6th grader uses a sewing machine for the first time
The library is packed on Mondays during lunch with middle schoolers looking for opportunities to unleash their creativity. Legos, sewing, stacking straws, friendship bracelets, art, and anything else that fosters hands-on student creations is an option during Create Club. This club is perfect for White Oak’s future inventors, designers, and builders.
7th graders measure material for their scrunchies
6th graders make friendship bracelets
The principal learns to sew!
6th grader sews like a professional!
6th graders construct legos
7th graders show each other what they have learned
8th graders explore stacking straws
7th graders make cars
Students are showing up for Game Club! Every Thursday White Oak Middle Schoolers get the opportunity to bring their lunch to the library and play card games, chess, dominoes, scrabble, and any other non-tech games of their choice. In today’s hi-tech world, a little game break goes a long way for kids. Check out Scholastic’s article describing the benefits of children playing board games.
Girls Game Club
You’re never too old for Go Fish!
More card games