RCSA Monthly Bulletin
We are excited to be working on some new initiatives to strengthen our family engagement. Part of this includes offering family engagement sessions. These will be offered to our families for free to promote family involvement and enhance student achievement. We are asking for your input as we plan these sessions. When you are able to, please complete this short, anonymous survey here. Your feedback is greatly appreciated!
Last year we started a program called our Core Parent Group. We have taken a little break due to the pandemic but are going to start meeting again virtually. The Core Parent Group exists to support the school by helping with public affairs and communication, events and fundraising, and strengthening parent involvement by developing a team of parent ambassadors at all four of our campuses. We will meet every other month. If you are interested in joining, please send me an email. Depending on interest, we may or may not be able to accept everyone. We ask for those that join to be committed to volunteering and working together.
Please enjoy the photos and news below about some of the exciting activities we have been up to at RCSA.
Chief of Public Affairs & Co-Founder, RCSA
Breast Cancer Awareness
First Responders Day
RCSA Mandarin held a dress down day to raise funds for First Responders. They donated to our JSO and JFRD.
RCSA Innovation, Elementary, and Mandarin all celebrated Unity Day. We dressed down in orange and celebrated kindness, inclusion, and courage.
Kindergarten classes at RCSA Mandarin enjoyed an exciting day of pumpkins and treats!
First Responders Day
- RCSA Innovation held College Week, a week full of dress down days relating to college.
- Each school celebrated their custodians on National Custodian Day. We are so appreciative of everything they do!
- RCSA Elementary held Stomp Out Bullying Day. Students wore blue to show support for anti-bullying.
We are proud to be an Emerging State School of Character by Character.org and are working towards earning our State School of Character Certification. Implementing a strong character education program is an important part of K – 12 education and is very important to us at RCSA. Each month, students across all grades and campuses will be learning about the same character trait of the month. This means that they can share and discuss with their friends and siblings who may not be in the same grade as them. We encourage families at home to discuss the character traits and further explore them with your students! The character traits for October are teamwork and courage.