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Extracurriculars

At Mills Lawn, our students excel in the arts, sports, and social activities in general. Our school often sponsors clubs and extracurricular activities depending on student interest. Some of our extra curricular options have included All School Play rehearsals, 5th/6th Grade Chorus, Media Club, Lego League, Band & Orchestra, Chess Club, Urban Art, as well as many other special projects.

Our school partners with the Community Children's Center to provide after school care as well as enrichment classes through the Community Enrichment program. We also partner with other community organizations to provide space for groups to meet. Mills Lawn School prides itself on supporting students and helping them pursue their varied interests

Media club

WMLS

WMLS

Our live daily TV news program

The WLMS News is a daily live video broadcast of information, sharing and special events pertaining to Mills Lawn and the world beyond. The program is shown to the entire student body first thing each morning. Local residents can now watch the WMLS Morning News, school days, at 8:20 A.M. on Channel 5. The crew includes two news anchors, a weather reporter, camera operator, music technician, and student news coordinators. The news coordinators oversee the day-to-day WMLS news operations.

all-school events

School Play

Mills Lawn believes in engaging its students in activities, which involve every student in the school. These activities help to create a spirit of cooperation and common purpose, and give students the opportunity to work together, regardless of age or grade.

All-school activities, such as our Lost in the 50's,  Schoolhouse Rock Live!, Aladdin, and On Broadway  musical productions,  and our 50th Anniversary Celebration, and Looking In, Looking Out, are some of our biggest efforts. Guest speakers, musicians, school-wide author studies, and other assemblies are some other examples.

Student Council

The Student Council plays a very important role in every school. They help share students’ ideas, interests, and concerns with the teachers and principal. They help the students raise funds for school wide projects. They assist the community when they are in need of aid. Being on Student Council is something that will help our students become responsible and active members of the community.

Representatives:

  • Attend recess meetings twice a month.
  • Meet with classmates to discuss ideas and concerns.
  • Work at special events.
  • Serve as a positive role model to other students.