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School District of Osceola County

​​ Organization 

​ Overview/Sponsor 

​ Activities/Events 

​Battle of the Books

​Battle of the Books is a reading competition. The books we read are based on the Sunshine State Young Readers Award books. This list is new each year. There is a list for 3rd - 5th grade and 6th - 8th grade. The club starts in September and ends with the annual competition held in the Spring.

The Battle of the Books club meets a couple of times a week to read books, write questions, and quiz each other. Five students from elementary and five from middle are chosen for the annual competition team.

​Student Council

​The Student Council promotes leadership skills and service. In addition to discussing school issues, student council also holds a helping hands program to assist teachers after school. Contact Michelle Celio, social studies teacher, at

​Student elections are typically held in October. Positions include: president, vice-president (per grade level), council members (per grade level), secretary and historian. Student council hosts the Spring Fling Dance (Crowning Westside's King and Queen, Prince and Princesses, Lord and Lady). Student Council meetings are the first Thursday of every month.

​TSA (Technology Student Association)

​Through TSA, students are able to have hands on practical experience in everything from website design, robotics, structural engineering, essay writing, product development, video game design, public speaking, and many other activities. The Westside chapter of the national TSA competes at the state level and has the chance of qualifying for the national TSA competitions which are hosted in a different part of the country every year. Contact Jonathan Caban at
​The Westside chapter of TSA meets on Tuesdays from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Technology Lab (2-105).

Music Club (4th and 5th Grade)

​Students learn a variety of music and perform multiple times throughout the year. Students must be in 4th or 5th grade and adhere to behavior guidelines including prompt pick up at 5 p.m. Club cost $10, which includes one soprano recorder. The club's sponsor, Ms. Crabtree, uses the Orff Methodology of teaching and has been certified twice in Orff Schulwerk Level One. Contact Claire Crabtree, music teacher, at


​The Music Club meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:10 p.m. to 5 p.m., September to May.

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