Bi- Annual Play Bi-Annual Science Fair K’Nex Club
Yearbook Club OLG-TV Art Club
Chess Club Robotic Legos Club Mad Science Club
Jr. & Sr. Choirs Band Student Council
National Jr. Honor Society Christmas Pageant Spring Concert
Spirit Day Elementary Drawing Club Cartooning Art Club
Princess Club Superheros Club
Students will engage in hands-on exploration of objects and real world models to demonstrate their imagination and creativity, as well as, developing realistic solutions to real world design problems. The students will work either individually or within a group. The activities will foster an integrated approach to Math, Science, and Technology.
Students learn to play chess and attend tournaments as the year progresses
The First Lego League(FLL) is open to students in grades 5 through 8. Students will be broken up into teams. Teams will meet once (or possibly twice) a week to build an autonomous robot using Lego parts. The teams will build their robots to complete as FLL Challenge. The FLL Challenge tasks the teams with developing a solution to a problem (that the students have to identified) using a themed playing field (Lego provides the playing field). After completing the FLL Challenge, the teams can choose to participate in an official FLL tournament that will host at the University of Penn in late January / early February. The OLG FLL committee is currently determining the cost for each student to participate in this new club.
Grades 7th and 8th – Advisors – Mrs. Ramagli & Mrs. Martin
This club is designed to give students an active role in creating the school yearbook. Students will learn how to take pictures and then upload the pictures onto the computer. They will photograph special events as well as day to day activities. Students will design and create pages of the yearbook using the appropriate software. Together with the help of faculty advisors, the students will create a yearbook that supports their vision!
Mad Science Club
Wednesday – K-3rd grades – Friday -4-6th Grades
We spark imaginative learning when school is out! These hands-on, one-hour science programs are themed around a particular area of science and include such topics as rocketry, magnets, polymers and even the science of toys. Children engage in exciting hands-on activities, watch spectacular demonstrations, participate in inquiry-based discussions and take home things that they have made themselves like model rockets, periscopes, Mad Science putty and more. Mad Science after-school programs offer children a chance to see just how cool science can be!