Jerabek Elementary School has a wide variety of school enrichment programs. Find out how your child can broaden their world through these excellent activities.
Other programs are operated under the jurisdiction of the Jerabek FFO (Family Faculty Organizaton). These programs may be fee-based; they are not required for studens nor operated by Jerabek Elementary School. Under California State Law, all educational programs offered by public school districts are free.
Art Corps is a comprehensive, developmental curriculum that teaches art fundamentals by bringing process-oriented, hands-on art experience to the classroom. The program's success depends upon volunteers who are trained in workshops to teach art in the classroom. The program provides students with a cumulative set of skills and experiences. Read more»
Choir, Band and Strings
The music program gets students started on a lifetime of musical appreciation.
Family Math Nights
Each month, Jerabek hosts a Family Math night for a different grade. Come to school and find out if your math skills are as great as your child's! Check the Jerabek calendar for upcoming Family Math Nights.
Family Science Nights
One of the ways for families to become familiar with science is through Family Science Nights. These fun-filled evenings provide an environment and structure where families can comfortably explore, experiment and talk about science. Families that participate in these evenings have a greater understanding of the importance of science in their child’s life.
Parents and teachers can then work together to improve attitudes towards science and encourage students to build a strong scientific foundation that will serve them well in upper grades and college. Each grade level will have a science night during the school year.
- Kindergartners will help Captain Peabody become more environmentally friendly so he can become a member of his ship’s “Green Team”
- 1st Graders will be assisting Dr. McCoy while he gives the Starship Crew a health check-up before they leave on their five-year space mission
- 2nd Graders will be helping the CIA find a notorious spy by the name of Boris Stroganoff, and determine how he broke into a top-secret safe.
- 3rd graders have been asked to help NASA welcome Alien visitors and teach them about planet Earth.
- 4th graders will be helping the San Diego Police Department with a crime scene investigation that involves a rare gold coin collection
- 5th graders have been invited to Dr. Frankenstein’s laboratory for a “Spooktacular” night of science fun
Family Science Nights are funded by FFA Super Pledge donations.