Colonel Walker School is proud to offer a variety of clubs throughout the school year. Each year, teachers work with students to organize clubs that meet the interests of students. Our school has a long tradition of providing opportunities for students to explore:

  • Leadership Opportunities
  • Environmental Stewardship
  • Visual and Performing Arts
  • Technology
  • Mindfulness
  • Fitness
  • Intramural Sports

Colonel Walker School is proud to offer a variety of clubs during lunch (unless otherwise stated). The following is a list of a number of clubs teachers are excited to lead.

ClubTeacher SponsorTimeline
Sports Club Mr. Kearny and Ms. VauseFebruary & March
French ClubMs. VauseNovember & December
Flag ClubKatieMarch until Volunteer Tea
Cribbage Club Grade 2/3                      Ms. ThomsenJanuary & February
Math Club Grade 4/5              Ms. ThomsenMarch & April
Math Club Grade 6                   Ms. ThomsenMarch & April
Compost CrewMs. ConnellAll Year
Book Club Division 1          Ms. MasniukFebruary
Wool club            Ms. LeighMarch

Please note that parents of students who attend the hot lunch program will need to send their child with a lunch on days their child attends a club. Alternatively, students who attend hot lunch can arrange with the sponsor teacher to arrive late to the club after returning to school.

Clubs

Colonel Walker School is proud to offer a variety of clubs throughout the school year. Each year, teachers work with students to organize clubs that meet the interests of students. Our school has a long tradition of providing opportunities for students to explore:

  • Leadership Opportunities
  • Environmental Stewardship
  • Visual and Performing Arts
  • Technology
  • Mindfulness
  • Fitness
  • Intramural Sports

Colonel Walker School is proud to offer a variety of clubs during lunch (unless otherwise stated). The following is a list of a number of clubs teachers are excited to lead.

ClubTeacher SponsorTimeline
Sports Club Mr. Kearny and Ms. VauseFebruary & March
French ClubMs. VauseNovember & December
Flag ClubKatieMarch until Volunteer Tea
Cribbage Club Grade 2/3                      Ms. ThomsenJanuary & February
Math Club Grade 4/5              Ms. ThomsenMarch & April
Math Club Grade 6                   Ms. ThomsenMarch & April
Compost CrewMs. ConnellAll Year
Book Club Division 1          Ms. MasniukFebruary
Wool club            Ms. LeighMarch

Please note that parents of students who attend the hot lunch program will need to send their child with a lunch on days their child attends a club. Alternatively, students who attend hot lunch can arrange with the sponsor teacher to arrive late to the club after returning to school.

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