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School Clubs (Non-PTO)

Garden Club

Come join us in the garden to learn about native Chinese, Japanese, and Thai vegetables that are suitable to grow here in Texas! We grow bitter melon, bok choy, long beans, Japanese eggplant, and much more! Parents can sign up themselves and their children by emailing MIMSGardenClub@gmail.com Meetings are on Saturday at 9 AM and announced …

Girl & Boy Scouts

Our parents have already started or will start their own girl and boy scout troops at our school!

Kids’ Marketplace

Kids’ Marketplace is a market run by kids for kids where they learn social and business skills by taking on the responsibilities of planning, running, and managing a real life store of their own and realizing the fruits of their labor.  In 2014, Channel 13 News came to cover our market!   See Livingtree for announcements …

MIMS Chess Club

MIMS Chess Club was founded in Fall 2018 by parent volunteers with a primary goal of helping students learn and improve chess skills.  Club Mission Chess is a great strategic game for kids! Evidence shows that the benefits of playing chess at a young age include improvement in literary, math, critical thinking and life skills …

MIMS String Orchestra Club

We are excited to announce we will have MIMS String Orchestra Club in 2020 Calling all students from K-8th grade to Join us! We are signing up right now! Club Fee: $150/year Meeting in Room 211 Audition is required for each student intending to join the orchestra. The audition time and place will be informed …

Name that Book Club

Despite MCLIMS being a relatively new school our kids have already proven they are a talented and brilliant bunch. They won top place in the Name that Book Competition in 2013 and 2014 already!

Running Club

Calling all runners….MIMS is starting a running club. Through running, we show kids they can achieve more than they ever thought possible. MIMS is starting a running club, following the Marathon Kids program. The Marathon Kids program will provide curriculum, logging system, and rewards at goal thresholds. Over the course of a run club season, …

Science Fair Club

Science Fair Club Club Handbook Members:  Middle School students Purpose:  Prepare for Science Fair projects.  Learn and demonstrate scientific research process. Requirements:  Students of appropriate standing and exemplary behavior. Meeting:  Intermittent Mondays in Fall and early spring.  The students will be brainstorming on different science fair topics and eventually work on their project with peer …