Get Involved

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.

  • Environmental Club

    Pasadena Lakes' Environmental Club is a club that promotes recycling and environmental awareness. This program meets after school on Thursdays!

    Hands holding Globe, Environmental  Recycle, Reduce, Reuse Clipart

  • National Elementary Honor Society

    NEHS

    As the nation’s newest student recognition program, National Elementary Honor Society joins the National Junior Honor Society and National Honor Society, the nation’s two oldest and largest student recognition programs, in creating a continuum of excellence being established throughout the Elementary, Middle, and high school education community. Pasadena Lakes Elementary School is one of the few elementary schools in Broward County that is a member of the prestigious National Elementary Honor Society.

    Student criteria:

    1. Scholarship: A NEHS member must make an A or A/B honor roll for three consecutive quarters in order to continue his/her membership.  

    2. Leadership: A NEHS member must show initiative and be willing to take on additional responsibilities in the classroom, school, as well as in the community.  

    3. Service: A NEHS member must have a heart for helping others and be willing to participate in community outreach projects.  

    4. Character: A NEHS member must show outstanding behavior and attend NEHS meetings regularly.

  • PAWsome Buddies

    Awesome Buddies Photo
    Sponser:  Mrs. Bailey, ASD Coach

    Here's what Awesome Buddies do:

    • Say "Hi" when you see one another.
    • Play with your buddy at recess.
    • Complete craft activities together.
    • Give a compliment when you see one another.
    • Help your buddy during Specials when you can.
    • Eat breakfast with your buddy once a week.
    • Read a book together.
    • JUST BE A FRIEND!

  • Photography/Yearbook Club

    Photography Club Clipart

    Sponsor:  Mrs. Michaud, Technology Specialist

    Students are selected from Grades 4 & 5 to participate in the Photography Yearbook & Journalism Club, the beginning of each school year, through an essay contest.

    These students, under the direction of our Micro-Tech Specialist at Pasadena Lakes, learn how to use the camera to take photos to be used in the Yearbook as well as contribute written articles to be used in our parent newsletter, The Panther Scoop.

    All participants will attend a monthly mandatory meeting at which time they are given their photo & journalism assignments and/or tasks for the month.

    The Photography Yearbook & Journalism Club begins September and ends April.

     

    Some of the events that are covered include.....

    Themed Dress Days
    Spirit Week
    Field Day Week
    Special Events held at school and/or off campus

  • Safety Student Leaders

    Student Safety Leaders

    Sponsor:  Mrs. G. Williams, Literacy Coach

    The safety patrols are a special group of students that have been selected because of the exemplary behavior and leadership skills that they have displayed during their attendance at Pasadena Lakes Elementary. Their duties include the following:

    • Report to duty by 7:40 a.m. with their safety patrol belt on.
    • Encourage students to follow school rules at all times.
    • Monitor the students as they sit in their grade level hallways in the morning.
    • Report to the advisor, administrator, or another staff member when needing assistance.
    • Attend and participate in safety patrol meetings.

  • W.P.L.E.

    WPLE

    Students who have an interest in Television Broadcasting and in the Media Center should stop by and see Mrs. Gallo, Media Specialist, in the Media Center.