The MeadowLarks is a 4th and 5th grade choral ensemble that rehearses on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 7:10 a.m. to 7:35 a.m. in the LGI room. They sing many styles and genres of repertoire. Their performances include the Veterans Day Program, the Winter Concert, the Spring Concert, the Carmel Educational Foundation Showcase and the Hamilton County Police Memorial Service.
The Orff Ensemble is a 4th and 5th grade instrumental group that performs on, xylophones, recorders, rhythmic percussion, and movement. They rehearse on Tuesdays after school from 2:30 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. They perform in the Winter Concert, the Spring Concert and for the Carmel Educational Foundation Showcase.
The 5th grade Drumming Ensemble is offered only during the first semester. The group meets on select Wednesdays after school till 3:30 p.m. They perform in the Winter Concert. The ensemble performs on conga style drums called tubanos along with other untuned percussion (bongos, hand drums, guiro, cowbells, maracas, etc.)
The 5th Grade Musical is open to any interested 5th grader. Auditions and rehearsals are after school, and the performances are in early May. Students have to audition for a lead role, but do not have to audition to be part of the chorus. Students who are known to model responsibility are selected for behind the scenes parts like stage crew and lights.
Math Bowl is a competitive team of 20 (4th and 5th grade) students who meet to practice and prepare for a multi-round problem-solving competition. Team tryouts are typically held in early February, with the competition occurring in April.
Student Council gives students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school and community service projects. The members contribute to school spirit, promote school events and fundraisers, and look for ways to help Towne Meadow and the Carmel community.
Pups Running is an activity offered for fourth and fifth graders to generate an interest in running and fitness in an encouraging environment. With fall cross country and spring track seasons, there is a focus on developing positive character qualities in students as they train for and compete in running events.
Throughout the year, Green Team confronts real world problems with creative projects aimed at making the planet greener. Open to 5th grade students, Green Team explores fun ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle while educating students about the environment.
The team participates in local and state-level VEX Robotics competitions throughout the school year. Try-outs are open to all interested 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students who are committed to a year full of weekly teamwork, innovative problem-solving, and hands-on learning.