Information and Hours

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    Roberto Clemente School No. 8
    1180 St. Paul Street
    Rochester, NY 14621

    Phone  
    585-262-8888
     
    School Hours
    K - 8th Grade  7:30am - 3:00pm 
    Pre-K              8:30am - 2:30pm  
    (Pick up and drop off in main foyer)
     
    Principal
    Laurel Avery-Detoy | laurel.avery-detoy@rcsdk12.org

About RC8

  • Our Motto
    We are not Spectators.  We are members of a TEAM.

    Our Mission
    Roberto Clemente School No. 8 is a school where we enjoy the adventure of learning and promote the highest levels of achievement for all. We respect the school, the people in it and the work we create. We recognize that as a TEAM we are stronger together than we are apart.

    Our Vision
    Roberto Clemente School 8 strives to provide every student and adult the skills and resources necessary to become active, self-motivated, and lifelong learners.  

    In doing so, we hope to create a culture of inquiry in which learning is cherished and continuous. In order to accomplish our goals, we will commit to the following:

    • We will design and deliver engaging, exciting, and relevant instruction.
    • We will promote creativity, discovery, reflection, and balance.
    • We will foster perseverance, integrity, collaboration, and commitment ot quality.
    • We will cultivate belonging through the development of meaningful and trusting relationships. 

Principal's Book of the Month

  • November: Success and Failure

     All students need to be successful if they are to build the confidence and capacity to take risks and meet increasingly difficult challenges. But it is also important for students to learn from their failures, to persevere when things are hard, and to learn to turn disabilities into opportunities.

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RC8 Design Principles of the Month

  • EL Education is built on ten design principles that reflect the educational values and beliefs of Outward Bound. These principles also reflect the design's connection to other related thinking about teaching, learning, and the culture of schools.

     

    September—The Primacy of Self-Discovery

    “I am here to discover what I can do.”

     

     October—Empathy and Caring

    “I care for others; others care for me.”

     

     November—Success and Failure

     “Success is sweet, but mistakes are good food.”

     

     December—Service and Compassion

     “We do excellent things for others.”

     

     January—Solitude and Reflection

     “I need time to be with myself.”

     

     February—Diversity and Inclusion

    “Our differences make us stronger.”

     

     March—Collaboration and Competition

    “We work together as friends; I compete with myself.”

     

     April—The Responsibility for Learning

    “I am responsible for my learning, and I help others learn.”

     

    May— The Natural World

     “Nature is our teacher.”

     

     June—The Having of Wonderful Ideas

    “I have wonderful ideas.” 

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