Currently, Sunrise has 24 safety patrols who work diligently at their posts everyday. The Sunrise Elementary Safety Patrols serve many functions, both inside and outside the school. They serve as mentors to younger students, provide assistance to on-duty teachers and staff during arrival and dismissal, make sure that our students are being safe and guide and encourage each other. All the safety patrols abide by the Patrol Pledge which states:
I promise to do my best to....Report for duty on time;Strive to prevent accidents, always setting a good example myself;Obey my teachers and officers of the patrol;Report dangerous student practices;Strive to earn the respect of my fellow students.
I promise to do my best to....
Report for duty on time;
Strive to prevent accidents, always setting a good example myself;
Obey my teachers and officers of the patrol;
Report dangerous student practices;
Strive to earn the respect of my fellow students.
The safety patrols are looking forward to their annual field trip to Universal Studios in May. Our two fundraisers were a tremendous success and we could not be more proud of our students.
The Sunrise News Show is aired each morning to all of our classrooms. The crew is made up of seven fifth graders who have applied and auditioned to take part in producing the daily news. The students rotate weekly between the positions of anchor, flag, switcher, video, sound, camera 1, camera 2, and substitute.
Sunrise Singers features 4th and 5th grade students. They meet during the week, learning and practicing various forms of singing and music, in preparation for their performances during the school year. They meet every Thursday from 2:30-3:45pm.
Welcome, and hello! Sunrise Elementary has a new group on campus! The Sunrise Hello Team, which consists of a select number of fifth graders, helps to encourage school-wide student attendance. The team welcomes students to school and bids them a happy goodbye at the end of the day. Sunrise Elementary wants its students, and parents, to know how proud we are that they are in school, and help them understand that the more they are in school, the more they learn. When you see them, please give them a smile and a hello back.