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      Rockbridge Elementary School is committed to building the capacity of all our families and stakeholders to be informed and positively committed in the education and academic success of our students.  Therefore we have opened our Parent Center with age and grade appropriate books, learning games and materials for our families to use with their children.  Additionally, we have parenting resources and computers for your use-- free of charge!  As we progress throughout the remainder of the school year, we will also have parenting workshops for you to participate in.
      Our Parent Center is open and ready for you to come in.  Our hours are Monday-Friday, from 8am-3:30 pm.  You can reach Mrs. Potts, our Parent Center Administrator, at 678-676-6133.  Appointments are not needed, however you are more than welcomed to reserve a specific time.  This service is another benefit of our DCSD and the school's Title 1 Program.  
Parent In-Class Observation

 The purpose of the parent in-class observation is to adhere to our school's "open door policy", by allowing parents to view the standards being taught by our teachers, as well as, the academic progress/performance of your child. Additionally, this in class observation gives parents an opportunity to view their child's academic progress and behavior during our protected instructional time. Parents may observe their child's class for a maximum of one hour between 8am-1pm.

Parents please keep in mind the teacher is conducting instructional lessons/tasks and is not available to hold a conference during instructional time; however, you may make a note of any concerns about the observation and discuss them during a parent/teacher conference meeting. After the observation, you may contact the teacher to schedule a conference via the telephone or face-to-face. All immediate concerns should be addressed to the school principal. Thank you for supporting our boys and girls here at Rockbridge as student achievement and school safety is our priority.

Always keeping children first,

Derrick Brown, Principal 


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