Student Interest Groups

Cornville Regional Charter School believes in the development of the whole child. It is not enough to just excel at academics; emphasis must also include the holistic development of a child that encompasses academics and co/extracurricular activities. These activities promote healthy learning and self-awareness, develop talents and allow the children to explore new interests. Activities include both individual pursuits and team building activities. One way to develop this is built into our scheduling, with Student Interest Groups meeting at the end of day on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Our youngest students have SIGS one day per week with an additional experience on Mondays that rotates between our 5 -7 year olds homerooms. Students may choose from a wide variety of activities or suggest other offerings to match their interests.

What are Student Interest Groups?

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30 to 3:10 PM

Student interest groups (SIGs) are student activities that consist of a wide range of hobbies and interests, such as sports, arts and crafts, cooking, or certain clubs (i.e. science or animal clubs).  SIGs may be large (15 to 18 students) or small (8 students or less); however, the groups usually consist of roughly 6-10 students.  We are always looking for volunteers to spend one hour a week, once a week (on either Tuesday or Thursday) with the children for an approved SIG of your choice.  SIG sessions vary from  five to six weeks. Depending the group, a teacher may be present to assist the volunteer as well as monitor the students. If you are interested in sharing your interests or hobbies with the students, please contact Angela at 474-6502 or email adunton@crcsme.org and let us know what activity you are interested in sharing, what age group you prefer (grade K through 8), and what day(s) you are available to come in (Tuesday or Thursday).

List of Possible Student Interest Groups