spring 2022 Programs

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

January 11 - may 27

Tuesday to Friday

K-4

Tuesday and Wednesday

Math and Science

Kindergarten

9:00 - 12:30

(play time @ 10:30)

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

  • Explore science through hands on inquiry based activities including gardening, farmer's market, cooking, and workshop.

  • Open ended activities, prompts, and themes to help inspire play, meeting young children wherever they are in their learning.

  • Support with social interactions: perspective taking, problem solving, and working together.

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

Cost: $1,385

Thursday and friday

Language Arts

Kindergarten

9:00 - 12:30

(play time @ 10:30)

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

  • Open ended activities, prompts, and themes to help inspire play, meeting young children wherever they are in their learning.

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

  • Support with social interactions: perspective taking, problem solving, and working together.

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

Cost: $1,385

Open Play

Kindergarten

Tuesday to Friday

12:30 to 1:30

Open Play after the Kindergarten class to support social and emotional development: perspective taking, problem solving, and working together. The enrollment only opens to the registered Kindergarten students.

Cost: $350

Tuesday/Wednesday

History Through Storytelling

Grade 1-2

9:00 - 11:00

(play time @10:30)

  • Inquiry based learning method to explore cultures around the world through their fables, myths, and fairy tales

  • Read, retell, and perform stories from the past while making connections to the present.

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

  • Incorporate and provide work samples for social studies, geography, and language arts.

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

Cost: $860

tuesday/wednesday

Math

Grade 1-2

10:30 - 12:30

(play time @ 10:30)

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

  • Open ended activities, prompts, and themes to help inspire play, meeting young children wherever they are in their learning.

  • 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 before the class to support social emotional development: perspective taking, problem solving, and working together.

Cost: $860

Tuesday/Wednesday

Innovation Workshop

and Team Building

Grade 1-2

12:30 -3:00

(play time @ 12:30)

  • Project based class invites designers, engineers, builders and scientists at all levels to create!

  • Apply lifelong critical thinking and innovation skills in the classroom and beyond while challenging them to solve complex problems through design-thinking and STEAM.

  • Learn how to increase a team’s cohesiveness, productivity, and efficiency by coming up with activities that require members to work together.

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

Cost: $1,080

thursday/Friday

Words Study Workshop

Grade 1-2

9:00 - 11:00

(play time @ 10:30)

  • Building a foundation for word and letter-sound learning through word study focus: examining spelling patterns across words, vowel alternations, vocabulary development, and word play.

  • 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: $860

thursday/Friday

Reading & Writing Workshop

Grade 1-2

10:30 - 12:30

(play time @ 10:30)

  • Creative writing during Writer's Workshop allows students the freedom to discover who they are as writers while exploring topics that interest them.

  • Using writing and reading for a purpose with a blend of student-choice and teacher directed activities: 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.

  • Coming to know ourselves as readers by exploring elements of literature, expository texts and engaging in book club discussions and projects.

  • Developing 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: $860

Thursday/Friday

Science/Gardening/Cooking

Grade 1-2

12:30 - 3:00

(play time @ 12:30)

  • Students will immerse themselves in the natural world through observations, investigations and critical thinking while engaging in the world of science around them.

  • Students will research, create hypotheses, experiment, collect data, and analyze results on various scientific topics.

  • Nature/garden based exploration that builds science skills while inspiring young people to connect to local habitats, explore biodiversity, and engage in citizen-science projects.

  • Explorations include gardening, cooking, natural art, planning and running farmers markets and nature exploration walks.

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

Cost: $1,080

tuesday/wednesday

Math

Grade 3-4

9:00 - 11:00

(play time @ 10:30)

  • 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.

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

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

Cost: $860

Tuesday/Wednesday

Innovation Workshop

and Team Building

Grade 3-4

10:30 - 12:30

(play time @ 10:30)

  • Project based class invites designers, engineers, builders and scientists at all levels to create!

  • Apply lifelong critical thinking and innovation skills in the classroom and beyond while challenging them to solve complex problems through design-thinking and STEAM.

  • Learn how to increase a team’s cohesiveness, productivity, and efficiency by coming up with activities that require members to work together.

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

Cost: $860

Tuesday/Wednesday

Social Studies

Grade 3-4

12:30 - 3:00

(play time @ 12:30)

  • Learn about the diverse nations of California Indians with a focus of legends. Explore how they depended on, adapted to, and modified the physical environment.

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

  • Incorporate and provide work samples for social studies, geography, language arts, and include field trips to Maidu Museum and Historical Site, Sutter’s Fort, and the State Indian Museum.

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

Cost: $1,080

thursday/Friday

Words Study Workshop

Grade 3-4

9:00 - 11:00

(play time @ 10:30)

  • Building a foundation for word and letter-sound learning through word study focus: examining spelling patterns across words, vowel alternations, vocabulary development, and word play.

  • 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: $860

thursday/Friday

Science/Gardening/Cooking

Grade 3-4

10:30 - 12:30

(play time @ 10:30)

  • Students will immerse themselves in the natural world through observations, investigations and critical thinking while engaging in the world of science around them.

  • Nature/garden based exploration that builds science skills while inspiring young people to connect to local habitats, explore biodiversity, and engage in citizen-science projects.

  • Explorations include gardening, cooking,natural art, planning and running farmers markets and nature exploration walks.

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

Cost: $860

Thursday/Friday

Reading & Writing Workshop

Grade 3-4

12:30 - 3:00

(play time @ 12:30)

  • Creative writing during Writer's Workshop allows students the freedom to discover who they are as writers while exploring topics that interest them.

  • Using writing and reading for a purpose with a blend of student-choice and teacher directed activities: 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.

  • Coming to know ourselves as readers by exploring elements of literature, expository texts and engaging in book club discussions and projects.

  • Developing 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: $1,080

Full time enrollment

Tuesday to Friday

Grade 1-4

9-3

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: $4,320

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 pre-registration form to reserve a space now.

If you have any further questions, please email contact@yourrcs.org.

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