Extracurricular activities typically take place outside of the regular school day, either before or after school, or at times, over the lunch time in place of recess. These activities can change from year to year and vary from school to school. For more information, contact the teacher listed in charge or the school front office.
Extracurricular clubs at Butterfield School are listed below.
Instrumental Music is also a great way to get involved.
If you love reading and discussing books with your friends, Buddy’s Book Club is the perfect club for you! All meetings will be in Ms. Davellis's room- 512.
|Basketball Tournament Schedule||
Tournament Dates TBD.
|Mr. Krech, Mrs. Ovaska & Mr. Jarosz|
|Basketball (4th)||Fourth grade girls, fourth grade boys. Practices vary. After school games where K-5 schools play against one another.||Mr. Krech, Mrs Ovaska & Mr. Jarosz|
|Basketball (5th)||Fifth grade girls, fifth grade boys. Practices vary. After school games where K-5 schools play against one another.||Mr. Krech & Mr. Jarosz|
|Book Club||Students read and discuss books.||Mrs. Surdick|
|Cheerleading||Students practice and cheer for after-school basketball games.||Mrs. True|
|Chorus Club||Students learn to sing in a group setting. Additional information can be found by clicking here.||Mr. Weppler|
|Continental Math League||Students work to become better problem-solvers in multiple disciplines through national level participation and recognition.||Mrs. Rech|
|Cup Stacking||Cup staking, also known as sport stacking or speed stacking, is an individual and team sport that involves stacking 9 or 12 specially designed cups in pre-determined sequences as fast as possible||Mr. Krech|
|Dance Dance Revolution||Students work with electronic game that teaches dance moves and coordination.||Ms. Davellis|
|Destination Imagination||Is a worldwide creative, team-focused, STEAM competition. District 70 students from K-8 start out competing regionally, then can advance to the state level, and then may reach the global competition.||Mrs. McLean|
|Game Club||Students learn to play board games||Mrs. Panock|
|Intramural Sports||Includes floor hockey||Mr. Krech|
|Morning Broadcast||Students create a broadcast of daily morning announcements||Mr. Weppler|
|National Geographic Bee||An annual geography contest sponsored by the National Geographic Society. The bee, held annually since 1989, is open to students in the fourth through eighth grades in participating schools from the United States.||Mrs. Rech|
|Newspaper||Students design, create and publish a school newspaper|
|Post Office||Students send letters to one another within the school||Mrs. Stein and Ms. Deal|
Student learn and work on technology skills
|Volleyball||Fourth Grade co-ed, fifth grade co-ed|
|Wonderful Writers||A creative writing program.||Mrs. Serrecchia|