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  • Men of Class

    Sponsors: Mr. Sainvilus and Mr. LinadoMan's hands tying a red necktie  

    You Can do the Impossible If You Believe

    Our Purpose
    The purpose of the Charles Drew Men of Class is to target our at-risk 4th and 5th graders ages 10-12 years old and provide them with the guidance that is needed in order for them to succeed academically, personally, and socially.

    Our Mission
    CDE MOC is committed to equipping young boys with the tools they need for academics, personal, and social achievement.
    Leaders and Mentors
    • Our Proud Principals Ms. Flowers and Fulton
    • Mr. Sainvilus, Mr. Moise, Mr. Linado,
    • Officer McDowell, Mr. Paige
    • Ms. Roberts, Ms. Sylvestre, Ms. Patten

  • Safety Patrol

    Sponsor: Mr. Washington

    Blue, red, and gold badge with Safety Patrol in the center and three stars across the top The role of the Charles R. Drew Elementary Magnet School Safety Patrol is to develop leadership skills within students who serve as positive role models for younger students. 

    When selected as a Charles Drew Safety Patrol, students are expected to be responsible, dependable, timely, trustworthy, courteous, and polite as they maintain safety throughout the building and serve other roles under the direction of school leadership.  


    Sponsor: Ms. Sylvestre and Mr. Sainvilus

    STEAM Science, Technology, Engineering + ARTS, Mathematics

    Students will explore the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math through project-based learning and investigation. The STEAM club meets Wednesdays and Fridays after school from 3:30 - 4:30 pm, students will be led by Charles Drew staff members with a passion for STEAM disciplines. Students will have fun and be engaged in hands-on activities and challenges. They will be encouraged to continue learning with ideas that spark their interest and imaginations. Each week, activities will have a different focus and will intertwine several STEAM principles and encourage peer collaboration and innovation. Students in the STEAM club will participate in district-wide competitions such as Vex Robotics and SECME Olympiad.