• Advanced Arts is open to students in grades 3-5.  The club provides additional art lessons, guided support and creative time to students who have a great interest in the arts.  Larger projects and new mediums are introduced to challenge budding young artists.  The club meets on Thursdays from 2:15-3:15.

    Club Leader:  Mrs. Flower

    Chess is open to students in grades 2-5.  Students learn the rules of chess and practice playing with their peers.  The students have their own game board and pieces to practice.  The club attends a tournament in May. The club meets on Thursdays from 2:15-3:15.

    Club Leader:  Coach Vuguin

    Chorus is open to students in grades 3-5. Students are taught the foundations of proper vocal technique, as well as experiencing and learning musical selections from all different genres and cultures.  Music theory is also heavily incorporated.  Chorus performs at Floranada’s Holiday Concert.  The requirements for joining the club include:  the ability to read sheet music, identify rhythms, and match pitch. The chorus meets on Tuesdays afterschool.

    Club Leaders:  Mr. Alva and Mr. McSweeney

    Crafty Kids club is open to students in grades K-2.  This club is open to students who love to do Arts & Crafts. Each meeting is fun filled, and a great opportunity for students to get creative! This club meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month. The club meets on the first and third Tuesday of the month from 2:15-3:15. 

    Club Leaders:  Mrs. Hernandez and Ms. Roca

    Green Team club is open to fourth-grade students. Third graders are recruited and trained at the end of the school year as they shadow the fourth graders. Team members volunteer every Wednesday and Friday mornings at 7:30 to collect the recycled items from the bins in the hallways. 

    Club Leaders:  Mrs. Steffes, Mrs. Curtis

    Lego Club, also known as The Blockheads, is open to students in grades 3-5.  The club’s motto is “Connect, Collaborate, and Create”.  Students are presented with challenging problems that require them to design and engineer a solution using Lego blocks.  The activities are hands-on and cross-curricular.  In addition, they boost 21st century skills in a fun and creative way.  The Lego Club meets on Monday and Tuesday mornings.

    The Musical Club at Floranada is a yearly audition-based club open to 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. Each fall, 20 to 40 students are chosen to take on roles in a musical chosen from Music Theater International and present it in the spring at a local venue. The students learn skills and gain practice in artistry, teamwork, reading music, singing, acting, and dance. Mr. McSweeney and Mr. Alva are the co-sponsors of the club with Mr. McSweeney leading the music direction and Mr. Alva leading the acting direction and choreography. PTA and other staff members lend support each year in helping to facilitate each production. 

    Club Leaders: Mr. Alva and Mr. McSweeney

    Safety Patrol - Our 5th grade Safety Patrols are an exceptional group of young leaders. They help our students stay safe before school each morning.  Patrols are recommended by their teachers and must represent the highest of standards both during and after school hours. Safety patrols must be at school at 7:30 AM promptly each morning. 

    Club Leader: Mrs. Foresi

    SAVE Promise Club- Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) Promise Club is the youth leadership initiative of Sandy Hook Promise. Led by our Youth Advisory Board, the aim is to empower young leaders to take an active role in increasing school safety and preventing different forms of violence in schools and communities. The club meets twice a month on Thursdays from 2:15-3:15.

    Club Leader: Mrs. Chery

    STEM Club is open to students who love to explore, problem solve, and build! Students will have the opportunity to complete different types of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Activities while showing just how creative they can be! The club will meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month from 2:15-3:15.

    Club Leader:  Mrs. Hernandez

    Student Council- Our 5th grade Safety Patrols are an exceptional group of young leaders. They help our students stay safe before school each morning.  Patrols are recommended by their teachers and must represent the highest of standards both during and after school hours. Safety patrols must be at school at 7:30 AM promptly each morning. 

    Club Leader: Mrs. Flower

    Honor Guards support our students and school by taking care of our State and Country Flags.  They hoist our flags each morning and lower them each afternoon.  They also present the flags at assemblies and honor rolls. To become an honor guard, students have to pass a written test, show teamwork through flag folding practice, and show exemplary behavior in school. 

    Club Leader: Mrs. Foresi

    Earth Day Everyday (K-2) Teaches the importance of reduce, reuse, and recycle. Cleans up the school. Plants native plants. 
     
    Club Leader: Mrs. Morgan Venuti
     
    Girls Who Code (3-5) An International club inspiring girls to explore careers in computer science. They learn to code and build various things (robots, 3D printers, and computer programs).
     
    Club Leader: Mrs. Morgan Venuti