FACT Clubs

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Foundation After-School Club Time (FACT)

The Mt. Bethel Elementary Foundation After-School Club Time (FACT) offers rolling registration. All FACT programs will accept registrations, via their websites, a minimum of 60 days prior to the start of any given FACT semester. There will not be a hard “open” registration date and many programs may open prior to 60 days. So, please check their websites to register. Note that no registrations or payments will be accepted at school.

The Fall FACT semester begins on Monday, September 9, 2019 and runs through Friday, December 6, 2019 for a total of 10 (FACT) weeks. Please note there will be no clubs for the weeks of September 23-27 (September Break), October 14-18 (Conference Week) and November 25-29 (Thanksgiving Break).  In addition, there are no clubs on Tuesday, November 5 (Election Day) but a make up day will be held December 10.  There will be a Cobb County early release day on October 10 at 12:30pm for Elementary Schools.  FACT Clubs will occur at their regularly scheduled times of 2:30-3:30 and 3:45-4:45 on that day.  ASP will be available starting at 12:30 or you can bring your child back at their FACT Club time. 

The Spring FACT semester begins on Monday, January 27, 2020 and runs through Friday, April 17, 2020 for a total of 10 (FACT) weeks. Please note there will be no clubs for the weeks of February 17-21 (February Break) and April 6-10 (Spring Break).  There will be a Cobb County early release day on March 11 at 12:30pm for Elementary Schools.  FACT Clubs will occur at their regularly scheduled times of 2:30-3:30 and 3:45-4:45 on that day.  ASP will be available starting at 12:30 or you can bring your child back at their FACT Club time. 

**There will be no makeups for school closings.

All Cobb County School District student conduct policies, as described in the student handbook, apply to students while participating in MBESF FACT Programs. Inappropriate behavior may result in student’s suspension or withdrawal from FACT Programs. No refunds of FACT registration fees will be provided if a student is withdrawn from FACT for violations of the student code of conduct.  Students will automatically be sent to ASP if they are not picked up within 10 minutes of the end of their FACT Club.

Fact Club Procedures


To facilitate a smooth transition from classrooms or ASP to FACT Clubs:

* ALL students must use the Mt. Bethel Transportation Change & Student Bus Pass form to indicate that the student is attending a FACT club for the first week of clubs (9/9-9/13) 

* Kindergartners participating in FACT Clubs MUST bring in this form on each day they are attending a FACT Club through Friday, December 6 (last day of FACT clubs).

Questions?  Email fact@mbesf.org

FACT Clubs - Spring 2020

Science.Technology.Engineering.Math (S.T.E.M.) Clubs




Thursday 2:30-3:30pm for grades K-1

Friday 2:30-3:30pm for grades 2-4


Brainy Builders is a creative Lego and K’nex program aligned with National and Georgia Education Performance standards. Brainy Builders kids learn by building! Utilizing Lego and K’nex Education kits, the materials and guided activities encourage critical thinking, problem solving, team building, collaboration, and important motor skill development, all while having fun. Students learn about levers, gears, wheels, axels, pulleys- all the components of basic machines and mechanisms (motorized and non-motorized) while exploring energy, balance and buoyancy. Through our themed building curriculum, students will develop skills within science, technology, engineering, mathematics, as well as language arts and literacy. Every new project features thought-provoking themes including, outer space, transportation, traveling, and community. For our advanced builders, projects involve construction and software programming providing movement to their Lego models while learning logic, sequencing and problem solving. Each of our advanced building activities provides a challenging series of STEM activities.

To register, visit: http://www.playinonpurpose.net




Monday 2:30-3:30pm OR 3:45-4:45 for grades 3-5

Exploring Programming with Drones


Why just play with drones when you can program them? In the air or on the ground, you will program and maneuver these drones through weekly challenges. Can your team conquer the maze, program the mission coordinate or win the race? This class focuses on problem solving and collaboration while introducing programming skills.  

Thursday 2:30-3:30pm OR 3:45-4:45pm for grades K-2

Jr. Circuits

Bring art, music and more to life with circuits and programming. We are very excited about our new class that will help students see how STEM can be a part of every aspect of their lives. Students will work in pairs to design and program circuit-based game devices, drum sets, interactive artwork and so much more. Inventors, artists and music lovers will enjoy these weekly challenges as creativity and technology come together.

