Activities

Activities @ FAIR School Crystal

These extracurricular clubs are available for our students:  
Fall Play, Spring Musical, All District Band, All District Orchestra, Math Team, Yearbook Committee, FAIR School Newspaper.  

Sign up are available in the main office. In order to guarantee a spot, all forms must be completed and fees must be paid.

Forms to complete:

  • FAIR Waiver Form

  • Robbinsdale Participation Form

  • Transportation


Club name: Yearbook Committee (Max. 12 6-8th graders)

Cost: None

Teacher: TBD

Start date: TBD

Day: TBD

Description: Come sign up to learn skills of producing FAIR yearbook. The committee is responsible for the overall content and development of the yearbook.

Contact Information:


Club name: FAIR School Newspaper: ArtVoice (Max. 20 4th-8th graders)

Cost: None

Teacher: Brenda Reeder

Start date: TBD

Day: TBD

Description: Student writers and photographers will document the ARTS at FAIR School, including performances, classes, and residencies with spotlights on students and staff at our school!

Contact Information: Brenda_Reeder@rdale.org


Club name: Leadership Link Crew (Max. 15- 3/per grade level 4-8)

Cost: None

Teacher: Nadine Rassatt

Start date: TBD

Day: TBD

Description: Discussions and activities revolving around the subject of positive leadership. Possible activities may include, but are not limited to, creating positive posters to hang around school, hand-written thank yous and learning about leadership through first hand experiences.

Contact Information: Nadine_Rassatt@rdale.org


Club name: Math Team (4th-8th)

Cost: None

Teacher: TBD

Start date: TBD

Day: TBD

Description:  The Math Team practices every Wednesdays after school in the media center and participates in at least four competitive programs through the course of the year. Besides the Wednesday practices, there are five meets held on Mondays after school at Saint Louis Park Junior High and Robbinsdale Middle School during the fall and early winter months for MN Junior High Math League and another meet in the February for our second competition, MATHCOUNTS. The team will also practice throughout the year for Math Masters competitions in the spring. The Math Team is an opportunity for those who want to try their hands at challenging math problems in a competitive environment.

Contact Information:

   

*Students must be accompanied by a parent in order to attend a game, practice, or performance that they are not directly participating in.*   

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