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
    Kid Leaders Provide students with the opportunity to learn about and participate in the governance process, leadership/ representative role and the democratic process Sandy Wilson School base Service/ Social projects and community service activities

    5th Grade LM SMART Program

    Foster an interest in Science and technology for 5th grade students

    Merrell Sperling

    Students participate in monthly STEM sessions led by volunteers from Lockheed Martin.

    Safety Patrol

    Foster a sense of law and order within an organization and community service

    Justin Hughes, Darius Dunn

    Officers for the school campus; monitor student movement in the hallways

    Beta Cub

    Promote the ideas of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students. 

    Christina Fullard

    School base Service/ Social projects and community service activities

    League of Legendary Ladies

    Provide leadership training and build positive self-esteem

    Shenika Hammond

    Series of mini-lessons to address leadership skills, self-esteem, team work, community and career planning; fieldtrips and community service projects

    League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

    Provide leadership training and build positive self-esteem

    Shenika Hammond

    Series of mini-lessons to address leadership skills, self-esteem, team work, community and career planning; fieldtrips and community service projects

    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.

    Sarah Dietrich

    Approved rehearsals in preparation for school-wide and district-wide performances and programs and field trips throughout the community

    WJET News Crew

    Facilitate video news and production projects

    Barbara Udall

    Daily news reports through closed circuit television

    Flag Patrol

    Teach students proper flag etiquette

    Ingrid Estevez

    Responsible for raising and lowering the flag each day.

    Kiwanis K-Kids Club

     Civic organization

    Katie Richard

    School base Service/ Social projects and community service activities

    Reading Bowl Club

    Students will read and discuss books from multiple genres

    Shenika Hammond

    Literacy focused group to support reading and comprehension activities for the district Reading Bowl event.

    Recycling Club

    Students learn about environmental issues related to recycling

    Carlene McNabb

    Lead recycling projects throughout the school