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Our School Clubs

We are excited to offer a variety of before and after school clubs to provide students additional time to participate in activities they enjoy, learn new skills, and meet new friends. To learn more about each club, read the additional information below.


Art Club

Art Club for 1st grade and 2nd grade meets once a week before school.  During that time we work on projects that explore different mediums as well as different aspects of Art.  Ultimately this is a time where students can explore different ways to express themselves and interact with fellow students. 

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Juggling Club

In juggling club, first and second graders can learn to juggle! We start with the very basic skill of tossing a single scarf in the air and catching it with the same hand. Step by step, the students progress slowly, but steadily as we add more scarves and move onto balls. With a little hard work and perseverance, students will be juggling three tennis balls before the end of the year.

Juggling Balls
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Book Club

During book club we meet in a small group to discuss a book that we are reading. We read for enjoyment and have meaningful conversations about the book. Through sharing our thinking, asking questions, and making connections, we build a richer understanding of literature.

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Girls on the Run

Girls on the Run is a running club for 3rd-5th Grade girls. However, it is so much more! Over the course of the season, the team trains for a celebratory 5K fun run and plans a community impact project. We focus on being physically active and strengthening important life skills, such as self confidence and teamwork. Our club meets after school twice a week for 10 weeks. 

GOTR Sue H Morrow Liaison: 
Ms. Olige
5th Grade Teacher 

GOTR Website: 

Running Track
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We hope to welcome you to the Morrow Choir! This club is for 4th grade students that love singing and love creating music with people who feel the same way about singing as they do. We rehearse every Friday morning. At rehearsals, we refine our voices and singing techniques, learn new songs, have fun, and prepare for our performances. Morrow Choir performs twice a year, our winter performance and our spring performance, where we show families everything we have learned. So if you would love to get to know other students that love music the way you do, or if you want to push to be the best singer you can be, come join our Morrow choir!

Sheet Music
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Chess Club

More information coming soon,

Crafts Supplies

Makers Club

More info coming soon!

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Rubik's Cube Club

More information coming soon,

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