Clubs and Activites

Clubs and Activities


K-Kids is an club sponsored by Kiwanis, an international organization of volunteers dedicated to helping children around the world. K-Kids provides elementary students with an opportunity to work together in service to others while developing character and leadership skills. At Starr School, K-Kids members participate in a variety of school and community service projects. The club meets during the school day so all students have the opportunity to participate in meetings and activities. Some of the projects we have undertaken include collecting food, coats, clothing, and books for others and raising funds for the Toledo Zoo aquarium and United Way. K-Kids members also manage our recycling program, help with Box Tops and pop tab collections, and promote school-wide activities such as the Valentine’s Post Office and Random Acts of Kindness Week.

Membership is K-Kids is open to fourth grade students at Starr School who meet the following criteria:

  1.  Complete a Membership Application, including parent/guardian signature.

  2.  Participate in at least three service activities during the school year.

  3.  Maintain at least a 2.0 GPA.

  4.  Follow Starr School’s principles and rules.

For more information, please contact Julie Ford, K-Kids Advisor at 419-693-0589 or [email protected].

Art Club

Art Club is weekly after school program offered to 1st-4th grade students. The goal of Art Club is to offer students a fun, relaxing, and enriching experience with art. Students have the opportunity to explore a variety of media including watercolor, tempera, pastel and chalk while developing creativity, problem-solving skills and a greater appreciation of art.

For more information, please contact Julie Ford, Art Club Advisor at 419-693-0589 or [email protected]

and/or Heather Armstrong, Art Club Advisor at 419-693-0589 ext. 3019 or [email protected]

Running Club

The Starr School Running Club was created to introduce students to running for fitness.  Through the club students are introduced to basic running fundamentals and participate in a variety of different running activities designed to improve running form, build up their endurance, and improve their overall fitness level. It is our goal to help students to build confidence in their abilities and to find a lifelong enjoyment and appreciation for running and fitness.

For more information, please contact Jeremiah Przybylski, Running Club Adviser at 419-693-0589 or [email protected].
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