Clubs & Activities
Advisor: Ms. Heather DeConde
Art Club is a wonderful opportunity for students interested in the arts to come explore, learn and create. Art Club meets once a month after school. The club is open to all members of the Lake Riviera Middle School learning community. Students should sign up in advance to ensure there are enough materials for our special projects. Come out and join the fun! Explore your artistic side as we learn about art and serve the community through service learning.
Advisor: Mr. S. Murdock
Advisor: Mrs. Kerwin, LRMS Librarian
The purpose of Lakers Book Club is to increase literacy while promoting the social-emotional growth of students. Each meeting focuses on a different book genre or theme. Students share and discuss what they’ve read and do fun projects and activities. The club meets once a month after school in the library; however, students should check the morning announcements for meeting dates. After the meeting, students take the late bus home or have parent pickup. All students are welcome to attend, and students may join the club at any time!
The goals of the program are to:
· Educate students about energy and energy efficiency through hands-on educational lessons that promote STEM learning and are aligned with Common Core State Standards; Help our school save money on energy costs and protect the environment through cooperative, school-wide changes in behavior, operations and maintenance procedures, and by encouraging retrofits of more efficient equipment; Build educational and professional pathways to green jobs.
Advisor: Mrs. Cooper
LRMS Interact gives students an opportunity to help their community in various ways. Everyone is welcome to join regardless of grade level or time of year. Previous projects include: Bake Sales, Laker Bracelets, Monster Masquerade, Giving Tree, Pajama Day, Valentine’s Day Dance & Spring Baskets.
Come join us, have fun, & help out!
The Laker Ledger
Co-Advisors: Mrs. Kerwin and Ms. Lynch
The Laker Ledger School Newspaper is written, compiled, and edited entirely by LRMS’s student reporters! The club is open to all students who like to write.
The club meets after school in room 137. Students should check the morning announcements for specific meeting dates. After the meeting, students take the late bus home or have parent pickup.
See Mrs. Kerwin in the library or Ms. Lynch in room 137 if you are interested in joining, or just come to a meeting to see if it’s for you!
Advisor: Mrs. B. Perednia
All students are invited to apply to participate in theatre production for either performing, crew or tech. Auditions, rehearsals, and participation are announced on Laker Live, end of day announcements and by school signage throughout the building. Students need to listen to Laker Live to stay focused.
Advisor: Mrs. K. Dishon
The purpose of the club is to stimulate interest in mathematics by working challenging problems through academic competition and to identify mathematically talented students among the school.
National Junior Honor Society
Advisor: Ms. MaryBeth Prince
The mission of the LRMS National Junior Honor Society is to recognize and foster scholarship, leadership, and community service, while infusing the Six Pillars of Character, continuing a high level of achievement, and assuming responsibility for community leadership.
The LRMS National Junior Honor Society recognizes students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, character, leadership, citizenship and service. Members of NJHS demonstrate a will to use their talents and skills for the improvement of society.
The LRMS National Junior Honor Society is inclusive-open to all students who choose to apply themselves and consequently meet the five established criteria of scholarship, character, leadership, citizenship and service.
Advisor: Ms. C. DeCesare
The Science Club is for students who are interested in exploring science. We engage in a variety of fun activities from engineering to labs and contests. We meet once a month after school. All students are welcome to attend. Meeting dates and locations are announced on Laker Live.
Advisor: Ms. C. McNichols
Student Council is a way to give students an opportunity to develop leadership skills by organizing and carrying out service projects and school activities, including the eighth grade dance. In addition to holding monthly meetings and planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body.
Homeroom teachers select classroom representatives and Student Council Officers are elected in May.