• Student Clubs

     

  • Art Club

    Art Club is the club where 4th and 5th grade students will enjoy developing their skills as an Artist through a wide variety of art making experiences.  Students will have the opportunity to explore many different art mediums; such as, pastels, charcoal, paint, clay, and many more. Art Club encourages students to explore and develop the artist within themselves.

    The club will meet in the morning before school from 7:30 till 8:30.

    Sponsor:  Dr. Lynn Fagan

  • Advanced Art Club

    For the first time we will be offering an art club for fourth and fifth grade students that have already developed a strong foundation in their artistic skills. The advanced art club is designed to help the students continue to grow in their art skills while exploring their own creative ideas. During the advance art club, students will be able to choose their own subject matter, artistic style, and art medium to use in creating their original works of art. As the teacher, I will be there to teach them the skills and techniques needed to successfully apply the mediums and to help them make artistic choices that will bring their creative ideas to life.  Students wanting to join the Advanced Art Club will need to submit an application containing a sample work of art.

    This club will meet in the morning before school from 7:30 till 8:30, the day is still to be determined.

    Sponsor:  Dr. Lynn Fagan

  • Readers Rally Team

    The Readers Rally Competition team is made up of students in 4th and 5th grade who will compete in the Gwinnett County Readers Rally in February 2020. The students will read 15 books from various genres.

    They practice every other week on Monday after school.

    Students are chosen to participate based on the recommendations of their 3rd and 4th grade teachers. 


    Sponsor:  Amy Bross

  • Broadcast Journalism Club

    Our goal is to learn how to create videos to be used on our school news program.  This club is open to fourth and fifth grade students.

    Meetings are held on Wednesdays from 3:20-4:30. This club is limited to 12 participants.

    Sponsors:  Amy Bross and Carla Evans

  • Chess Club

    The Chess club meets to enjoy playing the game of chess.

    Chess club meets on Friday mornings at 7:30. 

    Sponsor:  Valerie Hepburn

  • Chorus - Singing Eagles

    Chorus is a performing group for fourth and fifth graders who have a great love for singing, dancing and drama  We perform several times throughout the year for the community. We culminate our year with a spring "Finale" incorporating singing, choreography, special character parts and fun costumes.     

    Planned Activities:
    Field Trip to sing at retirement homes December 5
    Winter Concert December 8 Suwanee Town Center Jingle at the Park Festival
    Gladiator Game December 13 Infinite Energy Center Sing for Santa Celebration
    Spring Concert March 26 at Walnut Grove Elementary School

    Rehearsals are 1-2 times per week.

    Director:  Dr. Myra Lynn McCurry

  • Eagle Pride

    We are excited to offer the Eagle Pride club for all third, fourth and fifth grade students. The club will focus on building leadership skills, developing students’ strengths and talents all through fun, and engaging activities.  All students in the three grade levels are invited to join. We will need a teacher recommendation as a part of your child’s application.

    The club will meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month after school from 3:20 till 4:30p.m.  

    Sponsor:  Dr. Lynn Fagan

  • First Lego League

    First® LEGO® League is the most accessible, guided, global robotics competition, helping students and teachers to build a better future together. The program is built around theme-based Challenges to engage children ages 9 to 16* in research, problem solving, coding, and engineering. The foundation of the program is the First® Core Values, which emphasize teamwork, discovery, and innovation. Students emerge more confident, excited, and equipped with the skills they need in a changing workforce.

    We meet every Tuesday afternoon and Thursday morning to work on team building skills, EV# programming, solving a given problem, and working on how to communicate with others.

    Sponsors:  Laurie Rundqwist, Nancy Crocker, Ashton Simpson, Laura Ventura

  • First Lego League Jr. - 3rd Grade

    Guided by adult coaches and FIRST® Core Values, students build models using LEGO® Education WeDo 2.0 and create Show Me posters to present what they learned. The program focuses on building interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through a real-world challenge to be solved by research, critical thinking, and imagination.

    Sponsor:  Laurie Rundqwist

    Meetings are every Friday morning

  • Girls Who Code Club

    Girls who Code is a free after school club for 3rd-5th grade girls to explore coding in a fun & friendly environment.
    There are 2 groups that meet on a rotating basis every other Monday afternoon.

    Sponsors:  
    Janice Bowling (HS Student), Laurie Rundqwist, Suzanne Guy (WG Sponsor)

  • Running Club

    Our mission is to make exercise fun! Students will learn proper running form, how to make healthy lifestyle choices and how to work as a team.

    Our activities include; running games, relay races, goal setting, learning proper form, and distance training.


    Running Club meets on Wednesday 3:30-4:30 Fall and Spring

    Sponsors: Holly Hammock and Laura Ventura

  • Sports Club

    Sports club is an advanced physical education class. Our purpose is to be physically active and have fun.  We play a variety of sports and competitive games.

    This club meets on Thursday mornings from 7:30 - 8:20.

    Sponsor:  Melissa Rorie

  • Student Council

    Mission: Growing in leadership and serving the community

    Student Council representatives are elected by their peers. Each fourth and fifth grade class has two representatives.

    Some service projects include Cookies for Courage, US Canine donations for dogs awaiting adoption, Make A Wish Foundation, tutoring for lower grade students at Walnut Grove, participation in an Elementary Level County-Wide Leadership Conference.

    Meetings are twice per month and fall on a Monday morning. 

    Sponsors:  Maria Beabout and Suzanne Guy