At Livingston Elementary, we believe that participation in extracurricular activities promotes a sense of school pride and camaraderie. We encourage all students to find their niche in one or more of our programs. We have something for everyone!
The Ambassador program provides new Livingston students the assistance they may need to make a healthy adjustment to their new school. The ambassadors work directly with new students to assist them in ways that will make the adjustment process as smooth as possible. The duties of the ambassador include: introducing new students to school personnel and class members, being a special friend until the new student has time to make friends on his/her own, acquainting the new student with school procedures, and acting as a role model in our school. Ambassadors also play an important role at our Veterans Day program and at our teacher appreciation celebration. Along with these duties, ambassadors help to ensure that students who sit on the friendship bench at recess are invited to play. If you have questions about this program, please feel free to reach out to our school counselor and ambassador advisor, Lucas Grant.
Student council is under the direction of Mrs. Emmie Schramm, PE Teacher. Our student council provides our students with an avenue to influence their educational experience. The student council’s goals are designed to bring students together to make school a positive place to be and to unite the school as a family. Students also learn about the democratic method of voting through the balloting process. They experience voter registration, campaigning, and voting for their representatives and officers using ballots.
Honor Choir is under the direction of music teacher, Mrs. Gerry Scott. The choir is comprised of fourth and fifth graders who are eligible through auditions in the fall and after Christmas. We sing a wide variety of music, standard choral music to popular arrangements. We meet once a week after school on Thursdays throughout the year for 60 minutes of rehearsing. We perform throughout the community for all different occasions.
Calling all detectives! Mr. Gerber hosts this fun after school science experience for 4th and 5th graders every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m. for 8 weeks in the fall and then again in the spring. Class size is limited to 20 students each season. Students will learn how to diagram a crime scene, do chromatography, fiber analysis, hair analysis, finger printing, analyze blood patterns, and identify mystery powders. Finale will take students to a crime scene to compete with other CSI groups to see who can solve the crime! Please email Mr. Gerber with questions.