In elementary art classes, students will explore many different aspects of visual art. Students will let their creativity flow by engaging in activities such as drawing and painting with various materials. They also learn art vocabulary, explore the work of many different artists and art movements, and learn to appreciate art as it enhances our world.
At Cooper, we strive to create a positive and engaging environment which encourages all students to achieve their personal best, to become responsible and productive citizens. We want every child that comes through our doors to have an opportunity to explore their own interests and/or learn something new. We offer a variety of clubs for our students.
Standing for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics, STEAM club combines these skills and future career paths into a fun, hands-on experience for students in grades 4-6.
Tulsa Changemakers is an opportunity for youth leaders who are passionate about identifying, researching, and addressing areas for positive change in our local communities. This is a semester-long commitment that ends with a presentation of Changemakers' research to community members!
Bike Club is an after school program that teaches elementary and middle school students bike skills and safety in a fun, supportive environment. Led by a faculty sponsor and assisted by adult volunteers, Bike Club meets once per week 10 times in the fall, focusing on building skills and confidence, and 10 times in the spring, focusing on adventure and endurance on longer, sometimes off-campus rides. Off-campus rides are done with safety as the top priority, with a 4:1 student to adult ratio as well as high-viz safety vests and helmets being worn at all times.
Bike Club is free to student participants. Interested students should apply to join Bike Club through the faculty sponsor and must agree to attendance and behavior guidelines in order to participate.
Bike Club: Building confident cyclists and great Tulsans through community engagement.
Do you love animals of all shapes and sizes? Do you love learning about animals? Then Critter Club is for you. We will meet every other week to interact with animals, visitors, and to learn about our furry friends and how to take care of them, whether wild or domestic! Club activities may include special guests and events such as meeting to walk our dog companions on the weekends.
My name is Harmony Hill. I teach 1st grade and sponsor the Critter Club. I have many fur babies at home: four cats, a German Shepherd, and three guinea pigs. My guinea pigs also occasionally act as class pets.
For more information, give us a call at 918-746-9480.
*All clubs are subject to change
In elementary music classes, students will learn and practice the basic fundamental elements of music such as sound, melody, harmony, rhythm, and expression (dynamics, tempo, articulation). Students will engage in singing, playing instruments, responding to music with movement, and connecting with various cultures through music. These classes will help students develop creativity, self-expression, and problem-solving while creating music together as a team. These classes will also provide students with performance opportunities, which will help them develop a sense of ensemble, tolerance, perseverance, and rigor—enabling them to be well-rounded citizens of our global society.