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Activities

PTA sponsored programs

  • Grandparent's Day
  • Fall or Spring Carnival
  • Breakfast Buddies
  • Fun Run
  • Father/ Daughter Dance
  • Mother/Son Night
  • Spirit Night

Clubs and organizations

Honor choir

The honor choir consists of 4th & 5th grade students who audition for the choir. The purpose of the Rowlett Elementary Honor Choir is to instill a love of music, and supplement the vocal education to those students. 

Media team

Each morning, a dedicated team of 5th grade students coordinate and produce the Morning Announcements. They work the announcement software, adjust cameras, and input information, direct and record with minimal help.

Honor patrol

Honor Patrol is offered to 5th grade students only. Selection is on an application basis along with upstanding grades in every subject. The purpose of the Rowlett Elementary Honor Patrol is to instill and highlight responsibility, kindness, honesty, integrity, and respect towards fellow students and adults. Honor Patrol students are students within our school who are willing to strive beyond the regular expectations in our school and who are willing to put others first, instilling pride in others as well as themselves.

STEAM

STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math. Our kindergarten through fifth-grade students participate in the STEAM challenge every year. Every grade level is assigned a different challenge. Some of the challenges have been building a car that powers with a rubber-band, building a rollercoaster, and building bridges. STEAM is for all types of learners with the goal of being more engaging and naturally successful. Students compete at school and district level.

Bobcat activities

Field day

Field day is held in May. It is a fun filled day of indoor and outdoor activities put together by our P.E. teachers.

Fun run

The Fun-Run is a fund raiser event that is held by the PTA. A company called Boosterthon Fun Run has presenters on campus that teach character building to all students and challenges them to be better citizens. The students are asked to get pledges for each lap they run. All of the proceeds are spent on the new playground.

Red Ribbon week

Red Ribbon Week opportunity to renew our commitment to a healthy and drug-free lifestyle. This is a national celebration and different activities are planned every day.

HERO week

The aim of HERO week is to increase student awareness of respecting classmates and good citizenship, while focusing on the prevention of bullying in schools and communities.

Canned food drive

Each year beginning in October and ending in November, we participate in the GISD Canned Food Drive benefiting our community. We have contests and incentives to motivate and make it fun for students.