World of Inquiry School No. 58  
    World of Inquiry School No. 58
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    Principal: Sheelarani Webster | Sheelarani.Webster@rcsdk12.org
    Assistant PrincipalP.Kwame Donko-Hanson | P.Kwame.Donko-Hanson@rcsdk12.org
    Assistant Principal: Charles Smith | Charles.Smith@rcsdk12.org
    Academy DirectorKimberly Garlock | Kimberly.Garlock@rcsdk12.org
    Academy DirectorJennifer Johnson | Jennifer.Johnson2@RCSDK12.ORG
    Parent Contact: Shelly Boyd | Shelly.Boyd@rcsdk12.org
    Board LiaisonDr. Elizabeth Hallmark | Elizabeth.Hallmark@rcsdk12.org
    School Chief: Toyia Wilson - Chief of School Leadership PreK-12
    School Profile  School Improvement Plan  DASA Coordinator  
    Restorative Practices  Expeditionary Learning
    Grade Level: K-12
    Uniforms Required: Yes
    Foreign Languages: No
    English Language Learners: Yes
    Honors/Enrichment Classes: Yes
    Early Literacy Program: Yes
    Chorus: Yes
    Band/Orchestra: Yes
    Instrumental Music Lessons: Yes
    Sports: Yes, starting in grade 7
    Step Teams: Yes
    Extended/Expanded Day: No
    Saturday School: Yes, starting in grade 7
    On-Site After-School Care: No
    Summer Programs: No

    Business/College/Faith Partnerships: University of Rochester, Nazareth College, St. John Fisher College, Monroe Community College, Key Bank, Expeditionary Learning, Junior Achievement, Hart’s Grocery, Buddy Readers through a local church
    • A K-12 Expeditionary Learning (EL) School and recipient of the prestigious Blue Ribbon Award (2010).

    • Staff follow EL best practices that promote rigorous and engaging curriculum; active, inquiry-based teaching; and a school culture that demands and teaches compassion and good citizenship.
    • Students engage in a rigorous and well-rounded curriculum that integrates math, ELA, science, social studies, arts, music, and fitness within a learning expedition.
    • Students engage in two grade-level “learning expeditions,” which are long-term intellectual investigations where learning is connected to real-world experiences through interdisciplinary projects that promote citizenship and character development.
    • Students participate in two Outward-Bound excursions that challenge their mental and physical well-being.