• Roberts Student Clubs

    Roberts Elementary Sponsored Clubs are led by teachers at Roberts.

    Afternoon Enrichment Clubs are sponsored by companies in the community.

  • Girls Who Code

    Girls who Code is for girls in Grade 3-5 who are interested in learning about Coding. Here they will join a sisterhood of supportive peers and use Computer Science to change the world. We will be learning about Computer Science, Coding, and learning fun Computer projects. Girls Who Code meets Thursdays. 
    To join, contact Amy Rogers amy.rogers@gcpsk12.org for more information.

  • Bulldog Book Club

    “The journey of a lifetime starts with the turning of a page.” – Rachel Anders 

    The Bulldog Book Club welcomes students in 4th and 5th grade to join us on our journey to explore everything reading has to offer. We will be reading award-winning books and participating in a wide range of activities focused on building self-esteem, team-building, leadership, as well as those that nurture critical thinking, creativity, and imagination in the digital age. 

    We will meet on designated Mondays at 7:45 am in the Media Center.  

    Contact tiffanie.hitchcock@gcpsk12.org for more information or to request an application. 

  • Wittzle Pro

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    Witzzle Pro Math Club is a mind-sharpening and fun academic experience being offered to our 4th and 5th-grade students at Roberts Elementary! Witzzle is a combination of the words “wit” and “puzzle.” Our Witzzle Pro Math Club will offer students the opportunity to reason mathematically and to work as a member of a team. The Witzzle Pro Math Club will meet on Monday mornings from 7:45-8:20 a.m. Our first meeting is Monday, September 27. Students who are interested in the Witzzle Pro Math Club should see Mrs. Gross to get an application. Please email Jessica Gross at Jessica.Gross@gcpsk12.org if you have any questions.

  • Roberts Chorus

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    Roberts Chorus is available to fourth and fifth grade students. 

    Contact: Angela Kirtland

  • Think Chess

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    Think Chess (https://mythinkchess.com/) is a leader in scholastic chess throughout the U.S., offering chess instruction and a complete curriculum designed to teach chess to children.

    Contact: Parnell Watkins (parnell@mythinkchess.com)

  • Orchestra Club

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    Learn to play the Violin, Viola, Cello or Bass.  Join the Afterschool Orchestra Club at an elementary school in your Community. This 2-hour class meets once a week after school on the school's campus. The curriculum is designed for elementary students Grades 2 thru 5. Class size is approximately 15 students. Students in this class learn musicianship and proper playing technique. At the end of each semester, students perform in a concert.

    Contact: Margaret Montalvo

  • Fast Sports & Fitness

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    This program is designed to teach your child how to be a better athlete and competitor on and off the field. Your child will learn the correct running form mechanics, speed/agility techniques, train their upper & lower body and learn about injury prevention. In addition to all of this, they will learn about and compete in all types of team sports. Baseball, Football, Soccer, Basketball, Battleship and much more. Our Pro Trainers have all played the game at a high level and know what it takes to help your child succeed.


    Contact: Christopher Bettis

  • Good News Club

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    Good News Club® is a ministry of Child Evangelism Fellowship in which trained teachers meet with groups of children in schools, homes, community centers, churches, apartment complexes, just about anywhere the children can easily and safely meet with their parent’s permission. Each week the teacher presents an exciting Bible lesson using colorful materials from CEF Press. This action-packed time also includes songs, Scripture memory, a mission story and review games or other activities focused on the lesson’s theme.

    Contact: Thelma Goolsby