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Elementary, middle, and high school students working at their group levels in a club
  • Clubs and organizations are a great way to help develop character and the skills that will benefit you in school, your career, and in life. Skills like commitment, leadership, effective communication, and being able to work successfully in a group all come from participating in a club or organization. Joining a club is a great way to make friends, develop leadership skills, and boost your college resumé.

  • Art Club

    Many students enjoy drawing and expressing themselves through the arts. Art Club is the perfect outlet for these students. Sponsored by our Art teacher, students meet after school to explore their creative side!

    Art Club Group Photo

    Sponsor: Carina Rodgers 


    Schedule: First Tuesday of every month from 2:00-3:15

  • Book Club

    Book Club is for those students that love to read! Throughout the school year, students will receive ten books they will read, discuss and critique. At the end of the year, the goal is for students to have the knowledge needed to participate in Battle of the Books. 

    Book Club Group Photo

    Sponsors: Kristina Rizzo and Cemon Daniel

    Contact: and

    Schedule: Every other Tuesday from 2:00-3:00

  • Chess

    Our Chess Team is sponsored by the City of Sunrise. It is open to all students in second through fifth grade that are interested in learning the art of chess. The Chess Club is sponsored by school staff but is taught by a master chess player. Students have the opportunity to compete in district chess tournaments.

    Picture of Chess Club

    Sponsors: David Rowe and Eduard Ciobotaru

    Contact: and

    Schedule: Every Friday from 2:00-3:30

  • Debate

    Debate is a club that students can enjoy from elementary through high school. Our Debate Sponsor works with fourth and fifth grade students to teach effective communication and debate skills. Students compete against students from other schools throughout the year working to hone their skills.

    Debate Group Photo

    Sponsor: David Rowe


    Schedule: Select Mondays from 2:00-3:30

  • Peer Mentors

    Peer Mentors help to create an inclusive environment by pairing students in our general education classes with students in our special programs. Students build relationships and with one another and learn from one another leading to a culture of acceptance and understanding. 

    Peer Mentors Group Photo

    Sponsor: Susana Cruz


    Schedule: Every other Tuesday from 8:00-8:30

  • Safety Patrols

    Safety patrols assist with maintaining a safe school environment. They patrol the hallways in the morning and afternoon, and keep an eye on the students to make sure that school rules are followed. Safety patrols demonstrate qualities of leadership and good citizenship. These students are school role models.

    Safety Patrol Group Photo

    Sponsor: Saleem Akhtar


    Schedule: Every morning from 7:30-8:00 and every afternoon from 2:00-2:15

  • SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) Promise Club

    SAVE Promise Club is a youth-led organization that encourages young people to take charge of keeping their friends, schools, and communities safe. Our students engage in kindness parades, identify and promote trusted adults within the school, and participate in the Sandy Hook Just Say Hello initiative.

    Save Promise Group Photo

    Sponsors: Maleica Tardieu and Penelope Reinman

    Contacts: and

    Schedule: Every other Tuesday from 7:30-8:00

  • Violin

    Violin Club exposes students to the art of playing the violin and musical concepts they can take with them into middle and high school. The violin sponsor teaches students an appreciation for music. Students have the change to perform at school and City of Sunrise events throughout the year. This club offers another opportunity for students to tap into their artistic side!

    Violin Group Photo

    Sponsor: Eduard Ciobotaru


    Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday from 2:00-3:00

  • WHNL

    The WHNL crew writes, produces, and airs a morning newscast to help keep the students of Nob Hill Elementary up to date on the latest information they need to know.  Students on the WHNL crew take turns running the cameras, preparing on-screen graphics, writing material, and delivering the news in front of the camera.

    WNHL Group Photo

    Sponsor: David Rowe


    Schedule: Every morning from 7:30-8:10