• Beat Club

    Drum Set

    Grades: 3rd, 4th, and 5th

    Meeting Dates: Friday afternoons from 4:00-5:00 PM

    Meeting Location: Music Room

    Sponsor: Mr. Smith

    Description: Beat Club is an opportunity for those students who are musically inclined to gain experience in learning how to play instruments in a group and have fun learning how to play songs together.  The goal is for the students to gain an appreciation for the skills involved in being a musician, work toward gaining those skills themselves, and, most importantly, gain the skills of listening to the other players and building on each others' sounds.

    Email Mr. Smith

  • Boys Club of Minor

    Grades: 4th and 5th grade boys

    Meeting Days: Tuesday afternoons from 3:45-5:00 PM

    Meeting Location: Mr. Roberts' classroom

    Sponsors: Mr. Roberts, Mr. Alvarez, and Mr. Ralls

    Description: The goals and objectives of this program is to promote growth in the following areas: leadership skills, resisting peer pressure, promoting appropriate manners, goal setting, involvement in community service projects, tips for professional dress, team building activities, dance step skills, and showing respect.  

    Email Mr. Roberts

  • Chorus

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    Grades: 4th and 5th

    Meeting Days: Friday mornings at 7:30 AM

    Meeting Location: Music Room

    Sponsor: Ms. Pritchard

    Description: Chorus Club is an enrichment program for Fourth and Fifth grade students who enjoy singing and performing with a vocal ensemble.   Students in Chorus Club perform several concerts throughout the school year. 

    Honor Chorus is only open to Fifth Grade Chorus students.  An audition is required to participate in the Gwinnett County Honor Chorus.  Four students will be selected to represent our school in this event. This year’s Honor Chorus concert will be held on March 23rd, 2019, at Hebron Church in Dacula.

    Email Mrs. Pritchard

  • Digital Art Club

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    Grades: 4th and 5th

    Meeting Days: Mondays at 7:45 AM during the Spring Semester

    Meeting Location: Art Room

    Sponsors: Mrs. Bae

    Description: Students will learn various digital tools to create art.  Our projects will include stop-motion animation, graphic design, and video editing.

    Email Mrs. Bae

  • Girls on the Run

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    Grades: 4th and 5th grade girls

    Meeting Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:45-5:15, from February through April

    Meeting Location: Ms. Fermin's classroom

    Sponsors: Ms. Serrato, Ms. Fermin, and Mrs. Gumbs

    Description: Girls on the Run combines training for a 5k (3.1 miles) event with healthy living education. We use exercise, positive reinforcement, and encouraging role models to help girls discover the confidence they need in those critical pre-teen years and beyond. Through interactive activities such as running, playing games, and discussing important issues, participants learn how to celebrate being their unique and real selves.  

    Email Ms. Serrato or Ms. Fermin

  • Readers Rally

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    Grades: 4th and 5th

    Meeting Days: Every other Thursday morning at 7:45 AM (9/6, 9/20, 10/11, 10/25, 11/8, 11/29) until the final team is chosen in December; then the team will meet weekly on Wednesday afternoons at 2:45 PM and Thursday mornings at 7:45 AM.

    Meeting Location: Media Center

    Sponsors: Mrs. Treadwell and Mrs. Carroll

    Description: Readers Rally is a reading club that culminates in a county-wide reading quiz bowl style competition on February 23, 2019, at Peachtree Ridge High School.  Fourth and fifth grade students apply to be a part of the club with a written response to a book that is read together and are chosen based off of their application and teacher recommendation.  Students meet with staff advisors every two weeks to discuss books they are reading and practice answering questions about the books.  In December, the final team of ten students is selected from club members based on attendance and participation.  The purpose of the team is to encourage life-long readers who enjoy reading a variety of genres and discussing literature with their peers.  

    Email Mrs. Treadwell or Mrs. Carroll

  • Robotics Club

    Lego Mindstorms Robotics Kit

    Grades: 4th and 5th 

    Meeting Dates: Tuesdays at 7:30 am

    Meeting Location: Math Room

    Sponsors: Ms. Pitcock, Ms. Halstead, Ms. Carroll, Ms. Martin, Ms. Dilisio, and Ms. Zimic

    Description: Students will practice building and programming robots. They will conduct research and create a presentation. Students will practice collaboration skills.  The Robotics Team will compete in the First Lego League competition in May. 

    Email Ms. Pitcock

  • Safety Patrol

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    Grades: 4th and 5th

    Meeting Dates: Wednesdays at 2:45 PM 

    Meeting Location: Guidance/Literacy Classroom

    Sponsor: Mrs. Hoyett

    Description: Students in Safety Patrol help monitor hallway and bathroom behavior during morning arrival and afternoon dismissal. Some Safety Patrol students help with grab and go breakfast, daycare bus riders, car riders, and other posts. Safety Patrollers are also responsible for flag duty. One purpose of Safety Patrol is to give students a leadership opportunity in the school. Another purpose is to help improve student behavior and school climate during arrival and dismissal times. Two responsible students from each 4th and 5th grade class will be nominated by their teacher to be on the Safety Patrol.

    Email Mrs. Hoyett

  • Student Council

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    Grades: 5th

    Meeting Dates: Every other Thursday morning from 7:45-8:45 AM

    Meeting Location: Guidance/Literacy Classroom

    Sponsor: Mrs. Gumbs

    Description: Student Council is a leadership organization with a focus on school improvement at Rebecca Minor Elementary.  Members are chosen by their classmates to represent their class. Student Council is made up of two representatives from each 5th grade classroom.  It is an honor for a student to be selected as a member of Student Council.  Members are expected to be examples for their classmates through their academic performance, conduct, and attendance.  Members are required to attend and participate in regular meetings by sharing input gathered from peers, and provide feedback with the Principal on how we can improve our school. In addition, representatives should share information from the meetings with their class.

    Events: Pennies for Patients Fundraiser, Delmar Gardens Volunteering Project, Peer Leadership Conferences

    Email Mrs. Gumbs

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