Student Club Opportunities
Camelview Student Council is a representative structure for students, through which they can become involved in the affairs of the school, working in partnership with school management, staff, and parents for the benefit of the school and its students.
Information regarding student selection will be posted by the club advisor (TBD).
One of our ongoing projects of Student Council is our Hallway Monitors. To make Camelview safer, we enlist different Student Council volunteers daily to help the before school hour foot traffic in our building. They help monitor and remind students of their CUBS expectations in the cafeteria, playground, and hallway.
- 2016-17 Leukemia and Lymphoma Society fundraiser (raised over $3,300!)
- 2016-2017 St. Mary’s Food Bank Fundraiser (donated over 2,000 cans of food)
- 2016-2017 McDonald’s Night (raised over $400 for Camelview)
- 2015-16 Leukemia and Lymphoma Society fundraiser (raised over $1400!)
- 2015-2016 McDonald’s Night (raised over $300 for Camelview)
- 2015-2016 St. Mary’s Food Bank Fundraiser (donated over 1,700 cans of food)
This club will investigate Blockly language to design a game or app, program a robot to complete various tasks, and more. We will also look at the engineering design process to solve a problem with coding as a solution. This club is open to 2nd, 3rd, and 4th-grade students. Students should have some experience with coding from Code.org from either Mr. McKinley or with a previous organization to participate. Please email the Coding Club advisor, Jessie McKinley, for more information about the club or to explore volunteering opportunities.
Green Team/Energy Club
Our club will focus on ways to protect our environment and save energy at school and at home. The goal is to increase our energy literacy, learn how to reduce our carbon footprint, learn about renewable energies and participate in energy, water, and recycling activities. This club is open to students in 2nd, 3rd and 4th Grade. Please email the Green Team/Energy Club advisor, Jessie McKinley, for more information about the club or to explore volunteering opportunities.
The focus of Robotics Club is to provide students hands-on experience with the hardware and software that is used in robotics. Students will work on cooperation skills and teamwork to solve challenges with a variety of robots, from building to programming. We will also have an opportunity to compete against other clubs in competitions with the Dot ‘n Dash and Sphero Robots. Please email the Robotics Club advisor, Jessie McKinley, for more information about the club or to explore volunteering opportunities.
The core of the club is to support higher-order thinking and critical thinking skills. The game of chess is not about memorizing moves, but to strategize, plan ahead and to be tactical in the approach to problems and game situations. The basics and fundamentals of the game are covered. Please email the Chess Club advisor, Brianne Pearson, for more information about the club or to explore volunteering opportunities.
In the Technology Club, students will explore and learn about programs such as Adobe Spark, digital storytelling, Code.org, Typing.com, Google Slides, and more! Students will become more technologically literate as they problem-solve their way through new technology programs. Enthusiastic students can transfer their learning to independent projects to work on at home in addition to the club meeting time. Please email the Technology Club advisor, Melody Stiles, for more information about the club or to explore volunteering opportunities.