The following clubs are offered at ACES. Please contact the coordinator for more information or to join the club.
TEACHER SPONSORED CLUBS
Chorus is open to any 3rd, 4th or 5th student. We will meet on Monday and Thursday mornings beginning in January. Forms will be sent home in early December. Parents/Guardians are responsible for arranging transportation for your child. Please see Mrs. Reynold's Music Website for more information about Chorus.
Pieces of Gold
Pieces of Gold if open to any 5th grade student. We will meet on Tuesday mornings. Forms will be sent home this week and are due back on September 8th. Please see Mrs. Reynold's Music Website for more information about Pieces of Gold.
Art club students will meet once a week, on Tuesdays, Wednesday, OR Thursday from 8:30-9:00a.m. Art Club is open to all 2nd-5th Grade students. The students will participate in a choice based creative environment to explore different types of art and art activities.
Students will be allowed to choose the activities they work on each week. If they like a specific activity they can focus on that for multiple week or try something new each week. As they freely create and explore techniques, they will also be able to connect with students from other classes and become invested in our larger art community.
Interested students should obtain an application from Mr. Imfeld and return it to the Art Room. Students will be notified of acceptance. Mr. Imfeld will meet the students at the cafeteria entrance of the school on club days. If you have any questions, feel free to email Mr. Imfeld at email@example.com.
Mileage club is opened to boys and girls in 1st – 5th grade. The goal of Mileage club is to provide a fun and supportive way for you to be active, set goals, and have fun.
The club will meet Tuesday and Thursdays before school (8:30 am) and walk, jog, run, skip, hop, and leap around the track. You will log laps (5 laps around the track makes 1 mile) and work toward a lap goal. Exercise, special incentives, and having fun are a few of the perks of joining Mileage Club. Hope you will join us!!!
Library Leaders will work one designated morning a week from 8:45-9:15. They will help check in and out books, sort and shelve returned books, and create library displays. These responsible students are committed to helping others find books that interest them and promoting the library program. If you love books and helping others, you will want to apply to be a Library Leader!
The Safety Patrol is a select group of Fifth Graders that are committed to providing a safe school environment for all students at Abbotts Creek Elementary. A Safety Patrol member should be responsible, respectful, cooperative, and helpful. They should always model ACES expectations. Students on Safety Patrol helps keep our halls, stairs and common areas safe. The safety patrol works every day to help serve our students and our school.
We do have limited spaces available but may implement a rotation schedule if we have a high number of qualified students. To apply students must complete the Google Form found HERE or they may pick up a paper application from Ms. Carroll (room 1208). Selection criteria will be based on the student availability, written statement, member diversity, and lottery if needed. Acceptance will be no later than September 15th. If selected, completion of the Parent Agreement and Student Contract will be required.
VOLUNTEER & THIRD PARTY SPONSORED CLUBS
ACES Coding Club
Students will use code.org Code Studio which is a fun, creative platform for learning basic coding and computer science! Using a blended learning model, children are learning with a mix of online activities (on the computer) and “unplugged” classroom activities that do not use a computer.
This format helps nurture creativity, problem solving, collaboration, and logic through interactive, self-paced tutorials, featuring short video lectures and game-like puzzles. Students will study topics such as:
The club will be 8-weeks long on Wednesdays from 8-9am.
If accepted, completion of the following documents are required:
Want to see what it's all about with a Frozen or Star Wars game? Go to code.org and try it out.
Volunteers Needed: Coding Club is run entirely by parent volunteers. Please consider signing up to help. It is only a one hour a week commitment for duration of the eight week session. We ask that volunteers commit to attending at least 6 of the 8 sessions. We need at least 4-5 parents at each session, so there will be plenty of room for all who want to volunteer. It’s an amazing experience to see these kids learn how computers work and to build code themselves. You must be cleared through to volunteer through Wake County Schools but no prior coding experience necessary. Please email if you have additional questions or would like to sign up firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the coding club blog!
A safe, mistake free environment without criticism encourages students to take risks. Students relax, focus, see art from our different perspective and succeed with work that astounds them. 25 years of classroom experience combined with assistance from child experts has led to our fail safe process that assists students of any age to create work beyond their imagination! To express and expand their minds to possibilities fear may have previously limited.
Thursday 4:00pm - 5:00pm
4th and 5th Grade
The Yearbook Club will meet on Fridays, December 1st through March 9th from 8:15am-9:00am in room 1113. Students will need to be dropped off by 8:25am in front of the school. Club sponsor(s) will be waiting at the door to let members into the school. Please note, because of the challenges that come with putting together a yearbook, the club size will be limited to a maximum of 20 students.