After School Enrichment
Rossmoor Elementary School is proud to offer students the opportunity to attend fee-based after school classes during the school year. Beginning in September and continuing throughout the year, students will be able to attend a variety of enrichment activities. Please check the office for details.
The Youth Center offers instrumental music instruction on Tuesdays for students in all grades. Students are introduced to string or wind instruments and may participate in the district Learner's Orchestra. This is a year-long program that begins in late September. Students signed up for this program may join the Learner's Orchestra for an additional fee.
Los Alamitos Education Foundation (LAEF)
Going Beyond the Bell to Enhance Educational Excellence!
The Los Alamitos Educational Foundation (LAEF) is the non-profit partner of Los Alamitos Unified School District. LAEF provides both significant funding to the district in critical areas impacting all students, and provides educational opportunities to help prepare every child in the district for college and beyond. Check out www.LAEF4Kids.org/donate to see how contributions have impacted our schools!
LAEF offers a variety of after-school enrichment courses right here at Rossmoor Elementary. The fall session runs from mid-September to December, and the spring session runs from mid-January until May. Classes are taught by credentialed or highly qualified instructors with class sizes of 17 kids or less. For more information, visit www.LAEF4Kids.org/AfterSchool.
LAEF also offers many summer programs, including the Summer Enrichment Institute, Summer Camps in the Arts, Summer Sports Camps, and high school for-credit classes. Go to www.LAEF4Kids.org/summer for the latest information.
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FIBO Art Classes
Our students learn about 3 different genres of art throughout the school year. In each session, students learned about a specific artist in a specific genre at our school assembly and in-school art class with their classrooms. The after school program is an extension of learning about the artist as well as other famous of the same time period. Students will learn to use different artistic techniques in each trimester depending on the focus.
Thursdays for grades K-5. Students learn chess strategies that have kept chess a popular game for hundreds of years. Through lessons, workbooks, and mini-tournaments, kids are given the tools they need to become "Chessmonsters," the highest level an Academic Chess student can achieve. Chess is usually offered in winter and spring.