Lego club is for students to explore tactile learning and engineering. Students who participate have the opportunity to complete weekly challenges as well as display their talent and creativity.
Contact: Betty Weeden
Students who show a special interest in art can sign up for the art club. Students will do several art project and help with the end of the year art show. The club meets Wednesdays from 2:20 to 3:30.
Contact: Alicia Hames
Would you like a special way to celebrate your birthday? You can give a present to the library and have a fun celebration at the Birthday Book Club. Parents may sign students up for this club at any time during the year. Each student will receive a special invitation to come to the library for our Birthday Breakfast Party. The students will have a D-Squared Donut or other treat, watch a magic show and select a new library book to give to the library. They get a commemorative nameplate inside the book and they are the first child to check that book out. Their picture goes up on the Birthday Book Club wall. Forms are available on the library website or upon request, and the cost is $10 per child.
Contact: Deana Schnuelle
Dedicated Dads Breakfasts are open to all students and parents. It starts at 6:45 and breakfast biscuits cost $2.50. Dads share a special time with their child at school. Please click on the school calendar for the dates.
Contact: Chuck Cooper
Voices of Pride
Voices of Pride is an afterschool choir for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students. The choir meet on Wednesdays from 2:25-3:20. We will perform twice at year.
Contact: Caleb Doster
Ambassadors and Leader Greeters
Science Olympiad is open to 4th and 5th grade students who love science, work hard, and can work both independently as well as with others. Students study and practice for science related events and then compete against students from other schools at the regional Science Olympiad Competition. Parents primarily serve as mentors for students as they prepare for events. Students prepare for events one, two, or three days a week after school (Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday), as well as at home, during the months of October through March.
Students are randomly drawn from those who indicated an interest. Once they are selected they will complete an event preference survey, be assigned to an event and practice until the competition in February.
Contact: Jennifer Spencer
Unicycle is open to all students at Ogletree. Students will meet after school on the designated days from 2:30 - 3:30. If your student is interesting in joining, please contact our sponsor.
Contact: Deana Schnuelle