Student Involvement



Clubs and Activites at Somers

Choir: Students in 4th and 5th grade can join our school choir. Choir is held on Mondays from 3:15-4:15PM.

There will be no Choir practice during  the winter months, We will resume Monday April 16th after school.
There is no Choir Monday April 30 due to 4th  & 5 th Grade Spring Music Program.

Coding Club– Second graders can participate at lunch in this new club! Come learn about computer science, code with legos, robots and more during recess once a week! More details will be shared in the spring.


Student Council:  5th graders can participate in this club. More details will be shared in the fall.

Student Council Members

Thanksgiving Food Drive is in full swing! Get your items in by the 20th!

run  Running Club: This club is for grades 4th and 5th. Running Club details will be shared this fall.


download Somers Intramurals: Details are coming this fall!


bobBattle of the Books:

State Battle of the Books is for any interested 5th grader. State will begin in the fall.   Website

City Battle of the Books is for any 4th and 5th graders. Practices will be held in the fall. Website

Third Grade Battle of the Books- for any interested 3rd Graders. Practice                                                  and Teams will form in January. Website



Any 5th graders can be a part of yearbook. Students will be responsible for taking pictures, yearbook layout, interviews, writing and group photos.


news  Eagle Report: Any 5th graders are able to be an Eagle Reporter. Reports are filmed throughout the week. There may be additional meeting times depending on your role.

Eagle Report Student Interest Form– Fill this out if you are a 5th grader and interested in helping with the Eagle Report


spellScripp’s National Spelling Bee
Here at Somers Elementary all students in grades K-5 have the opportunity to participate in Classroom Spelling Bees. Lists will be passed out this week. This year’s contest will include Spelling and Vocabulary components – if the list has definitions with a word children should study how to spell the word AND what the word means.  Each class can send up to 4 students to the Grade Level Bees.  The winner of our 4/5th grade Spelling Bee will represent Somers at the KUSD District Spelling Bee at the end of January.
Great Site to Practice At:       Word of the Week on Pinterest

bee-cartoon Black History Bee:   Coming February 2018!


4th and 5th graders will ALL participate in this vocabulary building activity.  Three times during the year they are given a list of words to learn.  A month later they will take a written test that tests their knowledge of the meanings of these words.  We celebrate top scorers at each grade level and their scores are added to a NATIONAL website that lets us know top classroom and individual scorers.  Ask your 4th or 5th grader if they are studying a list right now … you can help them figure out what the words mean and if any of the words connect with other words (mean the same as, mean the opposite of, goes along with).
All students can compete in the Analogy of the Week.  The Analogy of the Week is posted on the bulletin board.  Any student can try to figure out the missing word – look up words and talk to friends and try to find the answer.  Then they write the answer on the entry form and turn it in by room 125 on Friday before 9:00.  Winners will be announced on TV each Friday and will be posted on the bulletin board.
A SPECIAL THANKS to the SSC for their continued support in paying our entry fees for the WordMasters’ Challenge. Encourage your children to participate in these activities.

Competition. PARENT INFO


geobeeThe National Geographics GEOBEE & Geography Quiz of the Week


stock   Stock Market Simulation- Millionaire’s Club- 3rd-5th graders can participate in the spring.