A variety of clubs will be offered at Corley Elementary School during the 2022-2023 school year. Please read below for more information.

Important information: Please carefully check the club descriptions to see the starting and end date for each club. All students will need to complete an application to attend a club. Each club will have a limited number of spots and students may be placed on wait list if a club fills up. Any fees associated with attending the club will be listed on the application and will need to be paid on MyPayments Plus.

  • Art Club (3rd-5th Grade)

    Art Club

    Grade Levels: 2nd-3rd grade

    Duration: Year long

    Day: Tuesday mornings (7:45-8:15 AM)

    Instructor: Ms. Flores

    Description: Students will explore different 2D and 3D art materials and techniques. Each art club session will culminate in art exhibits taking place around the school.

  • School Chorus (4th-5th)

    School Chorus Club

    Grade Levels: 3rd-5th grade

    Duration: Year long

    Day: Wednesday mornings (7:45-8:15 AM)

    Instructor: Ms. Davies

    Description: Students will sing a variety of music together while improving their singing ability and increasing their understanding of appropriate performing techniques. 

  • Walking Club (2nd-3rd Grade)

    Walking Club

    Grade Levels: 2nd- 3rd grade

    Duration: Year long

    Day: Tuesday mornings (7:45-8:15 AM)

    Instructor: Coach Hodnette

    Description: Students will wake up and get moving for a wonderful day at school. Students will walk outdoors, weather permitting, and should bring a jacket on cooler mornings. 

  • Corley Challenge Robotics Team (4th-5th Grade)

    Corley Challenge Robotics Team

    Grade Levels: 4th-5th Grade

    Duration: Fall (August-December)

    Day: Wednesday afternoons* (3:45-5:45 PM)

    *additional meeting dates may be added.

    Instructors: Mr. Huttinga & Ms. Fisher

    Description: The Corley Challenge Robotics Team is part of the First Lego League, and prepares students to compete in a GCPS FLL regional competition in December. Club meetings will take place on Thursday after school. Students will code robots, research a topic related to this year's Energized theme, and learn more about robot design. Our teams follow the six core values of FLL: Discovery, Innovation, Impact, Inclusion, teamwork, and Fun. 

                                                                                

  • Corley GROWS Garden Club (2nd -5th Grade)

    Corley GROWS Garden Club

    Grade Levels: 2nd-5th grade

    Duration: Fall and Spring

    Day: Wednesday mornings (7:45-8:15 AM)

    Instructor: Ms. Blythers

    Description: Giving Restorative Opportunities Where Students Succeed. This club will focus on helping students give back to their school and community through gardening. Students will complete a series of activities centered around school beautification, focusing on plants and creating a community garden.

  • Safety Patrol (4th & 5th Grade)

    Safety Patrol

    Grade Levels: 4th-5th grade

    Duration: Fall and Spring

    Day: Day and times TBA

    Instructor: Ms. Choxom

    Description: School Safety Patrollers are school-sponsored student volunteers. Patrollers direct children, not traffic. As school-age leaders in traffic safety, Patrollers teach other students about traffic safety on a peer-to-peer basis. They also serve as role models for younger students. 

  • Scrabble/ELA Game Club (3rd-5th Grade)

    Scrabble/ELA Game Club

    Grade Levels: 3rd-5th grade

    Duration: Fall and Spring (starts October)

    Day: Wednesday mornings (7:45-8:15 AM)

    Instructor: Ms. Childers

    Description: Students will meet and play games that have an ELA focus such as Scrabble, Upwards, Boogle, and other word-type games.

  • Corley Community Service (4th-5th Grade)

    Corley Community Service

    Grade Levels: 3rd-5th grade

    Duration: Fall and spring (starts October)

    Day: Tuesday mornings (7:45-8:15 AM)

    Instructor: Ms. Elliott

    Description: Students will look at community needs and choose projects they think would support the Corley community. A series of activities related to serving our community: food collection, card writing and gifts for a nursing home, blanket & towel collection for the humane shelter and other projects to fulfill local needs.

