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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 Studio

    Sponsor:  Mrs. Oliver-Lobo

    Art Studio is for fourth and fifth grade students.  This club engages in activities like painting, collaging, and mixed media.  It's a space where young artists can unlock their artistic potential while making like-minded friends. 

    Select Wednesdays at 2 P.M.

  • Chorus

    Sponsor:  Ms. Smith

    Dolphin Bay Chorus consists of fourth and fifth grade students.  They perform in shows during the school year. Students learn about proper singing technique and sing songs from diverse cultures and countries.

    Select Wednesdays at 2 P.M.

  • DBTV Morning Show Crew

    Sponsor: Mrs. Sanchez

    Dolphin Bay Elementary fifth graders have a chance to join the DBTV News Team!

    DBTV provides students with opportunities to develop communication skills and help build their confidence in social settings.  Students also work on leadership, collaboration, and time management in an interesting and meaningful environment. 

    Students learn basic video production skills with our state-of-the-art studio equipment.  They produce and deliver the Morning Announcements daily starting at 7:30 A.M.

  • Debate

    Sponsor:  Ms. Lizano

    Debate gives students a fun way of developing their oral skills and helps them become more informed about the world around them.  A range of activities, including competition, help students with critical thinking and confident communication, while also helping them add passion and expression to presentations.

    Members will receive guidance and support in Original Oratory, Interpretation, Congressional Debate, Public Forum Debate, and Impromptu Speaking.

    Members will be responsible for conducting their research on assigned topics, writing, editing, revising a speech, and memorizing pieces on their own time.

    Benefits of Speech and Debate include increased self-esteem, improved public speaking/communication skills, and future leadership opportunities.

  • Dolphin Friends

    Sponsor:  Ms. Jeanty

    Dolphin Friends is a program that encourages awareness and acceptance of people who are “differently-abled”.  Helping peers promotes self-esteem and sensitivity towards others.  One common characteristic of autism is the inability to develop appropriate social and play skills.  This is the primary emphasis of our program.  A Dolphin Friend is paired up with a student/s in the school and taught how to play with and socialize with them.  The Friends are trained in listening skills, responding, problem-solving techniques, characteristics of autism, and how to interact and “teach” play skills to their peers with autism.

    Select Fridays, twice per month

  • Math Club

    Sponsor:  Ms. Montpellier

    Math club is a fun competitive activity in which students are invited to participate and learn new types of Math.  Students will learn new materials and apply their prior knowledge from school to fun and challenging problems.  As well as the academic benefits, Math club is also a great way to meet new people and develop teamwork skills.  Math is a subject full of creativity and opportunities that many students enjoy.

    Monday/Thursday at 7:30 A.M.

  • National Elementary Honor Society (N.E.H.S.)

    Sponsor:  Mrs. Alvarez

    The National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS) was established to recognize elementary students for their outstanding academic achievement and demonstrated personal responsibility, to provide meaningful service to the school and community, and to develop essential leadership skills in the students of elementary schools.

    The NEHS program empowers and equips students with the knowledge and skills to be leaders in our school, community, and beyond.  In addition, it provides a bridge between students and school leaders, helping to engage and hear what students think, feel, and need. 

    Students in fourth and fifth grades who meet the academic and test score requirements are eligible to be candidates for membership.  Also considered are the positive qualities of responsibility, which include high standards of honesty and reliability, demonstrating courtesy, concern, and respect for others, as well as good citizenship.

  • S.E.C.M.E.

    Science, Engineering, Communications, and Mathematics Enrichment (SECME)

    Sponsor:  Ms. McNish-Walker

    The SECME program is for fourth and fifth grade students.  SECME is a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) enrichment program.  It strives to motivate and mentor students to learn and achieve at higher levels, preparing them for college and careers in STEM fields. 

    Broward County elementary school students compete in mousetrap car, water bottle rocket, and digital banner design competitions.

    Select Wednesdays at 2 P.M.

  • Safety Patrol

    Sponsor:  Ms. Fanus

    Dolphin Bay Elementary works hard to ensure the safety of all of our students and staff. 

    To help with this, some of our responsible fourth and fifth grade students are chosen to serve as Safety Patrols. They are assigned to a post, an area within the school, where they monitor the students to help maintain an orderly and safe environment. They attend to their posts before the morning bell rings and after school.

    To be chosen for this position, the students write an essay explaining why they should be chosen, and their reason for wanting to participate in this program. Once the essays are submitted, teachers and administration score them to ensure that the most promising candidates are chosen.

    These students work hard to make certain that our younger students are safe at all times.

    It is an honor to be able to serve as a Safety Patrol, and our students do a fabulous job!

    Daily at 7:30 A.M.

  • Sports Club

    Sponsors:  Ms. Schiff and Coach Tonietti

    Sports Club is for second through fifth grade students.  Sports Club utilizes various sports and training techniques to develop necessary motor skills.  Activities include running, jumping, throwing, kicking, catching, hand-eye coordination, and more.

    Through participation in sports, especially team sports, individuals learn to collaborate, communicate effectively, and build relationships based on trust and mutual support. These skills are essential in leadership roles where teamwork and cooperation are crucial. 

    Select Wednesdays at 2 P.M.

  • Student Government Association (S.G.A.)

    Sponsor:  Ms. Lizano

    The purpose of Student Council is to develop and promote leadership skills, build awareness and respect for all people, and build a partnership between the school and the community through service. 

    Dolphin Bay Elementary Student Council is composed of one representative from each third through fifth grade class.  All members are elected by their peers at the beginning of the school year.  Student Council representatives and officers lead and organize school-wide fundraisers as well as other philanthropic endeavors.  Meetings are once a month before school to determine our fundraising efforts, create posters to advertise our events, and discuss how we can best help our school and community, both local and international.