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Adventure Club - Main Office
TopicDepartmentNotes
Summer Adventure ClubAdventure Club - Main OfficeWhen school ends, the fun continues all summer with Adventure Club. Our SummerLink and the Zone programs provide full-day experiences for elementary and middle school students from 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
The Zone Summer ProgramAdventure Club - Main OfficeWhen school ends, the fun continues all summer with Adventure Club. Our SummerLink and the Zone programs provide full-day experiences for elementary and middle school students from 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. The Zone Adventure Club is for middle school students.
Board of Education
TopicDepartmentNotes
Policies and Regulations/Policy Review CommitteeBoard of EducationThe Policy Review Committee is charged with examining all new or amended policies prior to presentation to the Board of Education.
Child Nutrition Services
TopicDepartmentNotes
Child Nutrition ServicesChild Nutrition ServicesRockwood Child Nutrition Services (CNS) participates in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast programs. Our team of school nutrition employees serve more than 1.7 million quality appealing meals to students annually. All meals are nutritionally balanced and adhere to the federal nutrition regulations set forth by the USDA. The department has implemented many innovative initatives such as Farm to Table offering fresh local produce, Taste Test Tuesdays, and nutrition education to help students make informed food choices.
Free and Reduced Meal ProgramChild Nutrition ServicesThe Rockwood School District participates in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs. This allows families the opportunity to apply for Free and Reduced Price Meal Benefits.
Communications
TopicDepartmentNotes
Annual Report to the CommunityCommunicationsThe report is broken down into seven main pages highlighting different aspects of Rockwood: a Welcome section, including a video message from Superintendent Dr. Mark Miles; Student Achievement; Highly Qualified Staff; Safe and Caring Schools; school Report Cards; Finances; and Community. The school Report Cards page includes directions on how to access the individual report card from each of the 29 elementary, middle and high schools in the district. These reports highlight student achievement, enrollment and staffing at each school. See also: The Way Forward
Communications DepartmentCommunicationsRockwood Communications is responsible for telling the district's stories, while also providing clear, current and effective communication with all Rockwood employees, parents, students and members of the community.
Cornerstone Awards Program (CAP)CommunicationsEach year, the Rockwood School District recognizes support staff members, including bus drivers, nurses, secretaries, custodians, computer support personnel, classroom assistants, Special School District teachers, and all the other Rockwood employees who serve our students and staff every day. These employees represent a vital part of our district, and Rockwood wants them to know how much their contributions mean to everyone. The Cornerstone Award is your opportunity to recognize these individuals.
Crisis CommunicationCommunicationsRockwood has extensive resources for building-level and districtwide crisis communication
Flyers (Vendor Inquiries)CommunicationsVendors who wish to advertise to Rockwood students, families and staff are encouraged to create an account with Peachjar. Rockwood uses Peachjar to send out all flyers.
Media InquiriesCommunicationsThe Rockwood School District welcomes members of the media into our schools and strives to provide the most accurate and timely information available.
Mobile AppCommunicationsRockwood School District uses the mobile app to make information easily accessible to parents. Download the mobile app for instant access to grades, assignments, calendars, alerts, and lunch menus.
News/News TipsCommunicationsIf you are interested in reporting on a story within the Rockwood School District, please review the Rockwood Board of Education Media Relations and News Coverage​ Policy.
Newsletters (Rockwood News, ENews)CommunicationsRead about upcoming events and news from the Rockwood School District. See the innovative methods teachers are using to prepare students for bright futures. Learn how you can impact the students in our district. You can make a difference!
Peachjar (Community Flyers)CommunicationsRockwood supports nonprofit community groups and organizations by distributing information to parents about educational activities and events that may benefit students.
Presidents' Forum (PTO Liaisons)CommunicationsPresidents' Forum is a group of parent leaders who work together to shape, grow and support the mission of Rockwood School District.
Realtor InquiriesCommunicationsRealtors can find infomation about maps and boundaries, school zones, calendars, early childhood education, transportation and community involvement.
