CLUBS

4-H

4-H in Livingston Parish is a part of a local, state, national, and international youth program open to 4th-12th grade students.  The goal of 4-H is to have youth develop life skills that help them succeed through hands-on experiences.  Some of these life skills include leadership, responsibility, dedication, communication, and self-confidence.  Members can participate in the Livingston Parish Fair exhibiting their livestock, or participate in projects like homemaking, agriculture, or a host of other contests.  The 4-H Club does fundraising for the American Heart Association and completes several community service projects each year.  

Book Club

Do you LOVE to read and talk about books?  If you answered YES, then the Book Club is for YOU!  

The purpose of the Book Club is to provide a safe, positive environment for students to read and discuss quality literature.  Book Club members are expected to read the selected book each month.  Then on Club Day, we will meet to discuss the book.

Creative Writing 

The Creative Writing Club is open to 7th and 8th grade students who enjoy writing and sharing original stories and poems while strengthening their writing skills.  

Dungeons and Dragons

The Dungeons and Dragons Club promotes team building and creative thinking through the use of the fantasy role playing game Dungeons and Dragons. Tabletop role playing is a great opportunity for students to make new friends with other peers who have the same interests and may come from a different background.

FCA

FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) is a faith-based, student-led club for athletes and all other students.  At each monthly meeting, the club plays team-building games, listens to Christian music, and listens to a motivational speaker with a Christian message to inspire and encourage students to live out their faith among their peers.  FCA also puts their faith into action; club members are encouraged and given opportunities to participate in community service projects.  

Glow Club

The purpose of the Glow Club is to promote inclusion.  The Glow Club meets monthly to help the students in the STARS Club to shine.  Members of the Glow Club will help the STARS prepare for Special Olympics and some other community field trips.  Everyone comes from a different background, and everyone is different.  In this club, everyone is accepted for who they are.  

Junior Beta Club

The Junior Beta Club focuses on top-notch academics and requires those involved to be service-minded and quality representatives of the academic and behavioral expectations of our school.  Club membership is only attained through invitation based on student merit and teacher recommendation.

Science Club

The Science Club is a hands-on learning environment.  Members are taught to question, investigate, and explore.  The Science Club meets once a month during Club Day, and members will either participate in an experiment or get to learn from a guest speaker.  You never know who's going to show up or what we're going to get into.

Sign Language Club

The mission of the Sign Language Club is to teach basic conversational sign language, raise awareness of deaf culture in America, and provide opportunities to speak to those within the deaf community.

STARS Club

Special Teens Among Real Scenes

The purpose of the STARS Club is to give community access to students with special needs.  Students in the STARS Club have an opportunity to socialize with other special needs students in Livingston Parish.

Team Sports Club

Team Sports Club is focused on helping members be active and healthy.  We also provide a wide range of sports activities for a diverse student population, with an emphasis on student development, leadership, teamwork, and social skills. 

Yearbook Club

The Yearbook Club is open to creative students in the 7th and 8th grades.  Students in the yearbook club will assist with taking pictures for the yearbook and creating pages for the yearbook.

You Go Girl

You Go Girl is a Christian-based club offered to 8th grade girls.  Young ladies in the club will learn about social and personal issues such as peer pressure, self-esteem, confidentiality, trustworthiness, and purity.  Each young lady will hopefully discover what an amazing, wonderful gift she is. 

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