2022-2023 Clubs and Organizations

 

STEM Club

Mrs. LaBranche & Mrs. Owen

2nd Tuesday of the month September-March, 4:00-4:45

$20/Shirt included

Grades 3-5 limit 20

The goal of of our club is to provide opportunities for students to explore STEM careers, topics, and challenges through hands-on learning.

ART Club

Mrs. Harrison & Ms. Harrison

1st and 3rd Mondays 4:15-5:15

$20/Shirt included

Grades 3-5 limit 20

3rd-5th grade Art Club will focus on more complex art projects and participate in a public art piece representing TES

Kickball Club

Mrs. Adkison, Mrs. Tuggle, Coach Johnson, Coach Wynn

2nd Monday of the month October - April, 4:15 - 5:15 *October TBD due to Fall Break

$15/ t-shirt included

Grades 3-5

Kickball Club teaches students the fundamentals and basic play of the game kickball. Students have the opportunity to learn about teamwork, sportsmanship and strategy.

Lego Club

Matthews, Shain

1st Monday of the month

$20/Shirt included

2nd - 5th - 15 students only

Promotes active engagement to create and use

Yearbook Club

Ms. Soles, Ms. Moncrief, & Mrs. Woodard

2nd Mondays of each month September-March

$15/ t-shirt included

5th Grade- 

Application process

10 students only

Students will participate by attending TES events September-March and document the 2022-2023 school year. Students will learn to use digital cameras and yearbook making program. Club members will also learn additional marketing skills as they help to promote upcoming school events.

 

Running Club

Coach Johnson, Ms. Thomas

3rd Wednesday of the month October - April, 4:00 - 4:45 *December TBD due to Winter Break

$15/ t-shirt included

Grades 4-5

Running Club provides students with the opportunity to improve their running knowledge while promoting goal setting, good self-esteem, and healthy lifestyles.

National 

Jr. Beta Club

Mrs. Ostrat and Mrs. Zellner

3rd Friday of  each month

September-May

7:15-7:50 AM

Returning members/$10

New Chapter Members/$25 (includes T-shirt and national dues included)

Grades 4-5

Membership Criteria: Principal’s List or Honor Roll, All 4s, no referrals, and a recommendation from your previous year’s teacher.

The National Beta Club recognizes high academic achievement, promotes character and social responsibility, encourages service involvement to school and community, fosters leadership skills, and provides settings for your child to develop interpersonal relationship skills.

 

Green Team

Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Ray

Monday, Tuesday, and Fridays 7:30-8:15

$10 (for tee)

Grades 3-5

We’ll learn how to prepare, plant, and harvest gardens; take care of cleaning our campus; and encourage recycling.

Future plans include a “farm stand” and providing veggies and fruit for the lunchroom!