Eagles Club: Afterschool & 21st Century Program

EAGLES CLUB: The SRES Afterschool Program

The Eagles Club provides afterschool and summer activities for SRES students in grades K-6. Classes and activities are designed to promote 21st Century skills, such as communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity. Activities are evidence-based and align with Arizona State Standards. The Eagles Club is made possible with 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) grant and our services fall into three (3) categories:

  • Provide opportunities for academic enrichment.
  • Offer students additional services, programs, and activities to reinforce and complement the regular academic program.
  • Offer families of student’s active and meaningful engagement in their children’s education.

For more information: 480-362-2400

An Eagles Club student uses special markings on the school's floors and walls to move their body in fun and engaging ways.

AFTERSCHOOL ACTIVITY STRUCTURE

A typical day for afterschool students includes a snack, homework help or tutoring, and activity. Activities may vary each semester, because they are designed based on student interests and academic need. A few examples of prior and current activities include O’odham and Piipaash Culture, Creative Crafts, Sports Camp, Chess Club, and Media/Film Class. Transportation is provided for SRPMIC resident students. 

SRES students have fun outdoors!

SUMMER SCHOOL

We want to keep students engaged with their academics during summer breaks. To fight the dreaded “summer slide,” we provide fun activities that include a mix of math, English language arts, science, and field trips! All summer school students are provided breakfast and lunch. Transportation is provided for SRPMIC resident students. 

An SRES student walks into the building.

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS

A safe and nurturing environment for students and staff is our priority. Our staff actively participates in social emotional learning in the classroom and expects students to conduct themselves in a way that aligns with the Student Parent Handbook. A student may be dropped if three (3) Behavior Incident Reports are incurred. 

An Eagles Club student learns music notes on a piano!

An Eagles Club student does homework.

An SRES student works on an afterschool project.

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