Clubs/Activities

Art Club Description

Art Club Description - Students will have the opportunity to participate in both individual and group projects not covered during the regular Art classes.  Some activities that we will cover include Pendulum painting and slime making!  Grades: K-4 (Chapman)

Building Club: Legos, Tinker Toy, and Blocks

What child doesn't love to use their imagination to build? Building club will provide tools that help stimulate and develop spatial intelligence.  Grades 1st and 2nd (N. Jones/Cannon)

Creating with Legos- Grades 3-4

Use your imagination to create wonderful things with legos. We will be using Lego bricks to create different structures while collaboratively working with each other.  This is an exciting way to use your critical thinking skills. Bring your imagination.  (Gauthier/Nisbett) 

World Traveler Junior club

We will explore all seven continents.  We will explore countries in each continent and show how they differ from us.  Such as the culture, dance, language, how they dress, games they play, and arts/crafts.  The students will create arts and crafts and learn different languages while they are in here. Grades Kinder and 1st (Harrell/Shivers)

World Traveler Senior Club

World Traveler Senior Club - We will explore all seven continents. We will explore countries in each continent and show how they differ from us.  Such as the culture, dance, language, how they dress, games they play, and arts and crafts. The students will create arts and crafts and learn different languages while they are in here. Grades 2-4 (Rodriguez)

Bejeweled Club

Bejeweled Club - We will make jewelry, frames and other "bejeweled" accessories. Supplies will be provided.  There will be a maximum of 22 students in the club open for grades 2-4. (Ray)

Yoga Club

Yoga Club - The yoga club will be a place for stretches, stories, directions, relaxation and overall well-being! In our group, we will learn basic poses for yoga, and some information regarding the benefits of each particular pose.  We will practice the breathing techniques suggested for total health and mind clearing. Mats will be provided. Comfortable clothes are necessary so that the participant can easily bend over and try all the poses without being constrained by clothing. (Stabler/Seeton) Grades 2-4

Music and Movement Club

Music and Movement Club - Our class incorporates music and movement by using academic as well as popular songs made for children.  We will learn about melody, lyrics, and rhythm and some basic dance moves.  This will be a fun and creative way to get some exercise by singing and dancing!  Kindergarten Only (Nuckolls/Crosby)

Fun in the Field

Fun in the Field - This club will feature Field Day type games that will be played outside.  We will try out new equipment, play innovative games, work with a team, and vote on what to play next. In the event of bad weather, we will play strategy type games in a classroom.  Grades 3-4 (Brunt/Schmidt)

The STEM Club, Jr.

encourages students to be problem-solvers and critical thinkers using hands-on activities that are both fun and challenging. The STEM Club is for students in grades K-1 at all abilities levels.  The goal is to increase critical thinking skills of each student through hands-on projects and challenges.  Students work in teams to explore a problem presented to them. Sponsors:  H. Jones/Willis

The STEM club Sr.

encourages students to be problem-solvers and critical thinkers using Literature and hands-on activities that are both fun, challenging, and real-world related. The STEM Club Sr. is for students in grades 3rd and 4th all ability levels. The goal is to increase critical thinking skills of each student through hands-on projects and challenges. Students work in teams to explore a problem presented to them. Sponsors: Stoker/Eichelberger

Your Move! – Board Game Club

Your Move! – Board Game Club – Grade Level 1-4  - Board games can teach important skills, such as sharing, patience, strategy and sportsmanship. Board games can foster the ability to focus, and lengthen a player’s stamina by encouraging the completion of an exciting, enjoyable game. The message inherent in board games is: Never give up.   Sponsors:  Bates/Martinez – Grade Level 1-4  - Board games can teach important skills, such as sharing, patience, strategy and sportsmanship. Board games can foster the ability to focus, and lengthen a player’s stamina by encouraging the completion of an exciting, enjoyable game. The message inherent in board games is: Never give up.   Sponsors:  Bates/Martinez

Math Pentathlon

Math Pentathlon is a club for anyone who likes to play math games! Joining the club will give students a chance to compete in the spring at a competition. Students who are interested in competing will need to pay a small fee later in the fall. Open to 2nd-3rd grade. (McBride/Hardy/Walker/Stoker (4th)). This is an afterschool Club and you must sign up with the teacher. 

Battle of the Books

Battle of the Books is a district-wide, after school book club with a competitive twist for third and fourth grade students.  The goals of the program are to encourage and recognize students who enjoy reading, broaden reading interests, increase reading comprehension, and promote academic excellence. Every elementary school has a team participating. Students will be quizzed on their retention of details and understanding of five novels. (Students in this club will also meet during club time.) Sponsors:  Nti This is an afterschool Club and you must sign up with the teacher.

Career Investigations

Career Investigations - Thinking about careers is fun and important! Students will participate in career research and explore job options. We will invite guest speakers from a variety of backgrounds to share their experiences with our students. We plan to have an end of the year career celebration where students will dress up as the career they choose. Grades 1-2 (Torres)   Grades 3-4 (Vertz/Williams)

Computer Science Club

COMPUTER SCIENCE CLUB:  Like computer games and solving problems? Join us for beginner CODING and learn how to program your own games and animations. (Please note: This club is NOT for just playing video games—students will learn basic digital citizenship and problem-solving skills, as well as programming concepts and computational thinking.) K-2nd (Walker)    3rd and 4th (Crane)

Club Jiu Jitsu

Club Jiu Jitsu:  Build confidence through basic self-protection, verbal Jiu Jitsu, social skills and self-control. Be the hero Cabaniss needs!  School Sponsor Mr. Dye, Leader Casey Gray from Jitsu 360. Grades 2-4

Cabaniss Book Club

Come and join the Cabaniss Book Club were we will read books and respond in new and exciting ways.  Be prepared to write letters to characters in our stories or create objects from the book. Grades 2-4 (Nti)

The Kindness Rock Project

The Kindess Rock Project encourages people to spread positivity by painting rocks with an inspirational saying.  Students in this club will paint rocks that will become the Cabaniss Kindness Garden for all students, parents and visitors to enjoy. Join our club and help spread a little kindness.  Grades K-4 (Thomas, Hock, Saucers)

Visionaries

A student-created board is a great way to help students set goals and visualize reaching them! On a vision board, students display images that represent whatever they want to be, do or have in their life.  Once we have brainstormed our goals, we will create a vision board that will inspire and encourage students to reach their goals. (Grades 1-2 McBride)   (Grades 3-4 Reed)

Cabaniss Get Fit Club

Students will be able to be healthy and active while strengthening their body muscles through work out activities such as walking, jogging, lunges, and leg curls. This will be for boys and girls grades 2-4 (Henry)

Drum Club

Students will develop and practice skills in rhythm and drum performance. Students will also use their community-building skills in order to work together and participate in a group setting. Grades 3-4 Mr. Fuller

Club 212

4th grade boys will be learning skills and strategies to take their professional demeanor to the next degree. Leadership training has never been this much fun when we learn from mentors who are at the top of their field! Activities range from tying a tie, shaking hands, elevator speech, goal setting, volunteerism, business etiquette, ect. Sponsor: Mr. Looney