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    Rhodes 6th grade students learn to program robots.

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    8th grade students at Rhodes earn high school credit for their Video Production class.

  • Left to right: Mr. Dartez, Ms. Guevara, Ms. Epstein, Ms. Barrios Magnet Coordinator and Magnet teachers in front of the STEM Lab of Jeremiah Rhodes Middle School.

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Rhodes Middle School - A Technology & Media Internal Charter School

As a technology and media internal charter school, Rhodes Middle School strives to improve and strengthen the academic performance of each one of our students by incorporating technology throughout our curriculum and across disciplines.

As an internal charter school specializing in the area of technology, our goal is to have technology at the foundation of our teachings, but also to prepare our students for an awaiting world that embraces technology in a multitude of ways.
We strongly believe that students deserve and are entitled to every opportunity to leave with the essential knowledge and skills necessary to further their education. As the world changes and becomes more heavily reliant on technology as a means to an end, we feel that providing classrooms that bring together standard teachings, technology and real world applications would best prepare them for the awaiting higher levels of education and future careers.

Rhodes School Performance Framework (SPF) Focus Group Responses

An SPF is a way to measure school quality. It is a tool that measures school culture as well as academics. It answers important questions such as: Are students progressing academically? Are parents satisfied? What is the school’s culture? Schools will receive a School Performance Report (SPR) annually that shows how they performed on defined metrics.

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The Paw Print

This is a monthly newsletter put out by the Jeremiah Rhodes Technology & Media Middle School Journalism class and will be updated as often as possible. Please check back regularly!


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