For more information these and other activities, please contact the office at 486-2226.
Boy Scouts Open to all boys fifth grade to age 18. Boy Scouts learn about family, community, our nation and the world, as well as outdoor life. Scouts go on outings once a month, usually camping, where they learn how to cook and camp outdoors in all kinds of weather. Scouts are encouraged to advance and work toward Eagle, the highest rank in Scouting. The troop meets Mondays, 7 to 8:30 p.m. year round. Prospective scouts are welcome anytime.
Cub Scouts Open to boys from first to fifth grade. Fun-filled activities for scouts to learn about themselves, their environment, families, and the great outdoors. Cub Scouts meet every Monday at 7 p.m. during the school year. During the summer, activities include day and resident camps.
Enrichment Program In addition to the enrichment activities provided by the classroom teachers, we also offer after school enrichment classes throughout the school year. Classes vary, and have included painting, drawing, needlecraft, chess, Tae Kwon Do, basketball, volleyball, baton, babysitting, and first aid.
Field Trips All of our classes take many different field trips. Some of the ongoing trips are the Washington, DC trip taken by the seventh and eighth graders and the Creation Museum trip taken by the fifth graders. We usually have parents to drive to our destinations. Teachers plan trips that will be educational and interesting to students.
Latchkey Program Our before and after school child care program available starting at 7:30 a.m. before school and after school until 5:30 p.m. The care costs $2 per hour for one child and $5 per half hour for families of three children or more. In the afternoon, students are provided with a snack and quiet time to work on homework. Crafts and games are also provided.
Other activities available –Youth groups, community service projects, congregational service opportunities, and Junior Achievement