At Erdenheim, we are proud to offer a variety of activities to support our students' talents beyond the classroom. The activities provide our students with opportunities to learn or enhance an individual skill, work together with their peers, and partake in fun activities!
Students in all grades can join the chorus, conducted by Mr. Tyler Lawson (Gibson). 3rd Grade Chorus meets after school on Wednesdays, and the 4th and 5th Grade Combined Chorus meets before school on Wednesdays.
Information regarding chorus sign-ups will be shared at the beginning of the school year, as well as mid-year around January. If you have any questions about chorus, please email Mr. Lawson (Gibson) at email@example.com.
Our 4th and 5th grade students will have the opportunity to be taught how to play an instrument and be part of the Band. These lessons will be taught by Dr. Benton. Questions? Email Dr. Benton Robert_Benton@sdst.org.
The Reading Olympics program encourages students to read and gives them the opportunity to compete on a team in an academic activity. Students prepare for the competition that is held each Spring by reading from a list of twenty-five books. It is open to all fourth and fifth graders.
Our meetings will be held directly after school from 3:40 - 4:30 once a month in October, November, and December. We will have meetings twice a month in January, February and March.
Please email Judy Schultheis with any questions.
This group is led by Mrs. Wright with an effort to provide opportunities for students to deepen their social consciousness, Girlz Leading and Achieving Magnificently (GLAAM) and Young Kingz (YK) will address the issues of self-advocacy, bias, racism, and student leadership. The "z" at the end of girls and kings is for zeal, as a secondary goal for participants in this club to be zealous in their actions toward justice and equity.
Any questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org