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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

    Sponsor: Ms. Bushing 

    Art Club is for 3rd graders who have a passion for art! There is no need for artistic "talent" or "skill". The purpose of art club is to provide students who have an interest in art, an opportunity to explore art forms beyond what is offered in the art classroom.  Students have the opportunity to work individually and in groups. We will meet weekly in the art room after school to explore various forms of art.


  • Debate

    SPONSOR: Mrs. Starnes

    The Debate Team is designed to assist students in learn about the proper procedures, writing styles, and debate format. For the four county-wide Debate Tournaments, this team will work on skills to present speeches on congressional bills, debate the pros and cons of a given topic or bill, interpret text for a performance, or write an original speech on a given topic.

  • Girls Who Code

    Sponsor Ms. Rodgers

    Our Girls Who Code Club works in collaboration with the Girls Who Code non-profit organization whose purpose is to close the gender gap in the field of computer sciences by introducing coding and teamwork to girls at an elementary level. In the Cooper City Elementary Girls Who Code club, we collaborate to execute code within Scratch, as well as physical coding devices such as Makey Makey, Microbit, among others.

  • Pickleball

    Sponsor: Mrs. Josack

    Pickleball is fun, social, and friendly!
    The rules are simple, and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a fast-paced, action-packed game.  For those and many more reasons, we have decided to bring Pickleball to Cooper City Elementary school.  Our 4th and 5th grade students will get the opportunity to be in our Pickleball club.  We will be beginning in October and will start on Tuesday mornings at 7:30 am.  Stay tuned for more information! 

  • Safety Patrols

    Sponsors: Mrs. Kastler, Mrs. Josack, and Ms. Bushing

    Cooper City Elementary is excited to offer the 5th graders the opportunity to be a Safety Patrol. The primary purpose of this character-building program is to enhance the safety of our students and build positive relationships in the school. In addition, this program promotes the development of leadership skills and good citizenship qualities. A safety patrol's job is to model for students the safety rules that have been taught in the classroom, to assist students in safe transitions throughout the school, and to keep students safe on campus by communicating in a positive manner.

    The duties of all patrols are to:

    § Compliment students observed following safety rules

    § Fulfill the duties at their designated posts

    § Remind students of safety procedures on school grounds

    § Report for duty on time with their belt clean and worn properly

    § Know and follow Cooper City Elementary’s school-wide expectations

    Safety patrols are selected at the end of their 4th grade classroom with input provided from teachers. Consideration is based on leadership qualities, commitment, responsibility, self-discipline, high academic standing and attitude toward others. Being a member of the Safety Patrol is considered "special" and members are expected to

    arrive early to school, maintain excellence in their academic studies, and commit to setting an example on and off duty.

    * Members of the Safety Patrol must remain in good academic standing in all subject areas and model good behavior choices to remain a Safety Patrol.

  • SAVE Promise Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. Gerity

    The Goals of SAVE Promise Club are to:
    EDUCATE Students to take the lead in teaching and growing Start With Hello (SWH) and Say Something (SS) programs in their school communities. 
    EMPOWER youth with knowledge and skills to be leaders of change. 
    ENCOURAGE positive peer influences and leadership within the school and community.


    Sponsor: Ms. Rodgers

    The STEAM club (formerly known as the Robotics Club) has been established to extend beyond simple robotics. We will be exploring more in depth coding as well as physical computing using a variety of devices. Students will leave the club with an understanding of the basics of computer programming. The difference is, this year we will be including technology, engineering and art into the mix.

  • Student Council

    Sponsors: Ms. Fletcher

    Student Council is an organization of students who work towards improving their school and community. They enjoy working towards making our school a better place. The student council is made up of two representatives from each 3rd, 4th and 5th grade classrooms. The Student Council meets once a month to plan and coordinate school and community projects as well as fundraising activities.