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Student Activities

Extracurricular clubs and activities are an integral part of the school program. Students activities provide occasions for students to experience leadership opportunities, interact with other students at different grade levels and develop new skills and talents.They offer students the opportunities to pursue an interest they may already have or the opportunity to try something new. Whether their passion lies in reading, photography, playing an instrument, pushing themselves on the basketball court or making a difference in the community, there is something for everyone. 

  • Koats for Kids - collecting winter outerwear donations
  • Winnipeg Harvest - collecting food donations
  • MYRCA Club - Manitoba Young Reader's Choice Awards students share their love of reading 
  • Photography Club - using digital cameras, students learn to take great pictures
  • Claymation Club - students learn to bring their story to life through the exciting world of animation
  • Hour of Code - students learn to code and more
  • School Patrols - protecting student pedestrians cross the road safely
  • Orff - students play pieces using the instruments and style created by Carl Orff, a German composer and music educator.
  • Improv - students learn theatrical improvisation tricks and games 
  • Vocal Group - a small group of singers who prepare a variety of songs in harmony, latin and accapella.
  • Tech - students learn about the school sound system and learn to be stagehands, lighting and sound technicians
  • Board Games - students play board games with students at different age levels
  • Comic Club - students explore drawing and storytelling techniques
  • Yoga club for primary students
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Dance Club for primary students
  • Gym games for primary students
  • Intramural activities for older students
  • Basketball, Volleyball, Cross-Country tournaments
  • Recorder Club - a recorder ensemble with all the voices: bass, tenor, alto and soprano.
  • Cheerleading Club - students work on creating and rehearsing cheers for special events like the Walkathon, the Student-Teacher Games, le Festival du voyageur, Canada Day, and other fun events.
  • Garage Band - Students form their own bands, using electric guitars, bass, and drums and vocals to play the latest hits or oldies but goodies. 

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