New Year’s Resolutions, Rocketship Education Style

The new year is filled with optimism and excitement. The chance to start fresh, and accomplish our goals is seemingly renewed, and motivation is in full swing. For elementary school student, the start of a new year marks a growth and reunion with friends and classmates. At Rocketship Education, students and educators look forward to the new year, and all the educational opportunities it will bring. One of the most anticipated parts of the new year for students and families is the opportunity to improve and boost their grades. At the beginning of each year, parents and educators of Rocketship Education come together to discuss ways to improve students focus and help provide the support they need to be successful for the remainder of the school year and beyond.

Using the new year as a fresh slate, Educators at Rocketship focuses on strengthening their relationships with students and families. Students who receive a significant amount of support are more empowered to reach their full potential. Rocketship realizes the importance of these support systems and has committed themselves to creating learning environments filled with trust, support, and encouragement.

Rocketship Education believes that every child, every student deserves the right to quality, equal education. Because several outside factors often determine where a child will go to school, parents are often forced to settle, rather than being presented with options. Early education is one of the most important things in a child’s life, as it lays the foundation for who they will be as they transition into adulthood. With public charter schools like Rocketship Education, we are slowly seeing improvements inequality in the world of education. The school’s mission is to completely abolish the achievement gap in low-income communities and empower students and families to take charge of their education.

With the help of parents, passionate educators and community supporters and volunteers, Rocketship Education have built a network of thirteen public charter schools, and their future looks exceedingly bright.

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