Clubs & Leadership Roles
A key part of growing at Rainbow Elementary is learning to work with others. Our students have countless opportunities to grow as friends, young learners, and teammates. We encourage our students to not only find their voices, but also to share them with their community.Rainbow students are more than just young learners, they are activists, athletes, actors, and authors. They celebrate culture, catch fish, and create art. They are leaders, readers, and eaters. Whatever your passion, there is a way to indulge it at Rainbow Elementary School, through our wide range of clubs.
The mission of Rainbow’s Girls Club for fourth- and fifth-grade females is to inspire and enable our young learners, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.
Every Tuesday, 3-4:30 PM
Rainbow’s Art Club is for young learners, grades 3-5, who love art and want to work on extra art projects throughout the year. It provides a creative outlet for students, and a place where they can get assistance and feedback on their art work. They can show and grow their skills, and be around other artists.
Every Thursday, 3-4 PM
Rainbow’s Science Club offers hands-on experience with various disciplines in science to students in grades 3-4. The club is a great place to make new friends in the midst of challenge and learning. Young learners can explore their own interests in science and expand their knowledge while having fun.
Every Thursday, 3-4 PM
This is a weekly after-school group for male students that centers around building relationships. The Rainbow Boys Club will work to help young men learn conflict resolution, sportsmanship, professionalism, and much more.
Every Tuesday, 3-4 PM
The purpose of the Rainbow Run Club is to promote physical fitness, the enjoyment of participating in an activity with classmates, and to end the day with some fun. The Run Club is for all K-5 students. Whether someone runs one lap a day or four is not important. Trying your best is what counts!
Begins at the end of April
This is open to all students in grades 3-5. These students are encouraged to be the leaders of the school. They are taught how to promote kindness and Rainbow Ready behavior. They practice communication skills, growth mindset, resilience, promote hard work and focus on celebrating the diversity of our school.
Every Wednesday during lunch