Roberto Clemente School No. 8

Roberto Clemente School No. 8

School Information

  • Roberto Clemente School No. 8 is located in the Northeast Zone.

What Every Family Should Know

  • The staff, students, and parents of Roberto Clemente School 8 promote unity by celebrating diversity in culture, knowledge and experience. Our school community and our community partners work together with a common focus of doing what is best for ALL students to meet academic, social, emotional and behavioral needs. As a team, we use data to identify areas in need of improvement and focus instruction on strengthening those areas. We believe that instilling HOPE in our students and striving for high standards will drive us to reach our fullest potential. The Roberto Clemente staff incorporates the Habits of Work and Learning(HOWLS) into every day routines and instructional practices.

Program Features

  • Uniforms Required No
    Foreign Languages Spanish
    English Language Learners Yes
    Honors/Enrichment Classes Our middle school students have the opportunity to complete 8th grade with high school credits in Spanish, Algebra and Living Environment
    Early Literacy Program Yes
    Chorus Yes
    Band/Orchestra Yes
    Instrumental Music Lessons Yes
    Sports Yes
    Step Teams No
    Extended/Expanded Day No
    Saturday School No
    On-Site After-School Care Yes
    Summer Programs No
    Business/College/Faith Partnerships Rochester Rotary, Center For Youth, YMCA, Hillside Health Homes, Common Ground Health, Food Link, East Vision Care Program, Fidelis, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Oriental Trading Company, St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Northridge Church, Fidelis Care, Mercy High School

Unique Features

    • Features a technology lab, Clear Touch 60-inch monitors in all Pre-K-6 classrooms with Chromebook 1:1 correspondence for all students. The school follows the technology infusion plan for English Language Arts and Mathematics.
    • Parent involvement, including an active Parent Teacher Organization, a full-time parent liaison, and parent participation in all School-Based Planning Team meetings. Other engagement activities include student-led conferences, Coffee with the Principal, monthly Curriculum Nights, a Back-to-School Night, Scholastic Book Fair, and Kindergarten Lending Library.
    • Extracurricular activities include a 24 Math Club, City League Basketball, Orchestra, Band, Choir, Cheerleading, Arts Camp, Flower City Days, and a sixth-grade class trip.