Kids Running

PARTNERS ON CAMPUS

CLUBS / ACTIVITIES FALL 2022

Please do not contact the Lee office, counseling, or Admin staff regarding programs. See contact info for program leads below.

 

There is no After-School Enrichment programming on Early Release days or Professional Development Days. Here is the AISD calendar to help with planning.

Monday

Texas History Club (4th grade room/ Terri Rollings’ room)

 

Girls on the Run: 3-5th (Track)

Tuesday

Lee Sings: 5th & 6th (Music room)

 

Ukulele: 2-6th (Auditorium)

Wednesday

Harry Potter Club: K-6th (Mrs. Price's room)

Girls on the Run: 3-5th (Track)

Thursday

Running Club with Coach Dominguez & Hilliard: K-6th (Gym)

 

Chess Club: 3rd-6th (Library)

 

Sticky Fingers: 1-6th (Mrs. Manning's room)

Friday

 Gardening Club: 1st-6th (Garden/Ms. Stanfield’s room)

 

Math Club/Tutoring: 4th-6th (Library)

 

ATX Ballers: K-6th (Basketball court)

 

Film Kids: 4-6th (Auditorium)

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The following clubs are being offered for free due to our awesome volunteers!

For information about the programs below, please contact the individual in charge of that program.

Chess Game
Chess Club
Woman with Futuristic Mask
Girls Who Game
Children Singing in a Choir
Couple Running
Lee Running Club
Lee Sings
Gardening 
Club
Lee Sings
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Texas History
Club
Math Notebook and Calculator
Math Tutoring
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Harry Potter Club

OUTSIDE VENDORS

The following activities are offered through outside vendors.

Signup links will be sent following completion of a google survey.

Scholarships are available for those in need. Please contact enrichment@russellleepta.org for details.

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Spilled Milk Social Club

Running in conjunction with AISD’s school year calendar, spilled milk social club operates as a play-based after-school program whose mission is to promote confidence, independence, and higher level thinking skills through the integration of creative play and unique activities.

Hancock Recreation Center

Our goal is to create opportunities for Kindergarten (5 years old) -12 years old to engage in critical thinking and exercise decision-making skills. The four core components of our after school programs include a healthy snack, active play, enrichment and homework help.