Animal Awareness Club

Do you love learning about animals?  This club is for all the animal lovers who enjoy researching different animals.  Every Thursday, 12:10-12:45, room 202, teacher volunteer: Ms. Wasylciw.

Crochet Club

Learn how to crochet from fellow students!  Supplies can be provided for $7.  All grades welcome.  Every Thursday, 12:10-12:45, art room, teacher volunteer: Ms. Laudinsky.

Grade 6 Only Games Club

Unplug from your screen and join your friends for good old fashioned fun!  Games include Monopoly, darts, Scrabble, chess, Tetris, Guess Who, Perfection, Battleship, Connect Four, Twister, Foosball and MANY more!  Every Tuesday, 12:10-12:45, Foods room, teacher volunteer: Ms. Hunt.

Dungeons & Dragons Club

The original tabletop roleplaying game! Students gather (or join) a group of friends and adopt the roles of intrepid adventurers, dastardly rogues, morally grey mercenaries or some variation of the three in an attempt to survive in a fantasy world of swords and sorcery. Every Tuesday, 4:00 - 5:15, room 202, teacher volunteers: Ms. Wasylciw and Mr. Summach.

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