Today's Choice for Tomorrow's Future

Clubs and Organizations

Student Lighthouse Team 

We the Student Lighthouse Team will synergize to make our school a better place.
We will be role models by following the 7 Habits, so that others can be the best that they can be.
Through our hard work and dedication, we will use our creativity to “Leader-ize” SBE.
As student leaders, we will also listen to what others have to say to make our school GREAT!
Environmental Club
The environmental Club has the following goals for the 2019-2020 school year:
·       to continue improvements on the school butterfly garden
·       to collect the school recyclable materials
·       to water the plants on campus
·       to promote awareness about natural resources and recycling during Earth Day
·       collect pop-tabs for the Ronald McDonald House




STEM Club consists of student leaders in grades 3-5. Students are invited to join the club based on their math and science scores and their ability to synergize with their peers. Our students work to sharpen their skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math in preparation for the annual STEM Bowl competition which will be held in May.

National Elementary Honor Society

The National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS) was established in 2008 to recognize elementary students in both public and non-public elementary schools for their outstanding academic achievement and demonstrated personal responsibility, to provide meaningful service to the school and community, and to develop essential leadership skills in the students of elementary schools. NEHS members must exhibit the four pillars of NEHS: leadership, scholarship, service, and responsibility. In order to be inducted, the members are expected to maintain a high grade point average, complete both in and out of school service hours, and be leaders in our school and community.

Ms. Palm and Ms. Palermo

Robotics Club

The leaders of SBE in robotics, will learn about STEM, programming, coding and engineering through a hands-on experience through collaboration. They will demonstrate their skills and knowledge of coding, programming and design at competitions throughout the year with other robotic teams from different elementary and middle schools. Qualifying teams can go to state competitions and have the opportunity to qualify for World. 

Ms. Livesey

Bobcat Dancers

Ms. Sanderlin

Bobcat Engineers

The Engineering club engages 3rd-5th grade students in STEM through building, programming, and coding robots. This teaches our leaders that creative problem solving is fun and how important it is for a better future. The Leaders will also strengthen their communication, problem-solving and leadership skills.

Ms. Livesey

Guitar Club

Ms. Velez

Sawgrass Bay Singers

Ms. Velez

Ukulele Club

Ms. Velez

Art Club

The purpose of the Sawgrass Bay Elementary Art Studio is for student leaders to have an opportunity to grow as artists by expanding their knowledge and developing skills beyond what is achieved in the classroom. Student leaders will create works of art, both individually and collectively and reflect on their growth as artists throughout the year. 

The goal of SBE Art Studio is to enhance the artistic abilities and creative thinking of its members by providing a safe environment for artistic growth and development.

Art Studio currently has 25 members and meets every Monday, from 3:30 pm  to 4:30 pm.

Ms. Stevens