1000 Book Club
This club offers 3-6 year olds in the RCS community the opportunity to be a well-read child. It allows parents to borrow 1,000 books (ten at a time) to read to their children. The books are stored in a tote bag and are housed in your child’s elementary school. The timeline for borrowing books is flexible, but our hope is that a child will complete the program by the beginning of second grade. To register for the program, please visit your child’s elementary school main office.
Art Club is an after school activity open to 4th and 5th grade students interested in the creative world of art. Activities are based on two and three dimensional design. Students are given the opportunity to explore their creative ideas and talents through projects that are an extension of the elementary arts curriculum.
Students, under the direction of an advisor, perform a play. Meetings are held after school.
This club is also known as the Student Academic Tutoring Program, and it is offered to students in grades 3-5. Students who may need extra help in order to be successful in school are chosen by their teacher to participate in the club. The students meet with adult supervisors. receive individual and small group instruction, receive help with homework, and much more. The students are served a healthy snack and are taught good study and organizational skills.
This is a co-educational program that is offered to fourth and fifth-grade students who want to be a part of a team. Students can be participants on indoor soccer, volleyball, and basketball teams. The teams compete during the scheduled recess times.
Nature Art Club
This club uses art education as a vehicle to better understand and appreciate nature, biology and the outdoor world around us. It is composed of selected third-, fourth- and fifth-graders who work after school.
Student Council Grade 5
Students are elected by their peers and engage in service projects that help their school, community and the world.
The Yearbook Club involves fifth-grade students in the planning, advertising, sales, and layout of the school yearbook. The club meets after school throughout the year to make decisions about the design of the book and which pictures and art work will be included in the yearbook. Students promote sales by publicizing, and collecting, counting, and tallying all monies received.