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​​Students have the opportunity to get involved in various interest areas.

​Bricks4Kids Club
Grades K-6
Moderator: Mrs. Megan Gretz
This is an after-school program

Kindergarten through sixth grade students may sign up for this STEM program that engages children into building gadgets using Legos, teaching children how things work.

Chapter Book Club
Grades 1-6
This is a summer program

Students advancing into first through sixth grade may choose to participate in the Summer Chapter Book Club. During the summer months, they are asked to read a designated chapter book selected by their upcoming teacher. About a week before the start of the year, the children gather with their new homeroom teacher to discuss the book, complete a relative activity and enjoy a pizza lunch.

Chess Club
Grades 4-6

​A chess tournament is held in April for students in fourth through sixth grade who want to participate in the competition. Trophies are awarded.

Instrumental Lessons
Grades 2-6
Instructors: Mrs. Nola Lonigro and Miss Rebekah Laughlin

Beginning in second grade, children may take instrument or voice lessons from experts in the field of music. We have two instructors who meet with students one-on-one in the afternoons during the school day. All brass instruments, keyboard and voice are offered. The children showcase their talent at our Spring Music Program.

Performing Arts Club
Grades 3-6
Director: Sue Camele
This is an after-school program

One of our most popular clubs. Children in third through sixth grade may audition for a part in that year's show. This happens in September. Participants stay after school two days a week, rehearsing for the February performance. Stage Crew is also available for those who have a greater interest in this area.

​Robotics
Grade 6

Our sixth grade students engage in the Robotics Program. They create a robot on the computer, identifying the robot's movements. Then, the build the robot using specially designed Legos. Using the program the students designed, the robot will perform tasks. The Robotics Program is part of the STREAM Program.

STREAM Camps
Grades K-6
This is a summer program

STREAM Camps are offered in the summer months based on grade levels. The camps are one week long. Recently, our primary grades created a butterfly garden, and our older students identified and developed ways of dropping an egg without breaking it. We are excited to see what lies ahead.

STREAM Program
Grades PK-6

STREAM stands for science, technology, religion, engineering, art and math. The program was designed to have our students engage in project-based activities that have them collaborating with each other in small groups. The children are placed in groups of three or four and are given a project to complete. Each project comes with a set of criteria the students have to follow. They work in their groups designing, building, testing and tweaking their projects. The teacher does nothing more than facilitate the projects.

Summer Reading Challenge
Grades PK-6
This is a summer program

All children are invited to take the Summer Reading Challenge - to read a minimum of five books suited to their reading level. Students in preschool and kindergarten may be read to by an adult. The children record the title and author of their books and turn these in at the start of the school year. All who participate receive a dress down pass and enjoy a pizza party.