- Jurupa Vista Elementary School
Girls Science and Engineering
More detail: Girls Science and Engineering Club is for girls in fifth and sixth grade. They meet once a week in the Science and Technology Lab on campus. The students work on solving a range of scientific problems and explore solutions to their questions by using the Scientific Method and Science and Engineering process.
Lego Robotics Club
More detail: The Lego Robotics Club is for students fourth and fifth graders. They meet once a week to design, develop, and test a variety of structures.
Junior Engineers Club
More details: The Junior Engineer Club will be coming in the Fall of 2017! It will be designed for first and second graders.
More details: Drama club is offered to students in grades first through sixth grade. Students learn the basics of acting and putting together a performance.
More details: Students in fourth through sixth grade apply to be part of the ASB. They must be model students, write a short essay, and have some recommendations from staff. In ASB they plan events throughout the school year that focuses building school spirit and making contributions to the school and community. Students also learn about government procedures.
More details: Rockin’ Roadrunners is a program that focuses on the students’ academic, social and emotional development. Students who are selected to be a part of the Rockin’ Roadrunners have the opportunity to learn various social skills that aim at helping each child be more successful in the classroom and/or in a social environment. Each group is geared towards the students who are in the group and the skills taught depend on their need. Students are not only taught the skills but have the opportunity to practice the skills in a small, safe and fun environment.
Fine Arts Club
More details: The Fine Arts Club is for students in first through sixth grade. The students study various artists and work with different forms of mediums.
TEAM Beeper Leaders (Class Reps)
More details: TEAM Beeper Leaders are class representatives from fourth grade through sixth grade. Students are recommended by their teachers as demonstrating positive behavior. Students meet monthly to design schoolwide Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) activities. They present activities to classes and help manage activities.
More details: BEEPER Leaders are led by the school counselor. Students work with fellow students at recess time on problem solving skills and positive communication techniques.