Recognition and Awards Program (Board Awards/Superintendent's Certificates)CommunicationsRockwood School District recognizes outstanding staff, students, parents and volunteers with Superintendent's Certificates, Above and Beyond awards, Board awards and Community Service awards. Anyone may nominate a special person by going to the Board of Education page and submitting a nomination.
Report Card (Missouri DESE)CommunicationsThe school Report Cards page includes directions on how to access the individual report card from each of the 29 elementary, middle and high schools in the district. These reports highlight student achievement, enrollment and staffing at each school.
Rockwood ConnectCommunications​​​​Rockwood informs parents of school news and district emergencies through an automatic notification system called Rockwood Connect.
ROSE Award Program (Rockwood Outstanding Service in Education)CommunicationsEach year, Rockwood honors 15 individuals for their contributions to our schools at the ROSE Award Ceremony. The prestigious ROSE Award is bestowed upon individuals who show excellence of character, performance, leadership, and service to Rockwood School District. View this year's recipients. Additionally, the school district honors Rockwood's Teachers of the Year, Cornerstone Award recipients, Service Award recipients, and retirees.
School Cancellation MessagingCommunicationsRockwood School District has a variety of ways to get information about cancelations to the public. You can opt for text, email and/or voice messaging.
Website (District)CommunicationsThe Rockwood District's website is a wealth of information. Here you will find district calendars, parent university, Rockwood connect, safety and security, student handbook and information about title programs.
Community Education
TopicDepartmentNotes
Adult EducationCommunity EducationAre you motivated to succeed in the United States? Want to feel more confident when you interview for a job, apply to a university, or communicate with your physician or your child’s teacher? You can conquer your fears of understanding and speaking English with our free classes. Register now for FREE English classes to develop and/or improve your English grammar, reading, writing and speaking skills.
Adult Education (MOLearns)Community EducationAs part of Community Education, Rockwood Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) serves the community with two distinct types of classroom instruction as well as literacy volunteer training and opportunities. Adult Basic Education classes review math, reading, and language skills. Many of the students in these classes are preparing for the high school equivalency exam; however, students can also prepare for college and career placement tests, can get help writing resumes, and can even learn to read. English Language Learner classes give non-native adults the opportunity to learn and to converse in English. Students in these classes can also prepare for the Citizenship Test and can study and understand American culture. In addition, Rockwood Adult Education and Literacy trains adult volunteers as literacy tutors to serve in both of these types of classes or in literacy programs throughout the metropolitan area.
Adult Education and Literacy (AEL)Community EducationAs part of Community Education, Rockwood Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) serves the community with two distinct types of classroom instruction as well as literacy volunteer training and opportunities. Adult Basic Education classes review math, reading, and language skills. Many of the students in these classes are preparing for the high school equivalency exam; however, students can also prepare for college and career placement tests, can get help writing resumes, and can even learn to read. English Language Learner classes give non-native adults the opportunity to learn and to converse in English. Students in these classes can also prepare for the Citizenship Test and can study and understand American culture. In addition, Rockwood Adult Education and Literacy trains adult volunteers as literacy tutors to serve in both of these types of classes or in literacy programs throughout the metropolitan area.
Adult Literacy VolunteersCommunity EducationAs part of Community Education, Rockwood Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) serves the community with two distinct types of classroom instruction as well as literacy volunteer training and opportunities. Adult Basic Education classes review math, reading, and language skills. Many of the students in these classes are preparing for the high school equivalency exam; however, students can also prepare for college and career placement tests, can get help writing resumes, and can even learn to read. English Language Learner classes give non-native adults the opportunity to learn and to converse in English. Students in these classes can also prepare for the Citizenship Test and can study and understand American culture. In addition, Rockwood Adult Education and Literacy trains adult volunteers as literacy tutors to serve in both of these types of classes or in literacy programs throughout the metropolitan area.
Adventure Club School-Age CareCommunity EducationIf you are looking for a safe, well-supervised and fun environment for your children, Adventure Club offers a variety of options to meet your needs. The before and after school program includes a variety of indoor and outdoor activities, snack, and homework help. All Rockwood School District employees can take advantage of this opportunity for their children at 30% off the regular cost of tuition. With before and after school, Early Dismissal care, Holiday Adventure Club, and emergency days, Adventure Club can fill your child’s out-of-school time with great experiences with friends, activities, and caring adults.
