St. Patrick's Fine art's Co-curricular Programs page

Co-curricular Programs


This choir is open to students in grades one to three and operates from September until early June, under the direction of Mrs. Ens and accompanist Mrs. Tagg. During the year, choir members are introduced to group singing techniques and experiences.

For more information, please see the Div I Choir  page under the Fine Arts programs.


St. Patrick Fine Arts Elementary School offers a choral program for the students in grades four to six, to begin or to advance their choral singing experience . The director is Mrs. Skretting and the accompanist is Mrs. Tagg.

For more information please see the Div II Choir page under the Fine Arts programs.


RUNNING CLUB          

Welcome to Running Club 2023!  We encourage all students to participate; most students walk or run. We keep track of the accumulated kilometres by students signing in on the days they choose to run, and tallying the number of laps around the field. 

The students run as much or as little as they choose and we stop the running before the bell so they have some time to play and cool down for class. Students may join at any time, but we encourage them to come regularly.

Running Club Permission Form


Division I (grades 1, 2 and 3) are invited to join Art Club for Tuesday lunch recesses in a given month.

Tasks are specially designed to be started and ended in a short period of time and embrace sound instruction in not only art for leisure, but foundational art concepts. More information can be found in our monthly newsletters.


Our grade 6s can play on competition teams representing our 'Crusaders'. Triple Ball is a great entry into volleyball for young people and runs from late September to the end of October. practices and games are usually 2 times per week after school. Player fees include a team jersey (t-shirt) to play in to keep after the season.

Basketball runs after Christmas for a couple of months in the same schedule. For both teams, the kids play against other Catholic school teams in Lethbridge as well as any exhibition games with other schools. Player fees include a team jersey (t-shirt) to play in and then keep after the season as well as payment for referees.

Non-playing students can volunteer to score keep our home games. Please see Mrs. Jones-Husch for more info on this volunteer opportunity.

Watch for more information in future newsletters.

Basketball 2023-2024 permission form


At times, the school runs a Knitting Club for grades 5 and 6 students. Any first time knitters are welcome to join.  The Google Classroom for Knitting has short tutorial videos to help students with any questions.  The classroom code is f7kluba.

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