Student Clubs and Activities

 5 Star Readers Rally

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5 Star Readers Rally

This club is open to 5th graders who enjoy reading. The purpose of the club is to promote reading, engage students in book discussions, and build team collaboration. Students will read several books and participate in discussions and activities related to the books.

Grade Level(s): 5th

Day(s) of the Week: Tuesday and Friday

Time: 7:00 am

Sponsor: Ms. Baccus

 Basketball Club

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Basketball Club

The basketball club at Centerville Elementary School will teach students the fundamental skills of dribbling, passing, and shooting a basketball in a positive learning environment. Additionally, the students will practice individual, small group, and whole group basketball skills.

Grade level(s): Grade 5 (limit of 20 students)

Day(s) of the Week: Wednesdays (beginning October 16, 2019)

Time: 7:15-7:45

Sponsor: Mr. Rieman

 Running Club

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Running Club

Running Club takes place on Thursday afternoons immediately after school.  The club is for 3rd-5th grade students who enjoy running and exercising. Students participating in the running club will take part in distance running throughout the school campus, agility drills, sprinting activities, stretching and running games.  Participants of the running club will learn about proper running and stretching techniques as well as setting a proper running pace.  The activities will be fun yet strenuous. 

Grade Level(s): 3-5

Day(s) of the Week: Thursdays

Time: 3:15-4:00
Sponsors: Ms. Blount & Ms. Harris

 Centerville Generals Chorus

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Centerville Generals Chorus

Chorus is a singing group whose goal is to become better singers, with an emphasis on live performance. We currently have three planned performances: a Christmas concert, a Spring Program, and a performance for our Black History Month program in February. Other performances may be added as invited.

Grade Level(s): 4th and 5th

Day(s) of the Week: Thursdays

Time: 7:15 am - 8:00 am

Sponsor(s): Mr. Douglas

 Perennial Math Competition

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Perennial Math Competition

Perennial Math is a cluster-wide math competition. Students are invited to joint the group (team) based on midyear assessment data.

Grade Level(s): 3rd-5th

Day(s) of the Week: TBD

Time: TBD

Sponsor(s): Mr. Simerson

 Cooking Club

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Cooking Club

Cooking Club offers a fun experience for the younger students. Students will learn some basic recipes and experience the cooking/baking process from start to finish. We will also learn about healthy food choices and unhealthy food choices. Some things we will make include: fruit salad, kale chips, Rice Krispy treats, cookies, pizza, and pasta salad. We will complete one recipe each meeting and learn about measuring, food handling, safety, and hygiene. Students will get to taste thier own food and take home a recipe card with a sample cup to share! 

 

Grade Level(s): 1st & 2nd

Day(s) of the Week: every other Thursday

Time: 3pm - 4pm

Sponsor(s): Stephanie Nabb & Carol Melancon 

 Art Club

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Art Club

Art Club is an opportunity to create more art for those students who truly enjoy making and looking at artwork. It meets on Wednesdays after school for 4th and 5th grade students. In art club students will create artwork focusing more on their personal ideas, different and more advanced art materials, as well as critiquing and looking at a variety of artwork. This club is a way to dive deeper into art to develop art skills and to better understand their personal artistic style or interests. 

 Junior BETA Club

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Junior BETA Club

The National Beta Club recognizes high academic achievement, promotes character and social responsibility, encourages service involvement to school and community, fosters leadership skills, and provides settings for each child to develop interpersonal skills.The Junior Beta Club recognizes academic achievement and citizenship and provides opportunities for service to the school and community. Junior Beta is open to 5th grade students who: earned all A’s and B’s and Conduct grades of S or better all through 4th grade and were recommended by their 5th grade teacher.

Sponsor: Ms. Holden

 Peer Leaders

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Peer Leaders

This leadership opportunity is for 5th grade students that have been nominated by their 4th grade teacher the year before and/or recommended by their 5th grade teacher as students that show leadership abilities, compassion for younger students, sense of responsibility, dependability, and commitment.

Sponsor: Ms. Baker

 Robotics Club

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Robotics Club

 The basis of First LEGO League is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The students research a given topic within a team, and they program and test an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors.

 

 Safety Patrol

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Safety Patrol

​Safety Patrol is a club for 5th grade students. The goal of the Safety Patrol is to improve safety during morning arrival. Patrols are stationed around the school to help remind students of the Centerville rules. Members were selected for their courtesy, dependability, interest in helping others, and respect for others.

Sponsor: Ms. Morris