fall 2022 Programs

Roseville Community School (RCS) offers small class sizes and multitude of hands-on opportunities that integrate language, math, science, history, and nature literacy through purposeful activities that engage students’ minds and bodies. Each class has a focus and will incorporate open ended play, integrated curriculum from all subject areas, and social emotional learning.

september 6 - december 16

Tuesday to Friday

K-6

Drop off 8:45AM to 9AM

Full time Grade 1-6 enrollment

Tuesday to Friday

9:00 -3:00

We encourage full-time enrollment though discounted tuition. We see tremendous benefits for students that attend our four-day program. They are able to further develop a sense of community, build stronger relationships with their peers, and gain tenacity in returning to challenging social and academic endeavors daily.

Cost: $3,528/semester

tuesday to friday

Math, Science, Language Arts

Grade K-1*

9:00 - 12:30

  • Daily morning movement that includes yoga and stretching.

  • Hands on activities to support early math concepts: classification, sorting, grouping, and number sense that inspire exploration and curiosity.

  • Support fine motor skills, pre-writing, and language development through active participation in games, word play, journaling, story plays, and poetry.

  • Explore music through rhyme, rhythm, patterning, and finger plays.

  • Open ended activities, prompts, and themes to help inspire play, meeting young children where they are at in their social and academic developmental level.

  • Offer an inspiring, safe environment that encourages risk taking, physically, socially and academically.

Cost: $2,450/semester

*Require 4-day half day enrollment for K-1 students' stability and consistency.

Tuesday/Wednesday

Thursday/Friday

Exploratory Projects

Grade K*-1

12:30 -3:00

  • Inquiry based learning method focuses on emergent curriculum where students are encouraged to follow their own curiosity.

  • Hands on investigations, art, and design challenges to find connection between students' own interest and topic areas.

  • Activities that inspire exploration and curiosity such as gardening, farmer's market, cooking, and workshop.

  • Class includes one hour of Open Play before the class to support social and emotional development: perspective taking, problem solving, and working together.

Cost: $910/semester

K* - Stamina readiness required.

Open Play

Tuesday to Friday

12:30 - 1:30

Open play supports social and emotional development: perspective taking, problem solving, and working together. The enrollment is only open to registered students.

Cost: $280

tuesday/wednesday

Math

Grade 2

9:00 - 11:00

(Open Play @10:30)

  • Daily morning movement that includes yoga and stretching.

  • Hands on activities that build on early math concepts: money sense, estimating, measurements, and problem solving.

  • Develop math fluency through questioning, observing and applying understanding in an atmosphere of curiosity and play. Focus is on individual perspectives and approaches to solving problems.

  • Class includes a half hour of Open Play after the class to support social emotional development.

Cost: $720/semester

Tuesday/Wednesday

Science/Cooking/Gardening

Grade 2

10:30 - 12:30

(Open Play @10:30)

  • Nature based exploration includes gardening, cooking, natural art, and farmers market that will inspire students to connect to local habitats, explore biodiversity, and engage in citizen-science and STEM projects.

  • Research, create hypotheses, experiment, collect data, and analyze results within various scientific topics.

  • Learn life skills while actively participating in the farm to fork process: plant, care for, harvest, clean, prepare, eat, and/or sell.

  • Cook and try new foods that will lay the groundwork for making healthier choices while integrating math and science.

  • Class includes a half hour of Open Play before the class to support social emotional development.

Cost: $720/semester

Tuesday/Wednesday

Social Studies

Grade 2

12:30 -3:00

(Open Play @ 12:30)

  • Inquiry based learning method to explore cultures around the world.

  • Geography, mapping, and spatial thinking.

  • Map and explore places near and far, (like their own bedroom or Africa), as well as places real and unreal (story mapping of places like Neverland or the creation of their own campground).

  • Develop students reading, writing, research, and critical thinking skills as they gain a deeper understanding of history and society.

  • Incorporate social studies, geography, and language arts.

  • Class includes one hour of Open Play before the class to support social and emotional development.

Cost: $910/semester

thursday/Friday

Language Arts

Grade 2

9:00 - 11:00

(Open Play @10:30)

  • Daily morning movement that includes yoga and stretching.

  • Word study to explore common spelling patterns and decode for meaning.

  • Read and write poetry to discover language patterns while developing fluency and inflection.

  • Introduce convention of English grammar and usage.

  • Small-group, teacher-led, mini-lessons support vocabulary development and spelling strategies.

  • Word play games that actively engage students in practicing high-frequency words and spelling patterns.

