The primary function of the athletic program is to promote and rally school spirit and support for Memorial Middle School and our Charger community. All members are to be positive examples at all times for Memorial Middle School.
Rank One online forms and completed physical forms are required and must be completed before the first practice or first conditional session. (For cheer and volleyball, forms and physical are not required until student has been selected for the team.) There are four forms for all sports except football which has five forms. You can use your own pediatrician or physician, or Dr. Cole whose information is listed below.
Dr. Cole Chiropractic - $15
5424 S. Memorial Drive
Tulsa, OK 74145
Office Hours: Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 3-6 p.m.
Eligibility for participation will be determined weekly using OSSAA guidelines. The student-athlete will receive written notification from the athletic director on Monday morning of any F grades. Student eligibility is on a weekly basis and runs from Sunday to Sunday. If a student-athlete manages to earn a sufficient grade during the middle of the week, the student-athlete cannot be removed from the ineligible list until the next required grade check is conducted.
For the first week that a student appears on the ineligible list with an F, he/she will be notified by the athletic director and placed on probation. If the student receives an F for a second week in a row (in any class); the student will be notified by the athletic director. It is the student’s responsibility to share the information with the parent. The student may not wear his/her uniform to school. The student may resume activity as soon as his/her name no longer appears on the ineligible list.
Below is a list of sports offered for the school year. Click here for schedules.
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Admission prices for games: $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for kids.
We have a wide range of extracurricular activities to choose from to help students make our mission of college and career readiness a reality. By participating in clubs, students learn important communication skills, leadership, and time management. There is something for everyone at Memorial Middle School!
- Academic Team
- Book Club
- Chess Club
- Girl Power
- National Junior Honor Society
- Student Council
In Chess Club, we learn the rules and strategies of the ancient game of chess which has existed since around the 6th century A.D. We practice both in person and online, and then we attend the district Chess tournament where we compete against other junior high schools in the district.
Sponsor: Jeff Maness
To be a member of National Junior Honor Society, a seventh grade student must meet the following requirements:
- have completed two full semesters of junior high and have been in attendance at Memorial Junior High for one semester
- have minimum proficiency on state tests
- may not have a behavior referral nor served time in TRAICE nor been suspended during their enrollment at Memorial Junior High
- have demonstrated positive leadership and character in the school and community
Sponsor: Connie Hamilton
Stu-Co students are the leaders of the Memorial Middle School. We do things to improve the school for everyone, and we plan all-school events and incentives. We try to make school an enjoyable place to be!
Motto: To Serve and Build a Better School Community
Student Council is a leadership organization that plans service events where we help out those who need it, and fun events that build school spirit, like pep rallies and roll out nights! StuCo trains students of today to be the leaders their community needs. We hold meetings, vote on issues, and are the voice of the students to the administrators of our school. We take stand-out members to leadership conventions around the state.
Student Council officers are elected and representatives are nominated from the ECAM class.
Sponsor: Gabbie Garbow
Students of the month
Each month at Memorial Middle School, we recognize students of the month for students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grade. Students who show examples of citizenship, good behavior, hard work, and attention to their studies will be considered.