GIRLS ON THE RUN (Contact our PE teacher, Mrs. Kreger, at email@example.com for more information.)
Mission-We inspire girls to be joyful, healthly and confident using a fun, experience-based cirriculum which creatively integrates running.
Vision-We envision a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential nd is free to boldly pursue her dreams.
Our Core Values-Girls on the Run honors it core values. We strive to: Recognize our power and responsibility to be intentional in our decision making. Embrace our differences and find strength in our connectedness. Express joy, optimism and gratitude through our words, thoughts and actions. Nurture our physical, emotional and spiritual health. Lead with an open heart and assume positive intent. Stand up for ourselves and others.
2018-2019: Practice will be held Mondays 8:00a.m.-9:15a.m. and Thursdays 4:15p.m.-5:30p.m. starting Sept. 29. Registration is limited to 25 girls. You can register at www.GOTRChesapeake.org. Fee: $160 (financial assistance is available). Tentative fall 5K date: December 2 at 9:00a.m. at Druid Hill Park in Baltimore.
HERO BOYS (Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.)
Why Boys and Why Hereos?
Boys grow up with the imagery of Superheroes racing around in their minds. They connect with them, they pretend to be them and as they imagine their future they believe they can BE a Superhero. Perhaps boys can all become Superheroes, in their own way. Boys connect to Superheroes because they identify with positive male role models, heroes who display courage in standing for something positive while helping others. This hero spirit should live with boys forever, never to be lost! HERO Boys learn to run. learn to challenge themselves and set goals, learn to discover to the talents and strengths existing inside of them that make then unique, learn to lead, set the example and help others. To be a HERO.
The idea of challenging boys physically, through running, provides the ideal backdrop for the lessons delivered during HEOR Boys. Character is revealed through demanding physical challenges and HERO Boys are given the opportunity to become a leader, a role model who sets a positive example through his actions and behavior among his peers. Will he lead with a positive attitude and not talk down to others? Will he give his best effort, set a high standard, never cut a corner and encourage the same of his peers?
JUMP ROPE FOR HEART (Contact Mrs. Kreger at email@example.com for more information.)
JRFH is a fundraiser for the American Heart Association run in accordance with our physical education department.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT PROGRAMS (Contact our music teacher, Mrs. Alldred, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.)
STRINGS (grades 3, 4 and 5): Meets two times per week during the school day.
BAND (grades 4 and 5): Meets two times per week during the school day.
PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE (grades 4 and 5): Meets once a week from 8:15-9:00 AM on Thursday mornings.
CHORUS (grades 4 and 5): This is a graded course requiring attendance and participation in weekly rehearsals and evening concerts on Dec. 12 and May 29. Grade 4 rehearsal: Wednesdays 3:25-3:55. Grade 5 rehearsal: Mondays 1:55-2:25.
SAFETY PATROLS (grade 5) (Contact our guidance counselor, Mrs. Trammell, at email@example.com for more information.)
After completing an application process, our safety patrols are assigned to posts within and outside of our building during arrival and dismissal. They are responsible for assisting some of our youngest students with getting to class and reminding all of our students to walk safely in our hallways and on our sidewalks. All of our safety patrols serve as role models for On-TRACK conduct throughout the school day.
TUESDAY TUTORS (More informatioin about this program will be sent home by Mrs. Trammell.)
This program is provided by our neighbor, Nichols Bethel Church. Adult volunteers walk our students to the church on Tuesdays from 4-4:45 pm on days when school is in session. Parents pick up their student(s) at 4:45 pm.