Board Game Club
The Board Game Club meets every other Monday. It is open to students in 2nd – 4th grades and provides an opportunity for students to learn new board games or play classics with friends. Board Game Club is sponsored by Deborah Trostad: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chess Club is an after-school club for students in grades 2-4. Student applications will be available at the beginning of each school year. Chess Club will meet the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month from 3:30 to 4:30. Chess Club is sponsored by Sarah Brown: email@example.com
FIRST Lego League Explore
First Lego League Explore is an after-school activity with limited spots. The amount of student participants is dependent upon parent volunteers. In Explore, teams of students in 2nd and 3rd grade focus on the fundamentals of engineering as they explore real-world problems, learn to design, and code and create unique solutions made with LEGO bricks and powered by LEGO® Education WeDo 2.0. Applications will be available September 1st. Meetings will be every other week after school 3:30-4:30 beginning in September (day of the week to be determined). Lego League Explore is sponsored by Leslie Hagan: firstname.lastname@example.org and Bonnie Spangler: email@example.com.
FIRST Lego League Challenge
First Lego League Challenge is a competitive team for 4th grade students. This team will engage in research, problem-solving, coding, and engineering – building and programming a LEGO robot that navigates the missions of a robot game. Woodland Lego League Challenge meets after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30-4:30. Students are selected based on their completed applications and meetings start in August for 4th grade team members. Lego League is sponsored by Carol Lawson: firstname.lastname@example.org and Clark Ward email@example.com
Safety patrol is a program that allows students to show leadership among their peers. The responsibility of safety patrol is to help maintain a safe environment for our students. While greeting students in the morning, saying goodbye in the afternoons, raising and bringing down our flags, and monitoring the hallways students have the opportunity to show that they are respectful, responsible, and role models for other students. Our safety patrol program will end in May when they will get the opportunity to visit our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C. Applications for Safety Patrol are accepted in the Spring for the following school year. Safety Patrol is sponsored by Mrs. Binder: firstname.lastname@example.org.