• McDill offers several opportunities for our students to get involved in extra-curricular activities. Below are the activities and clubs students can enjoy:

    • Student Council - Open to students in Grades 4-6.  Applications are taken each year in the fall by students wishing to take on a leadership role within the school.  Students are given an opportunity to present themselves to their class and to the advisors for election as members. Student Council members participate in service projects, run fundraisers and school store, attend a leadership conference every year, and serve in many other valuable ways throughout the school year.  Current Advisors:  Paula Worzella (pworzell@pointschools.net) and Mynah Vang (myvang@pointschools.net).

    • Book Club - Open to students in Grades 4-6. The book Club meets twice a month before school in the library.  Students read the selected book on their own and then come together to discuss. Watch for the monthly signup to come home via email.
      Current Adviser: Liz Peterson (epeterso@pointschools.net)

    • Battle of the Books - Open to students in Grades 4-6. The 4-5th grade students are given a list of 20 titles to read over the course of a few months.  The titles include picture books and chapter books. Students in 6th grade are given a list of 20 chapter books to read. Students compete in a trivia style event in teams of 2-4 players.  School level competition occurs in January and the winning teams compete at the state level in February. Students will receive information in library classes.
      Current Adviser: Liz Peterson (epeterso@pointschools.net)

    • Running Club - Open to students in Grades 4-6.  Club meets (weather permitting) in the Fall and Spring.  Students support each other as they stay active, running together in the surrounding areas close to McDill. Current Advisor: Susie Hinchcliffe

    • Chess Club - Open to students in 3rd - 6th Grade.  Club meets on Wednesday mornings from 7:50 -8:35 am.  This club is run by an amazing volunteer who works with each student to help them progress and have fun. Current Advisor:  Gary Chriske.

    • Safety Cadets - Open to students in Grades 5-6.  This important leadership role in school is available to students in good standing academically and behaviorally. Cadets help to ensure the safety of our students before and after school, inside and outside the building. Current Advisor: Stacy Korger & Cristy Lewallen

    • After-School Basketball & Volleyball - Open to students in Grades 5-6. Both seasons are approximately 6 weeks long, with volleyball starting in October and basketball starting in January. Permission forms are made available to all 5-6 students a few weeks before each season starts.