LADE Clubs: Growing Together One Club at a Time!
We offer a variety of opportunities for students to participate in extracurricular clubs throughout the year. Check out some of our current offerings below!
Libro Love: Student Multi-Cultural Book Review Committee: Our mission is to bring students and teachers together to read and review contemporary books that represent a variety of cultures with a focus on Latinx authors. We seek to grow our love of libros while learning together through conversation and collaborative review writing. Each review includes an overview and a short teaching recommendation complete with themes, guiding questions, and suggested assignments! Click Here to visit our Libro Love website!
Spectrum: LADE's LGBTQ Club: This club is for LGBTQ students and their allies to meet and discuss issues related to the LGBTQ community. Students who join will participate in scheduled meetings and activities, and if they complete the full curriculum for the club they will graduate with a cord! See or contact Ms. Kim for more information!
LADE Book Club: The LADE Book Club selects from both contemporary and classic titles and aims to have meaningful, loud, and raucous conversations around the books we read together. Our meetings include food, tea, decaf coffee, and plenty of tangents! See or contact Mrs. Kate for more information! Murals: We have two of the finest artists in the city leading both our art department and the murals club! The murals are created through a collaborative process and students learn a variety of skills as they take projects from conception to completion. Many of our murals are handmade tile mosaic murals, and some are both mosaic and paint. See or contact Mrs. Paz-Pedro or Mrs. Vanessa for more information! Coming Soon: Click on the link below to see a gallery of past and current projects!
Robotics: LADE partners with Zia Robotics every year to enter a regional robotics competition! For the last two years, students from LADE have worked in partnership with other youth in the city to build a robot and attend the competition. See or contact Mr. Loyd for more information!