Clubs & Activities

Art Club with Ms. Wollek

Art Club is a wonderful opportunity for students grades 3-5 who are interested in the arts to come explore, learn and create. Come out and join the fun! Explore your artistic side as we learn about art and serve the community through service learning.

The Drum Point Band is open to all fifth grade students who are interested in playing flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, or percussion. We will perform at a winter concert in January, a spring concert in May, and a district wide band festival. In addition to our band, we often have smaller ensembles play at our concerts and the talent show. Joining band in fifth grade opens up even more exciting performance opportunities for students in middle and high school, and can be the beginning of a lifelong appreciation for music.

Chorus with Mrs. Clymer

Do you love to sing?  Then Chorus is the Club for you!  Drum Point Chorus is open to all students in Grades 3, 4, and 5.  Our Chorus performs a Winter Concert in December and a Spring Concert at the end of the school year.  To prepare for these, we meet once a week during recess.

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Daily Dish News

  • Drum Point’s Daily Dish is the first elementary morning news program in Ocean County! Beginning in January, fifth grade Student Council students will run a live news broadcast every morning.  The Daily Dish is a popular club among fifth graders and a leadership opportunity to improve public speaking awareness while having fun. Daily attendance is important for this program.  The show is run by Mrs. Clymer.


Early Act with Mrs. Parks and Mrs. Bray

Early Act is a service club for our fifth grade students. Its mission is to promote goodwill, understanding and peace through the active participation of its student members. With committed citizenship and effective leadership, they will improve the quality of life of their school, their local and the global communities. Early Act teaches caring, respect, empathy, responsibility, tolerance, citizenship, compassion, friendship and leadership.

Student Council with Mrs. Keelen, Mrs. Larrabee

Student Council is a group composed of students chosen by their classmates to organize social and extracurricular activities, come up with ideas to make our school better, and to be the voice of the students at Drum Point Road School.  Student Council meets monthly to discuss new ideas and ventures.

World Language Club

Advisor: Mrs. Martone

The World Language Club offers 5th graders the opportunity to explore the cultures of the Spanish speaking countries through crafts, games, music, and stories.