• Clubs and Activities

  • Environmental Club

    Students work with staff and parent volunteers to maintain our campus beauty.  This includes working in the Grayson Garden area, where we grow vegetables and flowering plants.  The club also seeks to beautify other areas of campus, including areas along fences, the playground, and the front lawn and Grayson Green areas. 

    Advisors: Chan Martin and Jimmy Lovett

  • Flying Rams Drone Team

    This 3-member team plans and pilots drone flights for our school's website and conducts flyovers during special events and campus activities. Our drone is a DJI Phantom 3 Quadcopter. The Flying Rams Drone Team has created aerial videos for our K-5 student and faculty "G" formation during the 2019 Strong4Life celebration, the 2019 Spring fundraiser's Day of Awesomeness, and campus beautification  at the front lawn near the historic bell. 

    Captain: Luke Neighbors

    Co-Pilots: Scott Crego and Jimmy Lovett 

    2019-2020 Trainee: Hayden Spain

  • 4th and 5th Grade Chorus

    GES Chorus is an excellent extra-curricular opportunity for 4th & 5th graders! It is a great way for students to connect with peers. Chorus is a team which measures success in smiles and singing, not in statistics or on a scoreboard. The Choruses perform a December and Spring concert.

    The Chorus auditions take place each October. Rehearsals take place at 7:45 AM twice a week, beginning in late October. Dues are $25 for the year, payable after audition results are announced. 

    Chorus Director: Le Gibson 

  • GETV

    Fifth Grade students present announcements, weather, and timely information on Grayson Elementary TV (GETV), our daily morning news show.  The program is broadcast live each weekday from the studio at the Media Center. 

    Advisors: Heather Abner, Dean Looney, Jenny Luongo, and Lora Thompson.

  • Good News Club

    This club is open to all students. Meetings take place on Tuesday afternoons, after school has dismissed. Club meetings end at 5:00 PM.  Meetings during Winter 2020 will take place from Feb. 4 through March 17. 

    Gwinnett Good News Club Registration

    School Advisor: Kim Flynn


  • Ram Buddies

    Ram Buddies are selected 5th Grade students chosen by their 4th Grade teachers and Counselor RoseMary Ruffner each year. These students are the peer leaders of our school and their 5th Grade classes. These students are chosen because of their leadership skills, their positive attitude towards school, their academic and conduct grades, and the positive examples they set for their fellow students. Ram Buddies are responsible and dependable!

    Ram Buddies are assigned to a specific classroom teacher to help younger students in that classroom. They also assist with orientation, school tours for new parents and students, and various projects throughout the year.

    Advisor: RoseMary Ruffner

  • Recycling Club

    Interested in Joining the Recycling Club?

    We are kicking off our 2nd year of the Recycling Club on Mon., Oct.7th from 3:30–5:00 pm. 

    This year we will: Share ideas on recycling, collect and recycle plastic bottles from around the school, and participate in recycling crafts and planting
    If you are interested in joining our Recycling Club, please complete and return the attached waiver, and an email of introduction will be sent your way.

    Please note that only children who have a returned waiver will be allowed to stay for our first meeting on Oct. 7.  If you should have any questions or ideas please email Hilary Chen at hilarypchen@yahoo.com. Thank you!   Information Letter   GES Recycling Club Waiver Form 

    The purpose of the recycling club is twofold. First is to make our campus eco-friendly and recycle plastic. Second is to educate and raise awareness about the importance of recycling in our community. Students are responsible for collecting plastic water bottles for recycling, as well as beautifying the campus through activities such as planting flowers.

    Advisors: Hilary Chen and Jimmy Lovett 

  • Robotics Club

    Adult coaches guide FIRST® LEGO® League student teams (up to 10 members). Team members apply science, engineering, and math concepts, plus a big dose of imagination, to develop solutions to real-world challenges. Students also design, build, and program LEGO MINDSTORMS®-based robots to perform autonomous “missions” on a playing field. Along the way, team members develop critical thinking, team-building, and presentation skills.

    Coaches: Robbie Dunn and Jennifer Richards

  • Student Council

    Student Council is an opportunity for 5th graders to participate in the election process and plan opportunities to help our school and/or community.  Officers are elected by their grade level classmates.

    Advisors:  Abbey Eichler and Stephanie Garmon 

  • Student Innovators

    Each February the Grayson Cluster presents a Technology Playdate, where K-12 students from across the cluster share and teach techology tools to teachers and administrators. Our student innovators (teams of two or three students from grades 1-5) learn and practice various programs and tools that support teaching and learning through technology. Teachers select breakout sessions at the Playdate in which the Student Innovators take on the role of educator.

    Trainer Team: Dean Looney, Kristen Davis, Robbie Dunn, Sara Forrester, and Amanda Poole

    Support Team: Scott Crego and Heather Abner 

  • Terrific Thursdays

    Students engage in fun and educational clubs for eight consecutive Thursday afternoons during the Fall and Spring semesters.  Activities vary by semester. Class offerings have included coding, photography, team sports, drama, running, cooking, board games and puzzles, technology exploration, legos, and step dance. Classes are held 3:45-5:00 pm. There is a registration fee.

    Director: Shelley McKay

  • Witzzle Pro

    Witzzle (Witty Puzzle) Pro is comprised of a unique 3-by-3 array of the digits 1 through 9 and a challenge to manipulate three digits and two operations to equal a target number. Students must draw upon their knowledge of basic math facts (+, -, x,÷), understanding of numbers and operations, and application of problem solving strategies.

    Students in 4th and 5th grade may participate. Spots are limited. The club begins two weeks after Winter break. Applications will be sent home in the Friday Folder following the Thanksgiving Break.

    Coordinator: Brigette Britt