Safety Patrols are a select group of fifth grade students who exhibit leadership skills and are selected by their teachers. They help monitor car riders in the afternoon.
Sponsors: Ms. Buchanan, Ms. Hill, and Ms. Mock
Mason Peer Leaders are students who were student council representatives last year when they were in fourth grade.
Peer Leaders tutor younger students twice a week for about 30 minutes.
They will also shadow sixth grader middle school students for a day in the spring!
Sponsors: Mrs. Zorn
First Lego League
First Lego League is a robotics competition team for 4th and 5th graders that uses a PBL structure to approach solving a real-world problem. As part of the competition, students will also build a working LEGO robot and program the robot to complete little table top challenges. FLL is build around the core values of team work and students are expected to work together to create a strong team.
Sponsor: Katrina Norman and Caroline Almand
When: Wednesdays from 3:00 to 4:30pm
Lion's Pride Math Club
Are you in 4th or 5th grade? Did you enjoy playing Witzzle Pro in class?
Do you want to improve and compete against other schools?
We will work on new strategies for winning Witzzle Pro and compete against other schools.
Meetings will be in the Math Specials Room on Thursday mornings from 7:30am-8:05 a.m
Sponsor: Mrs. Vergona
Mason Minstrels is open to all 4th and 5th grade students. The Minstrels rehearse before school to prepare for a winter and a spring program. Students experience ensemble singing. They also learn and perform a wide variety of musical styles to gain a better understanding of the elements of choral music.
Fifth Grade meets Tuesdays in the Music Room 7:25 - 8:05 a.m.
Fourth Grade meets Wednesdays in the Music Room 7:25 - 8:05 a.m.
Sponsor: Mrs. Johnson
Art Club (5th Grade)
Students will work on enhancing drawing skills through the use of a sketchbook. Individual and group Art Projects will offer a variety of materials for student use. Students may focus on improving an area of their choice or working in a new direction.
The club will meet on Wednesday mornings from 7:30am to 8:10am
Sponsor: Ms. DeRosett
Roaring Readers Book Club (4th & 5th)
The Roaring Readers Book Club promotes reading with students who read and comprehend on grade level and enjoy discussing books. We will meet the first and third Wednesdays of each month from 3:15-4:00 starting on Wednesday, September 5th. Students will read from the book list posted on the media center website and includes fiction, non-fiction, and biographies and ranges from fourth to sixth grade reading levels. For interested students, the final goal of this club is participating in the Gwinnett County Readers Rally, a competition between elementary schools in a "Quiz Bowl" format using the selected books. This team of 10 students will be selected in December. Those students will meet weekly in January and February to prepare for the February 23,2019 competition. If you have questions, please contact Ms. Shannon Scott at 770.232.3378 during school hours.
Sponsor: Ms. Scott
Mason's Student Council is composed of two representatives from each fourth and fifth grade classroom. The group meets every other month to plan and carry out service projects.
Meeting times and dates to be determined
Sponsor: Mrs. Moe
The EEC will utilize Mason's new extensive outdoor classroom as well as the cutting edge hydro/aquaponic labs to engage in real-world STEM learning that strengthens critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and community involvement. Students will have an opportunity to engage in a student-fun business, Mason's Terra Herbs. A system installed in Mason's aqauponics lab will enable students to code, collect, and analyze data from growing systems to improve crop production. Students will also have the opportunity to program and fly drones to support the club's environmental efforts.
EEC will meet on Thursday afternoons from 3:15pm to 4:30pm
Sponsor: Ms. Buchanan
Mason Green Team is the recycling team of Mason Elementary. In this club 4th and 5th grade students will learn about the importance of taking care of our earth and ways that we all can participate in protecting our environment. Students will assist in recycling items at Mason Elementary and be a part of educating others in our school about the importance of recycling.
Sponsors: Mr. Kirkland
Company Ran Clubs
These clubs are provided and sponsored by people from outside of Mason Elementary. They are all held on Thursdays.
Ankle Biters Tennis for Grades K – 5
Contact: Shaun Boyce 678-221-4191
Chess Club for Grades 1 – 5
3:00-4:00pm in cafeteria
Contact: Carlos Perdomo 770-845-0890
Good News Club for Grades 2 – 5
2:45-4:15pm in Room 2.226
Contact: Renee Koster at email@example.com
Guitar Club for Grades 3 – 5
from 2:55-3:45pm in Room 1.203
Contact: Michael Silvey 678-871-7625
Young Rembrandts for Grades K-5
3:00-4:00 in Room 1.242