CES Clubs


Important Club Dates


26- Last day to sign up for Birthday Book Club

27- Science Fair Information Meeting for Parents (CES Library @ 4:10pm)

30- Last to to sign up for Drama Club Auditions


4- Crafty Cougars Club Begins (First Tuesday of Every Month 7:45-8:25am)

4- Math Olympiad Begins (Every Tuesday 7:30-8:20am)

5- Science Fair Meetings for Students Begin (Every Wednesday 4:05-5:00pm)

6- Science Olympiad Begins (Every Thursday 7:30-8:20am)

Birthday Book Club: All Grades

Kinsey Friedrichs (In the Month of Student's Birthday 8:25-8:55 am)

Drama Club: 2nd-5th Grades (Must Audition)

Tuesday, October 4th Auditions for 2nd & 3rd Grades, Thursday October 6th Auditions for 4th & 5th Grades, Thursday October 13th Auditions for Stage Crew

UIL Storytelling: 2nd-5th (Limited to 15 Students)

Carrie Ray (Mondays from 4:05 - 5:00pm)

UIL Storytelling- Carrie Ray (Mondays 4:05-5:00pm)

In UIL storytelling, students hear a story read one time and then retell the story in their own words retaining events and logical order. Students are evaluated on the basis of accuracy, dramatic expression, and audience rapport skills.

Our club days will be on Monday from 4:05 - 5:00; children should be in attendance at school to participate in that day’s club.

This club does culminate in a district competition. Students will participate to learn and rehearse skills and the group of 15 will then audition for 8 slots - 3 participants for each grade level plus 1 alternate. Though the exact date has not yet been released it will be on a Saturday in February, 2023.

This club is limited to 15. The google registration form will open on Sunday night at 9:00 P.M. and close when the slots are filled. We're expecting a lot of fun, so don't delay!


Science Fair: 3rd-5th Grade

Carrie Ray (Wednesdays Listed Below 4:05-5:00)

Science Fair- Carrie Ray (Wednesdays 4:05-5:00pm)

Creekview students are invited to participate in Science Fair for the 2022-2023 school year.

Who: 3-5th Grade students

What: Individual projects for campus competition and display

When: Information Mtg with Parent - September 28, 2022 at 4:10pm in CES Library

Students will engage in individual, collaborative, and monitored research to build a science project based upon their personal interests. Parents, please note that we will have a required informative meeting on Wednesday, September 28 at 4:10 to share information about the journey.

Students only:

Wednesday, October 5; 4:05 - 5:00

Wednesday, October 12; 4:05 - 5:00

Wednesday, October 19; 4:05 - 5:00

Wednesday, October 26; 4:05 - 5:00

Wednesday, November 2; 4:05 - 5:00

Wednesday, November 9; 4:05 - 5:00

Wednesday, November 16; 4:05 - 5:00

Wednesday, November 30; 4:05 - 5:00

Tentative Campus Science Fair Dates: Week of December 5-9

District Campus Science Fair (top 3 competitors): January 12, 2023, 8:00 - 12:00

We’re hoping to have at least 25 participants!


Chess: 2nd-5th (First 40 to Sign Up)

David Horn (Thursdays 7:30-8:25am)

Chess- David Horn (Thursdays 7:30-8:25 am)

Chess Club is open to the first 40 students for 2nd-5th grade. K-1 registration is not available until January because UIL Chess Puzzles is a 2nd-5th grade competition. For more information on UIL Chess Puzzles, click this LINK.

It is strongly recommended that students have prior experience in chess as this course will ask tough chess questions that involve more advanced strategies than just basic playing. If you're not sure, ask your student(s) if they are aware of techniques such as forking, pinning, discovered check, and gambits.


Math Olympiad: 4th & 5th Grade

Jessica Altman and Gray Garza (Tuesdays 7:30-8:20 am)

Math Olympiad-Jessica Altman and Gray Garza (Tuesdays 7:30-8:20 am)

For 4th and 5th Grade Students: This math enrichment opportunity is offered to fourth and fifth graders at Creekview who demonstrate advanced mathematical skills. Math Olympiad is a math problem-solving club where students will practice implementing strategies, explore math topics and solve rigorous problems in preparation for Five Olympiads (monthly contests).

Each Olympiad presents five problems to solve in a limited amount of time, and a student receives one point for each correct answer. Thus, a student can receive a maximum of twenty-five points over the five competitions. These contests will consist of individual and team-based questions. Scores are sent in and students receive awards based on their individual and team scores. It is exciting for students to win awards and qualify for further math competitions.


Science Olympiad: 4th & 5th Grade

Jessica Altman and Ronetta Williams (Thursdays 7:30-8:20 am)

Science Olympiad-Jessica Altman and Ronetta Williams (Thursdays 7:30-8:20 am)

For grades 4th and 5th: Our Science Olympiad Science Club/Competition team is open to all students that are interested in Science and want to challenge themselves further. This is NOT mandatory, nor does it affect your science grades in class. We LOVE science! Seeing your child’s interest in science is amazing and we hope to build on this interest and desire for learning with the challenging problems to come from this year’s competition.

For those of you who have never heard of the Science Olympiad, here is a little bit of information. Unlike other competitions, we are NOT traveling for ANY COMPETITIONS or PRACTICES. In fact, this year, the contest will be a district competition where students can receive awards based on their scores. It is exciting for students to win awards and qualify for further science competitions.


Crafty Cougars: 4th & 5th (Limited to 40 Students)

Jessica Knee (First Tuesday of Every Month 7:45-8:25 am)

Craft Club- Jessica Knee (4th & 5th Grade)

The purpose of Craft Club is to build community and confidence through crafting. Craft Club members will create a unique craft at each meeting. The club is open to 4th and 5th grade students, with a maximum of 40 members. Club meetings will be held on the first Tuesday of every month at 7:45 am, beginning October 4th through March 7th.


Big picture
Book Club: 3rd Grade

Sylvia Wolf and Mari Karnath

Big picture
Big picture

Creekview Elementary School Staff Mission and Vision

Promising GREAT learning for ALL

The professional learning community of Creekview Elementary School promises learning for ALL in a nurturing, collaborative culture. (August, 2018)