OOH'S and AH-HAH'S...
That's what we're after.
Our youngest Trojans are always searching for more. That's why we have a wide array of opportunities to keep our students engaged and learning. Here at Carrollton Elementary, there is truly something for everyone. Below is a list of the clubs we offer and the contact information of the club sponsor. Thank you for supporting us and our students as they continue to grow into successful learners in and out of the classroom.
- Art Club
- Coding Club
- Culinary Club
- Lego Club
- Math Team
- Science Olympiad
- The PAC
- Trojans on the Trail Running Club
- Sign Language Club
Description: Students will create more in depth projects that include painting on canvas, advanced watercolor techniques, printmaking, and working with clay.
Meetings: Tuesday (biweekly)
Sponsor: Amy Boehms and Airyonna Ayala
Description: Learning to code with Scratch, an online programming language used to create interactive stories, games, and animations.
Sponsor: Katie Hamilton
Description: Students explore and research, engage in hands-on construction, learn teamwork, use their imagination, and have fun with LEGO elements.
Meetings:Monday & Tuesday(bi-weekly)
Sponsor: Katie Hamilton
Description: Students develop math skills, knowledge, and teamwork through games, activities, and competitions. (invite only)
Sponsor: Elizabeth Gable, Stephanie McDowell
Description: Students increase their knowledge of science and technology through teamwork, problem solving, collaboration, and competitions.
Sponsor: Joseph Benefield, Annette Perkins
Description: The CES Trojan PAC is a performing arts club, directed by Tracey Morris, for 3rd grade CES students. Students will learn how to be a successful chorus and cast member and a confident performer. Students will learn proper breathing and singing techniques, appropriate performance etiquette, theatrical directions and staging, character building techniques, blocking, and choreography.
Sponsor: Tracey Morris
Description: Students will build stamina and learn how to take care of their bodies by developing healthy habits.
Sponsor: Barbie Simmons
Descripion: Students will learn sign language and increase their awareness of the Deaf Community and Culture.
Sponsor: Chaleen Sceals
Description: CES Strings, directed by Devonne Cooper, began in the 2000 school year and continues to inspire children to meet goals, teach one another, and perform with a team spirit. Based on Suzuki Violin styled instruction, classes meet after school in small groups for Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced students.
Meetings: Mon, Tues. Wed. (weekly)
Sponsor: Devonne Cooper