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657 N. Center St.
Pierson, FL 32180
(386) 740-0850

    Drama Club

    The Drama Club is lead by Mr. Treur.  The production this year is Alice in Wonderland.  The practices will begin in November on Wednesday’s from 2:30 – 3:30 and is open to those in 4th and 5th grade.  The performance with be in May at Pierson Elementary. 

    The auditions for Alice in Wonderland will be November 29 from 2:15 - 3:30 in the music room. If there is a conflict, please see Mr.Treur for another time to audition.

    Coding for Cubs

    1st - 3rd grade student will learn foundational skills for computer coding and technology tools.

    Agriculture Club

     The Agriculture Club gives students the opportunity to engage in activities and discussions that explore today's food system at a farm level. The club is open to intermediate students interested learning more about agriculture.

    STEM Club

     STEM club is for students who have questions, ideas, or projects they want to explore related to the topics of science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.

    Good News

     Good News Club is a weekly interdenominational Christian program for 5-to-12-year-old children featuring a Bible lesson, songs, memory verses, and games.

    Los Fantasticos

    Los Fantasticos dancers learn traditional Mexican dances.  Students participate in several performances each year


    Pierson Elementary Choir

    The Pierson Elementary choir is lead by Mr. Treur.  It is open to boys and girls in the 4th and 5th grade.  The student’s perform at concerts in the fall, winter, and spring with Taylor High School’s band and choir.  They sing a variety of songs in different dynamics, tempo, styles, and ethnic origins.


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    Young leaders helping others
    In K-Kids clubs worldwide, more than 36,000 children are learning leadership through service. Pierson Elementary K-Kids is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Astor. K-Kids are taking on the responsibility of running a K-Kids club as they plan and participate in community service projects. They assist the elderly with chores or organize community food drives. They serve their schools, raising funds for sports equipment and extracurricular activities.
    In big and small ways, they're changing the world around them. But the most significant change happens in the kids themselves.
    K-Kids meet Friday mornings at 7:30am weekly in Ms. Moynihan’s room.