Clubs & More
Kaleidoscope is a 6 week after-school program which SEES offers as a fun and exciting way for students to explore their interests beyond what is seen in the classroom every day. A wide variety of classes are offered every winter for students in grades K-8, like Cooking with Kids, Fun with Clay, Photo Basics, Babysitter Training, SPARC Act it Out, Maymont Explorers, CMOR Fun, and Windy Hill Golf.
Eco Eagles is an environmental club for 4th through 8th graders. The club's mission is to raise environmental awareness among students and to promote “green” initiatives and activities within the SEES community.
Children in grades 5 to 8 are welcome to join the School Choir. Practices are once a week after school. The SEES choir sings at school liturgies, the Advent Reflection, and the Spring Music Festival.
This club is for students (ages 10-14) who like problem-solving and working together as a team. FIRST LEGO League presents an engineering challenge using a robot made from LEGOs, as well as a real world challenge to research, identify, and test solutions. The team competes in a local tournament which matches the team's solutions against other teams. Winning in the local competition can lead to regional and state tournaments
For the 2011-2012 school year, team members must be 10-14 years old as of January 1, 2011.
Literature & Lunch Book Club
For 5th & 6th grade students interested in reading novels of interest outside the regular curriculum.
This club is for 4th - 8th grade students who have an interest in geography and would like to compete in the National Geographic Geography Bee. Activities are based on National Standards (www.ncge.org) and engage the students with high interest, hands on strategies.
Stock Market Club
7th & 8th grade students work in teams to learn about the stock market. They compete with other area school teams by buying and selling stocks.
Adventures in Justice Club
This club is for 4th -6th grade students who want to find ways to make a difference in our world. The club meets once a week to explore one of the social teachings of the Catholic Church and completes an activity that benefits an individual or group in need.