  • Class includes a half hour of Open Play after the class to support social and emotional development.

Cost: $720/semester

thursday/Friday

Reader & Writer Workshop

Grade 2

10:30 - 12:30

(Open Play @10:30)

  • Creative writing, illustrating, and publishing books by exploring the topics that interest them.

  • Use writing and reading for a purpose with a blend of student-choice and teacher directed activities including narrative and descriptive writing, poetry.

  • Edit, revise, and practice spelling conventions and grammar through one on one teacher conferences based on student writing.

  • Develop comprehension strategies by examining point of view, investigating characters, setting and tone through literature response journals and discussions.

  • Class includes a half hour of Open Play before the class to support social and emotional development.

Cost: $720/semester

Thursday/Friday

STEAM Workshop

Grade 2

12:30 - 3:00

(Open Play @12:30)

  • Maker-centered class that invites students to apply critical thinking and innovation skills in the classroom to solve complex problems through design thinking and STEAM.

  • Introduce to a range of art mediums while participating in an exploration of world art and artists.

  • Through team building activities, students work on communication and collaboration to increase a team’s cohesiveness, productivity, and efficiency.

  • Class includes one hour of Open Play before the class to support social emotional development: perspective taking, problem solving, and working together.

Cost: $910/semester

tuesday/wednesday

Math

Grade 3-4

9:00 - 11:00

(Open Play @10:30)

  • Daily morning movement that includes yoga and stretching.

  • Apply developing mathematical understandings and number sense to grapple with real problems involving estimation, patterns, measurement and logic.

  • Experience the power of mathematical thinking through investigations, games, and play.

  • Class includes a half hour of Open Play after the class to support social and emotional development.

Cost: $720/semester

Tuesday/Wednesday

Science/Cooking/Gardening

Grade 3-4

10:30 - 12:30

(Open Play @10:30)

  • Nature based exploration includes gardening, cooking, natural art, and farmers market that will inspire students to connect to local habitats, explore biodiversity, and engage in citizen-science and STEM projects.

  • Research, create hypotheses, experiment, collect data, and analyze results within various scientific topics.

  • Learn life skills while actively participating in the farm to fork process: plant, care for, harvest, clean, prepare, eat, and/or sell.

  • Cook and try new foods that will lay the groundwork for making healthier choices while integrating math and science.

  • Class includes a half hour of Open Play before the class to support social emotional development.

Cost: $720/semester

Tuesday/Wednesday

Social Studies

Grade 3-4

12:30 - 3:00

(Open Play @12:30)

  • Learn about Ancient civilizations with a focus on Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and Rome. We will explore how they depended on, adapted to, and modified the physical environment as well as looking at the evolution of technology (farming. Social Studies building, medicine, and trade) .

  • Use props, costumes, and primary literature sources to immerse ourselves in the past.

  • Incorporate social studies, geography, language arts, and include a field trip to the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose.

  • Class includes one hour of Open Play before the class to support social and emotional development.

Cost: $910/semester

thursday/Friday

Language Arts

Grade 3-4

9:00 - 11:00

(Open Play @10:30)

  • Daily morning movement that includes yoga and stretching.

  • Read and comprehend literature including stories and drama.

  • Read and write poetry to discover language patterns and develop fluency and inflection.

  • Study figurative language, word relationships, and word meanings.

  • Engage grammar studies through games.

  • Small-group, teacher-led, mini-lessons support vocabulary development and spelling strategies.

  • Class includes a half hour of Open Play after the class to support social and emotional development.

Cost: $720/semester

Thursday/Friday

Reader & Writer Workshop

Grade 3-4

10:30 - 12:30

(Open Play @10:30)

  • Creative writing, illustrating, and publishing books by exploring the topics that interest them.

  • A blend of student choice and teacher directed activities including narrative, descriptive and persuasive writing, poetry, and student directed research.

  • Edit, revise, and practice spelling conventions and grammar through one on one teacher conferences based on student writing.

  • Develop comprehension strategies by examining point of view, investigating characters, setting and tone through literature response journals and discussions.

  • Class includes one hour of Open Play before the class to support social and emotional development.

Cost: $720/semester

thursday/Friday

STEAM Workshop

Grade 3-4

12:30 - 3:00

(Open Play @12:30)

  • Maker-centered class that invites students to apply critical thinking and innovation skills in the classroom to solve complex problems through design thinking and STEAM.

  • Introduce to a range of art mediums while participating in an exploration of world art.

