The following clubs will occur once a week after school (Ask about if they have to be signed in to daycare)
The students get weekly help with their math homework, play math based games, and are tutored by Ms. Johns. This club creates a positive environment for students to enjoy math and hone their skills.
Literary Magazine (young writers workshop)
Led by Mrs. Sweeney, this is a young writers workshop. Students will be taught the basics of creative writing and encouraged to write and workshop short stories, poems, or whatever written material their creative minds brings them to. At the end, a collection of their finished works will be printed and distributed to teach them the accomplishment of finishing and sharing what they have created.
Students will learn coding at an age appropriate level and learn the connections between coding and the technology they use every day. Throughout the year students will grow in their knowledge of robotics and their understanding of what makes it work. This club will be great for students with curious minds and the desire to discover!
A dance instructor comes weekly to teach kindergarten and first grade students about jazz, ballet, and tap. They learn one number in each style and they hold a recital for their parents at the end of the class period. No dance background is required. This is a fun-spirited introductory level class to multiple styles of dance.
The Bear Essentials News Media
Students work on writing, filming, editing and producing a 10-20 minute news broadcast highlighting all the daily happenings of OLR. Students gain valuable skills of researching, writing, reporting, interviewing, public speaking, filming, graphic design, video editing and teamwork. Episodes of “The Bear Essentials” are aired during the school-wide Friday Morning Assemblies.