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.

    Oakland Park Elementary offers 4 clubs.

    Coding Club 

    Code/Art clubs are creative coding clubs that meet weekly either in person or online and are for 3rd-8th grade girls and non-binary students. Club participants learn web and mobile app development, 3D modeling, game design, and tools for digital art and design. Club instructors are often alumni, trained instructors with a CS background or are Code/Art-trained teachers who lead a club as a school elective or after-school club.

    Club meets twice a month on Mondays. 

    Club Leader Teachers: Ms. Sacco and Ms. Picado


    Save Promise Club  

    Oakland Park Elementary has chosen to have a S.A.V.E Promise Club (SPC) Mr. Daniel Oren is OPE’s School Champion. 

    Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) Promise Club is the youth leadership initiative of Sandy Hook Promise. Led by our Youth Advisory Board, the aim is to empower young leaders to take an active role in increasing school safety and preventing different forms of violence in schools and communities. Video link


    Spanish Club 

    The Spanish Club at Oakland Park Elementary promotes awareness and/or appreciation of Hispanic culture. It provides exciting experiences for our students inside and outside the school like in The District Elementary Academic Competition where every year our students have the opportunity to participate in declamation, dancing, acting, create projects and posters, demonstrating knowledge of the Spanish language and culture they are learning. Bravo OPE Spanish Club!     


    VEX Robotics Club  

    SECME Science Club - 

    What does Secme stand for in school? Science, Engineering, Communication, Mathematics and Enrichment (SECME) club and STEM activities for competitions. Some of our students will compete against other schools by designing and building Water Bottle Rockets and Mousetrap Cars

    VEX Robotics Club- Students will build a robot and compete against other schools. All students are natural scientists and engineers. They love to question, tinker, experiment and play. VEX competitions foster these skills and capitalize on the motivational effects of competitions and robotics to help all students create an identity as a STEM learner. VEX competitions are also a great way to expose students to valuable soft skills like communication, collaboration and time-management in a fun and authentic way.




  • Safety Patrol

    Our Safety Patrol, consisting of our 5th graders, ensures that our students are following the rules during arrival and dismissal times daily.

    Patrols must:

    • Report to his/her post on time daily.
    • Always set a good example.
    • Follow the rules set forth by Oakland Park Elementary Staff.
    • Respect fellow patrols as well as all students
    • Report findings not allowed at OPE.