Furman L. Templeton has partnered with the Beloved Community Center to form a robotics team to engage scholars in amazing learning opportunities. Scholars gather to use problem solving skills as they learn to build and program a working robot. That robot is then used to compete in different challenges throughout the season. Robotics focuses on technology, teamwork, and overcoming challenges. It is a great opportunity for scholars to begin to build skills for future careers in computer technology and engineering!
The Furman L.Templeton School Choir club has existed since 2010. Over the past 12 years, we have traveled for performances in Niagara Falls, CA, Universal Studios, Disney World, New York City and The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. Additionally, we perform at events across Baltimore when we are invited to.
Our choir is composed of children in grades kindergarten through 5th grade and we practice after school 1-2 days a week, this year we have 28 active members. The choir was originally formed to offer some arts opportunities to our students since we did not have a music program but over the years it has grown into a program that is an integral part of the school community. The children who are invited to participate in the choir have to be in good academic standing, have good school attendance, and be willing to practice songs at home in order to be ready for performances.