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Extended Day Learning

At Kayenta Elementary, education and inspiring does extends even beyond the classroom. We believe that another important aspect of student life is being involved in our after-school activities on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. These activities, led by enthusiastic instructors, allow students the opportunity to interact with their peers who share similar interests and develop skills in art, music, drama, dance, and computer. 

Great Books Club 

Great Books Club provides extended-day learning opportunities for students in second through fourth grades whose individual assessment data shows either significantly below or significantly above grade level achievement in reading. This club gives students 90 minutes of additional reading instruction and practice each week in a small group setting.

Math Scholars Club

Math Scholars Club offers extended-day learning opportunities for students in second through fourth grades whose assessment data is either significantly below or significantly above grade level benchmarks. This club provides students with 90 minutes of additional math learning through hands-on activities and real-world math applications each week. 

Science Club

Science Club is open to all extended-day learning students in second through fourth grades who have an interest in science. This club provides 90 minutes of additional science-based learning each week through small group, problem solving assignments. 

Leadership Club

Leadership Club is for students in second through fourth grades with an interest in future student council membership and community service. This club offers students opportunities to learn and apply key leadership skills by completing community service projects with a small group. Students practice goal setting, record keeping, public speaking, and collaborative learning skills in this club. 

Young Authors Club

Young Authors Club provides extended day-learning opportunities for students in second through fourth grades whose benchmark assessment data shows either significantly below or significantly above grade level achievement in writing. At Young Authors, students expand their vocabulary usage, research skills, and collaborative learning skills while completing grade-level writing projects to share with others.