Brush Creek Elementary School
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BCE Clubs and Groups

Participation in clubs and activities helps students develop a sense of camaraderie and make friendships based on common interests. We encourage students to get involved and have some fun while they learn new skills.

Current Club Offerings

Students at Brush Creek Elementary have the opportunity to participate in a variety of extracurricular activities including the following:

Archery Club
This club for fourth through sixth graders helps students develop archery skills and prepares them for our annual archery tournament. 

Art Club
Art club explores and creates a variety of art. For fifth and sixth graders, art club expands on what we learn in class. 

Band and Strings
Our band and strings program begins in sixth grade. We meet three times a week during our normal school day. You must have access to a personal instrument (whether rented or owned). 

Ethnic Diversity Club
This club, open to all students, explores ethnic diversity and promotes the idea that it is okay to be different. We meet once a month. 

Gardening Club
Our Gardening Club cares for our flower gardens while learning about gardening and horticulture. We meet on the first Thursday of each month. This club is open to all students.

Math Bowl
Math Bowl is a team of students in fourth through sixth grades who love math and meet to prepare for Math Bowl competition. We begin practicing in December. 

Running Club
Each spring, our running club students practice and prepare for our annual Fun Run. All students are welcome.

Spell Bowl
Our Spell Bowl team is comprised of students in fourth through sixth grade who demonstrate excellent spelling skills. This team meets weekly during the first semester of school to prepare for the annual district Spell Bowl competition.

Student Council
The goal of the student council is to promote leadership within our school by teaching fourth through sixth-grade students to be good role models and productive citizens. This group is in charge of coordinating community service projects throughout the year and meets twice a month. 

Technology Club
The tech club meets on the last Wednesday of each month and is open to students in grades three through six.