Department of Defense Education Activity

Maxwell Middle School believes that good sportsmanship is a major part of athletic competition. It is our goal to create a healthy, safe, and exciting atmosphere where good sportsmanship is encouraged.

Middle School athletics is an important part of the overall educational program. It affords students the opportunity to challenge themselves both physically and mentally. We believe athletic participation plays an integral role in our mission of encouraging students to strive to reach their highest potential. Keeping with the traditions of the United States Air Force, our student athletes develop skills that they will use throughout their lifetime. Integrity, Excellence, Honor, Courage, Commitment and teamwork will be important elements in successful seasons and also serve them well in whatever career path they choose.

Parents, Thank you! Your contributions will not go unnoticed. We invite you to stay involved and invite others to join you in supporting our student-athletes.

Most importantly, come out and enjoy a game! You will be seeing athletics at its finest… Eagle Style!

MEMS Athletic Handbook & Contract

Students and parents will sign a contract which outlines the expectations of the Maxwell Interscholastic Sports. Download the Athletic contract, sign and return to Coach R.

Be An Eagle Fan!

Eagles Always . . .

  • Encourage each other
  • Act responsibly
  • Give their best effort
  • Listen to each other
  • Expect a positive attitude
  • Strive for success


Fall Athletics

Winter Athletics

Spring Athletics

Art Club

Art Club at Maxwell EMS is designed for students who wish to spend additional time on art by pursuing independent studies, or try out new art projects. For SY1819, the club meets Mondays after school until 4:00 p.m. First meeting will be October 15, 2018. Space is limited to 14 applicants in grades 5-8. Sponsor: Ms. Probst

Book Club

Homework Club is open to any student in grades 3-8. In the club, students will read a book, voted on by club members each month, and discuss it together. For SY1819, the club meets every Wednesday, 3:00-4:00pm, in the library. Students must be picked up or have a way home at 4:00pm! Sponsor: Ms. Barrett

Meeting Time: 1500 - 1600

Meeting Days: Wednesday

Open To: Grades 3 - 8

First Lego League Jr. (FLL Jr.)

First Lego League Jr. (FLL Jr.) is a hands-on STEM program for grades 2-3 that challenges students to use the engineering design process while building a robotic model for the statewide Expo event each spring. For SY1819, meeting times and dates TBD. Sponsor: Ms. Mendoza

Open To: Grades 2 - 3

Homework Club

Homework Club is open to any student in grades 3-8. In the club, students will receive help on any homework or project in all subject areas. For SY1819, the club meets every Monday and Thursday, 3:00-4:00pm, in the library. (The club does not meet on non-school days.) Students must be picked up or have a way home at 4:00pm! Sponsor: Ms. Barrett

Open To: Grades 3 - 8

National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)

National Junior Honor Society serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship.  MEMS NJHS chapter meets every Thursday during Middle School lunch.  Questions about the student selection process can be answered by the chapter advisor. Sponsor: Ms. Miller

Robotics Team

When preparing for competitions, our Robotics Team meets after school each day except Tuesday and Friday.  Interested students may contact the sponsor. to complete an application to join the team. Sponsor: Ms. Short.

Technology Club

Technology Club is for students in grades 4-5 to learn more about computer coding. For SY1819, the club meets on Wednesdays, 3:00pm to 4:15pm, during the months of February, March, and April.. Sponsor: Dr. Herrick.