4-H Club

4-H is a nation-wide youth program. In 4-H members choose to explore one of the 26 projects available. Topics range from cooking, wildlife, leadership, chickens, sewing, robotics, veterinary science, and electric. Members also get to participate in many contests, including 4-H Public Speaking, 4-H Photo Search, 4-H Has Talent, 4-H Demonstrations, 4-H Poster Art, and more. Meeting Schedule–Once a month on Tuesdays from 3:00 until 4:00.
Club Sponsors:  Katy Jones & Julie Kinder-McMillan, Open to Grades 5-8.

Board Games Club

This club is designed for anyone who is interested in getting together with other students and playing board games. We have a lot of board games to choose from, so you don’t have to bring your own. Begins in September: 1st & 3rd Thursday in each month from 2:45 – 3:45 p.m. Begins in September.
Sponsor: Michelle Brown, Open to Grades 5-8.

Cafe Catch Up

Café Catch Up is open to all students in all grade levels and is supervised by Kristy Best, school counselor. Any student needing to catch up on missing assignments or upcoming schoolwork can go to the cafeteria to work quietly and independently on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:00-7:45. Breakfast will be served during this time.
Club Sponsor: Kristy Best, Open to Grades 5-8.

Cursive Club

As our culture becomes more advanced in technology we must adapt and learn the appropriate skills (such as keyboarding). However, that means there is less time in the school day for teaching and learning certain skills such as cursive writing. Do not
despair! Mrs. Scott can help! We will learn (or review) cursive letter formation, work on signatures, and practice writing messages in cursive in some fun & practical formats. We will also talk about why writing in cursive is good for you!
Club Sponsor: Laura Scott

Dungeons & Dragons Club

The purpose of the club is to provide a place for likeminded individuals to gather and play Dungeons & Dragons with friends and classmates. Wednesday afternoons from 12:45 until 2:00.
Club Sponsor: Jason Aydelott, Open to Grades 5-8

First LEGO League

FLL is an exciting opportunity to have fun and learn while working with a team to identify and solve real-world problems and design and program LEGO robots for local, regional, and national competitions. This RMS club/team will inspire students to experiment and grow their critical thinking, coding, and design skills. For more information about the FIRST organization, visit their website at firstinspires.org/robotics/fll. The team is open to all RMS students, but 5th and 6th graders are especially encouraged to join. Because it is a competitive team, FLL members must commit to attendance and other expectations. Meeting Time/Day: TBD.
Sponsors: TBD

Give Club

Service Club / Students work together to decide on projects. Examples include dresses for Africa, Tabitha’s Table, and Willow Brook parties. Friday mornings from 7:00 until 7:30.
Sponsors: David Scott, Michelle Scott, Becky Davis. Open to Grades 5-8

International Diversity Club

The purpose of ID Club is to celebrate the diversity in our world and in the RamFam. We will present, learn about, and promote facets of different cultures. 1st & 3rd Monday of each month from 2:50 until 3:30 p.m.
Sponsors: Lauren Mayes and Leandra Gardner, Open to Grades 6-8

Kindness Club

Robertsville Middle School is looking for dedicated, kind leaders who are passionate about spreading kindness, helping others and setting a positive example within their school community. As Kindness Ambassadors, students are expected to serve as positive role models and to assist with various school wide projects throughout the year. The mission of the club is to bring students together to help create an environment where everyone feels welcome and included. Members of the club are committed to making our school, community, ourselves and our world a better place, one act of kindness at a time! We will focus on a new project every month with the goal of spreading kindness and positivity at Robertsville Middle School. Kindness Ambassadors will also serve as tour guides for students who are new to RMS. Mondays 2:45-3:30 in the cafeteria.

Sponsors: Kristy Best and Tarah Sanford, Open to Grades 5-8.

Math Counts

Math Counts is a club for 6th – 8th graders. Math Counts is designed to be flexible so many types of groups can participate. We will participate in math games, math explorations and group competitions that can be enjoyed by students of all skill levels. We will meet on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month – beginning Monday, September 13. We will meet from 2:45 – 3:30 in Room 222. Grades 6-8.

Sponsor: Amy Fuqua

Middle School Baseball

Are you interested in playing baseball in Oak Ridge? We have a middle school baseball team that is a club team and would love to have you join if interested in playing baseball in the future and for the high school.
Sponsor: Travis Free, Open to Grades 6-8

Poetry / Drama Club

The Poetry and Drama club focuses on the skills needed to be a part of the stage performance through theatre and spoken word. We work on aspects of on stage and behind the scenes jobs. Students will gain confidence in their story and their voice as they write for stage and present stage performances that include poetry and acting. Friday afternoons from 2:45 – 3:30.
Sponsor: Rhea Carmon, Open to Grades 5-8.


Learn how to build robots and participate in competitions. Thursdays from 2:45 until 3:45.

Sponsor: Randy Doss, Open to Grades 5-8


SECME is designed to get students interested in Science, Engineering, Communications, Mathematics, and Enrichment. Wednesday mornings from 7:00 until 7:30.
Sponsors: Estella Simmons and John Spratling, Open to Grades 5-8

Ski Club

Members of the club travel to Ober Gatlinburg to ski and snowboard on Wednesdays during January and February. Sponsors: Eli Manning and Justin Warner, Open to Grades 6-8., Open to Grades 6-8.

Student Council

The Robertsville Student Council is a student government organization at RMS. It consists of a group of officers and classroom representatives elected by their homerooms. They meet once a month before school to cover Student Council business. The Student Council provides funds for student-based activities and scholarships for some student field trips. In the past, they sponsor the 7th and 8th grade Spring dance and the 5th and 6th grade Fall Celebration. As a fundraiser, they also sponsor a student/staff basketball game held at the end of the year. RMS Student Council will meet once a month on designated Wednesdays 7:05-7:30am. RMS STUCO Officers and homeroom reps will meet to discuss and assist in school activities such as tours, grade level celebrations, Ram Perk rewards, and “Pep Club” fan section for home football games.
Sponsor: Dana Davis, Open to Grades 5-8.

Technology Student Association

TSA enhances personal development, leadership, and career opportunities in STEM, whereby members apply and integrate these concepts through intracurricular activities, competitions, and related programs. TSA competes at the regional, state, and national level. TSA season runs from October to April. Tuesdays from 3:00 until 4:30 p.m. Additional meeting times may be added closer to competition time.
Sponsors: Sandra Burnette and Bryson Scruggs, Open to Grades 6-8.


The students on the WRAM staff produce a live broadcast of school news and announcements each day.  The staff rotates over the four marking periods with four students participating each quarter. The WRAM staff anchor the broadcast, read the news, select the music, and operate the camera. Acceptance is based on attendance/tardies, grades, and a recommendation from a homeroom teacher.
Sponsors: Scot Smith and Julie Lee, Open to Grades 7 and 8.


Games, skits, retreats. Meets Tuesdays from 7:00 pm until 8:00 pm in the RMS cafeteria.

Sponsors: David Scott, Open to Grades 6-8.

Yoke Club

Games, skits, retreats. Meets Tuesdays from 7:00 pm until 8:00 pm in the RMS cafeteria.
Sponsors: David Scott and Joanne Bowman, Open to Grades 6-8.