Extracurricular activities typically take place outside of the regular school day, either before or after school, or at times, over the lunch time in place of recess. These activities can change from year to year and vary from school to school. For more information, contact the teacher listed in charge or the school front office.
Extracurricular clubs at Copeland Manor School are listed below.
Instrumental Music is also a great way to get involved.
|Art Club||Fourth and fifth grade students work on art projects.||Mrs. Flader|
|Basketball (4th)||Fourth grade girls, fourth grade boys. Practices vary. After school games where K-5 schools play against one another.||
Mrs. Sheehy and Miss Gattone
|Basketball (5th)||Fifth grade girls, fifth grade boys. Practices vary. After school games where K-5 schools play against one another.||Mrs. Sheehy and Miss Gattone|
|Cheerleading||Fifth grade students practice and cheer for after-school basketball games.||Mrs. Kassebaum|
|Chorus Club||Fourth and fifth grade students learn songs in a chorus setting.||Mrs. Griffin|
|Current Event League||Consists of four (4) meets (contests) held at school. Each meet consists of 30 multiple choice questions and may be administered comfortably within one class period.||Mrs. Stermitz|
|Destination Imagination||A worldwide creative, team-focused, STEAM competition. District 70 students from 3-5 start out competing regionally, then can advance to the state level, and then may reach the global competition.||Mrs Modern|
|Digital Story Telling||Fifth grade students learn to tell stories via technology.||TBD|
|Drama Club||Students learn about acting and perform in a play on the Guy Schumacher Stage.||Mr. Dolinko and Mrs. Griffin|
|Intermediate Band||Fifth grade students will get together to practice their instrument and perform in the band.||Mrs. Griffin|
|Maker Space||Fourth and fifth grade students spend time in a collaborative work space at school for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high and low tech tools. They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence.||Mrs. Johnson|
|Post Office||Third, fourth, and fifth grade students run the post office with letters that are written by students and teachers at Copeland.||TBD|
|Sign Language||Fourth and fifth grade students learn sign language.||Mrs. Lewis|
|Student Council||Third, fourth, and fifth grade students get to work on service projects and collaborate on ways to help Copeland.||TBD|
|Variety Show||Students perform a variety of acts.||Mrs. Alvarez & Mrs. Schroetter|
|Yoga Club||2nd -5th graders can come to this club during their lunch/recess. Each grade has six weeks for the club. The emphasis is on a peaceful lunch, mindfulness and yoga poses.||Mrs. Hochman|