• Clubs & Activities at Hopkins Elementary

    Hopkins Elementary offers many clubs and activities throughout the year.  Clubs may run for the entire year or for a limited time, meet before school, during school or after school.  For specific information on the club you are interested in, please select from the list below.

  • FIRST LEGO League

    The FIRST Lego League club is made up of 4th and 5th grade students.  These students use science, technology, engineering, and math to program robots and solve real-world problems.

    Audience:
    4th and 5th grade students

    Sponsors:
    Dr. Cable and Ms. Mercer

    Meeting Location:
    Dr. Cable's Room

    Duration:
    Daily throughout the school year

    Fees: 

    N/A

  • Safety Patrol

    Safety patrols are made up of fifth grade students who are committed to helping all students practice safe hallway behavior.

    Audience: 
    5th Grade Students

    Sponsors:
    Ms. Hodges

    Duration:
    The Entire School Year

    Fees: 

    N/A

  • Art Club

    In the Fall, students will use different artistic techniques to create art show ready work and to put on an art show for Hall-O-Read.  

    In the Spring, students will design and create the sets for the Fine Arts show, "The Greatest Showman."

    Audience: 
    Students in grades 3-5

    Sponsors: 
    Ms. Edson

    Meeting Location: 
    Ms. Edson's Room

    Duration: 
    Wednesdays from 3:00pm - 4:00pm 

    Fees: 
    N/A

  • Girl Scouts

    Teaching life skills based on the Girl Scouts promise and law using hands on activities.

    Audience: 
    Daisies (K-1), Brownies (2nd-3rd), Juniors (4th-5th)

    Sponsor: 
    Ana Bedon

    Meeting Location:
    To Be Announced

    Duration:
    To Be Announced

    Fees: 
    Registration fee- $25.00   

    Badges- $15.00 

    Supplies- $5.00

    Brownies & Daisies Uniform (optional)- $20.00

    *WellCare, CareSource, Amerigroup, and Peach State pay for membership and badges.*

  • Fine Arts

    Students meet to learn different variations of the arts  including: dance, drama, and art.  The club will perform at various functions and events for the school and community.

    Audience: 
    K-5

    Sponsors: 
    Ms. Soto, Ms. Clyde, Ms. Miller

    Meeting Location: 
    Various locations in the school.

    Duration: 
    All school year from 3:00p.m. - 5:00p.m. on Thursdays.

  • Running Club

    The Running Club is an activity to encourage fitness and healthy living through running. It's open to all students in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades. The runners will meet in the upper gym before heading out to the course. The course is a 1/2-mile loop starting around the lower field then proceeding to the black then back around to the lower field. Each practice students will have run between 1-2.5 miles.

    Audience:
    Grades 3-5

    Sponsor:
    Ms. Nix/Atlanta Track Club

    Meeting Location:
    Lower Gym

    Duration:
    Mondays 3:00pm - 4:00pm

    Fall Semester

    Dues:
    N/A


  • P.O.W.2.E.R.

    The P.O.W.2.E.R. School Based Mentoring program uses mentoring as a tool to assist in building character, promoting positive behavior and helping students reach their personal best in school, at home, and in the community.

    Audience:
    4th and 5th grade

    Sponsors:
    Ms. Townsend, Ms. Chapman, Mr. Roberts

    Meeting Location:
    Project Learning Room

    Duration: 
    Wednesdays from 7:30AM-8:15AM

    Fees:
    N/A

  • Soccer

    2nd-5th grade students (no matter what experience) will learn soccer skills and play on a team! 3 Varsity High school coaches lead practices in the fall, teaching the students soccer skills with their great expertise!

    Audience:
    2nd-5th grades

    Sponsors:
    Ms. Dart

    Meeting Location:
    Cafeteria and the lower field

    Duration:
    Wednesdays from 3:00pm-4:20pm

    Fees:
    N/A

  • Student Council

    Student Council is a great way to promote student involvement in school.  Representatives from 4th and 5th Grades will be selected by their peers to serve as year-long leaders in the school.  Student Council is designed to foster student leadership and support academic skills.  Our activities and projects will be conducted to benefit the school and its students, teachers, and staff.  It will hopefully teach all members that students can make a difference -- at home, at school, in their community, and in the world.

    Audience:
    5th grade

    Sponsors:
    Mrs. Mooney and Ms. Merritt

    Meeting Location:
    Online via Zoom

    Duration:
    Monthly

    Fees: 

    N/A