Track & Field
Girls on the Run
It’s the Law
Tiny Tots Tennis
Baby Bears Spirit Squad
Student Lighthouse Team
Brookside Charter Athletics
Home of the Bears
The Fall Athletic Season runs August – October and includes Girls Volleyball and Boys Soccer.
The Winter Athletic Season runs November – February and includes Spirit Squad, Girls Basketball and Boys Basketball.
The Spring Athletic Season runs March – April and includes Track & Field and Girls Soccer.
Activities & Clubs
Alpha Omega Project
Alpha Omega Project works with students and parents from grades Kindergarten through Eighth grade to help develop Skills for Life. Alpha Omega encourages our students to look beyond negative thoughts and social behavior in order to be the best they can be. Alpha Omega helps in adding the task of sending our students to some of the best high schools Kansas City has to offer. We give our students purpose and direction in hopes to break any negative generational cycles and in many cases send students to college as first generation college students within their family. In this we hope to change the courses of our students lives! We stand firm in the belief that it all goes back to the education and that is Alpha Omega’s primary focus along with teaching formal grooming, etiquette training, and social skills.
Baby Bears Spirit Squad is to provide the best tools for developing our students in the sport of cheer, while helping children gain knowledge, skills and competencies that are an integral part of a global multicultural society.
Baby Bears Spirit Squad
Our mission through Alpha Omega is to provide the best tools for developing our students in the sport of basketball while helping children gain knowledge, skills and competencies that are an integral and important part of a global multicultural society. Biddy Ball Program introduces students from Kindergarten through Fourth Grade to the sport of Basketball.
To assist in its mission, the size of the balls, the height of the goals and the distance of the free throw lines are modified to fit young athletes. These simple modifications permit the children to learn the fundamentals of the game and develop their ball handling skills with regard to their age and physical abilities while indirectly improving a wide range of cognitive and social skills.
Student Lighthouse provides leadership opportunities for interested students. Student Lighthouse members represent the elementary school students and promote the core values represented in the 7 habits. Members respond to student issues and create student activities that promote enthusiasm and school spirit. Members often help raise funds for school-wide activities, including social events, community projects, helping people in need and school reform. These students must apply, interview, and be selected
Student Lighthouse Team
The Gamma Girls Leadership program is composed of topics and activities designed to provide a focused approach to address the developmental needs and concerns of girls ranging from grades K-8. This program provides an opportunity-rich environment where girls can learn, grow, and discover their particular gifts and skills with a positive sense of self and healthy decision making. The Gamma Girls Leadership Program also addresses Academic needs along with Steven Covey’s Seven Habits in all topics and activities. Gamma meets twice a month from 10am-Noon (Lunch Provided)
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Girl Scouts helps girls develop their full individual potential; relate to others with increasing understanding, skill, and respect; develop values to guide their actions and provide the foundation for sound decision making; and contribute to the improvement of society through their abilities, leadership skills, and cooperation with others.
Girls on the Run
Running is used to inspire and motivate girls, encourage lifelong health and fitness, and build confidence through accomplishment. Important social, psychological, and physical skills and abilities are developed and reinforced throughout the program. At each season’s conclusion, the girls and their running buddies complete a 5K running event which gives them a tangible sense of achievement as well as a framework for setting and achieving life goals. The result—making the seemingly impossible, possible, and teaching girls that they can
Green Club is a group of people passionate about the environment. We place a high priority on building up our knowledge of the environment we live in, and on environmental conservation. Equipped with knowledge about our Earth, we hope to reinforce environmental awareness in our school and make our school a greener place.
It's The Law
The purpose of our group is to study various laws and discuss the pros and cons of such laws. Students will learn how to access the systems that create and maintain laws at the local, state and federal levels. In addition, students will learn and practice how to access lawmakers and how to make their voices heard. The group will study, visit with legislators, judges and other decision makers as well as have important field experiences to make their learning authentic. We want our students equipped for civic engagement. The Club is open to students in grades 6-8.
Language Club would be for students who like learning about different cultures and their languages. Students will discover and experience the Francophone, Hispanic, Brazilian-Portuguese, and other international cultures. They would correspond with students from other countries, sample – experience international dress, food, holidays celebrated in different countries, meet people who have lived in other countries, experience varieties of music, and more.
National Junior Honor Society
NJHS is a group focused on mentoring and leadership. It provides opportunities to students that excel in learning and leadership. The pillars of NJHS are Scholarship, Service, Leadership, Character, and Citizenship. Activities include serving our community, fundraising, building character, promoting leadership, and building resumes for future endeavors.. There may be additions if field trips occur.
The Alpha Omega Tiny Tots Tennis Program introduces students from Kindergarten through Second grade to the sport of tennis, which uses tennis as a platform to teach responsibility ,respect,teamwork and other character building elements. The program will also offer academic tutoring and hand-eye coordination. These fine motor skills develop in a series of stages from birth to about 7 years of age. When combined with a tennis component, it provides important developmental assets and reflects the ideals and principles of the Alpha Omega Project by giving children access to a safe, healthy educational environment.