Clubs and Teams

Broadcast Club

Advisor: Heather Paglia - (586) 723-6420

O.W.L.S. Broadcasting is a team of 5th grade students that report the daily news at Ojibwa. These students work hard during lunch meetings to prepare information that will be communicated on future broadcasts.

How to join? - In May of a student’s 4th grade year, he or she may fill out an application to audition for the following year’s Broadcast Club.  If selected to be a member of the Broadcast Club and Safety Patrol, that student must choose which club to join.

 

Garden Club

Advisor: Bob Newvine - (586) 723-6489

 

LEGO Robotics

Advisor: Jen Lewis - (586) 723-6460

Lego Robotics is a club for 5th grade students that runs from November until March after school, typically on Mondays and Tuesdays. Students program robots to compete in 4 events at a competition along with all Chippewa Valley Elementary schools. Every October, all 5th grade students receive information on how to join Lego Robotics. The team is made up of 12 students that are focused, well behaved, and knowledgeable of programming.

 

Recycling Team

Advisor: Jason Trzasko - (586) 723-6479

The Recycling Team is one any 5th grade student can join.  In order to protect and keep our environment clean, collectively as a school, we recycle paper products here at Ojibwa. 5th grade students (that are not safeties) can choose to become a recycler at the beginning of the school year.  Ojibwa students care about the Earth and want to preserve it for as long as we can.

 

Safety Team

Advisor: Angela Mattord - (586) 723-6481 and Anne Blake - (586) 723-6483

 

Science Olympiad

Advisor: Barb Meeusen- (586) 723-6478 and Kathy Krull - (586) 723-6442

Science Olympiad is a STEM based program that encourages students to get involved in active, hands-on group participation with an emphasis on science. Science Olympiad events take advantage of the natural curiosity of each child and allow for in-depth science exploration and discovery. Science Olympiad improves the quality of science education and problem solving in elementary school students and increases the interest of diverse students in science. Students in 4th and 5th grades are eligible for the team, and 3rd grade students are eligible for the alternate team. Students can sign up by filling out an application form requiring a teacher signature and a letter of recommendation. Parents are expected to coach a team in order for their child to participate. These competitive events bond students, teachers, parents, and principals to work together toward a shared goal and have fun and meet new people in the process.

 

Student Council

Advisor: Claire Clor - (586) 723-6451 and Lauren Kern - (586) 723-6462

Please contact your classroom teacher or the Student Council advisors for detailed information. Please see below for frequently asked questions.

Q: Who can be apart of student council?
A: 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students

Q: Can you be on student council more than once? 
A: Yes

Q: When does student council meet?
A: October - June on the second Tuesday of each month from 7:50am - 8:25am

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

February 17 - February 21
Mid-Winter Break Week
Mid-Winter Break Week
Date: Feb 17 - Feb 21
Calendar: Ojibwa Calendar

Have a safe and enjoyable break! See you on the 24th. 

February 20
Chuck E Cheese Dining Night
Lakeside Location
Chuck E Cheese Dining Night
Date: Feb 20
Location: Lakeside Location
Calendar: Ojibwa Calendar
Chuck E Cheese Dining Night
Lakeside Location
Chuck E Cheese Dining Night
Date: Feb 20
Location: Lakeside Location
Calendar: Ojibwa Calendar
February 24
Classes resume
Classes resume
Date: Feb 24
Calendar: Ojibwa Calendar
March 2
March Is Reading Month (MIRM) begins
March Is Reading Month (MIRM) begins
Date: Mar 2
Calendar: Ojibwa Calendar

March Is Reading Month begins with many fun, reading-related, activities throughout the month.