Rosewood Programs

SCHOOL FOR ADVANCED STUDIES (SAS)

The Schools for Advanced Studies (SAS) are programs designed throughout the District which have been implemented to improve educational options and increase professional training to support the development of gifted and talented youth. The Schools for Advanced Studies Program receives funding from the District in the form of a block grant. SAS teachers and administrators are required to participate in professional development training.

GIFTED AND TALENTED EDUCATION (GATE)

Purpose
Gifted/Talented Programs creates high end learning opportunities which allow students to flourish in stimulating academic and social environments. In designing challenging educational opportunities, we strive to raise the floor, remove the walls and eliminate the ceiling on learning.

Philosophy
The philosophy of Gifted/Talented Programs is integrally connected to the District mission statement. The District's instructional programs for gifted and talented students are based on the principles that all students are to receive an education appropriate to their individual capabilities, interests, and needs, and that students have learning opportunities that help develop their abilities to the highest level. Because gifted and talented students generally demonstrate high performance or capacity for high performance beyond age/grade expectations, they are atypical learners who require specialized learning experiences beyond the regular curriculum.

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Rosewood GATE contact: Ms. Fritsch

 DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION

Differentiation means tailoring instruction to meet individual needs. Whether teachers differentiate content, process, products, or the learning environment, the use of ongoing assessment and flexible grouping makes this a successful approach to instruction.                                                                               

AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS YOUTH SERVICES AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM (YS)

The Beyond the Bell (BTB) Branch Youth Services Section provides an after school safe haven for children in grades 1-6. A trained supervisor plans and conducts the program each day after school for children. This program is provided free-of-charge to participants.

The program operates from the time of school dismissal until 6:00PM, to better meet the recreational and supervision needs of children, as well as those of working parents.

Youth Services is a permissive program where participants arrive and leave at their own discretion.  The elementary school playground program is for elementary school students in grades 1 through 6.  The Youth Services program is open only to students attending the school where the program is located (or students who are transported to/from the site).  Participation in the Youth Services programs is a privilege, although eligible students are welcome.  Participants must conduct themselves in a manner consistent with rules and regulations of the school.  Playground rules are posted.  Students may lose the privilege of participating in the program at the discretion of site staff and with the approval of the site administrator.

 Parents must sign an agreement with the Youth Services Program prior to their child being eligible to participate.  To view a copy of the agreement, click here “Parent/Guardian Agreement for Participation in the Youth Services after School Program.”      

Arc AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

ARC is a structured and supervised program provided though a grant. ARC conducts a free program provided through a grant and a paid program, as well as enrichment classes.

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB

The Boys and Girls Club of Hollywood is offering their after school program with free transportation for a select number of Rosewood students. This program is open to 50 Rosewood students, but they can only offer free transportation for 20. This is a structured and supervised after school program that runs until 7:00pm nightly. Students are picked up at Rosewood and transported to the Boys and Girls Club at 850 N. Cahuenga Blvd. Interested parents should contact the Boys and Girls Club for more information. (323) 464-7326