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Student Clubs and Activities

Clubs and extracurricular activities provide opportunities for growth and enrichment.  Woodson Elementary offers the following:
Student Government

Student Government

Students learn the fundamentals of representative democracy through their involvement in the student council.  The student council takes an active role in sponsoring and planning various student activities and enhancing communication between the students and teachers.  
Chess Club

Chess Club

5th Grader Students can join in the fun of chess club!  Chess Club sharpens our kids’ minds and promotes mental toughness through healthy, individual, and team competition, building camaraderie and friendships, plus it is a lot of fun!
Girls On The Run

Girls On The Run

Girls on the Run is so much more than running - it focuses on the "whole girl"!  Trained volunteer coaches inspire girls to build confidence and other important life skills through dynamic, interactive lessons and physical activity.
The research-based curriculum includes three parts:
  • Understanding ourselves
  • Valuing relationships and teamwork
  • Recognizing how we can shape the world at large
Grades 3rd - 5th
Tuesdays and Thursdays after school
2;15 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Heart and Sole (Girls on the Run 6th - 8th Gade)

Heart and Sole (Girls on the Run 6th - 8th Gade)

Heart and Sole help girls find their place through trained coaches that inspire girls to value what makes them unique.  Together, teams uncover confidence and understand the importance of physical and emotional health.
The research-based curriculum motivates girls to:
  • Learn more about themselves
  • Become independent and critical thinkers
  • Develop skills to write their own stories
  • Find inner strength through physical activity
Grades 6th - 8th
Tuesdays during the Fall
2;15 - 4:15 p.m.
Gaming Club: Teaching Kids to Play Magic:  The Gathering

Gaming Club: Teaching Kids to Play Magic:  The Gathering

We give kids access to the card game Magic: The Gathering by giving students the cards and resources they need to play the game. Cards have been donated through local game shops, such as Nexus Game Emporium, Red Bluff, and non-profits such as
But why teach kids Magic: The Gathering?
We believe that teaching Magic builds skills such as critical thinking, math, and reading. Magic also helps encourage socialization and engagement. Our Sort, Build, Play curriculum gets kids to engage with the game in a way that not only keeps them focused on the learning at that moment but makes it more likely they will stick with it down the road.
Students will learn how to play this interactive game and once they have become proficient they have the opportunity to keep the deck that they played or build a new deck from our collection of over 1,000 cards.
Grades 6th-8th
Room 22
September - November, Wednesdays after school 2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Club Advisor:  Richard Cherveny, VAPA Teacher