Sweetwater #1 District Activities

Clubs and Activities

Friday School -- Intervention time with students who are struggling.  New this year!

Tutoring:  District-wide tutoring program for grades K-12

Knitting and Crochet Club

Science Club

Spanish Club

Red Ribbon Week

Food Drives

Donuts with Parents


Makers Club

Modern Language Club

Student Government Club

Speech and Debate

Guitar Club

Pep Band, Marching Band

Drama Club

FFA (4H)

Skills USA

Robotics Club- competition computer programing club

Chess Club

21st Century Programs

BOCES Summer Programs


ELL & Title I Parent Nights



Cancer Awareness: Serving Up a Cure

Cancer Awareness: Serving Up a Cure raised over $4000 during a volleyball game between rivals Rock Springs and Green River.  This is an annual event.


Serving Up A Cure

Farson-Eden Activities

Farson-Eden High School


**Due to COVID-19 restrictions, activities and protocols are ever changing.**


Rock Springs Junior High


Students 1st and Athletes 2nd.
● RSJH supports RSHS’s multi-sport model.
● Provide coaches that are positive role models for our young student/athletes.
● RSJH Athletics is a privilege not a right.

Athletics Page Link


  • Football – all can participate
  • Volleyball – cuts for A and B team but an alternate volleyball is offered in the spring for all who want to participate with no cuts
  • Cross Country – all can participate
  • Wrestling – all can participate
  • Girls Basketball – all can participate A, B and C teams play in games.
  • Boys Basketball - all can participate A, B and C teams play in games.
  • Boys Swimming – all can participate
  • Girls Swimming – all can participate
  • Track – all can participate


  • Math Counts – all can participate
  • Student Council – determined by a process
  • After-school clubs
  • Student of the Month Movie Nights
  • Kindness Committee
  • Choir – must sign up for class
  • Band – must sign up for class
  • Guitar – must sign up for class

Sample Lesson Plans

Rock Springs Junior High

**Due to COVID-19 restrictions, activities and protocols are ever changing.**

The Role of Jaguar Parents
• All athletic events are learning experiences for our student-athletes.
• You are the role model, the behaviors you express are engrained into your children’s future.
• You are at the contest to support and cheer positively for your team, not to intimidate or ridicule the other team, coaches, its fans, or referees.
• Remember mistakes will be made by the contestants, it’s your job to praise the student/athlete for working hard and attempting to improve themselves in their sport and in the classroom.
• Refrain from taunting or derogatory remarks directed at anyone throughout the course of a contest.
• Learn the rules of the game so that you may understand and appreciate why certain situations take place.
• Respect the integrity and judgement of the officials. Understand that they are doing their best to promote the student-athlete and admire their willingness to perform in the eye of the public.
• Refrain from the use of any controlled substances (alcohol, drugs, tobacco, etc.) before or during games and after the event on school property.
• Be a positive role model through your own actions and by censuring the actions of those around you when their behavior becomes unbecoming.
• Entering and remaining at a Rock Springs Junior High event is a privilege, not a right. If you cannot demonstrate the appropriate behaviors that promote good sportsmanship at all times, then you will be asked to leave. If you should refuse to leave then law enforcement will be contacted, which may result in your arrest for trespassing.

Acceptable and Unacceptable Behaviors
• Student-athletes participate in sports for their enjoyment, not for your entertainment.
• Do not have unrealistic expectations for the athletes. Understand that ridiculing an athlete for making a mistake is not acceptable behavior.
• Respect referees’ decisions and encourage all participants to do the same.
• Respect and show appreciation for coaches. Understand that they have given their time to provide these activities for your children.
• Encourage athletes and coaches to play by the rules and resolve conflicts without resorting in hostility or violence.
• Show respect for opponents and realize there would not be a game without them.
• Do not use inappropriate language and harass athletes, coaches, officials or spectators.
• Always demonstrate good sportsmanship.
• Respect all of the facilities and equipment being used for the athletic events.

Agreement of Expectations
As the parent/guardian of a Jaguar student/athlete I acknowledge that I am the role model for my child. I will remember that RSJH athletics is a direct extension of the classroom and that these learning experiences are available to help my son/daughter become a stronger member of our community. I will show respect for all athletes, coaches, spectators, staff members, and referees involved in each event. I accept the responsibility for demonstrating these positive attributes at all times.

Interactions with Coaching Staff
• Please encourage your son/daughter to have open communication with their coaches.
• Never approach a member of the coaching staff immediately following a contest with a frustration or concern. Allow a minimum of 24 hours after the contest to schedule a meeting or communicate with the coach.
• After communicating with coach, if further communication is needed you may set up a meeting with the athletic director and the coach.


RSHS Participation Meeting

**Due to COVID-19 restrictions athletic programs are ever-changing.  **

2020-2021 Fall Sports Activities Participation Meeting Link (Starts at 32 minute mark)





RSHS Activities Request

Wyoming 21st Century Learning Centers