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Safety Patrol

Safety patrol students pose for a picture.

Students in fourth or fifth grade can participate in the Safety Patrol. Students involved in Safety Patrol work closely with the school safety coordinator and help to monitor the stairways during arrival and dismissal each day. They are also able to assist during special events by helping guide guests to the proper location and monitor the halls.  

Safety patrol guides guests to the volunteer appreciation breakfast.

Student Council

Student Council at Clinton West promotes and provides leadership development opportunities to prepare and empower student leaders to serve their schools and communities. Students in third, fourth, and fifth grades can participate in Student Council. Elections for officers are held in the fall.  
 

Student council officers help with the delivery of PTA popcorn

Bike Club

Clinton West Bike Club is for students in fifth grade.  Interested students apply to be in the club and members must be respectful at all times and maintain a C or higher grade average. The Bike Club teaches bike safety and allows the students to ride in the community. Students who successfully complete the program can earn a bike!

Bike club participants pose during one of their outings

Girls Club

Girls in first through fifth grades are invited to join the Clinton West Girl’s club. This club is sponsored by the Carbondale Assembly of God Church and led by Children’s Pastor Brittany Calvert and Associate Pastor Sarah Taylor, along with several other wonderful women from the church. The girls are mentored by these ladies while learning team building skills, playing games, making crafts, and building friendships. The Girls Club meets on Tuesdays immediately after school and ends promptly at 3:30pm.

Girls at Clinton West setting on the floor during Girls Club meeting.


 

Reading partners helping a student read