Mason ES Chorus (4th and 5th)

  • The Mason ES Chorus/Orff Ensemble will be offered to 4th and 5th grade students.

    This group's performances will include singing, playing instruments, and creative movement. In addition to our own performances, we are organizing a combined concert with other schools from the Peachtree Ridge cluster. Four students from the Mason ES Chorus will be selected to participate in Gwinnett County's Elementary Honor Chorus in the Spring.

    Come be a part of the great things happening in the Mason music program!

    Day: Monday mornings for 5th Grade & Wednesday mornings for 4th Grade

    Drop Off Time: 7:15am - 7:30am.

    Start Date:  To Be Determined.

    Sponsor: Zachary Speer

     

Girls On the Run

  • Meeting in small teams , trained volunteer coaches inspire girls to build confidence and other important life skills through dynamic, interactive lessons and physical activity.

    Days:  Wed and Thurs

    Time: 3:30 - 4:15 in Ms. Drumm's room.

    Grade Level: 3rd - 5th

    Sponsor:  Ms. Drumm

Art Club (5th Grade)

  • Fifth grade students who are interested in improving drawing and artistic skills may apply. Students will participate in school and individual projects. Students will receive a sketchbook and a t-shirt.

    Day: Wednesday Mornings      Drop Off Time: 7:00am - 7:15am in the Car Rider Lane.   If you arrive after 7:15am, the Car Rider lane will already have people parked and waiting to drop off students for school.

    Start Date:  To Be Determined

    Sponsor: Ms. DeRosett

Student Council (4th and 5th)

  • Fourth and fifth grade students will have the opportunity to run for a student council office. Students are voted in by their 4th and 5th grade peers. Fourth grade students can run for the office of vice president. Fifth grade students can run for the office of president, secretary, and treasurer. In addition, each 4th and 5th grade class will have two class representatives. Each month, student council officers and representatives will meet to discuss the community service projects to implement. Meetings are typically immediately after morning announcements.
     
    September 15th 
    October 20th
    November 17th 
    December 15th
    January 19th
    February 16th 
    March 16th 
    April 10th 
    May 11th
     
    Times:  3:15 to 4:15

    Sponsor: Mrs Noel

Good News Club

  • Who: Grades K-2    

    When: Thursdays

    Time: 7:30-8:10 am

    Where: Mrs. Solano’s Room 1.151

    Start Date: Thursday, September 1st

     

    This club is geared in promoting recreational reading and is currently limited to 15 students. So, if you are a reader like me and you just can’t put your book down, come join us on Thursday mornings for a great way to start your day! We will read and discuss books together and have fun reading together!

Roaring Readers Book Club (4th & 5th)

  • Are you wild about reading? Then Roaring Readers Book Club is for you! Roaring Readers promotes reading with students who read and comprehend on grade level and enjoy discussing books.  

    Twenty students will be selected to participate in our book club. If you meet the below listed criteria, get an application from Ms. Scott in the library. 

              Roaring Readers must: 

    • Read and comprehend on or above grade level 
    • Enjoy participating in book discussions 
    • Read at least 2 chapter books per month and write questions or a summary about each 
    • Be available to meet each Wednesday of each month (September thru February) 
    • Have reliable transportation for prompt 4 pm dismissal 

    For 4th and 5th Grade

    Every Wednesday after school  - First Meeting August 21, 2022

    Sponsor: Ms. Scott & Ms. Harris

Robotics Club

  • The mission of the Robotics Competition Team is to better the world through the use of STEM, problem solving, and advancements in robotics. Students will engage in research, problem-solving, coding and engineering – building and programming a LEGO robot that navigates the missions of a robot game. This year, the team will also participate in a research project to identify and solve a relevant real-world problem related to the topic of energy! 
     
    Meeting Day: Thursday
     
    Meeting Time: 3:15-4:30 PM
     
    Grade level: 4th &5th 
     
    All teacher names involved: Ms. Jennifer Han

Terra Club

  • TERRA (Wikipedia) - An alternate name for planet Earth, as well as the Latin name for the planet.

    This 5th grade club focuses on Earth issues, on a local level, such as watershed conservation, the decline of the number of Monarch butterflies, and gardening for food. Students will have an opportunity to compete in a national “River of Words” competition where they can submit their (nature themed) original artworks, poetry, photography.

    Students will be outdoors whenever possible. We work on maintaining/improving our outdoor classrooms and there is a news crew to report on environmental issues to the rest of the Mason students and staff.

    Who: Grade 5

    When: Thursdays

    Time: 3:15 – 4:30 pm

    Where: Ms. Jorgensen’s Room 2.116

    Start Date: Thursday, September 1, 2022

Spelling Club