AquaticsCommunity EducationMake a splash in our aquatics programs! Youth can learn to swim at their own pace in our SwimAmerica program or take their swimming to the next level in our nationally recognized Rockwood Swim Club. For adults, we have learn-to-swim, water fitness and master/lap swim programs.
Babler Outdoor Education Center (OEC)Community Education A 300-acre outdoor education facility located within Babler State Park that offers half-day, full-day and overnight programs that can help enhance the school curriculum.
BablerWiLDCommunity EducationBablerWiLD is a science and nature-based day camp located in Babler State Park offering many opportunities for children in grades pre-K through 8th grade. Whether you are looking for something to fit into a busy summer schedule, enjoy exploring the outdoors or are looking for a great way to meet new friends, BablerWiLD has something for everyone!
Co-Curricular Activities/Clubs (Elementary)Community EducationActivities and clubs play an integral role in a student's educational experience. These opportunities contribute positively to increased school pride, overall school climate and individual student growth.
Community EducationCommunity EducationAt Community Education, we constantly strive to make programs more enriching, accessible and engaging so you have the best experience possible while learning and having fun.
Drivers' Ed (Community Education)Community EducationNo Notes for this topic
English as a Second Language (Adult Education)Community EducationAre you motivated to succeed in the United States? Want to feel more confident when you interview for a job, apply to a university, or communicate with your physician or your child’s teacher?
Enrichment ProgramsCommunity EducationEngage, enrich, enjoy! Whether you’re looking to try something new, expand your knowledge or explore a passion or hobby, we’ve got something for all ages. Our programs are open to ALL residents of Parkway, Rockwood and beyond. You do not have to live in Parkway or Rockwood to enjoy our programs. Parkway residents can participate in programs at Rockwood locations and vice versa. Some exceptions apply and will be noted in the program description​. Choose a location below to see a list of programs available.​
Gold Card for Senior CitizensCommunity EducationThe Gold Card program is FREE to Parkway and Rockwood residents age 60 and older and provides unlimited discounts to qualifying Community Ed classes/programs as well as free or reduced admission to select shows and performances. The Gold Card allows members to receive unlimited discounts to qualifying Community Ed classes/programs as well as free or reduced admission to select shows and performances. Please refer to the Community Ed website to view the current program guide.
High School Equivalency Test -- HSE/Formerly GEDCommunity EducationRockwood offers FREE programs in Basic Education/High School Equivalency, Citizenship and Civics, and English as a Second Language. Get empowered through education and lifelong learning in order to acquire knowledge to succeed in the dynamics of a changing society and the workplace. Need a High School Diploma? Looking for Ways to Improve Your Skills? Our adult learning center offers a variety of free adult education services for individuals 17 and older. Classes are individualized. Students work at their own pace on the skills they need.
Rockwood Swim ClubCommunity EducationOur nationally ranked Rockwood Swim Club has been a staple in St. Louis County for more than 40 years. During that time, we have introduced thousands of kids to the fun, exciting sport of competitive swimming. Swimmers of all ages and abilities have a home in the Rockwood Swim Club family. We strive to give every swimmer the personal attention they deserve to continue their improvement.
Sports (Community Education)Community EducationStay active and engaged with our sports and fitness programs including camps, clinics, fitness classes and leagues for youth and adults. Volleyball players can take their game to the next level with our Rockwood Thunder Volleyball Club.
Spotlight ProductionsCommunity EducationSpotlight Productions is our community theater program that offers exciting opportunities for beginning and experienced performers ages 6 and up.
Summer Camp ExpoCommunity EducationNo Notes for this topic
Summer EnrichmentCommunity EducationNo Notes for this topic
SwimAmericaCommunity EducationSee why SwimAmerica parents love the program for their kids, and why our instructors enjoy teaching the life-long sport and skill.
