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Extra-Curricular

Aboriginal Perspectives Club

The Aboriginal Perspective Club is free of charge and open to all grade 5-9 students at Sargent Park School. Students create a variety of projects ranging from charm necklaces, wooden bead lizards, personalized moccasin door hangers, Aboriginal pillows and tote bags, leather spirit pouches, Aboriginal scrap booking cards, Dreamcatchers and much more. Click on the left menu link to find out more.

Intramurals
  
All grade 1 to 6 students are invited to participate in intramurals at lunch.  The grade 3 to 6 program runs from the middle of October until Spring Break.  The grade 1 and 2 program begins after the Winter Break until Spring Break.  Students in the lunch program will eat at lunch program.  All other students will eat in designated areas.  A detailed letter and permission slip will be sent home before the program begins. 
 

Running Club

Sargent Park School is famous for its running program, starting with the running club at the elementary level.   May is the beginning of the running club for grade 4 5 6 students who are training for a competitive 2KM run at Assiniboine Park in June where students must qualify by time to attend.  The Kilometre Club starts for all elementary grades where students run laps around the school accumulating their laps on a card, earning tokens indicating the amount of cards completed.   There are 20 laps on a card and a lap is 500 meters.  Students run with their homeroom teacher, their Physical Education teacher and all grade 4 5 6 students may attend extra practices before, during lunch and after school.  Students can’t wait for the running program to begin and it is well received by students, staff and parents.​

Writing Club

Students in grades 7 and 8 are welcome to come to Room 8 once a cycle at lunch for Writing Club. Writing forms such as poetry, science-fiction, memoirs, and many more give students who love writing a chance to express themselves in a variety of genres. Students learn about writing tips and techniques, and they always have an opportunity to share their writing with the rest of the club or their classmates. Students also take part in a province-wide writing contest. In our first year, 2 of our writers won awards, so we're excited about keeping up the winning tradition! Writing Club begins in October and runs until the end of May. 

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