Arcade Fun!



Melissa Gonzales
Meeting Time & Location
Tuesdays/Thursdays 3:00-4:00

Students meet every Tuesday and Thursday and do various running drills rain or shine. 


Daija Vanegas

Patriot Choir is for 3rd, 4th, & 5th graders. There is no audition requirement to join. Rehearsals begin in early September and go through our last concert in April. We are featured at many on and off campus events and concerts.

Patriot Strings is available to 5th graders only. The string section makes up the largest part of the orchestra! The musician makes sound on the instruments by plucking or bowing tightly pulled strings. The four main string sections of the orchestra are violin, viola, cello, and bass. There is no audition requirement to join.  Rehearsals begin in early September and go through our last concert in April.


(2nd grade) Building from scratch an arcade game through high order thinking skills, creativity, and problem solving  by using everyday items.

Angelita Longoria

Art club is an extension of art for 5th grade that explores new ways of approaching methods of creating works of art, building a community of artists, and preparation for art beyond elementary school.  We also have guest presenters who show new ways for students to express their creativity and passion for art.

Coding club is open to 3rd grade students.  This program is hands-on, technology-rich in nature, and provides students with unique experiences of coding beyond that of the regular classroom.

Through University of Trinity our 2nd grade ESL classes have the opportunity to communicate with other ESL classes around the world.

Flight Club is an after-school program for kindergarten and first grade students. During this 8 week program, students learn about the basic principles of flight and design. Students work to design, test and modify tools that interact with air - kites, parachutes, paper airplanes, and simple rockets.

This club is for 4th & 5th graders.  The students meet monthly and perform community services around the school. Students also run the school store.

This group meets during the school day. The membership is 3rd grade boys.  They work on leadership skills, self-esteem and loyalty.

This is a 3rd grade group of girls that meet biweekly with the counselor.  The girls work on self-esteem, friendships and being responsible. They have an end of year tea with women that they admire.

(4th and 5th grades) The purpose of the club is to develop students' interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) through robotics competitions and other projects.

Our club is open to 4th and 5th grade students.  Students will design and build their cars in teams. The cars will then compete against other teams in Northside.

STEAM Team is a tuition-based after-school science enrichment program for 3rd grade students. Students will build engineering skills as they work in small groups to design, test, redesign, retest, and eventually create a working Rube Goldberg machine that performs a simple task. Students will apply science knowledge, creativity, and grit to work through each challenge.

Student Council is a service-based organization that allows 4th and 5th grade students to learn about serving others and citizenship. They participate in campus-wide leadership roles, projects that can help out our students, faculty, and community, and show responsibility by being mentors to our younger.

The Young Astronauts club is geared towards students interested in all things space! We strive to interest students on what it takes to become an astronaut and engage them in fun activities involving the moon, the planets, stars, and NASA.

Young Gentlemen’s Organization is a student based group of 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade boys who represent the campus and all that it stands for. YGO focuses on the pillars of character and are trustworthy, reliable, accountable, cooperative, and kind. YGO demonstrates fairness, caring and are positive role models for the school and community.

Young Ladies Organization is for 4th - 5th grade girls.  They are elected by teacher nomination or community reference.  We meet monthly after school to work on the Pillars of Characters, a book study that celebrates their inner beauty and strengths, and a Community project.  In addition, they will participate in an Etiquette lesson and enjoy a visit from the Author of the book study.


Fifth grade students apply and audition for a spot on the Patriot TV Broadcasting Team.  This is a student-led production where students are trained and operate a Camera, OBS system, and teleprompt to bring important information to the campus.

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