• -Extracurricular activity offerings vary from year to year.

    Athletics- 6th graders can serve as managers for our athletic teams. Ms. Cole is the contact for students interested in managing athletic teams.

    BETA Club—BETA club is a service organization.  Invitations to the BETA club are based on meeting certain academic requirements.  Invitations for sixth graders will be issued later in the year.

    FCCLA—FCCLA is a club that is aligned to the Family and Consumer Science classes.  It is not a requirement to be in the course to be a part of the club. The club focuses on creating leadership traits and community service based projects.  Ms. Cole is the contact for FCCLA.

    Green Team—The Green Team is a STEM club that focuses on environmental issues.  The club learns about composting, recycling and sustainable gardening through the use of mathematics and science.  The Green Team meets every other week. Mr. Michaels and Ms. Hodges- Lester are the contacts for the Green Team.

    PAAL- The Garner Police Athletic / Activities League is a youth crime prevention program that utilizes educational, athletic, and recreational activities to create trust and understanding between police officers and youth.  It is based on the conviction that if young people are reached early enough they can develop strong positive attitudes towards police officers. PAAL is dedicated to instilling in youth a value system emphasizing the need to respect and protect human rights as well as obeying the laws of our city, state, and nation. Officer Stancil is our contact for PAAL. 

    Recycled Art- Art enthusiasts meet in the Art Room to repurposed items into exciting works of art! Ms. Hodges-Lester is our Recycled Art contact.  

    Spelling Bee- Students have an opportunity to participate in our Spelling Bee! Spelling Bee Winners compete at the school and county levels, and may advance up the the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Ms. Russell, our AIG teacher, facilitates the Spelling Bee.  

    Student Council—The student council is made up of representatives from each grade level.  The student council works with the PBIS initiative and working to create a good school climate for students. Ms. Hall and Ms. Hunter are the contacts for the Student Council.

    Yearbook Club—Students in the yearbook club learn about photography and photo layout.  This club designs the layout for the North Garner Yearbook. Ms. Hunter is the contact for the Yearbook Club.

    In the past, we’ve also offered: Astronomy Club, Debate Club, Fossil Club and  MSEN Pre-College/ STEM Club, GEMS. Club offerings vary from year to year. Look for announcements about clubs of interest in the fall!  

    Parents can get involved too!

    Our PTSA plays an integral role the continued success of North Garner.  They provide support for our Arts and athletics programs, PBIS student recognition and awards, classroom technology and teacher appreciation activities.

    The North Garner PTSA provides opportunities for parents to volunteer or assist with a variety of projects and causes across campus. Please consider becoming involved in this great organization.