With Halloween in the bag (pardon the pun), our thoughts turn to Thanksgiving. In three weeks, we will be taking a break to celebrate with family and friends, near and far, about all that we are blessed to have in our lives. I continue to be grateful for our students, their parents, and especially our teachers and support staff that all work together to make Rockwell what it is, day after day.
If you are looking for ways to show gratitude, we have Change Wars coming up, the annual giving effort that has allowed Rockwell to bless the lives of so many over the 8 years it has been done. The kick off assembly for that grade-level competition will take place on the 14th. There are other ways you can show gratitude and help the school by asking for donations of all kinds whether it be funds or things, it all helps from businesses or family and friends. It is a great time of year to do so.
Please know I appreciate everyone involved with this school, regardless of who or how or why. It makes tough days and hard issues worth the effort to know so many good people are involved. Look for some changes to the website and additional information on a variety of things over the next few weeks. ’Tis the season.
Rockwell Charter High School
As part of the public system of education in the state, Rockwell is committed to constant improvement. Furthermore, as a public charter school, the school is committed to doing what it can for the students entrusted to us. As needed, parents, guardians, and students should seek opportunities to meet with teachers to go over work, to review policies and procedures, and to connect in the mist appropriate ways to help students succeed. Positive interactions help us grow a culture of success.
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FSO General Meeting, Wednesday, November 2nd, 7 pm, in the library. Please come out and see how you can be involved.
Stay tuned for info on the Family Food Nights (and if you have ideas about doing one of these, please let us know) and other activities.