• Art Club Art Club
    Mr. Blunt

    The goal of art club is to expose young minds to imaginative ways to create and communicate. This year, the students will be working with a program called Young Rembrandts, which is a curriculum-based art program. Art Club meets most Thursdays from 2:40 - 3:40 in the Media Center.  Cost is $10.00.

    Click here to find out information about the Art Club.



    Running Club Running Club
    Mrs. Burnley

    The goal of Galveston Running Club is to promote fitness and overall well-being. The club is open to all Galveston students (K-6). Students have the option to participate in either competitive or non-competitive runs. 

    Practice begins Thursday, December 2nd and will be held on Mondays and Thursdays, 2:30-3:00, on our playground.   
    Look for permission slips to be sent home with students.

    PERMISSION SLIPS ARE DUE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30TH.   

    Cost is $10.00 per student.

     All races will be held at Tumbleweed Park.  745 E. Germann Road, Chandler, Arizona

    RACE DATES:

    Thursday, January 13

    Tuesday, February 1

    Tuesday, February 15

    Please be at Tumbleweed Park by 3:30.  The race begins promptly at 3:45.

     


    Battle of the Books Battle of the Books

    Mr. Blunt

    The goal of Battle of the Books is to promote literacy development and teamwork. Battle of the Books is an event co-sponsored by the Chandler Public Library and the elementary schools. Each year, the sponsoring librarians select twelve books. The selections are based on the books’ popularity with children and their contribution to children’s literature. Teams of three (3) fifth or sixth graders read 4 books per quarter and have a competition that tests reading comprehension and the memories of the teammates.

    Click here to find out this year's book selections.


    Student Council Student Council
    Miss Bagley, Mrs. Quintanar

    The goal of the Student Council is to provide students the opportunity to develop their leadership skills and to be part of the decision-making process, which directly affects outcomes at the school. Student council members participate in a district-wide Student Council convention in the spring, work on community service projects and assist with school fundraisers.


    Media Club Media Club
    Mrs. Skousen,

    The goal of the Media Club is to provide an opportunity for students to work with technology to produce daily video announcements for the school. Our vision is to inform the student body as to current happenings in and around campus. Currently, the club is open to fifth and sixth grade students, and meets Mondays before school at 7:15 and Thursdays after school from 2:30-3:30.


    Robotics picture Robotics Club

    Mrs. Shaw, Ms. Galloway, Mr. Romero

    The goal of Robotics Club is to provide our students an opportunity to solve real world problems through research and robotics.  Students will participate in a regional competition.  They will demonstrate math and engineering knowledge, as well as teamwork and perseverance.