Student emcees during board meeting

Charles Campagne Elementary School has something for everyone, and students highlighted the expansive club offerings during a presentation at the Tuesday, April 18, 2023 Board of Education meeting.

Student government officers served as the emcees of the program. Club members and faculty advisers gave a brief description of each extracurricular activity and shared pictures from the year.

The Music Lab Club is open to third graders who want to express themselves creatively and better understand musical concepts. They experiment with sounds and compose pieces using Google Chrome Music Lab. The Cultural Diversity Club, for third and fourth graders, learns about the languages and traditions of cultures from around the world. Students also complete a country research project.

The Kindness Club spearheads school and community service projects and the Sports Club promotes physical fitness, sportsmanship, and teamwork. The fourth grade TV Production Club gives students experience with broadcasting while producing their own school news show, Wake Up CCS. 

Students looking to create can join the STEM Club, which combines elements of science, technology, engineering, and math, or the FIRST Lego League Explore Robotics Club, which participate in robotic competitions. Math Olympiads, for fifth graders, is also competition-based, with students participating in five math contests this year that promote out-of-the-box problem solving.

Student government officers also shared their work, which includes service projects and school spirit initiatives.

The school also unveiled new art pieces in the cafeteria. The eagle mosaic murals, one on each side of the stage, were created with metallic and glass tiles. It was a schoolwide collaboration as every CCS student added a few pieces.