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Image of stack of books with children climbing themBattle of the Books
Students read books selected from a list provided by the state BOB committee. They compete against students from other schools by answering questions related to the books they have read. Students prepare for the competition by reading and studying the books and answering questions related to those books. If you love to read, this is the club for you! For a current list of books, click
Beta Club
To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.
ACHIEVEMENT – Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement
CHARACTER – Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful
LEADERSHIP – Developing the leaders of tomorrow
SERVICE – Demonstrating our motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Others
Membership is open by invitation only to students who maintain A/B Honor Roll and who receive Teacher Recommendation. Membership can be revoked if these conditions are not met after initiation.
Check with Mrs. Sartain for the meeting schedule. To find out more information, please contact Mrs. Sartain at
Image of red person speaking at a podiumForensics
Forensics is the study of debate.  Students who participate in this club learn to debate using different types of arguments to present their information.  Students will learn the art of persuasive arguments, dramatic speaking, humor, and/or other types of arguments.  Throughout the school year, they compete against students from other schools in the county.  If you enjoy public speaking and the art of presenting persuasive arguments, the Forensics Club welcomes your participation!
Image of math toolsMath Counts
If your strong point is math and you enjoy solving math puzzles, this is the place for you.  You will learn to solve complex and interesting math problems.  Don’t worry if you can’t solve it, that’s why teammates are there.  Competitions are held throughout the school year throughout the county.  If you are a logical thinker and math is your game, this is the game for you! Contact Ms. Blackwell ( for more information.
Image of text - "Test your knowledge" over a geometric designed circle.Quiz Bowl
If your knowledge covers a wide range of subjects, this club will fit you like a glove.  Students compete by answering questions on a wide variety of subjects.  Competitions are held throughout the school year in preparation for the final competition at the end of the club season.  The variety of questions allows for a wide range of individual to join the team.  If you’re good at recalling lots of facts about lots of subjects, here is where you belong!   
Image of crossRUSH

RUSH is a student-led, Christian club that empowers students to put their faith into action to change their school. Students meet weekly to have fun together, grow in their faith, and take part in numerous school/community services. We want to make a difference in the world, our community, and our school, so if that’s you, come and join us!

Though RUSH is a Christian club, it is open to students and faculty of all beliefs, backgrounds, and lifestyles, so come any week to try it out! No dues are required; we simply ask for commitment, respect, and a willingness to grow.

Meetings at DBMS are on Thursdays after school until 3:30 in Room 102. Please contact Mrs. Talicia Smith for more information.

Image of student performing science experiment saying "Way Cool Science Stuff"Science Olympiad
If your head is full of experiments and inventions, this is the club for you!  Students who join this club have the opportunity to participate in after-school sessions that will expand their knowledge of science and experimentation.  The members of this club compete with students throughout the county in competitions that will expand their knowledge and may lead to promising careers in the future. 
Image of cartoon face saying "Spanish"Spanish Club
All participating students will expand their Spanish vocabulary and have a better understanding of and appreciation for Latin cultures and their diversity.  The Spanish Club will provide a place for students to use the Spanish language learned in our school. Students will also participate in the Quiz Bowl, which is a friendly competition among middle schools that allows students to display their knowledge. In preparation for the Quiz bowl, students will become knowledgeable in various aspects of Latin America such as geography, food & drink, life, famous persons, sports & arts, history, grammar, and vocabulary. ¡Nos vemos! Contact Ms. Deas for more information
Image of Student Government Association logoStudent Government
The Student Government Association (SGA) is a student organization dedicated to social and organizational activities of the student body. SGA officers are elected using the democratic process of campaigning and voting. Each year a President, Vice President, Secretary, and Historian are elected. Additionally, homeroom delegates are chosen to represent each grade level. Some of SGA’s activities include sponsoring Homecoming Week, school dances, food drives, Staff Appreciation activities, and other service projects.
Image of bee holding chalkboard that says "ABC"Spelling Bee
The Spelling Bee is a county-wide competition with students competing against each other to correctly spell words ranging from easy to very difficult. The final winners county- wide, compete in a state-wide competition against the best spellers from each county around the state.
Published by Kristy Sartain on March 11, 2019
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