Roselawn Condon students are prepared to be innovative thinkers. Using a block schedule approach, we focus on all areas of instruction: math, reading, science, and social studies. One unique academic feature of our schedule is our science program. All students in grade 4-8 will have 90 minutes of science instruction daily, in addition to math and reading.
Roselawn Condon teachers embed technology into daily instruction. The building houses three mobile computer carts and one stationary lab for technological instruction. Each classroom contains at least four computers, internet access to educational sites and programs, a mounted, interactive overhead projector, and a DVD player to supplement classroom activities and lessons. Classrooms are provided with Smartboards for interactive learning.
Students at Roselawn Condon utilize a number of interactive computer programs, software and tutorials to enhance instruction. Some of these programs include: Superkids, Renaissance Learning, and Defined STEM.
The teaching staff at Roselawn Condon utilizes an eclectic approach to teaching and learning. Teachers use Kagan Cooperative learning structures, STEM-designed lesson-planning and other methods of instruction, proven in data, to actively engage students and increase student achievement.
College Preparatory Program (Grades 4-8)
We provide college preparatory classes for students in grades 4-6 and grades 7-8. The college prep course work for intermediate and junior high is accelerated and challenging. It is designed to prepare our students for the rigorous demands of high school and college. Students must adhere to the rules and expectations of the program. They are expected to meet the academic and behavioral demands while maintaining their grades in order to remain in our college preparatory program.
At Roselawn Condon, academic teams are divided as follows:
- Primary (PK-3)
- Intermediate (4-5)
- Middle School (6-8)