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405 East Park Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28203
Courier #: 367
P: 980-343-2240  |  F: 980-343-2241 
LC: Central
Bell Schedule: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Grades: K-5
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Extracurricular Activites

Dilworth Elementary School and Dilworth PTA support the following activities:


  • Destination Imagination (DI): an educational nonprofit dedicated to inspiring the next generation of innovators, leaders, and creative problem solvers. DI engages participants in S.T.E.A.M. project based challenges that are designed to build confidence and develop extraordinary creativity, critical thinking, communication, and teamwork skills. Club is open to 3rd-5th grades. For details about the program please email Nina Fergusson ninac.fergusson@cms.k12.nc.us.

  • Math Olympiad: Sponsored by our TD teacher, Ms. Fergusson. For details about the program please email ninac.fergusson@cms.k12.nc.us. Math Olympiad is for fourth and fifth grades only.
  • WDES News Team: Morning announcements are delivered via our closed-circuit video system to every classroom by a team of 5th grade anchors. School Media Specialist, Kendra Lipscomb mentors and coordinates the team.
  • Safety Patrol: The Safety Patrol Team is made up of 5th grade students who monitor the hallways before school and during dismissal. Safety Patrol also takes charge of the raising and lowering of our school flags daily.
  • Honors Chorus: Honors Chorus is open to rising 4th and 5th grade students. Tryouts are held in music specials during the first part of the school year with our music teacher, Candy Hayes.
  • Dragon Drumline: 5th grade students are chosen to play the drums to lead in the quarterly Dragon House meetings.
  • Yearbook Reporters: Fifth Grade Yearbook Reporters apply via application at the beginning of the school year. Selections are made by the PTA Yearbook Chairs in conjunction with teacher recommendation/approval.
  • Student Council: Our Student Council is mentored by the 5th grade teaching team. Officers are elected by their classmates and voting is open to 3rd-5th grade students.

Afterschool Activities for 

Dilworth Elementary Students


From childcare to sports, students at Dilworth Elementary have the opportunity to participate in several school AND non school sponsored clubs and activities.  


The following activities are offered at our Latta Campus*:

  • After School Enrichment Program (ASEP)-This is the only after school program run by the Charlotte Mecklenburg School System. You can find out more information by visiting the website.

  • Tom Sykes Recreation Center- Tom Sykes offers a variety of programs. These activities are housed inside Dilworth Elementary-Latta Campus but are run by Mecklenburg County Parks and Recreation

  • Tennis Clinics- Midwood Tennis Academy offers sessions for all levels of play. This is an outside vendor who utilizes our tennis facilities.

  • Little Sticks Lacrosse- Is an introduction to the game of lacrosse.  This is an outside vendor who utilizes our fields.

  • Jolie South Dance - This is an outside vendor who gathers students at the Latta Campus and walks students to their studio.

  • Other activities that have been scheduled in the past include:


These activities utilize our space but are outside vendors.  Please contact them directly or visit their websites for sign up information.  Information can also be found on the Dilworth Elementary PTA website.


*CMS will provide a bus (currently the BLUE bus) from the Dilworth-Sedgefield Campus to the Latta Campus for students participating in school approved clubs/activities.  In order for CMS to plan and provide adequate bus transportation, all participants requiring transportation every afternoon to the Latta Campus MUST fill out an alternate bus stop request form and contact your child’s teacher. This form does not need to be filled out if your child does not go to the Latta campus every day.


**It is extremely important that parents communicate their students’ means of afternoon transportation with their students’ teacher. 





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P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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