Summer School 2017 was a success for the nearly 60 students that were helped in some form or other. Parents and students will notice that students still have F grades on transcripts. We earn those in life. We can’t unearn them, so our summer efforts had to do with understanding that and then earning credit in specific areas. The goal is to help students understand that getting to school and class on time, regularly, and doing the work in a given class to the best of their ability means they get more control over what their success looks like. Our goal in all of this and during the regular school year is to prepare students for what comes next in their lives. Each of us has a role to play in that effort, so the hope is that we play the part well.
With just over half our summer break gone, please mark the following dates on your calendars:
The FSO is sponsoring a bleacher clean up day, Saturday, July 22nd, 8 am - 10 am. Please come help. Cleaning supplies will be provided (so will the donuts).
Stop by the Eagle Mountain Street Fair, 9 am - 4 pm, Saturday, August 5th right behind the Holiday convenience store - we’ll have a booth there.
Teachers and instructional staff are back on August 7th for trainings and meetings together to make our 10th year our best yet (Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 4 pm).
The annual Back-to-School Open House will take place on Thursday, August 10th, between 12 noon and 5 pm.
New and returning student orientation times are as follows on Monday, August 14th: 11th and 12th grade students, 8:30 am - 10:00 am; 9th and 10th grade students, 10:30 am - 12:00 noon; and 7th and 8th grade students, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm.
More information will be available here, come via email, and on our Facebook page. With it being our 10th year, watch for information on special events to celebrate what it means to be Rockwell Marshals.
Wishing everyone a great rest of your summer.
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.