Homestead offers a variety of clubs and activities throughout the school year. Keep your eyes out for the more information in the school newsletter and flyers as clubs and activities kick off. 

Student Leadership Council  (SLC) 


What & Why: Provides students opportunities to realize their potential, gives them ownership of what we do at school and helps them to find their voice.


The collective goal is to complete at least one spirit activity and one community service project each month. In the last few years SLC has worked on some projects over the course of 2-3 months as needed. Student Leadership Council also holds fundraisers, with the proceeds going towards the purchase of materials for future service projects. 


POC: Mrs. Lenoir  





What & Why: This ensemble has a long-standing history of bringing joy, song and a whole lot of fun to our Homestead family and community. There are already several potential performances on the horizon. Stay tuned for more information about performances for the Chugiak/Eagle River Chamber of Commerce Winter Wonderland and Tree Lighting Ceremony, Homestead Choir Holiday Tour, an afternoon and evening Homestead Choir Winter Concert, North Area Festival, Music in Our Schools Month at the Simon 5th Avenue Mall and an afternoon and evening Homestead Choir Spring Concert.


We cannot wait to hear the Choir sharing in song once again! Please don't hesitate to reach out to Mrs. Johnston with any of your Choir questions or concerns. Thank you for your continued support and stay tuned for performance announcements!



POC: Mrs. Johnston



Battle of the Books             

Season Runs: September - January


What & Why: The Battle of the Books is a statewide program sponsored by the Alaska Association of School Librarians intended to broaden reading interests, increase reading comprehension, and promote academic excellence.


Each year a committee of teachers and librarians select book lists and write questions for all grade levels. Students read, discuss the books, and compete in teams to answer questions based on the books. Competitions are held at the local, state and district level usually in January, February and March.


3-4th grade coach and practice: Ms VanLandingham

Practices: During lunch


5-6th grade coach: Ms Gale,

Practices: Noon, M,W,F in the library


ASD Battle of the Books Tournament Monday, January 30. Location: TBD 

Junior native youth olympics (JYNO)

JNYO Club allows students to explore and practice events that are done at two local competitions. Participants demonstrate skills and abilities originally used to maintain fitness for traditional Alaska Native subsistence activities during the JNYO games, and students from all cultures are encouraged to participate and celebrate Alaska’s rich history and diversity.


Timeframe: January - February


POC: Coach Payne


Co-Ed Sports


Flag Football, Basketball, and Running Club just to name a few.



Volunteers are needed to make this club be successful. Please contact Coach Payne if you can help out.


POC: Coach Payne