Our extra-curricular clubs through the 2017-18 school year include:

  • Cross Country Running - Running outside over lunch hour (Sept & October)
  • Drama - (January) Students engaging in drama games, improv, script writing and performing in front of peers over the lunch hour.
  • Leadership (11:45 am – 12:15 pm, Tuesdays, Feb - June) - Room representatives (grades 1-6) will meet over lunch to assist with planning special events, community service and philanthropic events for the school (ongoing through the school year)
  • Radio Club (11:45 am – 12:15 pm, Thursdays)  Students gather every Thursday to record, produce, and be the voice of Elbow Park School. Segments range from Joke of the Week, to Interview the Teacher.  
  • Crochet (11:45-12:10 Monday until March 21, 2018) Learn to crochet
  • Board Game Club - (11:45 - 12:35 pm, Wednesdays, Feb. 28 - Apr. 11) The goal of the board game club is to provide a fun and supportive environment for students to teach, learn and play games with friends, old and new. Students will have an opportunity to bring in card or board games of their choice to share with others. During play, students will develop skills for cooperating, strategizing, problem solving, and thinking critically. This club will run on Wednesdays at lunch from February 28th to April 11th for students in grades 1-3. Grade 5/6 students will be supporting us to read directions, follow the rules and take turns.
  • Tech club coming soon

Clubs

Our extra-curricular clubs through the 2017-18 school year include:

  • Cross Country Running - Running outside over lunch hour (Sept & October)
  • Drama - (January) Students engaging in drama games, improv, script writing and performing in front of peers over the lunch hour.
  • Leadership (11:45 am – 12:15 pm, Tuesdays, Feb - June) - Room representatives (grades 1-6) will meet over lunch to assist with planning special events, community service and philanthropic events for the school (ongoing through the school year)
  • Radio Club (11:45 am – 12:15 pm, Thursdays)  Students gather every Thursday to record, produce, and be the voice of Elbow Park School. Segments range from Joke of the Week, to Interview the Teacher.  
  • Crochet (11:45-12:10 Monday until March 21, 2018) Learn to crochet
  • Board Game Club - (11:45 - 12:35 pm, Wednesdays, Feb. 28 - Apr. 11) The goal of the board game club is to provide a fun and supportive environment for students to teach, learn and play games with friends, old and new. Students will have an opportunity to bring in card or board games of their choice to share with others. During play, students will develop skills for cooperating, strategizing, problem solving, and thinking critically. This club will run on Wednesdays at lunch from February 28th to April 11th for students in grades 1-3. Grade 5/6 students will be supporting us to read directions, follow the rules and take turns.
  • Tech club coming soon
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