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Extracurricular Activities

Afterschool Enrichment Program Courses

3:15 – 4:15 p.m. | schedule varies
(fees apply)

Afterschool Enrichment Program (AEP) courses offer instruction for Rossman students wishing to participate in a specialized activity. Courses vary by grade level and may include such options as art, cooking, dance, filmmaking, foreign languages, music, robotics, sewing, and theatre.

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Afterschool Sports 

3:15 – 4:15 p.m. | 2 days per week
(free)

The Afterschool Sports program is offered for free by Rossman’s own physical education teachers to students in grades 3 through 6. Though primarily a recreational program, some inter-school competition is offered. The following sports are covered throughout the year.

Lacrosse/Field Hockey Soccer Flag Football
Volleyball Tumbling Dance
Hockey Basketball Racket Sports
Track & Field Softball Fitness

 

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Rossman Singers

3:15 – 4:15 p.m. | 1 day per week
(free)

Rossman Singers is offered for free by Rossman’s own music teacher to students in grades 5 and 6. Students learn music of different genres and styles while gaining confidence as performers. Rossman Singers also give back to the community by performing at outside venues.

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Student Council

schedule varies
(free)

Student Council gives children the opportunity to assume a leadership role within the school. Students in grades 3 through 6 elect one boy and one girl to serve as their representatives. The eight members of the Student Council meet regularly to plan activities that promote school spirit and encourage community service. They also lead Monday Morning Gatherings and school assemblies, welcome classroom visitors and manage fundraising efforts.

Scouting

schedule varies
(fees apply)

Rossman offers a Cub Scout pack and Girl Scout troop through the leadership of parents in the school. The number of young alumni who become Eagle Scouts is a significant statement about the commitment of parents, the interest of the children and the effectiveness of this program.

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