Extracurricular and After School Activities for Spring 2018

HFE's after school program, Generation InFocus, is offered each day from 2:45 pm to 6:30 pm. This is not a program that is run by HFE. Generation InFocus has a contract with Fulton County Schools to offer their program on our school property. Please check out their website - Generation InFocus. If you have any questions about the program, please contact them. Registration will go through their website. Click here to check out their flier


Additional after school activities are also available. 





Flag Football (K - 2nd & 3rd - 5th)

Cheerleading (K - 5th)

STEM Club (2nd - 5th) - Full for Spring 2018




Guitar Club 

Kid Chess 

Girls on the Run

Ballet (1st - 5th) - email Beverly Greenslade for information



Ballet (Pre-K and K) - email Beverly Greenslade for information

KidzKeys (piano) 

Chorus (4th and 5th)




Art a la Carte 

Let’s Pretend Drama 

Girls on the Run

Sports Spectacular (K - 2nd & 3rd - 5th)



Excellence in Etiquette

Gymnastics - Winter 2018



The 4th/5th grade chorus practices after school on Wednesdays from 2:30-3:30.  The chorus will perform at 8 events throughout the school year.
Website: http://trudemusic.weebly.com/chorus.html
Contact: Ms. Trude 

*Chorus is sponsored by the Eagle Alliance.  The fee to participate is $25, but is waived for Eagle Alliance members.  Additional supply fees may apply.


Girls on the Run:

Girls on the Run is a running program that inspires girls (3rd-5th grades) to be joyful, healthy, and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. The program culminates with the girls being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5K running event at the end of each semester. The goal of the program is to unleash confidence through accomplishment while establishing a lifetime appreciation of health and fitness. We will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4pm. 

Girls on the Run (3rd - 5th grades) spring program registration will open on December 15. Registrants can register via the online lottery system anytime between December 15 and January 17. Registration will close at 11:59 pm on January 17 and recipients will receive an email on January 18 to let them know their status. For teams that do not fill, registration will re-open on January 18. Programs begin the week of February 4. Register at GOTR Atlanta

Website:  http://www.girlsontherunatlanta.org
Contact:  Miriam Ryan


STEM Club:

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) 

The STEM club will meet on Mondays from 2:45-3:45pm starting the first week in September and running through the last week of April.  Alphia Brown (Tech Specialist), Sarah Severson (METI- Media & Educational Technology Instructor) and Nicole Gray will be leading the club.  There are 40 slots available for students in 2nd-5th grade and those slots are full.
The STEM club encourages students to be both problem solvers and critical thinkers by using hands-on activities that are challenging and fun.  Students will be working both individually and collaboratively.  Students will work with robotics, web design, app creation, 3D models, and more!  We will also be focusing on helping students create projects that they are proud of and will confident entering the county technology competition with.  
*STEM Club is sponsored by the Eagle Alliance.  The fee to participate is $25, but is waived for Eagle Alliance members.  Additional supply fees may apply.