Thompson’s Station Activity Offerings
Thompson’s Station Elementary offers several activities for students to participate in before, after, and sometimes during school hours. These groups are designed to parallel skills taught during the school day and allow students to explore these areas further.
The Thompson’s Station Elementary Chorus is a choral group open to students in 4th and 5th grades who enjoy singing to improve their individual singing skills, learn about singing in a group and singing harmony, and prepare for the possibility of auditioning for middle school choir. Registration for the chorus is in late August, however, students new to TSES may contact the director regarding interest in joining. Chorus practice begins in September and is held on Friday mornings from 7:30 am – 8:30 am. There are two main performances that take place in December and April. Chorus runs throughout the school year. Director: Leslie Varden
The Green Team is an environmental team for students in grades 3rd through 5th that recycle for the school, learn about the environment, promote healthy environmental choices, and educate others about environmental issues. Sign-up link is available in September. The Green Team meets the second Tuesday of every month at 7:45am throughout the school year. Sponsor: Patricia Ivey.
Safety Patrol employs 5th grade volunteers to aid in student arrival. Sign–ups are done in late August or early September of every school year. Students rotate duty based on homerooms. Safety Patrol continues throughout the year. Contact: Jon Ferrie
The Thompson’s Station Student Council is a group of selected 4th and 5th grade students who represent the school and exemplify good leadership. Students participate in school and community service projects and serve as representatives of Thompson’s Station at various programs and activities. Students are selected in early September by writing an essay including their qualifications and then being chosen my their teacher. This program runs throughout the school year. Contact: Mariah Uttz