Homework club is an opportunity for students to finish/catch up on homework. It is not tutoring but a quiet space for students to get their work done. Students must come with homework to do.
Kindness and Compassion Club
For grades 1-2, 3-4, and 5-6
The mission is to allow students to become positive leaders by looking for opportunities to help reach our PBIS goals. Students will be
encouraged to organize and promote intentional acts of kindness throughout the
school and community. The club will encourage the values of kindness,
tolerance, and compassion for others.
For grades 4-6
STEM stands for science, technology, engineering,
and math. The club aims to provide students with opportunities for hands-on
experiences and experimentation while fostering curiosity and passion for the four
disciplines beyond the classroom curriculum. Students use problem-solving
skills in inquiry-based activities, fostering a love of learning and
potentially sparking a lifelong interest in these fields.
For grades 4-6
Nautilus Student Council provides a platform for student leadership and representation. Student Council make a difference at Nautilus by organizing activities and events promoting
community and school spirit. Student Council members serve as role models for
their peers by demonstrating responsible behavior, ethical conduct, and active
engagement in school activities.
The Nautilus Garden/Habitat Club is to provide the students with
hands-on learning experience related to gardening and horticulture. The club
serves as an outdoor classroom where students learn about plants, their life
cycles, and the importance of gardening for the environment. The club often
involves the local community, inviting experts in gardening to share their
knowledge and support of the club’s interests. Students learn about combined
sciences, teamwork, and environmental awareness while promoting physical
activity and healthy eating habits.
Nautilus students work collaboratively throughout the year to
create and publish a yearbook that captures and preserves the memories and experiences
of the students throughout the academic school year. Being part of the Yearbook
Club allows our students to develop various skills, including graphic design,
photography, layout, and composition. The club allows students a creative
outlet to showcase their talents while preserving memories for years to come.
Academic Intervention Club
Title One tutoring provides students additional support in reading and math to bridge gaps in their learning progression. The goal is to improve
students’ academic performance by offering additional instructional time and
resources. Students strengthen their foundational knowledge, develop essential
skills, and enhance their understanding of key concepts. This can lead to
improved academic outcomes and increased confidence in the classroom. Students
are accepted based on teacher recommendations.
P.A.C.E. (Patriotic Americans for Constitutional Education) Club
meets to learn more about how our Founding Fathers created the Constitution and
our Government system and about Citizenship. There will be notable guest
speakers on various topics relative to Patriotism. Students will be part of an
end-of-the-year community performance.
Parks and Rec
(After School Program)
The Lake Havasu City Department of Parks and Recreation offers an After School Program at our school as well as many other events and activities for children and families offered year-round.