Because the Journey Matters...
Mt. Comfort Elementary School (MCE) offers several extra-curricular activites for students to get involved in. MCE staff know that getting students involved in opportunities they are interested in Engages and Empowers students to discover their strengths.
Many of the extra curricular activities have been successful in meeting the students' goals. Success is defined here as providing a positive experience that builds students' character, helps identify strengths and enriches the students' lives.
MCE has several extra curricular activities to enhance student learning and service. These activities are before or after school and do require parents to provide transportation from the activity.
Art Club is open to interested third, fourth, & fifth grade students. The art teacher at MCE develops the curriculum and has more information for interested students.
Size is limited.
Contact: Mrs. Liz Jenkins
Choir is open to interested fourth and fifth grade students. Choir has over twenty-five practices and several performances per year. Size is limited.
Contact: Mr. Benjamin Batman
MCE has a computer club. It is open to a limited number of students in grades 4-5.
Contact: Mrs. Lauren Bailey
Students in grades four and five are encouraged to take a one hundred question geography test in the spring. The highest scoring student of each school gets his/her name on the Geography Bee plaque in the Administration Office. In the event of a tie, a second test is given.
Students will learn the basics of reading music, learn to play a musical instrument in an ensemble setting, and most of all have fun! The Bell Choir is a great opportunity for students that are considering joining the band in 6th grade.
The Bell Choir meets
Day: Thursday 2:15 - 3:00
Contact: Dir. Mrs. Erin Flick Assistant Dir. Mrs. Pat Ringer & Mrs. Fran Overstreet
Students in grades one through four may participate in each school’s math club. Club size is limited. Math Pentathlon games are taught and some invite students to participate in the regional contest.
1st grade Day: Monday Contact: Mrs. Amanda Holland
2nd grade day: Wednesday Contact: Mrs. Stacy Webber
3rd grade day: Wednesday Contact: Mrs. Nikki Lynch
4th grade day: Monday Contact: TBD
While students in grades one and two may participate in T-Races in the classroom and school, third, fourth & fifth grade students have the opportunity to win the school T-Race in addition and multiplication. School finalists come from each third, fourth, & fifth grade classroom. One winner in each category from each school gets his/her name on the Trace plaque in the Administration Office.
Third, fourth, & fifth grade students participate in a classroom spelling bee. The two finalists from each classroom face head to head competition in the school spelling bee. The school winner advances to district competition and receives his/her name on the Spelling Bee plaque in the Administration Office.
Two students from each third, fourth, and fifth grade classroom are elected by classmates in the fall to serve as representatives for the student council. Elections occur after a speech to the class is given. The student council meets 15 to 20 times during the year and some service activities are required.
Contact: Mrs. Carla Renforth
MCE has a writing club. It is open to a limited number of students in grades 3-5.
Contact: Mrs. Allison Moore