STEM Clubs at CSE #4
A Parents Guide for What's Happening in Clubs
2ND 9 WEEKS CLUBS HAVE STARTED
What are STEM Clubs?
2nd 9 Weeks Club Schedule:
STEM Clubs List:
DETECTIVE (NOT AVAILABLE FOR 2ND 9 WEEKS)
LEGO MASTER (K-2)
LEGO MASTER (3-5)
PAPERCRAFTER (NOT AVAILABLE FOR 2ND 9 WEEKS)
MEDIC (NOT AVAILABLE FOR 2ND 9 WEEKS)
STOMP (NOT AVAILABLE FOR 2ND 9 WEEKS)
ADOPT A SOLDIER (K-2)
ADOPT A SOLDIER (3-5)
GARDENER (NOT AVAILABLE FOR 2ND 9 WEEKS)
FLIMMAKER (NOT AVAILABLE FOR 2ND 9 WEEKS)
KEYBOARDING (NOT AVAILABLE FOR 2ND 9 WEEKS)
Students and Teachers talk about the clubs before the students pick which club they would like to try. Teachers sign students up a week before clubs start. Each 9 weeks students will get a chance to pick a new club.
23 of the 32 STEM Clubs come from a site called DIY.ORG.
HOW CAN PARENTS HELP?
2. Volunteer to help out a club or be a club leader
3. Get your kids an account on Diy.org
4. Check out this newsletter each week
5. If your child has a STEM shirt, please wear it on club days
STEM CLUB NEWS
CLUB LEADER MS. PERRY
We practiced vocal warm ups. We also practiced acting out emotions like surprised and frustrated.
CLUB NEEDS: props like those found in a photo booth (silly/costume hats, tiaras, boas, glasses, etc) We do not need entire costumes.
LEGO MASTER Grades 3 to 5
Planned and designed for different challenges.
CLUB NEEDS: Lego Donations
Duct Tape Club-We made sparklers for the end of our pencils.
This club needs a parent volunteer. 7:45am to 8:25am on Fridays
CLUB NEEDS: Duct Tape donations
ENTREPRENEUR (SCHOOL STORE)
School store has been very popular with the students.
LEGO MASTER Kinder to 2
CLUB NEEDS: Lego Donations
We created "I'm Thankful" turkeys from tracing our hands.
ADOPT A SOLDIER 3 TO 5 & ADOPT A SOLDIER Kinder to 2
We are creating flags to decorate the school for Veteran's Day. We are also asking parents to email Mrs. Bobbitt or Mrs. Scroggins if they have a loved one who has or is serving in the military. We will be creating a wall with their names to honor their service.
SPURS MORNING MILE
Start off the day with a morning run. Students run laps to earn mileage markers. Students then trade mileage markers for tokens that they wear on a chain around their neck.
Last week students learned how to braid and made friendship bracelets.
We started out taking a Coding assessment. It was hard and the kids took it home to finish. We also got started on our online lessons at Code.org. The kids took home the website and the user name to continue working on the lessons at home.
We brainstormed ideas of what we'd like to make this session. We also got started on a Ninja Star, led by a student.
CLUB NEEDS: watercolor paint, sketch paper, markers, map pencils, & crayons