The following clubs will be offered for the 21-22 school year.
Board Game Club
Come stay after classes are over on Wednesday from 2:40 – 3:30 to play some board games with friends. Coordinator: AJ Wawak
Middle/High Schoolers, come join us on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 2:40 – 3:40 to talk books!. Coordinator: Mary Beth Hendrick – 1 spot left
Elementary, Come join us on 2nd Tuesday of each month from 2:40 – 3:40 to talk books.
Coordinators: Rachel Beach, Ellen Blalock, and Rachel Pantke
D&D Club – Full, Waitlist Available
Come join us on Tuesdays from 2:40 – 4:00 to play Dungeons and Dragons. Coordinator: Julia Black
Harry Potter Club ($40) Full, Waitlist Available
Come join us once a month in Apex to explore the 4th book, The Goblet of Fire and have some Triwizard fun! Coordinator: Renee Charbonneau and Stacy Lyerly
Come join us at various hiking locations around the Wake County area to explore. Locations will be listed on the App, Website and Facebook. Coordinator: TBD
Families come join us once a month at a different restaurant around the Wake County area to explore our world through food. Locations will be listed on the App, Website and Facebook. Coordinator: Aurora Deluca
This club will teach the kids to warm-up and cool-down properly and develop healthy run habits. They will also train using the walk-run method and run in 5K’s when they can. Coordinator: TBD
Community Service Club
Come join us at various locations around the Wake County area to volunteer for various non-profits. Locations will be listed on the App, Website and Facebook. Coordinator: Juli McCallister
Zoo Club activities are designed for students in grades K-8. Home School groups may become a part of Zoo Club by registering a group that will be involved in the following program activities throughout the school year. You must be a registered homeschool unless your only student is in K.
PreK students are no longer added to the cards. So those ages 2-4 won’t be listed and you’ll need to purchase a ticket on days you attend the zoo.
Zoo Club Off-site programs: The Zoo comes to you and you provide the space. Each Zoo Club receives two off-site programs a year, one in the fall and one in the spring.
On-site Programs: Materials are sent to the coordinator of a club and they disperse information to club members. These programs are self-guided and members can choose when to come to the Zoo to participate in them.
With your zoo club card, you will be able to also come to the zoo on your own time, during the week and excluding some holidays, and those listed on the card are free!
Here’s our most likely schedule, Topics TBD:
Fall Off Site Program Aug 24-26
Fall Onsite Program October 12-14
Spring Offsite Program February 15-17
Spring Onsite Program April 5-7
Cost: $30 per student