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Elementary School clubs allow kids to discover interests and skills in a safe, introductory way and build relationships with other students and with teachers. Participating in clubs also allows Elementary School-aged students to feel like the "big kids" as they explore leadership and organization skills in club offerings like basketball, environmental, which also exist in the middle schools.

Club/Organization – club description.

Art Engages students in creative self-expression through art. Club activities include keeping a sketchbook, creating set designs for plays, painting, sculpture, and fiber arts. Sponsors: Cohen, Rogers, Herbert, K. Richardson

The Baking Bears – Interested in cooking? Cooking with kids is a great way to educate them about nutrition, planning and preparing meals, and reading food labels. It can encourage them to eat healthy foods. Sponsors: Martin, D. Harris, Relerford, Edwards

Basketball basketball club is used to develop eye hand coordination, patterning skills, and cooperation. Students learn dribbling skills and perform for a variety of audiences. Sponsors: Coach Watkins, Webb and Ms.Tonya

Beta Club (Invitation)- Promote the ideas of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students. Sponsors: Craddock and Howze

Book Club- The Book Club is a wonderful way to promote reading and create readers! It also helps them hone in on their discussion and presentation skills! Sponsors: D. Richardson, Jordan, Torres, 

Cheer- You ever wondered what it would be like to be a cheerleader? By joining the cheerleading club, you can learn beginner motions, jumps, and cheers! In addition to showing their spirit, children will learn discipline, listening skills, patterns in movement, and teamwork. Sponsor: Hammond, Samuel, Q.Manuel, Dunn, Reaves.

Choir-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. Sponsor: Duren

DebateDebate Club's aim is to empower our students with the skills of expressing their beliefs clearly and concisely, public speaking and effective communication in a formal setting, and staying aware of current events in the world. Despite the seemingly serious nature of debates, we never forget to have fun along the way. Sponsor: Tucker

Environmental - Purpose of this program is dedicated to helping the environment at our school. Receive training in outdoor experiential learning and resources for creating an outdoor learning space. We focus on ways to raise awareness towards the many methods that students can get involved. We are also introducing gardening, conservation, recognition of plants, shrubs, and basic flower arrangement.  Sponsor: McBride

Etiquette Good manners are e a prerequisite for the growth of moral character. In our etiquette classes we will focus on this growth by practicing social skills, telephone manners, table manners, learning to make eye contact, meet and greet essentials and much more. Classes will be fun and interactive. Sponsors: Coleman, White, Heyward, Phebe

Girls who Code – Club for 3rd- 5th grade girls to explore coding in a fun and friendly environment. Sponsors: Lusane, Bibiano Baltazar, Linton

Girls Who RunClub that inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident while utilizing physical activity and basic run techniques to assist in the art of running. Sponsors: Butler, Howze, Bedford, Hewlett

Girl ScoutsBe apart an extraordinary journey that will build courage confidence and character to make the world a better place. Sponsor: Bedford, Hewlett, Bibiano Baltizar, Webb, Howze

Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl- seeks to prepare a book-loving team of 10 fourth and fifth grade students to represent C.J. Hicks at Rockdale's Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl, which is held at the end of January.  This quiz-bowl-style competition pits the elementary schools against each other as the teams demonstrate their knowledge of the Georgia Bok Award nominees.   In order to be chosen to be a part of the competitive team, students need to read the current year's nominees for the Georgia Book Award and be dedicated to rigorous preparation for the competition. Sponsors: Letze, Akinlabi

International Dance- Exciting exploration of a variety of dance styles. Sponsor: Manuel

Makerspace - Makerspace is a place where students can come together to share resources and knowledge, work on projects, connect, and create. We invite you to come find out more about our library club and the kinds of maker activities we will support. Gather - Create - Invent – Learn  Sponsor: Letze

Math- Fun with numbers! Teaching student how to embrace basic mathematical concepts.  Sponsors: Craddock and Best

Men of Distinction – Mentor young boys/males while incorporating good character, quality leadership skills and being leaders within their school and community. These young scholars will be involved in decision making skills trainings, mentoring discussions and journaling. Sponsors: Butler, Dr. Lawyer, Herbert, Pettway

Sports Club: Students will have specific skills training in the following sports: soccer, basketball, football, baseball and softball. Along with learning skills, students will be learning how to be a “Team Player”. Sponsor: Coach Livingston

Safety Patrol- Foster a sense of law and order within an organization and community service. Sponsors: Officer Simmons, Dunn

Spanish Club- study of Spanish and the culture to promote international-mindness. Sponsors: Quiroz, Ford

YogaYoga for kids is a great way for children to learn how to reduce stress, as well as improve concentration, mood, balance, and flexibility.  Sponsors: Bodiford, Magee




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