Art Club is designed for students that are passionate about art and hope to further develop their talents and techniques. The club provides the opportunity for students to use materials and try techniques that often can not be offered during regular scheduled art classes. Art Club members are chosen to participate based on art enthusiasm, school wide behavior, artistic and creative ability, attendance, recommendation by teachers, and other criteria. Space is limited. For more information, please contact:
An after school club dedicated to learning and playing chess with different opponents open to 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students. Offensive and defensive strategies, analytical and decision making skills are taught and applied. For more information, please contact:
The Les Mustang Chorus is a singing group for 4th and 5th Graders where we practice together once a week to learn songs consisting of one, two or three parts and then perform them on a concert here at the school. Besides singing we use instruments, movement, speaking, and acting to accompany and enhance our performances. For more information, please contact:
Girls on the Run
Girls on the Run is a running club for girls in upper grades (3rd - 5th) with a focus on emotional and social growth. For more information, please contact:
Mustang Math Club
There are three levels of the club for grades 3-5:
- Level 1-Students must know 8x8 facts and lower
- Level 2-Students must know 10x10 facts and lower
- Level 3-Students must know 12x12 facts and lower
Students must pass a timed test to be entered in the club. Regular Ed. students can have up to 4 minutes to complete the one hundred problems, and students with IEP's can have up to 6 minutes to complete the one hundred problems. Students must earn a 100% to be in any level of the club.
In addition to smaller rewards like wristbands, certificates, and being on the announcements, students will meet once a quarter to celebrate being in Mustang Math Club during school hours. This celebration may include snacks and math games.
For more information, please contact your child's teacher.
Perennial Math is a math tournament for students in grades 3rd-8th. It is open to school teams, clubs, and homeschool orgranizations. For more information, please contact:
Readers Rally is a Gwinnett County quiz-bowl competition designed to promote reading. Team members are asked to read from a list of 15 Rally books. At the competition they will answer questions about the books from the Readers Rally list. For more information, please contact:
Robotics Team & Club
Our LES Robotics Team is a competitive group of students who participates in FLL (First Lego League). 4th and 5th-grade students can try out for the Robotics Team at the beginning of the school year, with practices and competitions taking place from September to February.
As a part of FLL, students research a problem, develop a real solution, build and program a robot, and practice presentation/public speaking skills.
The Robotics Club consists of 4th and 5th-grade students who have an interest in robotics and programming. Students in the club may try out for the competitive Robotics Team on August 24th after completing the online application and receiving an official invitation. Practices will be held ever Tuesday and Wednesday from 4-5 PM.
- Keri Duncan
- Lena Davis
- Rebecca Beckman
- Jolie Mayo