After-school programs and extracurricular activities provide a richer environment to help students learn and grow. At Covedale School, students have access to a variety of programs and activities to explore their interests.
Covedale offers a variety of enrichment activities as part of the school day depending on the student's grade level and class:
Award-winning recycling & composting program — Classroom and lunchroom composting and recycling teach students about conservation, responsibility, and more.
Career Day — Unique opportunity for students in grades 4-6 to learn about professions in our community.
Concerts — Each child will have an opportunity to be on stage at some point during the year!
Gifted Education — Full-time gifted intervention specialist (Mrs. Tisue) provides individualized instruction to identified gifted students.
iGames — Over the summer, students entering 5th grade were able to participate in a free camp funded by UC in which they used STEM skills to train invertebrates for competition. (Covedale cleaned up at the final games!)
Latin — Part of our college preparatory program.
Pre-Algebra — Offered to students in 6th grade who have mastered 6th grade math standards.
School Store — "Colts Cash" earned for positive behavior/school jobs can be spent at the school store, teaching real-world economics.
Tutors/Mentors — For younger students, part of the daily recycling team, and more.
University of Cincinnati's StEP (Student Enterprise Program) — Available for all students in grades 4-6; students earn StEP dollars which can be spent at the StEP store, saved (with interest!), or donated to charity. Covedale had the 5th highest donation number out of the twenty-two schools that participated in the program last year. The students donated a total of $488.08 real dollars to their charity (SPCA)!
Men Organized Respectful and Educated (M.O.R.E.) — M.O.R.E. is an after-school group for boys in grades that is designed to strategically support and promote measurable improvements in academic achievement, promotion rates, graduation rates, and college readiness, with anemphasis on developing strong character. The content of M.O.R.E. consists of Academic Support, Social Skills Development, College & Career Awareness, Financial Literacy, and Health & Wellness.
Brain Bowl Academic Team
Skating Parties — Sponsored by the PTA. Generally held on the first Tuesday of each month.
LEGO Club — Meets second Friday of the month.
Computer Programming Club — Meets third Friday of the month.
Green Council — Meets periodically before school.
Art Club — Meets Wednesdays.
Tennis Club — Third grade only. Meets Wednesdays in the spring.
Gardening Crew — Meets two Fridays per month.
Fly High Dance Tea