• 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 2017-2018 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 Name of Faculty Advisor(s) Brief Description of Past or Planned Activities

    Boy Scouts of America-Pack 1520

    Provides an opportunity for male students to strengthen character, gain personal fitness and embrace good citizenship.

    Idris Johnson

    Stephanie Grogan

    Offers students responsible fun and adventure; instills lifetime values & develops ethical character; trains students in citizenship, service, and leadership; serves our communities and families

    Student Council

    Students will build leadership skills and participate in the democratic process.

    Jennifer Zimmerman

    Campaign for office, assist with school activities like Red Ribbon Week and Career Day

    Reading Bowl Club

    Students will read and discuss books from multiple genres

    Amanda Montgomery

    Literacy focused group to support reading and comprehension activities for culminating event, i.e. reading bowl.

    Book Patrol

    Assist with maintaining library inventory and exposure to media procedures

    Nicole Renshaw

    Volunteer in the media center and classroom fundraisers

    Safety Patrol

    Monitor school activities

    Tom Martin

    Raise the flag, perform morning and afternoon duties, promote the Red Cross Club

    Science Olympiad

    Science Olympiad is a team competition in which students compete in events pertaining to various scientific topics.

    Tamille Wilson

    In 2015-2016, PSE Placed 3rd in the Paper Rockets event at the Cobb County Regional Invitational in our first ever Science Olympiad competition. This year, we have recruited more volunteers to help prepare, and we look forward to another exciting round of competition.

    Marietta YELLS (Youth Empowerment through Learning, Leading & Serving)

    To mentor youth to be active, healthy, and productive members of their communities who are capable of creating change.

    Laura Keefe and Patricia Morten

    At weekly sessions, high school “Bigs” receive leadership training from respected speakers, plan and implement activities and community service projects, and work one-on-one as mentors to “Littles.”  Students become official members of the Big Brothers Big Sisters program as well.

    STEM Club/Robotics Club

    The STEM club is funded through a grant from Marietta Community School. We continue to offer fun science experiments, Lego We-Do Robotics, and investigate solar energy, aquaponics, composting, and preparation for the Science Olympiad competitions in March, 2017.

    Tamille Wilson

    This year, we have combined the STEM and Robotics clubs! We will collaborate with KSU Video Game Design students who will design educational video games based of standards we want to learn!

    Panther TV News Team

    Facilitate video news and production projects

    Nicole Renshaw

    Joanna Cox

    Daily news reports through closed circuit television

    Mentor Program

    Promote social skills

    Jennifer Zimmerman

    Mentor luncheon, monthly activities with mentors

    National Junior Beta Club

    Select 5th grade students that meet the established criteria will collaborate on student-led projects to improve our school and impact our community during the school year

    Rhonda Olusegun

    Project Service Learning

    Community Outreach

    Panther TV News Team

    Facilitate video news and production projects

    Nicole Renshaw

    Joanna Cox

    Daily news reports through closed circuit television

    World Famous Panther Chorus

    Participation in group activities designed to help students perform and sing with proper vocal techniques, to appreciate music, and to work together towards a common goal.

    Joanna Cox