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Guided by district GT teacher Barbara Meding, GT is a program that allows identified students to receive supplemental instruction in particular subject areas.
Students in 4th and 5th grade can audition for a spot in our student choir led by music teacher Beth Reams. Learning the fundamentals of choral music and vocal performance, the choir performs concerts thoughout the year as well as a spring musical. 

Students in 4th and 5th grade can tryout for this competing team coached by  5th grade teachers, Mrs. Callahan. Students practice each morning and compete against other teams ultimately leading to an academic tournament held in March.


Drug Abuse Resistance Education is a program offered to 5th grade students presented by Lt. Derrick House. A pioneer prevention effort founded in Los Angeles in 1983, DARE is a high-tech, interactive, decision-model-based program designed to prevent future student drug use.


A branch of the Gifted and Talented program, GT Art Club meets in-school and is instructed by art teacher
Denise Abner
. Students learn the fundamentals of art while working hands-on and creating such projects as: banners, scenery backdrops, assemble flyers, sculptures, original artwork and much more!

Offered to 5th grade students, 4-H is part of the youth education branch of the Cooperative Extension Service; a part of the United States Department of Agriculture.

An incentive based reward for students who receive “Paws"-itive Paw Points for showing exemplary behavior. Drawn during morning announcements, students have the chance to win the prize of eating lunch with a friend in a separate part of the cafeteria designed in a Tiger theme.


London Tiger Athletics include a boys and girls basketball team and a cheer squad. 
Coaches are Ryan Burgess and Kayla Nicholson.