Student Organizations and Activities
STUDENT COUNCIL – Two students are elected from Level 2 and, 3 and four students from Level 4 to serve as representatives to the student council. The entire student council votes for the president of the student council from among the 8th grade representatives. The student council meets at least once a month with the teacher-advisor to discuss service projects and ways to improve the school.
SAFETY PATROL – Students in Level 4 may volunteer to serve as members of the Safety Patrol. These students help to walk preschoolers into Jackson Hall between 8:00AM and 8:10AM and at dismissal. They also put the cones away. The Level 4 teacher is the sponsor of the Safety Patrol.
EAGLE CHORUS – Students from Level 2 and up may participate in this performing chorus. Chorus practice is usually during the school day.
BAND: Available afterschool to students of grades 3-8
ART – Art is a regular part of the curriculum. Outstanding art work is collected and presented in exhibits.
PROGRAMMING CLUB: COMING SOON
VOLLEYBALL: Girls Volleyball offered to grades 6-8
ANNUAL CLASS TRIPS – Field trips that reinforce the curriculum are encouraged. Level 3(5th) takes a three day camping trip to Elliot Key under the supervision of the National Parks and Recreation Service. This trip is in conjunction with their environmental studies and Florida studies. The Level 4 takes an alternating schedule of trips of Sea Camp and Space Camp to enrich their course work and to Washington D.C. as part of their American History studies. Other trips for students of various levels include visits to Actor’s Playhouse, Broward Civic Center, the Historical Museum, Planetarium, and the Science Museum at Viscaya in Miami.
ALCOLYTE & READER – These students will help in the services with Father George during the school year. They will also take turns reading the word.
Students from St. John’s Episcopal School visit and present programs at Palace Gardens Nursing Home and Homestead Manor.
Student Council 2016-2017
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