Care Program

Hours of Operation



Inquirer’s Club

3:30 pm - 6:00* pm

Drop-in attendance is permitted

3:35-4:30 $6.50
3:35-6:00 $10.00

Before School Care

6:45 am

24 hours (business day) advance notice


After School Clubs

3:35 pm - 4:30 pm

Sign up at the beginning of the school year


* a charge of $1.00 per minute will apply for students picked up after 6:00pm
** students attending IQ after a club finishes will be charged an additional $6.50


RASA offers care for students after the end of the school day, beginning at 3:35 pm through 6:00 pm during the school year. Students participate in a number of activities: outdoor/indoor play, crafts, reading time, snack (provided by RASA). Please note, school ends at 3:25 and pick up is from 3:25-3:35. A teacher will escort any student not picked up by 3:35 to Inquirer’s Club and appropriate charges will apply.

Early drop off is also available from 6:45 am with 24-hour business day advance notice. Email or phone RASA, 206-4646 to request before school care. Before school care requests must be confirmed by RASA to ensure appropriate staff will be available to meet your child.


RASA offers a variety of after-school clubs to students in first grade and older. Club offerings vary from year to year depending upon available staff and volunteer skills. Current after-school clubs include STEM, Lego Club, Chess Club, Theater Club, Yoga Club, Newspaper Club, G.A.T.E Club and Sports Club. Clubs end at 4:30 pm.  Each club costs $10 per week. Students not picked up at the end of a club will attend IQ club for an additional fee of $6.50.

STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Students explore science, technology, engineering and math in a nonacademic setting with goals of sparking creativity in problem solving and opening students' eyes to the infinite possibilities within the science fields later in life.

legoLego Club

Activities for all ages focus on creative building, engineering solutions and having fun.  In some years, RASA students have competed in the Junior FIRST LEGO League (Jr.FLL). 

Chess Club

Student meet weekly with a chess coach who teaches progressively advanced techniques and strategies. While novice students are learning the names and correct movements of the pieces on the chess board the more experienced students compete against each other to ‘move up the ladder’ for end-of-the-year awards. Students are tested several times each year to attain colored ribbons, which mark their level of achievement.

yogaTheater Club

Student productions have included:  The Wizard of Oz, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin & Peter Pan.  The students make the set & props, and learn about blocking and character building.

yogaYoga Club

Yoga club is designed to teach students patience and perseverance in a health/fitness related setting. Students push their boundaries and learn that everyone starts somewhere, which applies not only in yoga, but in school as well. Yoga also promotes relaxation through breathing techniques and allows students to learn about themselves in a new way.

sportsSports Club

Students participate in a variety of activities both indoors and outdoors.  They undergo a variety of physical tests to demonstrate endurance, agility, and strength. Each club spends 30 minutes strength training and 30 minutes in a sport related game.

sportsNewspaper Club

Calling all writers!  Original written works about school, community and world events are compiled into a monthly publication. Publication on electronic platforms is also explored.


Upper-grade students have fun with brain games and critical thinking challenges. Cognitive abilities challenges that incorporate "test taking" skills in quantitative, verbal and non-verbal reasoning domains are presented. While the focus is ultimately on critical thinking skills, the kids experience this as fun challenges and games and tell us this is one of their favorite after school-activities.