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K Kids 

K-Kids is a "student-led" community-service organization, which operates under school regulations and draws its members from the student body.


 Mr. Piccolo


FALL: August – October

Student Football (5th & 6th), Girls Volleyball (5th & 6th), Boys and Girls Cross Country ( 4th, 5th, 6th)

WINTER: November - February

Boys Basketball (5th & 6th), Girls Basketball (5th & 6th), Student Wrestling Grades (4th - 6th)

SPRING: February - May

Student Baseball (5th & 6th), Girls Softball ( 5th & 6th), Student Track ( 4th - 6th), Boys Volleyball (5th & 6th)

Mr. Millar,

Athletic Director


Robotics is an exciting after school, co-curricular program where students  build a functioning robot out of Lego pieces that can be computer programmed to maneuver across a playing field while performing multiple missions. Each year, a specific theme is generated by the F.I.R.S.T. Lego League.  Teams have eight weeks to set up their table elements (competition course) and design their robot to successfully maneuver the field within a two and a half minute period of time.  At the end of the 8 week program, teams compete their "Bots" against other Robots in area and state competitions.  Teams compete in three rounds each. Each completed mission awards the team points.  The round that scores the team's most points is their competition round.

Through Robotics, students learn programming language, basic physics, and engineering principles, sportsmanship, team cooperation, critical thinking, and problem solving skills.

 Mrs. Cobb

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad is a fun extra-curricular activity that is designed to motivate and increase student interest in science.  S. O. helps develop methodical problem solving and communication skills through teamwork as they prepare for and compete in the Fresno County interscholastic academic tournament.   Students in grades 3-6 may participate with ONE partner in up to 3 events.  There are approximately 15 different event choices which vary from “hands-on” to analytical.   

Derrick Davis 

Oral Interpretation

Group oral interpretation is a choral recitation of a poem or story.  The group of children, 5th-6th graders, learn creative movement to enhance the delivery of the often humorous story.  The performance has taken place the last few years at Clark’s Mercedes Edwards Theater in February.  

Everyone interested in joining is welcome.  All the children learn the appreciation of literature interpretation, oral language and the skills it requires, and working together as a group.  They also have a lot of fun along the way.  Rehearsals are typically held before school.  Scripts are distributed in the month of November.  

Ms McElhaney

Group Oral Interp



Peer Counseling

Peer Counseling is a dynamic program in which students help their schoolmates solve problems or disputes.  The mediators, who are students in grades 5 & 6, are trained in problem solving strategies.  Using questioning techniques, the mediators guide the disputants through the problem with the hopes that a resolution will be the end result.  

Students who are interested in this program fill out applications. This is a one-year commitment and students patrol various lunch recesses.

Mrs. Fox


The Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) Program in Clovis Unified is designed to provide special enrichment for students who have demonstrated exceptional abilities and whose educational needs may not be fully met without modifications of the regular instructional program.  Each of the District's schools plans and implements its own GATE program according to the needs of its students.

The gifted child's educational needs are met in the regular classroom on an as-needed, daily basis.  Century will no longer be supporting an early morning pull-out program.  

GATE certification at Century begins in 4th grade and the criteria is:
~ 95%ile in both Language Arts and Math on the California Standards Test, or 
~ 98%ile on the district-administered Otis-Lennon Intelligence Test, or 
~ Special circumstance

Scores of ALL students are analyzed at the beginning of each school year; parents will be notified in September if their child has met the above stated certification requirements

 Mrs. Ansiel

Cheer / Spirit


Mrs. Carter


All students in grades 5 and 6 may participate in the school chorus. Choir performs for student assemblies at Century and at several parent functions during the school year. The chorus also participates in two District sings and they perform at one community service function during the school year. 

Mrs. Grogg


Orchestra are offered to students in grades 5 and 6. 

Mr. Withrow


 Students learn about drama.

 Mrs. Carter

Student Council

Student Council is a great way for upper graders to get involved with student government. Elections are held twice a year. A student may hold office one semester per year. During the student council term, elected officers help in various ways. Whether it is planning school activities, promoting Character Counts, assisting teachers and administration, or inspecting and keeping our campus safe, our student leadership is having fun.

Mrs. Couwenhoven

Beginning Band

Beginning band is available to all 5th grade students.  In this class, students will learn how to assemble, care for, and begin to play an instrument.  No previous instruction is required.  In band, students can learn to play woodwinds (flute, clarinet, alto sax, and tenor sax), brass (trumpet / cornet, french horn, trombone, and baritone), or percussion (snare drum, bass drum, bells, and auxiliary percussion).

 Mr. Kuyper

 Advanced Band

 Advanced band is available to all 6th grade students.  In this class, students will build on their fundamental skills and learn to play more complex music in a variety of styles.  Previous experience, such as a completed year of Beginning Band, is expected but not required.

 Mr. KuyperJog a thon.pptx

 Jog-A-thon Info