As a way to promote physical activity and teamwork, Passmore Elementary provides both basketball and cheerleading clubs to our 4th and 5th grade students. Sponsored and led by teachers from our campus, these clubs provide an outlet for the development of the whole child through extracurricular activities such as these. Students develop grit and endurance through teamwork and practice.
Bobbie Flores & Joelle Sierra
The Cyber Security Club 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. Cyber Threat Defender (CTD)is a multi-player collectible card game designed to teach essential cyber security information and strategies. CTD is an easy-to-play, engaging game regardless of age or skill level. Players must protect themselves from attacks while building robust networks in order to become a true Cyber Threat Defender!
Joelle Sierra & Laura Zavala
Tuesdays and Wednesday from March 3rd to April 1st - 3:00pm-4:15pm
Flight Club is an after school program that encourages kinder and first grade students to learn about flight, then design, create, test, and improve their designs. Students will learn about flight through designing kites, parachutes, paper airplanes, and balloon or straw rockets.
Every Friday, 6:40am-7:15am
A group of athletic runners who gather every Friday morning at 6:40am. Their goal is to reach a milestone of 26.2 by the end of our session. Students are encouraged to be active not only at this time but at home also.
Every Wednesday, 3:10-3:50pm
2nd grade practices good running techniques as we set our goal of running a full marathon. Little by little, we run part of the marathon and gain insight on our health.
Nancy De La Garza
The Passmore Panther Choir is made up of more than 80 students from 3rd, 4th and 5th grades.
Nancy De La Garza
Tuesdays & Thursdays 7:15am-8am
Passmore Strings (5th grade violin students)
Mary Gonzales and James Smith
The Passmore Project ACORN Garden Club helps capture our students' love of gardening in our own "urban gardens" here on campus. The club received funding through the Texas Department of Agriculture to expand our combination gardens of fresh food (vegetables) and native plants (pollinator friendly) so all teachers can use these areas for inquiry-based science and nutrition lessons. We will host a Spring family event to share our harvest and demonstrate how to install gardens at home. This year we received additional funding to participate in Project FeederWatch under the Cornell Lab or Ornithology, as well as install bird feeders, learn proper use of binoculars, and participate in a field experience at Mitchell Lake on March 27th.
A group of fifth grade students who are responsible of keeping students safe before and after school in the pick up drop off lane. Many times they are chosen as volunteers/helpers for various activities around school.
Mary Gonzales and Linda Santos
Science Lab Room A120, Wednesdays 3pm-4pm
STEM Sisters is a 8-week STEM program being offered at Passmore and seven other elementary campuses. We focus on "Engaging Girls in Engineering" by teaching the Engineering Design Process, presenting weekly STEM challenges, and allowing the girls to act as engineers. The goal is to positively impact our students by helping them to realize they have talent and potential for designing and improving technologies.