Fitness / Dance Club

Grades 5 and 6 students meet with Mrs. Sasse every Wednesday, during the first part of lunch in the gym. The Club started on October 17, 2018 and will go until November 28, 2018. Students are learning different fitness movements that they can dance to Latin, pop, rock and to other international rhythms. We are exercising through dance! 

After November 28, 2018, students will be selected to teach to grades K-4 all of the dance moves learned in our Club! 


Water Colour Club

Starting on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 to December 19, 2018, Miss Kolb, Miss Klem and Miss Roeding will be offering a water colour club on Wednesdays at lunch! The club will run in Rooms 7 and 8 from 11:50 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Forty students from grades 1 to 6 will participate in learning a variety of water colour techniques and tools that can be used to make beautiful art pieces. 


Student Advisory Club (SAC)

The Student Advisory Club is a group of students who will be representing their home room to address student concerns.  The focus will be on providing public service announcements about the issues that arise at school, such as bullying, friendship days, special events and new information items about school.  The students will be bringing ideas from their own home rooms and experiences and work collaboratively to spread messages to the student body.  This club will be meeting at lunch from 11:50 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. on scheduled days as announced throughout the year. We look forward to working on school issues with a focus on student input during our club work.


Sports Club

Starting on Monday, September 18th we began offering this year's sports club during the lunch hours for grade 5/6 students. Students who wish to participate may take part in this club every Monday at lunchtime until the month of June, 2018.  The sports club is in the gym and we will be playing different sports that students have played during their Physical Education classes.   Participation in extracurricular activities requires both commitment and modeling of appropriate behaviour.  It is an expectation that students remember to stay at school on the day they play and demonstrate good sportsmanship and positive interactions.  


Grade 3-6 Choir

Our choir meets on Wednesdays at lunch from Fall until the end of April.  Throughout the year, our choir performs at a different events throughout the school, such as Remembrance Day, Celebrations of Learning and Pride in the Properties.  In choir we focus on singing technique, practicing performance pieces, putting heart into the work and expressing ourselves in song.


Division 2 Handbells

Our Handbell Club meets on Mondays and Tuesdays from Fall until the end of April.  This club relies on a small group of amazing students with a strong sense of responsibility and dedication.  They perform at a variety of times throughout the year, including Celebrations of Learning, Remembrance Day and other events.  This group uses collaboration and teamwork to develop a strong sense of rhythm, a variety of ringing techniques and new selections to perform each year.

Clubs

Fitness / Dance Club

Grades 5 and 6 students meet with Mrs. Sasse every Wednesday, during the first part of lunch in the gym. The Club started on October 17, 2018 and will go until November 28, 2018. Students are learning different fitness movements that they can dance to Latin, pop, rock and to other international rhythms. We are exercising through dance! 

After November 28, 2018, students will be selected to teach to grades K-4 all of the dance moves learned in our Club! 


Water Colour Club

Starting on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 to December 19, 2018, Miss Kolb, Miss Klem and Miss Roeding will be offering a water colour club on Wednesdays at lunch! The club will run in Rooms 7 and 8 from 11:50 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Forty students from grades 1 to 6 will participate in learning a variety of water colour techniques and tools that can be used to make beautiful art pieces. 


Student Advisory Club (SAC)

The Student Advisory Club is a group of students who will be representing their home room to address student concerns.  The focus will be on providing public service announcements about the issues that arise at school, such as bullying, friendship days, special events and new information items about school.  The students will be bringing ideas from their own home rooms and experiences and work collaboratively to spread messages to the student body.  This club will be meeting at lunch from 11:50 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. on scheduled days as announced throughout the year. We look forward to working on school issues with a focus on student input during our club work.


Sports Club

Starting on Monday, September 18th we began offering this year's sports club during the lunch hours for grade 5/6 students. Students who wish to participate may take part in this club every Monday at lunchtime until the month of June, 2018.  The sports club is in the gym and we will be playing different sports that students have played during their Physical Education classes.   Participation in extracurricular activities requires both commitment and modeling of appropriate behaviour.  It is an expectation that students remember to stay at school on the day they play and demonstrate good sportsmanship and positive interactions.  


Grade 3-6 Choir

Our choir meets on Wednesdays at lunch from Fall until the end of April.  Throughout the year, our choir performs at a different events throughout the school, such as Remembrance Day, Celebrations of Learning and Pride in the Properties.  In choir we focus on singing technique, practicing performance pieces, putting heart into the work and expressing ourselves in song.


Division 2 Handbells

Our Handbell Club meets on Mondays and Tuesdays from Fall until the end of April.  This club relies on a small group of amazing students with a strong sense of responsibility and dedication.  They perform at a variety of times throughout the year, including Celebrations of Learning, Remembrance Day and other events.  This group uses collaboration and teamwork to develop a strong sense of rhythm, a variety of ringing techniques and new selections to perform each year.

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