Your student can learn to play!
Starting in third grade, Jefferson Hunt Elementary students can learn to play an instrument. Our third grade students get their feet wet by learning how to play the Recorder. Our fourth and fifth grade student move on to more advanced instruments such as the violin, saxophone, trumpet, clarinet, flute, percussion, and many many other instruments to choose from.
Does your student love to sing?
Then sign them up to be apart of Hunt Elementary's Chorus. Hunt's students learn the fundamentals of singing with our chorus instructor and learn how to be a performer. Occasionally our chorus will go on field trips to perform for around the community.
Creative After School Programs for Success (CAPS)
What is the Creative After School Programs for Success (CAPS)?
CAPS is an after school program that begins when school is released. The aim of the CAPS Program is to provide after school experiences that will enhance each student's academic,social, and emotional development.
What will my student do at CAPS?
After having a nutritious snack, students spend time doing homework before activity time. Some of the activities that students enjoy include playing sports, such as soccer, flag football, basketball, and softball. Other activities include scrapbooking, Dance, Kidbiz 3000, and tutoring for enrichment.
The Learning Center
The Learning Center is a program that provides students with the extra help that they need. Students visit the Learning Center during the school day to work in small groups or one on one sessions whichhelps develop their academic skills.
Special Day Classes (SDC)
Special Day Classes (SDC) are available for students with disabilities. Our SDC class is led by Mrs. Zolondek serving grades first, second and third. This year, we are excited to welcome Ms. Tibbetts who will be servicing our new fourth and fifth grade SDC class.