Tech-KNOW-logy Club

Sponsor: Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Germadnik, Mr. Melendez


Tech-KNOW-logy CLUB will be available to 4th & 5th graders who are intersted in using technology to create, maintain and explore different types of media. Students will use photography, video making, and web 2.0 in this club. This club meets Friday mornings at 7:00. Applications will be accepted Fall 2014.



Service on Campus/Student Council (SOC)

Sponsor: Ms. Vorhes, Ms. Stanush


Service On Campus (S.O.C.) gives 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade student council members a chance to help around school and in the community.  Students learn self-discipline, responsiblity, commitment, leadership, and the importance of volunteering.  At S.O.C. students assist with some of the work adults usually do at school.  It's a great combination of service work and fun, while serving your school in an important position.
In addition to helping out around school, Bulverde Creek student council members will continue to support PTA with sister school activities, run the school store, and participate in volunteer activities that support our community.

service on campus



All Stars and Orff Club

Sponsor: Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Short


The All-Stars are a non-auditioned group.  Any 4th or 5th grade student at Bulverde Creek is welcome to join! All-Stars meets every Monday and Wednesday morning from 7:10 - 7:40 AM on the stage. We perform a wide range of music including choral masterpieces, pop tunes,  Orff arrangements, folk music, movement pieces, and multicultural music. In addition to our 2-5 campus concerts each year, we also perform in the San Antonio community at various venues including craft fairs and even at the airport.


Orff Club is an auditioned performing group that focuses on the Orff-Schulwerk philosophy of music education. Auditions are held in May for incoming 4th & 5th graders at Bulverde Creek for the following fall.  There are a limited number of spots for this group as we are equipped with a limited number of instruments. Orff Club meets every Tuesday and Thursday morning from 7:10 - 7:40 AM in the music room. Music studied will follow the Orff-Schulwerk philosophy &  includes select pieces by Orff & Keetman, student compositions, and various Orff arrangements.  Instruments used include xylophones, metallophones, glockenspiels, various non-pitched percussion, voice, and creative movement. 



Cooking Club

Sponsor: Mrs. Montemayor, Mrs. Coley, Mrs. Carrol, Mrs. Corona, Mrs. Martinez, Ms. Costilla


Do you love cooking? Would you like to learn how to cook? Well if you said yes then we have a club for you! This year we will continue the Bulverde Creek Cooking Club for students in kindergarten, first and second grade. The students will participate in fun, cooperative activities that are literature based and are related to the seasons. These real world experiences will allow them to use skills such as: sequencing, measuring, turn-taking, and nutritional awareness.





Club members will have a fantastic opportunity to work with the Lego Mindstorms NXT robotic kit.  They will plan, design, and build their own robots to perform different tasks.  They will be taught how to use the computer to design and write their own programs to fulfill different challenges. Membership in the program is extremely limited, due to the highly technical nature of the instruction and limited materials.  20 students (4th and 5th grade only) can apply.  Students must have an aptitude for science and mathematics, maintain excellent grades and behavior, commit to club meeting attendance with limited absences, and be excellent cooperative learners.





How To Become a Patrol

  • Get permission slip from patrol sponsor
  • Discuss responsibilities of being a patrol with parent(s) and obtain signature.
  • Get homeroom teacher’s signature.
  • Answer,  “Why do I want to be a Bulverde Creek Safety Patrol?” Put answer on back of permission slip.
  • Return completed permission slip to sponsor


  • Patrols must demonstrate safety and responsibility while at school, and traveling to and from school.
  • Every 9 weeks the patrol’s academic status and conduct will be checked.
    • Academic- Patrols must maintain a 75 or higher in each class.
    • Conduct- Patrols must have an E or S in conduct.
    • A yearly average will be used for trainee’s eligibility.
    • If a patrol falls below either the academic or conduct standard they will be placed on probation.  The probation will end when the patrol attains or surpasses the standard.  The patrol sponsor and the teacher will work with each probation case on an individual basis.  A patrol that receives a second probation during the school year will be removed for the remainder of the school year.  Patrols will receive written notification of probation, which must be signed by the patrol and the parent.  The notice needs to be returned the following school day. If a patrol is sent to the office for behavior choices made by the student, the safety committee will decide probation length or release of patrol duties.
    • Patrols must report ON TIME for all shifts:
      AM - 7:10        PM - 2:35


A patrol serving at the end of the year will receive:

  • Certificate
  • Patrol Party
  • Opportunity to attend patrol rally
  • There also may be periodic rewards throughout the year for patrols currently serving.