A School, Family, and Community Compact for Achievement is an agreement that families, students and teachers develop together. It explains how we all will work together to make sure each of our students reaches their academic and SEL (Social Emotional Learning) goals. The compact also outlines forms of communication and highlights opportunities for engagement It is updated annually by a shared stakeholder group of families, students, and staff.
Vision Statement - Maximize ALL student outcomes (academic, behavioral, developmental, and social emotional)
We are a safe & responsive community that engages learners through empathy, inquiry & problem solving to empower students to be productive community members.
School Focus - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
Student Leadership Opportunities
Social Emotional Supports-Piloting the Character Strong SEL curriculum in 23-24
To maximize all student outcomes in order to meet the needs of each child. We are a safe & responsive community that engages learners through empathy, inquiry, creative thinking, and problem solving to empower students to be productive community members. Living the RRF life!
Showing respect for families by embracing and respecting their individual wants/needs.
Prioritizing relationships and creating environments of trust and understanding. Also, we provide opportunities and resources for families that are reflective of their interests and needs. Lastly, we strive to include families in all areas of their students learning with volunteering and crafting fun and engaging family activities.
Being responsible for providing high-quality instruction and materials for learning. Being
available through a variety of communication tools including: phone, email, agendas, Class DOJO and in person to help families and students by answering questions and addressing concerns.
Being fair minded by providing physical and emotionally safe environments for learning.
Also making sure that we are providing clear instructions and consistent expectations for all areas of the school environment including academics and SEL. This includes modeling a growth mindset, living the RRF life, and practicing our STEM learner profiles.
Engaging with the school to support students academics, physical health, and mental health. Communicating to the school when your student is going to be absent. Also creating an environment that encourages positive attitudes and behaviors about school.
Checking communication tools such as agendas, backpacks, notes, take home folders, and Parent Portal. Participating in school activities, volunteering when possible, and engaging with PTA events. Making sure your child is healthy, well-rested and ready to learn each day. Keeping your student home from school when they are ill.
Talking with your student about how they are doing and how their day went. Maintaining a healthy balance between homework, reading, physical activity, and screen time. Make attendance a priority!!!
Respect and embrace your individuality and know your strengths as a learner. Treat classmates and staff with kindness and empathy. Be a good example for the school community.
Responsibility by being prepared for learning and the day, staying on task
with school work, focusing, participating in their education and the school environment, and asking for help and providing help to others when needed.