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Clubs & Activities

ESBN - The El Mirage Student Broadcasting Network

ESBN club members meet before school with their collaborative team members  to record and edit school news including current events, staff and community information and other news.    The ESBN program prepares students to use industry-standard principles, tools, and techniques to collect, write, edit, and present news daily to staff and students.

Please contact Anahi Miranda for more information at: 

21st Century Tiger University

Tiger University is open to our kindergarten through fourth grade students for both academics and enrichment. Some of these classes include intervention in reading and math, technology, before and after school sports clubs, art enrichment, and choir. 

Please contact Mayra Nevarez for more information at:

Tiger Ambassadors

This is a student leadership club for 3rd and 4th graders who work to promote school culture,spirit and provide a student voice in decision making. They will meet before, after and sometimes during school time as they work on various school wide projects. 

Please contact Kaitlyn Wagner for more information at:

Student Council

Our student council is open to third and fourth grade leaders who want to make a difference in our school. They help to plan school wide events and plan fundraisers.  

Please contact Melissa Gipson for more information at:

Math Challenge Team

Our third and fourth grade students who love math are encouraged to join the math challenge team. The students are coached through difficult math problems and strategies. The team competes in a districtwide challenge each year in the spring. 

Please contact Julie Selby for more information at:

Stem and Robotics Team

El Mirage STEM Club meets after school throughout the year to work on STEM activities (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and compete in the Annual Dysart STEM competition district wide towards the end of the school year. Students work in a collaborative team to solve the STEM challenges utilizing the engineering and design process and supplies provided for each challenge.  The STEM challenges solve a real life and relevant problem that team members have to create an original solution for.

Please contact Anahi Miranda for more information at: