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Rosa Parks Elementary School

Sacramento, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-8
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  • Enrollment: 814


Rosa Parks Elementary School
2250 68th Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95822
(916) 395-5327
Rosa Parks Elementary School is located in Sacramento, CA and serves grades K-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 2 out of 10
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Reviews9 Reviews

A disgrace to all teachers in Sacramento distri t they need to be ashamed of themselves if they even have a school in Sacramento was so poor academics with teachers that don't care and students that are not motivated to learn it's a disgrace they need to step their game up
From a student[becoming an 8th grader this year 2014-15] This school is improving, rebuilding, and changing. It's kind of ghetto, not a lot 'cause of the generation. The teachers&staff are kind, strict, stupid, fun, mean, serious, etc. We all feel/know how teachers&staff are. Now, the students, they're unique and talented. Some are mature or some are still there or just careless. Their are not a lot of troublemakers, just not as you think. Some blame because of teachers/staff. Some because of the students, them selves. About the school neighborhood, its okayish. There's noises and stuff, and it's changing. I live near so I know. PS. I hate this school, but I'm forcing myself that i have to like it and a school is just a school. Just need to pass this grade and high school here I come! There's more to tell, but I'm too lazy. |Trust my review.|
looking for rosa parks k-8? yeah, good luck finding any updated information since mark hopkins elementary merged with rosa parks middle school. this school is horrible. simply horrible. there is very little education going on when most of class time is spent disciplining students who have no idea how to act in a classroom setting (which, unfortunately, is 90% of the students that attend this school). if you value your child's education, this is definitely not the institution to place them in.
This school reflects the neighborhood. I wouldn't want to live there, and I wouldn't want my kids to attend school here. Schools in this area simply pass along the students. There is no education for the majority of students... and it doesn't matter if they fail all of their classes... they are still passed along to the next grade. Near 50% of students read consistently between a second and third grade level.
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