CLUBS & ACTIVITIES

Since Poplar Middle School believes in students growing, developing and bonding outside
of the classroom, there are a variety of activities available for all types of interests.
Take a look below to learn more.

 

INDIAN CLUB

ADVISOR: Mr. Jacob Turcotte

BUFFALO CALF PEOPLE Indian Club is an organization for students dedicated to learning about and practicing cultural traditions.

OVERVIEW

  • 7th-8th Grade Students

  • Meetings on Fridays 1PM-3PM

  • Assiniboine & Sioux Culture will be a focus.

  • Community Service will also be a focus.  (Lawn mowers, weed eaters, shovels and other equipment have been purchased in order to complete community service.)

  • 20 hours of community = Students will receive a Nike N7 Backpack.

  • 40 hours of community = Students will receive Nike N7 Jacket.        

  • Students can record service hours in their XELLO accounts. Click here for a TUTORIAL.

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ANNUAL FOOD DRIVE

Poplar MS students and staff are called to collect donations of canned goods, dry goods, non-perishables and toiletries to be distributed to families in need here in Poplar.  Donations will be accepted November 9 to December 4. Contact Mr. Turcotte for more information

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STUDENT COUNCIL

ADVISORS: Sheryl Kohl and Christine Grindstaff

Student Council is a group of elected and volunteer students working together with an adult advisor.  Within the framework of a student government to provide a means for student expression and assistance in school affairs and activities, student council provides opportunities for student experience in leadership.

Meeting Room Business

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT
VICE PRESIDENT
SECRETARY
TREASURER
CLASS REPRESENTATIVES

Voters

ELECTION

Running for a student council office is a great way to get your message out and develop leadership skills for the benefit of your school and community.

Community Service

ACTIVITIES

Student council activities provide opportunities for students to do good things and have a lot of fun. Many of these projects are made possible through the work of committees.

Contact an advisor to learn more about how you can get involved with student council.