Cardboard Arcade is a tuition-based after school program for 2nd grade students. Students build engineering skills as they design, test, redesign, retest and create a working arcade-type game made of cardboard.
The Krueger 4th & 5th graders have the opportunity to join the Cavalier Choir. Choir
is the art of ensemble singing, harmonizing, showmanship and performance. This
extra-curricular activity will rehearse twice a week, Monday and Tuesday mornings
during the Fall semester. The Cavalier Choir performs at Veteran’s Day, Winter
Holiday programs, middle school collaboration concerts, touring Opera company
shows, Educator of the Year Ceremonies and many other events throughout the
Flight Club is a tuition-based after school program for K-1st students. Students build engineering skills as they design, test and modify four tools that interact with air: kites, parachutes, paper airplanes and simple rockets.
Lego Robotics is a tuition free program for 5th grade students where students respond to a challenge by building and programming robots, demonstrating teamwork skills and completing and presenting a research project proposing a solution to a real-world problem. Student teams compete at Qualifier competitions to hopefully advance to the Regional Championship.
All interested Krueger 5th graders may enroll in the Northside ISD Elementary
String Program. Orchestra is a yearlong commitment and is taught twice a week
before and after school during the Fall and Spring Semesters. Learning to play a
string instrument can be a wonderful experience and will help improve your child’s
individual study habits, reading and listening skills, self-confidence, creative
thinking skills and fine motor skills. All String Lessons are free. Students must
provide their own instrument and instruction book. The Cavalier Orchestra
performs numerous concerts at Krueger and at Jefferson Middle School through-
out the school year.
Have you heard of our wonderful new club called Project ACORN? It's a tuition-based after school program for 4th and 5th grade students.
Our club focuses on:
- Learning about native plants and how they can benefit our campus
- Studying plants and creating our very own Krueger vegetable garden
- Learning about the Monarch butterflies and how we can help them thrive by working in a pollinator garden
- Discovering how to be science leaders on our campus and how we can help other students
Solar Cars is a tuition-based after-school science enrichment program offered to 4th and 5th grade students. Students will build engineering skills as they work in teams to design and build a working solar car model. Students will apply science, knowledge, creativity, and grit to work this exciting engineering task.
The teams then compete at the annual NISD Solar Car Race Day. The race consists of teams from elementary campuses in NISD. The race is an all-day fun filled event.
Solar Cars Club meets once a week beginning late January/early February and ending with race day in April.
STEAM Team is a tuition-based after school club designed to encourage third grade students to use their creativity to design during several engineering challenges over the course of 8-10, hour long sessions. The challenge is to create Rube Goldberg machines, which are fun, yet complicated, humorous machines that perform a simple task.
Young Astronauts is a tuition-based program for 4th and 5th grade students. Students engage in hands-on space related STEM curriculum. Students participate in a Stargazing event in late February where they rotate through various stations including gazing through a high-powered telescope.