After School Clubs

After School Clubs

Due to COVID-19, after school clubs at DCMS are postponed until further notice for the safety of everyone involved. As soon as we are able to resume these clubs, we will let everyone know how to join and when the meetings are.

We want you to be involved at DCMS. It is your involvement that makes our school great!  Below is a list of extracurricular clubs offered at DCMS for you to consider.

  • Academic Team: Do you love showing off your knowledge? Join the DCMS academic team! We hold tryouts in September and 14 students make up our teams. We practice on Mondays from 2:30-3:15 in the library. We participate in at least three tournaments per year, competing against students from many surrounding schools. Direct questions to Mrs. Denney in the media center. 
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA): FCA meets every Thursday morning at 7am before school in the cafeteria. We discuss bible studies and share in the vision of FCA, which is to see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes and coaches. FCA is open to all students and involvement in athletics is not required to attend. Direct questions to Coach Pense.
  • Friends of Rachel (FOR) Club: Rachel's Challenge group for students to spread kindness initiatives at DCMS inspired by Rachel Joy Scott, the first Columbine High School shooting victim. Contact Mr. Graffeo, Mrs. Hall, or Mrs. Robertson for more information. The FOR club has three main areas of focus:  

    Outreach: social media, posters and lockers, morning messages in announcements, pen pals for students/teachers/community/military.

    Help: Antler Aid Closet for students and DCMS families, adopting students in need, and welcoming new students. 

    Events: small, schoolwide events and positive messages (lunch mixers, food treats, chain links projects.

  • National Junior Honor Society (NJHS): The DCMS chapter of NJHS focuses on five principles:  scholarship, service, leadership, character and citizenship. Students who have a cumulative grade point average of 3.8 and have been a student in Deer Creek for at least a year can apply to become a member at the beginning of each school year. Members participate in service projects as well as volunteer in the community on their own time. Direct questions to Mrs. Barton.
  • Youth and Government (YAG): DCMS students have the opportunity to participate in YAG’s Model Legislative Day. Student’s write a bill about something they would like to change within the State of Oklahoma at bill writing practices and then represent their bill and debate other student bills while serving as a Junior Senator or Junior Representative for the day!  This program expands and continues at the high school level with many more opportunities. The mission of YAG is helping students find THEIR voice. Direct questions to Mr. Cory.
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