Clubs

Clubs/Extracurricular Activities

Forsyth Woods Elementary School is proud to offer our students opportunities to participate in various clubs and extracurricular activities.

  • Academic Scholars - Students receive an invitation to participate in this after-school program. Invited students in 2nd through 5th grade receive extra support in reading and math. The Academic Scholars meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30pm to 5:00pm.
  •  Art Club - Students receive an invitation to participate in this before-school program. Invited students learn additional art skills and have fun creating art. The Art Club meets on selected days. 
  • Battle of the Books - Students that enjoy reading are encouraged to participate in this after-school club. Every year our school prepares to participate in the Battle of the Books Contest with the Battle of the Books Club Students that prepare all year to answer questions about selected books. The Battle of the Books Club meets on selected days. 
  • Math and Science Club - Students receive an invitation to participate in this after-school program. Invited students in 5th grade have fun learning about Math and practicing Science concepts. The Math and Science Club meets twice a week.

  • News Crew - 5th grade students that participate in this before-school program learn how to report our school’s news and how to produce the Morning Announcements. The News Crew meets daily. 
  • Orff Ensemble - Students receive an invitation to participate in this after-school program. Invited students learn how to play and perform with musical instruments. The Orff Ensemble meets on selected days.
  • Safety Patrols - 5th grade students that participate in this daily before and after-school program received a nomination by school staff, completed an interview process, and follow certain guidelines to maintain their Safety Patrol duty. Safety Patrols direct children, not traffic. Safety Patrols are school-age leaders in traffic safety and serve as role models for children in our school community. Safety Patrols complete traffic safety training, help direct students to their daily arrival and dismissal areas, teach fellow students about traffic safety, and serve other leadership functions under the direction of school staff. Safety Patrols develop their safety awareness, leadership skills, teamwork skills, pride, citizenship, and respect for our school community through their participation in this program.   

        Safety Patrols must:

        *Be at their morning post from 8:10am - 8:40am
        *Be at their afternoon post from 2:50pm - 3:10pm 
        *Demonstrate Bucks Pride on and off-duty
        *Follow classroom and school rules and expectations on and off-duty
        *Maintain excellent grades in all of their classes (no grades lower than a C)
        *Adhere to the Safety Patrol Pledge

  • School Chorus - Students receive an invitation to participate in this after-school program. Invited students learn how to sing and perform songs. The School Chorus meets on selected days.  
  • Violin - Students receive an invitation to participate in this after-school program. Invited students learn how to play the violin. The Violin Program meets on selected days.