Clubs at Sugar Hill
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Art Club Grades 4-5
Student artists will come together to improve their skills, compare artwork, and participate in different group events. These members will explore various art techniques in a small group setting and use an assortment of mediums that they may or may not experience in regular art classes. The art club will meet Tuesday afternoons from 3:15– 4:00 p.m.
Sponsor: Cindy Hong
Chess Club Grades K-5
The purpose of the Chess Club is to provide a forum in which all skill level Chess players from Kindergarten to 5th grade can exercise their talents and develop into Chess players. The Chess Club will meet in the cafeteria Wednesday afternoons from 3 -4 p.m. There is a fee for this club.
Sponsor: Mike Sullivan
Club de Espanol Grades 3-5
Students will learn basic Spanish vocabulary and expressions, as well as the festivities and traditional crafts that are common to some of the Hispanic countries. Studies show that children who learn a second language frequently present higher emotional intelligence, greater problem-solving skills and better academic achievement.
Sponsors: Rachel Souza, Julia Ramirez, and Erika Torres
Dancing Longhorns Grades 4-5
This club is open to 4th and 5th graders that are interested in creating and learning dances. Members will be selected based on three criteria: attendance, their conduct and ability to perform alone in front of others. The club will meet Wednesdays from 7:00- 7:45 am (in the gym).
Sponsor: Rene Barnes
Drama Club Grades K-5
Drama Kids International is a club designed to develop each student’s speaking skills, presentation abilities, confidence, and acting skills. As part of the drama club there will be a mid -year parent presentation and a Spring Performance. Drama Club will meet in the cafeteria on Monday afternoons. There is a fee for this club.
Sponsor: Dede Darby
Good News Club Grades 2-5
Good News Club is a free after school Christian Club complete with snacks, games, Bible Stories, music, and fun! We will meet on Tuesday afternoons from 3:00 -4:30 in the media center. Register your child online at Good News Club Website.
Sponsor: Drew Warner
i9 Sports Grades K-5
i9 Sports offers youth sports for boys and girls . This club helps kids succeed in life through sports teaching the importance of good sportsmanship on the field and in life. i9 - Sports will meet on Thursdays from 3 - 4 p.m. There is a fee for this club. Register on the Official i9 Website.
Sponsor: Craig Magram
Longhorns Going Green Grades 3-5
National Jr. Beta Club Grade 5
The Jr. Beta Club is a national, non -profit student organization that promotes the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership among elementary and middle school students. Their motto is “Let us lead by serving others.” National Jr. Beta Club will meet on the first Thursday of each month at 7 a.m. from September through April.
Sponsor: Chris Wood
Peer Leader Grade 5
These students undertake a formal and organized educational leadership training. They serve their school community through one on one peer support in K - 3 classrooms weekly as well as other leadership roles, such as student think tanks, event greeters and tour guides. They also plan and participate in serving projects within the community.
Peer leaders are students who are teacher recommended.
Sponsor: John Ryan
Readers Rally Grades 4-5
Readers Rally is a reading club for students who are selected through teacher recommendation and AR points. Students read 15 books from a pre-determined list and answer questions about those books at a quiz bowl style competition held in March. Readers Rally will meet on Mondays from 3:15- 4:15 p.m.
Sponsor: Daria Madden
Safety Patrol Grade 5
School Safety Patrol is a club where students serve as role models for their peers while helping fellow students remain safe daily during student arrival and dismissal.
Safety Patrols are students that have been recommended by teachers.
Sponsor: John Ryan
Science Olympiad Grades 4-5
Stem Squad Grades 4-5
Students will have various opportunities to explore robotics. The students will apply science, engineering, and math concepts, plus a big dose of imagination, to develop solutions to real-world challenges. They also design, build, and program LEGO MINDSTORMS based robots to perform missions on a playing field. This club will begin in August. The robotics club will meet on Wednesday afternoons from 3:15– 4:00 p.m.
Sugar Hill Singers (Chorus) Grade 5
Chorus is an extension of the music curriculum with an emphasis on performance skills. Students will participate in several performances in the first semester of the school year. This club will meet on Tuesday mornings from 7-7:55 before school until December.
Sponsor: Tiffany English