Welcome Back to School
Fall Registration is OPEN!
Soccer Registration Open NOW
Soccer for 11/10 is being held today.
No school 11/11. No classes will be held.
Fall Registration is now OPEN! Please register and pay to reserve your spot.
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Join us for a new enrichment program at Ross Recreation, presented by the Bay Area Discovery Museum. This two hour program will combine developmentally appropriate, child-directed and process-based activities that foster 21st century skills like creativity, collaboration and communication, with opportunities for outdoor exploration and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning. Each class in the 4-week series will feature novel materials and tools. Experienced educators from the Bay Area Discovery Museum will document the children’s learning along the way, developing curriculum to suit their interests.
Magic and stage presence is a simple and fun way for children to learn magic. The participants of this class will learn 12 magic tricks. In addition to magic secrets they will be instructed on how to have stage presence and confidence while performing these amazing magic illusions. The class is perfect for a shy or exuberant child, it helps bring the shy children out of their shell and gives the exuberant kids and outlet to play. When the children become more confident in performing and public speaking they become more confident in life.
Students will learn basic woodworking skills and the safe use of hand tools in a group setting. **All material fees are included in the cost of the class. Instructor Nat Davis creates a fun, hands on work environment where the learning is driven by the students motivation to create fun, functional and beautiful woodshop projects. Students choose from an array of projects and are encouraged to invent and design their own projects. Younger or beginner students make rubber band powered paddle boats, trucks, planes, birdhouses. Advanced or older students choose and or design cd racks, skim boards, bike ramps and basic furniture.
An after school program to complement the early morning program offered by Ross School.
This Introduction to Spanish class is a lively & friendly approach to making students feel comfortable with learning another language. It meets 5 times per week for different grade levels to reinforce the learning and memory. We use drawing and games to make this hands-on class fun! Studies and research show that young children learn language best when under 10 years of age.
Our Early Childhood Mandarin class is focused on getting children excited about learning Chinese and preparing them for our more rigorous academic program in later grades. We introduce students to the four main skills of language acquisition: speaking, writing, listening, and reading. This is a highly interactive class where students are actively engaged and encouraged to participate. Limited spaces available.
Academic Chess is designed for everyone from the beginner to the advanced player. With our innovative teaching methods, attendees will learn the basic principles behind the opening game, middle game tactics/objectives, and endgame strategies.
Learning this ancient game, participants will develop patience, foster critical thinking skills, and understand that decisions result in consequences. All participants will receive our exclusive workbooks.
Jeff Rosen, is accepting beginning to advanced drum students at A Drummers Tradition in San Rafael. Learn the basic fundamentals of technique, reading and rhythm concepts needed for today's drumming.
Jeff has been actively playing drums with the band "Pocket Change" for the past 15 years and has over 20 years experience teaching drumming.
Upon registration, contact will be given to set up day and time of lessons.
Another exciting and competitive basketball season is upon us! Jean Marc's classes cover all of the fundamentals of this popular winter sport. Shooting, passing and team skills will be taught. Don't get left out!
League price INCLUDES mandatory clinic at Redwood High on Dec. 6th, 9-12noon, with Varsity coaches and their teams (clinics determine team placement). Volunteer coaches are REQUIRED for all teams. If you can coach, contact the office after registering your child. Price includes Sunday 12/6's clinic, practice, games & shirt.
Boys and Girls games will be held on Saturdays. No games on 1/16, 2/13 or 2/20. Season ends March 5th.
When Fall Boys & Girls-Basketball season begins and your Kindergartner and 1st grader now has an opportunity to be a part of this fun and exciting game. Jean Marc Schafer will introduce the fundamentals of the game, working on mostly ball handling skills through a series of games. Come and join the fun!
Ross Recreation welcomes All West Lacrosse to teach the fastest Growing game in America!
This 8-week program is designed to provide young players with the fundamentals needed to develop their lacrosse and athletic skills in a fun safe environment. Each session will begin with "drills and skills" that will help players work on the fundamentals of the game including: cradling, scooping, throwing, shooting, catching and more. Each session concludes with games to reward players for their participation. All West Lacrosse staff encourages each child, building self-confidence as they develop eye-hand coordination. Teamwork, good sportsmanship and "living RAE" (Resprct, Attitude, Effort) are reinforced in this active program.
We are delighted to have a spectacular staff from the Dance Arts Studios of San Rafael join us to teach the fall Ballroom Dance class. They are experienced in teaching children and teenagers throughout the Bay Area. Children are required to dress up for dancing class. Boys should wear a jacket, tie and dress shoes; girls should wear dresses and dress shoes. No black rubber soles on shoes. Parents are required to chaperone at least once during the season (and it is FUN)! Please call the office with the dates you can chaperone. Class size is limited.
Parents requested this again and again so we are continuing to bring back our etiquette expert who is a graduate of The Protocol School of Washington. She has appeared on "Good Morning America", KRON, KPIX, KGO, KTVU and KQED.
If your child had never attended an etiquette class, this is the one-time workshop not to miss for your child to gain the basics to self introductions, handshaking, eye contact, and other tips on attending parties with or without parents. An introduction to basic table manners from start to finish, including a 3-course tutorial dinner. Parents are encouraged to attend (one parent per child), although kids may enroll without a parent.
Parents have been asking for follow-up etiquette classes so here it is! This new sessions is a Part 2 class for a child who has already taken the Good Manners & Dinning Etiquette class in the past and now wants to continue adding new skills. The workshop begins with a review of what was thought in the first class -- as a baseline -- then moves into new areas, including interviewing skills for high school, jobs and college. This again includes a 3-course tutorial meal with added new tips on the many subtleties of dining etiquette.
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Kids Club is a safe, reliable and affordable after school program at Ross School that provides a fun and warm environment for kids to learn and play and grow while developing their social skills and building relationships with others.
Ross Recreation offers Junior Tennis for kids between the ages of 5-14. Tennis in Marin coaches in conjunction with the USTA have now been using modified tennis balls, court sizes, and smaller rackets with great success. These new changes have allowed kids to rally and play real tennis points at an early age. They have set up a system where different colored balls are used at corre- sponding age levels to allow more of a natural progression toward learning the sport of tennis. When kids are successful they are having fun, and when they are having fun, they are usually suc- cessful. It works both ways.
Creative classes of all types: sewing, wheel throwing & more.
Dan Ferrando: First step soccer is where Dan introduces kids to the great game os soccer through fun games and drills. Players will be instructed to use both feet, suing insides, outsides and bottoms. All drills will be age and ability appropriate, with our focus on building your child's confidence. Players are taught through cooperation, discipline, and focus which also benefits them in life. NextStepSoccer Academy is for players who truly love the sport and want to improve their performance. We know athletes develop more quickly in small groups, allowing for more individual attention. These players focus on further developing their foot skills while gaining more knowledge of team play and how the game is played.
Jean Marc Shafer's soccer sells out every year so sign up now. This instructional program emphasizes the basic skills in passing, dribbling, shooting, trapping, heading, and tactics for both offensive and defensive play. Parents are essential for Saturday morning coaching. Saturday games will be September 27-November 15. Each child receives an official team soccer shirt.
A Music Together class is a community of families sharing songs, instrument play, rhythm chants and movement activities in a relaxed, playful, non-performance setting. Music is learned through developmentally appropriate activities that support and respect the unique learning styles of very young children.