Champions List

Champions List

Treasure Coast Elementary Extracurricular Programs

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Garden Club

This outdoor club helps students learn about gardening through sustaining beds, planting, maintaining, and caring for plants. Students begin to understand the impact of gardening to a community using garden beds and a hydroponic garden.

Moonshot Tutoring

With our partnership with the Learning Alliance, Moonshot is an after-school reading tutoring program to provide real world application and skill.


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Techy Pirates

Fourth & fifth Grade students have the opportunity to learn a variety of fun technology in this great after-school club. Students learn about Lego robotics, movie editing, spheros, coding, and much more.

Art Club

Students participate before school or during extended day to explore different methods to design and create.

Chorus (4th & 5th Grade)

The after-school chorus is an opportunity for students to excel in music performance beyond the regular school day. The group will be performing for the school and the community as well as competing as are presentation of our school.

21st Century After School Tutoring

The 21st Century program is a federal grant that gives students additional after-school tutoring opportunities in reading, mathematics, and science. In addition to after-school tutoring, this program continues through the summertime for all participating students..

Pirates On The Run

Students can join Pirates on the Run every morning where they earn “feet” for the miles that they run. Students increase their physical abilities and have fun with their peers each morning before school.

Track (4th & 5th Grade)

Students engage in the sport of running, conditioning, and competing at the annual elementary track meet.

Science Fair

Additional time for students to conduct experiments and create science fair boards for the annual district science fair.

TV Studio (4th Grade)

The skills and discipline required to plan, script, present, and technically produce a televised broadcast can help students in other areas of learning, such as comprehension, literacy, computer graphics, and math.

Acclimate & Accelerate (A2)

A2 is a before school tutoring club designed to close the achievement gap and accelerate the learning gains of TCE students that have been identified as needing additional support. The students in the tutoring club are aligned with highly qualified teachers that have strengths in the specific subject areas in which they need support. Tailored to fit the specific needs of each student, A2 has yielded amazing academic gains for those students that are a part of this opportunity.

Grandparents Day

At Treasure Coast Elementary we believe that Grandparents play a vital role in building confidence, sharing wisdom/positive experiences, strengthening bridges between school and home thus enhancing student achievement. Each year we host a Grandparent’s Day breakfast where students invite their grandparents or special family friends to have breakfast and visit their classrooms.

Treasure Coast Student Council (5th Grade)

Our Student Council is a group of elected and volunteer students working together with an adult advisor within the framework of a constitution or bylaws to provide a means for student expression and assistance in school affairs and activities, give opportunities for student experience in leadership and encourage student /faculty / community relations. Through projects and activities, student councils work to:

  • Promote Citizenship
  • Promote Scholarship
  • Promote Leadership
  • Promote Human Relations
  • Promote Cultural Values

Safety Patrol (5th Grade)

School Safety Patrol members are school-sponsored student volunteers from 5th grade. Patrollers direct children, not traffic. As school-age leaders in traffic safety, patrol members teach other students about traffic safety on a peer-to-peer basis. They also serve as models for younger children, who look up to them. School Safety Patrol members:

  • Complete training in traffic safety;
  • Protect students from hazards of crossing roads and highways on their way to and from school;
  • Assist bus drivers in safely transporting students to and from school;
  • Teach fellow students about traffic safety; and
  • Serve in other leadership roles under the direction of school officials.

Teachers and principals appoint patrol members, who participate with parental approval. A teacher serves as the patrol advisor.

The Champions List supports compliance with F.S. 1014.05 (e) Procedures, pursuant to s. 1006.195(1)(a), for a parent to learn about the nature and purpose of clubs and activities offered at his or her minor child’s school, including those that are extracurricular or part of the school curriculum. Visit to view all school lists.