I Enjoy Art! - Kids 'n ClayTop of Page

This is an enrichment activity open to 1st, 2nd and 3rd graders and 4th and 5th graders in a separate session.  All sessions are held from 2:45 - 3:45 in room #301.  This club provides exposure to the art of clay modeling.  By the end of the session you will have experience working in modeling clay and will have completed your own project piece.  It is taught by one of our wonderful teachers, Mrs. Flanagan.
1st, 2nd, & 3rd graders (Limited to 20 students)
Session #1 - March 30th
Session #2 - April 6th

4th & 5th graders (Limited to 20 students)
Session #1 - March 31st
Session #2 - April 7th

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Flanagan.
Cartoon boy and girl. Girl is holding up the ears of a bunny and the boy is drawing spots on the tail.

Drama ClubTop of Page

These are student centered productions that expose students to all aspects of putting on a stage production.

Falcon Facts Student NewsletterTop of Page

This is an enrichment activity open to 3rd-5th graders that meets in room #208 from 2:45 - 3:45.  Become part of this exciting group who will write, photograph, and illustrate stories about school and community events from a student perspective.  See what it takes to put out a professional looking newsletter.  Our staff editor for this program is our dynamic teacher, Ms. Beggerly.
clip art student

ChoirTop of Page

This club meets to promote the beauty of singing.  They perform at school assemblies and various local events throughout the school year.

LeadershipTop of Page

This year we have moved from a Student Council to a larger group of students referred to as Leadership.  The goal of Leadership is to increase our school spirit, include students, and to work to improve our wonderful school through a multitude of projects.
school pride

Garden ClubTop of Page

We have installed raised garden beds in front each of our classroom pods, planted several different citrus trees in our orchard, and constructed a composting station.  This dedicated group of students weeds (as needed), fertilizes the plants, and collects organic waste from our campus to compost.  They also raise worms to add to the plants and trees as natural fertilizer.  These students truly are working on their green thumbs.