Clubs and Groups
Clubs and Groups are currently ON HOLD until further notice
National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS)

What is the purpose?

The purpose is to recognize students for their outstanding academic achievement and demonstrated personal responsibility, to provide service to the school and community, and to develop leadership skills in elementary school students.

 

What are the opportunities for students?

Starline's NEHS provides students the opportunity to develop leadership skills by organizing and implementing various service projects that benefit the school and community.

 

How does NEHS reach out to the school and community?

Starline's NEHS reaches out at the school level by collaborating with other school organizations, such as the PTA, to assess school needs and provide input for selected projects. Student members and faculty advisors brainstorm various community organizations and nonprofits and determine projects that are of high-interest to members, as well as, fulfill a need. Starline's NEHS makes a goal to focus on projects that benefit the younger people of the community.

Patriotic Club

The Patriotic Club is a nonpartisan, after school club that is dedicated to engendering and teaching patriotism to our students. The students gain a firm knowledge of the Founding Fathers, the Preamble, and the Declaration of Independence.

Student Council
Starline Student Council allows students to make a difference in their school. This group of conscientious students effectively promotes school improvement by beautifying the school environment, building school spirit, and participating in community projects. Student Council is the voice of the students.

SERVICE with pride . . . LEAD with confidence . . . INSPIRE to impact lives!
Kindness and Compassion (KC) Club
Through the district and community wide Rachel’s Challenge initiative, Starline formed a K-1, 2-3, and 4-6 KC Club. Students organize and promote intentional acts of kindness throughout the campus and community. Students learn how to resolve conflicts, problem solve, and communicate in a positive manner to each other. They also discuss the following topics:  cultural differences, tolerance, and compassion for each other.  
Yearbook Club
Sixth grade students work collaboratively to create the annual school yearbook. They take pictures, create page layouts, and make decisions regarding the cover, page designs, and more. While creating the yearbook, they have the opportunity to learn design software.  
Good News Club
Community members from Living Word Family Church teach children about biblical principles, character, and moral qualities in a fun manner. There is music, snacks, prizes, and more. 
Robotics Club
Students learn to design and program robots through computer software programs. They interact with community members who challenge their thinking, present problem-solving tasks, and promote productive struggle in order to teach students to persevere and work collaboratively with others to reach a desired outcome. 
S.T.E.M. Club
S.T.E.M. stands for science, technology, engineering and math. Students use problem solving skills on inquiry-based activities while exploring and engaging in the four key disciplines. 
After School Tutoring
Students in grades K-3 receive support in reading and/or math in order to bridge gaps in their progression of learning so they are more successful as they move into the intermediate grades.  
Parks and Rec

(After School Program)

The Lake Havasu City Department of Parks and Recreation offers an After School Program at our school as well as many other events and activities for children and families offered year round.