​​​Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular activities allow our students to pursue passions and interests that fall outside the normal curriculum. These activities can include special interest clubs, arts, music and athletics. Our school is proud to offer a variety of extracurricular opportunities that enhance our students' learning experiences.​​

Clubs

Student Advisory Council - Tiger Buzz - Mrs. Muhlberger

The purpose of this group is to provide an opportunity for DTS students (Grade 5- 9) to meet with Mrs. Muhlberger to contribute their ideas and share their opinions on things that are going well and and ways that we can improve our school culture and environment.  Participants in the DTS Tiger Buzz have been identified by their homeroom teachers and have committed to meeting once a month at lunchtime. Members of this year's Tiger Buzz should be...

  • interested in developing leadership skills and experiencing leadership opportunities
  • focused on making DTS the best it can be
  • interested in connecting with other students in the school
  • interested and willing to share the perspectives of students with the school administrative team
  • committed to building success for students at our school
  • responsible and positive role models in our school community

DELF support - Mme Khoo

DELF Practice Classes A2 and B1 (open to all) on Mondays at lunch starting week of January 14, 2019 until April when the test is. 

Dance Team - Ms. Leavitt

Team members will learn 2-3 dances to be showcased at the city wide East Side Dance Festival in the spring and will perform at school events.

Commitment is January-June and details about rehearsals will be communicated in December.

Fitness Club - M. Descoteaux 

Small/select training club. Learning new and varied movements to improve your fitness level. Students can meet  on Tuesdays, once changed, in Room 10  before the second half of lunch time before heading to the fitness room.

Cooking Club - M. Richard and M. Poliquin

Madame Poliquin and Madame Richard are starting a Cooking Club after school for the grade 5 students. There will be 2 sessions offered this year due to the limited space in our kitchen. The first session will run from October 10th to November 14th (no club on October 31st). The second session will run from January 16th to February 13th. We ask each student to pay $12 (cash only please) which will go entirely to making the recipes and consuming the final product. Payment for the first session is due upon returning the completed form. Payment for the second session will be accepted after Winter Break. Students will be preparing, cooking and eating different simple recipes at every meeting, and will be given a written copy of each recipe. Students must arrange for someone to pick them up at school at 4:00. Students who join the Club will come to the Foods room at 2:30 after school and then will wait for their parents to pick them up in the school foyer at 4:00.

Debate - Mme Khoo

Everyone is welcome. We will work on how to build an argument, research, valid sources. We do prepared and researched debates and impromptus.Meetings are Wednesdays at lunch in Room 40.

French For Fun - Mme Khoo

This was created especially for the English kids. Everyone is welcome. Kids can learn basic conversational skills in French and French Immersion volunteers will help the English kids with the practice. Meetings are Mondays at lunch in Room 40.

Fashion Club - Ms. Nestrovich

Mrs. Nestrovich is starting a Sewing Club after school for the grade 8 and 9 students. This club will run on Tuesdays from 2:30 to 4pm in the first semester. The space will be limited to students who have taken sewing before or who have previous experience on the sewing machine.

Students must bring the pattern and fabric and notions at their own cost for the projects they want to make.

Students who join the Club will come to the Foods room at 2:30 after school and then will wait for their parents to pick them up in the school foyer at 4:00pm. 



Extracurricular

Clubs

Student Advisory Council - Tiger Buzz - Mrs. Muhlberger

The purpose of this group is to provide an opportunity for DTS students (Grade 5- 9) to meet with Mrs. Muhlberger to contribute their ideas and share their opinions on things that are going well and and ways that we can improve our school culture and environment.  Participants in the DTS Tiger Buzz have been identified by their homeroom teachers and have committed to meeting once a month at lunchtime. Members of this year's Tiger Buzz should be...

  • interested in developing leadership skills and experiencing leadership opportunities
  • focused on making DTS the best it can be
  • interested in connecting with other students in the school
  • interested and willing to share the perspectives of students with the school administrative team
  • committed to building success for students at our school
  • responsible and positive role models in our school community

DELF support - Mme Khoo

DELF Practice Classes A2 and B1 (open to all) on Mondays at lunch starting week of January 14, 2019 until April when the test is. 

Dance Team - Ms. Leavitt

Team members will learn 2-3 dances to be showcased at the city wide East Side Dance Festival in the spring and will perform at school events.

Commitment is January-June and details about rehearsals will be communicated in December.

Fitness Club - M. Descoteaux 

Small/select training club. Learning new and varied movements to improve your fitness level. Students can meet  on Tuesdays, once changed, in Room 10  before the second half of lunch time before heading to the fitness room.

Cooking Club - M. Richard and M. Poliquin

Madame Poliquin and Madame Richard are starting a Cooking Club after school for the grade 5 students. There will be 2 sessions offered this year due to the limited space in our kitchen. The first session will run from October 10th to November 14th (no club on October 31st). The second session will run from January 16th to February 13th. We ask each student to pay $12 (cash only please) which will go entirely to making the recipes and consuming the final product. Payment for the first session is due upon returning the completed form. Payment for the second session will be accepted after Winter Break. Students will be preparing, cooking and eating different simple recipes at every meeting, and will be given a written copy of each recipe. Students must arrange for someone to pick them up at school at 4:00. Students who join the Club will come to the Foods room at 2:30 after school and then will wait for their parents to pick them up in the school foyer at 4:00.

Debate - Mme Khoo

Everyone is welcome. We will work on how to build an argument, research, valid sources. We do prepared and researched debates and impromptus.Meetings are Wednesdays at lunch in Room 40.

French For Fun - Mme Khoo

This was created especially for the English kids. Everyone is welcome. Kids can learn basic conversational skills in French and French Immersion volunteers will help the English kids with the practice. Meetings are Mondays at lunch in Room 40.

Fashion Club - Ms. Nestrovich

Mrs. Nestrovich is starting a Sewing Club after school for the grade 8 and 9 students. This club will run on Tuesdays from 2:30 to 4pm in the first semester. The space will be limited to students who have taken sewing before or who have previous experience on the sewing machine.

Students must bring the pattern and fabric and notions at their own cost for the projects they want to make.

Students who join the Club will come to the Foods room at 2:30 after school and then will wait for their parents to pick them up in the school foyer at 4:00pm. 



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