Ongoing Activities

  • 4-H = Monday – Thursday 3:30 – 5:30pm, Wednesdays 1:30 – 5:30pm

    • The 4-H After School Program helps youth with homework with the help of SUU students, we do fun activities and meaningful lessons, and we provide a healthy snack. Once a month we have our Family Night Out, where all the youth in our after school programs in Cedar City come with their families and we provide a free dinner and a fun activity. The after school program at East Elementary is taking 4th and 5th graders. We have mentors that speak Spanish if the child is in the dual immersion program. Enrollment fee is $60/year, scholarship forms are available.
      To enroll the youth in the program, parents need to contact Sam Burgess: Samantha.Burgess@usu.edu
  • Afterschool All-Stars = Every day after school until 5:30
    • Our afterschool program is open to children in Kindergarten through 5th grade. Hours are from 3:30 to 5:30pm daily; except early out Wednesday 1:30 to 5:30pm. To view tuition costs, please visit our afterschool registration or payments page.
    • afterschoolallstar.com
    • James Jordan, Director: 435-592-5208
  • Wee Be Groovin’ = Mondays 3:30 – 4:30
    • Wee Be Groovin’ is a free basic dance class for boys and girls, 1st – 5th grade. The instructors are experienced and there are a couple of performances during the year. Kids can join at any time. Wee Be Groovin’ is sponsored by the SUU Community Engagement Center and will resume January 11, 2018. If you would like to join or have questions please call the center at 435-865-8335 or email them: weebegroovin@suu.edu. Transportation is not provided.
  • Choir
    • Every Thursday from 3:30-4:30. Any student in 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade is welcome to join.
  • Micbrobots
    • East Elementary’s Lego League Team is called the Microbots. We have ten 4th and 5th graders who are building robots, programming robots, learning about Hydrodynamics (the Lego League theme this year), and learning how to be an effective team.  The Hydrodynamic problem the team decided to focus on is Cedar Valley’s aquifer. The team has discovered Cedar Valley uses more water each year than the aquifer has, so the area needs to conserve water. The team is now looking at different ways to conserve water and is trying to find a solution to this problem. The team members have lots of good ideas.