The Eagle Honor Choir is a group made out of fourth and fifth grade students. We practice on Thursdays from 3:30 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. and perform at school and in the community throughout the year. Choir focuses on formal singing and Orff Ensemble pieces of music.
Joining a choir offers a multitude of benefits beyond the joy of making music. From stress relief and increased confidence to the cultivation of lifelong friendships and the ability to positively impact your community.
Singing in a choir not only adds the beauty of music to you and your child's life but also helps to build strong character traits and increased self esteem.
Participants selected for Safety Patrol have the honor of greeting students and teachers every morning and making sure our traffic is flowing smoothly. Their friendly smiles provide a great start to our school days.
Each morning when you bring your students to school, you will be greeted by our 5th grade Safety Patrol students in bright orange vests. The students who participate arrive each morning at 7:25 ready to start the day. Besides the curb patrol position, students man inside stations at key locations.
Safety Patrol is designed to provide our students with a chance to serve in leadership positions. Members learn to treat each person with courtesy and respect. Safety Patrol's top priority is helping each student arrive and dismiss safely.
The top spellers compete once a year to determine which student will represent Shorehaven Elementary at the annual GISD Spelling Bee. This is the very first step on the path to the National Spelling Bee, which is televised throughout the country!