Clubs & Activities

Girls on the Run Spring 2020 

Girls on the Run (3rd-5th grades)
Hoover Elementary School, Gym
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm [Starting 3/10/2020 through 5/14/2020]

In preparation for:
Celebration 5k
May 17, 2020
Lake St. Clair Metropark​​​​​​​

Girls on the Run: The program’s intentional curriculum places an emphasis on developing competence, confidence, connection, character, caring and contribution in young girls through lessons that incorporate running and other physical activities. The life skills curriculum is delivered by caring and competent coaches who are trained to teach lessons as intended.

For more information, please call Volunteer Coordinator: 
Kellie Fittonneville 
Girls on the Run- Site Liaison
(269) 548-9290

Volunteer Coordinators:
Erica Bailey
Amy Austin


Service Squad - Darcy Platt/Angela Wilkins. 
Daily, before & after-school. 
Students help teachers in their classrooms. Some students raise and lower the flag. They can assist in the office as well.  

Safety Squad - Darcy Platt/Angela Wilkins 
Daily, before & after-school. 
Students help monitor doors and crossing on Woodward Heights.

STEAM Club - Katie Begley.
Tuesdays 3:15-4:15 p.m.
Webb Media Center.
Students in 3rd, 4th and 5th grades have the option to choose to join theater or STEAM club during school. Fourth and Fifth grade students work together to complete STEAM projects and challenges. This fall, our team will compete in the First Lego League competition. 

Choir/Theater - Sherry Rietz. 
Webb Music Room.
Students in 3rd, 4th and 5th grades have the option to choose to join theater or STEAM club during school. They meet every Tuesday during their specials time (5th- 8:20 a.m., 3rd - 10:35 a.m., 4th - 9:50 a.m.) These students will put on the spring music production in May. After-school sessions are scheduled closer to the event as needed. 

Chess & Games Club - Lynn Lashbrook.
Mondays 3:15-4:15 p.m​​​​​​​.
Webb Room 203.
Fourth & Fifth grade students. Organized and run by fourth-grade students. They watch videos to learn how to play chess and practice each week. They have also taught each other to play checkers and interactive math games. Fifth graders asked to join which increased our membership to twenty. Student leaders advertised this club to extend through the winter with the quote, “We can have fun instead of sitting at home watching TV.”