Math Olympiad for Elementary Schools (MOES) is a non-profit, tax-exempt public foundation which provides opportunities for teachers and students to engage in creative problem solving activities throughout the school year. The Olympiad contests focus on important mathematical concepts, strategies for problem solving, creativity, resourcefulness, and ingenuity. Concord team scores are compared with teams nationally. Students are selected for participation in the fall.
Fourth and fifth graders may elect to participate in the Concord Cares Club. This group of students, supervised by staff members, meets monthly before school to plan ways to promote the ICCCAR ethical values (Integrity, Courage, Compassion, Commitment, Appreciation of Diversity, and Responsibility) among all students and staff. They develop school wide assemblies, public address announcements, community service projects, fund raising, and other activities.
A school news show that airs in classrooms several times each year. Run by staff and students in grades 4 and 5.
A reading enrichment program. Volunteers meet with students for 30 minutes each week during January, February and March. Open to all students grades 1–5.