Trek and TravelCommunity EducationNo Notes for this topic
Tutoring ServicesCommunity EducationNo Notes for this topic
Visual/Performing Arts (Community Education)Community EducationNo Notes for this topic
Curriculum
TopicDepartmentNotes
Air Force Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (AFJROTC)CurriculumThis program is sponsored by the Rockwood School District and the United States Air Force. The mission of AFJROTC is to develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community. The objectives of AFJROTC are to educate and train high school cadets in citizenship; promote community service; instill responsibility, character, and self-discipline; and provide instruction in air and space fundamentals. The program’s curriculum is divided into Aerospace Science (40%), Leadership Education (40%), and Wellness and Fitness (20%). This program is open to all high school students. To supplement course material with first-hand knowledge, all AFJROTC classes incorporate guest speakers from industry, local communities, and military. Enrolled cadets are issued AFJROTC uniform items to be worn once a week, and Air Force grooming standards apply to all enrolled cadets. (NOTE: Uniforms are not worn during first semester for newly enrolled students). Students having an interest in the armed forces, may use enrollment in AFJROTC to gain preferential consideration for college scholarship, military academy appointments, or enlistment in the military services at a higher rank and pay. AFJROTC has been approved for accreditation by the Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation (CITA) and students may earn 2-elective college credits for each year of JROTC completed.
ArtCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
BandCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Business EducationCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Computer Science 9-12CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Cooperative Career Education (CCE)CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Course Description Guides (High School)CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Course Description Guides (Middle School)CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
CurriculumCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Differentiation and AccelerationCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
DramaCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Drivers' Education (District)CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
ELLs (English Language Learners)CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
English for Speakers of Other Languages K-12 (ESOL)CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Family and Consumer Science (FACS)CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Federal Title ProgramsCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Fine ArtsCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Foreign LanguageCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Health EducationCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Industrial TechnologyCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
JournalismCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Language Arts 6-12CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Language Arts/Reading K-5CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Library Media K-12CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Literacy 6-12CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Literacy K-5CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Math 6-12CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Math K-5CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
MusicCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
OASIS Program/VolunteersCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
OrchestraCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Physical Education K-12CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Practical ArtsCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Project Lead The WayCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Science 6-12CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Science K-5CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Social Studies K-12CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Speech 6-12CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
STEM Education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Summer Academy 6-12CurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Summer Academy K-5Curriculum​​​Rockwood provides many opportunities for summer learning at the elementary school level.
Technology CurriculumCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Theatre ArtsCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Title ICurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Title IIICurriculumNo Notes for this topic
World LanguagesCurriculumNo Notes for this topic
Early Childhood Education (Clarkson Valley)
TopicDepartmentNotes
Early Childhood EducationEarly Childhood Education (Clarkson Valley)No Notes for this topic
Early Childhood ScreeningEarly Childhood Education (Clarkson Valley)Rockwood Early Childhood uses the Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning (DIAL-4) to assess across domains: motor, concepts, and language
Kindergarten ScreeningEarly Childhood Education (Clarkson Valley)Rockwood Early Childhood uses the DTKR-II (Developmental Task for Kindergarten Readiness II) to assess children who will be entering Kindergarten
Parents as Teachers (PAT)Early Childhood Education (Clarkson Valley)Parents as Teachers is a free service that provides information, support and encouragement that parents need to help their children ages prenatal to kindergarten entry during the crucial early years of life.​
Early Childhood Special Education
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Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE)Early Childhood Special EducationNo Notes for this topic
Educational Equity and Diversity
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Education Equity and Diversity (DEED)Educational Equity and DiversityNo Notes for this topic
Transportation (VICC)Educational Equity and DiversityNo Notes for this topic
VICC ProgramEducational Equity and DiversityNo Notes for this topic
Facilities
TopicDepartmentNotes
Building/Facility UsageFacilities​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Rockwood believes the District buildings belong to the community. Schools and buildings should be made available for community use when it does not conflict with the District's mission of educating students.
