Clubs & Activities

Science Fair

Louisville Elementary has its annual Science Fair in January each year. It is open to all students in grades K-5 who want to participate! 4th and 5th graders are highly encouraged to participate. Students will present their Science Fair projects to their class and display them in the bum for Family Viewing Night. 

Running Club

Running club runs on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Spring before school. It is open to Kindergarten thru 5th graders, siblings and family members. (Please note: K thru 2nd graders must be accompanied by a PARENT or LEGAL GUARDIAN.) Students walk, jog, or run one of our out-and-back loops through Waremberg Open Space and return to school for breakfast, mileage recording, prizes, and raffles.

Math League

This club is open to 4th and 5th grade students who love math and want to expand their mathematical thinking and problem solving abilities. Students will take a pre-test and the top 30 scorers will get an invitation to participate in math league. Students in math league will practice and review problems as well as participate in a monthly math competition. 

Larks Choir

Larks choir is made up of 4th and 5th grade students who love to sing! Under the direction of Ms. McCord, the Larks Choir meets for a few months of the year and performs at the Parade of Lights and our Annual Holiday Sing Along.


Global Citizens Geography Club (GCGC)

LES's Global Citizen's Geography Club is for 4th and 5th graders. Using Jane Goodall's Roots and Shoots format, we've identified sustainability as an important issue facing our community. Students in GCGC with practice critical thinking, responsibility, awareness, mindfulness, empathy, and activism to identify and solve issues in the community. 

BVSD Lifelong Learning

BVSD Lifelong Learning offers a way for kids to expand their knowledge without having to worry about grades or homework. After the school bell rings or during the summer, students can switch gears from core curriculum to their choice of creative, active and/or brain building options. Igniting a spark outside of the classroom can improve children’s attitude toward school and boost their self-confidence. Best of all, Lifelong Learning reinvests 100% of its profits back into BVSD.