Clubs

Robotics

Students meet and have the opportunity to learn about robotics and compete against other middle school students in the Basic Bot League, a robotics competition hosted by Robert Thirsk High School. 

Grade 5/6 Basketball Club

Basketball Club runs on Wednesday’s at lunch for any grade 5 or 6 student that is interested. The group also participates in mini basketball tournament during the basketball season


Choir

Choir meets Wednesdays at lunch. All grades are welcome! Members sing at all the major assemblies/concerts throughout the year…including a song for the graduates in June. 


Crib Club

Meets every Thursday at lunch. All grades are welcome! This is for kids who want to learn and/or play cribbage.  This is a great game to practice Math and strategy skills.


Chess Club 

Runs through the winter on Tuesdays and during indoor lunches when the weather is not cooperating.


Junior Model UN

Junior Model UN is a club for grade 9 students who are interested in government and politics. At Jr. Model UN students will be simulating the World Health Organization (WHO) and will specifically be dealing with issues surrounding malaria, TB, HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases. Students will be trained in order to participate in the Junior Model UN conference held at Churchill on March 16, 2018. 


Scale Model Builders

On Tuesdays and Thursdays at lunch time.


Yearbook Club

Students are busy taking pictures and designing the yearbook!  Every Thursday students meet at lunch to create the  yearbook.


Coyote Spirit Club

We bring spirit to the Coyote community at Arbour Lake school! We help decide what spirit days we will have for the school year, volunteer and help set up for school events such as the Terry Fox Run, Halloween Dance, Volunteer Tea, and much more! Come and join us when you can and manage fundraisers/ create awareness for events you are passionate about! All grades are welcome to join. 


Skipping Club

Tuesdays at lunch students are able to get in some exercise and use up some energy at our Skipping Club. Some of our members are exceptionally talented and participants are able to learn some fancy skills!


Math Club

Learn some great math skills through dice and card games at lunch. 


Braille Club

Learn about Braille and the art of communication for the visually impaired at lunch at our Braille club.


Drawing Club

Come learn some basic, or not so basic drawing techniques, Thursdays at lunch.


Pack Leaders

Pack Leaders, in partnership with Aspen, meets Tuesday after school until 4pm. Pack Leaders is designed to build community and  take actions make Arbour Lake School a better place. 



Learn about Choir, Chamber Choir and Jazz Band


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