We offer a wide variety of clubs to allow students to explore interests, develop life skills, and interact with other students.  Here is a list of the opportunities available for 2023-24:


Bricks for Kids: This is a LEGO-Inspired After-School club that gives students the opportunity to build STEM projects from concept to completion.  They are taught to value communication, teamwork, and problem-solving. Students use their imagination to turn a pile of LEGO Bricks and motors into whatever design they dream up.  They meet every Tuesday at 2:45-3:45 PM.

Cheer Your Heart Out:  Students focus on the fundamentals of cheerleading including cheers, dance routines, jumps and stunts.  They meet every Monday at 2:45-3:45 PM.


Dale Dancing Dolls:

Junior BETA Club:  These students have earned a GPA of 3.5 or higher and were nominated by their teachers. They demonstrate responsibility by displaying good character, citizenship, leadership, and service.  Students meet when needed for a service project.

Learning Commons Lunch Club:  4th & 5th graders meet twice weekly during lunch to complete monthly projects based on a selection of 10 books.  The focus is on reading, writing, arts integration, and communication skills.

Men of Tomorrow:  The purpose of this group is to help establish leadership skills and unlock the true potential to serve as role models and productive citizens. These young men exhibit positive behaviors that could empower others and serve as peer mentors.  Students meet every Wednesday.

National Elementary Honor Society:  These students have earned and maintained a GPA of 3.8 and higher as well as demonstrate high standards of honesty, citizenship, reliability, cooperation, courtesy, and respect for others. These students also display the willingness to contribute time and energy to their school and community for the benefit of others.  Students meet when needed for a service project.

Safety Patrol:  Clarkdale School Safety Patrol members volunteer their time to assist students in the hallway as they travel to and from class. They also serve as peer role models by displaying respectful, responsible, role model behavior.  Work every other week on an A & B scedule.

Science Olympiad:  Founded in 1984, Science Olympiad is the premier team STEM competition in the nation, providing standards-based challenges to 6,000 teams at 425 tournaments in all 50 states. Our hands-on, inquiry-based activities (or as we like to call them, Events) challenge students in grades 3-5 to build their own understanding of basic scientific concepts, like measurement, force, engineering design, and exploration.  We practice every Thursday from 2:45-4:00 PM.

Soccer:  They meet every Thursday at 2:45-3:45 PM.