In elementary art classes, students will explore many different aspects of visual art. Students will let their creativity flow by engaging in activities such as drawing and painting with various materials. They also learn art vocabulary, explore the work of many different artists and art movements, and learn to appreciate art as it enhances our world.
- Do you love to play chess and challenge your mind? Then Carnegie Chess Club is for you! Carnegie Chess Club allows children to learn and enjoy chess while experiencing healthy competition and team spirit. Chess is used to develop critical thinking, problem solving, decision making, and competitive maturity. All Carnegie students are invited to be a part of the Carnegie Chess Club!
- Student Council
- Student Council's goal is to help our school and community be a better place. There is a President, Vice President, and Treasurer which is voted on by those elected in Student Council and can only be a 5th grade representative.
- Safety Patrol
- Carnegie Chorale
- Carnegie Chorale is a choir of 4th and 5th graders who love to sing and want to enrich their music education. The choir meets once a week after school for 45 minutes. It is a non-auditioned group. In rehearsal, students work on vocal technique, performer etiquette, 2-part singing, fun repertoire and more! The Carnegie Chorale ends their time together with a concert after their last rehearsal of the semester.
*All clubs are subject to change
In elementary music classes, students will learn and practice the basic fundamental elements of music such as sound, melody, harmony, rhythm, and expression (dynamics, tempo, articulation). Students will engage in singing, playing instruments, responding to music with movement, and connecting with various cultures through music. These classes will help students develop creativity, self-expression, and problem-solving while creating music together as a team. These classes will also provide students with performance opportunities, which will help them develop a sense of ensemble, tolerance, perseverance, and rigor—enabling them to be well-rounded citizens of our global society.