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The purpose of Northstar's After School Clubs program is to provide students with an opportunity to explore an area of interest while providing a safe and structured activity after school. Student expectations during our After School Clubs are very simple. We are asking students to be kind, helpful, and active members of their club each day that it meets. 

Quarter 1 Clubs

Our Quarter 1 After School Clubs will be held from 3:00-4:30 pm between Monday, October 10 and Friday, November 18. The exact days that the club will meet each week are outlined in the first table below. 

A confirmation email will be sent on Wednesday, October 5 to all families who have signed their student up for a club. Please direct any questions regardig this program to Tim Skutley, Northstar Principal, at tskutley@ecasd.us or 715-852-5110. 

Garden Club
Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays with Ms. Sarah Redford (sredford@ecasd.us)
Join us to help grow our Northstar Edible Classroom! Enjoy hands-on activities as we plant indoor seedlings, build raised garden beds, prepare the garden plot for the spring, organize a school composting program, and much more! Students will collaborate to beautify our school grounds in an environment inclusive to all types of learners. Garden club members will take home a plant of their own to grow and nourish at the end of the club. Whether you have a green thumb or just a thumb, Garden Club is for you! Can you dig it?

Board Game Club
Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays with Ms. Mary Rettke (mrettke@ecasd.us)
This is the bi-monthly club from the past. We will now turn it into a club that meets every Tuesday and Thursday. Come and play one of Northstar’s plethora of games; New and old, cooperative and competitive, dice rolling and card playing. All games and supplies will be provided. Thursdays we might even try some Dungeons and Dragons lessons so come to have fun and never be bored at Boardgame Club.

Equity Club
Meets Mondays with Ms. Jenni Berg (jberg@ecasd.us)
The purpose of Equity Club is to promote student empowerment, allow students to learn about other cultures and communities, and enhance the Northstar school climate by ensuring that all students are accepted and have a place to be themselves. This student-led group may include community guest speakers, student discussions, school-wide projects, etc.