Learning Happens

OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM

Outside the Classroom

Our students learn best with multi-sensory approaches and consistent academic and social strategies. For these reasons, classroom learning is complemented by rich, hands-on, and experiential curricula, and ample opportunities to develop and practice social and academic skills.

 

Whether students are participating in after school clubs and activities, service learning, outdoor education, cooperative games or trips out into our community – these experiences are enriching their learning and social-emotional growth. 

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Clubs & After School Activities

Sub Shop

Join Sub Shop to build career and interpersonal skills and learn many aspects of running a real business!  There are many positions available for students in every grade level.  Students apply for positions, interview and then are selected for specific jobs.  Sub Shop employees manage the shop every Wednesday during lunch.

Drama Club

The Norman Howard School Drama Club was launched in late 2012 and returned performing arts to the school. At its core, the drama club promotes creativity, builds confidence and improves school performance. Students not only showcase their talents but also participate in a shared learning experience; they gain self-confidence, learn to trust their ideas and abilities, learn to work as a team, cooperate and collaborate with one another, learn to take risks and to trust themselves, others and the process…..life skills that transcend time. The 2016-2017 school year production will be Shrek, Jr. the Musical.

Science Club

Students have fun while exploring science through demonstrations, guided experiments and group projects.  Science club meets the first Monday of the month, every other month.

Chess Club

Students have an opportunity to play friendly games of chess against their peers and teachers in a low-stress environment. Students of all levels are welcome to join.  Chess club meets during Advisory.

Yearbook Club

Students work together and with faculty advisors to produce the beautiful, 100- page, color yearbook. Students demonstrate their creativity by selecting a theme, developing ideas and concepts, selecting photography, writing copy, selling advertising and doing all the tasks associated with publishing. Yearbook Club typically meets during Advisory on Fridays.

Student Council

Students are encouraged to represent their classmates and serve on the Student Council.  Council members plan school-wide activities such as Spirit Week, Career Day and the School Picnic.  Student Council meets during Advisory.

Ski Club

Ski Club participants visit Bristol Mountain to take advantage of the wonders of winter sports. In addition to improving their skiing or snowboarding abilities, students form close relationships with their teachers and peers. Ski Club takes place on Thursdays in January & February for an average of five trips.  An all-day ski trip rounds out the season and students can sign up to just attend the all day trip if they don’t want to commit to the “whole” season.   

Art Attack

Students participate in guided art projects and crafts after school on the first Monday of the month, every other month. The club creates an impressive "Art Attack" publication every year which contains student art work, poetry, and short stories.

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275 Pinnacle Road

Rochester, NY 14623

Tel: (585) 334-8010

Email: info@normanhoward.org

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