FP Game Day is a FREE, Gospel-focused, exciting, and high-energy, after school club for 3rd-5th graders in public elementary schools. Game Day meets once a week for one-hour and features fun and exciting games as well as lessons which teach students character values from a biblical perspective in a safe and enriching environment. We have 4 Faith Foundation lessons and then we focus on 6 key character values, Compassion, Respect, Integrity, Hardworking, Kindness, and Courage.
Roles on Campus
Each Club requires a teacher to “sponsor” the Club. This means that they are willing to open their classroom for the Club to meet in and are present for supervision.
As a Church partner, you will provide volunteers to run the Game Day Club on your given schools campus. This entails: teaching lessons using the set curriculum, bringing snacks and water, working closely with faculty and staff to make sure your club runs smoothly.
3 main volunteer roles needed from Church Partner for a Club to exist:
Oversee and lead the FP Game Day Club at the partner elementary school. Responsible for administration for that club and to keep the club on time and in order. The Club Leader can also be in any of the other club positions. Administrative responsibilities can be delegated as needed.
Fun Squad Coach:
They are responsible for overseeing the games and fun for the club using the equipment provided by Game Day. They would also be prepared to lead fun and creative indoor activities when outdoor play is not possible.
Responsible for teaching the Character Value and Bible lesson, Memory Verse and Gospel presentation in a fun and engaging manner.