the Tarheel Junior Historian Association. The original group was authorized by the NC General Assembly in 1953. As the first THJHA group at Pine Lake, you will become a founding, charter member. We will explore different aspects of North Carolina history and participate in the convention at the NC History Museum. We will have guest speakers, create exciting projects, and explore the Old North State together!

For more information or questions related to the PLPNC, please contact Ms. Shannon Wilson.

Geography / History Beecoming soon

Art Club - coming soon



 




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