Student Activities

At Wing Luke Elementary School, we feel that participation in student-oriented activities is a vital part of a student’s education. Therefore, a wide range of activities is provided, which include the following:

Before School Homework Club

Homework Club is offered on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday before school from 8:40 to 9:10. By invitation only, Homework Club is reserved for ELL students and other non-ELL students who need additional support in completing homework to be successful in school. Homework Club is run by our Bilingual Instructional Assistants.

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Chess Club 

Math Club

Math Club at Wing Luke is offered on Monday after school. Math club uses the Explorations in Math curriculum, which includes well-planned lessons that are designed to improve students’ number sense, calculation, measurement and problem-solving skills. In club, students have math activity/problem solving lessons and also learn a variety of math games. The skills and activities are designed to improve students’ mathematical reasoning and calculation abilities, as well as their overall attitude about math. There are three 10-week sessions of Math Club this year. Sessions will be in the fall (October-December), winter (January-March) and spring (April-June).  For more information, please contact Mr. Runnoe or Ms. Brown at 206.252.7630.
Safety Patrol

The primary function of Safety Patrol is to assist and aid members of the student body in the safe and proper crossing of streets and other designated crossing areas. Though the main function of Safety Patrol is to protect students and reinforce safety practices, the Safety Patrol prompts members to develop responsibility, dependability, leadership, and a sense of social obligation.  Please support Safety Patrol by driving carefully and following their directions. 
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After School Homework Club

After school program under the direction of staff and tutors and is intended for 3rd through 5th grade students.  Starfish meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:40-5:00 in the Cafeteria. Students attend the year-long program on a space-available basis, with permission from their parents. The program pursues five areas of focus throughout the year:
  • Basic Training Academy -- studying city life and Seattle’s services
  • Needs and Wants – identifying and understanding the difference between them
  • Peace in our community
  • The Environment
  • Healthy Choices
Student Council  

Student Council provides outstanding Intermediate students with the opportunity to assume leadership roles and take part in the decision-making process for school-wide activities.  These include organizing and announcing the school's spirit days, purchasing for and managing the student store, where students can buy school supplies, Penny Harvest, and other fundraising activities.  Focusing on developing group decision-making skills, Student Council prepares students for the leading roles they will assume as adults.
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