LEAP programming at Roosevelt Middle School is funded by the City of Dubuque Leisure Services Department. Learn more at: www.dbqschools.org/leap
|Mondays through Fridays (2:30-4:00 pm) Beginning October 5
Take advantage of the quiet space to complete homework, plus assistance is available for those challenging assignments.
Provided by: Roosevelt Middle School
Other Roosevelt LEAP activities are offered:
Afternoons from 2:30-4:00 p.m.
Here are a few upcoming activities…
|Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning April 6 through May 27
LEAP Garden Club is back for yet more fun! Do you like to play in the dirt? Plant seeds and watch them grow? Take home plants and food that you produce? Join Mrs. Dalton, Ms. Yager and Mrs. Easley in room 330 for this multi-day activity
Provided by: Sharon Dalton, Stephanie Yager, and Jamie Easley; ERMS Staff
|Tuesdays through Thursdays, beginning May 4 through May 13
Dungeons and Dragons (D&D)
Dungeons and Dragons is a roleplaying game about storytelling in the world of swords and sorcery. It is driven by imagination and how a fantasy adventurer, that a student creates, might react to different challenges. Players will create a character and interact with an environment that is made by other students. Students will also have the opportunity to create a scenario/storyline where they lead a group of students through a story that they have created as the Dungeon Master. Mathematics, reading, writing, and speaking skills can all be enhanced by participating in this group. The group will meet in room 151. Please sign-up in the Activities Office if you are interested.
Provided by: Ryan Spires, ERMS Teacher
Students will meet in Room 239 right after school.
Students will exit the main entrance of school by the cafeteria when the program concludes at 4 p.m.
Complete the Parent Permission Form (PDF) and have your student return it to the activities office. Students can’t participate without this form on file for 2020-2021.
Students will have the opportunity to sign-up for LEAP activities in their school’s activities office as they are announced. Remember, it’s expected that students attend all sessions offered for each activity. Students will sign-in each day so we can keep participation records, but we won’t monitor daily attendance – so there is no need to let us know if for some reason your student can’t make it.
Students will be held to the same conduct standards as they are during the school day. Failure to follow established rules may result in loss of participation.
Contact the activities office.