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Clubs and Activities

Students at Honey Creek are encouraged to participate in the many clubs that we enjoy at school. Check your student's weekly folder to see what is available and how your child can benefit from these programs.

Bee Bots Robotics Team is a FIRST LEGO League program. First Lego League is a global program created to get kids excited about science and technology.s signature set of Core Values (contributions of others, friendly sportsmanship, learning, and community involvement). This club is limited to 4th and 5th grade students.
BTV Crew provides students with opportunities to direct, produce, and anchor a school news program. The crew of BTV utilizes the news show to promote school spirit, celebrate individual and group accomplishments, and inform students of school events. Membership is open to all 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students whose applications are accepted based on previous good attendance, responsibility, teacher recommendations, and availability of slots to be filled.
Marathon in a Month Club promotes cardiovascular fitness. Students run Monday through Friday through the month of October. Volunteers keep distance records for each member. The goal is to run a total of 26.2 miles (distance of a marathon). Membership is open to all students in grades 2 - 5.
Mileage Club promotes physical fitness and expands/develops students’ running ability. Membership is open to students in grades 1 through 5 and kindergartners with parent participation.
Reading Bowl Club members will read at least four of the Georgia Book Award Nominees. Members will review and discuss the books in preparation to compete for spots on the Reading Bowl Team. Ten members will be selected to compete in the Rockdale County Reading Bowl.
Safety Patrol Club develops leadership skills for our students. Membership is open to 4th and 5th graders. Club activities include monitoring hallway and cafeteria conduct and outside car safety under strict adult supervision.
Student Council teaches students about the democratic method for making decisions that involve the entire school. Students who serve on Student Council make decisions about school projects and listen to the ideas of their classmates, while remaining fair and respectful to all students. Membership is open to one representative and one alternate per homeroom as well as four 5th grade officer positions. Students must be elected to these positions by their classmates. Club activities include contributing ideas to school-wide spirit days and various service projects.