FacilitiesFacilitiesThe Rockwood School District Facilities Department is a team committed to providing and maintaining excellent facilities for use by students, staff and district patrons. The staff of custodians, maintenance technicians, construction technicians and groundskeepers is responsible for servicing 665 acres of ground and 3.2 million square feet in 35 buildings, covering 150 square miles, at 33 campuses.
Finance
TopicDepartmentNotes
Assessed Value (Home Property)FinanceFind out the amount of your tax dollars going to your local school district by using the property tax calculator below. This is an estimate only. This does not include taxes paid to ANY other taxing districts, including, but not limited to: Local Fire District Special School District Libraries Sewer District Zoo, Museum District If you would like more information about property taxes paid to Rockwood, please call (636) 733-2021. For general information about the property reassessment process, visit St. Louis County's web site at www.stlouisco.com or call (314) 615-5500.
BudgetFinanceThe District’s budget for the 2019/20 fiscal year includes total revenues, expenditures and fund balances for the District as a whole. This document also presents total revenues, expenditures and fund balances for the District’s operating funds, which are comprised of the Incidental Fund, Special Revenue (Teacher's) Fund and the Building Fund. Detailed fund schedules provide further information on the activities within each fund and include an analysis of the proposed budget for the 2019/20 fiscal year. Detailed budget schedules are also included summarizing estimated revenues by objects and sources as defined by Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). Preparation of the budget also includes detailed schedules for estimated expenditures by object, department, program and function.
Financial ReportsFinanceNo Notes for this topic
Records RequestFinanceNo Notes for this topic
Tax RateFinanceNo Notes for this topic
Transcript Requests (Alumni)FinanceNo Notes for this topic
Tuition/Transportation RatesFinanceNo Notes for this topic
Gifted Education
TopicDepartmentNotes
Academic Stretch - Middle SchoolGifted EducationAcademic Stretch enables students to work with academic peers in an environment that focuses on identifying and maximizing individual student talents and interests.
Acceleration/Gifted ServicesGifted EducationNo Notes for this topic
Center for Creative Learning (Grades K-5)Gifted EducationNo Notes for this topic
Gifted EducationGifted EducationNo Notes for this topic
Guidance and Counseling
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A+ Program (EHS)Guidance and CounselingThe A+ Schools Program provides incentives for local high schools to raise academic expectations, reduce their drop out rate, establish relationships with the business community, and provide better career pathways to students.
A+ Program (LHS)Guidance and CounselingThe A+ Schools Program provides incentives for local high schools to raise academic expectations, reduce their drop out rate, establish relationships with the business community, and provide better career pathways to students.
A+ Program (MHS)Guidance and CounselingThe A+ Schools Program provides incentives for local high schools to raise academic expectations, reduce their drop out rate, establish relationships with the business community, and provide better career pathways to students.
A+ Program (RSHS)Guidance and CounselingThe A+ Schools Program provides incentives for local high schools to raise academic expectations, reduce their drop out rate, establish relationships with the business community, and provide better career pathways to students.
Character EducationGuidance and CounselingRockwood believes strongly in the importance of character education. This is an important variable as the district focuses its efforts on doing whatever it takes to ensure all students realize their potential.
Counseling K-12Guidance and CounselingNo Notes for this topic
Early College Partnership (ECP)Guidance and CounselingThe Early College Partnership (ECP), in collaboration with St. Louis Community College – Wildwood, allows current Rockwood high school students to obtain an associate degree while fulfilling their Missouri graduation requirements.
FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)Guidance and CounselingNo Notes for this topic
School ClimateGuidance and CounselingNo Notes for this topic
Health and Physical Education
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Athletics (EHS)Health and Physical EducationNo Notes for this topic
Athletics (LHS)Health and Physical EducationNo Notes for this topic
Athletics (MHS)Health and Physical EducationNo Notes for this topic
Athletics (RSHS)Health and Physical EducationNo Notes for this topic
Human Resources
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Calendar (District School Year)Human ResourcesNo Notes for this topic
Employment (Administrative)Human ResourcesFor administrative positions, applicants to be interviewed will be selected by the Applicant Screening Committee. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted shortly after the posted "screening to begin" date to schedule a Screening Interview. For those who advance, Building and Final Interviews will be conducted before a recommendation is made.
