Mrs. Jamie Guerra
Cardboard Arcade is a tuition-based- after-school STEM enrichment program for 2nd grade students. They will build using engineering skills as they work in teams or individually to design, test, redesign, and eventually create a working arcade-type game. Students will consider game design rules for playing, and prior science knowledge when designing their arcade games.
Wednesday and Friday 3:15 pm to 4 pm
A running club for 2nd - 5th graders that covers nutrition, exercise and stretching. We run 1 mile at each meeting and our goal is to run the equivalent of four marathons. Our mission is to encourage a love for being active and running for a lifetime.
Mrs. Sandles, Mrs. Hubbard-Winer, and Mrs. Bunch
Project ACORN is a club that provides students with hands-on opportunities to learn how the natural world around them functions as well as how they play a role in how it is impacted and sustained. Most of our lessons are taught through the use of our campus gardens which have been built by our Oak Hills Terrace Community.
Examples of some of the concepts we teach are migration patterns and what positively and negatively impacts animal populations through migration, how and why pollination is a necessity, benefits of native plants, the effects of human impact, and how to sustain a healthy ecosystem.
Our goal is for our students to not only acquire valuable science knowledge, but to also become advocates for their environment.
Coach Miguel Maldonado
Our Safety Patrols help provide a safe school environment for our students while on campus.
The School Safety Patrols job is to remind students of the school safety rules and to guide them in safe arrival, and movement through the building. 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.
Jenaya Garza Vale
Solar Cars is a tuition-based after-school science enrichment program for fourth and fifth grade students.
Students build engineering skills as they work in teams to design and construct a working solar car model.
In April elementary schools from Northside meet to race in a Solar Cars Competition. Students will apply science knowledge, creativity, and grit to work this exciting engineering task.
Amanda Palmgren and Leah Clark
Student Council promotes citizenship, scholarship, leadership, and school spirit as it fosters the development of future leaders. Participants learn lifelong skills such as presentation, project design, reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
It also supports service learning as projects are planned to benefit the students, the teachers, and the community.
Mrs. Stancey Hubbard-Winer
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.