• Student Programs

     

    GIRLS ON THE RUN (Contact Ms. Kreger, at ckreger@aacps.org for more information.)

    Mission-We inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based character curriculum which creatively integrates running. Teams practice 2x per week for 10 weeks with a 5K race at the end of the fall and spring seasons. This is a pay to play program. For more information visit www.GOTRChesapeake.org.

    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 heroboysoes@gmail.com for more information.)

    HERO Boys is a youth development and engagement program for boys in 3rd – 5th grades.  Using running as a base activity HERO Boys inspires boys to discover the character and courage that resides inside each one of them to be brave, stand for that which is right, and use their talents and strengths to lead and set the positive example amongst their peers.  The school-based program is 8 weeks long, once a week and culminates with a Hero Boys 5k.  This is a pay to play program.   To register or learn more, visit www.heroboys.org.

     

    JUMP ROPE FOR HEART (Contact Ms. Kreger at ckreger@aacps.org for more information.)

    JRFH is a fundraiser for the American Heart Association run in accordance with our physical education department.

     

    MUSIC DEPARTMENT PROGRAMS (Contact Mrs. Alldred, at malldred@aacps.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.

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    SAFETY PATROLS (grade 5) (Contact Mrs. Trammell at htrammell@aacps.org or Ms. Kreger at ckreger@aacps.org for more information.)

    Safety Patrols are a group of 5th grade students who are leaders and role models in the school and have volunteered to help keep our school safe.  They monitor the hallways, handle the flags and assist younger children during arrival and dismissal times. Patrol Officers are first to arrive and last to leave. This often requires officers to be walkers, car riders or “open door” students because they will be able to be at their stations on time. There is an application to join the team. There are occasionally morning team meetings an hour before school starts.  High standards of both behavior and academics that are vital to the position must be met to be accepted. This is a free program. 

     

    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.