Extracurricular activities typically take place outside of the regular school day, either before or after school, or at times, over the lunch time in place of recess. These activities can change from year to year and vary from school to school. For more information, contact the teacher listed in charge or the school front office.
Extracurricular clubs at Rockland School are listed below.
Instrumental Music is also a great way to get involved.
|Morning Broadcast||Fifth Grade Students produce video announcements for the school.||Mrs. Johnson|
|Games Galore||Students stay after school to play board games with their friends.||
|Math Club (K-2)||Students in K-2 participate in math games and activities.||Mrs. Williams|
Kids in 3rd-5th grade choose a STEM focus and work for several weeks on a selected project.
|Chorus Club||Fourth and fifth grade students learn songs in a chorus setting.||Mrs. Vente|
|Chess Wizards||Students learn the basics of chess in an after school club.||Outside Provider|
|Destination Imagination||A worldwide creative, team-focused, STEAM competition. District 70 students from 3-5 start out competing regionally, then can advance to the state level, and then may reach the global competition.||Mrs. Sundh|
|Digital Storytellers||Fifth grade students learn to tell stories via technology.||Mrs. Sundh|
|Book Club||Students read and discuss books during an lunch/recess club.||Mrs. Johnson|
|Band||Fourth and fifth grade students will get together by grade level to practice their instrument and perform in the band. Lesson times vary.||Mrs. Vente|
|Recess Club||Students participate in indoor activities during recess time.||Mrs. Williams|
|Post Office||Third, fourth, and fifth grade students run the post office with letters that are written by students and teachers at Copeland.||Ms. Ryan|
|Scrapbooking Club||Third, fourth, and fifth grade students make scrapbooks during their lunch/recess blocks. Dates vary.||Mrs. Johnson|
|Student Council||Third, fourth, and fifth grade students get to work on service projects and collaborate on ways to help Copeland.||Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Sundh|
|Basketball (4th)||Fourth grade girls, and fourth grade boys. Practices vary. After school games where K-5 schools play against one another.||
|Basketball (5th)||Fifth grade girls, and fifth grade boys. Practices vary. After school games where K-5 schools play against one another.||Mr. Kolar|
|Cheerleading||Fifth grade students practice and cheer for after-school basketball games.||Mrs. Ryan|
|Intramural Sports||Fourth and firth grade students participate in intramural soccer, floor hockey, and volleyball. Practice times vary based on enrollment numbers for each sport.||
|Continental Math League||All 2nd-5th grade students participate in this math contest within their classroom throughout the year. Students solve higher-level math problems using their problem-solving skills. Students with top cumulative scores are recognized at the Awards Assembly.||Mrs. Salm|
|National Geographic Bee||All 2nd-5th grade students participate in a geography challenge within their classroom. This contest is designed to see how much they know about the geography of the world around them. Students with top scores are recognized at the Awards Assembly.||Mrs. Salm|
|Talent Show||Students perform a variety of acts.||Mr. Baker and Mrs. Wilson|