AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES OFFERED AT LAKEWOOD
Organizations listed below are for grades 6th through 8th, unless otherwise noted. Activity buses run on Tuesdays and Thursdays and leave at 4:10pm and can be used by all grades (3-8). Activity buses do not drop students off in the same location as normal bus stops. Elementary students need a special permission slip signed to ride activity buses. ADL staff is available after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays to help students with transportation questions. Lakewood offers a full dinner program from 3:00pm-4:00pm for any student staying back for an academic or organization activity. Activities that run beyond 4:00 (until 5:00) are the responsibility of that sponsor. There are no after school activity staff on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and any day after 4:15pm.
Students should watch for flyers and posters in the hallways announcing meeting times and locations. In addition, information is shared on morning announcements. In the foyer, students can review a monthly calendar that lists all activities and events.
Any student may start their own club. If students are interested in starting their own club the following rules must be followed:
- A minimum of 5 students must sign-up to be involved in the club.
- The club must have a sponsor (preferably an ADL staff member). If not an ADL staff member, the adult must pass a background check and be approved by the prinicipal.
- Must meet monthly unless the purpose of the club does not require monthly meetings.
Remediation is held for grades 3 through 5 for Reading and Mathematics. Grade levels provide permission slips and information to selected students.
Remediation is held for grades 6 through 8 for English, Math, Honors Science 7, Physical Science 8, Earth Science, Civics and World Geography. Students should communicate with their teachers for additional information including times and dates.
Student Council Association (Grades 3 - 8, Meets during the school day)
Art Club (See flyers for meeting dates or stop by Ms. Hick's classroom)
Newspaper (Meets weekly, see sponsor for additional info)
Yearbook (See sponsor for additional information)
Mrs. Tackeberry & Mrs. Diaz Cruz
Future Problem Solving (Meets on Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday mornings only after qualification)
Courtroom Law (Starts in February -see sponsor for details)
National Junior Honor Society (Inductees only)
Elite Eagle Dancers (Grades 3 - 8, Permission only)
Intramurals/Sports (Seasonal organanized, listen to announcements and look for posters for offerings)
Atheletic Director's Office
Chess Club (Only in the Spring)
D & D - Dungeons and Dragons
Poetry Club (Partnerhsip with Teens with a Purpose (TWP) (Meets bi-weekly)
Technology Student Association
Sylvan Learning Robotics Club (Grades 3-5 and 6-8)
This is a fee based after-school program run by the Sylvan Program. The program is staffed by Sylvan and is organized in 7 week sessions. Flyers are sent home in homeroom advertising each session.
Athletics including Academic Competition Clubs Debate and Forensics can be found here