Arts Clubs

Private Music Lessons – We continue to support parents in attaining piano, guitar, voice, and other lessons for their child. Payments arrangements are an agreement between the instructor and the parent. The school coordinates times and space.

Lunch–Time Dance Club – starts in October and meets once/week.

Sports Clubs

Active Living Club - this club runs Thursday and Fridays during long lunch recess. Classes are invited to participate in activities that promote healthy competition, physical, emotional and mental well-being as well as mindfulness. Self-Confidence, team and communication building are also valuable components of the Active Living Club.

Running Club & Cross Country - This club is for Grades 4 - 6 Students. They meet during lunch recess, once or twice a week for practices. Cross Country is in the Fall and Running Club is in the Winter/Spring. In the Fall, they go to the Wetaskiwin meet as well as the LDAA Cross Country meet. In February they go to the Butterdome to participate in the Indoor Games where they run in a relay race at the University of Alberta. They also try and squeeze one more race or Track Meet in before the end of the year.

Social/Mentorship Clubs

Chess Club - this club happens during lunch recess with Mrs. Lefebvre in the PIT. This club is geared towards Division 2 and 3 Students (Grade 4-9). Students are taught the skills of how to play Chess and are able to challenge their friends to a friendly game.

Buddy Up - This club happens on Tuesdays during Lunch Recess. This program focuses on peer mentorship and relationship building through healthy interactions with the use of games, art, stories & conversation. This is a mentorship program between Junior High Students and Elementary Students.

Tech Tuesday Club - This club is for Junior high students. They meet Tuesdays at lunch.

Support Clubs

Rainbows - This Program is for any student in the school. It helps students in accepting, healing and moving forward after a death, divorce, separation or abandonment. Through fun activities, games and discussions in a peer, small-group setting, Rainbows helps children understand and accept the changes in their lives. They learn communication, problem-solving and positive coping strategies to get what they need from life.