Nova Eisenhower Elementary

Broward County Public Schools

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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 resume.

  • Nova Chess

    Nova Chess

    Nova Chess is a before-school club open to students of all ages and skill levels. During Chess, students engage in collaborative learning, solving puzzles, weighing benefits, and converting advantages in group as well as head-to-head settings. From learning how the pieces move, to blundering a blockade to an en-passant capture, there's something for everyone to learn and enjoy. 


    Nova Chess meets weekly on Friday mornings, from 8:30am-9:15am.


    Club Sponsors: 

    Zachary Wozniak at

    Wanda Lashbrook at

    Aimee Town at

  • Nova Debate

    Nova Debate

    Nova Debate is a before-school club open to 4th and 5th graders that focuses on public speaking, performance, critical thinking and research skills. We utilize these skills to put together amazing performances and compete with schools from all over the district in quarterly events. If your student enjoys the art of linguistic persuasion and is interested in having the opportunity to raise your voice and be heard, Nova Debate is the place! 


    Elementary Debate is split into the following categories: Solo and Duo Interpretation, Impromptu Speaking, Original Oratory, Congressional Debate, and Public Forum.


    Meetings are held on Wednesday mornings, weekly from 8:10am-9:10am. 

    Club Sponsor:

    Mr. Wozniak at

  • Eisenhower Engineering

    Eisenhower Engineering

    Eisenhower Engineering uses the design process to build code and compete with VEXIQ robots at the district, state and national level. Additionally, Eisenhower Engineering participates in district supported SECME activities such as building water bottle rockets and mousetrap cars. Engineering also co-sponsors the Annual Cereal Box Domino Run with Student Council as a way to give back to the community. 


    Engineering meets on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8:15 am to 9 am.


    Club Sponsor:

    Dr. Deborah Prochaska at

  • Media Volunteers Club

    Media Volunteers Club


    The Media Volunteers assist Mrs. Moore with daily upkeep and media center operations. 

    Students submit applications to Ms. Moore and must obtain parent and teacher permission. Volunteers are typically 3rd through 5th graders. They earn service hours for their efforts. 


    The volunteers assist during Media Mornings and after school.


    Club Sponsor:

    Ms. Moore -

  • Nova News

    Nova News

    The Nova News crew delivers daily morning announcements live to the entire school at 9:30 am.  It is comprised of 2 anchors, 4 special announcement leaders, a camera person, a technology supervisor, and a research assistant/substitute.  

    Students apply at the end of their fourth-grade year for these positions. All applications are submitted to their teachers.  All crew members are fifth-grade students.


    Club Sponsors: 

    Mr. Lormeus

    Ms. Moore

  • Safety Patrol

    Information about Safety Patrol

    Safety Patrol is an activity for fifth grade students only. Students apply for this position at the end of fourth grade with the opportunity to reapply during the fifth-grade school year. Once selected, Safety Patrols help monitor hallways, escort younger children to classrooms, greet visitors, and do various other needed jobs throughout the year. Safety Patrols depict “Tip Top Titan” behavior and serve as role models for the students.


    Safety Patrol duties mostly take place between 9:00am and 9:25am daily.


    Club Sponsors

    Mr. Balmori –

  • Student Council

    Student Council 


    All intermediate grades, third through fifth grade, have Student Council members that represent the voice of all students. Throughout the year, Student Council hosts various fundraisers for our school and local community organizations.  We hold Student Council elections in the fall for President, Vice President, and Secretary. 

    Student Council meets monthly on Wednesdays at 8:30am.

    Club Sponsors

    Ms. Rhoulhac –

  • Sustainability Club

    Sustainability Club

    At Nova Eisenhower, we maintain a Kindness Garden that includes a butterfly habitat, bromeliads, fruit, and vegetable-producing plants.  Nova Eisenhower's Kindness Garden provides hands-on experiences that enrich our curriculum. Gardening makes learning interesting and meaningful for our students. Students can connect what they learn in math, social studies, science, reading, health, and writing to what they experience in their classroom gardens.

    At Nova Eisenhower, our gardens provide benefits that go beyond the classroom. Students, teachers, parents, and community members interact to create and care for our gardens. Students develop interpersonal social skills and learn how to work cooperatively with each other.

    Nova Eisenhower's gardens allow urban students to learn in an outdoor environment and to have close and personal contact with nature. This in turn appears to be improving our students' environmental attitudes and understanding of concepts! We have found that our students who grow their own vegetables are more likely to taste and like the vegetables that they have grown. Many of our students have planted gardens of their own at home and are producing their own fruits and vegetables!

    Our Sustainability Club also participates in Hollywood Beach Clean-up initiatives and other environmentally friendly programs in the community and with our school.

    Sustainability Club meetings on Mondays in the Kindness Garden at 8:40am-9:15am.

    Club Sponsors:

    Ms. Armock-Pierre

    Mrs. Kinder-