Home Open Campus Menu Campus Clubs & Organizations Page ContentClubs and activities are a vital part of student enrichment. The following clubs and activities are offered at our campus. Please check out the campus calendar for specific meeting day and times.Art Club Art Club is for fourth grade students who love art and want to make more of it! From drawing and painting, to sculpture and clay, we do it all! Enrollment is limited to the first 20 students who apply. It is once a week afterschool. If you have any questions or need more information, please contact Mrs. Hodges: email@example.com. Cupstacking TeamThe cupstacking team consists of second, third and fourth graders who show superior skills in stacking cups in a variety of predetermined stacks. The cupstacking team has tryouts in December and the selected team members will have practice every Wednesday leading up to the district wide cupstacking tournament in March. For additional information please contact Coach Cerny: firstname.lastname@example.orgDrama ClubThe purpose of the Drama Club is to further education in dramatic and performing arts by creating and performing both on campus and at extracurricular events. Membership is by auditions held in early January and is open to all third and fourth grade students. Those who make the team pay a fee to help cover the cost of materials, sets, and costumes, and also for the team shirt. Rehearsals take place on Monday and Friday after school, ending in May. For additional information please contact Mr. VanderArk: email@example.comHonor ChoirHonor Choir is a district event where 7 fourth grade students travel to one of our feeder pattern high school and receive a clinic from either our local choir teachers or a special guest clinician. They work on music that they have studied at practices at school and at home. The clinic is followed by an evening performance for all their family and friends. Being selected for this Choir is a great honor and a wonderful learning experience. For additional information please contact Mrs. McCollough: firstname.lastname@example.orgKeller Shake TeamThe purpose of the Keller SHAKE Team is to develop confidence and interpersonal skills. Students learn a good firm handshake, making eye contact, and carrying on a conversation for two minutes with an adult. The Team is open to third and fourth grade students. We hold four practices in October and early November, leading up to a campus competition in mid November. Five campus semi-finalists go on to the District competition in early February, and twelve District finalists compete in the finals in mid February. Information for 2016-17 SHAKE Team:Keller SHAKE practices:Monday, November 7: 3:15-4:00Wednesday, November 9: 3:15-4:00 (Art Club kids go to Art Club, not SHAKE)Monday, November 14: 3:15-4:00Kids need to attend at least two of the three practices (which gives a pass for kids who are also in Art Club.)Our school competition is Wednesday, November 16, from 3:15 to 5:00 in the library. Parents may come and watch. Art Club kids come to the library to compete after Art Club is done.Any questions: email email@example.comTo keep up on what's happening: follow the BPES Theatre Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BPESTheatre/Show ChoirShow Choir is made up of 20-25 fourth grade students. They learn current songs and choreography from different genres of music one day a week after school. They will have many performance and traveling opportunities. This group is designed for fun and to bring out the love and joy that music and singing can bring to their lives. For additional information please contact Mrs. McCollough: firstname.lastname@example.org Patriot PatrolThe Patriot Patrol is a campus service club designed to allow students to actively engage in daily tasks on campus such as assisting in the office, computer lab, flag duty and other related tasks. Participation is primarily just before school, and during school hours. The club open to all fourth grade students by application and consent of a parent or guardian. Applications are accepted in the fall of the current school year. For additional information please contact Mrs. Loud: email@example.comPatriot Pacers Running Club ( PTA)The purpose of the Patriot Pacers is to promoting fun, fitness, and fellowship within our school community! The club is visited regularly by community special guest speaker and runners. Students can also choose to participate in fun runs throughout the year. Running Club is offered weekly after school. Kindergarten and first grade students must have a parent or guardian accompany and remain with them during running club in order for them to participate. For additional information please contact Jessica Rush: firstname.lastname@example.org.