We will be posting the answers to common questions as we receive them.
How do I enroll in clubs?
For information on how to enroll in clubs please select: →How to Enroll←
Where do I find enrollment information?
You can find enrollment and registration information on the Club list page.
Are clubs quarterly, semester, or year long?
Clubs are semester long and new registration information is sent out every semester.
Why are all of the club prices different?
Club prices vary based on the time, activities, and materials.
Who teaches the clubs?
Rilke clubs offers a variety of clubs that are taught by a combination of Rilke Schule teachers and community business owners that want to offer exciting new experiences for Rilke students.
Where can I find out more about a club?
Club descriptions can be found on the Club List page in the club list description. If you have further questions, contact Rilke Clubs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is an attendance pin?
An attendance pin is a unique pin number that is assigned to every authorized person that is allowed to pick up your student.
Where do I find my attendance pin?
Your attendance pin is located on the Parent Dashboard at in the “My Account” tab at the bottom of your profile information.
Can I customize my attendance pin?
No, attendance pins are randomly generated to keep them unique to each authorized person. That way two people don’t accidentally have the same pin.
Why do I need an attendance pin?
Rilke Clubs pick-up procedure require that all authorized personnel enter their attendance pin upon pick up to verify that they are authorized to pick the student.
What do I do if I am sending someone new to pick up my student?
If you are sending another adult to pick up your student, that person needs to be added to your authorized pick-up list. Once they are added they will receive their own attendance pin to pick up your student.
How do I add people to my authorized pick-up list?
You can add people to your authorized pick-up list on the Parent Dashboard under the authorized pick-ups tab. If you need assistance adding someone, contact Rilke Clubs at email@example.com.
Can someone not on my authorized pick-up list pick-up my student?
No, students will only be released to an person on the authorized pick-up list. If that person is not on the pick-up list, the Club Front Desk will call to confirm the person is eligible to pick-up the student and add them to your authorized pick-up list if requested.
Why am I not receiving any emails from clubs?
If you are registered on the parent dash board and you are not receiving club emails, first confirm your email address and then check you spam inbox. Sometimes club emails are stopped through the spam filter.
How do I propose a new club?
Proposals for new clubs are always welcome! Email Rilke clubs with your club proposal at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do I do if my child is on the cross country running team and wants to be part of a club offered at the same time?
Please register your child for any clubs that they will want to attend after cross-country running is over for the season. Then contact Rilke Clubs at email@example.com for a credit for the overlapping time with the running team. Additionally, Herr Horner is ok with students missing one practice a week to participate in clubs like orchestra or band, where the students need to participate throughout the semester in order to keep up. Please check with Herr Horner and the club provider, to see how missing a practice may impact racing eligibility.
Is Lexia a part of Rilke Clubs?
No, Lexia is not a part of Rilke Clubs. Lexia Club is a free service required by the Anchorage School District and families will not be charged for the time their child spends in that club or the math equivalent.
Do I have to pay for Lexia Club?
No, you do not have to pay for Lexia Club or the math equivalent. If your child is invited after the start of the school year to either of those clubs and they coincide with a club to which you have registered, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, so that a prorated credit can be generated.