Art club is for 4th and 5th grade students who want to create and learn more about Art. We meet afterschool each week during the Spring to work on projects that are separate from the regular art class.
You must be a fourth or fifth grade student to join.
Questions or Interested in Joining? Contact our sponsor: Mrs. Skaar-Hoffman
Chess club is open to all students and students who want to learn and play the game. Strategies are shared to help all members become better chess players. We meet Tuesday mornings before school for a portion of the school year. A schedule will be given at the beginning of the season.\
Students are required to have good sportsmanship and a love for the game to participate.
Questions or Interested in Joining? Contact our sponsor: Mrs. Barno
In the newspaper club, we let the students explore their own interests to make writing fun! We combine that with newsworthy or "trending" topics to bring you a school newspaper that is enjoyable for everyone to read!
You must be a 4th or 5th grade student willing to write in your free time and during club hours. I do require a writing sample so I can choose great writers!
Questions or Interested in Joining? Contact our sponsor: Mrs. Bartkovsky
The Kind Kids Club carries out acts of kindness through volunteer opportunities in the community, gathering items to give back to local organizations, and spreads kindness to our staff, students, and community members with various activities!
This club is open to any boys and girls in 4th and 5th grade.
We currently meet once a month on Mondays after school and occasionally have an after school activity.
Questions/Interested in Joining? Talk to our sponsors: Mrs. Skopelja and Mrs. Gonzalez
Robotics is a team that competes in multiple Elementary School V.E.X competitions throughout the year. 2-3 robots will compete for any given season and each team member will have the opportunity to learn how to build and program our robots. Members also participate in hosting a S.T.E.A.M camp, for other students, at the end of the year.
You must be a 4th or 5th grade student to join. There is an application and tryout process to join the team.
Questions/Interested in joining? Sponsors: Ms. Woodhull and Ms. Moore
Spell bowl is an academic competition team that involves spelling. In Spell Bowl, you have a team of ten or more students. Each round, a selected spell bowler from each team takes a seat and spells nine words announced to them by an announcer.
There are no requirements to join.
Practices start in October and run through The middle of November. Competition is usually the 3rd week in November.
Questions/Interested in Joining? Talk to our sponsors: Mrs. Hochbaum and Mrs. Hunt