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Welcome to Rosaryville Elementary School
" Home of the Jaguars "
 

"A World Language School-Now Offering Spanish Instruction!"  

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 Mrs. Rashida Edwards,  Principal || Dr. Catherine Scott, Assistant Principal  

9925 Rosaryville Road, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Phone: 301-599-2490 || Fax: 301-599-2494
 

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  Rosaryville Elementary Back to School Nights:
 Tuesday, September 9, 2014 (K - 2nd) at 6:00 pm
 and
 Wednesday, September 10, 2014 (3rd - 6th) at 6:00 pm
  
BACK to SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST:  RES Supply List 2014-2015  
 
SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY: Uniform policy 2014-2015 updated 8_14 
 
    Spanish 

 

World Language Program Flier 

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 School Hours 
7:45 AM - 1:55 PM
Doors open at 7:30 AM
 



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Rosaryville Elementary School Vision:

The Rosaryville Elementary School vision is to build a community of excellence where 100% of students  

exceed proficiency standards while gaining the knowledge, skills, and character traits that will lead to  

college readiness, life-long learning and civic engagement. 

 

Rosaryville Elementary School Mission:

The mission of Rosaryville Elementary School is to provide a rigorous, nurturing and safe environment that inspires students to maximize their academic and social potential by: 

  • Actively promoting and maintaining the belief that all children have the capacity to learn at high levels. 
  • Actively promoting and maintaining the belief that effort and confidence are the building blocks to academic success. 
  • Actively teaching students and parents that intelligence is not an innate trait but is a result of effective effort. 
  • Actively welcoming and engaging parents and community members into Rosaryville Elementary School learning experiences. 
  • Modeling a commitment to life-long learning by actively engaging in collaborative planning and professional development. 
  • Using data to drive instructional practices and decision making. 
  • Using Common Core State Standards to provide rigorous learning experiences for all students. 

 

   

 
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