Rymfire students are encouraged to participate in the multitude of extracurricular activities offered before and after school throughout the year. These activities give students the opportunity to explore their interests while developing leadership skills. Please browse through the activities available to determine which one is right for your student.
|Activity||Grade Levels||Estimated Time Frame/Schedule||Coaches/Coordinator(s)||Description|
1st & Last Friday Each Month
|Ms. Doutrick||In K-Kids clubs worldwide, more than 36,000 children are learning leadership through service. They're taking on the responsibility of running a K-Kids club as they plan and participate in community service projects.|
|Writing Club||4-6||2nd & 4th Tuesday Each Month October through March||Ms. Bury & Ms. Doutrick||This club is in connection with the Josh Crews writing project. The club inspires young authors by giving them a means by which they can write their own stories and even have them published.|
Monday mornings for 2nd and 3rd/ Friday mornings for 3rd-5th
Each Semester from 8:00-9:00 am
|Ms. Doutrick||The dance club is a great way to get some exercise in the am. Students typically perform at some point at an RES event.|
|Yearbook||5th & 6th||
5th Grade meet once a week during a lunch
6th grade meet from 3:30-4:15 Monday afternoons
|Ms. Tahan & Ms. Harding-Zimmerlee||Students work with coordinators to plan out yearbook, take student life, club, faculty & staff pictures and collaborate with others on the school yearbook.|
|TWTR News Crew||4-6||
Students work in smaller groups on a rotational weekly basis.
|Ms. Tahan||Students help produce a daily news show. The show is audio only Monday-Thursday and a live show is produced each Friday. Students may also be entered into the statewide Jim Harbin Media Festival.|
|RoboRunners Robotics Club||4-6||
Wed. or Th.
|Ms. Tahan & Ms. Bury|
|Principal Advisory||4-6||Principal's Advisory is a group of students from Grades 4-6 (one student from each class) that meets monthly during lunch. The students meet with administration to discuss school related issues such as safety, discipline, Flagship Program, and activities on campus. They give a perspective from the student's point of view and then take information back to classmates.|