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Student Council

Elda Elementary Student Council

Elda Elementary's student council consists of representatives from the third and fourth grade. They have been elected to represent their classrooms by their peers. The student council works hard to keep our recycling bins empty and lead with our community service projects! 

Members of student council include: Addie Ward, Stephi Gottlieb, Ruby Meyer, Jack Johnson, Josie Wethington, Ollie Westrich, Owen Ziepfel, Joey Turco, Kaitlyn Lampe, Dylan Pence, and Mia Jackson

Student Council advisors: Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Fry





 Student Council members encouraged their fellow students to donate new scarves, mittens, hats, and gloves this December! We had an amazing amount of generosity from students! All donated items were given to the RAMM Food Pantry. Enjoy the advertisement student council created!





YouTube Video



Other Student Council Projects Include:
  • Our on-going Pop-Tab drive to benefit the Ronald McDonald House in Cincinnati. 
  • A Red Ribbon Week Food Drive that helped to stock the shelves at the RAMM Food Pantry.
  • The school favorite Pie-In-The-Face Contest! 





 
  

Safety Patrol


Safety Patrol

Students on the safety patrol are third and fourth graders who have been nominated by their teachers as being responsible citizens of Elda. They work to assure that their peers are being safe as they go to their buses in the afternoon.
 
 
 
 
 








Music at Elda


Elda students attend music classes in grades 1-4.  Students enjoy singing, dancing, playing instruments, composing, and playing music games while in music class.  Each grade level performs a concert or musical at the Ross High School Auditorium each year.  
3rd and 4th grade students are also able to audition for Elda Ensemble, pictured here. 

























Art Fair


Reading Rocks!




Mission Statement: All Elda Elementary students will succeed to their fullest potential.
The students will:  Strive for personal academic excellence; be active learners and problem solvers in a nurturing environment;  be supported through a partnership between school, parents and community; develop positive self-esteem as well as respect for others and our world; and become life-long learners.

Career Day