Chapel Hill Preparatory After School Clubs 2021-2022  

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    This year here at Chapel Hill Preparatory, we have a wide range of clubs full of fantastic experiences, fun and education.

    Please note that changes may occur as we update clubs availability

     

    Art Journaling Club, 3rd-5th only (limit 15 students) Thursdays 3:30-4:30

    Come and explore your creative side. You will be creating a beautiful art journal exploring many different and fun art activities and techniques. This club is open to students in grades 3 - 5. Space is limited so sign up if you are interested.

      

    Basketball Team CO-ED, 4th & 5th Grade, with Coach Valdez 

    You will be learning to play basketball and competing against other schools. Lots of exercise and fun.

     

    Volleyball Team CO-ED , 4th & 5th Grade, with Coach Valdez

    You will be learning to play volleyball and competing against other schools. Lots of exercise and fun. 

     

     Cheerleading Squad, 3rd-5th only, with Ms. Graves on Fridays 3:30-4:30 in Rm. 118Cheer Squad

    Our mission is to promote and spread school pride. We are leaders who encourage school spirit, promote teamwork and good sportsmanship. We are the Chargers!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     Destination Imagination (by invitation only) with Ms. Smith on Wednesdays & Thursdays 

    Problem Solving Competition. Maximum of 7 students and by invitation only. Students choose a problem then work together to create a solution. This is a non-competitive team for K-2, or competitve if the team is grade 3-5. Creative individuals who are great at receiving constructive criticism and work well with a team are ideal participants. This club requires a solid committment by both student and parent.

     

    Piano Club, 4th-5th (3:30-4:30) with Ms. Oh on Thursdays in the Music Room

    Chapel Hill Piano club is an extension of Mrs. Oh's music class. Students who want to learn how to play the piano are welcome to come after school on Thursday from 3:30-4:30pm. In this class, students will be introduced to basic piano skills that eventually will lead to playing songs and more.

     

    Cub Scouts, with Ms. Smith Biweekly on Wednesdays 

    Boys and Girls, grades 1-5. At Cub Scouts, students will participate in many activities to learn leadership and outdoor skills. Cub Scouts provides programs and activities that give the opportunity to: Try new things; Provide service to others; Build self-confidence; and Reinforce ethical standards.   

     

    Lone Star Challenge Team is a Competitive Club with Mrs. Peillard on Thursdays 3:30-4:15

    A team of students compete against other students in the district on various subjects: science, math, reading, writing, etc. The competition theme will be announced soon

     

    Lego League Jr. K-3nd only (by invitation)with Mrs. Castelnau on Thursdays 3:30-4:15

     You will be solving problems by creating and building new city buildings which include robotic elements. You will be building with Legos and programming Lego robotics. The team's final solution will be presented at a district-wide exhibition.

      

    Zumba Fitness for K-2nd with Ms. Huaman on Thursdays 3:30-4:15 in Rm. 134

    Come and do Zumba for fun and fitness. There will be music, exercise, and stretching. This is a great club for fun, coordination, flexibility and fitness.

     

    Science Club by invitation only with Mrs. Taylor on Thursdays 3:30-4:30

     Science Club is an extension to the science curriculum taught during the school day; however, Science Club allows students to be more involved scientists as they implement hands-on investigations on various topics and answer curious questions

     

    UIL: Listening 4 th -5 th GRADES ONLY LIMIT OF 3 STUDENT PER GRADE LEVEL with Ms. Smith every other Wednesdays 3:30-4:30 

    UIL: Listening is a competitive team that competes with other students within the district. 3 students per grade level within 4th-5th grade will listen to a passage or story. They will then test their listening skills via questionnaire about what they heard. Competition dates: December 4th and April 2nd

     

    World Poetry 1st & 2nd grades only with Mrs. Leeper on Fridays 3:30-4:30

    Students will explore and study the art of poetry around the world.

     

    UIL: Chess Puzzles 3 rd -5 th GRADES ONLY LIMIT OF 3 STUDENT PER GRADE LEVEL with Mrs. Leeper on Thursdays 3:30-4:30

    UIL: Chess Puzzles is a competitive team that competes with other students within the district. 3 students per grade level within 3rd-5th grade will learn how to play chess. They will then test their chess knowledge via questionnaire about various chess strategies and play scenarios. Competition dates: December 4th and April 2nd

     

    UIL: Number Sense 3 rd -5 th GRADES ONLY LIMIT OF 3 STUDENT PER GRADE LEVEL with Mrs. Leeper on Thursdays 3:30-4:30

    UIL: Number Sense is a competitive team that competes with other students within the district. 3 students per grade level within 3rd-5th grade will learn various math facts ranging from math skills taught from Kindergarten through 12th grade. They will then test their knowledge with a timed math facts exam. Competition dates: December 4th and April 2nd

     

    UIL: Ready Writing 3 rd -5 th GRADES ONLY LIMIT OF 3 STUDENT PER GRADE LEVEL with Ms. Gallegos on Thursdays 3:30-4:30 

    UIL: Ready Writing is a competitive team that competes with other students within the district. 3 students per grade level within 3rd-5th grade will learn various writing strategies. Students will get to write and respond to various writing prompts that promotes creativity and more. They will be given limit time to respond to a prompt on the day of the competition. Competition dates: December 4th and April 2nd

     

    UIL: Spelling 3rd-5th GRADES ONLY LIMIT OF 3 STUDENT PER GRADE LEVEL with Ms. Gallegos on Thursdays 3:30-4:30

    UIL: Spelling is a competitive team that competes with other students within the district. 3 students per grade level within 3rd-5th grade will learn various spelling patterns and phonics. They will then test their spelling skills via a spelling test during the competition. Competition dates: December 4th and April 2nd

     

    For questions or more information about a club please contact the sponsoring teacher.