CIE Safety Patrol Information
Sponsor: Ms. Brenda
To provide leadership and community service opportunities to our students, while ensuring the safety of all at Country Isles Elementary.
As student leaders, Safety Patrol members have the responsibility to show positive leadership and act as role models for the student body in all capacities. They will be working with students to ensure safety around the school grounds.
Fifth-grade students are eligible to apply to become safety patrols.
The Safety Patrol team are a select group of Fourth and Fifth Graders that are committed to providing a safe school environment for all students at Country Isles Elementary. Here at Country Isles, safety is our primary concern for all students, thus it is important and expected that Patrols take their job very seriously as the position comes with great responsibility. Being selected to serve as a Patrol is a great honor and privilege. A Safety Patrol member should be responsible, respectful, cooperative, and helpful.
· Hallway monitoring.
· Helping students get to class or designated areas without running.
· Assisting students/staff that need help carrying items into the building.
· Working cooperatively with adults in assigned areas.
CIE NewsCountry Isles News and Morning Show
Sponsor: Mrs. BiancoThe Country Isles Media Crew is run by our wonderful fifth graders who produce a daily morning show. The show shares mindful activities, important events, and announcements. The students access, analyze, plan, create, edit, and collaborate together under the supervision of the Media Specialist, Mrs. Bianco.
Student Government Association (S.G.A.)
Sponsor: Ms. Heckler
Country Isles Student Council is composed of aspiring leaders in fourth and fifth grade. Participating members learn about the democratic process by engaging in elections, representing their student body at council meetings, serving the community, and being present at school-wide events. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 am. Applications are accepted once a year. For questions, please email the student council advisor Ms. Heckler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsors: Mrs. Perez and Ms. LaurelThe debate team competes with other Broward County elementary students several times throughout the year. In Elementary Debate, there are four different events: impromptu, originally oratory, interpretation, and congressional debate. Each event has certain guidelines that the students must follow.Debate affords students the opportunity to develop their writing and public speaking skills. They are learning how to research, write an opinion piece, as well as crucial public speaking skills. It also helps students to be more confident and outgoing in a public setting.