Employment (Certified)Human ResourcesFor certified positions, principals will first consider internal applicants. If needed, principals will screen the online applicants and choose the candidates for building interviews that match the criteria for their openings. Building interviews can be a phone interview or in-person interview. Types of interviews may be the principal and/or assistant principal, a committee, a team of teachers, counselors and other certified staff in addition to the building principal.
Employment (Support Staff)Human ResourcesFor support positions, building administrators will first consider internal applicants. If needed, building administrators will screen applicants and choose the candidates for building interviews that match the criteria for the openings. Building interviews may include a committee of current staff in addition to a building/department administrator.
Hiring/Transfers (Administrative)Human ResourcesNo Notes for this topic
Hiring/Transfers (Certified)Human ResourcesNo Notes for this topic
Hiring/Transfers (Comm Ed/Adv Club)Human ResourcesNo Notes for this topic
Hiring/Transfers (Support Staff)Human ResourcesNo Notes for this topic
Student TeachersHuman ResourcesNo Notes for this topic
Substitute Teacher HiringHuman ResourcesNo Notes for this topic
Title IXHuman ResourcesNo Notes for this topic
Title VIIHuman ResourcesNo Notes for this topic
Partners in Education
TopicDepartmentNotes
Partners in Education - Career ExplorationPartners in EducationNo Notes for this topic
Partners in Education (PIE)Partners in Education​​Partners in Education links community resources to Rockwood classrooms.
Project InterfacePartners in Education​Project Interface is a unique, unpaid internship opportunity that places students in a specific career area and is offered to qualified Seniors in the Rockwood School District.
Professional Learning
TopicDepartmentNotes
National Board Certified Teacher Program (NBCT)Professional LearningThe National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) improves teaching and student learning. National Board Certified Teachers (NBCT) are highly accomplished educators who meet high and rigorous standards.
New Teacher OrientationProfessional LearningNo Notes for this topic
Professional LearningProfessional LearningNo Notes for this topic
Title II AProfessional LearningNo Notes for this topic
Purchasing
TopicDepartmentNotes
Contracts - VendorsPurchasingThe Rockwood Board of Education is responsible for reviewing and approving contracts for personnel, as well as purchases such as technology and maintenance projects
Requests for Proposal (RFP)PurchasingNo Notes for this topic
Research, Assessment and Evaluation
TopicDepartmentNotes
Assessment (Standardized Testing)Research, Assessment and Evaluation​​​​​​​​The current Rockwood Assessment Plan was adopted by the Board of Education. It outlines the specific tests and assessments to be administered at different grade levels throughout the year.
Missouri School Improvement Program (MSIP)Research, Assessment and Evaluation​Every school district in the state of Missouri is evaluated on an ongoing basis by the MO Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) in order to establish accreditation.
Research RequestsResearch, Assessment and EvaluationNo Notes for this topic
Research, Assessment and EvaluationResearch, Assessment and EvaluationNo Notes for this topic
Survey RequestsResearch, Assessment and EvaluationNo Notes for this topic
Testing and Student Achievement DataResearch, Assessment and EvaluationNo Notes for this topic
Special Education, Section 504, Homebound
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Homebound Education ServicesSpecial Education, Section 504, HomeboundNo Notes for this topic
Special School DistrictSpecial Education, Section 504, HomeboundNo Notes for this topic
STEM and Digital Learning
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RoboticsSTEM and Digital LearningNo Notes for this topic
Student Services
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Boundaries/School Attendance AreaStudent ServicesNo Notes for this topic
Drug-Free CoalitionStudent Services​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Rockwood Drug-Free Coalition provides leadership, education and resources to prevent and address substance use among youth
Emergency PreparednessStudent ServicesNo Notes for this topic
Enrollment - New Resident StudentStudent ServicesA few things you need to know: It's important to complete the entire online enrollment application for your child. If parents do not complete the process, their child is not actively enrolled in the district. If you need assistance in completing the online enrollment application, please call our Rockwood Help Desk at (636) 733-1111. The hours are Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Smartphones are not supported devices with the online process. If you do not have access to an appropriate device, please come to your school to use a district computer for enrollment or census verification. Plus, we'll be happy to assist you with completing the online process, if needed. If you prefer to enroll your child in person, please call or visit your Rockwood school to set up an appointment. Families also may complete/print enrollment forms and then turn those forms in to their school registrar. To learn more about the online process, view the online registration video from Infinite Campus.
