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After School Activities

Jr. Hope Squad

Our students in Jr Hope Squad learn about the three essential elements at elementary schools: Phases, Supplementary Literature, and Advisors. Jr Hope Squads emphasize the values of kindness, friendship, inclusion, and recognizing warning signs. The potential impact of Jr. Hope Squads is raising awareness, learning warning signs, reducing bullying, guiding peers to help, and bringing positivity and hope to their environments.
Any student can contribute to creating a positive environment by demonstrating empathy, reaching out to others, and seeking help from trusted adults at Sego Lily Elementary. When we all act as Jr Hope Squad members, we make every day a great day to be a Roadrunner and make our school a wonderful place! 
The Hope Squad meets every Monday at 2:15 PM for 4 weeks in the fall and 4 weeks in the spring.
  • 2024-2025 Curriculum (Year 2) 
    • Overview of  Jr. Hope Squad
    • 10/7    Resilience
    • 10/14  Helping a Friend
    • 10/28  Hope
    • 4/15    Inclusivity
    • 4/21    Mindfulness
    • 4/28    Self-Care
    • 5/5      Culminating Activity 
  • 2025-2026 Kindness Ambassadors

Sego Lily Singers

Join the Sego Lily Singers Choir every Wednesday at 2:20 PM from September 13th to December 13th. The choir will hold weekly practices during this period. A participation donation is requested to cover the cost of your child’s choir shirt, props, treats, and legal copies of music. For any specific inquiries, please get in touch with Janelle Gerber via phone or email.

CLICK HERE to complete the participation form for 3rd, 4th, & 6th grade singers.

Roadrunner Gardeners

Sego Lily Elementary School offers the Garden Club to students in grades 3 to 6, with meetings taking place on Tuesdays from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. The club runs from the second week of August to October, until the weather becomes too cold. In the spring, after Spring Break, gardeners return to plan and plant.

The club meets in the library initially, then moves outside to complete assigned tasks. Students will have the chance to manage the school’s garden, which involves planning, weeding, planting, harvesting, and cleaning up. Some crops will be planted during the fall and colder months, so students should be prepared to get their hands dirty.

CLICK HERE to complete the form for Roadrunner Gardners.