• Clubs and Extracurricular Activities

  • Sign-Up Information about our clubs can be found here.

  • Kindness Club

    For K-3 Students.

    Your child will be a part of the Kindness Squad, who works together to spread acts of kindness throughout the school. We will collaborate on where we see a need for more kindness at Rosebud and we will work together to implement change through small acts of kindness.

    Sponsored by Ms.Knudsen, Ms. McFarland, and Ms.Kat.

  • Music Clubs

    Music Clubs are sponsored by Mrs. Northover.

    Semester 1:

    For students in Grades 3-5.

    We will sing and play music from around the world. Students will also have the opportunity to play recorders, drums, xylophones, ukuleles and more.  If you love to sing and play instruments, this is the place for you. Students enrolled in Music Club will get to perform in school and community events.

    Semester 2:

    For students in Grades 4 and 5.

    Students will learn piano skills, techniques, & theory including; how to read notes on a staff & how to identify intervals by ear. Students will learn about the keyboard, its parts & how to form different types of chords in various keys on the piano keyboard. The club will also integrate music technology (coding, beatmaking, and songwriting).

  • Sewing Club

    For students in grades 3-5.

    The purpose of this club is to learn the basics of needlework and sewing in a fun and encouraging club atmosphere. Boys and girls will learn to use a sewing machine and other tools with supervision. Boys and girls will learn to navigate the world of needlework: crochet, sewing.

    Sponsored by Ms.Gomes

  • Boys Soccer Club

    Boys Soccer Club is a soccer club for boys in grades 3-5. 

    Students will learn how to play soccer, build teamwork skills, sportsmanship skills, but most importantly, have fun!  Students must have good behavior during school hours to participate in this club.

    Sponsored by Mr. Chima

  • Girls Soccer Club

    Girls Soccer Club is a soccer club for girls in grades 3-5. 

    Students will learn how to play soccer, build teamwork skills, sportsmanship skills, but most importantly have fun. Students must have good behavior during school hours to participate in this club.

    Advisor: Ms. Winegarner

  • F.L.A.M.E.

    F.L.A.M.E. stands for Financial Literacy and Modern Economics and is open to students in grades 4 & 5. 

    FLAME (Financial Literacy and Modern Economics) Club is a fun way to learn about financial literacy in the 4th and 5th grades! Members will participate in hands-on learning activities and attend presentations from our partners in the community. Not only will students build real world knowledge and skills, but we will enjoy snacks and fellowship together. If your child wants to participate in an engaging way to build financial literacy skills, this club is for them!

    Sponsored by Ms. Freeman

  • Our Girls Are Pearls

    Open to current 4th & 5th graders, Our Girls Are Pearls provides a leadership program for elementary-level girls to prepare themselves physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually for their transition from childhood to preteen.

    Membership eligibility includes application and teacher recommendation. 

    Through their attendance at monthly meetings, the girls will experience a series of sessions that promote learning who they are as individuals, working as a team, solving problems through conflict resolution, understanding the importance of giving back to the community, and more. 

    Our Girls Are Pearls meets twice a month on Wednesdays from 3:15 PM to 4:15 PM, and annual membership dues are $15.00.

    Advisor: Ms. Dickson

    Program Goal

    To provide a leadership program for elementary-level girls to prepare themselves physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually for their transition from childhood to preteen.

    Program Overview

    The girls will attend monthly meetings. They will go through a series of sessions of learning who they are as individuals,  working as a team, solving problems through conflict resolution, and understanding the importance of giving back to the community, and more. 

    In order for the girls to earn their string of pearls, they have to complete all 6 Pearl checkpoints throughout the school year:


    Program Objectives

    ¨ To enhance participants’ awareness of social etiquette and the benefits of its application to their life.

    ¨ To increase participants' knowledge and awareness of self and examine the role of mass media’s influences on teens.

    ¨ To reinforce and promote respect, accountability, choices, and excellence.

    ¨ To enhance participants’ awareness of their role in the development of their community and friendships.

    ¨ To inspire college and career-minded thinking.

    ¨ To direct participants’ interests and attitudes toward creative self-expression as a meaningful vehicle for personal development.

     

  • Scholars of Excellence

    Scholars of Excellence is a club for boys in grades 4 & 5 which provides mentoring through sports and other activities to enhance social and academic development. 

    The goal of the club is to help boys build self-confidence and discipline, and to develop into well-rounded young men.  Interested students should pick up and complete a club application from coach Vernet.  

    Meeting Dates: Thursdays

    Meeting Time: 3:15-4:30 pm

    Meeting Place: Rosebud ES Gymnasium

    Advisors: Mr. Vernet, Mr. Graham. and Mr. Legier

  • Student Council

    Student Council is an organization that allows students in grades 4-5 the opportunity to be school leaders as they learn about leadership and leadership positions. 

    Students will organize and participate in school activities and service projects as well as contribute to school spirit and community welfare.

    Meeting Dates: Every other Thursday (See flyer for details)

    Meeting Time: 3:15 – 4:30 pm  

    Advisors: Ms. Sewell, and Ms. Gibson

  • Cheerleading Club

    Cheerleading Club is a club for students in grades 3-5 who want to learn about cheerleading. 

    RES Cheer Squad aims to help 3rd-5th graders gain confidence and discipline. From learning cheers to boosting school spirit. The Cheer squad will have a max of 30 students. Cheerleading is a fun sport where students can be themselves among others who share their interests.

    Sponsored by Ms. Tate and Ms.Graves