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All Pro Dads

  • A one-hour monthly breakfast usually held before school where fathers and their children meet with other dads and kids in the school cafeteria or a local restaurant.  At this gathering, they discuss a wide range of family topics, spend time together, have fun and are equipped with resources to strengthen their relationship.  

     

Club Encore

  • An after school opportunity for eligible students to improve reading and/or math.  Learn more.

Orchestra

  • Open to all fifth-graders wishing to study the violin, viola, cello or bass. Classes meet every Monday and Thursday from 8:15 - 8:45 a.m. in the Library. This class is a prerequisite for middle school orchestra. Students perform with other students from all 35 Springfield elementary schools at the All City Orchestra Concert in May.

Weller Cub Scouts

  • Cub Scout Pack 194 meets most Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. at Weller Elementary School.  Attendees learn valuable life skills and have fun doing so!  Past acitivities include bulding and racing pinewood derby cars, learning about Native American folklore and making vests, and participating in Scouting for Food.  

Chess Club

  • Meet's every Monday, after school until 5 p.m.,  when school is in session.  Mr. Cameron and Mr. McVicker are the coaches. All students are welcome to join us.  

I Moms

  • A one hour monthly breakfast usually held before school where mothers and their children meet with other moms and kids in the school cafeteria or a local restaurant.  At this gathering, they discuss a wide range of family topics, spend time together, have fun and are equipped with resources to strengthen their relationship.  

P.R.I.D.E. Choir

  • Available to third through fifth grade students before school.

Weller P.R.I.D.E. Celebration

  • Once each week the entire school community participates in the Weller Pride Celebration.  Here, classes are recognized for their stellar attendance over the last month, students are honored for their outstanding P.R.I.D.E. behavior, and someone from the local area comes in to speak to students about the importance of learning and hard work.  All of this makes for a celebration that serves to excite students over their past success as well as motivate them to achieve in the future.