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Student Interest Clubs

The Cooking club meets once a month.
Students will write a recipe, learn how to cook it, then taste it.
This club meets in the library with Ms. Burnett
The Take and Make Club is a monthly opportunity.
Students can request a kit to create whatever is being offered.
The kit is free. The expectation is just to share a picture of your final 
project or craft with Ms. Burnett so she can post on social media.
This club meets in the library with Ms. Burnett
The Library League is a club similar to a library ambassador program. These students meet to discuss programs or events they would like to see in the library. Help brainstorm ways to bring in kids in the library. Ways to market the library and/or books. They meet once a month to help out in this capacity.
This club meets in the library with Ms. Burnett
The Diversity Club is a great club to help learn about yourself and others. To be a member, you have to read five books from the collection. These books are marked with a specific label. Ms. Burnett will also be reading a diversity book periodically during lunch times, so you could just join us too! After five books are read, your in!!! You can come to our diverse feast!!! We will eat foods from different places!!! It's so yummy!  
This club meets in the library with Ms. Burnett

Mission Statement

The principal purposes of the Bearcat Astronomy Team are:

  • To stimulate and cultivate an interest in the science of astronomy in the students of Lamar Middle School.

  • To provide the students and community of Lamar Middle School an opportunity to explore and appreciate the joy and beauty of astronomy.

To Achieve Mission:

Bearcat Astronomy Team members must:

  • Hold regular meetings and discussions regarding all aspects of observational and general astronomy (Meeting time is 4:15-4:50 day TBD, evening/night viewings TBA)

  • Organize and conduct occasional outdoor observing sessions as a team and as a community.

Team Membership

Bearcat Astronomy Team membership is open to any Lamar Middle School Science student. The team advisors are Mr. Samuel Padilla, Ms. Lilyanna Castro, Ms. Grace Scott

 Lunch Time Christian Club  


Bennett Diano is a youth minister from St. Luke’s Church in Temple (he is on the approved volunteer list).  He will lead the “Lunch Time Christian Club” open to all students during the 7th and 8th grade lunches approximately every other Tuesday.

Students will be able to get passes to come directly to Club meetings.  Seventh graders will go to Ms. Alvarez’s room 104, eighth graders will go to Ms. Jones’s room 312.


The club plans to meet on the following dates unless there is a schedule conflict. (As of now there are no events on the event calendar that would hinder these meeting dates).

September 12th

September 26th

October 10th

October 24th

November 14th

December 5th


National Junior Honor Society will be on our campus hosted by Mrs. Gately. More information coming soon!
Ms. Armstrong is sponsoring a LMS student council group on campus. More information coming soon! 
Ms. De La Cruz will be having art club on Tuesdays starting the 2nd week of September from 4:10-5:10 
Coding Club
Meets afterschool on alternating tuesdays, students work with micro:bit technology to introduce or improve their coding and programming abilities. Students learn basic skills and then take those skills to develop their own solutions!
Dungeons and Dragons Club
Meets afterschool on alternating Tuesdays. A place for students both familiar and new to the tabletop game community. Dungeons and Dragons provides a space for teambuilding, storytelling, social/emotional learning, and a really fun time with friends! 
Ms. McGuire is hosting a Service Club this year. Check out the flyer for more details!!!
Meeting have moved to 1st and 3rd Thursday every month at 4:15-4:45!!