THE HOMEWORK CLUB IS A FREE AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM. It will be held on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:30 - 3:45 pm. All students are given a place to do homework and assisted by teachers and/or para-professionals.Homework Club is open to any student you think would benefit and is already not in tutoring.
Both clubs will be held on Mondays from 2:45 - 3:45 pm
In addition to learning Spanish, we will explore the customs of different Spanish-speaking countries! We will make new friends and explore through reading books, music, and much more! If you like to learn and have fun and are excited to learn to speak another language, we welcome you to join the club.
American Sign Language
In addition to learning basic sign language, we will learn about Deaf culture and Deaf people. We will also be exploring different ways people use sign language to communicate such as people who interpret songs and people who are Deaf actors! If you like to learn and have fun and are excited to learn to speak another language, we welcome you to joining the club!
For grades 3-6, every other Wednesday at 7:15 am.
The mission is to allow students to become positive leaders and self-motivation. We will look for opportunities to help reach our PBIS goals by encouraging student leadership on our campus. We will encourage the values of kindness and compassion and align our goals with Rachel’s Challenge purpose.
So what is STEM? STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math. These four symbols represent the different areas of STEM education.
STEM education integrates concepts that are usually taught as separate subjects in different classes and emphasizes the application of knowledge to real-life situations. A lesson or unit in a STEM class is typically based around finding a solution to a real-world problem and tends to emphasize project-based learning. A variation of STEM is STEAM, which includes an 'A' for art and design. Artistic design is becoming an important part of STEM education since creativity is an essential part of innovation. Many STEM lessons involve building models and simulating situations. A good STEM lesson ensures that students understand the connection to the real world.