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  • Join us for Briefing on B days and D days from 8:10 - 8:30 am.
    What is Briefing? Briefing is our time to come together as a school family. We welcome new visitors, share our class work, and celebrate our many different cultures. Once you attend one, you'll want to attend many more!
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  • Participate in a Workgroup!
    Do you want to take a more active role in your student's school?  Join one of our Workgroups, or become a member of our PTO! 
    Click here for more Workgroup information. 
    Attention parents
    and teachers!
    You are invited to our next PTO Meeting on April 22nd at 6:30 pm in the school library!
    Meet other parents and teachers and help out the school!
    Snacks will be provided, and children are welcome.
    Contact Co-Chairs Beth and Paul Urai with any questions. Beth Urai: 585-259-5981
    or Email
    Click here for more information about our PTO.
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  • We need you!!!!  Contact your student's teacher if you would like to volunteer in the classroom.
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Welcome to the Children's School of Rochester
What's New? 
Our next PTO (Parent Teacher Organization) Meeting is on April 22nd at 6:30 pm in the school library. Snacks are provided and children are welcome. We'd love to see you there!
Coupon books are available until the end of March!
Support CSR by purchasing a SaveAround Rochester Coupon Book! They cost $20 each and are filled with coupons for many great local restaurants and attractions. Buy one from Paul Urai at briefing, or send an email to and we'll hook you up!
Mission and Belief
We believe that in order for students to learn, to know how to learn and to love to learn, a structure and curriculum which is child centered must be firmly articulated and put into operation. We also believe that learning must be bonded with the child’s home culture and that the structure and curriculum in place must explicitly value and nurture this bond.
The mission of this school is to enable students to become critical, literate thinkers and doers. The mission will be met through:
1. A child-centered structure and curriculum, which focuses on the child’s psychological, physical, academic, and socio-cultural development.
2. Teaching which is self-conscious, reflective, and subordinated to learning.
3. A development of multicultural respect, understanding, and awareness.
The school is a celebration of childhood where a sense of community underpins learning and where curriculum and activities are structured so that they are hands-on, meaningful, and collaborative. The atmosphere of this school will be non-threatening, challenging, and authentic.

School Hours:

Students Report   7:35 a.m.
Dismissal             2:10 p.m.

There is no longer early dismissal on Wednesdays.