• Clubs and Extracurricular Activities

  • Art Club

    Club Sponsor: Jill Ketterhagen & Jessica Gaskin
    Participants: 3rd - 5th
    Meeting Days: Tuesdays, 7:00-7:45 AM
    Dues:  $10
    How many total students will be in the program: 25

    Mission/Goals- Drawing, painting, weaving, clay, origami, mixed media, crafts, knitting/crocheting. You can make your own scarf, headband, or fingerless gloves, and more, in the "Art & More" Club!

  • Baggett Elementary Student Council

    Club Sponsor: Dana Booker/Suzette Daniel/Amber Fisher
    Participants: Grades 3-5 
    Meeting Days: Mondays from 7:15- 8:00 AM ( Bi-Monthly/Monthly)
    Dues: Dues: $8 T-Shirt, $10 to pay for the Peer Leader's Conference - One student from each class 3rd-5th grades

    Objectives and Activities: The Baggett Elementary Student Council is a group of peer-elected representatives dedicated to leadership, engagement, and community service. Students apply for office by completing an application in their classroom. Once applications are complete, the representatives are selected by a vote of their classmates. One representative per class. Fourth and fifth grade representatives desiring the position of president and vice president will campaign and be elected after a vote of all students, grades 3-5.

  • Baggett Titan Basketball Team Boys & Girls

    Baggett Titan Basketball Team Boys & Girls
    Faculty Adviser: Kelli Fitch
    Coaches: Tony Rogers & Terell Hamlet

    Mission/ Purpose: Baggett Titan Basketball team is an extracurricular opportunity for 4th – 5th grade students to learn the basic skills of basketball (including, but not limited to, fundamental basketball technique, rules of the game, dribbling, shooting, etc.). Additionally, Participants will be taught the importance of teamwork, as well as what it means to be an ambassador of our school. The purpose and function of the Baggett Titan Basketball team is to promote and uphold school spirit, set examples of academic achievement, model positive behavior and exhibit good sportsmanship. Parents will be responsible for prompt arrival or pick-up to practices, games and events.

  • Baggett Titan Cheerleaders

    Club Sponsor: Christie Polk Brown, Shanteria Smith
    Participants: 4th and 5th 
    Meeting Days: Mondays & Wednesdays- 3:00-4:30 PM
    Dues: $25.00

    Practice each Monday & Wednesday 3:00-4:30 PM (specific time frame tbd)
    Program Overview: The Baggett Titan Cheerleading Squad is an extracurricular opportunity for 4th – 5th grade students to learn the basic skills of cheerleading (including, but not limited to, cheer technique, stretching/warm-up practices, dance routines, cheers/chants, jumps and stunts). Additionally, Participants will be taught the importance of teamwork, as well as what it means to be an ambassador of our school. 
    Purpose- The purpose and function of the Baggett Titan Cheerleading Squad is to promote and uphold school spirit, involve the crowd in cheering, set examples of academic achievement, model positive behavior and exhibit good sportsmanship. The Baggett Titan Cheerleading Squad will perform at both school and community wide events.

  • Baggett’s Kid Cooking Club

    Club Sponsor: Dwanell DiBartolo
    Participants: Kindergarten
    Meeting Days: Wednesday 3:15-4:15 PM
    Dues: $50.00

    Objectives and activities- Baggett’s Kids Cooking Club. The mission of the club is to provide kids with the foundation for lifelong healthy eating. The club will facilitate a youth cooking team that emphasizes nutrition awareness, food safety, cultural diversity, team building, basic culinary skills and self-esteem. The kids will hear stories about different foods from various cultures. They will have the opportunity to read, measure and mix ingredients, use a variety of kitchen tools, follow recipes, learn basics of etiquette, nutrition, food safety and more.

  • First Lego League

    Club Sponsor: Mr. Collier and Mr. Findlay 
    Participants: 4th and 5th 
    Meeting Days: Competion held in December. Meeting dates are determined during the fall.
    Dues: $25.00

    For more information, please click here: First Lego league

    Selected members (through an application process) of ten 4th and 5th graders will work together as a team to prepare for and compete in the FLL competition. In early fall, FLL releases a Challenge, which is based on a real-world scientific topic. Each Challenge has three parts: The Robot Game, the Project, and the FLL Core Values. Teams of up to ten children, with one to two adult coaches, participate in the Challenge by programming an autonomous robot to score points on a themed playing field (Robot Game), developing a solution to a problem they have identified (Project), all guided by the FLL Core Values. Teams may then choose to attend an official tournament, hosted by one of our Operational Partners.

