After School Activities
Winter Lego Club is finally here! Lego Club is open to 2nd-5th grade students. We will be hosting a Tuesday Minecraft Club and Thursday FUNdementals Club. Please see the signup sheet for more details! Signups end January 18th! Keep eye out for more club openings in February and March! Lego sign up.
In the past clubs have included:
Tigers on the Run
Dates: First and Third Mondays of the Month
Vision: Established to create an inclusive community for Saint Timothy Catholic School students to train, compete and cultivate long-lasting friendships and healthy bodies! Grades 1-4
Vision: Chess Club provide a forum in which all skill level Chess players from 3rd to 5th grade can exercise their talents and develop into Chess players of excellent caliber and character and to promote the study and knowledge of Chess; not only for fun and enjoyment, but also as a tool to become problem solvers.
The Mission Commission
Dates: Second and Fourth Thursday of the month
Vision: The Mission Commission takes the lead on school-wide projects supporting mission endeavors both nearby and abroad through rosary-making and fund-raising projects.
Battle of the Books
Dates: First Thursday of the Month
Vision: Dive into a good book with your peers! Grades 5-6. Contact Kathy Hunter
Dates: Mondays 3:30-4:30 pm
Vision: Cross-stitch uniting all students one stitch at a time. Grades 3-8; Contact Lindsay Nash.
St. Cecelia Choir
Dates: Mondays 3:30-4:30 pm
Vision: The Saint Cecilia Choir will lead the singing at all school Masses. There will also be various opportunities to perform throughout the year and a possible opportunity to compete in the Spring. Grades 4-8; Contact Jennie Salinas.
LEGO: Two clubs this year! (A fee is required)
Vision: Power up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and over 100,000 pieces of LEGO®! Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as arch bridges, skyscrapers, motorized cars, and the Battletrack! Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. An experienced instructor will challenge new and returning students to engineer at the next level.
Vision: To encourage confidence in acting ability. The spring club will be putting on the theatrical production (tbd). Open to grades 5-8. Contact: Jessica Kurtis.
Time: 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Vision: Provides students with a creative, comfortable atmosphere to learn and create crafts that can be worn, useful, and decorative. The Crafts Club will cater to club members’ artistic and creative interests by gathering their feedback and requests for future crafts. Space is limited and a $30 craft supply fee will be due at the first meeting. Grades 3-8 Contact: Amy Powers firstname.lastname@example.org
Date/Time: Tuesdays or Thursdays TBD
Vision: The Debate Team is organized for the purpose of improving students’ ability to research and organize
information, think critically, and speak in public. Team members will learn the basics of argumentation and debate
through regular team practices and tournament competition. Grades 6-8
Contact: Shibu Vattahara email@example.com
Vision: Get your creative juices flowing and learn the basics of photography and graphic design with out Yearbook Club. Along with designing the 2015-2016 yearbook you will also market the book to meet our sales goal! Contact: Erin Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org