Service in the Safety Patrol is vital to our school community. Duties require a short amount of time before/after school each day. Members are responsible for being courteous, dependable, and having a positive attitude while keeping their peers safe. Safety Patrol flyer
Students cheer on the basketball teams and rally school spirit! Cheerleaders are motivated, dedicated, and ready to cheer on their peers with a positive attitude!
Girls/Boys Basketball Teams
Have fun learning basketball skills and fundamentals such as passing, dribbling, and shooting. This recreational team excels in developing the love of the game, teamwork, fair play, and school spirit!
Do you love to run? Running club teaches running fundamentals, teamwork, and character development skills. Have fun with friends and get great exercise too!
The Student Council focuses on developing good citizenship and leadership skills, as well as teaching government. Students discuss ways to improve the school and help out in the community.
Robotics club integrates STEM curriculum concepts. Students will be learning the basics of robotics, simple machines, and programming. Problem solving and logical thinking skills will be emphasized.
Love to sing? The chorus performs several times a year showcasing the talents of our students. Music helps to foster teamwork, cooperation, and self-discipline. Even better, the students have fun!
Good News Club
The Good News Club are after-school Bible classes attended for one hour once a week. The classes are designed to teach character and morals. Activities include signing, scripture and Bible review games. Typically, the program is operational for 6-10 weeks each year.
All Pro Dads
Dad and kids, come join us for fellowship and fun! Learn tips and resources for being the best Dad you can be and you’ll strengthen your relationship with your kids at the same time.
Girls on the Run
GOTR inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.
*If your child is interested in joining a club or activity, please contact your child’s homeroom teacher for more information.
*Please note, some clubs/activities require a tryout, are for upper grade levels, or have a limited amount of space. Please see your child’s teacher for more information.