Student Leadership Teams/Organizations
Sponsors: Tammy Davis & Katie Duell
This leadership team is comprised of both 4th and 5th grade students who give their service during, before school and after school. Their responsibilities include meeting and greeting visitors to our building, assisting school staff with creating a welcoming environment for students, staff, parents and visitors to our school and offering tours to new students and their parents. They will be expected to service with two projects throughout the year such as assisting in the media, school beautification projects, Super Kids Day, Pennies campaign, etc…Ushering students and parents at special events will also be a big part of their display of leadership as CLI’s School Ambassador.
Sponsor: Raylene Hynes
This leadership team is comprised of 5th graders who give their service before and after school hours. Their responsibilities include monitoring assigned areas such as hallways, crosswalk, gym, cafeteria, bus and car loading zones to ensure safety of all students. It is important to be punctual to their assigned location. They will also be expected to model and know the school safety procedures, expectations and school rules. They report unsafe behaviors, areas, etc…to safety patrol sponsor.
Sponsor: Elisabeth Alonzi
This leadership team is comprised of 5th grade students who enjoy performing and singing in front of others. They will practice Tuesday mornings from 8am to 8:30am. They perform several times throughout the year for various school functions along with traveling off campus for caroling, nursing home performances and a night performance with all Broken Arrow Elementary school select choirs.
5th Grade Mentors
Sponsor: Christi Sturgeon
This leadership team is comprised of 5th grade students who enjoy working one on one with younger students. This team is possible to due partnering with the K-building to allow our 5th graders to mentor during their recess period. They may be asked to spend some time reading with a student or possibly working on flash cards with the student – whatever the teacher thinks would be beneficial. They may also eat lunch with the student or go out on the playground with the student in order to role model social skills for that student. This may require some time out of the classroom, but will not involve instructional time. However, students may have more homework as a result of missing time that is given to work after the instructional time.
Morning Announcement Team
Sponsors: Christi Sturgeon and Jamie Pahukoa
This leadership team is comprised of 4th and 5th grade students who have a desire and or talent to give our school announcements over the intercom or on our school television. They will be responsible for making the morning announcements including introducing our word of the week, quote of the week, character habit, and other various announcements. Students will have to be prompt and on time to school as the announcements are made sharply at 8:55 a.m. This may require some writing of a topic they would like to report on especially if we move to a video format; and may require some before/after school meetings. Students will serve on a rotational basis.
***Students interested in these leadership teams will have either a tryout process or submit interested through an application selection process. More information will be given at a later date.