Wolf's Crossing Elementary School provides a variety of special programming that provides unique character to our school. The links below are make connections to the many different opportunities that we offer.
After School Sports
This program is designed for fourth and fifth grade students who would like to get involved in team sports, develop their skills, learn
basic offensive and defensive strategy, in a competitive, but fun environment.
1st Quarter: Boys and Girls Soccer, Handball
2nd Quarter: Girls Basketball and Hockey
3rd Quarter: Boys Basketball and Hockey
4th Quarter: Softball/kickball and Volleyball
Student Council is a club comprised of fourth and fifth
grade students who would like to positively impact and serve the students and
staff at their school and those in the outside community. We collect used
eye glasses for the Lion’s Club to donate to people in third world countries,
and pop tops to raise money to make it possible for parents to stay with their
sick children at the Ronald McDonald House. After Halloween, a left-over candy
collection is taken to donate to the children both at Mutual Ground and Hesed
House. Additionally, this year we are participating in an active collection of
all sizes of winter clothing to donate to Maddie’s Mitten March, a non-profit
organization that gives free winter outerwear to the unfortunate. Student
Council members also assist the Angel Tree fundraiser by sorting gifts at the
Salvation Army Center during the winter holiday season. Speaking of the
holidays, our student council members are also making Christmas cards for
nearby nursing home residents to help bring them some cheer! Every year, we
also collect toiletry items for the women and children of Mutual Ground. We
also support Amy Chally and Portland’s wonderful organization, Canine
Companions for Independence, with our “Change-for-Change” fundraiser in the
The LMC and Mrs. Brown (art
teacher) benefit from our students too! Students visit the LMC to help Mrs.
Mahoney and Mrs. Bumby complete multiple, never-ending, necessary projects.
Mrs. Brown has many Artsonia papers for us to sort too! Not only that, but our
school PTA also benefits from our volunteering at the Fun Fair. Our student
council is responsible for making posters for upcoming events at school to keep
the WC population aware of everything happening at our school! These students
are always willing to give their time and energy to a worthy cause! You should
be very proud of these students!
Homework Club is being offered first semester for students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade. The group meets once a week to go over homework, share organization tips, and practice skills in the areas of reading, writing and math. Students meet each Thursday morning with Mrs. Hartsock and Mrs. Czepiel to work on fluency and are provided the opportunity to ask questions about homework or other areas they would like to strengthen. Second semester we will be meeting with students in kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade.
Fourth and fifth grade students have the option to join Honor Choir. Honor Choir one morning per week for 45 minutes. Participants
learn the mechanics of good singing technique, music reading skills, part-singing in harmony, and how to perform and blend with a
musical ensemble. All District Honor Choirs participate each May, in a Combined Choir Music Festival. This event is always an exciting
and memorable one! Also, choir members have the chance to keep a T-Shirt and a CD recording from the event.
Drawing is the fundamental skill of the visual arts that can - and should - be learned by all children. Young Rembrandts® teaches
drawing skills while developing visual learning skills. Their unique and proven method was developed by an artist and educator. For
over 20 years they have delivered a top quality classroom experience that is fun, engaging, educational and affordable. Young
Rembrandts meet on Tuesdays. There are five sessions of Young Rembrandts during the school year each lasting 4-5 weeks. Sign-up
sheets go home with students in Friday folders. All grade levels may participate in the Young Rembrandts program.
Each class will consist of a fun, interactive teaching period and guided practice time. Both new and returning participants are welcome and will get to the next level under the guidance of an experiences Chess Scholars coach. There will also be a chess competition and celebration at the end of the session. No previous knowledge of chess is necessary.