en English
Activities

Don’t underestimate the importance of having fun participating in school activities. Some of the best times and memories students have are the experiences of belonging to a club or participating in an after school activity. Clubs and activities are important to join just for the enjoyment that they will bring to most students, but they also allow the students to more easily make friends because the groups are small and they get to be themselves!

Clubs and activities provide students with many positive experiences that help them to become well-rounded individuals who are ready for college or the workplace. It helps students to become active in their school and to feel a connection to the school and to others. It provides a sense of pride and school spirit, and it is a positive influence on our youth today.

There is something for everyone! Get involved!

In Art Club, students get extra time in the art room to experiment with new materials and express themselves creatively. Each month, students learn about a new way of making art and explore its many possibilities, from drawing and painting to zines, sculptures, and beyond.

Club Contact:
Patrick Carter
Megan Dulion

The Battle of the Books is a reading competition. Fourth and fifth graders read at least 8 books from the CCPS Elementary Battle of the Books list and then compete in a Jeopardy-style game in the Spring both internally and against other school(s).

Club Contact:
Amanda Robertson

The Ecology Club participates in inquiry-based learning to create ways to enhance the courtyard here at school and make it more inviting for students, while also creating the opportunity to learn more about nature and the world around them.

Club Contact:
Amanda Robertson

Our student House Captain Club is a group of students who applied and interviewed to represent their PRIDE house. These students will lead different events within the school during ceremonies, celebrations, presentations and much more. They are helping to spread LION PRIDE throughout the entire school.

Club Contact:
House Leaders

Ukulele club – We are learning how to play the chords and melodies then combining them together as an ensemble. The students get to choose some tunes along the way to learn as a class. Last year we had a concert and we are aiming for one again this year!

Drum club – We are learning bucket drums and hand drums along with percussive instruments. The students also learn to read rhythms and play in an ensemble together as a team.

Singing club – We are learning techniques for warming up our singing voices the proper way. Our goal for this club is to sing unison songs with good technique and musicality, and working our way up to singing rounds.

Club Contact:
Brett Edwards

Students who are exhibiting PRIDE expectations will be given the opportunity to be a safety patrol for a nine week period. Duties include: helping kindergartners on and off bus, working with Kindergarten teachers, and reporting dangerous behaviors. Students serving in this role cannot receive minors, majors, or bus referrals.

Club Contact:
Kathy Epps

The focus of STEAM club includes conducting cool science experiments, coding and programming robots, building original inventions, designing creative projects, and planning unique structures. Students will learn even more about the Engineering Design Process and Robotics.

Club Contact:
Kristen Moody

As a Watch D.O.G you will represent a father figure to our students as you interact with our students throughout their school day.

Club Contact:
Ryan Hooghkirk

Students will walk around the school & Goyne Park to track miles. Miles will be converted to a map to see “How Far We Go” across Virginia.

Club Contact:
Ryan Talley

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