Campus Life: Get Involved
Are you looking for a place to belong? A way to make new friends? Want to try something new? Students are encouraged to get involved in campus life and join a club or other student organization! Extracurricular opportunities are available for community service, scholarly organizations, social clubs and more.
Creating Exemplary Students (CES)
The students of Griffiths Middle School are expected to demonstrate good citizenship and character and become conscientious and moral people in their community, contributing to a better world. To promote those ideals, we encourage volunteering and fundraisings for charitable causes throughout the year.
- True Lasting Connections 5K
- Pennies For The Rainforest
- Food Drive For The PTA
- Peer Tutoring At GMS and Price Elementary
- Maintain Griffiths’s Garden
- Scholarship Hours
Where Everybody Belongs (WEB)
Where Everybody Belongs – WEB is a selected team of 8th-grade students who mentor all incoming 6th graders in order to help them feel welcomed and confident as they begin their new journey in middle school.
WEB welcomes all 6th graders to our summer orientation where students can meet other classmates, build new friendships, and start to get familiar with the campus. WEB has monthly activities for WEB Leaders and 6th graders to build positive relationships and social skills, connect with one another and, above all, have fun!
Events and activities organized by WEB include:
Back to School Dance
Lunch on the Lawn Game Day
Learn to play fun board games and spoons
Group activities such as gingerbread house building, egg drop challenges and MORE!
Associated Student Body (ASB)
The mission of ASB (Associated Student Body) is to provide opportunities that promote school spirit and community pride for ALL students and staff.
ASB student leaders make a one-year commitment to better the school environment by setting an example through their character, leadership, and involvement. These students work together to plan and produce lunchtime activities, fundraisers, and awards assemblies as they build valuable skills like communication, collaboration, and time management.