The High Plains Wolf Pack is a club for students in 1st - 5th grade that helps foster student leadership through acts of service in both our school and our community. Wolf Pack meets on Mondays after school 3:15-4:15 pm.
or Mrs. Fowler
In Cubeheads, 3rd - 5th grade students will learn to solve the Rubik's Cube as well as completing other challenges with the Cube. (i.e. mosaics, geometry) For more information, contact Ms. Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Mosaics permission slip_ spring.pdf
ASSUMPTION OF RISK elementary before after school.pdf
Battle of the Books
Students in 5th grade will read, discuss, and "battle" with other students over book trivia from titles on the Battle of the Books list. 1-2 Teams of qualifying students will comete in district and regional competitions. Please contact Ms. Smith email@example.com
or Ms. Torie Fuller firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
BOB intro flyer 17-18.pdf
BoB List 2017-2018.pdf
ASSUMPTION OF RISK elementary before after school.pdf
HPE TV Tech Club
Students grades 3-5 can join Tech Club, which meets Friday mornings at 7:15.
Students will learn a variety of technical tools to create videos that will be viewed by live audiences at HOWLS assemblies. Creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication are the core values and skills developed through hard work and persistence in this club. As for the video content, the sky's the limit! For more information, contact Mrs. Edgar at
HPE TV Tech Club Form.pdf
Picnic N Scratch Coding Club
Do you like to code? During this club, students will bring lunch to eat in the tech lab (picnic style), then spend the rest of their recess time on a programming project of their own design (either alone, or with a partner) through the use of the free program "Scratch" online. Stay tuned for more information. Contact Mrs. Edgar at email@example.com
Scratch Final Sign Up Form.pdf
Students in grades 3 -5 who are interested in learning how to produce our High Plains memory book using basic dektop publishing may join yearbook staff. Students will commit to spending some of their afternoon recesses working on the yearbook in the library office during the school day.
Students who like to take photos may sign up to be a class photographer. Students will check out a digital camera from the library and snap photos of class activities and events. Their works of art may be used in the yearbook or even on our High Plains webpage.
For more information about either activity, contact Mrs. Edgar firstname.lastname@example.org
Students in grades 2nd - 5th will focus on Science, Engineering, Technology, and Math through challenges and problem solving. Meetings are Tuesday mornings at 7:00 am. For more information contact Mrs. Krompier at email@example.com
STEM Club and Lego Club App.pdf
Students in grades 1- 5 grade will participate in Lego building challenges. Students may compete in the Lego WeDo Challenge. Meetings are held on Wednesdays at 7:00 am. For more information contact Mrs. Krompier at
Stem Club and Lego
|HP Timber Choir|
A before-school choir class designed to teach students about riser choreography, selected instruments and good choral singing. Please contact Mrs. Johnson for more information
Choir club - 2nd semester.pdf
Assump. Risk Choir.pdf
in 2nd thru 5th grade are eligible to join Mindfulness Club. Students will learing coping and calming skills, and a variety of different mindful skills such as breathing techniques and yoga poses. For more information
contact Mrs. Angie Goldman at firstname.lastname@example.org and Miss Finch at email@example.com
Students in 2nd thru 5th grade are eligible to join Recorder Club. Students may purchase quality recorders at High Plains for $6.00
or they can use the ones we have here at school. For more information contact Mrs. Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Recorder Club flyer.pdf
Assump. Risk - Recorder club.pdf
Guitar Club is a group of 4th and 5th grade students who would like to learn the basics of playing guitar or would like to grow as a guitarist. You will need to provide your own guitar. This club will meet on Wednesday mornings at 7:15 am. Please contact Mr. Gonzalez for more information
Students have the opportunity to participate in the fall intramural, Cross Country. The object of this program is to improve cardiovascular fitness, while working toward the goal of racing with peers from other District 20 schools. See attached flyers for Practice/Race Schedule. Please contact Mr. Brubaker
Cross Country 17-18.pdf
Join us for Cross Country this fall and we will be holding grade level intramurals this year. Check back for what is coming next!
Floor Hockey and Basketball
2nd Grade-Meets on Tuesdays, Jan 9 thru Feb 6th
3rd Grade-Meets on Thursdays, Jan 11 thru Feb 8
Beginning in January 2018, K-5th grade students will meet on Tuesdays to design posters for celebrating Earth Day. The poster can be entered into a competition. Winners are awarded cash prizes! Then, students will investigate different painting techniques to create a unique piece of artwork. Club size limited to the first 15 students. Email email@example.com with any questions.
Art Club Registration Form turn in deadline Jan 8th.
Assumption of Risk for Art Club must have signed
This Wednesday morning club for 3rd -5th graders will teach the basics of Chess, as well as strategies to beat an opponent. Some sessions will focus on skills practice, and otherrson games and tournaments. Optional D-20 Tournament participation is in April. For more information, contact Ms. Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chess Club permission slip.pdf
Do you have a "green thumb?" Do you want one? Join our Garden Club and learn how to care for our school garden, as well as participate in decision-making that is needed for its continued and sustained growth. Students who are in 3rd-5th grade are welcome to join. Meetings are Tuesdays at 3:15 pm.
Contact Mrs. Krompier at email@example.com
The green team is an after school club for grades 2-5. Students in this club are interested in “going green”. We concentrate on getting educated, spreading the word, and taking action in a variety of ways. This year we will working in our garden to help create and sustain, a thriving outdoor classroom. This outdoor classroom will also be home to a worm compost and we will investigate how to keep worms alive and thriving. We will continue to learn about reducing waste, reusing materials, and recycling efforts within our school. We will learn about endangered animals in our state and the importance of becoming Environmental Stewards. This club will have a cap of 16 and invitations will be granted on a first come first notice system. This club is active and interactive as students participate in discussion, gardening, and involvement in the school’s vision toward going green. Our meeting will be every other Wednesday after school in Room 212 from 3:15-4:15. For more information please contact Ms. Lane firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Team Afterschool Club-info 2017-2018.pdf