• Book Club

    Students in grades 2-7 have the opportunity to participate in a multi-week book club. During our sessions, we will be discussing a book decided on by participating students.  Students will be responsible for reading the book outside of school, so our sessions can focus on discussion. At the culmination of our session, students will have the chance to watch the movie adaptation of the selected book. 

    Students must have available transportation to ensure they can be picked up at 4:15. (*Dismissal time will be 5:15 on our last session to allow for the viewing length of the movie.)

    * Please note the meeting times and book offerings for each grade. 

    * A link to vote for each student’s choice of selection will be sent, and notice of the selected book will be sent via Remind at least one week prior to our first meeting.

     

    5th - 7th:        Meeting dates – Oct. 21, 28, Nov. 4, 11

    Book selection: The Princess Bride (William Goldman)

     

    3rd - 4th:       Meeting Dates – Nov. 18, Dec. 2, 9, 16

    Book selection: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe (C.S. Lewis)

     

    2nd Boys:     Meeting Dates – Jan. 8, 15, 22

    Book selectionHow to Eat Fried Worms (Thomas Rockwell)   

     

    2nd Girls:     Meeting Dates – Jan. 27, Feb. 3, 10

    Book selectionThe BFG (Roald Dahl)

     

    * Students may bring a snack and clear beverage to each class. Pillow and blanket may also be brought to the movie day and left in the library in the morning that day.

    * Siblings are not permitted during Book Club, so please be mindful of arrangements for those students.

     

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    Makerspace

    The idea behind the Makerspace is to offer a "club" where as many primary students can participate as possible.

    • There will not be a set roster of students for Makerspace; it will be an elective event per event.
    • Any primary or 1st grade student may participate in any of the offered club dates. (Dates to be announced.)
    • Parent involvement will be required for the student to participate. (The activities will require assistance.)
    • All are welcome, but each date will "cap out" at the first 20 parent/child partners to arrive (due to space).
    • The club will meet on various days of the week (Maker Monday, Tinker Tuesday, etc.) and will be before school.
    • Dates will be advertised on Social Media, and possibly in Tuesday Newsday.

    Students will return to breakfast in the cafeteria after the student/parent have completed their activity. 

    Makerspace Dates