The Student Leadership Club is a program designed to promote service learning for students in 4th grade. The Student Leadership Club is a group of students interested in helping out around the school and modeling positive behaviors for younger students. This program will help students build leadership skills.
What do student leaders do?
- Learn ways to be a good leader (called leadership skills)
- Help teachers with different jobs such as making copies, cutting out pictures, preparing bulletin boards, etc.
- Help other students by being a bus “buddy”, a tutor, a peer helper, or a special recess friend
- Help staff members
- Assist with Box Top collections and promotions
- Attend PTO meetings
- Promote special days, like “Crazy Sock Day”
- Make posters to display around the school
- Assist with special announcements
- Help with school safety
- Help organize special events such as Picture Day, Celebration assemblies, etc…
- Help with school-wide projects such as clean-up day, bake sales, or food drives
- Greet visitors to the school and give them a tour
- Give new students and families a tour of the school
- Safety patrol – open doors, greet peers and watch out for the safety of students, staff, and volunteers
- Help in the library
- Help in the computer lab: turn on computers, stock supplies, etc…
What is the time commitment?
If you sign up to be a member of the Student Leadership Team you agree to:
- Attend 3 sessions of leadership training (called Leadership Academy).
- Depending on how many students sign up, you would be a student leader for at least half of the school year.
- You might be doing some of your jobs before 8:30, during lunch, recess, or after school.