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Clubs

Beta Club

Midway has been a member of the Junior National Beta Club since 2005. It is available to 7th and 8th graders. Students are invited into Junior Beta based upon their academic standing after 6th grade, having maintained a B average or better and exhibited proper conduct.


Chess Club 
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 The MCCS Chess Club is a place for everyone who wants to learn to play chess.  Competition is not the only aspect of the MCCS Chess Club; students can also attend for a relaxing game with friends.  Each practice is filled with a chance to learn new tactics and strategies for the game, challenge your mind solving interesting chess puzzles, and plenty of time to play games against other chess enthusiasts.

For more information contact Mrs. Leah Shvartsman.


Drama Club

Our main goal in drama, is to glorify God through drama.  We learn some different ways to present drama material, we play games that emphasize some different aspects of drama, and we practice for upcoming plays that could be performed in chapel, the talent show, and end of the year productions.  Drama club meets every Wednesday from 3:30-4:25.  It is available for any 5th through 8th grade students.
For more information contact Mr. Justin Mattick


FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)

Fellowship of Christian Athletes, FCA, is open to all middle school students.  FCA meets every Friday morning in the room off  the gym for food, fun, fellowship and spiritual growth. Even though the word athlete is in our name, everyone is welcome!
For more information contact Mrs. Sandy Burton.


Junior Master Gardener

The Junior Master Gardener program has been a part of Midway since 2003. This after-school club is available to students in 3rd and 4th grade. Volunteer Master Gardeners lead the students through the entire gardening process from preparing the soil in the fall, to planting seeds, to harvesting the fruits of their labors. Students who successfully complete the program receive a certificate at the end of the year.

 


Robotics Club

The MCCS Robotics Club meets every Monday. The goal of this club is to give the students an opportunity to participate in a shared leadership experience in which they collaborate together to build and program autonomous robots that are capable of performing specified tasks. The robotics club is designed to get the students involved in STEM learning activities and to provide many opportunities for fun competition. The MCC Robotics Club is a member of the First Lego League (FLL).
For more information contact Dr. Matthew Ross.


 Safety Patrol

MCCS is excited to continue the implementation of the Safety Patrol Program. Our Safety Patrol program is open to 4th and 5th graders. The primary purpose of the program is to enhance the safety of our students. In addition, this promotes the development of leadership skills and good citizenship qualities. A safety patrol’s job is to model for students the safety rules that have been taught in the classroom, to assist students in safe transitions throughout the building, and to assist teachers and staff with safety procedures during arrival and dismissal times. Patrols receive instructions in safety guidelines and procedures during their “on the job.” This requires a one year commitment from students.
For more information contact Mrs. Shelley Spratlin.

 


S.A.L.T (Serving and Learning Together)Salt logo1

S.A.L.T. is for Middle School girls to develop relationships with each other while serving MCCS and learning more about God. Activities include special speakers, special events as well as fun and games. SALT meets each Tuesday from 3:15-4:30.  All Middle School girls are welcome to come when they can. Matthew 5:13a You are the salt of the earth.
For more information contact Mrs. Kindy Moore.

School News
  • Important Dates
  • Nov. 6th - 10th

    November is PTF Missions Month
    Flyers have been sent home and emailed.
    The mission for November 6th – 10th
    Thanksgiving Food Drive for CAYA Reconciliation Ministries
    CAYA is a local ministry with a Thanksgiving Outreach.
    Their goal is to serve 450 Thanksgiving Food Bags to people in our community in need.
    Bring non-perishable canned or boxed items.
    stuffing, yams, green beans, corn, muffin mixes, dessert mixers, gravy or gravy mixes, mashed potatoes, macaroni & cheese, cranberry sauce

  • Nov. 10th

    Veteren's Chapel @ 8:40am
    Parents, grandparents, family and friends are invited to attend.
    We would like to send a special invitation to all veterans to attend.

  • Nov. 10th

    Upward Basketball & Cheerleading
    Registration has been extended.
    www.midwayschool.org/activities/athletics/upward/

  • School Information
  • Contact Information

    We would love to talk to you about our school and how we can serve your family. Please contact us at:

    Midway Covenant Christian School

    4635 Dallas Hwy.
    Powder Springs, GA 30127


    (770)590-1866
    (770)422-6416 Fax


    MidwayOffice@MidwaySchool.org

  • School Hours

    K3 (2 day)
    K4 (3 day) & (5 day)
    8:30 - 12:30

    K5 Full Day
    1st - 5th Grade
    8:30 - 3:00

    6th Grade - 8th Grade
    8:30 - 3:15

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