Clubs and Groups


So what is STEM? STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math. These four symbols represent the different areas of STEM education.

STEM education integrates concepts that are usually taught as separate subjects in different classes and emphasizes the application of knowledge to real-life situations. A lesson or unit in a STEM class is typically based around finding a solution to a real-world problem and tends to emphasize project-based learning. A variation of STEM is STEAM, which includes an 'A' for art and design. Artistic design is becoming an important part of STEM education since creativity is an essential part of innovation. Many STEM lessons involve building models and simulating situations. A good STEM lesson ensures that students understand the connection to the real world.

Student Council

Student Council allows students to make a difference in their school. This group of conscientious students effectively promotes school improvement by beautifying the school environment, building school spirit, and participating in community projects. Student Council is the voice of the students.

Homework Club

Students in Homework Club meet at designated days and times to get assistance with their homework. This club strengthens skills taught in the classroom. Homework Club is funded through tax credit. 

Kindness Club

Our Kindness Club supports the efforts of Rachel’s Challenge, a movement to promote kindness throughout our community. This club looks for ways to help our school and our Havasu community through projects and activities. The belief is that each of us has the power to create a chain reaction of kindness that can ultimately impact many lives in a positive way. 

Music Club

This club meets for one semester to learn how to play an instrument. It concludes with a performance for our school and families. 

After School Tutoring

Tutoring is available to students who are struggling in reading and math. Certified staff teach lessons to reinforce standards that were not mastered within the classroom setting. Spaces are limited in this club, which is funded through Title I. 

Parks and Rec

(After School Program)

The Lake Havasu City Department of Parks and Recreation offers an After School Program at our school as well as many other events and activities for children and families offered year round.