  • Peer Mediation (4th-5th Grade)

    Peer Mediation

    Grade Levels: 4th-5th grade

    Duration: Year long

    Day: Day and times TBA

    Instructors: Ms. Harden & Ms. Rosenberg

    Description: Students will learn how to talk through problematic situations and develop their problem-solving skills. They will be shown how to be positive role models and leaders. This will be done through lesson on role-playing and real life situations. 

  • Science Fair Club (4th-5th Grade)

    Science Fair Club

    Grade Levels: 4th-5th grade

    Duration: October 11-March 3

    Day: Tuesday mornings (7:45-8:15 AM)

    Instructor: Dr. Pumphrey

    Description: Students will develop, plan, build, test, and report on a science fair project of their choice. 

  • Explore Robotics Team (2nd-3rd Grade)

    Corley Explore Robotics Team

    Grade Levels: 2nd-3rd Grade

    Duration: Late October-March

    Day: Wednesday afternoons* (3:45-5:15 PM)

    *additional meeting dates may be added.

    Instructors: Mr. Huttinga & assistant coach

    Description: The Corley Explore Robotics Team is part of the First Lego League, and prepares students to participate in the GCPS Explore Festival in March. Club meetings will take place on Wednesdays after school. Students will use Legos to create a project based on this year's theme: Energized. Our teams follow the six core values of FLL: Discovery, Innovation, Impact, Inclusion, teamwork, and Fun. 

  • Corley Discover Robotics Team (K-1st Grade)

    Corley Discover Robotics Team

    Grade Levels: K-1st Grade

    Duration: Late October-March

    Day: Wednesday mornings* (7:45-8:15 AM)

    Instructors: Mr. Huttinga & assistant coach

    Description: The Corley Discover Robotics Team is part of the First Lego League, and prepares students to participate in the GCPS Explore Festival in March. Club meetings will take place on Wednesdays before school. Students will use Legos to create a project based on this year's theme: Energized. Our teams follow the six core values of FLL: Discovery, Innovation, Impact, Inclusion, teamwork, and Fun. 

  • Corley Student Council (4th-5th Grade)

    Corley Student Council

    Grade Levels: 4th-5th grade

    Duration: Year long

    Day: Day and times TBA

    Instructors: Ms. Huston & Ms. Lewis

    Description: Students will serve as student council members. Meetings will focus on developing leadership skills and preparing students to help at school events throughout the year.

  • Good News Club (2nd-5th Grade)

     Good News Club

    Good News Club

    Grade Levels: 2nd-5th grade

    Duration: November-March

    Day: Tuesdays (3:45-5:30 PM)

    Instructor: Ms. Canon

    Description: A place for students to come and engage with each other in Biblical teaching, character development, and fun!

  • Project Learning Club (2nd Grade)

    Project Learning Club

    Grade Levels: 2nd Grade only

    Duration: Spring 2023

    Day: Wednesday mornings (7:45-8:15 AM)

    Instructor: Mr. Huttinga

    Description: Students will participate in an engaging STEM learning project. This club will allow students to apply science, math, and engineering skills to solve a real world problem. 

  • Boys Running Club (4th & 5th Grade)

    Boys Running Club

    Grade Levels: 4th-5th grade boys

    Duration: Spring 2023

    Day: Day and times TBA

    Instructor: Ms. Giacomelli 

    Description: Boys will train for a future 5K event in May. Weekly meetings will help boys develop their endurance as they work to achieve their running goal.

  • Girls on the Run (4th-5th)

    Girls on the Run

    Grade Levels: 3rd-5th grade Girls

    Duration: Spring 2023 (February-May)

    Day: Monday & Wednesday (3:45-5:15 PM)

    Instructor: Corley Teachers

    Description: Girls will participate in the national Girls on the Run spring season. They will train to run in the regional 5K in May. The Girls on the Run covers topics like friendship, teamwork, and helping each girl find her identity.

  • Science Olympics Club (3rd-5th Grade)

    Science Olympics Club

    Grade Levels: 3rd-5th grade

    Duration: March 6-May 12

    Day: Tuesdays (7:45-8:15 AM)

    Instructor: Dr. Pumphrey

    Description: Students will work together to explore science concepts, master and retain science facts, and compete in a science facts contest.