Carl B. Munck Elementary is a diverse learning community located in the Oakland Hills. Currently an Arts Anchor School, we have a grant to support our students' natural creative talents, which has recently led to the creation of three school-wide murals, and provides various performing arts opportunities throughout the year. We offer on-site library services, a technology media center, a dedicated math technology lab, physical education, art instruction, instrumental music in the fourth and fifth grades, with song flutes for third graders, and a wealth of other cultural activities. An active Parent Teachers Association (PTA) and Dad's Club aligns itself with the school's vision to provide fundraisers, programs and activities such as the Annual Walk-a-thon, Fall Harvest Dance, Valentine's Dinner Dance, Silent Auction, School Production, Multi-cultural Night, and Family Fun Day. AspiraNet STRIDE, an afterschool program closely aligned to the school day program, is partially funded by 21st Century and OFCY grant funds, and provides homework/tutoring assistance, computers, arts and crafts, choral music, gardening, leadership, respect and responsibility, sports, physical education, and other enrichment opportunities.