Clubs and Organizations

  • Parents may decline participation (opt out) of their child in any club/organization offered at their school.  The following are tentative clubs/organizations for the 2018-2019 school year.  The “opt out” form is included with the Parent Guide signature document and should be returned to your child’s school.

    Name of Club/Organization

    Brief Description of Mission/Purpose

    Brief Description of Past or Planned Activities

    Kiwanis Kids (K-Kids)

    K KIDS is a  service organization sponsored by Marietta Kiwanis. Our purpose is to develop leadership skills of our students and to improve our community through service.

    School based and community service projects

    Girls on the Run

    Over a period of 10 weeks, girls in the 3rd through 5th grade participate in an after-school program. Designed to allow every girl to recognize her inner strength, the Girls on the Run curriculum inspires girls to define their lives on their own terms.

    The Girls on the Run lessons encourage positive emotional, social, mental and physical development. 

    Cheer Team

    The SRE Cheer Team consists of 2/3rd and 4/5th grade students whose mission is to represent the school with a spirit of support for all students, staff and the stakeholders of the Starfish community.

    The SRE Cheer students are enthusiastic, dynamic, fun, and hard working.

    Safety Patrol

    Students demonstrate responsibility and model positive behaviors as they are stationed at various posts throughout the campus to assist with smooth student traffic flow and monitoring of student behavior.

    Students patrol designated areas on campus.

    Flag Ambassadors

    Flag Patrol is an opportunity for students to take part in raising and lowering the US and GA flags each school day.

    Flag patrol members raise and lower the flags every day.

    Cub Scouts Pack 840

    Provides an opportunity for students (boys and girls) to strengthen character, gain personal fitness and embrace good citizenship through structured STEM-based lessons and activities.  Pack 840 meet after school.

    Cub Scout Pack 840 offers students in first through fifth grades responsible fun and ample opportunities for adventure.

    Girl Scout Troop 10726

    Girl Scouts - a collection of engaging, challenging, and fun activities like earning badges, going on awesome trips, selling cookies, exploring science, getting outdoors, and doing community service projects. Troup 10726 meet here at Sawyer Road Elementary. Usually meets twice a month from 5-6:30 pm.

    Troop 10726 activities are led by girls themselves, feature cooperative learning, and highlight learning by doing.

    School Store

    Promotes collaboration skills and knowledge. Student run.

    Real world experiences to develop academic and social skills, including activities like running a small school store.

    Media Club

    Students will explore various technologies and media to apply to real-world projects

    Real world media projects as suggested from students using an inquiry approach

    IB Exhibition Teams

    Research teams will work on their PYP Exhibition

    Fifth Grade PYP Exhibition

    Green Team Environmental Club

    Students learn about environmental issues related to recycling

    Lead recycling projects throughout the school

    Singing Starfish

    Chorus members prepare for performances

    PTA performances, Christmas performance on the Marietta Square.

    Art Club

    Students are given extension activities in art

    Art show on the Marietta Square

    P.E. Club

    Students participate in extra PE activities

    Participate in team building games.

    Science Clubs

    Students use the scientific method to perform experiments

    Sawyer Road Science Fair, Units of Inquiry extensions, Nature Trail planning and leadership

    Oceaneer Theater Clubs

    Students do readers theater and prepare for performances

    Students will prepare for and perform plays/musicals.

    IB Ambassadors

    Students will give input and provide education about the IB PYP for students, parents, and visitors

    Serve as docents at IB activities and daily around the school.

    Reading Bowl

    Students read and prepare for the annual competition.

    Participate in the district wide and regional reading bowls

    Spanish Clubs

    Students will explore the Spanish culture and language.

    Dance performances, community service projects. Develop additional literacy skills