Specific Dates for Clubs Will be Posted on the School Calendar on our Homepage

Student Government Association

Sponsor: Edward Doychak

Meets every other Wednesday 

2:00-3:00

Media Lab

Elected group of students focused on improving student, teacher, and community relationships. Activities include debating, learning more about politics, and developing leadership skills.

Million Word Challenge Club

Sponsors: Kate McCracken, Kelli Rapaport

Challenge:  Read 1,000,000 words by April 2021.

Do you accept the challenge?  

Log your books on strudentreading.net to keep track of how many words you read this year.  To be approved, you must include details to show that you read the entire book, so answer the question carefully.

Click here for more information

Animal Services Club

Sponsors: Mrs. Fields & Mrs. Adkins

CSRMS Animal Service Club Sign Up, there is a $10 sign-up fee (tee-shirts), please contact our sponsors Mrs. Fields and Mrs. Adkins if you have any further questions.
 
Meetings have concluded for this year.  See you next schoolyear!  

Diversity Club

Looking for a club to belong too…. Try, Diversity Club! 

 

Mission Statement / Information

The mission of The Diversity Club is to provide a safe and inclusive space for all members of the school community regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion or ability.
 
The Diversity Club is geared towards 6th, 7th and 8th students who are looking to foster a school-wide culture of appreciation for diversity. 
 
Members of The Diversity Club are open-minded and ready to spread the message of inclusion and acceptance throughout the school and community.

Club Goals / Objectives

  • Raise awareness for the various populations that exist in our school and that should be supported and respected.
  • Enhance the school climate by ensuring that all students are accepted and can have a place to be themselves.
  • Provide peer to peer support and function as a healing space for students facing any adversity in their lives.
  • Learn about other cultures and communities in an effort to enhance empathy 

Diversity club meeting days: 

First meeting will be starting Feb 1st from 2:20- 2:45 via zoom. 
Starting the week of Feb 8th, our normal meeting days will take place on Wednesdays from 2:20-2:45 via zoom. 
 
Needing more information please contact the sponsor/cosponsors: 
Sponsor: Coach Ms. Susan Smith.         Email: suamith@pasco.k12.fl.us
Cosponsor: Mr. Jeffery Roush                Email: jroush@pasco.k12.fl.us
Cosponsor: Mrs. Lee Roth                      Email: croth@pasco.k12.fl.us

Builders Club

Sponsor: Mahalia Hennecart-Surin

Yearly membership fee is $20 (includes club pin, t-shirt, membership packet).

A community-service program for middle school students worldwide.  It is an international student-led organization providing its members with opportunities to perform service, build character, and develop leadership.  The Builders Club vision is to develop competent, capable, caring leaders through the vehicle of service. We meet twice a month in the Cafeteria and perform various volunteer activities within our school community and some outside organizations.

Health Occupations Students of America

Sponsor: Zoe Tzounakos

Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) & Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) and Safe Teens Against Drugs 

Meets every Tuesday from 2:30 – 3:30 in room 23 or via Zoom.  7

Must be currently enrolled in Medical Skills or Health Professions at Charles S. Rushe Middle School.

Biology Club

Sponsor: Ms. Aursland

Meeting days/times:  Thursdays, 2:20 – 3:00 p.m. via ZOOM

THE BIOLOGY CLUB IS A CLUB DRIVEN TO LOOK AT REAL WORLD PROBLEMS, AND COME UP WITH REAL WORLD SOLUTIONS THROUGH THE EXPLORATION OF DIFFERENT SCIENCES SUCH AS BIOLOGY, ZOOLOGY, MARINE BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, BOTANY …AND MANY OTHERS, TO NAME A FEW.  WE WILL BE PARTICIPATING VIA ZOOM AND IN PERSON, UTILIZING OUR OWN RESOURCES IN OUR BACKYARDS, AND SHARING SPECIMENS, DISCUSSING IMPORTANT TOPICS LIKE GLOBAL WARMING, CONSERVATIONISM & EXTINCTION, ADAPTATION OF SPECIES, AND THE HUMAN FOOTPRINT WE LEAVE ON EARTH.

 DATES:  JANUARY 14, JANUARY 21, FEBRUARY 4, FEBRUARY 18, MARCH 4, MARCH 18, MAY 1, MAY 15

Please fill out the BIOLOGY CLUB Application and turn it in to Ms. Aursland in room 305 or via email.

Film Club

Sponsor: Ms. Bell

Meeting days/times:  Mondays, 2:15 – 2:45 p.m. in portable 14

Students will come together to write, record, and edit short movies. 

Baking Club

Sponsor: Ms. Escalante

Meeting days/times: Thursdays, 2:20 – 3:20 p.m.

Dates: March 25 1, 4, Abril 1, 8 (no meeting) 15, 22, 29 May 6, 13, 20

Room 102 meets in person and via Zoom

Complete the Baking Club Application.

MISSION

Baking Club is on a mission to rise and gain new friends. The club wants to create a friendly, comfortable environment where students can bond over their passion for baking and sweets. The purpose of the Baking Club is to provide a place where students can further their culinary knowledge.

The Baking Club meets once a week to try out new recipes and baking techniques. Students work on a recipe in groups, and get to bring home their baked goods.

Fellowship of Christian Students

Sponsors: Chris SnyderKim Olsen and Amanda Iler

Meets on Mondays

2:00-3:00

Portable 17

Everyone is welcome to attend

Students play games (ping-pong, soccer, football, video games) for about 40 minutes and then a local youth pastor leads a 15-20 minute devotional/bible message.

Junior Thespians Troupe 84979

Sponsors: Jeffrey Roush & Catherine Roth

Meets Thursdays – After Drama Club

3:00-4:00

Media

Membership by invitation based on point system set by the National Thespian Association.

Thespians are encouraged to participate in the Junior Thespian Festival each November.

Membership fee of $15 to help defray the cost of Thespian Festival.

Fashion Club

Sponsors: Kathleen Grassick

Meets Mondays at 2:30 via Zoom

Interested in fashion?  Want to meet and talk with other students with an interest in fashion?  Join the Fashion Club, a student-created and led club.

Please fill out this form if you are interested in joining.

Dungeons & Dragons Club

Meets in Portable 13 (Mr. Slaughter’s room) on Mondays from 2:20-3:20.

The club is for anyone who is interested in playing D&D while getting to know other people at the same time.

Rubik's Cube Club

Meetings will take place in Mrs. Adkins’s room (172) on Thursdays from 2:15-2:45 starting on March 25th. The club members will challenge each other to get faster and better. The club could also help students solve a Rubik’s cube by memorizing and understanding different algorithms which could help prepare students to memorize and understand math formulas. Students will have to bring their own Rubik’s cube.

Interested students should fill out the following form.

News Club

The News Club is an energetic group of students who want to spread light onto the positivity that is happening in our Rushe community! If you are interested in joining us, please complete this link https://forms.gle/4Wz7jVXkFdaPXUky6