Started by Principal Kim Pinkerton in 2010, the lunch clubs program allows students to learn, to grow, and to flourish in an environment that is both comfortable and nurturing, as they are run by our teachers and parent volunteers.
What Enrichment Clubs Do:
•Reinforce academic skills
•Engage students in activities that develop excitement and purpose for their learning
•Provide hands on activities in a relaxed environment
•Encourage a sense of belonging in the learning community
•Boost confidence and curiosity
•Help students explore their potential
Lunch Clubs update:We have three new lunch clubs beginning next week - very exciting!
Friendship Bracelet Club, Mrs. Olson, advisor: 1st-6th grade, Wednesdays in room 402
Yoga, Mrs. Easbey, advisor: 4th grade, Thursdays in room 417
Save the World Club, Mrs. Grillot, advisor: 1st-5th Grade, Wednesdays in room 213
Find a full list of clubs below.
Click Garden Club to see pictures of produce grown by this year by our Garden Club!
Click here to access the lunch clubs schedule. New clubs have been added for the second session, beginning the week following Thanksgiving break.
September 21, 2012
Horse and Pony Club (Grades 1-3. Fridays, Room 501)
If you love horses or want to more about horses and ponies this is the club for you! In our club we will learn about horses and ponies while making fun crafts and doing exciting activities. Don't worry if you have never ridden a horse or don't know anything about them - we will teach you!
Drama (Grades 3-8. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Room 702)
Come one and all and join the Comedy Sportz Team Lunch Club! We're looking for spirited people who like to have fun and like to act. You'll have the opportunity to compete against each other in a unique battle for comedic supremacy!
Art (Grades 2-6. Fridays, Room 405)
Art Club, Seasonal projects and crafts. Helping to decorate the school for things like Halloween, Grandparents Day and Ocean Discovery Week. A chance to experiment with all kinds of fun art materials and explore how to use recyclable materials and everyday objects to create art.
Garden Club (Grades 1-6. Mondays, garden)
Grow your own vegetables in RSF's own 1000 sq. ft. garden! Learn the basics of tilling, planting, tending, and harvesting in a fun environment where you really do reap what you sow.
Yoga (Grade 5. Fridays, Room 402)
Promote inner and outer strength with this fun basic introduction to yoga class. You will learn the basic principles of yoga poses, philosophy, relaxation, and breathing techniques. This class meets every Friday in room 417. It is a great way to improve flexibility, coordination, concentration, and reduce stress as well. Bring your yoga mat and comfortable clothes.
Robotics (Grades 5-6. Thursdays, Room 402)
Robotics Lunch Club is for students who want to learn how to program Lego Mindstorm Robots to use their different sensors to accomplish tasks. Students are also invited for after school program Fridays 3-5pm in room 605. We will take interested students to compete against other schools in robotics.
Choir ( Grades 1-8. Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Room 703)
Sing. Compete. Learn to read music. Have fun.
Chess Club (Grades 1-6. Thursdays, Room 402)
We'll be playing games and will have several tournaments during the year. Whether you are a seasoned pro or just beginning, the chess club is a great environment to learn the moves, hone your skills, and spar against an experienced opponent!
Girl Power (Grades 5-6. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Room 416)
This club celebrates friendship, sorority, and an open environment where there is support without judgement.
Go Green (Grades 1-6. Tuesdays, Room 601)
The Go Green Club is dedicated to making the RSF School campus one that is free of trash and that practices green disposal methods. Projects include environmental campaigns, campus clean-ups, and rallies to promote green legislation!
September 10, 2012
Lunch club sign-ups will be Thursday and Friday at lunchtime.
Grades 5-6 will be from 11:30-11:45 and Grades K-4 will be from 11:45-12:00.
This year, we have a couple of new clubs, including Yoga, Robotics, and Money Matters. Of course, Go Green, Chess, Art, Games, and Horse and Pony club are still around, so there are a ton of options from which to choose!
For more information, please contact Ross Hansen, Librarian, at
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