Every Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 in the music room
The Carnahan Cardinal Choir is a group of 4th and 5th grade students who perform at different events around the community. The choir sings many different songs and lasts the entire school year.
Edith Whitaker, Angelo Vargas, Tina Digilio-Rivera
Thursday 3:00-4:15 pm, Computer Lab
We provide easy to follow computer coding projects which gradually introduce coding concepts to allow children to grow their understanding of digital making by creating games and animations.
3:15-4:30 on Thursdays, Meet in Ms. Ramirez's room and then to garden areas
Garden Club is a great place to learn about the different species of pollinators. We also learn how to grow and take care of a variety of plants that attract them in our pollinator garden. Our vegetable garden is a place where students get to witness first hand the work that goes into the foods we eat and staying healthy.
Frank Ogo/Sandra Longoria
Thursday 3:10-4:30, room B113
The program is built around theme-based Challenges to engage children in research, problem solving, coding, and engineering. The foundation of the program is the FIRST Core Values, which emphasize teamwork, discovery, and innovation. Students emerge more confident, excited, and equipped with the skills they need in a changing workforce.
Discovery: We explore new skills and ideas.
Innovation: We use creativity and persistence to solve problems.
Impact: We apply what we learn to improve our world.
Inclusion: We respect each other and embrace our differences.
Teamwork: We are stronger when we work together.
Fun: We enjoy and celebrate what we do!
Kimberly Siemens/Melisa Martinez
Meet once a month after school in the Science lab and for Advisory.
Project Acorn is an enrichment club that teaches environmental science and helps students to become environmentally aware of their surroundings and how to take care of it. We take data about the environment around us. The data we use is part of an international site called GLOBE. For example, air and soil temperatures, cloud coverage, rainfall measurements, cleanliness of water, and relative humidity. We also teach students about native plants and trees and how to plant them. We are fortunate enough to ride our "Creek Patrol" bikes down to the Leon Creek at O.P. Schnabel to take GLOBE measurements and learn about the native plants surrounding us.
Every Tuesday/Thursday from 3:15-4:15 in the music room
Strings is a group of 5th grade students who meet twice a week to learn how to play the string instruments of an orchestra. Those instruments include, violin, viola, and cello.
Jamal Hasty/Erin Villalobos
Thursday 3:15-4:15 (1x per month) in Mr. Hasty’s room, January 9 February 20, March 19, April 16, May 21
Student council is an organization that allows students to become an active leader on campus as well as outside of campus. The goal of student council is to promote citizenship, scholarship, school spirit, leadership, teamwork, and responsibility.
D101 on select Thursdays (once a month), January 23, February 20, March 19, and April 16 from 3:15-4pm
Students are combining photography and design to help create the 2019-2020 Yearbook. These club members are making page by page decisions about layout, photos, and captions.