Hunt Club 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/Intramurals
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. The following sports are offered throughout the school year; basketball, football, soccer, flag football, Frisbee golf, floor hockey, bowling, table tennis, softball, badminton, and other team games. Each of these activities works on a progression of individual skills, team concepts, and sportsmanship. We move from individual skills to team competitions and strategy to tournaments. This program runs quarterly.
Fourth and fifth grade students have the option to join Honor Choir. Honor Choir one morning per week for 45 minutes. This music club is mandated by the School District. That means every Elementary School in Oswego District 308 is required to offer this club for at least one semester. 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. Other performances include Cultural Arts Night, as well as possible other concerts upon the director ’s discretion.
Fifth graders have the opportunity to volunteer to become a part of the safety patrol. These students are stationed throughout the building after school to help encourage students to follow the school rules when exiting the building. Safety Patrol members show responsibility in the classroom as well as while stationed at their positions.Student Council
Student Council is comprised of responsible 4th and 5th grade students who have been elected by their peers. Student Council members organize a variety of events at Hunt Club, including Spirit Week, charity fundraisers, and the very popular "Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader Night." Elections are held in early October for President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. 4th and 5th grade classrooms elect 2 classroom representatives who also attend Student Council meetings. Meetings are held during school hours.Young Rembrandts Young Rembrandts teaches drawing with a see-touch-do method that all kids can succeed with, learn from and love! Watch your child reach a brand new level of confidence and potential with this engaging, award-winning drawing program. Tuition is $45.00 for a 5 week session which includes all supplies. This club is open to k-5 and there will be 4 sessions per school year.Chess ClubDevelop your child's intellect through the royal game of chess! Chess has been proven to enhance motivation, concentration, focus, social skills, and creativity. Open to grades k-5.