  • Through team building activities, students work on communication and collaboration to increase a team’s cohesiveness, productivity, and efficiency.

  • Class includes one hour of Open Play before the class to support social emotional development: perspective taking, problem solving, and working together.

Cost: $910/semester

tuesday/wednesday

Math

Grade 5-6

9:00 - 11:00

(Open Play @10:30)

  • Daily morning movement that includes yoga and stretching.

  • Apply developing mathematical understandings and number sense to grapple with real problems involving estimation, patterns, measurement and logic.

  • Experience the power of mathematical thinking through investigations, games, and play.

  • Explore fractions, decimals, and percentage with a focus on how they are connected and used in real-life situations.

  • Class includes a half hour of Open Play after the class to support social and emotional development.

Cost: $720/semester

Tuesday/Wednesday

Science/Cooking/Gardening

Grade 5-6

10:30 - 12:30

(Open Play @10:30)

  • Nature and garden based exploration such as gardening, cooking, natural art, and farmers market that will inspire students to connect to local habitats, explore biodiversity, and engage in citizen-science and STEM projects.

  • Research, create hypotheses, experiment, collect data, and analyze results on various scientific topics.

  • Learn practical life skills that actively participate in the whole farm to fork process: plant, care for, harvest, clean, prepare, eat, and/or sell.

  • Cook and try new foods that will lay the groundwork for making healthier choices while integrating math and science.

  • Course will include a sub unit on the solar system.

  • Class includes a half hour of Open Play before the class to support social emotional development.

Cost: $720/semester

Tuesday/Wednesday

Social Studies

Grade 5-6

12:30 - 3:00

(Open Play @12:30)

  • Learn about Ancient civilizations with a focus on Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and Rome. We will explore how they depended on, adapted to, and modified the physical environment as well as looking at the evolution of technology (farming. Social Studies building, medicine, and trade) .

  • Use props, costumes, and primary literature sources to immerse ourselves in the past.

  • Incorporate social studies, geography, language arts, and include a field trip to the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose.

  • Class includes one hour of Open Play before the class to support social and emotional development.

Cost: $910/semester

thursday/Friday

Language Arts

Grade 5-6

9:00 - 11:00

(Open Play @10:30)

  • Daily morning movement that includes yoga and stretching.

  • Weekly poetry reading with discussions to explore deeper meaning and build critical-thinking skills .

  • Read and write poetry to discover language patterns and develop fluency and inflection.

  • Small-group, teacher-led, mini-lessons support word study center activities.

  • Developing word knowledge through explicit word strategy instruction; investigating words by comparing and contrasting spelling patterns and developing generalizations.

  • Class includes a half hour of Open Play after the class to support social and emotional development.

Cost: $720/semester

Thursday/Friday

Reader & Writer Workshop

Grade 5-6

10:30 - 12:30

(Open Play @10:30)

  • Creative writing, illustrating, and publishing books that explore topics that interest them.

  • A blend of student choice and teacher directed activities including narrative, descriptive and persuasive writing, poetry, and student directed research.

  • Edit, revise, and practice spelling conventions and grammar through one on one teacher conferences based on student writing.

  • Explore elements of literature, expository texts and engage in book club discussions and projects.

  • Develop comprehension strategies by examining point of view, investigating characters, setting and tone through literature response journals and discussions.

  • Class includes one hour of Open Play before the class to support social and emotional development.

Cost: $720/semester

thursday/Friday

STEAM Workshop

Grade 5-6

12:30 - 3:00

(Open Play @12:30)

  • Maker-centered class that invites students to apply critical thinking and innovation skills in the classroom to solve complex problems through design thinking and STEAM.

  • Students are introduced to a range of art mediums while participating in an exploration of world art.

  • Through team building activities, students work on communication and collaboration to increase a team’s cohesiveness, productivity, and efficiency.

  • Class includes one hour of Open Play before the class to support social emotional development: perspective taking, problem solving, and working together.

Cost: $910/semester

Note: Each individual class charges a $60 supply fee per semester except full time (4-day) enrollment.

We accept Charter School vouchers as well as personal installment payments or a combination of the two.

Our approved homeschool charters: Cottonwood, Sequoia Grove Alliance, South Sutter, Horizon, Harvest Rridge, and Sutter Peak.

If you wish to enroll your child and we are not a vendor of your particular program, we can work together to get on your program's vendor list.

Please complete the registration form to reserve a space now.

If you have any further questions, please email contact@yourrcs.org or call/text (916) 304-4774.

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