After School Programs

Otter Tutoring Clubs

Otter Language Club 

Who: 1st -6th grades EL students & students who need reading support

What: Read Naturally & Treasures EL curriculum

When: Mon-Thurs 2:00-3:00
Where: E4
Why: Additional support to improve language level on CELDT & ELA assessments
Refer: CELDT scores, Treasures assessments, BPST
Start: September 15th
Leader: Ms. Christy

Otter AR Club

•Who:  2nd through 5th grade students
•What:  Accelerated Reader
•When:  Tues, Wed, Thurs 2-3:00
•Where:  Library
•Why:  Students who are 1-2 years below grade level in   reading comprehension and are able to read  independently at the 1.0 level (AR)
•Refer:  AR club form for parent signature and return   completed form to Jessica
•Start: September 16th
•Leader:  Jessica Esperanza


Grade Level Extended Day

•Who:  Students in grades 1-6 who are not proficient
•What:  Various materials/curriculum
•Where:  Teacher’s classroom
•When:  Check with teacher
•Why:  Targeted support based on essential standards
•Refer:  Grade level teams
•Start:  October
•Leader:  Various

Enrichment Clubs are sponsored by the PTA and are run by parent and student volunteers.  More volunteers are always welcome so we can add more classes to include more students.  Without our amazing volunteers these classes would not be available to our students.   We will be offering classes in the Winter and Spring as well.  If you are interested in teaching a class please contact Karen Harding at


Keep students at Two Rivers engaged in classes throughout the year and allow them the opportunity to make new friends, learn a new skill, enhance their academics and stay healthy. They might just discover an interest that will become a lifetime passion.


Fall Enrichment Classes


Beginning Knitting

Teacher, Nannette Givens 6 Students Grades 4th-5th
During the 6 week class students will learn the tools used in knitting. They will also learn some of the differences between knitting and crochet. Students will learn how to cast on and the basic two stitches of every knitting project, the knit and purl! (Supplies will be provided) FREE

Fun Fall Art

Teacher, Stephanie Sanchez 12 Students Grades 2nd-5th
Students will use a variety of materials to create projects inspired by autumn nature. $5 Fee




Teachers, Altus and Cunningham Unlimited Grades K-5th
Do you love to sing? Come be a part of the Two Rivers Voices of the Otters, our school choir! This is the perfect place for all levels of singers. Besides having an opportunity to learn new music, Voices of the Otters has several performance opportunities at school assemblies, events, and the Sacramento River Cats in the Spring. So bring your unique voice and come join the fun! *Choir is a YEAR-LONG COMMITMENT and will have additional practices outside of the six week enrichment schedule. FREE



Chinese Culture

Teacher, Lina Lee 12 Students Grades 3rd-5th
Come and learn about the Chinese Culture. You will learn about China, Chinese in America, Chinese paper folding, and try some new Chinese food. We will have a potluck on the last day of our enrichment class. The cost of this class is a mandatory trip to Shun Fat Supermarket with your family to purchase an item for our potluck and scavenger hunt.

International Cooking

Teacher, Ginny Harding-Davis 10 Students Grades 4th-5th
International Cooking – – Culinary delights from around the world! Little chefs will learn basic cooking skills, hygiene, kitchen etiquette, and proper food preparation. Chefs prepare and cook healthy recipes from around the globe, to include a selection from the following countries’ cuisines: Italy, China, America, Mexico, France, Spain, Switzerland, Guatemala, Australia, Costa Rica, Portugal, Croatia, England, and Germany. Each sous chef will enjoy the “fruits of their labor,” after each culinary training class. Little Chefs will return home with special recipes and their own personally designed Chef’s apron. Five classes will be held on Oct. 7, 14 (no class Nov. 21 due to Harvest Festival in the gym), Oct. 28, Nov. 4, (No school or class Nov. 11), and Nov. 19. Cost $25


Teachers, Alyson Roberts and Kimberly Vega 12-16 Students Grades 1st-5th
*Cheer will be a YEAR LONG COMMITMENT and if you are on the squad, this is the ONLY enrichment class you will be able to attend. (Although you can attend choir in addition to cheer). Show your school spirit and learn basic cheer skills like formations, angles, thigh stunts, technique, and choreography, all while developing coordination, confidence, and having fun! We are NOT holding tryouts to find those with the most skill and talent, but those who appear to be dedicated, passionate, team players! Of course there are a limited number of spots (between 12-16) but we will take as many of you bright and cheerful leaders as we can! The squad will be posted the next day (Thursday) outside of the office. Go Otters!!! This class will be from 2:45 to 4:00pm and children must be supervised until practice starts at 2:45. Cost $30




Teacher, Sevrine Banks 12 Students Grades 1st-5th
De l’anglais en francais (From English to French) Did you know there are 29 French speaking
countries around the world from Europe to Africa? Come and enjoy some culture and learn
how to speak French with a fun and exciting event at the end of your session! FREE

Board Games

Teacher, Elena Da Marto 12 Students Grades 1st-5th
Come and play your favorite board games with us. Bring your favorite games from home to share. FREE


Teacher, Lisa Lopez 10 Students Grades 1st-3rd
Come have some fun on the soccer field! Learn basic soccer skills, stay healthy and have some fun
with new friends! FREE



Pokemon Club

Teachers, Ryan DeCaso and Drew Perry 15 Students Grades 3rd-5th
Bring your prebuilt Pokemon deck and come have an epic battle with your school friends in
Pokemon Club and have a great time! (Parents: Pokemon cards will not be provided.)
Supervised by: George Coon FREE