After School Opportunities

Roseville City School District

Adventure Club

Adventure Clubs are state-licensed,  school-age childcare facilities operated by the City of Roseville in conjunction with the Roseville Unified and Dry Creek School Districts.

Adventure Club provides a safe, caring environment for the elementary school-age child. Age-appropriate activities which are designed to meet a child’s social, physical, and intellectual needs are offered under the guidance of trained personnel.

Overview Cirby Elementary Woodbridge Elementary

After School Education and Safety

The ASES After School Education and Safety Program is offered at Woodbridge and Cirby Elementary Schools and is open to Kindergarten through fifth-grade students. It is funded through a grant from the State of California. The Program is offered to parents at no cost and serves students every day after school until 6:00 p.m.



Expanded Learning Opportunities

The expanded learning opportunities program focuses on developing the academic, social, emotional, and physical needs of unduplicated pupils through: extended instructional learning time, accelerating learning, integrating student supports, and supporting staff professional development.


Right At School

15 RCSD Elementary sites offer an additional after-school program for our students to attend. The program is available as an option for all RCSD TK- 5th-grade students and runs after school on school days until 6:00 pm. This extended day program is a partnership between Roseville City School District (RCSD) and a partner named Right At School. For more information, please visit Right At School’s website to learn about the organization and dynamic curriculum. Registration is now open for the 2023-24 school year and the 2024-25 school year.