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RISE Keppel and Wilsona Track Meet

Ryan Nelson

Join us in cheering on the students from Alpine, Antelope, Challenger MS, Daisy Gibson, Keppel Academy, Lake LA, and Pearblossom in a fun track meet.   

Registration begins at 7:00a

First race 8:00a

 

RISE Summer Program starting June 2018

Ryan Nelson

In partnership with the Castaic Union School District, RISE is offering 9 weekly themed summer programs. 

  • 9 Weekly Themes 
  • Fun and enriching field trips
  • Lunch and snacks provided every day
  • Lively games and activities
  • Swimming every week at Castaic Aquatic Center 1-3pm (Tuesdays for grades K-2 and Wednesdays for grades 3-6)
  • Camp hours 8:30a-4:00p (extended program hours available 6:30a-6:15p)
  • Flexible registration options:  Register for 1 week at a time and choose the number of days each week (minimum of 2 days/week required)
  • Costs include admission to field trips, transportation, lunches, and snacks
  • Discounts for students enrolled in the RISE Before and After School Program, CUSD Students, Educators, Law enforcement, Firefighters, and Military
    *20% Maximum discount (25% for students enrolled in RISE Before and After School Program)

Basketball and Spanish Clubs starting at Castaic Elementary School on 9/13/17

Ryan Nelson

We are excited to announce two after-school clubs starting Wednesday 9/13/17 at Castaic Elementary:

Spanish club will introduce Spanish Language to the students teaching basic words, principles, and concepts.  The club will start September 13th and will meet every Wednesday for six weeks. The last day of class will be October 18th. The Spanish Class teacher is a credentialed teacher with a Bilingual certificate. Cost: $65

Spanish (Grades K-2) 12:55-1:50p
Spanish (Grades 3-6) 1:55-2:50p

Basketball club will be skills based, giving the students a chance to learn both the basic skills of basketball and competition skills.  The club will start September 13th and will meet every Wednesday for six weeks. The last day of practice will be October 18th.
Cost:  $70 (t-shirt included)
Basketball (Grades 3-6) 12:55-1:50p

Basketball (Grades K-2) 1:55-2:50p

Drama club at Keppel Academy to perform Thursday, November 17th at 5:00pm

Ryan Nelson

Congratulations to the Drama Club at Keppel Academy on their great performance of Bedtime Stories (As Told by Our Dad)(Who Messed Them Up) on Thursday, November 17th at 5:00pm in the auditorium.  

Play Details: It's Dad's turn to tell his three rambunctious kids their bedtime stories, but when he gets fuzzy on the details, the classics get creative: a prince with a snoring problem spices up The Princess and The Pea, The Boy Who Cried Wolf cries dinosaur instead, and Rumpelstiltskin helps turn all that pesky gold into straw. You may think you know your fairy tales, but not the way Dad tells them.

 

RISE Palmdale Elementary Basketball Tournament 2/26/16

Ryan Nelson

The students from Golden Poppy, Manzanita, Mesquite, and Tumbleweed showed sportsmanship, school spirit, and their baseball skills at the 2/26/16 basketball tournament at Golden Poppy Elementary.  

Thank you to everyone that came out to support the students!  Congratulations to the Mesquite team who faced a lot of great competition on the road to winning first place.  

Animal Education at Piute Middle School

Ryan Nelson

The RISE Piute students got up close and personal in their animal education presentation on December 8.  The students learned about the habitat and lifestyles of alpacas, tortoises, chickens, goats, and rabbits in a hands-on environment.  

Congratulations to the Boys and Girls Volleyball players

Ryan Nelson

Congratulations to the Keppel Union School District boys and girls from Alpine, Antelope, Daisy Gibson, Keppel Academy, Lake Los Angeles, and Pearblossom schools who participated in the 10/3 and 11/14 volleyball tournaments! 

The Alpine boys and Keppel Academy girls faced a lot of strong competition on their way to first place victories. 

 

Mesquite Elementary Youth Council practices their video journalism skills

Ryan Nelson

The RISE students at Mesquite Elementary elect grade level representatives to the program's Youth Council.  The Youth Council has the opportunity to practice their interviewing and storytelling skills by producing the program's news cast.  With the help of the program staff and parent volunteers the students document the program's news, interview staff and students, and even create very imaginative commercial breaks.  Great job Mesquite Youth Council!

Tumbleweed Elementary students practice "Paying It Forward"

Ryan Nelson

The students in the RISE After School Program at Tumbleweed have been learning about different acts of kindness and caring. We started a program in which students are in charge of collecting pennies.  A plastic 16 oz jar is provided to each student, the students decorate them any way they choose. These jars are called the "Pay it Forward" penny jars.  Nothing more than pennies is accepted or allowed. This is not a fund raiser. These pennies are collected weekly by the Program Instructor and distributed at the end of each month to a charitable organization chosen by the winning class.  The message we want our students to learn is: Each penny is a small act of kindness and each small act can add up to a big difference