Clubs

Lego Club

The Lego Club will be building, building, building this school year! The goal of the Lego Club is to get the students working together for a common goal. What is that goal? Literally building Lego cities!!! Every month to two months (depending on how fast they build), the kids will get to construct Lego sets from some of their favorite collections. Ranging from Star Wars to Super Heroes, real architecture to fantasy worlds, our students will have fun building these Lego sets all the while developing great focus, planning, and teamwork skills. Lego Club is open to FCA students in grades 1-4.
Teacher: Eli Hurt

Health and Wellness

At FCA 2nd-4th grade students have the opportunity to participate in Wellness Club. This program is designed specifically for elementary youth and is available as an elective. The main goal for the program is to encourage a healthier lifestyle, improve overall wellness, and ultimately have fun! Kids will be taught the benefits of a well-balanced diet, and encouraged to be active throughout the day. Each period begins with a structured physical activity and concludes with a “cool down” or class discussion. Activities might include kickball, ultimate frisbee, soccer, yoga, jump rope, flag football, or basketball, just to name a few. This elective is designed to provide our students with an extra opportunity for exercise and physical activity, while also emphasizing the importance of healthy choices in diet, exercise, and recreation. Through Wellness Club each student is motivated and challenged to reach individual wellness goals while also learning how to work and play within a team atmosphere.
Teacher: Eli Hurt

Beta Club

The Junior & Senior Beta Club strives to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students. Our focus is to not only to help those inside our school walls but also those in the community. We believe in upholding moral values and learning how to demonstrate these virtues in everyday life.
Sposors: Kim Windom & Sarah Fischer

Yearbook

The Yearbook Club meets the last quarter of the school year to gather photos, arrange layout, and prepare the yearbook for publishing. The yearbook is distributed to students at the beginning of the next school year. Yearbook is available to 9th grade students only.
Teacher: Sarah Fischer

Media

Media Club is open to Grades 5-9. This club is held the first quarter of the school year. Media Club is a group of creative and talented students interested in film, television, journalism and web development. The students create a morning media production that is shown to the entire school body every Friday morning during that quarter. This productions includes the pledge of allegiance, singing of the national anthem, school announcements, an interview or human interest segment and prayer.
Teacher: Kim Windom and Sarah Fischer

Drama

Drama Club is open to Grades 5-9. This club is held the third quarter of the school year. Drama Club is designed for students interested in learning more about the aspects of theater. This includes learning stage terminology, working on acting skills, set building, social skills and costumes/makeup design. In order for a student to participate in the production, the student must attend drama class. The students will prepare and practice for a school day performance to be held at the end of the quarter.
Teacher: Kim Windom

Good Samaritan

The Good Samaritan club is open to Grades 5-9 and it's focus is on helping others. This class participates in projects and activities to help the local community as well as our school. Some of their activities include making goody bags for police officers, making fleece lap blankets for seniors citizens, corresponding with seniors, and writing get well wishes to members of local congregations. The students also help the preschool teachers at the end of the day, and as the need arises they do peer tutoring with 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades.
Teacher: Brenda Brown