Teacher Name Club Name Grade level Allowed to attend Description
Amstutz and Gonzalez Destination Imagination Third through Fifth Teams in our program learn higher order thinking and improve in creative thinking, critical thinking and collaborative problem solving. Our participants experience the creative process, develop new friendships and learn to work together. Teams choose one of seven Challenges. The areas of focus include: Technical, Scientific, Fine Arts, Improvisational, Structural and Service Learning. After weeks spent creating and developing their solutions, they go to a local tournament.
Abshear Book Club K-2 Book club is a fun place to read books from our favorite authors. Book club will also have hands-on crafts and activities that relate to the stories we are reading.
Gillespie & Diedrick Zumba Kindergarten through Second Students in this club will learn
dances that accompany popular Zumba songs appropriate for children. Students will learn the importance of warming up and cooling down before exercising, in addition to staying well hydrated. Students are encouraged to wear tennis shoes and bring a water bottle. Participants will be taught each set of moves in addition to rehearsing the songs together.
Fawley Science Fair Club K-5 (pending numbers) Science Fair Club is for any students wishing to create inventive and exciting projects to present at various school functions as well as the school-wide science fair and Concept Science Fair. Science Fair participation is required by all 4th and 5th graders so this club provides an extra opportunity to work on and perfect their projects.
Collins Owens Soccer K-5 Come join soccer club! This club will be every Monday in October and every Monday in April. If you are interested we must have a permission slip from your parent/gaurdian. this club goes until 3:50 so a reliable ride must be provided. Soccer will be played in the gym so a change of clothes is appreciate but not necessary. Gym shoes are required.
Myers/Nyhan Games k-5 Enjoy some time with friends learning and playing different board and table games such as checkers, shutes and ladders, and connect 4. Jigsaw puzzles and playing cards, too.
Korkmaz & Moeller Robotic 4 & 5 FIRST LEGO League (FLL) is an exciting alliance between FIRST and the LEGO® Group. It’s a robotics program for 9 to 16 year olds, which is designed to get children excited about science and technology — and teach them valuable employment and life skills. Teams of up to 10 kids program an autonomous robot (using a LEGO MINDSTORMS® robot set) to score points on a thematic playing surface, create an innovative solution to a problem as part of their Project, all while guided by the FLL Core Values. These three elements – the Robot Game, Project, and FLL Core Values – make up what we call our yearly Challenge. – See more at: http://www.firstlegoleague.org/parents/fll-basics-abcs-fll#sthash.vWz0vavt.dpuf
Collins Owens Character Education k-5 This club will NOT take place during the months of October and April because both teachers will be running soccer club. During this club studets will watch movies and discuss the the actions and behaviors of the characters.

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