• Fun @ Pharr

  • Beta Club

    Grades: 4 & 5

    Mission/Purpose: To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership among elementary and secondary school students. To reward meritorious achievement and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school.

    Description: New club induction ceremony; inaugural fundraiser for the Club; various service projects throughout the year; State and/or National Convention

    Advisors: Mrs. Durel, Mrs. Alston, & Mrs. Burden

  • Chorus

    Grades: 4 & 5

    Mission/Purpose: In Chorus, students will work to improve their singing skills and learn how to sing in a group.

    Description: 5th grade chorus - weekly rehearsals from August until December; 1 concert in December and 1 trip to the Gwinnett Gladiators.  4th grade chorus - weekly rehearsals from January until March;
    1 concert in March

    Advisor: Mrs. Smith

  • Garden Club

    Grades: 2-5

    Garden Club meets on Fridays from 7:40am-8:20am. Particpants must apply as there are only a certain amount of spots open. The deadline for applications is 8/24/19. 

    Mission/ Purpose: To teach students about gardening and provide the classrooms with learning opportunities in the garden. Our school's community service project is to provide fresh vegetables to families in need in our community.

    Description: Students will meet each week to learn about and work in our garden.  Students will also help the Co-op by providing vegetables for families in need within our community. They will present to parents and visitors on Garden Night to share their learned knowledge.

    Advisers:  Mr. Jurick &  Mrs. Moore

  • Good News Club

    Grades:  2 - 5

    Mission/Purpose:  To provide an opportunity for students to participate in a religious program sponsored by the Grace New Hope Church.

    Description:  Good News Club is a weekly FREE afterschool program for students in 2nd- 5th grade. The Club is being sponsored by Grace New Hope Church and the students who attend are provided with snacks, hear a Bible story lesson, worship together, play a fun memory Bible verse game, and get to know each other in small group. Starting Sept. 10, 2018 we will meet on Mondays from after school to 4:30 pm in the Cafeteria.  Dismissal is done in the front of the school promptly at 4:30 pm. If you would like to register your child for Good News Club please visit their website.  

    Advisor: Ms. Gholston

  • Ram Readers

    Grades: 4 & 5

    Mission/Purpose: The mission is to promote the joy of reading through friendly competition.

    Description: Compete in reading comprehension quizzes and games as well as the Readers Rally Competition, which will be held on February 22, 2020, at Peachtree Ridge High School.

    Advisors: Mrs. Dye, Mrs. Hinshaw, & Mrs. Watkins

  • Rambotics

    Grades: 4 & 5

    Mission/Purpose: To have a competive team for First Lego League tournaments and help students learn and practice problem solving, robot building and coding in a exciting environment.

    Descriptions: Once selected, team members learn to build and code an EV3 Mindstorms robot and run missions to prepare for the FLL Tournament. We also, research and develop a solution to a real world problem associated with the FLL theme for the year's tournaments. Then, we create and practice a presentation to present to the judges.

    Advisors: Shawn Freeman & Judy Kavanagh

  • Student Council & Safety Patrol

    Grades: 4 - 5

    Mission/Purpose:  The purpose of the Student Council & Safety Patrol is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. 

    Description:  The Student Council is organized very much like the faculty/staff SIT Council. Each member of the Student Council represents his/her classroom along with another classroom in grades 4-5. Decisions are made through consensus. There are no elected positions in the Student Council. Each classroom will have two representatives. One representative is appointed by the teachers and one representative is elected by his/her peers. Elected representatives must apply to be on the Student Council. Applications will be available in late August.

    Advisor: Mrs. Moore

  • Witzzle Pro

    Grades: 4 & 5

    Mission/Purpose: To enhance fact fluency, and equation building in math.

    Description: To meet and practice math fact fluency weekly. Students will compete with other schools within GCPS.

    Advisors: Mrs. Carolus, Mrs. Alston, & Mrs. Lewis