Ross Recreation Programs for Children Ages 3-15
The Ross Recreation Department offers fun, learning and innovative programs that build character, provided by an institution that is highly organized, with great instructors and which nurtures a sense of neighborliness in our community.
Hip Hop is an ever-popular street dance that cultivates body control, creativity, and community! In this 10-week workshop, children of all levels will learn rhythm, choreography, precise footwork, upper body strength for breaking, stage presence, and the history of Hip Hop culture.
Students will use Adobe Photoshop (from the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite) to create and manipulate different photos. Students can adjust their own face to look like an alien or monster, or “clone” themselves multiple times in a scene.
Students will use the program Multimedia Scratch to create their own 2D Platform game. Levels will be fully designed from background to characters and then programmed using a series of if/then statements. The final product will be a fully functional game with lives, enemies, and goals.
Pre-ballet classes introduce the dancer to the art of ballet through learning beginning technique (arm position, position of the feet, beginning steps, body placement), as well as fantasy and imagination exercises. The dancers will develop physically, strengthening motor skills, coordination and flexibility. They will discover a command of their bodies while developing confidence in their ability to move. These classes encourage musicality and imagination, as well as develop a passion for dance.
If your child has 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.
Dance Arts Studios of San Rafael is back to teach the fall Ballroom Dance class. They are experienced in teaching children and teenagers throughout the Bay Area.
Children are asked to dress up each week. Boys should wear a jacket, tie and dress shoes; girls should wear dresses and dress shoes.
Art with Casey
Art with Casey class will focus on a variety of different mediums: from collage to charcoal and from watercolor to colored pencils we will experiment explore and learn shading, painting, perspective, and sketching. We will utilize these skills to create finished pieces of work. We will also have fun doing warm-up games like Simon says draw, collaboration imagination projects, create your own superhero, monsters, animals, abstract works and more.
Come and sew with us! In this fashion design class students sew and design fashionable accessories. They will choose to sew their own hat, scarf, mittens, and bag. They will practice both hand stitch and on a sewing machine.
Join us for this great opportunity to introduce your child to sewing!
Kids Club is an on-site after school program offered at Ross School for grades K-5. Following the Ross School calendar, care begins on all regular school days at “dismissal time.”
Kindergarteners are met each day at their classroom and walked to our room.
Kids Club works seamlessly with other Ross Rec enrichment classes – we escort your child to and from other classes occurring on the same day!
Sandrick's Sports Early Release
Join Sandrick Jackson in the Ross School gym on early release Wednesdays for lots of fun and games!
Dodgeball, tag games, indoor soccer, hockey, basketball and more. A Ross School favorite, this program always fills. Register early and don’t miss out!
Ross Recreation is pleased to continue working with 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 and safe environment.
This program is where many of our students experience a soccer atmosphere for the first time. These athletes are our youngest in the Academy and are a joy to introduce the game to. Here, they are challenged with fun drills requiring them to think on their own (decision-making), and use both feet (insides, outsides, and bottoms). All drills are age-appropriate and achievable and intended to boost their self-confidence.
Group lesson. Usage of special equipment designed for this age group. Introduction to tennis with simple activities and games that produce both fun and early motor skill development.
Holly’s camps are offered for the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and the winter holiday.
Our registration database is tracking all unpaid sign ups. You have 48 hours to pay for any pending registrations or they will be AUTOMATICALLY DELETED by our system. We cannot hold a spot for you in a program if the registration deletes.
Please be sure to pay upon registration to secure your spot in the programs you have selected.
About Ross Rec
Ross Recreation is a Department of the Town of Ross. It was formed in 1972 to provide recreational enrichment and community service for the residents of Ross and their neighbors. The department has grown from just a handful of classes to more than 100 classes per year for infants to Seniors.
Our Tax ID is 94-6001436.
During the school year: Monday-Thursday,
9:00am-4:00pm, we are closed Fridays.
Summer Hours: vary by day
We are located at Ross School next to the Gym in Room A-106. Look for ROSS RECREATION on the building.