Clubs and Organizations

 

Band

  • 6th grade elective

  • 45 mins every day

  • Optional

  • Students pay to rent instrument

  • 5th graders go to a field trip at the end of their 5th grade year to learn about and have a hands-on experience with various instruments to help them make a decision on an elective choice for 6th

2016-2017 Contact:

Sasha Blankenship; JJ Pearce Associate Director of Bands

Sasha.blankenship@risd.org

 

Beta Club

  • A junior honor society for 4-6 graders.

  • “A” average with the exception of 1 "B" (87 or above) per grading period

  • All 4's in behavior with no office referrals

  • Begins after 1st grading period

  • Meets monthly

  • Members complete service hours

2016-2017 Contacts:

Mary Kamel; PWE 6th Grade Teacher

mary.kamel@risd.org

Analisa Rangel; PWE 6th Grade Teacher

analisa.rangel@risd.org 

 

Book Club

  • Open to 3rd – 6th graders

  • Meet weekly during lunch in the library

  • School librarian selects book and leads discussion

2016-2017 Contact:

Dale Campbell; PWE Librarian

Dale.campbell@risd.org

 

Choir

  • 5/6 grades may join (no auditions)

  • After school 1 day a week on Tuesdays from 3:00 – 3:30

  • First meeting is in late September

  • End of year competition at Sandy Lake

2016-2017 Contact:

Paige Kawar; PWE Music Teacher

Paige.kawar@risd.org

 

 

Orchestra

  • 6th grade elective

  • 45 mins every day

  • Optional 

  • Students pay to rent instrument

  • 5th graders go to a field trip at the end of their 5th grade year to learn about and have a hands-on experience with various instruments to help them make a decision on an elective choice for 6th

2016-2017 Contact:

Erin Fox; Parkhill Director of Orchestras

Erin.fox@risd.org

 

Peer Mediators

  • Students who are trained to help other students solve their conflicts peacefully. Positive role models that show leadership skills, are able to keep confidential information that may be shared in mediation, and must be someone with whom their peers feel comfortable discussing a conflict/problem.

  • Selected in 4th grade by their classroom teachers and school counselor with input from fellow classmates.

  • Week-long training with a certified adult mediation specialist from the district’s Student Assistance dept. Training in spring semester of 4th

  • Meet monthly during lunch to practice mediation skills and discuss business.

  • Used for other leadership roles in the building such as deciding on Red Ribbon Week themes.

  • Once selected, they remain PM until they leave PWE in 6th May continue to be PMs in Middle School also.

2016-2017 Contact:

Debbie Wilson; PWE Counselor

Debbie.wilson@risd.org

 

Running Club

  • This club is offered to encourage our students to participate in running/fitness, to get moving early in the morning so they are better prepared for school and to have fun and build relationships with peers.  

  • Kindergarten through 6th graders are invited to participate. There is no need to sign up, simply have your child at school by 7:20 and they will be allowed to participate.

  • We will meet EVERY DAY beginning Monday, September 19th (weather permitting) from 7:20-7:35. *If it is below 40 degrees or raining, running club will be cancelled.

  • The program Marathon KIDS which many of you have participated in the past will only be offered during running club. Marathon KIDS has partnered with Nike this year and will bring you several changes along with some cool new prizes. 

2016-2017 Contact:

Heidi Rodriguez; PWE PE Teacher

Heidi.rodgriguez@risd.org

 

Safety Patrol

  • Prestonwood Safety Patrol is an organization that allows students to serve as crossing guards before and after school. It is a great way for your child to help his or her school and community.

  • It is open to students who display the following attributes: attentive listening, mutual respect, and give appreciations – no put downs. They are also punctual, have good behavior and keep good grades.  The classroom teachers and patrol sponsors choose the Prestonwood Safety Patrol Members. 

  • New 5th and 6th graders members were trained at the end of the 2015-2016 school year. Students who are new to Prestonwood will be given the opportunity to join when school begins.

  • Students will serve one day a week, each week from August 2016 to May 2017. Morning patrol duty is from 7:35 – 7:50 am and afternoon duty is from 2:55 – 3:10 pm. The first meeting for the 2016-2017 school year is August 29th.

 

2016-2017 Contact:

Heidi Rodriguez; PWE PE Teacher

Heidi.rodriguez@risd.org

 

Sports Club

  • Sports club is for 3rd – 6th grade students who love playing games and sports and love having fun with friends.

  • Students must maintain positive academic progress in core subject areas, model good behavior at school at all times, maintain good attendance at school and at all sports club meetings and model good behavior and follow directions while participating in the after school sports club.

  • There will be an ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING for those interested in the Prestonwood Sports Club on Monday, September 19th. It will be held from 3:00 to 3:30 in the gym. At the meeting Mrs. Rodriguez will let you know everything you need to know about the Prestonwood Sports Club as well as explain the academic & behavior requirements of those in the CLUB. 

  • 5th and 6th grade Sports Club will meet on Mondays from 3:00 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. beginning September 26, 2016.

  • 3rd and 4th grade Sports Club will meet on Tuesdays from 3:00 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. beginning September 27, 2016.

2016-2017 Contact:

Heidi Rodriguez; PWE PE Teacher

Heidi.rodgriguez@risd.org

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