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EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
 
        INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. Instrumental music instruction begins in grade 5 and continues through grade 6. Children are in classes for two, thirty minute lessons a week. They are expected to make up any work missed during this time. Instrumental choices include flute, clarinet, trumpet, saxophone, trombone, baritone, and drums. Students give a number of performances during the year.
 
        STRING INSTRUCTION. String instruction is offered to 4th, 5th, and 6th graders at Pioneer Park. Several programs are presented each year. Instrument choices include violin, viola, cello, and string bass. Instrumental and string lessons are taught during the regular school day, which necessitates missing some regular classes. Students are responsible for making up the regular class work they miss during lessons.
 
        HONOR CHOIR. Honor Choir is open to any interested 4th through 6th grader who would like additional choral practice and performance opportunities. Choir helps reinforce some of the skills and musical concepts studied in respective grade levels. Honor Choir meets Tuesday and Friday mornings at 8:00 a.m.
 
        HANDBELL CHOIR. Handbell Choir is open to 5th and 6th grade students only. Once again, students have the opportunity for additional music enrichment by playing an instrument, developing their note reading and counting/rhythm skills. The handbells have a beautiful sound and are fun to play. Handbell choir meets Monday and Thursday mornings at 8:00 a.m.
 
        ATHLETICS. The after school sports program provides an early competitive experience for boys and girls in the 5th and 6th grades. Boys and girls can participate in basketball and track and field. Flag football is also offered for boys, as well as volleyball for girls. Fourth graders are also introduced to competition in track and field. There are usually 4-6 games played with other schools in each sport. However, the sport of track and field, has one meet which is held with several schools taking part on a particular day.

Eligibility Policy

Behavior Expectations

·        Should a student obtain a behavior referral, he or she may be suspended at administrative discretion from the week’s athletic events/extra-curricular activity.

·        Administrator will notify parents of ineligibility.

·        If ineligible, student will still be expected to attend practice.

Academic Expectations

·        Students are responsible for turning in all completed assignments on time, with teacher satisfaction.

·        If a student is ineligible, the teacher will notify the administrator, student and parents on Fridays during the season. 

·        Students may regain eligibility the following Monday at 8:35 am, by turning in completed assignments.


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