To register, visit: www.brainy-bytes.com/nw-atlanta 




Tuesday 2:30-3:30pm for grades K-5

Thursday 2:30-3:30pm for grades K-5


Challenge Island Road Trip USA!

Pack your suitcases for a cross-country STEAM adventure! You and your tribe will play and engineer your way from sea to shining sea: From the Statue of Liberty to Yosemite; from the Colorado Rockies to the Hawaiian Volcanoes; from the Great Lakes to the Golden Gate Bridge; From the theme parks of Orlando to the red carpets of Hollywood. This imagination-fueled engineering-filled excursion across the USA promises to have you smiling from coast to coast!

For more information please visit https://challenge-island.com/marietta/

To register, visit: https://login.challenge-island.com/index.php?action=location&location=3



MB ROBOTICS CLUB (Grades 1 to 3) 

Wednesday 2:30-3:30pm & 3:45-4:45pm

Ms. Griffee


This fun and interactive club exposes Mt. Bethel’s budding engineers to the foundations of robotics, including construction and basic programming. Students will use LEGO® WeDo 2.0 kits and curriculum to build, program and test a minimum of 2 different WeDo 2.o robots, including Milo the Science Rover! In addition to LEGO® curriculum, members will gain exposure to real world robotics, try out other cool robots (like BeeBots, Ozobots and Robot Mice) and partake in other hands-on design, construction and programming/coding activities.

**Note that students returning to Robotics will continue moving forward with new builds and challenges.

To register, visit: http://clubbuccaneer.org/


MB ROBOTICS CLUB (Grades 4 to 5)

Wednesday 2:30-3:30pm for grades 4-5

20 students per session

Mrs. Reyes


The world of computer programming and coding can be an abstract and overwhelming subject for young learners. By having something they can physically see move and work they are able to easily gain skills in coding. Robots work by getting a set of specifically listed directions in order to complete a task. Students in 4th and 5th grade robotics will be working with a partner to build and program a robot using LEGO Mindstorm EV3 kits. The Mindstorm kits allow students the flexibility of picking their own builds, following the directions of the build, and learning how to program various motors and sensors. They will quickly gain skills in teamwork, perseverance, programming, and engineering in a fun and creative environment. 

To register, visit: buccaneersteamteam.squadfusion.com



Monday 2:30-3:30pm for grades 3-5 Girls Only

20 students per session

Mrs. Reyes


STEM occupations have grown by 79% since 1990, and STEM careers continue to be some of the highest compensated jobs in the country. Unfortunately, women only represent around 29% of the STEM workforce, and only 18% of computer science careers. Many researchers blame the gender gap due to lack of female support, participation, and leadership. Computer Science companies are beginning to close the gender gap through higher pay for female workers, and offering a greater work-life balance than other fields. Through Unicoders the girls will be able to see a female driven open-ended computer science program. For Spring 2020 we will be building and exploring various HTML, CSS, and Javascript projects through the new online program Glitch. An online community similar to scratch striving to help younger individuals gain confidence in written code through helpful predictive features. We will also complete less strenuous projects through Scratch, Ozobots, CUEs, and Raspberry Pis. The girls will begin to see the benefits that coding can have on solving some of the world’s greatest issues. Together we can succeed and strive in the computer science field.

To register, visit: buccaneersteamteam.squadfusion.com



Thursday 2:30-3:30pm for grades 3-5 Boys

20 students per session

Mrs. Reyes


STEM Careers are growing faster than any other career in the United States. 71% of all new jobs in STEM are in computer science, but only 8% of STEM graduates have chosen their majors in computing. Students who major in Computer Science earn 40% more than the college average. Not only can coding be lucrative, but it also increases many desirable skills kids need to be successful in daily tasks. Looking around our world we interact with computers daily, driving cars, cell phones, tablets, refrigerators, etc. all have coding aspects to their functioning. It is imperative that our children  learn how to communicate with computers through the world of coding. Coding is the language of the future and through BRUHcode students will begin to break down that complex world. For Spring 2020 we will be building and exploring various HTML, CSS, and Javascript projects through the new program Glitch. An online community similar to scratch striving to help younger individuals gain confidence in written code through helpful predictive features. We will also complete less strenuous projects through Scratch, Ozobots, CUEs, and Raspberry Pis. There is no limit to the world of code, and through the exposure of various codes the more their confidence will grow.

