Every Tuesday for the Months of April & May, 2:45 - 4:00PM
Students create art amongst each using a variety of art materials. Students of all skill levels are welcome here to share their love of the visual arts.
Roadrunners Report is one of Northside’s premier broadcast news team. It’s primary purpose is to deliver valuable school-wide news in a fun, engaging way. Students in grades 3-5 develop a variety of skills such as reading and writing, technology, learning how to work with a green screen, and editing images and video for final production and so much more! The best part of Roadrunners Report is that students are also engaging in the most valuable skills (critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication) for the fast paced 21st century. The four C’s come into play in every work environment.
Coding club's mission is to imbue students with practical knowledge in web and game development, allowing our roadrunners to gain a strong foundation for a future in technology related fields.
The purpose of Cooking Club is to provide 5th grade students a chance to gain and further their culinary knowledge. Teaching students to cook will help instill skills to last them a lifetime. They will understand how to read a recipe, measure out ingredients as well as kitchen and food safety.
The purpose of Dance Club is to provide 3rd and 4th grade students a chance to learn a variety of dance techniques as well as dance routines to perform at school programs and events.
Mrs. Webb / Ms. Hernandez
Wednesday in the Fall, 3:00 - 4:00, Cafeteria
The purpose of our club is to introduce children to plants and our need for these essential organisms for our oxygen, food, building materials, clothing, and medicines.
Room D117, Every Wednesday 7:15 - 7:45
Our ultimate purpose is to inspire and develop children to think creatively, reason systematically and release their potential to shape their own future.
Mr. Garcia / Ms. Kuhfahl / Coach Hernandez / Ms. Ball
Musical Theatre club’s mission is to give young children an opportunity to perform and to be creatively expressive in the fields of singing, acting and dancing on stage in front of a large audience.
Fall & Spring, Tuesday - Thursday 7:30 AM - 7:45 AM, Friday 2:45 PM - 3:30 PM
Our goal is to make a positive impact on our community by using teamwork and our passion for preserving our environment. We are a high-energy club that collects recyclables from our classrooms. We advocate to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
Mrs. Sattler/Mr. Montoya
Every Wednesday & Thursday
Robotics is an enrichment program for fourth and fifth grade students. The purpose of Robotics is to provide students the opportunity to solve real-world problems. With the guidance of two coaches, the Robotics team, known as the ROBOrunners, apply science, technology, engineering, and math concepts to design, build, and program an EV3 robot Students must also conduct research and propose an innovative solution to a problem. This amazing journey leads students to develop 21st century skills such as critical thinking and team-building skills. Each season concludes with a weekend competition where our team does their best to advance to the next level. Most importantly, students appreciate the importance of failure in the learning process.
Mrs. Sattler / Coach Amezcua
February - April, Every Wednesday
Solar Cars is an enrichment program for fourth and fifth grade students. The purpose is for students to work collaboratively in teams to develop engineering skills as they design and construct a working solar car model. Students must apply science knowledge and creative thinking to achieve their goal. In the end, teams compete on a Saturday for the top spot. No matter the outcome- it’s a win for all who participate.
The purpose of Spirit Club is to provide 1st and 2nd grade students a chance to learn cheers to promote the RoadRunner school spirit and pride among students and the community as well as to support other extracurricular programs and events.
Ms. Gonzalez / Ms. Gaytan
The mission of Stem Sisters is to engage girls in hands on engineering challenges so they can succeed and envision themselves as a future professional in a STEM field.
The purpose of Young Astronauts is to encourage students in elementary school to study science, mathematics, technology, and related subjects.