Crazy 8s is an after-school club that gets kids excited about math. Students build glow-in-the-dark structures, crack secret spy codes, and play get-up-and-move games like Toilet Paper Olympics. Click here to learn more.
Meets Thursdays after school until 3:30 p.m.
Open to 3rd-6th grade students
Officers are voted into office in November of every year. They must campaign In October for their position. Student Council officers must maintain an A-B average. 3rd through 6th grade teachers select two representatives from their class at the beginning of the school year to replace representatives from the previous year.
Student Council does recycling of paper, cardboard, plastics and cans almost every Thursday. They also host a donation for Pennies for Patients of Leukemia every year in the second semester. Classes work to raise the most money for prizes, including a pasta party from Olive Garden. To receive a pasta party, the school must raise at least $750, and then the class who raised the most money gets the party. Student Council members are held to the highest standard and must set good examples, be positive, and willing to help fellow students. Members who miss more than 3 days, get a referral, or 3 demerits for behavior are released from their duties and replaced.
Safety Patrol is a student organization aimed at helping students, parents, and staff in maintaining a safe and positive school atmosphere. Safety Patrol is made up of fourth and fifth grade students with excellent behavior and attendance. Triple A is a proud sponsor of Tulsa Public Schools Safety Patrol program.
In elementary grade art classes, students will explore many different aspects of visual art. Students will let their creativity flow by engaging in activities such as drawing and painting with various materials. They also learn art vocabulary, explore the work of many different artists and art movements, and learn to appreciate art as it enhances our world.
In elementary grade music classes, students will learn and practice the basic fundamental elements of music such as sound, melody, harmony, rhythm, and expression (dynamics, tempo, articulation). Students will engage in singing, playing instruments, responding to music with movement, and connecting with various cultures through music. These classes will help students develop creativity, self-expression, and problem-solving while creating music together as a team. These classes will also provide students with performance opportunities, which will help them develop a sense of ensemble, tolerance, perseverance, and rigor—enabling them to be well-rounded citizens of our global society.