**Note: Students returning to Bruh Code will continue moving forward with new challenges based on previous experience.

To register, visit: buccaneersteamteam.squadfusion.com



Monday 3:45-4:45, grades 3-5

14 students per session

Mrs. Reyes


Many students have big IDEAS on how to solve today’s problems using technology, but don’t know where to start. Raspberry Pi’s are a low cost computer with large capabilities. In Pi-ucation I students will learn what a Raspberry Pi is, how to add basic functioning pieces to the Pi 's Gpio Pegs (motors, cameras, servos, LEDs) and code the pieces to work. Students will use Scratch and Python to code their outputs to function correctly. The possibilities are endless when you begin to open up the world of pi and coding. Each student will be able to take their Raspberry Pi and Micro SD card home with them at the end of the ten weeks. 

To register, visit: buccaneersteamteam.squadfusion.com


Must have completed Pi-UCATION I

Wednesday 3:45-4:45, grades 3-5

14 students per session

Mrs. Reyes

In Pi-Ucation I students learned how to connect and code outputs to function, during Pi-Ucation II students will have a $45.00 budget to research and complete a passion project with their Raspberry Pi. Examples of projects, remote control cars, rovers, arcade gaming systems, camera booths, alarm clocks, security systems, nature cams, etc. The possibilities are endless when you begin to open up the world of pi and coding. Each student will be able to take their outputs and projects home with them to connect to their Pis from Pi-Ucation I at the end of the ten weeks. 

To register, visit: buccaneersteamteam.squadfusion.com


Monday 2:30-3:30 pm for grades K-1

Thursday 2:30-3:30 pm for grades 2-5

Ms. Griffee


Do you like to imagine, design, build and engineer? Then the Create & Construct Crew is right for you! This immensely hands-on program allows for students to work with a wide variety of mediums including (but not limited to) an all-time favorite learning tool, LEGOS®! Students will work with kits/build books as well as have the opportunity to “free build” whatever their imaginations can conjure! Along the way, we will produce pictures and videos (including time lapse and stop motion!) of our creations using a variety of iPad apps. The sky’s the limit for all the ways we turn our incredible ideas into real things!!

**Note that students returning to Create and Construct Crew will continue moving forward with new builds and challenges.

To register, visit: http://clubbuccaneer.org/



Monday 3:45-4:45pm for grades K-2  

Ms. Griffee


Coding with young children opens their eyes to the world inside of computers, as well as the world around them. Software is the language of our modern world. While not every child will grow up to be a software engineer, it’s crucial they understand computational thinking as it combines math and logic and helps promote higher levels of problem solving. Programming is shown to be beneficial to cognitive development, working the language centers in the frontal cortex in unique and powerful ways. When we increase our computational thinking, our brains form new neural connections while strengthening existing ones. BugBytes: Jr. Coding and Problem Solving, will provide your young child with opportunities to increase their computational thinking and ability to tackle mental challenges in new and creative ways. Each week, your child will develop computational thinking skills through both digital and analog methods, including: Tynker, Osmo Coding, Kodable, Scratch Jr., Hour of Code, Brain training exercises including fun logic games, puzzles, brain teasers and more!

To register, visit: http://clubbuccaneer.org/




Tuesday 2:30-3:30 and 3:45-4:45pm for grades K-5

Wednesday 2:30-3:30 and 3:45-4:45pm for grades K-5

Attendance Clerk Annie Howland 

This class will introduce K-1 students mouse skills as well as general computer and typing skills while grades 2-5 will focus on correct home row finger placement to increase typing speed and accuracy. Eventually, the students will be introduced to keyboards without letter labels to memorize the keyboard. Cobb County students now take the Georgia Milestones electronically. It is our belief students who become more familiar and comfortable with the keyboard will have increased confidence during testing. In addition, it will help your student with middle and high school papers and projects. Typing is a life-long skill.

This club is hosted by Mt. Bethel Administrative Staff, Mrs. Howland.

To register, visit: www.mousekeyadv.wixsite.com/fact



Sports & Physical Activity Clubs



Tuesday 3:45-4:45 pm for boys and girls K-1

Wednesday 3:45-4:45 pm for boys and girls 2-3

Thursday 3:45-4:45 pm for boys and girls 4-5

* 10 students per session*

Assistant Principal Kevin Johnson

An after-school program designed to teach the integrity of the game of baseball and to help students understand the greatness of the game while learning life lessons associated with baseball.  Instruction will enhance a student’s talent on the field, provide a fun, learning atmosphere, and will include lessons on the fundamentals of baseball.  Sessions will include instruction on fielding, throwing, running, hitting (if possible), and plyometrics.

