From robotics to band to performing arts, students will find their niche at Carrollton Upper Elementary School. There are many clubs and activities in which your child can take part.
- Academic Bowl
- Art Club
- Champions Club
- Coding Club
- Culinary Club
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Fun Book Club!
- Lego Robotics
- Literary Magazine
- Little S.I.S.T.E.R.S Club
- Media Mania
- Performing Arts Club
- ROV Club
- Science Club
- Science Olympiad
- Terrific Trojans
- Trojans on the Trail
Meetings: Art Club will meet after school from 2:30-3:45 and is held in 2 Sessions. Each session will meet once a month for 3 months.
Session 1 will meet in November, December and January, and Session 2 will meet in February, March and April.
Sponsor: Anna Greene
The goal or aim of this mentor program is to teach young men, to be men of high character in their communities and schools. With the guidance of male teachers as mentors as well as help from other men of the community, we plan to equip them with the skills they need to be successful in all areas of life. It is the goal of CHAMPIONS to develop them into leaders who can lead themselves and peers into becoming Champions in life.
Who can be a CHAMPION? We are looking for young men in the fourth, fifth and sixth grade.
Meetings: Twice a month on Friday morning before school
Sponsor: Michael Hilbert
Description: The Carrollton Upper Elementary School Coding Club is for students that are curious, problem solvers, responsible, and team players. This club will introduce you to the basics of coding, computer programming, and possible video game development. It will be a fun learning experience in which students will gain insight into how technology works, how to program technology to complete a task, and how to create games and apps.
Location: Room 630 and 603
Dates: Usually first Monday of every month - Sept - March
Description: Hands-on cooking lessons in preparing healthy foods.
Meetings: Tuesdays: October 2, October 16, November 6, November 13, December 4, January 8, January 22, February 5, February 19,
March 5, March 19, April 9, April 23, May 7
Sponsor: Laura Malmquist
Purpose: Students will read the chosen AR book selection (with student input and in a range suitable for fourth through sixth grade levels) throughout the month and check in on Google classroom and also meet once a month and engage in activities related to different genres including reader's theatre, poetry cafe, books which are also movies, one possible off campus field trip/activity, and enjoy themed treats, games, and activities monthly, which are also related to the book we are reading.
Meetings: Last school Tuesday of each month. Sept, Oct, Nov, Jan, Feb, March.
Location: CMS Media Center
Fee: Not yet established
Sponsor: Shannon Mancil, Brittany Smith, & Jill Rooks
Description: CUES LEGO Robotics is a part of FIRST LEGO League (FLL). FLL introduces student 9 to 14 to the fun and excitement of science & technology while building self-confidence, knowledge and life skills.While the program involves LEGO robotics, FLL goes far beyond robotics, with teams examining real-life problems and developing innovative solutions. Through the robot game and project, FLL emphasizes the FLL core values.
Location: Room 630
Sponsor: Moses Siuriano-Mitchell
Description: SISTERS is a girls mentor group, developed to positively impact the lives of young ladies. The idea of sisterhood builds relationships that continue for years to come.
Sponsors: Kym Hilbert
Description: Performing Arts is perfect for anyone who loves to sing, act, and dance. In Performing Arts we perform in the Veterans Day program, perform a winter show, and perform a spring musical.
Meetings: Mondays and Tuesdays
Sponsor: Erin Dallmann
Description: CUES ROV Robotics is a part of The Marine Advanced Technology Education Center (MATE). The MATE Center uses underwater robots – also known as remotely operated vehicles or ROVs – to teach science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and prepare students for technical careers. Working in partnership with the Marine Technology Society ROV Committee, MATE created the ROV competition as a way to engage students in STEM and expose them to science and technology careers. The ROV team will be required to attend practices as well possibly attend the competition in Savannah, Georgia.
Sponsor: Moses Siuriano-Mitchell | Chalene Sceals
Purpose: Promote interest, understanding, and knowledge of science through experiments, presentations, and field trips.
Meetings: 1 thursday per month for 5 months (grades rotate)
Location: CUES Cafeteria
Dues: $25 per student
Sponsors: Katie Brown, Tiffany Pullen, Mary Miller
Purpose: To promote hands-on science. Students will compete in a series of 18 team events.
Meetings: Mondays (We meet about every other week. The schedule is set in September )
Time: 2:45pm until 3:45pm
Location: Room 204
Sponsor: Linda Rule
Purpose: To teach students social skills that will enable them to be kind to others, help others, do good deeds, and make others feel good.
Meetings: once per week
Sponsor: Kimberly Perry
The purpose of Trojans on the Trail is to introduce students to our Greenbelt through programs such as Bike/Helmet Safety, Walk/Bike to School Program, Environmental Awareness, Native Plant Discovery and more. This club meets monthly on the Greenbelt and students conclude the trail meeting with a walk to the Target trailhead where they are picked up.
Trail Meeting Dates: 4th Thursday of each month
* holiday program with CES club
Location: Green Belt
Fee: $25.00 (1 time t-shirt fee)
For club reminders, please find us on the Remind 101 app using the link https://www.remind.com/join/trojanson or by texting @trojanson to 81010.
Sponsor: Elizabeth Williams