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Research Based Educational Program

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Our model includes key components designed to meet the specific needs of Robla students:
  • an extended school day (8:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.) and school year, to provide additional time for academic learning and social emotional development;
  • a college-going culture with high expectations for student success;
  • a visual and performing arts program offered to all students during the school day and in our after school program (Monday-Wednesday and Friday, 3:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.)
  • culturally, linguistically, and developmentally appropriate content and strategies for every student;
  • standards-aligned curricula and assessments that are backwards-planned to ensure core content is mastered;
  • data-driven, differentiated instruction for varied learning styles and varied ability levels, including opportunities for collaboration and project-based learning with tech-based learning to increase engagement and further personalize learning;
  • a Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) model for academic, behavioral and social interventions and support;
  • mastery learning and grading to provide students multiple opportunities to learn and demonstrate their learning;
  • an emphasis on positive school culture and social emotional development permeates the program, with home visits for every family, PBIS and restorative practices, social emotional learning curriculum in Advisory, and support from NHCS’ on-site Counselor, including referrals to outside partner agencies for student and families support services;
  • intensive, ongoing teacher PD and coaching and time built in weekly for teacher/staff collaboration for horizontal and vertical alignment and exchange of best practices ensures high-quality instruction and development of each student;
  • and, finally, parent engagement is a hallmark of the program, to help foster students’ academic success and healthy development.