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Clubs & Organizations

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Our school is rich in opportunities for student enrichment. Students may participate in various clubs and organizations to explore and grow their special interests, talents, and passions.

  • Coding Club - Coding Club meets on Tuesday afternoons and is application based. Students have been notified if they have a place in the club. Coding Club inspires Klein Coders to get excited about computer science and digital making! Beginning coders to Advanced coders learn to create games, animations, and websites while learning key concepts of programming at the same time. Children can learn to code in Scratch, HTML/CSS, and Python. Learning to code changes the way children analyze and solve problems and encourages creative thinking and collaboration. 
  • Destination Imagination - The Destination Imagination Challenge Program is a fun, hands-on system of learning that fosters students’ creativity, curiosity and courage through academic Challenges. Our Challenges blend STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education with the arts and social entrepreneurship. Students who participate learn invaluable 21st century skills as well as patience, flexibility, persistence, ethics, respect for others and their ideas, and the collaborative problem solving process.
  • Choir - Ehrhardt Choir audition packets are sent home to all interested 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students. If your child enjoys singing, they will want to be a part of the Ehrhardt Elementary Choir.
  • 5th Grade Strings - Ehrhardt's fifth grade strings program prepares students for membership in the intermediate school orchestra. Interested fifth grade students stay after school two days a week for instruction on string instruments. Additional activities include several concerts, the String Fling, and various social events.
  • Running Club - Ehrhardt running club promotes enthusiasm for running and gives students an opportunity to participate in a before school fitness program. The club has four primary goals and also prepares our Eagles for the Bearkat Bash!

    1. Teach proper warm-ups, stretches, and running technique.
    2. Improve fitness with agility activities.
    3. Develop students' team spirit and leadership skills
    4. Most importantly, make it fun to run!

    Contact Mrs. Franz at for more information.

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