Extracurricular Activities

AFTER SCHOOL GYM INFORMATION SHEET 

After School Gym (ASG) at Pleasant Ridge is a structured and fun 60 minutes in the PR gym!  Fifteen sessions per school year are offered from 2:30-3:30pm in the PR gym (October-March). Permission slips are available in the gym on a monthly basis.  Students attending Wesley are welcome to participate and head back to the program at 3:15. ASG ends sharply at 3:30pm.  It is important that students are on their way home at this time.
 
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us:
PE Office – 847 657-2715
 
Best,
Kate Grubba (kgrubba@glenview34.org)
Patrick Hoeft (phoeft@glenview34.org)


Art

As the school year progresses, many students often request to stay after school to work on their art assignments, get extra help and/or quietly explore. The program occurs once a week.. Dates are published on this site, in the Lyon/Pleasant Ridge Review, and are also posted in both of the Art Room windows (Room #304). The program runs from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Students must be picked up promptly in the front of the building. There is no bus service. Students must leave the building promptly by 3:30 p.m. and are not permitted to wander the halls or school grounds. There is no adult supervision after that time.

For more information regarding After School Art, please contact Elissa Astorino, eastorino@glenview34.org


Chorus

The PR Chorus invites students of all ability levels to sing and learn together. This year, we are singing a wide variety of styles including folk, jazz, pop, and multicultural music. The chorus meets once a week after school from 2:35-3:30 P.M. Rehearsal dates are TBA. Performance opportunities include two concerts as well as community outreach events.

For more information regarding Chorus, please contact Sarah Inendino, sinendino@glenview34.org or Maureen O’Malley, momalley@glenview34.org


 

Student Council

The Student Council provides students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade the opportunity to invest in the leadership of the school. Representatives are chosen in each classroom. Children work on a variety of projects including developing school spirit activities, investigating changes in the school such as the building of the playground, and supporting outside organizations such as facilitating the book and school supply drives for the Skool Aid program.