Santa Rosa Academy offers a wide range of clubs for students to participate in.
|Gaming Club, Lunch, Mr. Fisher, #5208||
Collision Crew, Tuesday & Wednesday at Lunch and/or Afterschool, Mrs. Reed, Ampitheater or Santa Rosa Room
|Collision Crew, Tuesday & Wednesday at Lunch and/or Afterschool, Mrs. Reed, Ampitheater or Santa Rosa Room||Key Club, Lunch (2nd and 4th week)||Chess Club, Lunch (Every other Friday opposite of Cooking Club), Ms. Castellanos #5203|
Lunch, Mrs. Fearing, #5102
|Writer's Block Unlocked, Lunch (1st and 3rd Tuesday of the Month), Mrs. Hartman #5105||Spanish Club, Every other Wednesday at Lunch, Mrs. Galicia #5206||Anime Club, Lunch, Mrs. Shea #5210||Drama Club, Lunch, Mrs. Shea #5210 or Santa Rosa Room|
|Media Tech Club, Lunch, Mr. Sandoval #5202||Gaming Club, Lunch, Mr. Fisher, #5208||Media Tech Club, Lunch, Mr. Sandoval #5202|
|Art Club, After School, Mrs. Fearing, #5102||
Student Venture, Lunch, Mrs. Jenkins #5106 (HS), Mrs. Williams (MS) #4204
Crochet Club, 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm, Suzie Karman email@example.com
After School Clubs
Bringing the “Old fashioned art and crafts” to the “ New Millennian Children”
The After School Art Program is structured but relaxed, and is designed to teach children:
Students will learn:
Fundamental Skills of visual arts
Art concepts and techniques while exposing them to different kinds of art materials.
The value of responsibility, patience, and originality
How one problem can have many solutions
To celebrate our uniqueness
How creative thought can provide balance
Art Mediums Explored:
Instructed and Organized by: Professional Fine Artist Ines Miller.
Ines Miller is experienced in a variety of mediums such as oils, acrylics, graphite, color pencil, pen & ink & digital art painting. Many of her art pieces had been prized with honors and awards, her artwork is collected national and international, as far as Hong Kong and the Netherlands.
For more detail Information visit www.menifeekidsartcamp.com.
This is a free club with material fees only.
Where: SRA Library (inside/outside at the back patio)
When: Each Thursday beginning September 14th (initial meeting); September 21, 1st Crochet day. Crochet Club will not meet on minimum days and holidays. September 21, 1st Crochet day. Crochet Club will not meet on minimum days and holidays.
Time: Students can attend anytime between 2pm and 3:30pm.
Each class ends: 4:30pm.
Pick-up: At the back gate (since school closes at 3:30pm)
Parents: Welcomed and encouraged to stay and join in.
Instructor: Suzie Karman
Crochet is a yarn art that’s not only fun and easy, but is also considered therapeutic because it’s relaxing! Students gain a sense of accomplishment as they create many projects with hooks and yarn.
For the Beginners: Offered to age 8 and up.
In the first class, you receive your beginning items and will learn about the materials used in the art of crochet, including types of yarn and threads and what they are best suited for. You will also learn about the first two stitches: the chain and the single crochet, and how these stitches are applied and used in various works. You’ll begin your first project.