• Ambassadors 

    Our B.R.A.V.E. Ambassadors are 4th and 5th grade students who are the face of Oak Grove.  They play a key role in greeting visitors, helping new students, as well as hosting events and programs.  Students are nominated by their 3rd grade teacher and can stay for two years.  bradley.nisha@fcboe.org 


    In addition to daily music lessons and grade-level performances, Mrs. Reyes teaches a volunteer chorus after school typically with a spring performance for students and families.  reyes.ashleigh@fcboe.org 

    Club Inspire

    Club Inspire is a student-led kindness club open to 4th and 5th graders. During the meetings, the students will perform short kindness skits, play kindness games, and work on random acts of kindness. Club Inspire members also do a service project each year. Please contact Mrs. Bradley (bradley.nisha@fcboe.org) with questions. 


    D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) is a police officer-led series of classroom lessons that teaches 5th Grade students how to resist peer pressure and live productive drug and violence-free lives. Corporal Paul Smilley will begin in January to teach this 10-week program to our 5th Grade students.  smilley.paul@fcboe.org 

    Girls Growing Together

    Girls Growing Together is a club of 4th and 5th grade girls that meet together to grow in their faith and fitness.  whitson.natalie@fcboe.org 

    Good News Club

    Good News Club® is a ministry of Child Evangelism Fellowship that meets each Monday with each student's parent’s permission. Each week the leaders present exciting Bible lessons.  This time also includes songs, Scripture memory, a missions story and review games or other activities focused on the lesson’s theme.  jones.jennifer@fcboe.org 

    Math Team

    Every year, our county hosts an elementary math tournament. Each school sends a team of 4th graders and 5th graders to compete. Each team consists of three team members and one alternate. The teams prepare months ahead of time at their individual schools.  ivey.sarah@fcboe.org  donaldson.heather@fcboe.org 


    Our morning live news program at Oak Grove, 5th grade students can sign up periodically to run technical or perform on talent.  Click here for details.  blum.kenneth@fcboe.org

    Poetry Recitation 

    Poetry Recitation is a unique challenge for interested students. Students memorize a poem for reciting in front of their peers and can advance to the County Poetry Festival.  Guidelines are available in late fall with the County recitation typically in January.  grant.bethany@fcboe.org 

    Running Club

    Coaches King and Turk host Running Club each morning (weather pending) throughout the school year.  Open to all, students can use their laps to earn mileage towards the fall Kids Marathon.  king.julie@fcboe.org  

    Quiz Club

    Open to 5th graders, this club is a kind of precursor for middle school Academic Team / Quiz Bowl.  We meet during recess once a week for fun quizzes and competitions.  blum.kenneth@fcboe.org 

    Safety Patrol

    Safety patrol is for responsible 4th and 5th grade students interested in making Oak Grove a safe and friendly place for students arriving and leaving each day. Safety patrol members will assist at car rider drop off in the mornings or afternoons as well as bus duty. barfield.courtney@fcboe.org or price.heather@fcboe.org  

    Science Olympiad

    A competition in numerous science topics, Mrs. Eller supervises this large group for spring competition.  Click here for details.  eller.karenc@fcboe.org 

    Technology Competition

    GaSTC (Georgia Student Technology Competition) is a statewide technology competition where students in grades 3-12 compete in a variety of technology categories.  The first round is competing against other Fayette County students.  Top finishers compete in the region.  Region top winners compete at the state level.  Our main goal is to challenge students to become leaders in a digital age.  For a list of categories, visit www.gastc.org  walters.lori@fcboe.org