2019–2020 School Accountability Report Card
Santa Rosa Charter School for the Arts
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California School Dashboard
Kristen Vogel, Principal
- Principal, Santa Rosa Charter School for the Arts
About Our School
Santa Rosa Charter School for the Arts (SRCSA) Vision Statement SRCSA is a collaborative school community changing education by providing an academically rigorous program, using an arts-integrated approach. All members cultivate creativity and empathy, while embracing challenges to engage and develop the w hole child in a safe environment.
The mission of the Santa Rosa Charter School for the Arts is to provide K-8 students from the Santa Rosa community and beyond with an innovative, high quality education that focuses on the arts through a challenging, integrated, standards based academic program. The ultimate goal of our school is to give our students a lifetime appreciation of learning through the lens of the visual and performing arts and to assist in the development of committed, confident individuals who are willing to make positive contributions to the community at large.
This charter recognizes that students and schools are more successful when parents, staff, students and the community work together to support and foster learning for all. Therefore, at the Arts Charter School, the education of each child is a joint venture between the parent, student, community and school.
To support this goal:
1. Parents/guardians, staff, and community partners will be elected to serve on the Parent Advisory Board.
2. Parents and guardians who enroll their children in the school will accept their responsibility for their children’s education.
Therefore, they will agree to:
Discuss regularly with their child the importance of education and school.
Keep in regular contact with their child’s teacher(s) regarding student progress.
Attend school sponsored parent meetings regarding the school’s program.
Consistently support their child in completion of school work and preparation for assessments.
Parents and guardians will agree to participate in the life of the school. Two hours per month of service opportunities by each family are encouraged. Such service hours will be flexible and varied so as not to create barriers for a diverse student population. Varied service opportunities may include such things as classroom assistance, field trip transportation, fundraising support, Parent Advisory Committee work, tutoring, reading with students, or supporting arts-related activities. If families incur hardships that make the service requirement difficult or impossible to meet for a given time period, special arrangements may be made through an appeal process to the Charter School Advisory Committee.
ContactSanta Rosa Charter School for the Arts
756 Humboldt St.
Santa Rosa, CA 95404-3717