Activities and Athletics

Activity Bus Routes  

Activity Bus Cross Reference 

2015-16 Extracurricular Activity Fee Form


 2016 Fall Sports Letter

 Concussion Prevention- highly recommended resource for all players and parents  

 FMS medical form   

 MCPS Permission Form Permission slip 

 Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation Form Health form


 Clubs - Stay Tuned for the 2016-2017 Clubs

 Computer Club/Homework Club: Improve your basic typing and computer skills while learning new computer applications and programs or play school appropriate computer games independently or with friends. Students will also have the opportunity to complete homework assignments on the computer.

 Jazz Band: An Extra-curricular music ensemble for instrumentalists that will explore all sub-genres of Jazz (Blues, Swing, Bebop etc.)  The group will either be one ensemble that meets on Thursdays.  The Jazz ensembles may perform in the winter and spring concerts, as well as at the MCPS Jazz Fesival at Sherwood High School in December, and on the Music department trip in May.  

REC Extra’s Rock Band: For Guitarists, Bass Guitarists, Drummers, Piano Players, and Singers.  The Rock band will explore many facets of the rock and pop genres of the past 50 years.  Students will be divided into like-ability rock groups that will practice and perform together. 

REC Extra’s Guitar Club: Learn to play the guitar or improve your guitar skills! 

REC Extra’s Leo Club:  Students with an interest in community service are welcome.  The Lions Club established the club in an effort to bring youth into community service through their school.  The club is dedicated to helping the community by engaging students in various community service projects.  Students will receive student service learning hours for participating in projects. 

School Newspaper:  For students interested in writing and reporting.  Students should be able to accept an assignment and complete it within a time frame.  The newspaper staff generates articles, gathers student opinions, offers advice, and generally writes about topics of interest to middle school students.  Articles and graphics are assembled in a printed newspaper each marking period and distributed to the student body. 

Student Government Association (SGA):  Involvement in activities that promote civic duty for the FMS community, such as canned food drive, fundraisers, and dance.  An election by peers to represent students in SGA takes place early fall in world studies classes.  Student members may attend meetings outside FMS.   An application is required for students not already elected as delegates.  Application forms are available in the main hall.  

Yearbook:  Students interested in creating the annual Farquhar yearbook assist with designing layouts, taking pictures, coming up with creative ideas, and advertising the yearbook sale. 

Project Change/Yes Club: This club is for anyone who has the desire to give back and connect to our community.  Ensure you have a voice and play a significant role in making our community the best it can be! Students gain a better understanding of Student Service Learning from multiple perspectives and get a first-hand look at volunteering.   

If you have any questions, please contact Laurie Rose, Kristin Rhone (After School Activities Coordinators) or Sandy Orzel (Intramural Coordinator).  

After-School Activities Contacts:






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