• School Clubs:

    Chorus – Wednesdays – 2:30 to 4:00

    This is for 4th and 5th grade student who enjoy singing. We meet every Wednesday from September to December. There will be a concert at the end of the semester.

    Science Olympiad – Thursdays – 2:30 to 4:00

    Students will meet on Thursdays starting October. Exact dates will be communicated to the students once the team is formed.

    Student Council – Wednesday – 2:30 to 3:30

    Student Council is for 4th + 5th grade students who would like to be a leader and represent their class. Student Council Members are elected in September and meet one Wednesday a month.

    After School Activities

    Please direct any questions to the personnel listed below.  

    Challenge Island – STEM Program – Mondays - 2:30 to 3:30


    This is a unique program that provides after school STEAM enrichment for elementary aged children right at your school! Each week students work in STEAM teams to conquer fun engineering challenges. Children have the opportunity to learn about exciting new concepts while also acquiring important team work and social emotional skills!  


    Registration and more information: https://login.challenge-island.com/eventDetail.php?record=22028

    Challenge Island Flyer


    Excellence In Etiquette - Etiquette & Cooking For Kids – Tuesdays - 2:30 to 3:30

    Our "Etiquette & Cooking for Kids" program teach students "life skills."  Students have fun preparing delicious dishes. They learn a combination of cooking and etiquette skills.  In our class, students enjoy "mixing, measuring, making, and tasking" a different dish each week, and learn various table set-up techniques.  Our program involves cake/cupcake decorating, edible food art, and dishes from appetizers to salads, from main course dishes to desserts. At the end of each session, students receive a chef's hat and recipe cards.  We offer two sessions with all new recipes.  

    Register immediately on our: https://www.eietiquette.com


    Fine Arts Matter

    1. Kidzkeys – Thursdays - 2:30 to 3:30

    For K-2 students, this is a fun introduction to playing the piano/keyboard taught on electric keyboards with headsets for each child. The course covers how to read and play sheet music, basic music theory and more.

    Kidz Keys Flyer 2021-22

    1. Guitar Club – Mondays – 2:30 3:30

    Our lessons are designed to help 2nd-5th grade students quickly learn and enjoy playing guitar! With the help of our encouraging and highly trained teachers, your child will learn 5 new songs each semester.

    Guitar Club 2021-22 Flyer

    Registration and more information: https://www.fineartsmatter.com


    Ivey Bridge Academy - Debate Club – Thursdays - 2:30 to 3:30

    Ivy Bridge Academy enjoyed having your child in our Public Speaking & Debate class this past year.

    Each semester contains different debate topics and tournament opportunities. Whether your child is new to debate or experienced, there are always opportunities to expand his/her academic and presentation skills through the practice of debate. Please consider registering for the Fall semester which starts soon! 

    Registration link: https://ivydebate.com/academic-camps/school-debate-program-creek-view-es/ 


    Kid Chess – Wednesdays – 2:30 to 3:30 & 3:35 to 4:45

    Kid Chess teaches chess in a fun and educational environment.  Children learn chess strategies and concepts through cartoons, demonstrations, and play! Regular chess, speed chess, and partner chess are just a few of the game variants utilized. Chess Makes You Smart, We Make It Fun!  A tried and true favorite, Kid Chess is on Tuesday afternoons and offers a choice of two time slots, or a child may participate in both hours.

    Registration and more information: www.kidschess.com

    Chess Club CVES Flyer


    Y- After by YMCA – Everyday 2:30 to 6:30

    YMCA Prime Time after-school program provides a safe, supportive environment with realistic and appropriate expectations. Positive interaction & exciting enhancement programs help children build a strong foundation. One of the goals of the after-school program is character development. The YMCA develops character by teaching and demonstrating values. We use positive adult role models to teach the four basic values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility.