Clara Mohammed School of STL Extracurricular Activities and School Clubs
Participation in interscholastic and extracurricular activities is a privilege and not a right. Interscholastic competition and participation in extracurricular activities may be withheld from any student as a condition of discipline. Furthermore, all policies that apply to the regular school day apply also to interscholastic competition and extracurricular activities. Sponsors may establish policies for their groups in addition to those set forth in the policy and procedure manual.
Examples of extracurricular activities may include, but not limited to:
- Reading tutorial
- Organized sports
The school supports the use of school-sanctioned clubs to allow students extracurricular experience at school. When clubs are available they will be advertised amongst the students and parents. All students participating in a school club are required to maintain a 2.0GPA, have no behavioral concerns, and meet the expectation of the club. A copy of the club expectations will be provided to students joining an individual club. Clubs must e sponsored and supervised by a school staff member with support from volunteers.
Examples of school-sanctioned clubs:
- Gardening Club
- Horticultural Club
- Chess Club