To register, visit: https://buccaneerbaseball1.wixsite.com/fact



Monday 2:30-3:30pm for girls ONLY K-2

Tuesday 2:30-3:30 pm for boys and girls K-3

Wednesday 2:30-3:30 pm for boys ONLY K-2

Thursday 2:30-3:30 pm for boys ONLY 3-5

Friday 2:30-3:30pm for girls and boys 2-5

PE Coach Sam Dietrich


Cobb Soccer Academy is designed for soccer players at Mt. Bethel of all levels and abilities. The academy will be centered around developing players according to their stage of development and offering hands on training. Sessions will focus on teaching technical skills such as dribbling, receiving, passing, and shooting. The focus will also be on teaching the attacking and defending principles of play.


To register, visit: https://tshq.bluesombrero.com/Default.aspx?tabid=2249993




Monday 2:30-3:30 for grades K-2

Monday 3:45-4:45 for grades 3-5

Wednesday 2:30-3:30 for grades K-2

Wednesday 3:45-4:45 for grades 3-5


Kids today face immense pressure in a world that is often overwhelming. Yoga offers proven skills to help navigate physical, mental and emotional stress. It helps kids lead healthier, happier lives while also increasing their capacity to learn effectively, manage emotions, self-regulate behavior and achieve personal growth. Ascend Yoga focuses on five key elements during each session. Breath, connection, movement, focus and relaxation all taught in a fun and understandable method for kids to use even after the sessions are complete. Classes include a certified, professional teacher, an individualized booklet of what we will learn each week, a yoga mat that they can take home on the last session and a yoga t-shirt.

To register, visit:  www.ascend-yoga.com  


Art Clubs



Wednesday 2:30-3:30 for grades 2-3

Mrs. Astorga

Students will explore drawing, painting, printmaking, weaving and clay in this fun mixed media art class.

To register, visit https://starrynightstudios.squarespace.com/


Wednesday 3:45-4:45 for grades 4-5

Mrs. Astorga


Students will explore drawing, painting, printmaking, weaving and clay in this fun mixed media art class.

To register, visit https://starrynightstudios.squarespace.com/


Chess, Debate, Public Speaking & Genius Hour Clubs



Monday 2:30-3:30 pm for grades K-2

Wednesday 2:30-3:30 for grades 3-5

Mrs. Vanderhave and Ms. Menear


Our Pursue Your Passions Club allows Mt. Bethel students to investigate their passions while interacting with their peers in a positive learning environment. The topics can be anything the student wants to know more about-- from spots, animals, fashion, board games, natural disasters to even outer space! Students will be able to conduct age-appropriate and safe research or connect with professionals and community members in their interested fields to produce a final product. Projects may include creating a video, demonstration, screencast or other visual display they wish to show what they have learned. Students will participate in a Share-A-Thon at the end of the program where they will show off what they have learned and celebrate each other's success! Your child will be able to "pursue their passions" while also learning important research and communication skills to assist them in the future. We would love to learn more about your child's interests and assist them in achieving their goals.

To register, visit: https://www.wereallwonders.com/




Thursday 2:30-3:30pm OR 3:45-4:45pm for grades 4-5


Ivy Bridge Academy's Debate Club (grades 4-5) offers a chance for students to learn and engage with current events through the activity of Debate. Students enhance their research skills, critical thinking, persuasion tactics, and information processing by learning about both sides of an issue and being able to persuasively argue for either side. IBA teaches a style of debate that

is tailor-made for elementary school students so they can be challenged without feeling overwhelmed. Students who participate in our debate club will leave with a sense of accomplishment, newfound confidence, and a skill set that will help them through the rest of their schooling and even into adulthood. We feel debate helps improve students academic skills as well as build their confidence. Debate activities focus on the four core zones of literacy: reading, writing, speaking and listening.

To register, visit: For the 2:30-3:30pm: https://ivydebate.com/academic-camps/school-debate-program-mount-bethel-es/


For the 3:45-4:45pm: https://ivydebate.com/academic-camps/school-debate-program-mount-bethel-es-session-2/



Thursday 2:30-3:30 pm for grades 2-3


Ivy Bridge Academy's Public Speaking Club is a new program geared towards a younger student demographic. Our 2nd and 3rd-grade students will be learning the very basics of logical reasoning, how to write a speech, and how to give a presentation. Students will begin developing social skills, speaking skills, vocabulary, grammar, and critical thinking ahead of the curve, preparing them for success in the grades ahead. The program is designed to build students' confidence and sense of self at an early age so that they can carry these skills with them throughout their academic career. It is also a stepping stone to our Debate Club, setting the students up to excel academically and socially.

