Through the arts, children learn to view the world in more detail as they seek to create that which they see or imagine. The art club at Saint Ann School provides a fun safe place for students to express themselves and create projects that are more elaborate than those during class. The club meets once a week after school and is offered several times a year. All students in grades second through eighth are welcome to join. For more information, contact Brenda Gladwell at email@example.com.
The Drama Club, open to students in grades 2 through 8, provides an opportunity to learn about theater, perform on stage and work behind the scenes. Managed by parent volunteers, the club stages a play each fall and a musical each spring. Every student who desires to perform is given a part. With more than 70 members, the spring musical features two full casts, in addition to a student stage crew. There are 3 club meetings in the fall. Past Productions include Bye Bye Birdie, The Sound of Music, Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Rockin’ Tale of Snow White, Willy Wonka, Bugsy Malone, Annie, Alice in Wonderland, Once Upon a Mattress, Aladdin, The Wind in the Willows, Robin Hood, Peter Pan, The Wizard of Oz, and A Christmas Carol. Additional information and forms may be found on the Parent Information Page or you may e-mail karinSASmom@gmail.com.
The Saint Ann Ledger is managed by students in grades 4 through 8 and is overseen by parent monitors. All articles are written by students, and our eighth grade editors work on the newspaper’s layout. This after-school club meets approximately twice a month throughout the school year. Guest speakers in the field of journalism are invited to speak with the club members and offer advice on articles, photography, layout, and more.
STREAM Academy is a collection of after-school clubs that specializes in Science and Technology. Past and current clubs have included Kitchen Chemistry, Gadgets and Gizmos, Readers ‘R’ Leaders, Robotics, and Game Design Coding using Scratch. STREAM Academy is offered in the Fall and Spring months. For more information, please visit the STREAM page.
Yearbook moderator Kim Smith teaches eighth grade club members how to use industry standard software desktop publishing, as well as how to take quality pictures, photoshop pictures, understand layout, and more. This yearbook that eighth grade students create becomes available for purchase to the entire school at the end of the year.