Clubs & Activities
- Literary Mavs
- National Junior Honor Society
- Student Council
- UIL Academic Competition Team
- Jr. FFA
The Linda Jobe Middle School Cheer Team supports athletic and academic organizations and performs for the entertainment of the greater Mansfield community. We believe that an exemplary cheerleading program in an extension of the classroom, promotes team spirit and nurture an opportunity for artistic endeavors. Cheerleading offers our students an opportunity to develop and grow physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially. Cheerleaders develop dance and cheer techniques, as well as acquire performance skills. Participants become self-disciplined and self-confident. The cheerleading team learns the value associated with working as a team, competition and service.
Everyone interested in being challenged and ready to be part of a group that will strive to think and act as one should try out. Middle school cheerleading clinics and tryouts are held in the Spring.
Sponsor Contact Info: AmandaGarrett@misdmail.org
Literary Mavs encourages students to be part of a reading community in which they celebrate, read and discuss books. Our meetings will include their favorite books, fun discussions, and book related events. We'll go beyond the book, join us!
Sponsor Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) was established to recognize outstanding middle school students. Students must demonstrate excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Character, and Citizenship. NJHS challenges them to further their development in school activities and community service.
Mrs. Gerick is the advisor for Linda Jobe Middle School's NJHS. Students are invited to participate based on their grade point average. Applications are normally sent out in March to students who meet the minimum 93.0 GPA. An induction is held in the Spring. Meetings and work sessions are held at least twice a month during lunches, and occasionally before or after school. Students are required to earn at least 15 hours of community service each semester.
Sponsor Contact info: StarletteGerik@misdmail.org
Jobe MS Student Council is a group of elected and volunteer students working together with advisor, Mrs. Lauren Barron, within the framework of a constitution or bylaws to provide a means for student expression and assistance in school affairs and activities, give opportunities for student experience in leadership and encourage student, faculty, and community relations.
JMS StuCo holds a general meeting once a month on the 1st Thursday of the month at 8:15 AM in C107. Through projects and activities, student council works to:
- Promote Citizenship
- Promote Scholarship
- Promote Leadership
- Promote Human Relations
- Promote Cultural Values
Sponsor Contact info: LaurenBarron@misdmail.org
Join the Linda Jobe UIL Academic Competition Team! Activities are designed to motivate students as they acquire higher levels of knowledge and provide them with the opportunity to demonstrate mastery of specific skills.
Our UIL Team will compete in 18 categories at the Middle School District Tournament. Boost your scholastic performance and help prepare for your future!
Important Dates: TBA
- Mrs. Sahyouni, Academic UIL Coordinator
Jr. FFA is a student organization in which students participate in raising livestock to show at either local shows or state shows (ie. Ft. Worth Stock Show, Houston Rodeo, State Fair). Below are links that will give you some more information in regards to Jr. FFA.
If you need further information about Jr. FFA, please email email@example.com.