Extra-Curricular Activities


The Kinderheim Student Council Organization (K-SCO) is the Grade School students' governing body, with its officers duly elected by the Grade School Student body every start of the school year. This organization will be under the advisement of the VP-Administration.


The K-SCO’s objective is to involve students in planning and participating in non-academic activities that will help inculcate leadership, cooperation and camaraderie among students in the different grade school levels.


  1. All students in Grade School are considered members of the Student Council Organization.
  2. All officers are duly elected by the grade school student body.


The Student Council Organization is composed of the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Sergeant at Arms and Club Representative. With approval of the School Administration, the officers:

  1. plan and set non-academic activities such as…

    Halloween Activity

    Christmas Program

    Year-Ender Activity

    Fund Raising Activities: Family Day Booth, Valentine’s Day Booth

    Outreach Program: White Gift Giving, etc.

  2. prepare and set-up stage decorations for planned activities
  3. prepare posters and announcements to promote school-approved activities
  4. plan and prepare parts of the programs such as entertainment numbers, refreshments, games, prizes, assigning emcees, etc.
  5. facilitate communication between students and the administration, faculty, fellow students and the rest of the Kinderheim community
  6. plan and execute fund-raising activities to support planned activities
  7. help implement school rules and regulations
  8. represent the student body as necessary

The K-SCO members:

  1. actively support and participate/involve themselves in student activities
  2. comply and cooperate with school policies, rules and regulations


General: All K-SCO officers must demonstrate:

  • good academic standing: no grade lower than 80 in any subject
  • no disciplinary record in the school year immediately preceding nominations
  • leadership qualities
  • good public relations

Other Qualifications of K-SCO officers

  1. President
    • must be in Grade 4, 5, or 6
    • must have been an active member of a club during his/her previous year in KINDERHEIM
  2. Vice-President
    • must be in Grade 4, 5 or 6
    • must have been an active member of a club in the previous school year
  3. Secretary, Sergeant At Arms and Club Representative
    • any Grade School student
1st week of JulyPromotion/information dissemination of the K-SCO
2nd week of JulyFiling of Certificate of Candidacy
3rd week of JulyCampaign period
4th week of JulyMeeting de Advance
1st week of Aug.K-SCO Elections
2nd week of Aug.Announcement of winner
Oath taking of elected officers
3rd week of Aug.First SCO Meeting
Regular MeetingEvery 2nd and 4th Monday of the Month


Kinderheim’s scouting movement is a voluntary, non-political educational movement for young people open to all distinction of origin, race or creed in accordance with the purpose, principles and methods conceived by the scouting founder, Lord Robert Smyth Baden Powell. Scouting is based on three broad principles which represent its fundamental laws and beliefs. These are: duty to God and country, duty to others, duty to self

PURPOSE: The purpose of scouting is to contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials as individuals, as responsible citizens, and as members of their local, national and international communities.

GOAL: Kinderheim’s scouting movement aims to:

  1. Train the KAB scouts, Boy scouts, STAR scouts and Junior girl scouts in their different skills in knot tying, first aid treatment, camping skills, whistle and hand signs, singing scouting songs
  2. Advance each scout into moving up to the next scouting rank


  • Kawan Leader (KAB scouts) & Troop Leader (Boy Scouts) – Aida A. Tamargo
  • Asst. Kawan Leader (KAB & Troop Leader (Boy scouts)
  • Troop Leader (Star and Junior Girl scouts)

MEMBERSHIP: Open to all grade school students:

  • KAB scouts – grades 1, 2, 3 boys
  • Boy scouts – grades 4, 5, 6 boys
  • Star scouts – grades 1, 2, 3 girls
  • Junior girl scouts – grades 4, 5, 6 girls

MEETING: Every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month (beginning July)

TIME: 4:15 – 4:45 pm


  • Color group meetings of KAB scouts with Boy scouts as Chief Usa
  • Patrol meeting of STAR and junior girl scouts
  • Uniforming, playing games, singing songs and cheers, role-playing
  • Practicing scout’s oath, slogans, laws
  • Overnight camping, participation in regional and national scouting events


Kinderheim’s Multi-Media Club (MMC) is an extra-curricular club comprised of grade school students enjoined in the following areas:

  • Art group – comprised of students who make drawings, paintings, and other art works for display or for any school activity
  • Literary group – comprised of students who write literary works and compositions for publication
  • News group – comprised of students who write brief descriptions of school events

OBJECTIVE: MMC aims to enhance the students’ talents and skills in the arts, literature, journalism, and computer work.

GOAL: MMC aims to produce a power point presentation project about Kinderheim and publish Kinderheim’s 4-page black and white newsletter (“The Heimers”) featuring the various works of the students.


This club will be under the advisement of the Directress and the VP for Academic Affairs.

MEMBERSHIP: Open to all grade school students who will choose their specific club area.

MEETING: Every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month (beginning July)

TIME: 4:15 – 4:45 pm


  • Power point presentation lay out;
  • Making art works or designs for given occasions;
  • Literary compositions; book reviews;
  • Reporting on school events with available pictures;
  • School journal computer lay-out and
  • publication of newsletter