Wednesday 3-4 P.M.
An eight week course instructed by the Art teacher, consisting of fun Art activities that allow students to create art and express themselves.
Lara Lugo & Christina Leach
Wednesdays 3:00-4:00 (only 8 weeks in the fall)
Inspired by the short film, ‘Caine’s Arcade,’ second grade students are challenged to create and build arcade style games using cardboard and imagination.
Robert A. Green
Group B Tuesday 2:50 - 3:50pm and Group A Wednesday 2:50 - 3:50pm
The Langley Chess Club is designed to teach students how to play chess and learn about different chess strategies. The Chess Club also offers students the chance to compete in rated or non-rated chess tournaments.
Jerry Gann & Sylvia Alvarado
Thursday 3-4 P.M.
The eight weeks of lessons will prepare students with an understanding of Cyber Security foundations. The content is taken from UTSA’s Cyber Security teams CIAS Game so that the club can culminate in inter-district competition using the card game.
Wednesdays 2:55 -4 p.m. (Sept - Dec, & May)
The form to sign-up will go home at the end of August with a strict deadline. Rehearsals for choir are Wednesdays from 2:55 - 4:00 p.m. during the Fall semester and for the last few weeks of May at the end of the school year. Students in choir work on singing in unison and in two parts with an emphasis on vocal development to help each member reach his/her own personal best.
Tuesdays/Thursdays 2:55 - 4:00 p.m. (Sept-May)
The Langley Strings class provides specialized instruction to teach 5th grade students lessons on playing the violin, viola, cello, or bass. Students participating in this group must provide their own instrument either by purchasing one or enrolling in a rental program. Students who participate all year long in this program focus on technique and music-reading skills. They will have the opportunity to enroll in the intermediate orchestra, rather than the beginning orchestra, when they attend middle school.
Mayra Martinez, Pedro Trevino
Completing missions with EV3 robot; Completing and innovation project
Eileen Cartwright & Laurie Vasquez
Third through fifth grade students learn block programming using beginner through advanced level curriculum from Google CS First and Scratch. Using a variety of devices, students also develop coding skills using robots, such as Sphero and Ozobot.
Mrs. Caniglia, Mrs. Ruiz, and Mrs. J. Martinez
Thursday 3-4 pm
The Lobo Run Club instills a love for running to help our students develop a healthy mind in a healthy body. We also learn about being a good sport, as we guide our Lobo Runners to become exemplary pillars of character.
Wednesdays 2:55 - 4:15 p.m. (Jan-May)
Lyrical Lobos is an Orff Ensemble made of a select group of 4th & 5th Grade students. The focus of this group is to develop ensemble skills and technique on a variety of instruments: pitched percussion instruments, unpitched percussion instruments, and recorders. Lyrical Lobos will meet on Wednesday afternoons from 2:55 - 4:15 p.m. during the Spring semester from January to May. This group will perform for our Fine Arts Showcase in May.
Coach Cook/ Coach Gonzalez
7:15am - 7:40am, 2:45pm -2:55pm
Our Safety Patrols help provide a safe school environment for our students while on campus. The School Safety Patrol’s job is to remind students of the school safety rules and to guide them in safe arrival, and movement through the building, as well as properly putting up and taking down the flags each morning and afternoon. They have various responsibilities that allow them to learn leadership skills that will help them throughout life. A Safety Patrol member should be responsible, respectful, cooperative, and helpful.
Laura Aldana and Hector Torres
Thursday 3-4 pm
Students will work in teams and use problem solving skills to develop a fast moving car that runs solely on Solar power. Teams will go through a design, engineering and testing process. Cars will be used in an annual North side Solar car competition.
Ms. Figueroa/ Mrs. Caniglia
Begins in March. 8-10 Sessions on Thursdays from 3:05-4:05.
STEAM Team is a club to encourage third grade students to use their creativity to design several engineering challenges. The challenge is to design Rube Goldberg machines, which are fun, yet complicated, humorous machines that perform a simple task.
3pm-4pm on the first Tuesday of the month, additional times when needed
Ralph Langley Student Council (StuCo)
The Ralph Langley Student Council (StuCo) is a student centered school leadership organization. The Langley StuCo is comprised of duly elected Fourth and Fifth Grade students. They are elected by their peers to represent them, speak on their behalves, and act for them. Each Fourth Grade classroom elects one representative and each Fifth Grade classroom elects two representatives.
Over the years our StuCo has proven to be an effective means for developing student leaders. We have raised and delivered thousands of dollars for charity. We have organized, collected, and distributed tens of thousands of food items to the less fortunate within our community. Moreover, our StuCo has learned to solve real problems, acted responsibly on behalf of our entire campus, and led the way. Our StuCo representatives are empowered and positive role models who exemplify leadership.
Sabrina Allen & Ion Ortega
Young Astronauts is a tuition-based after-school science enrichment program for fourth and fifth grade students. The topic changes each year, and all lessons and activities focus on building student interest and understanding in the area of space science. The program culminates in February with our annual Stargazing event for fifth grade Young Astronauts.