• Battle of the Books

    Battle of the Books is designed to have 4th and 5th grade students participate in weekly book studies/club sessions.  The participating students work collaboratively to discuss award winning pieces of literature and respond to questions about plot, characters, setting, and theme.  At the end of the study sessions, student teams will compete against one another at the CCSD Battle of the Books Competition.

    More information on this activity will be coming soon.

  • Chess Club

    Chess Club will not be held until such time as activities like this are permitted.

    Chess Club meets on most Thursdays from 2:45 - 3:45 to teach students how to play Chess.  Our goal is to inspire a love of Chess and to prepare students to compete in the district tournament.  Chess Club is open to students in grade 3 – 5.

    Email Ms. Angelo for more information

  • Choir

    Choir will not be held until such time as activities like this are permitted.

    Students in grades 3-5 have the opportunity to join.  Students who are interested in choir should love to sing and want to learn more about how to use their voices.  The choir rehearses every Thursday from 2:45-3:45 and performs several times throughout the school year including the Veterans Assembly, a winter concert, Multicultural Night, and a spring concert.

    Email Mrs. King for more information

  • CREATE Club

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    Create - Create Club will be offered to 2nd through 5th grade students. Students will work on STEM projects, such as bucket towers, launchers, video-making, photography, etc. Create Club begins in January and culminates with a District Expo in February.

  • Destination Imagination

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    Students in grades K-5 will be presented with challenges that encourage them to use the creative process to turn their ideas into reality.  Students work in teams to research, design and build a solution to their preferred challenge.  In solving a challenge, they learn the creative process – a powerful learning tool that helps students assess problems, reflect on their progress, learn from failure and turn their original ideas into reality.  Students who participate in the Challenge Program have the opportunity to present their solutions at a local tournament and if they qualify at the state level, they're invited to participate in Global Finals, our culminating international tournament that celebrates student creativity.

    Email Ms. Angelo for more information

  • Intramurals

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    Intramurals take place in August, September, October, November, December, April and May for 3rd through 5th grade students.  Activities include team building, tennis, hockey, soccer, flag football, capture the flag, golf, frisbee golf, basketball, volleyball and other gym games.

    Email Mr. Gaede for more information

  • Jumpsters

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    Jumpsters is a jump rope and character building team.  It takes place in the winter and ends with a school jump rope show in March.  It's a try out based team that looks at both skill and teamwork.  Due to spacing in the gym it is limited to 35 third through fifth grade students.

    Email Mr. Gaede for more information

  • Student Leadership Club

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    Student Leadership Club – This club meets one or two times per month and is open to all fifth-grade students who wish to participate. The club’s mission is to encourage students to initiate leadership and service opportunities in the school and greater community by living out The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People to enhance responsibility, empathy, communication, and advocacy skills. They typically meet on specified Mondays from 2:45-3:45.