As we near the end of our first semester and look forward to our next one, I want to reemphasize the need for students to attend classes on time, daily, and to be present in their classes. If this past term was not that great, figure out what went wrong and make it better. The teachers will help students be successful, but they need to be in class regularly so they know how to help them. Excellent or even just good grades require a great deal of time and effort. Please be committed to your own education and make each learning moment count.
Speaking of student work, we will be holding Rockwell’s first Winter Expo on Tuesday the 24th, 7:00-8:30 pm. This is not conference night, but a time for our Rockwell community and others to see what we do and how and why we do it. Displays of student work and performances will take place in classrooms and in the commons area. Please invite others who are not at Rockwell to check us out. (Parent/Student/Teacher conferences will be taking place in February.) This sort of opportunity to present and perform adds to the academic achievement of our students, so please come see what we are all up to at Rockwell.
That does it for now. Hoping we all have a great 2017, but especially a great rest of this school year.
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.