Math Tutorials, Room 23 

  • Grade 8 | Friday mornings 8:15 - 9:00
  • Grade 9 | Tuesday Mornings 8:15 - 9:00

Art Club (Grade 5 - 6)

Mondays at lunch, Room 27 (Dec-April)

Join us for some fun, colourful and creative times! Let’s make some great projects together in a relaxing and inspiring environment. 

Friendship Ninjas

Grade 5 students are invited to room 13 from 12:35 – 1:15 on Tuesdays, from January 8 to February 26.

One of the most important parts of school (and life) is our friendships. This club is designed to celebrate ways of being a good friend and becoming a Friendship Ninja! A Friendship Ninja knows how to recognize when friendships are in trouble and how to get through tricky friendship situations. We will be doing drama skits and art projects as we become skilled Friendship Ninjas.

Debate Club

Thursdays after school in the library (Sept – March)

Calling all debaters! The Elboya Debate club is looking for students who want to learn skills and rules of debate. We will have our experienced debaters there to answer all your questions.
Join for fun and experience:  it is possible to join and participate without committing to competitions.
Interested in competing:  Make a team and participate in debate competitions with other schools.

Me to WE Club (Grade 5 - 9)

Wednesdays at Lunch, Room 10 (all year)

Help Turn ME into WE!
Would you like to be part of an Elboya Club that will make a change in your school community, your neighborhood and the world? Are you an Elboya Student in grades five to nine? If you answered, “YES”, to these questions, then you need to join Elboya’s ME to WE Club!
ME to WE inspires and enables people to become leaders and agents of change. WE is a movement that empowers people to change the world. Make your actions count by joining us.

Patrols (Grade 5 - 6)

Grades 5 or 6 students are invited to join the Patrollers. This is a full year commitment and requires 20 –25 minutes of time after school. Bus students are welcome to join provided they make arrangements for pick up on the day(s) that they patrol.

Pride Club (Grade 7 - 9)

Tuesday at lunch in Room 22 (all year)

Students from grades 7-9 meet to discuss LGBTQ+ issues and topics, plan the Day of Silence, and generally raise awareness around the school about challenges faced by the LGBTQ+ community. This is a safe space, where anyone is welcome to come and share their thoughts and stories. 

Science Club (Grade 5 - 6)

Thursdays at lunch, Room 18 (February – May)

Every week during Science club we will be working on a given series of problem-solving challenges that demonstrate the fun side of engineering and geoscience and also show how these fields impact our everyday lives. All challenges are related to Alberta school curricula and have been developed by a group comprising APEGA Professional Engineers and Professional Geoscientists! If you sign-up to Science Club you need to commit 1 lunchtime per week. 

Science Club (Grade 7 - 9)

Thursdays: At Lunch, Room 26 (February – May)

This club provides an opportunity to enjoy science with friends by participating in various activities such as building challenges, experiments, product design, problem solving and one challenge provided by APEGA. Each year 5 members of the science club participate at the APEGA Science Olympics to represent Elboya. This event gathers students from multiple schools to compete in various science-based challenges.

Wrestling Club (Grade 5)

Wednesdays at lunch (first half), Small Gym

Come and learn the beginning moves of wrestling!  Join Mr. Dubray in the small gym.

Drama Club (Grade 5 - 6)

Tuesdays at Lunch in Room 13 (February - April)

The purpose of Drama club is to provide a safe and comfortable space for students to develop positive self-image and to play! Students will be learning various theatre games and participating in mini-scene work activities in order to get a small taste of what they would experience in Drama as an option course. Students will work collaboratively with others in order to learn what it means to be apart of an ensemble.

Crochet/Knitting Club (Grades 5 – 9)

Thursdays at Lunch in the Modular Classroom (January – April)

Grade 5-9 students get your crochet hooks or knitting needles out. A Crochet/Knitting club will be offered in January and will run through to April. Experience and inexperience crocheters and knitters are welcomed. Please bring your lunch to Mme Auclair's class (in the portables) on Thursdays at lunch. Also, please note that Mme Auclair does not knit and therefore will not be teaching knitting techniques. Come to work on projects and to learn from others!

ROCK and ROLL Club

Thursdays from 12:35 to 1:15 Beginning of February to May

All aspiring rock and rollers here’s your chance!  This club is open to grade 7 to 9 students who are serious in getting together to practice/learn various rock and roll tunes in the desire to perform during the Elboyan Idol spectacular in May.  We are looking for guitarists, keyboardists, possibly a small horn section, and percussion.  Students wishing to be part of this group must be ready to commit one lunch hour a week (Thursday from 12:35 to 1:15) as well as be able to practice their parts at home.  This club will run from the beginning of February to the Elboyan Idol performance.

