Clubs

At this time, there will be no clubs due to Covid19 restrictions.  Please stay tuned for up to date information when this changes.

 

We Act Club

The We Act Club began its inaugural year at our school and has brought awareness of global issues around poverty to the entire school. Their first fundraiser was to sell Rafiki chains for $10 each. The fundraiser made a total of $2150. Half of the money will go to the Masai Mamas, a group of women from Kenya who have supported their community to rise out of hardship and poverty using their handiwork making the rafiki chains. The other half will go toward health care in rural Kenya. Our school can not wait to see the next initiative from this dedicated group of young people.

Leadership Club

This year Alex Ferguson is sponsoring a leadership club for students in grades five and six. The leadership club will focus on finding out about issues in our local and global communities, educating others about these issues, and taking action to make a difference. The club will be involved in leadership and service within our school.

Together, we can make a difference! 

Chess Club

Mr. Jassar is running Chess Club for Grade 5 and 6 students at Alex Ferguson School. This club is open to all ability levels. Students will learn the basic skills and strategies associated with chess. We will focus on gamesmanship and learning from our peers. 

Click Club

Click Club is helping support the making of the grade six memory book. Students gather over scheduled lunch periods to review photograph shot lists, take photos, discuss mini photo lessons and more! Photos will be intentionally taken so that they can be used to illustrate the life of grade six students at Alex Ferguson School. The club secured a donation of three SLR cameras and three point and shoot cameras to use for their project.


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