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.

  • Debate

    Debate club is an after-school club for students in 3rd - 5th grade.  They are taught the art of debate and compete in several county competitions throughout the year.  We are so pleased to share that we often have winners from Plantation Park Elementary.

     

    For more information, please visit https://www.browardschools.com/debate

  • ELO Camps

    Our ELO (Extended Learning Opportunity) Camps are an after-school camp for 2nd-5th graders. The camp tutors and remediates students to help them with the Florida Standards. Students are invited to the camp based on their assessment data and teacher recommendation. The camp meets for three sessions; reading, math, and science for 5th-grade students.

  • Enrichment Camps

    PPE provides a strong curriculum within a safe, supportive environment. The emphasis on student achievement and positive student interactions make PPE a school where learning and fun go hand in hand.  In addition to core academics, PPE has several extracurricular activities and enrichment programs that children look forward to.   Below is a sample list of our clubs:

    Mind Matters Game Club

    Girl Power

    Biz 101

    Recipe Club

    Yearbook/Graphic Design Club

    Sign Language

    Math Squad Games

    Science Club

    Violin/Orchestra Club 

    Kiwanis Kids Club

    Student Council

    WOWL News Production

    Safety Patrols

    AAA Tutorial Club

  • Field Trips

    Our school offers a variety of field trip opportunities for students throughout the school year. Each student with a disability is afforded an equal opportunity to participate in all school-sponsored social and/or extracurricular activities when the student is otherwise qualified to participate in field trips. Reasonable accommodations shall be made as needed.  

  • Junior Surfrider

    Sponsor:  Mr Kirk

    The Junior Surfrider Club is a non-profit grassroots organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s oceans, waves and beaches.  Meetings occur several times a month after school.  Monthly beach clean-ups and other activities occur throughout the year.   The club is open to all students.

  • PPE Chorus

    The Director of our Award Winning chorus is Mrs. Nicole Greggs.
    Click here to go to our Chorus Website.

    PPE Chorus

  • Robotics

    We are so pleased to be able to offer a robotics club for our students after school.  They have the opportunity to participate in county competitions and have a blast doing it!

  • Safety Patrols

     
    The primary focus of the Safety Patrols are:
    To assist students in safely by patrolling their specific post.
    To foster qualities of leadership, responsibility and good citizenship in Patrol members.

    5th grade students accepting membership in the Safety Patrol:

    Report for duty on time

  • Student Council

    The Student Council plays a very important role in our school. They help share students’ ideas, interests, and concerns with the teachers and principal. They help the students raise funds for schoolwide projects. They assist the community when they are in need of aid. Being on Student Council is something that will help our students become responsible and active members of the community.

    Representatives:

    -Attend after-school meetings
    -Meet with classmates to discuss ideas and concerns
    -Work with special events / recycling
    -Serve as a positive role model to other students

    Their classmates elect student council representatives. Students in the 3rd-5th grade may also decide to run for a Student Council officer position.

  • WOWL

    WOWL is our in-house live daily television broadcast. The WOWL is produced by our Music Teacher and Media Clerk. 5th graders participate in the club. The students read the patriotic and school pledge, sing a patriotic song, announce the weather, sports, and any special announcements for the day.