• Clubs and Extracurricular Activities

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  • Kids For Kids

    Kids for Kids is a club that engages children of all ages in activities that will make a difference in the lives of young patients being served at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. The group spearheads several fun and engaging fundraising events throughout the year.

    Meeting Dates: Beginning September 23, 2021, and the last Thursday of every month

    Meeting Times: 3:15 PM – 4:30 PM

    Advisors: Mrs. Ritter

  • Our Girls Are Pearls

    Open to current 4th & 5th graders, Our Girls Are Pearls provides a leadership program for elementary level girls to prepare themselves physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually for their transition from childhood to preteen.

    Membership eligibility includes application and teacher recommendation. 

    Through their attendance at monthly meetings, the girls will experience a series of sessions that promote learning who they are as individuals, working as a team, solving problems through conflict resolution, understanding the importance of giving back to the community, and more. 

    Our Girls Are Pearls meets once a month from 3:15 PM to 4:15 PM, and annual membership dues are $15.00.

    Advisor: Ms. Dickson

    Program Goal

    To provide a leadership program for elementary level girls to prepare themselves physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually for their transition from childhood to preteen.

    Program Overview

    The girls will attend monthly meetings. They will go through a series of sessions of learning who they are as individuals,  working as a team, solving problems through conflict resolution, and understanding the importance of giving back to the community, and more. 

    In order for the girls to earn their string of pearls, they have to complete all 6 Pearl checkpoints throughout the school year:


    Program Objectives

    ¨ To enhance participants’ awareness of social etiquette and the benefits of its application to their life.

    ¨ To increase participants' knowledge and awareness of self and examine the role of mass media’s influences on teens.

    ¨ To reinforce and promote respect, accountability, choices, and excellence.

    ¨ To enhance participants’ awareness of their role in the development of their community and friendships.

    ¨ To inspire college and career-minded thinking.

    ¨ To direct participants’ interests and attitudes toward creative self-expression as a meaningful vehicle for personal development.

     

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    Rosebud Robotics named Group A Champions at Georgia FIRST® LEGO® League Regional Tournament