Cutchogue East

Club Brochure 2022 - 2023

Club advisors will send home registration information

Cartoon Club

Advisor: TBD

Dates: TBD

Grades: 2 and 3

Project Fit

Advisor: Mrs. Ranieri

Nature Club

Advisor: Ms. Mirsky

3rd Grade

Start Date: TBD

  • Walks on the outside trail and around school property with integration of science

  • Animal and plant observations

  • Virtual field trips to botanical gardens and wildlife sanctuaries

Ultimate Frisbee Club

Advisor: Tony Claudio

Start Date: Spring

Morning Fitness

Advisor: John Amato

7:45-8:45am Fridays

Start Date: TBD


Advisor: Mrs. Ranieri

Day: TBD

Time: 3:00-4:30

Students from the 6th grade will create the 2022-2023 yearbook using the computer program Pictavo. Together they will choose the cover, edit text, and place images. The club will meet for 12 sessions dates TBD

Yoga Club

Advisor: Mrs. Scholtz

Dates: TBD

Lego Club

Advisor: Mrs. Csorny

Dates: TBD

Chess Club

Advisor: Mrs. Csorny

Dates: TBD


Advisor: Amy Csorny

Dates: TBD

Students showcase their talents and enter the Hack-a-thon as a team based on coding skills acquired or practiced in the Coding Club. This coding competition takes place over a 3.5 hour period as students participate against other school districts.

Cutchogue East School Musical/Play

Advisors: Mr. Bowie, Mrs. Green, Mrs. McDonald

Dates: TBD

Students will be invited to participate in the many aspects of the stage production of ________ There are several ways for students to engage in this performance. Students with interests in performance, art, technology and stage crew will be able to showcase their talents during the preparation schedule and final production.

This program allows students with an interest in theater to be introduced to all aspects of a stage production. Students with a passion for performance, art, and technology will be invited to participate. It will provide an after school opportunity to be involved in an activity that is fun, team building and challenging.

Set Design

Advisors: Mr. Claudio and Ms. Finnican

Dates: TBD

Set design lets the artist come out to help make the play come to life with beautiful backgrounds. Helping engineer set pieces to allow for spectacular performances.

Journaling and Mindful Writing

Advisor: Mrs. Brown

Dates: TBD

Bullet journals are a way for students to build a growth mindset and practice a way to express their thoughts and feelings.

Coding Club

Advisor: Mrs. Csorny

Dates: TBD

Using our coding platform, KIDOYO students are learning to embrace computational thinking, making math concepts move, bringing stories to life with interactive designs and engage with coding languages of increasing complexity. When students express a piqued interest in coding, a club environment enables collaborative and independent exploration that can lead to team experiences with Code.

Fall and Spring Garden Club

Advisors: Betsy Bitman, Melissa Wilcenski

Dates: TBD

The garden club will have two sessions. One in the fall and one in the spring. The fall session will be for students in 3rd grade. The spring session will be for students in 4th grade. Students will plant, harvest, maintain and prepare the school garden. Students will enjoy learning outdoors. If any 5th or 6th grade students would like to volunteer and assist by mentoring peers in the garden, please contact us.

Outdoor activities in the school garden will provide multiple opportunities for students to work collaboratively while nurturing their physical, social and emotional well being.

Student Leadership

Advisors: Mr.Bowie and Mrs. Killeen

Dates: TBD

Student Leadership is an opportunity to take an active role in your education and develop your leadership skills, while helping make the CE experience the best it can be for all students! The committee is made up of 2 representatives from each homeroom in 5th and 6th grade. Representatives are elected by their classmates and will serve on the committee through June. Throughout the school year the leadership team will run charity drives, host fundraisers, assist at school events, and take on building wide projects of their own.

Art Club


Dates: TBD

NYSSMA Band Club

Advisor: Mr. Bowie

Dates: TBD

NYSSMA Chorus Club

Chorus Club

Advisor: Mr. Ozman

Dates: TBD

NYSSMA chorus club (New York State School Music Association) is where students come to learn the technical details of singing as well as to prepare a vocal solo to be performed in front of an adjudicator. The scores from these performances are one of the bases for qualification for the All-County Festivals held throughout the year. The students meet on either Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday from 3 to 4 pm depending on their choice of solo.