Can you use all 4 of these numbers only once to create an equation that equals 24?
If so, join the math 24 Club! The 24 Club is open to 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. Through the club, a representative from each grade level will be chosen to represent Lorraine at the County Competition.The club meets after school on the second Wednesday ofevery month until 3:30. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Art club is an ensemble of Art loving 4th and 5th graders who work together to beautify the Lorraine campus and develop their personal artistic skill set simultaneously. This is an opportunity for students to explore artistic styles and processes that are not covered in classes and further delve into who they are personally as artists.
We love to create! Come enjoy our work as you walk through the halls and offices at LES! The Art Club will meet once a month in the art room, on the last (school day) Wednesday of each month after school until 3:00.
The Lorraine Lion Chorus is a high-energy group of non-auditioned 4th and 5th graders who love to sing.
We rehearsal after school on Mondays and Tuesdays. Each year we present concerts and musicals
to our families, the LES students and the community. If you love to sing, join Chorus because in
The Lorraine Running Club is an opportunity for students 3-5 to train after school. The club meets after school starting in late Oct. and Nov. from 2:10-3:00. Club member have the opportunity to learn basic endurance running strategies and technique and participate in training activities and drills to improve cardiovascular endurance. Club members also participate in a Mile Fun run at Heritage over Thanksgiving break and walk in the Hometown Holiday Parade in December.
The Student Council plays a very important role at Lorraine Elementary. Student Council helps to engage students in learning about democracy and leadership. It affords students the opportunity to share their ideas, interests, and concerns with the teachers and the principal while representing the Lorraine student body.
Student Council helps raise funds for school-wide activities, such as community support and school social events. Some of their altruistic projects and activities include: Red Ribbon Week, Pennies for Patients, The Can Food Drive, Clothing Drive, Lorraine’s Soup Kitchen, Candy Grahams, The School Store, Lorraine School Dance,
Being on Student Council is something that will help our students become responsible and active
members of the community.
(3rd through 5th Graders)
· Are elected by their peers from their homeroom class.
· Elections are held in the spring for rising 3rd through 5th graders.
· Attend after school meetings once a month.
· Meet with classmates to discuss ideas and concerns.
· Work in the school store.
· Hang and lower the U.S. flag.
· Work at special events.
· Run special community charity collections.
· Serve as a positive role model to other students.
(Secretary and Treasurer- 4th Grade only. President and Vice President 5th grade only.
· Are elected by their peers. Officers campaign with posters and must give a speech in front of the
· Elections are held in the spring for rising 4th and 5th graders.
· Attends after school meetings once a month.
· Occasionally reports information from student council on the news show.
· Facilitates after school meetings twice a month.
· Meets with classmates to discuss ideas and concerns.
· Works at special events.
· Serves as a positive role model to other students.