Click the link below to read the
2015-2016 School Improvement Council
Annual Report to Parents
The Boys in Charge (BIC)
program provides opportunities for boys to increase their math skills. Math activities required parents to work with
their sons. Sgt. Barrett, with the
Richland County Sheriff Department, spoke to the boys concerning the importance
of education. BIC students celebrated
their success with an award ceremony.
Click below to view the Digital Learning Environment (DLE) Parent Orientation Presentation.
See how Rosewood students learn about the life and art of
Click the link below.
“Thanks to a new federal program, The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), all Richland One students will be able to eat breakfast, lunch, supper and snacks at no charge! Parents, no application is required and no money is needed to purchase these meals. Please contact Student Nutrition Services at 803-231-6953 or the cafeteria for more information.”
On August 31, 1964 Rosewood Elementary School was one of many schools across the state of South Carolina that opened its doors to African American students. Robert and Andrew Fruster, Eugene and Cynthia Turnipseed, and Beverly Ann, Evelyn, and Pamela Cleveland were the first African American students to attend Rosewood Elementary School. That day, 50 years ago, meant the end of segregation at Rosewood Elementary School and the beginning of togetherness - everyone working and learning together.
Mrs. Lori Yandle
Rosewood Elementary School Teacher of the Year
Rosewood Elementary, in collaboration with an engaged community, is committed to ensuring each learner achieves his / her potential in a safe, caring, academically challenging and diverse learning environment that will develop productive citizens for a changing world.