Sugar Grove’s clubs provide our students with an enrichment experience that will remain as fond memories as they grow up. We offer a variety of opportunities for students to get involved.
Wear comfortable clothes and tennis shoes. Bring your water bottle. Club members must exhibit exceptional behavior. Students must be picked up promptly at 3:30. We meet on Wednesdays. See below for specific dates.
September 15, 22, 29
October 6, 13, 20, 27
April 6, 13, 20, 27
May 4, 11, 18
We will walk the track on the west playground when the weather is favorable. Students may be picked up from the front of the school.
Who are the Garden Gurus?
The Garden Guru club is for students who are interested in learning more about nature, how to help our planet, and making the school grounds beautiful through hands-on projects. Meetings are held after school on the first Monday of the month until 4:15 PM. Students learn how to develop and maintain a butterfly garden, a bird sanctuary, and discover ways to help improve our environment with projects such as harvesting rainwater and composting. It is through projects like these that students learn responsibility, teamwork, knowledge about the environment, and gain a sense of pride for the things they have accomplished.
What is the Terre Haute History Club?
It is an after-school club starting in November. It will meet twice a month.
What will we do?
We will learn about Terre Haute’s history from videos, guest speakers, and maybe even a trip to the Historical Museum. You will be participating in our “Night at the Museum” event during the spring Arts and Academics Night in April.
Who is the club for?
If you like learning about interesting events that happened in Terre Haute’s history, then this club is for you! Anybody in grades 3-5 is welcome to participate.
Meeting Dates and Times:
Tuesdays until 4:00. Pickup will be at the front entrance.
November 2nd and 16th
December 9th: *Field Trip to Vigo County Historical Museum*
January 4th and 18th
February 1st and 15th
March 1st and 15th
April 5th and 19th
Club members will present at the “Night at the Museum” on Thursday, April 21st.