The Art Club offers fourth and fifth grade students the opportunity to explore various mediums and subjects beyond the art class curriculum. Meetings are held once a week after school. The club size is limited to twenty students. Applications are accepted in the fall and are reviewed based upon the student’s GPA and teacher recommendation. Club Sponsors: Katie Black & Cyndi Rankin.
Clubview has an annual musical. Auditions are open to 3rd-5th grade students. Students can try out for on stage parts as well as technical positions, such as light and sound. Clubview students have performed in “The Jungle Book,” “101 Dalmatians,” “Willy Wonka,” and “Gulliver’s IB Adventures.” These students will have a cast party and be recognized at the end of the year Awards Program. Club Sponsors: Mark Montgomery, Kevin Sharpe, Amberly Fahnestock, Lori Carson, Kathy Swords, Min Hae Hernandez, Sally McDaniel.
Where hands-on learning helps students blossom! Garden Club meets once a week in the fall and spring with 20-30 students in each group. In the garden, students grow their knowledge, communication skills, leadership skills, and strengthen their knowledge of the interconnectedness of our world through exploration of plants, animals, soil, and weather. Students in Garden Club grow a variety of plants throughout the year. Club Sponsors: Jessica Lusano, Beth Dades, Traci Collins.
The Peer Helper Club is a fifth grade leadership and helping program. Peer Helpers are fifth grade students who help younger students, welcome guests, mentor new students, and who participate in other activities in order to make a positive impact. Lisa East, the school counselor, is the faculty adviser for Peer Helpers. Mrs. East selects students based on grades, teacher recommendations, leadership potential, and overall character and behavior. There are limited spaces for this program. In late August, fifth graders will be informed about the criteria for participation and the application process. Peer Helper meetings usually begin in September and meet every Friday afternoon from 2:30-3:15 throughout the entire school year; the last meeting is typically early-mid May. These students will be recognized at the end of the year Awards Program. Club Sponsors: Lisa East, Charlene Coleman.
Clubview Kids Network (CKN)
CKN is a 5th grade student-produced news program that is broadcast each morning from the school media center. Applications from 4th grade students are accepted in the spring and news teams for the following year are selected. CKN news teams are recognized with a certificate at the end of the school year. Club Sponsors: Shea Hurst and Kim Schorr.
The Manners Club meets four times during the school year. Mrs. Judy Fields, Director of National League of Junior Cotillions Greater Columbus, Georgia chapter instructs 4th and 5th grade students on proper etiquette. As a culminating event, students and their parents are invited to attend a banquet sponsored by Columbus Regional Healthcare System, Clubview’s Partner In Education. Club Sponsor: Tamara Albright and Kim Schorr.
Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl
The Reading Bowl consists of fourth and fifth grade students who love to read! Students read twenty assigned books over a period of about nine months and then compete against other schools in MCSD answering questions about these books. Teams have the opportunity to place and move on to Regional and State competitions. Books are determined by the state of Georgia based on state award nominees. Students for the reading bowl are referred by teachers. Club sponsors: Shea Hurst and Lara Allan Lasseter.
Top math students from fifth grade who score the highest on the written test are chosen to be part of Clubview’s Math Team. Eight students are chosen to represent Clubview in area competitions. Participants will be recognized with a certificate at the end of the year Awards Program. Club sponsors: Tyler O’Grady and Kevin Sharpe.
The Clubview Coding and Robotics Club is an after school opportunity for fourth and fifth graders. The intention is to develop computational thinking strategies as a way to solve problems and design systems, using coding and robotics as the vehicles for exploration. Club Sponsors: Katie Black, Cindy Rankin, Luz Smith
Safety Patrol participants are selected from applicants and assigned a specific duty to increase our level of student safety practices. Assigned duties may include before or after school responsibilities to assist with hallway traffic and car rider traffic. Participants will be recognized with a certificate at the end of the year Awards Program. Club Sponsors: Amber Van Bibber, Meridith Hemmings, Min Hae Hernandez, Jamie Battles.
We participate in CORTA fall tennis league. Grades 3-5 can participate We have beginner and intermediate teams. The league lasts about 6 weeks. Club Sponsors: Coach Ardovino and Savannah Talley.
Fourth and fifth grade students are nominated and elected by their peers to represent the student body. They must have an A/B overall average and be able to stay after school. Candidates for president, vice president, and secretary are elected by the fourth and fifth grade students. These students will be recognized with a certificate at the end of the year Awards Program. Club Sponsors: Amberly Fahnestock and Fitz Bickerstaff
Beta Club is an honor and a service club that requires students to have high academic determination, service motivation. and leadership qualities. The criterion is determined by each chapter. Participants will be recognized with a certificate at the end of the year Awards Program. Club Sponsors: Charlene Coleman and Lisa East.
A team of third, fourth, and fifth grade students who scored high on the qualifier test are selected as the Science Olympic Team. The team members represent Clubview in a district competition and may qualify for state competition. Winners are recognized at the Awards Program and will receive a certificate. Club Sponsors: Adam Jones, Beth Carlisle, Lori Carson, Elizabeth White, Amanda Fussell.
Lower Grades Book Club
The lower grades book club consists of second grade students selected from applicants. Book club members participate with a group of students focused on the same literature selection. Advisors guide the participants through activities and discussions centered upon deeper understanding and increasing skills. Club Sponsors: Beth McConnell and Chanet Long.
Upper Grades Book Club
The upper grades book club consists of third and fourth grade students selected from applicants. Book club members participate with a group of students focused on the same literature selection. Advisors guide the participants through activities and discussions centered upon deeper understanding and increasing skills. Club Sponsors: Jill Thompson and Tori Culverhouse.
Students grade 3-5 are welcome to participate. Running club meets at 7:15 in the morning to run laps. In the Fall and Spring, we participate in the MCSD 1 mile run event. Club Sponsor: Coach Ardovino.