Gabriella Mills & Priscilla Mendez
With adult coaches to guide them, FIRST LEGO League teams apply science, engineering, and math concepts, plus a big dose of imagination, to develop solutions to real-world challenges. They also design, build and program LEGO MINDSTORMS-based robots to perform autonomous "missions" on a playing field. Along the way, they develop critical thinking, team--building, and presentation skills.
Kelly Johannessen and Ms. Hinojosa
Wednesday 3:00PM - 4:15 PM
Open to 4th and 5th Graders
Solar cars are electric cars that use photovoltaic cells to convert energy from sunlight into electricity. These cars can store some solar energy in batteries to allow them to run smoothly at night or in the absence of direct sunlight
Fridays 3:00 pm- 4:15 pm
STEM sisters is a funded 8 week program that will run from January through April. This year I am happy to announce that John Glenn will offer this amazing club for 4th and 5th grade girls. The program will focus on STEM core values through the theme Rockets and Rovers. I am thrilled to bring this club to our Glenn STEM girls
4th and 5th grade girls,
As aerospace engineers, we will explore rockets and rovers and what elements to take into account when designing these technologies. There are 8 spots open, come join the club!
Your club sponsor,
Mrs. Johannessen (STEM Lab Teacher)
210-397-2250 ext. 3176STEM Sisters Club Meetings are Fridays from 3:00-4:15
***Except Showcase Night: Student will demonstrate and present their rockets at Discovery Night, Tues, Apr 18, 2023
8 MEETING DATES:
Feb. 10 Feb. 24
Mar. 3 Mar. 10
Mar. 24 Mar. 31
Apr. 14 &
Tues. Apr. 18 (Engineering Showcase @Discovery Night 4:30-6:00 PM)
**Please be at the school 5 minutes prior to pick up time to ensure smooth pick up
Nichole Faylor and Sarah Hinojosa
Coming in January 2023
Young Astronaut is a space-themed after-school program. Students will work in teams to create, build and launch straw rockets. At the end of our eight meetings, students can participate in an optional nighttime field trip, which will include stargazing and other space-themed activities.
Glenn Strings -
Meetings on Day 1 and Day 3 in room O101
3:30pm -4:30pm (5th Grade Only)
Opened to 5th grade students ONLY who wish to learn how to play a violin. We meet twice a week to learn, practice, perform and have an opportunity to participate in Solo and Ensemble Contest at the end of the year to earn a medal.
3:30-4:30 on Day 2 in Music RM 0101
A Group of students who share the joy of music singing together and performing.
Thursdays, 3:30-4:15, Garden, covered patio
Project Acorn is a club that will take place on the following Thursdays.
March 24, 31,
April 7, 14, 21, 28,
May 5, 12, 19, and 26
Project Acorn is a science club that will focus on planting a garden, being a scientist and investigating, as well as learning about butterflies.
While enjoying the outdoors, we will be learning about and growing Native Plants.
We will see Pollinators in action and help them thrive.
Our observations will be entered in an international database, GLOBE. Monarch butterflies will be our specialty!
Project Acorn also needs volunteers, so if you are interested, please reach out to Ms. Perdue, club sponsor- at firstname.lastname@example.org
Everyday, before and after school
Cross students, staff, and parents at busy intersections, raise and lower flags, enforce school policy.