Math Team meets Thursdays
2:45-3:45

Marshall Middle School Math Team is associated with The Intermediate Math League of Eastern Massachusetts (or IMLEM). It is a math league for middle schools across Eastern Massachusetts. Students have the honor of representing their school in an academic competition, while interacting academically and socially with students from other communities. We travel to the meets at Breed, Salem, Swampscott, and Marblehead Middle Schools.. There are 5 meets a year at the district schools. We have over 22 students who are on the math team. They compete in five mathematical categories and a team round. We are very proud of our “math-eletes” and their representation of Marshall Middle School.

Drama Club meets Tuesdays
2:45-3:45

Drama club gives students a fun and supportive environment in which to express themselves. During each session students will participate in a variety of theatre games and exercises designed to spark their creativity and imagination. Drama club members will have the opportunity to be a part of two small productions (one improvisation based and one scripted) that will be presented as “in-school performances” that parents can also attend (dates and times TBA). The club is open to all grade levels and students interested in technical theatre are also encouraged to participate.

Arts and Crafts meets Thursdays
2:45-3:45

Students work on work on drawing and coloring subjects that meet their interests. They are provided with resources and materials to develop skills and/or just have fun in a safe and relaxed atmosphere.

NJHS meets on various days
2:45-3:45

After being away for quite a bit of time, the National Junior Honor Society returned to the Thurgood Marshall Middle School for the 2016-2017 with a grand statement. With over three dozen members, the NJHS expects its members to maintain a strong cumulative grand point average, maintain the highest standards in conduct, and participate in community service projects to help out Lynn and certain causes throughout the world. For example, NJHS members have served as respected ambassadors of the Thurgood Marshall Middle School when they have given tours of the school to members of the community and when they had the pleasure of playing games with the residents of the Life Care Center of the North Shore in Lynn. Additionally, the National Junior Honor Society has supervised fun events at the TMMS to raise funds for schools in Central America and the Caribbean, such as Hat Day, the Mario Kart Tournament, the Carnation Flower Drive, and the Valentine’s Day Dance. Recently the National Junior Honor Society raised funds and participated in the 36th Annual My Brother’s Table Walk in October 2017.

Games Club meets Tuesdays
2:45-3:45

Games club meets on Monday or Tuesday each week and is available for all grades to participate in. The students develop team work, strategic reasoning, and wholesome competitiveness through a variety of fun games. We learn new card games and board games, and also further develop strategies in games that students already know and enjoy. We tailor each session according to interest and the number of students attending! We welcome any new students who are looking for some after school fun!

Computer Club meets Mondays
2:45-3:45

As a member of this club, we will discuss computers and their components, distinguish PCs from Macs, and demystify computers through the use of Raspberry Pi. This device is a low-cost, single-board, credit card-sized compute that was invented to incentivize students to learn about computer science.

TV Club meets Tuesdays
2:45-3:45

T.V club will be focused on broadcasting Morning News to TMMS.
The mission is to pass some of the announcements that administrators make to the school on the to students.
We hope to improve students communication skills, technical skills, and build confidence in students.
The skills they take away from T.V club in theory can be applied to about any aspect in life or the career field.
By providing students with the technology necessary to produce such show’s, TMMS put them self a step ahead.

Video Game Club meets Tuesdays
2:45-3:45

3D Printing Club meets Mondays
2:45-3:45

In 3D Printing Club students will be learning about the entire process of 3D printing. Starting with design they will create their own objects in SketchUp and eventually have them printed on our 3D Printer. Some student ideas so far include: keychains, small figurines (like minecraft), and phone stands among other things

Baking Club meets Mondays
2:45-3:45

Thurgood Marshall Middle School is pleased to offer the Baking Club, which meets each Monday. Students are introduced to the rewarding and useful skill of baking from scratch. Members learn the techniques and methods of cooking using a variety of recipes. Baking cupcakes, cookies, pies and many other delicious desserts showcases our students’ creativity in a deliciously enjoyable way!

**COOKING CLUB IS CANCELED UNTIL THE FIRST WEEK OF JANUARY**

Cooking Club meets Tuesdays
2:45-3:45

We travel around the world by doing our meals from different countries, we start in Mexico, China, Italy, U.S.A, Spain, France, Centro America, and the Caribbean. We learn how to prepare, sauté, fry and bake. We also use different condiments and spices according to the origin of the recipes, and the best part we get to eat it 😁

**COOKING CLUB IS CANCELED UNTIL THE FIRST WEEK OF JANUARY**

Cooking Club meets Thursdays
2:45-3:45

We travel around the world by doing our meals from different countries, we start in Mexico, China, Italy, U.S.A, Spain, France, Centro America, and the Caribbean. We learn how to prepare, sauté, fry and bake. We also use different condiments and spices according to the origin of the recipes, and the best part we get to eat it 😁

Leadership Club meets Tuesdays
2:45-3:45

This group was created to promote compassion and kindness among the girls in the building. This starts at a personal level with self awareness, personal responsibility, positive self talk, etc. We also hope to empower these young ladies with activities promoting mindfulness, goal setting, personal finance lessons, and community service.

Millionaires Club meets Tuesdays
2:45-3:45

Millionaire’s Club offers students an opportunity to learn and engage in banking concepts, such as differences between a bank and a credit union, debit card and credit card, credit scores, how to budget and manage personal finances, stock market, etc. Students will also discuss best ways to create a resume and prepare for a job interview.
Millionaire’s Club runs on Monday’s in room B425.

Newspaper meets on various days
2:45-3:45