​​Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular activities invite students to pursue passions and interests that fall outside the curriculum. These activities can include special interest clubs, arts, music and athletics. Opportunities are offered depending on school resources. ​​


Grades 1-6 Extracurricular Activities

2021 - 2022 School Year

Dear BelPark Families,

This school year we have a number of upcoming opportunities for students to engage in extracurricular events (Covid restrictions permitting).  Below we have listed some of the events, some of which have started or will be starting soon. 



Student Leadership and Advisory Group (includes Spirit Days)

Students will attend a monthly meeting and share information with their classmates (entire year)

Student will share 'bugs and hugs' with the teacher leader and will problem solve the 'hugs', information to be shared with administration and classmates

Students will create and advertise spirit days activities (ex:  crazy hair day)

ROARS Assembly

Students will lead the monthly ROARS assembly (entire year)

Students will be selected each month based on their leadership of ROARS during class, as well as recess and lunch/recess


Students will collect recycling from each classroom and each shared space (weekly)

Paper recycling will be placed into the school's grey bins

Larger recycling will be taken to the large bin on the south side of the school

Learning Commons

Students will learn to shelve book into the correct locations

Students will keep the space neat and tidy

Office Helpers

Students will learn to answer the main door and let students into the building (once-twice a week)

Students will count and handout newsletters and other items

Students may learn to photocopy items

Students will support fundraising opportunities 

Eco Leadership

Students will learn about the environment supported by our Bee City and Learning Gardens on School Grounds

Orff the Wall

Selected students will practice and preform at the Jack Singer Concert Hall

Board Games 

Students will learn to play various board games

Students will practice turn taking, sharing, leadership opportunities


Fine Arts

Students will rehearse and perform at school events

Students will learn to create specific pieces of art following specific techniques


Students will learn various sports games

Students will play games against other teams

Sportsmanship will be key within this club

There will be more activities coming!  We thought we would let you know about the ones that have already been planned for this year!

Thank you BelPark teachers for taking on these diverse opportunities for our students to engage in!

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