Entering their second year, the Baseball team is open to 6th-8th graders.
Meets: Try-outs will be in the fall at the Hillsboro High School baseball field
Contact: Daniel Parsons email@example.com
Cross County (Boys and Girls)
Open to 5th-8th graders. 5th graders compete in a 1-mile race, and 6th-8th graders complete in a 2-mile race.
Meets: Wednesdays and Thursdays 4:00-5:30 p.m. at the park beside J.T. Moore, pavilion by the rock climbing wall, August 23-October 18
JTM LAX (lacrosse) is a club sport that is entering its 13th year at J.T. Moore. Our club includes boys in 5th-8th grades, and there are no tryouts – all interested boys are welcomed to join. We start practicing around the end of February, with games mid-March through the end of April. We practice three times a week after school at JTM. Lacrosse is rapidly growing in Nashville, and there are opportunities to play throughout the year with other leagues and camps. We had more than 30 boys on our team last year and were able to field both JV and Varsity teams.
Meets: Mid-Feb through end of April, after school 3 days/week
Contact: Mollie Henry firstname.lastname@example.org
5th-8th Grade girls of all skill levels are welcome to come and try out. An interest meeting will be held in the late fall, with try-outs in October. The inaugural softball team played their first season in Spring 2018 in the HVAC league.
Meets: Spring 2019, practices after school 2-3 days/week, approximately 10 games after school March-May.
Contact: Kris Lott email@example.com
Swim Team (Boys and Girls)
A swim assessment and parent meeting will be held on Monday, August 27th at 4:45 p.m. at the Maryland Farms YMCA. Swimmers should wear a practice suit and bring goggles and a swim cap.
Meets: September – January, Mon, Wed, Fri 4:45 – 5:45 p.m.; Saturdays 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Contact: Catherine Teasley firstname.lastname@example.org
Boy Scouts need be have completed their Arrow of Light (in Cub Scouts) OR be 11 years old before joining. While Scouting is in the process of adopting significant changes, including welcoming girls, the Troops listed below are currently “boy” Troops. For more information about other local troops, email the James West District of Middle TN scouting HERE. Transportation is NOT provided.
- Boy Scout Troop 217
Meets: Monday Nights 7:00p.m. at First Presbyterian Church
Contact: David Henry email@example.com
- Boy Scout Troop 121
Meets: Monday Nights 7:15 – 8:45 p.m. at Woodmont Baptist Church
Contact: Fred Lawrence firstname.lastname@example.org
- Boy Scout Troop 93
Meets: Monday Nights 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. at Forest Hills UMC
Contact: Keith Smith email@example.com
- Boy Scout Troop 217
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
FCA is a group of students who get together for a weekly Bible study, prayer and games. Participants don’t have to be athletes to participate! All are welcome to attend.
Meets: Friday Mornings at 8:00 a.m. in Band Classroom
Contact: Shane Kimbro firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be traveling to Peru with World Strides, an educational travel company for students. This trip provides an opportunity for students to be immersed in the culture and history of Peru, as
well as learn about Peru’s diverse ecosystems. Those who wish to be immersed in the Spanish language will be able to participate in the trip all in Spanish. This will be a fantastic opportunity to engage with native Spanish speakers!
Meets: The trip will be June 4-13. We will have preparation meetings beforehand. Those dates are TBD.
Contact: Alex Lute email@example.com
Destination Imagination (DI)
Destination Imagination is a problem-solving competition on a global scale. Tennessee is the home state for this competition that hosts participants from all over the world (China, Mexica, Cayman Islands were some of the teams we met when we went.) There are regional (March) and state (April) competitions in advance of global finals (May). Teams meet each week to plan and practice up until each round of competition. It is recommended that each team practice 2 or more hours per week for each round of competition they advance to.
Meets: Informational meeting September 10, 2018 at 6:30pm in the library. Team coaches will decide practice times, ideally with input from parents. Practice times will vary per team.
Contact: Rachel Layburn firstname.lastname@example.org
The idea is to help a group of motivated students build a newspaper whose main readers will be JT Moore students themselves. We will try to come up with interesting ideas that can be translated into effective articles, original literary texts, exciting pictures, funny poems, challenging crosswords, etc. We will work on all the different milestones, from defining the rubrics of the newspaper to having a newspaper that is up and running and can hopefully be distributed at school on a bimonthly basis.
Contact: Jessica Klein email@example.com
Sign Language Club
All levels of signing proficiency accepted! Come learn how to communicate using American Sign Language with others in our community!
Contact: Teri Nine firstname.lastname@example.org
Students will participate in the FIRST LEGO League.
Contact: Jenni Joy email@example.com
Performing and Visual Arts Clubs:
Art with Ms. Guion
We will meet immediately after school in the art room until 5:30 and will work with a variety of mediums including clay and recycled art materials.
Meets: 4:00-5:30 p.m. in the Art Room
Contact: Melanie Guion Melanie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Drama club is in its 4th year at JTM. In the Fall, students can be part of a dramatic production, participating on stage, back stage, on the technical side of things, or on the management side of productions. In the Spring, Drama puts on a musical, typically involving 80+ students coming together to produce one, fantastic show. JTMoore Drama will have 2 productions for the 2018/19 school year, a fall production in November and a spring musical in April.
Meets: Fall Production 5/6th will meet 1 day a week; 7/8 will meet 2 days a week. Spring is TBD
Contact: Rachael Phillips email@example.com
Express Yourself Songwriting Club
Songwriting Club is part of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame’s Express Yourself program, which teaches songwriting to middle-school students and provides them with a positive outlet for dealing with negative emotions.
Meets: Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Contact: Carol Ann Etheridge Ford and Mark Ford firstname.lastname@example.org