Enrollment - Resident KindergartenStudent ServicesRockwood offers full-day kindergarten in safe, caring school environments that benefit our Rockwood students.
Foster ChildrenStudent ServicesNo Notes for this topic
Health ServicesStudent ServicesNo Notes for this topic
HomelessnessStudent ServicesNo Notes for this topic
Individualized Learning CenterStudent ServicesThe Rockwood School District's Individualized Learning Center is located at the Administrative Annex Building B in Eureka, Missouri. Students are responsible for providing their own transportation to and from school. Enrollment is limited to 90 students ages 16 to 21. Students attend class from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The program utilizes a pass/fail grade system with 75% and above passing. Rockwood School District curriculum and graduation requirements apply. Teacher to student ratio is 1:15. Computer technology is utilized in all the classrooms. A multi-sensory approach to reaching individual student needs is practiced. Classes offered are based on student need. Students are able to participate in extracurricular programs if they meet Missouri State requirements. Transportation to the I.L.C. or to extracurricular activities is not provided by Rockwood School District. The school year schedule is the same starting, ending, holiday, and snow day schedule as all other Rockwood schools. Staff development days may differ. For a complete listing of such dates, see the school calendar page. Students are permitted to graduate at their home school. The I.L.C. has a "Completion Ceremony" for those students with enough credits to graduate. All Rockwo
Limited School Choice - Moving Schools within the DistrictStudent Services​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Limited choice is a program whereby Rockwood residents may request their children attend a school other than the one for their assigned attendance area.
Maps and BoundariesStudent ServicesNo Notes for this topic
Missouri Options ProgramStudent ServicesThe Missouri Options Program provides students at risk of not graduating or dropping out an alternative to earn a Rockwood School District diploma.
SafetyStudent ServicesNo Notes for this topic
Social WorkersStudent ServicesNo Notes for this topic
Superintendent
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Superientendent's CabinetSuperintendentNo Notes for this topic
Technology
TopicDepartmentNotes
Infinite Campus (Including Parent Log-On Issues and Grade Book)TechnologyInfinite Campus is Rockwood’s web-based student system that provides parents with information via the Campus Portal. Parents can view report cards for students in grades K-5. Grades, assignments and reports are available for students in grades 6-12. Parents/guardians who have an Activation Key or who already have a Campus account can access the system using the Students/Parents button on the right. Don't have an account or an Activation Key? Follow these steps to obtain one. All grade 6-12 students have a Campus account. For more information on student accounts, please see the Infinite Campus FAQs page.
Transportation
TopicDepartmentNotes
Bus (Resident Fenton Center)TransportationRockwood Transportation supports our students, families and community by safely transporting resident students efficiently and on-time. We work hard every day to maintain our standard of service, safety and excellence.
Bus (Resident Wildwood and Eureka Centers)TransportationRockwood Transportation supports our students, families and community by safely transporting resident students efficiently and on-time. We work hard every day to maintain our standard of service, safety and excellence.
Bus (VICC Transportation)TransportationThe program was established to increase racial integration in our metropolitan area under a Settlement Agreement approved by the federal court in 1983. The Agreement allows African-American students residing in the City of St. Louis to attend participating school districts in St. Louis County - providing certain eligibility requirements for behavior and residency are met. The program also allows non-African-American students who live in suburban school districts to transfer into St. Louis magnet schools.​
Transportation (Resident)TransportationRockwood Transportation supports our students, families and community by safely transporting resident students efficiently and on-time. We work hard every day to maintain our standard of service, safety and excellence.
Wellness and Health Services
TopicDepartmentNotes
NursesWellness and Health ServicesNo Notes for this topic