To register, visit: https://ivydebate.com/academic-camps/school-debate-program-mount-bethel-es/




Tuesday 2:30-3:30pm for grades 1-5

Tuesday 3:45-4:45pm for grades K-5

Friday 2:30-3:30pm for grades 1-5

Friday 3:45-4:45pm for grades K-5


Kid Chess teaches chess to Atlanta area children in a fun and educational environment. A tried and true favorite of many Mt. Bethel students, Kid Chess is returning for fall semester with multiple choices.

To register, visit: https://www.kidchess.com/register




Music Clubs



Monday 2:30-3:30pm OR 3:45-4:45pm for grades K-3


KidzKeys uses color and tons of FUN to introduce students in K-2nd grade to the joy of playing the piano. Using the colorful Chroma-NotesTM system and Kodaly rhythm syllables, students quickly learn to read musical notation while they play familiar songs they will love to practice in class and at home. Our experienced teachers do a great job with both beginners and little Mozarts, so no experience is needed to have fun in our class! Each session ends with an exciting Class Recital for family and friends! Learn more at www.fineartsmatter.com .

To register, visit: www.fineartsmatter.com



Guitar Club - 

Thursdays 2:30-3:30 pm for grades 3 - 5

Mrs. Gardner


Designed with the beginning guitar player in mind, this club will teach members the basics they need to get started in the awesome world of guitar playing! Club will teach basic strumming, chords, picking, instrument care, and playing confidence for members. Each member will receive instructional materials to keep and will be supplied a guitar for use during club. While members are not required to own a guitar, it is encouraged. Space is VERY limited and early registration is recommended.

To register, visit: www.musicmattersinmarietta.com


Guitar Club 2 - 

Mondays from 2:30-3:30 pm; 2ND YEAR MEMBERS ONLY

Mrs. Gardner

Guitar Club 2 is the second year of Guitar and is open for members who were in Guitar Club during the previous year OR who have had a minimum of one year of private guitar lessons. Second year will focus on more chords, more songs, song writing, as well as exploration into different styles of guitar playing. Please contact the instructor directly to enroll in this club. musicmattersinmarietta@gmail.com

To register, visit: www.musicmattersinmarietta.com



Wednesdays 2:30-3:30pm OR 3:45-4:45pm for grades 2nd-5th

Mrs. Gardner


IMPACT is an all-encompassing music experience where students will use singing, dancing, and instrument playing to create large-scale ensemble pieces for performance in front of a live audience. Highlights include drumming, xylophones, choreographed routines, and solos. All participants receive music folders and CD’s for practice at home as well as the official club shirt.

To register, visit: www.musicmattersinmarietta.com



Foreign Language Clubs



Tuesday AND Thursday 2:30-3:30 pm for grades 1st-3rd

Wednesday AND Friday 2:30-3:30 pm for grades 3rd-5th

Wednesday 3:45-4:45 pm for grades K-1st 


Spanish Now ASP is a well-established Cobb County foreign language enrichment program. We have been teaching in Mt. Bethel elementary school for 14 years. Classes are taught by creative and enthusiastic Spanish teachers. We create a productive and fun learning environment where the children have an opportunity to build a strong vocabulary in different units and establish basic language skills. Throughout the session, the teachers incorporate games, songs, art, role-play, reading, and writing in order to engage students in the learning process.

To register, visit: http://SpanishNowASP.com



Drama & Film Club



Monday 2:30-4:00 for grades 3-5


During Kids TV Basic Filmmaking course, we focus on movies, story, and camera. Whether the student is a beginner, novice, or expert, the course begins with camera skills and story development. All kids will learn basic camera shooting as well as basic cinematography techniques such as rule of thirds. Students will learn how to tell the story through the camera. During the semester, the students will create and produce 1- 2 short films. Course ends with a movie premiere for parents and guests. Techniques Learned: Camera Basics—Settings & Shots Basic Cinematography Techniques – Rule of Thirds Developing Story – (Plot, Character Goals, and Obstacles)

