Our school offer students the opportunity to connect with students from other classes, meet new teachers and learn new skills. We offer both service based and recreational opportunities for our students. We encourage all of our students to join at least one club during the school year. Clubs run either at noon hour or before school starts in the morning. If parents would like to offer a club, your expertise and enthusiasm is always welcome. When a student signs up for a club, we want to ensure that parents are aware of the commitment that is being made, so sign-up forms will be sent home.

Math Olympiads

Tuesdays from 11:55 AM – 12:00 PM in Room 12

Math Olympiads is an international organization that promotes growth in the area of math problem solving. Jennie Elliott has participated for a number of years and will have a Math Olympiads club again this year.

This club is for students in Grades 4, 5 and 6 who want an extra challenge in math and like to work with others. It will run most Tuesdays from late October until early March. Students will eat lunch in their own rooms and then will meet from 11:55 AM – 12:20 PM in Room 9.

If students would like to come and give it a try, they can come the first 2 times and see what it’s all about before making a decision. Forms will be sent out mid-October. Looking forward to seeing both returning and new students come out to Math Olympiads!

Yearbook Club

Students reflect on variety of pictures and discuss camera angle and composition. Cameras are always available and we have reviewed camera use rules: 

  • always have the safety strap on
  • appropriateness of pictures
  • take lots of pictures

In our club we have time to practice using the cameras so the students are familiar with the basic functions.  

We always ask that cameras are returned after they are used, as we want to ensure pictures are downloaded quickly allowing us to sort through the photos and that batteries are always charged and cameras are in working condition.

The students are very eager to take pictures and they are taking the job very seriously.

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