Clubs & Organizations

Knowledge Bowl Team

Knowledge Bowl

Advisor: Renee Ajeman

Knowledge Bowl is a collaborative academic sport where you have the chance to test your wit, trivia, and teamwork skills as you battle against other teams’ skills. We travel and compete with Safford, Pima, Duncan, and Morenci.  It is fun getting to know other members and a great chance to experience self-confidence. The knowledge bowl “season” lasts from September to April. 

Student Council

Student Counsil

TMS Student Council 23/24

8th grade: 

President: Rockwell Mangum
Vice President:  Brightyn Stevens
Secretary: Zoey Johnston-Smallwood

7th grade: 

President: Paizli Jones
Vice President: Michelle Ball
Secretary: Delila Sanchez
Thatcher Middle Student Council works hard to provide activities and opportunities to our middle school students. 
The student council meets every other Friday or as needed to discuss matters of our school. The student council works 
really hard to plan and execute activities that their classmates and other clubs request. 

The purpose of student council is:

To develop positive attitudes and to practice good citizenship.
To promote harmonious relations throughout the entire school.
To improve student/faculty relationships.
To improve school morale and general welfare.
To provide a forum for student expression.
To plan special events or projects.

National Junior Honor Society


Advisor: Renee Ajeman

National Junior Honor Society is a service-based, student-led organization. Membership is invitation-only and provides an excellent opportunity to become college and career ready. The National Junior Honor Society is the nation's oldest and largest student organization established to recognize outstanding middle school students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Citizenship and Character; which are shared values of our school, communities, and families. 

Cross Country

Cross Country

The Cross Country Club is a new club started in the 21/22 school Year. If you are interested in participating, contact coach Maya Martinez ( 


Robotics Club


Advisor: Chris Carrell

Thatcher Middle School's robotics team is a competition based team that designs, engineers, builds, and programs robots to solve a variety of missions. Each year the theme is different, and the team is tasked with tackling a real world problem that they are to solve to improve their community. They then present this solution to community leaders, and will give a presentation before a panel of judges at competition. This year's competition, "SuperPowered" is about using alternative energy sources to accomplish tasks.