The Children's School of Rochester School No. 15
Start Time 7:30 a.m.
Dismissal Time 2:00 p.m.Grade Level PreK-6
What Every Family Should Know
Half of the students at The Children’s School are English language learners from other countries who bring a variety of cultural traditions and life experiences which enrich instruction for all students. We also have a unique school governance which includes staff, families, administrators, and community partners working collaboratively in shared decision making. Families are invited to attend our school-wide “Morning Briefings” (assemblies) which celebrate students’ learning and their accomplishments.
Uniforms Required NoForeign Languages NoEnglish Language Learners YesHonors/Enrichment Classes NoEarly Literacy Program YesChorus YesBand/Orchestra YesInstrumental Music Lessons YesSports NoStep Teams NoExtended/Expanded Day NoSaturday School NoOn-Site After-School Care NoSummer Programs YesBusiness/College/Faith Partnerships First Unitarian Church, University of Rochester School of Nursing, University of Rochester Refugee Student Alliance
- Extracurricular activities provide opportunities for families and community partners to work collaboratively in shared decision making. This includes the PTO and school work groups that provide school governance.
- Families are invited to participate in “Morning Briefings,” which are assemblies and/or celebrations that provide an opportunity for students to share their accomplishments and establish a firm literacy foundation.
- English as a New Language (ENL) services support students’ academic needs. Half of the students in this school are from other countries and bring a variety of cultural traditions and life experiences which enrich instruction for all students. These are celebrated and shared at frequent school events for students, families, and community partners.
- Parents and guardians who are learning English as a new language are invited to join our Family Literacy Program.