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Our after school program is open to students in grades 2nd through 5th. Applications for the ASES Program are located in the school office. We contract with the Coachella Valley Recreation District to provide quality services for participants. Students in the extended day program receive homework help, structured physical activity, art classes with a balanced focus on art history as well as student production, various field trips, STEM Education, and many other wonderful opportunities.

For more information regarding our ASES Program, contact

ASES Site Director, Laura Prado @ [email protected]



Students working on a STEM Challenge

Students working on a STEM Challenge


Science, Engineering, Math and Technology, known as S.T.E.M. is project based educational curriculum, that enables students to learn about these areas through a hands on approach. S.T.E.M. education creates critical thinkers, increases science literacy, and enables the next generation of innovators. Innovation leads to new products and processes that sustain our economy. It provides our student the opportunity to develop an understanding of S.T.E.M. topics by using standards-based, structured, inquiry-based, and real world problem-based learning, S.T.E.M. programs are designed to help students succeed in this new information-based and highly technological society.

Robotics is offered in our after school ASES program, for 4th and 5th grade students. Students in the upper grades have had opportunities to engage in S.T.E.M. related topics during Saturday Academy. More S.T.E.M. Programs will be opening up for students soon.

S.T.E.M in Action at Roosevelt

Click the links below to see Coding Projects created by 5th grade students

Paddle Game designed during Saturday Academy

Hide and Seek Game designed during Saturday Academy

Saturday Enrichment Academy

Saturday Academy provides engaging, educational enrichment instruction to students in kindergarten through 5th grade, for students who have one or more absences from school. Students will work with a teacher on enrichment activities that may include student adventures in robotics, computer technology, the arts, sciences, character education, and physical education, as well as hands-on, interactive lessons reinforcing basic academic skills. A permission slip is required for student participation at each session.Check the school calendar for upcoming dates.

Student Council

The Roosevelt Rams' Student Council focuses on involving students in positively shaping the school culture and climate. Fourth and fifth grade students learn to conduct a formal meeting as they serve as officers. There are numerous sub-committees (Wellness Committee, Student Support Committee, Social Events and Activities) which allows students in grades 3 through 5 to offer their unique strengths and skills to serve the learning community. Teachers serve as mentors to support student officers, as well as each subcommittee, in putting ideas into action. Each 3rd through 5th grade classroom has a teacher assigned advisor, providing further opportunities for the student-body.

For more information regarding our Student Council, contact

Student Council Advisor, Ms. Rosado

Health, Nutrition, and Physical Activity

Sport Leagues and Teams

Coach Reynolds provides seasonal sports opportunities for students to compete against peers from neighboring schools with a focus on skill development and sportsmanship. Sporting events take place after school and, at times, during the weekend. The program is open to any and all students, who are interested in participating, no prior experience is required to play.

The soccer and basketball leagues participate in the district wide elementary school tournaments at the local high schools, each year.

Current After School Sports Leagues

Begins in January

Girl's Soccer

Boy's Soccer

Begins in February

Co-Ed Basketball

Begins in the spring

5K Running Team


The Ram Mile Club works to promote physical activity among the learning community at Roosevelt. Students, staff, and parents receive highly motivating incentives as they complete each mile. The walking club meets every morning from 7:10-7:30 on the field. The RAM Mile Club also received grants, enabling the runners to participates in the Marathon KIds Program and the UNICEF Kids Power Program. Find out more about each program below or by clicking the Program Logos below.

Marathon Kids Logo

Find out more about the Marathon Kids Program here

UNICEF Kids Power Icon

Find out more about UNICEF KIDS POWER here

Marathon Kids Program

Roosevelt Received a grant from the Nike Marathons Kids Program, which has provided Ram Mile Club Members with awards and prizes for completing marathons, 26.2 Miles. Students receive a Marathon Kids T-Shirt that shows they completed the equivalent amount of miles it takes to complete a marathon, 26.2 miles. They receive shoe laces, and other Nike products for each additional marathon they complete.


The first 30 students to complete 26.2 miles doing laps through the Ram Mile CLUB, earn Fit Kids Power bands, which is a watch and step calculator. The more active the students are the more food packets we can earn for the UNICEF Program, to feed children in third world country. The more our students move, the more lives they are saving. This program is a great opportunity for our students to have a positive global impact.

How UNICEF Kids Power Works

How the UNICEF Kids Power Program works

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