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4-H Club
4-H has a long history of helping youth "learn by doing". When youth are thoughtfully guided through the do-reflect-apply process, there is tremendous potential for positive youth development and growth. 4-H focuses on teaching new topics and life skills development. The 4-H result is a fun fulfilling learning experience.

Art Club
Art Club is available to fourth and fifth grade students who excel in art and desire to develop their skills and talents outside of regular art class time. Students meet Tuesdays after school every other week. Throughout the year, students complete a variety of special projects, such as hand built ceramics, wheel thrown pottery, paintings on canvas, murals in the school, recycled art, and crafts. By participating in art club, students gain valuable creative experiences and become better prepared for art in middle school and beyond.

MISSION STATEMENT: To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.

ACHIEVEMENT - Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement

CHARACTER - Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful

LEADERSHIP - Developing the leaders of tomorrow

SERVICE - Demonstrating our motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Othersd)

Laker Chorus
The Laker Chorus is an auditioned group of 4th and 5th grade students. This ensemble has a tradition of excellence, and has received Superior ratings at Large Group Performance Evaluation. The Laker Chorus holds four concerts a year: the Fall Concert in October, the Christmas Concert in December, a Pre-LGPE concert in early March, and a Spring Concert in May. Consider coming to a concert this year!

Math Fest
Math Fest is a county wide Math competition for elementary schools. Allatoona Elementary is represented by both a fourth and fifth grade team. The teams meet weekly and prepare for various math activities at the Spring competition.

Physical Education
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Science Olympiad
Science Olympiad is a 3rd-5th grade activity in which students practice for an all day competition involving 18 science related activities. Allatoona students compete against other Bartow and Paulding County schools at the annual event. Practices begin in November and continue through March. Students must complete an application and maintain good grades to be a member of the Science Olympiad team.