The Academic Pentathlon was founded as a means of fostering scholastic excellence among students who represent a wide diversity of personal and academic backgrounds and interests. Separate competitions are held for seventh and eighth graders. Students compete as individuals and as teams in a series of five academic tests. These are: Seventh and Eighth Grade - Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts (essay) and Super Quiz. A team consists of nine competitors and 2 or 3 alternates. Each team must include three Honor, three Scholastic and three Varsity students as indicated in the following divisions: Honor: 3.75-4.00 GPA, Scholastic: 3.00-3.74 GPA, Varsity: 2.00-2.99 GPASponsor: Alesha Watts
Art Club is open to all Lawler students interested in making or learning more about art. Both students who are already enrolled in an Art class and those who are not are welcome to join. Art club activities will take place 2 times a month, after school from 3:35-4:35. Payment for art making supplies will be processed through MyPaymentsPlus.
Sponsor: Heema Mistry
Board Game Club
Board Game Club is open to all Lawler students that want a chance to gather with their peers in a welcoming, relaxing environment and play games. The Board Game Club will offer a wide variety of games so that students can play their favorites or learn something new.
Sponsor: Andrew Evans
Book Club/Creative Writing
The Lawler Readers Book & Creative Writing Club is for students who love to read and write and want to meet with other students to talk about books. We will also creatively write about topics of interest. The group is open to students in grades 6, 7 or 8. Any reader or writer is welcome. Meeting Time- 2nd Tuesday of every month.
Sponsor: Cynthia Rondinelli/Melissa Stafford
The goal of the Culture Club is for students to form strong bonds with one another through activities dedicated to spreading awareness, understanding, and appreciation of various cultures.
Sponsor: Rhonda Sepulvado
A positive environment to strengthen public speaking communication skills. Students will learn and demonstrate a Lincoln Douglas style debate. Students who prefer Prose and Poetry speaking will practice and perform these as well. Meetings in D108 3:45-4:45 the first Friday of the Month.
Sponsor: Katie Ryan
Green Recycling Club
The Green Recycling Club works to create a "green" environment at Lawler Middle School. This is done throughout the year during our Leadworthy class. We pick up recycling one day a week throughout the school. In addition, we will assist with recycling at lunch, learning how to incorporate environmentally-friendly behaviors into daily life, and encouraging others to become more environmentally-friendly.
Sponsor: Jason Martin
Math and Science Team
The Lawler Math/Science team goes to TMSCA (Texas Math Science Coaches Association) meets throughout the year. Students who qualify at specific meets in February can go on to the state meet in San Antonio in April. Students are able to compete in 4 different tests - number sense, calculator, general math, and science. After school practice focuses on those tests to prepare students to compete at the meets.
Sponsors: Meera Karia and Cody Watkins
National Junior Honor Society
National Junior Honor Society is open to qualified students in seventh or eighth grade. To be eligible for membership, a student must have attended a Frisco middle school for the full semester prior to consideration and have a 94 average in the core subjects for the fall semester which they just completed. Selection for membership is based on outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, service, and citizenship and will be determined upon the decision of a review committee. Dues are $20
Sponsor: Rayeann Boeke
Poetry & Prose Club
The Poetry and Prose Club is open to any Lawler student who is interested in studying and creating poetry and prose (short stories, essays, etc.) pieces. Students will gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for poetry and prose through reading and discussing with others.
Sponsor: Jonda Robinson
The Robotics Club is for students who are interested in all things robotics! Robotics Club uses specially-designed Legos and computer programming skills to build objects for various purposes.
Sponsor: Cody Watkins
SLAB (School Library Advisory Board)
Interested in being a big part of your school library? Help with displays, program ideas, book fair, new book launch parties and more!
Sponsor: Paige Vasquez
The Spanish Club broadens students’ knowledge of the Spanish culture and its festivities. Members get the opportunity to celebrate some of the holidays taking place in Spanish-speaking countries around the world. They will also be able to watch Spanish movies, enjoy cooking activities, participate in fun arts and craft workshops, listen to Spanish music and learn about Spanish art. The club activities are student generated, driven and planned.
Sponsors: Cassandra Hurtado
Fall elections are held for 6th grade representatives, as well as any available 7th and 8th grade representative positions. Students must have 80+ average and no disciplinary actions by teachers.
Sponsor: Heema Mistry
The technology Club is for students who are interested in all things technology. Members of the club will further their knowledge in technology as well as explore coding.
Sponsor: Dameon Powell