Grades K-6, Cost: 0.00, September-October
The elementary basketball program was created over ten years ago and serves students in grades K-6. The program is supported by parents and CMU students who volunteer their personal time to coach a team. Students practice twice a week after school until 4:45pm and play one game per week for four weeks. The cost for the program is 0.00 for a t-shirt. The program operates late September through October. All games are played at either 5:30pm or 6:30pm and the concession stand is open for all games. You can sign your student up in the office.
Grades K-6, Cost: 10.00, May
The elementary soccer program was created over five years ago and is for K-6 students. This program is also supported by parents and CMU students who volunteer to coach a team. Students practice twice a week after school until 4:45pm and play one game per week for four weeks. The cost for the program is 10.00 for a t-shirt. The concession stand is open for all games which are played at either 5:30pm or at 6:30pm. The program runs in May and sign up forms can be obtained in the school office.
Girls on the Run
This program is for 8-13 year old girls. The program combines training for a 3.1 mile running event with self-esteem enhancing, uplifting workouts. The goal of the program is to encourage positive emotional, social, mental, spiritual and physical development. This usually starts in the middle of April.
JA- Junior Achievement
More information coming soon!
In School Activities
G.R.E.A.T. (Gang Resistance Education and Training)
Grades 6-8, in class
This 13 week program is offered to grades 6-8 during the school day.Â Each student receives their own 60 page booklet for class work during the sessions. Some of the things students will learn include:Â students’ roles in their families, schools, and communities, goal-setting tips, how to make GREAT decisions, communication skills, empathy for others, responding to peer pressure, anger management and how to resolve conflicts.Gang Resistance Education and Training (G.R.E.A.T.) is evidence based and a violence prevention program built around school-based, law enforcement officer-instructed classroom curricula. The program is intended as an immunization against delinquency and youth violence for children in the years immediately before the prime ages for introduction into delinquent behavior.Please visit www.great-online.org for more information.
Food and Fitness for Families
Grades K-8, in class
This grant funded program, formerly known as the SPLASH program, is available to all students in K-8 grades.Â This program will be taught during the normal school day hours.The behavioral objectives of the program are to: increase fruit and vegetable consumption and to be physically active every day. Here are some of the great options that your child will receive. Michigan Model for Health lessons on nutrition will be taught by the classroom teacher, Nutrition educators from the RESD will come into classrooms and also teach a nutrition lesson once a month and students will receive a take home bag that focuses on nutrition and physical activities.
T.E.A.M. (Teaching, Educating, and Mentoring)
Grades K-5, as offered
The Teaching, Educating, And Mentoring (T.E.A.M.) School Liaison Program is a school-based “law-related” education program taught by specially trained law enforcement officers.T.E.A.M. is a proactive effort to make schools and communities safer, promote responsible citizenship, and encourage positive character traits.The program was developed in collaboration with public and private school curriculum experts. This program is designed for K-5 grade students and includes seven 30 to 45 minute lessons