Currently, there are extra curricular activities that are offered. However, they may vary depending on the demand for the activity. Please contact for the latest information.
“Here to serve” that is the motto of the ISER Ambassadors.
Ambassadors Club is a National Awarding winning program as it received a Promising Practice Award from Character.org in 2013. Character.org also named the Imagine Ambassadors program – “Read for Character” a 2014 Promising Practice in character education. Ambassadors are student leaders in 5th and 6th grade that focus their time and attention to the service of others. Ambassadors meet bi-weekly to discuss the book “7 Habits of Highly Effective Teenagers” and develop leadership skills through role playing and other hands on activities and games. Students in the Ambassador program learn to become servant leaders.
Here is a list of some of the things that Ambassadors have done and continue to do:
- Lead student task forces
- Created the Peer mentoring program
- “Read for Character” — Ambassadors go into K-5th grade classrooms and read books on character education to students.
- Lead school wide service learning projects
- Help conduct the quarterly academic awards ceremony for K-5th grade
- Recognize students who demonstrate positive character traits through Bucket Fillers of the week
- Act as the official host/hostess for ISER
- Help with off campus marketing
- Organize Mix it up lunch each semester
- Model positive character traits
If you are interested in becoming an Imagine Evening Rose Ambassador, please contact Stacey Turknett at Stacey.firstname.lastname@example.org or 850-877-5187
Safety Patrol: Contact Ms. Stacey
Ever wonder who are those kids wearing the yellow belts and helping ISER students during arrival and dismissal times? They are the ISER Safety Patrol! A group of fifth grade volunteers who work before and after school to keep ISER students safe.
Safety Patrol membership is a position of honor here at Imagine School Evening Rose. Students serving on Safety patrol must exhibit leadership and responsibility skills. Some of the Safety Patrol duties include assisting with arrival and dismissal of students, monitoring bus activities, interacting with younger students, and ensuring they are following school rules. Most importantly, they help in make sure that all students remain safe.
Remember: Safety Patrollers direct students NOT traffic.
Safety Patrol times and Calendar:
- ISER Safety Patrol meets on Tuesday’s during lunch. Students may go to the cafeteria and bring their lunch to Ms. Stacey’s office.
- Students in the morning Safety Patrol are required to arrive at school by 7:25am.
- Students in the afternoon patrol stay until 3:15pm.
For more information, contact Ms. Stacey at Stacey.email@example.com or by calling 877-5187.
How Do You Get on the Safety Patrol?
At the beginning of the school year applications will be made available for all students who would like to join Safety Patrol. Students must have a parent signed application and turned in by the due date. Each application requires a teacher recommendation to be considered. The school leadership team will review applications and the new Safety Patrol will be announced upon selection. Safety Patrollers go through two weeks of training. A training schedule will be sent home with Patrollers before training begins.
Junior Ambassadors is a leadership group for students in 3rd and 4th grade. The Junior Ambassadors work to establish habits and attitudes of servant leaders. These students use the workbooks from “Leaders in Me” to learn the habits of affective leadership. Junior Ambassadors work to model good character traits and to up hold the habits of good leadership. To become a Junior Ambassador please contact Ms. Stacey at Stacey.firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a list of some of the things that the Junior Ambassadors have done and continue to do:
- Organize Campus Clean up
- Create posters to encourage good character
- Make and hand out Car Chats (Car Chats is the 2012 Promising Practice winner)
- Help the Ambassadors with school wide service learning projects
- Attend off campus marketing events
- Host/hostess for a local pre-school graduation
- Model positive character traits
- Send cards to soldiers stationed over seas
- Send letters to veterans