To register, visit: http://kidstv.mobocproductions.com/schedule-register.html




Wednesday AND Thursday 2:30-4:00pm for grades 4-5 ONLY


BB TV (Buccaneer Broadcast Television) is the TV Production class for Mt. Bethel Elementary. The students meet twice a week for 10 weeks to work as a producing team to develop, film, and edit television episodes for the TV Show – “BB TV”. Professional filmmakers will train the kids on camera shooting, lighting, film crew management and producing. Students will learn interview techniques; on camera acting, and reporting in order to produce their own segments for the television show BB TV. After the segments are produced, the kids will work in teams to edit the segments as well as to plan the segments for the next show. The production team will produce multiple shows and segments throughout the semester. Course ends with a show premiere for parents and guests. Techniques Learned: Camera Basics—Settings & Shots Lighting Producing Film Crew Dynamics Set Design & Location Scouting Interviewing Video Editing

To register, visit: http://kidstv.mobocproductions.com/schedule-register.html




Tuesday 2:30-3:30pm for grades K-5, Cast One 

Tuesday 2:30-3:30pm for grades K-5, Cast Two

Tuesday 3:45-4:45pm for grades K-5, Cast Three

Tuesday 3:45-4:45pm for grades K-5, Cast Four  


BL Productions is proud to partner with Mt. Bethel Elementary for the 2019/2020 school year. This SPRING students registered through FACT will be a part of the production of the 101 Dalmatians Kids. Students in the First Cast will rehearse on Tuesday at 2:30pm-3:30pm and the Second Cast will rehearse from 2:30-3:30 as well.  Cast Three and Cast Four will rehearse 3:45-4:45 pm on Tuesdays. There will be four separate casts and each will have their own show. Rehearsals will be at Mt. Bethel Elementary School and some at the venue the week of the performance. 


The rehearsal schedule is as follows: 


CAST ONE: TUESDAYS 2:30-3:30 pm 

TECH WEEK: March 29th: 1pm-2:30pm and March 31st: 4:30-6:30pm. 

Show will be at Dodgen Middle School on April 3rd: Performance at 6:30pm and Call time 4:30pm


CAST TWO: TUESDAYS 2:30-3:30pm 

TECH WEEK: March 29th: 2:30-4pm and March 30th: 4:30-6:30pm 

Show will be at Dodgen Middle School April 2nd: Performance at 6:30 pm and Call time 4:30pm 



TECH WEEK: March 29th: 4-5:30pm and March 30th 6:30-8pm

Show will be at Dodgen Middle School April 1st: Performance at 6:30pm and Call time at 4:30pm 


CAST FOUR: TUESDAYS 3:45-4:45pm 

TECH WEEK: March 29th 5:30- 7pm and March 31st 6:30-8pm 

Show will be at Dodgen Middle School April 4th: Performance at 2pm and Call time at 12 pm 


BOOTCAMP FOR ALL CASTS IS MARCH 22ND at East Side Baptist Church

Cast One 1-2:30pm

Cast Two 2:30-4pm

Cast Three 4-5:30pm 

Cast Four 5:30- 7pm 

Cast Party will be at normal class time AFTER SPRING BREAK 


The performance will be held at the Dodgen Middle School 


During rehearsals students will actively engage in an interactive theatre education as well as learn the production process from start to finish. In the class, students will explore characterization, basic theatre terms, improv exercises. Students will also be trained how to make interesting choices on stage, movement, and vocal instruction. 




• Tuition is $375 and is NON-REFUNDABLE after the first day of auditions. Cast Size is limited and will fill up quickly. Tuition includes props, sets, mic rentals, t-Shirts, CDs, scripts, the rights to produce the play, and instructional time. There will be some costumes that parents will need to be responsible for


Three parent volunteers will be needed to help with crowd control for auditions. Students coming from ASP will return to ASP after class. 

Audition Packets will be sent out to students 1 week before auditions via email. These will help students prepare for auditions. 

Students will receive scripts and CDs the first day of rehearsals. 


• Everyone signed up through FACT will have a part in the show. 

• Rehearsals are after school. 


• Children are expected to follow Cobb County guidelines and be on their best behavior. Should there be a continuing problem, the child will not be allowed to participate in Brittany Leazer Productions. 


• All extra rehearsals and performances are MANDATORY 


Parent Volunteers: Parents please consider signing up for various volunteer assignments.

Class Volunteer: Needed 2. These parents can switch off every other week to be in the class with the students on Tuesdays. 


To register, visit: https://brittanyleazerproductions.com/mt-bethel-elementary



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