Blue Lake Elementary celebrates autumn with its annual Fall Festival every year. A new theme will be selected with proceeds going to specific student events and classroom initiatives. We appreciate your support!
The Safety Patrol is a league of fifth grade students who help assist our students and guests around campus. The Safety Patrol provides positive tone and helps to implement the rules of safety on our campus.Students are nominated by their teacher or, has expressed interest in serving on the Blue Lake Safety Patrol. Students who are accepted into the Safety Patrol will be examples of good and proper discipline inside and outside of the classroom and off campus. The student needs to maintain at least a minimum of a ‘C’ average. Students are expected to assist before, during, and/or after school hours as transportation allows. Duties will require a short amount of time each day. Members are selected for their courtesy, dependability, interest in their job, physical fitness, attitude towards others and scholastic standing. The primary aims of the Patrol are:
Safety Patrol membership is an honored position. Millions of boys and girls have served since the program started around 1920. Since then, the casualty record among children aged 5 to 14 has improved significantly. Patrols have played an important role in this achievement.Interested students should notify their teacher. Students will be notified of training opportunities. The school sponsor is Kenney Lutz, Physical Education teacher assisted by Patricia Swen, Science.
Flyers about community programs, activities, and events in Volusia County are now posted on the district's website. New flyers are posted on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month. Be sure to check frequently for events.
The Da Vinci Club has a purpose to promote a love for reading and expression of artistic pursuits to develop our children into well-rounded citizens.
Meeting Times This club will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:05-3:30 starting October 1st. It will be overseen by Mrs. Diedrichs, one of our fourth grade teachers. An additional session will be offered during the Spring. The purpose of the club To meet the goals of the club, students will spend the first 20 minutes in small groups discussing the book that they are currently reading for Reading Counts during their school day. The remainder of the club will be dedicated to expressing their literature selection through an array of humanity choices such as writing, drama, music, and the visual arts (painting, drawing, collage, sculpture). Tuition for the club will be $5.00 to help purchase snacks and supplies.