Clubs & Activities
Choir is offered weekly for students in grades 3 - 6. Students showcase their efforts at various assemblies and our Christmas Concert.
Mandarin Singing Club
Students in grades 3 - 6 are invited into our Mandarian Singing Club. Participants practice and perform at school events and our Chinese New Year Assembly.
Grade 6 students learn handbell technique and perform for our Remembrance Day Service and Christmas Concert. They practice weekly during the lunch hour.
The Roving ChessNut Club is open to all grades and skill levels. They organize weekly lunch hour practice, tournaments and Chess camps.
Students in the ski/snowboard club participate in three trips to local ski clubs. They partake in a lesson followed by open ski/snowboard time. Students leave in the early afternoon and return to school after supper.
Chinese Checker and Chinese Weiqi Club
Students in grades 4 - 6 are provided a weekly opportunity to learn new steps and practice Chinese checkers and Chinese Weiqi.
Students in grades 4 and 5 lead our school initiatives in the organization and collection of recycling, reducing and reusing.
AMA School Patrols
Students in grades 5 and 6 commit to outside crosswalk patrol duty. They help pedestrians cross the road before and after school.
Student Leadership Team
The Student Leadership Team comprises devoted grade 6 leaders who help organize school events. The team is composed of Executive Members, Designers, MCs, Organizers, and Writers. The Student Leadership Team has previously come up with Terry Fox Run fundraising ideas and theme days such as Jersey Day and Pajama Day. Recently, the team successfully organized a Christmas Bazaar, and raised about $2000 for Stollery Children’s Hospital. The grade 6 leaders look forward to continuing to help the school community, and to develop leadership and communication skills through many upcoming leadership opportunities.
The Meyonohk Running Club meets weekly before school to build stamina as they train for the Running Room Indoor Games. This club is open to participants in grades 5 and 6.
Mongolian and Fan Dance Teams
Students begin in grade 3 and can continue into grade 4 learning Mongolian dance and Fan dance routines. Students often perform for various external Chinese New Year events and our in school Chinese New Year Assembly.