If you are interested in joining Art Club, the meetings will be on Wednesday mornings from 8:00-8:30 a.m. If it is your grade level's quarter you will need to write a paragraph explaining why you would like to join and turn it in to Mrs. Whatley. Siblings not in art club will need to have their own arrangements made before school.
- Quarter 1- 4th and 5th graders
- Quarter 2- 2nd and 3rd graders
- Quarter 3- Kindergarten and 1st graders
Chess club allows 4th and 5th graders to challenge their skills and strategies in a fun way. All ability levels are welcome to join and then a group will compete against fellow schools in the district 2nd semester.
Chess Club meets every Monday and Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.
Be ready to protect your King!
Students will engage in fun, activity-based learning which will expand on basic coding skills explored within the computer lab. Teams will collaborate to solve problems, complete logic exercises, and get ready to apply for the District 3 Coding Competition. Students will also learn about basic robotics and app development while vastly expanding critical thinking skills.
District Coding Competition will be at Mesa Ridge High School on Saturday, March 16, 2019.
Team members meet every Tuesday and Thursday morning from 8:00 - 8:45 a.m. Students should not be dropped off any earlier than 7:55 a.m.
We are super excited to add Crochet Club to our already extensive list of extracurricular clubs!
3rd through 5th grade students in Crochet Club will learn the art of crochet from beginner level, engage in collaborative projects, and produce projects to take home as well as display and auction in the annual Widefield Art Walk. Hooks and yard have been provided thanks to generous donations from staff and student families. Thank you!
Let's get stitchin'!
Photography Club meets during the second semester of the school year (January-April). There are limited spaces, so a written essay will be required in order to be considered.
Students will learn many of the basics of taking a great picture including; angles and perspective, lighting, depth of field, and using creative apps to enhance our photographs. Students will also use school iPads, but will be permitted to use personal camera as well.
Each student will also have at least one photograph mounted and displayed during our annual Art Walk.
Photography Club is a great way to learn more about taking great pictures and having fun!