• Student Activities

    Battle of the Books 

    Each school year, third, fourth, and fifth grade students who read the current Sunshine State Young Reader Award winning books can choose to compete in a school-based team competition to answer questions about these books.

    Book Clubs 
    Each month, participating classes have the opportunity to order books through the Scholastic Book Club. Ask your child's teacher for more information.

    Book Fair
    The Media Center hosts Book Fairs through Scholastic where students can purchase books and small gifts.

    Fourth and Fifth grade students may elect to participate and perform in our Chorus.  
    Choral Programs
    Students from different grade levels, along with the fourth and fifth grade chorus students, perform at concerts under the direction of our Music teacher, Mrs. Marudas.

    Computer Labs
    Students visit computer labs with their classes to practice Reading skills using I Station and practice Math skills using ST Math.

    Enterprise Village
    Economics unit and field trip for 5th grade students to learn about businesses.

    Fifth Grade Awards Ceremony
    At the end of the school year, there is an awards ceremony to honor fifth grade students as they move on to middle school.

    Great American Teach-In
    An opportunity for all students to learn about the careers and hobbies of community members during American Education Week in November.

    Morning Announcements
    Selected fifth grade students have the opportunity to produce and anchor the morning news show.
    Reading Celebrations
    The students in kindergarten and first grade who turn in the most blue library reading logs, and the students in second through fifth grades who earn the most Reading Counts points, will be invited to a special party in the Media Center at the end of the school year. 

    Safety Patrol
    Students in fifth grade have the opportunity assist with safety within the school during arrival and dismissal.
    Selected students have the opportunity to participate in after school clubs studying advanced topics in science, technology, engineering and math topics.

    Student Council
    Third, fourth, and fifth grade students have the opportunity to run for student goverment. If elected, they will serve as representatives of their grade level on the Student Council.