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Extracurricular Clubs & Activities

Art Club: Our Trash to Treasure project is going to focus on creating art from found or recycled items.  We will try to create artworks to display around the building especially in the outdoor spaces.  Students that attend will gain a knowledge that art is everywhere and can be created using any item as long as creativity and imagination is put to use.  This club is for 2nd and 3rd graders.

Chorus Club recognizes students interested in singing. Open to 4th and 5th graders who audition. Chorus performs within the school and at various community functions.

Math 24 is a fast-paced mathematics program which builds strong mental mathematics and problem-solving skills. The challenge is to create equations that total 24 by using all numbers on each card in any combination of addition, subtraction, multiplication or division. This club is for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders.

National Junior Beta Club was established for the purpose of recognizing outstanding academic achievement and promotes ideals of leadership and service. Membership is open to rising fifth graders who maintain a level of Honor Roll, Honor Roll with Distinction, or Principal’s List, receive all satisfactory behavior markings, and are recommended by their teacher.

News Crew
hosts and produces a daily news show which promotes school spirit, celebrates individual and group accomplishments, and informs the students about school activities/events. Activities include producing a daily news show, which involves serving as a news anchor, host, or weather reporter; preparing scripts; and operating a computer or video and sound equipment..

Reading Bowl 
is a group of no more than ten 4th and 5th graders who are our very best readers.  They read the current Georgia Book Award nominees and compete in January against other Rockdale County elementary schools in the Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl.  Our teams have brought two trophies back to FSE!

Rockdale Honor Chorus extends performance opportunities. Open to 5th graders who are chosen through auditions. Activities include performing in plays and assemblies, nursing homes, and Partner-In-Education sites.

Running Club promotes healthy living and fitness through a running program. May be open to grades 3 - 5. Participants may run on the school track and monitor progress in both distance and time and engage in activities that involve stretching and running. 

Garden Club is a club for scholars who enjoy gardening.