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Excel Beyond the Bell

Signs up for Session 1. Registration is based on first come, first served.

EBB Spring Catalog now Available (EBB Spring Schedule 2020 PDF) 

These activities are fully funded by our partners, at no cost to our families!  

 

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 If you have any questions, please contact: rec.excelbeyondthebell@montgomerycountymd.gov or 240-777-8080  

The middle school interscholastic athletics program is available for students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grade and consists of three virtual sport seasons, including fall (cross country and softball), winter (basketball), and spring (soccer). The middle school virtual athletic seasons consists of two student-athlete and coach engagement sessions per week, for a total of six engagement sessions over the course of approximately three to four weeks. The fall virtual season is scheduled to occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays after-school, beginning on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 and finishing on Thursday, October 8, 2020.

All students participating in the fall virtual season, as part of the MCPS interscholastic athletics program, must complete the online registration process.  Registration is done electronically through the Argyle Magnet Athletics Registration form (hyperlink or share link to local school athletics registration form), which is also posted on the school's website.  Students and parents/guardians who have difficulty with registration should contact Eric Franklin at Eric _S_Franklin@mcpsmd.org .

We are excited to provide your student with the greatest education-based virtual athletics season during such unprecedented times. We Can,We Will,We R.A.I.S.E.  

Our Excel Beyond the Bell Collaborative is a public-private partnership created by the Collaboration Council to inspire our youth to realize their full potential by offering safe, quality and accessible out-of-school time programs. Together with the Montgomery County Recreation Department and Montgomery County Public Schools, EBB Middle School Programs are offered at seven schools while striving to increase positive outcomes for our students by creating and supporting a high-quality after school workforce.

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Athletics Program 

Sports Information 

The middle school interscholastic athletics program is available for students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grade and consists of three virtual sport seasons, including fall (cross country and softball), winter (basketball), and spring (soccer). The middle school virtual athletic seasons consists of two student-athlete and coach engagement sessions per week, for a total of six engagement sessions over the course of approximately three to four weeks. The fall virtual season is scheduled to occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays after-school, beginning on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 and finishing on Thursday, October 8, 2020.

All students participating in the fall virtual season, as part of the MCPS interscholastic athletics program, must complete the online registration process.  Registration is done electronically through the Argyle Magnet Athletics Registration form which is also posted on the school’s website.  Students and parents/guardians who have difficulty with registration should contact Eric Franklin at Eric _S_Franklin@mcpsmd.org

 We are excited to provide your student with the greatest education-based virtual athletics season during such unprecedented times. We Can, We Will, We R.A.I.S.E.


 Drama Club 

Interested in Drama?  Drama Club is a year round after school program through which students learn the many aspects of the business of theatre. 

 Throughout the year, students will participate in acting, singing, dance, set design, costume design, lighting design, and more. 
 The work students do in Drama Club will culminate in a full production.
 
 

Check out the Drama website.


 

 Intramural Program 

What is the Intramural Program?

The Intramural Program is an extension of the physical education program. The Intramural Program takes place before and after school on most Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. A variety of activities will be offered throughout the year. 

Who is allowed to participate in the Intramural Program?

All sixth, seventh and eighth grade students may participate in the Intramural Program. However, on days that you choose not to dress for physical education, you may not participate in the Intramural Program. 

May I participate on more than one team?

Yes, you may sign up for more than one activity. We offer before and after school activities. 


How much does it cost?

All participants must pay the Montgomery County Public School extracurricular activity (ECA) fee.

 

   For further information please contact, Nicole Wallace.

 

 

 



 

Homework Resources 

      Research Services Internet URL, Login and Passwords

     Homework Hotline Live

Did you know that you can get homework help via text, email, and Facebook from 4 to 9 pm? Click on the link above for more information about all the ways that Homework Hotline Live can help.

 MCPS Homework Resources

Available to all students.  Additional resources, usernames, and passwords are available from the Media Center. 

 MCPS Math Resources 

Available to all students.  Looking to improve your math skills? Check out the list of county approved Math practice websites.  

 

 


 Argyle Middle School Student Government Association (SGA) 

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Welcome 

 

Welcome to the Argyle Student Government Association Page! As we move forward during the 2020-2021 school year and virtual learning, we look forward to working for and with students to continue to help Argyle be a great place to learn and grow. Some of you may not know what SGA  is or what it does, so please read on to learn more! 

What is SGA?  

The Student Government of Argyle Middle School is a student-led leadership association representing the interest of ALL students in the decision-making process. SGA 's elected student representatives and general assembly members work with administrators and teachers to positively impact the school culture and environment through events, activities, fundraising, and student representation at county and state meetings. 

Who can participate in SGA?  

The Student Government Association  is made up of two groups, the elected SGA Executive Board  and the SGA  General Assembly.

The elected SGA Executive Board  include:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary
  • Historian
  • Grade-Level Representatives

The SGA  General Assembly  is made up of ALL AMS students who sign up, come to the meetings, and participate in activities.

Become a part of SGA

 

Interested in becoming an elected SGA representative or a general assembly member? Click on the APPLICATION  link to apply.

 SGA Meetings  

 SGA  meetings are held on Wednesdays, after school.  ALL students are members of the SGA and can view information from meetings at the SGA CANVAS page.  

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the SGA Sponsor, Ms. Blackman:

 Delicia Blackman , SGA Sponsor  

 

 


 

National Junior Honor Society  

National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) allows you to work together for a purpose. More updates to come!