NBC Channel 4 News feature (April 2, 2020) on Oswalt Academy: Even though the school campus is physically closed, Oswalt Academy's staff decided to show their families how much they missed them in a special way.
"Oswalt Academy is a very special place filled with people that truly care for kids and it showed this past week. In our time of social distancing and school dismissal, Oswalt Teachers and Staff wanted to connect with our students in a special way. They got together in a collaborative effort to design a parade route that went through our school’s neighborhood and community. Teachers and staff made signs and decorated their cars to send heartfelt messages to our kids and families making sure they knew how much we miss them. We are a family at Oswalt, and together we will rise above these times as only EAGLES can!!" - Oswalt Principal Jason Gass.
RUSD Superintendent Dr. Julie Mitchell reads Curious George for RUSD families to enjoy during the student dismissal - part of the RUSD Storytime series of our educators reading their favorite books.Uploaded Mar 31, 2020
RUSD Storytime with Superintendent Dr. Mitchell is back sharing a family favorite book -- If You Give A Mouse A Cookie.Uploaded Mar 31, 2020
Superintendent Dr. Mitchell (and her friend Molly!) reads a family favorite book, Stellaluna. RUSD Educators share their favorite books during the student missal for families to enjoy.Uploaded Mar 31, 2020
RUSD Educators read stories for families to enjoy during student dismissal! Dr. Yesenia Alvarez, Principal of Hurley Elementary, reads the book la llama llama rojo pijama.Uploaded Mar 31, 2020
RUSD Educators read stories during student dismissal! Mrs. Annette Ramirez, Principal of Ybarra Academy reads the book Quiero Ser Famoso.Uploaded Mar 30, 2020
Rowland Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Julie Mitchell shares with the community an update on how the coronavirus (COVID-19) discusses the extended school dismissal, student learning from home, free meals to go for children 18 and under and hotline services for the public. For the latest updates please visit www.rowlandschools.org
The Arts Are Alive in the Rowland Unified School District! Thanks to our community's support of the Measure R Bond, RUSD is excited to have opened its new state-of-the-art $8 million dollar facility on January 31, 2020. The 18,000 square foot center features a 615 seat theater, along with the latest lighting and sound equipment. It is designed to showcase a variety of visual and performing arts from schools across the District, along with district presentations and community events. For more information contact the RUSD Performing Arts Center Manager Mark Villalobos at email@example.com.Uploaded Mar 04, 2020
Santana High School Graduate Noah Wright (Class of 2019) shares his experience about Santana High School and how the staff helped him achieve success. Santana High School was just named a 2020 California Model Continuation High School for their innovative approach to instruction that help and support students who have faced many challenges get back on the pathway to learning and achievement.
For more information about Santana High School, please call (626)965-3496 or visit www.santanahs.org
(RUSD Video Series - 2/26/20).
Rowland Unified School District is committed to Innovative Learning for All and has award-winning schools and programs. Our goal is for every student to reach his or her academic potential by building a strong educational foundation in a nurturing environment with parent involvement. Your child's educational success is the priority of the Rowland Unified School District. Our district will also continue to offer resident students who would like to be considered for attendance in a school within Rowland Unified School District other than their assigned school of residence, Priority Registration for 2020-21 is January 27, 2020 to February 27, 2020. Enroll at www.RowlandSchools.orgUploaded Dec 31, 2019