Elementary Extracurricular Activities

WCA is proud to offer our elementary students a variety of extracurricular activities.

Please check below for a full list of activities, noting the grade-level requirements for each.  We are excited to further engage our students through these enrichment programs!


Intramural Sports Program: Grades 4-5

Our elementary school has a rich intramural sports program for our 4th and 5th grade elementary school students. Our program is designed to give students and opportunity to learn about and participate in sports and learn teamwork when playing with fellow classmates.  WCA runs this program at the elementary school and teams are formed randomly to play against classmates.

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  • Co-ed Soccer: September 9th through October 7th. We will not have practice on Monday September 23rd as this is a teacher work day.

Upcoming Intramural Sports:

  • Co-ed Volleyball: October 28th through November 20th

  • Boys' Basketball: January 8th through February 5th

  • Girls’ Basketball: February 10th through March 9th. We will not have practice on Monday, February 17th as this is a holiday.

  • Co-ed Track and Field: April 27th through May 13th. Please note, actual dates will be: Mon 4/27, Wed 4/29, Fri 5/1, Mon 5/4, Wed 5/6, Fri 5/8, Mon 5/11, and Wed 5/13.

Program Details

  • $25 per sport, per student

  • All sports will run from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays at the elementary school. Track and field is the exception to this rule, and will run on two consecutive Fridays in May.

If you have any questions about this program, please email Jessica Wilson or call 970-674-5020.


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Art Club: Grades 2 - 5

Join us as we explore the wonderful world of art! Art Club provides a great opportunity for kids to work with a variety of materials in a setting that offers quality, one-on-one assistance and guidance, where students can experiment and discover new techniques and possibilities in the realm of ART and CREATIVITY.

Art Club is designed for grade levels 2nd through 5th grade. In response to the popularity of Art Club, participants for each session will be accepted based on the responses to the "discussion questions" in the art club application in order to foster a more individualized classroom for your child.

Stay tuned for details about this club for the 2019-2020 school year!

For questions, please contact Melanie Shaffer.


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Lego Robotics Club: Grades 3 - 5

We are proud to support our award-winning Lego Robotics Club for elementary students in third through fifth grades. Our teams learn about coding, robotics, team collaboration and solving real world problems, such as learning about water systems and how to conserve and protect our valuable resources.

Stay tuned for details about this club for the 2019-2020 school year!

Please contact Kevin Albertsen and Kristopher Winkler for more information.


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*ChessMates: All Grades

We are proud to host a Chessmates club at our elementary school!

Meeting Dates:

  • September 11th, 18th, 25th

  • October 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th

  • November 6th, 13th, and 20th

  • December 4th

Location: Room 148

Cost: $65 for 12 weeks of class and chess instruction. Each class includes chess instruction and practice playtime taught by Candidate Chess Master Brad Lundstrom.

Refund policy: Any participant may receive a full refund until after the second class is completed. After the second class there will be no refunds granted, or partial credits given, for any reason.

Registration: Please fill out form and make payment: http://chessmatesfc.com/school/windsor-charter/

Question or Comments?

For quesitons, please contact Candidate Chess Master Brad Lundstrom.


Choir: Grades 4 - 5

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The elementary 4th and 5th grade choir is another opportunity for students to explore their love for music outside of their normal music class. All students are welcome to join choir! Students will continue to learn the skills they learn in music class like how to read music, follow a director, and create simple harmonies.

Stay tuned for details about this club for the 2019-2020 school year!

Please contact Danielle Vazquez for more information.


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Mathletes: Grades 4-5

Once a year, our 4th and 5th grade students can qualify to compete in a MathCounts competition. Students attend a qualifying meet for the state competition held in April. This gives elementary students, or "Mathletes", the ability to flex their mathematical thinking in a fun and competitive environment.

Stay tuned for details about this club for the 2019-2020 school year!

For more information on this event, please contact Mrs. Ernst or visit the Math League website at: http://mathleague.org/ 


Math Tutoring

The Math Department is pleased to invite you to participate in their math student-tutor program.

Parents may sign their students up in grades K-8 to be tutored by a high school student. Sessions are one day a week from 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the MS/HS Academic Advancement Center, Room 202.

Students will be matched with a trained tutor according to timing and age preferences selected at registration. There is a two-week time frame for students to be matched with a tutor. Parents will be contacted within that time frame after completing the registration process.

Cost for this weekly tutor session is $10/session to be paid directly to the tutor.

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Student Council

Our elementary school Student Council promotes leadership, responsibility, school spirit, and builds school unity. Open to all 5th grade students, Student Council has a total of 16 members, including 4 elected officers and 12 elected Student Body Representatives. Our Student Council holds bi-monthly meetings during 5th grade lunch and recess. Student council will sponsor and attend various activities and events throughout the year, including community events and a leadership conference.

All Officers and Student Body Representative Should:

  • Follow the 8 Keys of Excellence

  • Maintain a C or better average, in all subjects at the end of each quarter

  • Understand this is a year-long commitment, with possible after school commitments

  • Attend 2 meetings a month during lunch and recess time

  • Be an active member and participate in student council events

  • Follow the school dress code

  • Represents WCA in a positive manner at school and community events

  • Understands there may be fees for some events, such as leadership conference or other activities

If you are interested in participating in Student Council, please contact Michelle Ammirati for more details.


WCA Cub Scouts

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Cub Scouting is the premier character development program for boys and girls in kindergarten through 5th grade. 

Your child is at an age where everything is new & fun. They live in a world of firsts: first home run, first campfire, first checkered flag. Their plan is lead by their imagination. Their most valuable reward is their friends and your proud smile. 

Cub Scouts is a year-round program your child can join at anytime and is flexible to work with other community programs. You join Cub Scouts as a family and you help your scout along the way. Scouting is designed to help even the busiest parent get involved. 

Visit our Cub Scout Pack 199 at www.WindsorPack199.org


*Health Notice

These activities are not school-sponsored clubs/events. WCA staff will not be available to administer medications or provide medical accommodations. Responsibility and liability lies on the outside organization or the student-led organization running the event, not Windsor Charter Academy. See the 2019-2020 Parent Handbook for additional information regarding medication administration during non-school hours events.