It is hoped that all students will be involved in extracurricular activities. Willow Park School offers a variety of activities and clubs at various times throughout the year.  Special interest clubs such as Me To We, Wellness, improv, film, art, dance, yoga, scrapbooking, anime, kit bashing, game development and more. Information will posted as it is received in the office

Art/Gallery Club - Grade 7 - 9  Thursdays at lunch in Room 218 with Mrs. Saxton

Cosplay Club - Grade 7 - 9  Thursdays at lunch in Room 121 with Mr. Hample

Computer Lab - (lunch hour times) Monday - Thursday 12:29 - 12:54

Dance Show - Grade 5 & 6. In January our grade 7 - 9 Dance classes will perform their dance show. Students that are in grade 5 & 6 who are interested in being a part of that dance show are encouraged to go to the dance studio at lunch on Thursdays with Ms. Romanchuk

Dungeons and Dragons Club - Grade 7 - 9. Thursdays at lunch in Room 119 with Ms. Quinn-Hall

GSA Club - Last Tuesday of the month in room 213. Activities, a place to chill, information sharing about the LGBTQ2+ community during the lunch hour. A student led initiative with Mr. Khubyar as the host teacher.


Hope for Animals Club - Grade 5 - 9 Wednesdays at lunch in Room 219 with Ms. Shields

Improv Club - Grades 5 - 9  Wednesdays at lunch in the Drama Room with Mr. Shank

Inkspired - A daily drawing club for all students grades 5 - 9 during the lunch hour in the Art Room with Ms. Pedersen 

Learning Commons - (lunch hour times) Monday to Thursday 12:29 - 12:54

Me to We Club - Grade 5 - 9  Thursdays at lunch in the Foods Room with Mrs. Mallabone 

Open Gym - Grade 5 & 6 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 12:04 - 12:29 <><>Grade 7 - 9 Monday & Thursday 12:29 - 12:54

Stamp/Card Club - Grade 6 Tuesdays and Thursdays at lunch. Limited space. Room 202 with Mrs. Egan from the end of October to about April/May

Yearbook Club - Grade 7 - 9  Thursdays at lunch in Room 112 with Ms. Coles


Clubs

It is hoped that all students will be involved in extracurricular activities. Willow Park School offers a variety of activities and clubs at various times throughout the year.  Special interest clubs such as Me To We, Wellness, improv, film, art, dance, yoga, scrapbooking, anime, kit bashing, game development and more. Information will posted as it is received in the office

Art/Gallery Club - Grade 7 - 9  Thursdays at lunch in Room 218 with Mrs. Saxton

Cosplay Club - Grade 7 - 9  Thursdays at lunch in Room 121 with Mr. Hample

Computer Lab - (lunch hour times) Monday - Thursday 12:29 - 12:54

Dance Show - Grade 5 & 6. In January our grade 7 - 9 Dance classes will perform their dance show. Students that are in grade 5 & 6 who are interested in being a part of that dance show are encouraged to go to the dance studio at lunch on Thursdays with Ms. Romanchuk

Dungeons and Dragons Club - Grade 7 - 9. Thursdays at lunch in Room 119 with Ms. Quinn-Hall

GSA Club - Last Tuesday of the month in room 213. Activities, a place to chill, information sharing about the LGBTQ2+ community during the lunch hour. A student led initiative with Mr. Khubyar as the host teacher.


Hope for Animals Club - Grade 5 - 9 Wednesdays at lunch in Room 219 with Ms. Shields

Improv Club - Grades 5 - 9  Wednesdays at lunch in the Drama Room with Mr. Shank

Inkspired - A daily drawing club for all students grades 5 - 9 during the lunch hour in the Art Room with Ms. Pedersen 

Learning Commons - (lunch hour times) Monday to Thursday 12:29 - 12:54

Me to We Club - Grade 5 - 9  Thursdays at lunch in the Foods Room with Mrs. Mallabone 

Open Gym - Grade 5 & 6 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 12:04 - 12:29 <><>Grade 7 - 9 Monday & Thursday 12:29 - 12:54

Stamp/Card Club - Grade 6 Tuesdays and Thursdays at lunch. Limited space. Room 202 with Mrs. Egan from the end of October to about April/May

Yearbook Club - Grade 7 - 9  Thursdays at lunch in Room 112 with Ms. Coles


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