  • Girls on the Run

    Club Sponsor: Deb Farley, Angela Gray
    Participants: 3rd through 5th Grades
    Meeting Days: Mondays and Wednesdays 3:15-4:45PM

    Mondays and Wednesdays for 12 weeks in the Spring 3:15- 4:45 PM. Girls must attend practice and are allowed only 3 absences.
    Parent Meeting will be held on January 8, 2019 at 7:00 pm for registration.
    Dues: Scholarships are provided for the girls and there is a $10 donation for snacks and theme items for 5K.
    15 Per team
    Objectives and Activities: We believe that EVERY GIRL is inherently FULL OF POWER and POTENTIAL. By knowing they are the leaders of their lives, these are the girls who WILL CHANGE THE WORLD.
    In Girls on the Run, Girls learn Confidence, Character, Care, Connections, Competence, and Contribution.
    Girls on the Run is a program for girls in 3rd-5th grade that encourages girls to recognize their individual strengths and celebrate connections with others. Each season, girls gain a better understanding of who they are and what's important to them, the value of teamwork and healthy relationships and how they can have a positive impact on the world. Girls also make a meaningful contribution to their community through a team-organized Community Impact Project. Physical activity is woven into the program to inspire an appreciation for fitness and healthy habits and teach life skills including treating others with care, practicing gratitude and managing emotions. Each season culminates with a Girls on the Run 5K event. This celebratory, non-competitive event provides girls with a sense of accomplishment and instills the value of goal setting at a young age. Girls on the Run is part of a local and national organization.

    You can visit the website for Girls on the Run. 

  • International Food Club

    Club Sponsor: Robert Papes and Allan Gehrisch  
    Participants: 2nd-5th Grades
    Meeting Days: Starting on Wednesday October 10, (Meeting every other Wednesdays)
    Dues: $25 

    How many total students will be in the program: Max-25 students
    Objectives-International Food Club is dedicated to inspire our students to reach their full potential through an education that emphasizes cultural values, food etiquette and preparation. We will accomplish this in a passionate, disciplined environment that fosters excellence, critical thinking and creativity in our students.
    Activities- We will be cooking a variety of cuisines from around the world. Students will learn to plan, prepare, cook and serve the food.

  • The Baggett Singers

    Club Sponsors: Jody Holland
    Participants: Grades 4 & 5 - 50-75 students
    Meeting Days: Tuesdays, 7:00 – 7:45 AM
    Dues: $10.00 
    Mission/Goals: 

    To provide enhanced musical experiences for 4th and 5th grade students through vocal instruction and the singing of challenging music with choreography. The Baggett Singers group will perform in Winter and Spring Programs for the school and community, as well as the school Pep Rally and other appropriate opportunities that may become available this year.

  • The Pawsitively Percussion Club

    Club Sponsor: Mrs. Holland
    Participants: 3,4 and 5 
    Meeting Days: Wednesdays, 7:00 – 7:45 AM
    Dues: $10.00

    How many total students will be in the program: 12-25 students
    Mission/Goals: To provide enhanced musical experiences for 3rd through 5th grade students through instruction and playing experience on barred Orff instruments, large drums, and various non-pitched percussion. The Pawsitively Percussion group will perform in Winter and Spring Programs for the school and community, as well as the school Pep Rally and other appropriate opportunities that may become available this year.

  • Titan Tech Club

    Club Sponsor: Vandana Bhagat
    Participants: 4th and 5th
    Meeting Days: Fridays at 7:15-7:45am
    Dues: $10.00

    How many total students will be in the program- Maximum 20
    Objectives and activities- This club will provide opportunities to work with today’s technologies and tools which will help students gain technological skills to asses, assimilate, analyze, and use information effectively and responsibly. Students are going to learn to code using various programs like Scratch and Code.org and web designing among other creative projects.

Technology Club
Robotics Club
Baggett Singer
Student Council