Clubs

Math Tutorials, Room 23 

  • Grade 8 | Friday mornings 8:15 - 9:00
  • Grade 9 | Tuesday Mornings 8:15 - 9:00

Art Club (Grade 5 - 6)

Mondays at lunch, Room 27 (Dec-April)

Join us for some fun, colourful and creative times! Let’s make some great projects together in a relaxing and inspiring environment. 

Friendship Ninjas

Grade 5 students are invited to room 13 from 12:35 – 1:15 on Tuesdays, from January 8 to February 26.

One of the most important parts of school (and life) is our friendships. This club is designed to celebrate ways of being a good friend and becoming a Friendship Ninja! A Friendship Ninja knows how to recognize when friendships are in trouble and how to get through tricky friendship situations. We will be doing drama skits and art projects as we become skilled Friendship Ninjas.

Debate Club

Thursdays after school in the library (Sept – March)

Calling all debaters! The Elboya Debate club is looking for students who want to learn skills and rules of debate. We will have our experienced debaters there to answer all your questions.
Join for fun and experience:  it is possible to join and participate without committing to competitions.
Interested in competing:  Make a team and participate in debate competitions with other schools.

Me to WE Club (Grade 5 - 9)

Wednesdays at Lunch, Room 10 (all year)

Help Turn ME into WE!
Would you like to be part of an Elboya Club that will make a change in your school community, your neighborhood and the world? Are you an Elboya Student in grades five to nine? If you answered, “YES”, to these questions, then you need to join Elboya’s ME to WE Club!
ME to WE inspires and enables people to become leaders and agents of change. WE is a movement that empowers people to change the world. Make your actions count by joining us.

Patrols (Grade 5 - 6)

Grades 5 or 6 students are invited to join the Patrollers. This is a full year commitment and requires 20 –25 minutes of time after school. Bus students are welcome to join provided they make arrangements for pick up on the day(s) that they patrol.

Pride Club (Grade 7 - 9)

Tuesday at lunch in Room 22 (all year)

Students from grades 7-9 meet to discuss LGBTQ+ issues and topics, plan the Day of Silence, and generally raise awareness around the school about challenges faced by the LGBTQ+ community. This is a safe space, where anyone is welcome to come and share their thoughts and stories. 

Science Club (Grade 5 - 6)

Thursdays at lunch, Room 18 (February – May)

Every week during Science club we will be working on a given series of problem-solving challenges that demonstrate the fun side of engineering and geoscience and also show how these fields impact our everyday lives. All challenges are related to Alberta school curricula and have been developed by a group comprising APEGA Professional Engineers and Professional Geoscientists! If you sign-up to Science Club you need to commit 1 lunchtime per week. 

Science Club (Grade 7 - 9)

Thursdays: At Lunch, Room 26 (February – May)

This club provides an opportunity to enjoy science with friends by participating in various activities such as building challenges, experiments, product design, problem solving and one challenge provided by APEGA. Each year 5 members of the science club participate at the APEGA Science Olympics to represent Elboya. This event gathers students from multiple schools to compete in various science-based challenges.

Wrestling Club (Grade 5)

Wednesdays at lunch (first half), Small Gym

Come and learn the beginning moves of wrestling!  Join Mr. Dubray in the small gym.

Drama Club (Grade 5 - 6)

Tuesdays at Lunch in Room 13 (February - April)

The purpose of Drama club is to provide a safe and comfortable space for students to develop positive self-image and to play! Students will be learning various theatre games and participating in mini-scene work activities in order to get a small taste of what they would experience in Drama as an option course. Students will work collaboratively with others in order to learn what it means to be apart of an ensemble.

Crochet/Knitting Club (Grades 5 – 9)

Thursdays at Lunch in the Modular Classroom (January – April)

Grade 5-9 students get your crochet hooks or knitting needles out. A Crochet/Knitting club will be offered in January and will run through to April. Experience and inexperience crocheters and knitters are welcomed. Please bring your lunch to Mme Auclair's class (in the portables) on Thursdays at lunch. Also, please note that Mme Auclair does not knit and therefore will not be teaching knitting techniques. Come to work on projects and to learn from others!

ROCK and ROLL Club

Thursdays from 12:35 to 1:15 Beginning of February to May

All aspiring rock and rollers here’s your chance!  This club is open to grade 7 to 9 students who are serious in getting together to practice/learn various rock and roll tunes in the desire to perform during the Elboyan Idol spectacular in May.  We are looking for guitarists, keyboardists, possibly a small horn section, and percussion.  Students wishing to be part of this group must be ready to commit one lunch hour a week (Thursday from 12:35 to 1:15) as well as be able to practice their parts at home.  This club will run from the beginning of February to the Elboyan Idol performance.

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