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Rio Rosales School - Oxnard, CA

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School NameAddressPhoneGradesCountyTypeDistrict Name
Rio Rosales School1001 Kohala Street
Oxnard, CA 93030
(805) 983-0277K-5VenturapublicRio Elementary

Ethnic BackgroundPercentYear
White, non-Hispanic5.752009
Black, non-Hispanic3.082009
Pacific Islander0.622009
Native American or Native Alaskan0.822009

Students per TeacherYear

School Head OfficialYear
Nick Bruski2011


Students Getting Free LunchYear

6/29/2011parentExcellent staff, and my son's class recently had every student pass or excel the State Standardized Tests. We are pleased to keep him in the school!
4/23/2009otherA great school! Wonderful, awesome, every possible compliment! :) - A Former Student
3/17/2009teacherWe are now a CA distinguished school and a Blue Ribbon nominee. Also a Title 1 Academic Achievement Award Winner. WE ROCK! We now have grass, structures, play ground, 'permanent portables' I love teaching there! I love teaching! Ms. Parks - Room d4!
12/5/2005parentThe classes are much to large for the teachers to provide the quality of education they would like. They are often frustrated at the lack of help and parent participation as well as district support provided to them. The children are still in portable classrooms and do not have adequate facilities for recess. The children do not have grass to play on or even one tree for shade, it is a depressing and colorless school. The children have no pride in their school.
8/20/2005parentRio Rosales is proof that good people can compensate for a poor facility. This school is comprised entirely of portables and, thanks mostly to poor district management, seems destined to be so for some years ahead. Nevertheless, scores are improving and students are learning and getting a quality foundational education in reading, writing and mathematics.
8/22/2004parentThis is a relatively new school. We had 1st year teachers in my childrens 1st and 2nd grade classes. They were so good, I did not know they were new until closer to the end of the year (just moved to CA). The principle is very involved with the students and her staff and makes every effort to provide them with the resources needed to facilitate their needs. The school is still in portables (budget issues) and even with that set-back they keep a good attitude toward the goals of educating the students to the highest possible standards. I am proud to have my children in this school.
6/19/2003  My son is in kindergarten at Rio Rosales school. Something my wife and I would have liked to see more from this school is the extracurricular activities for the kindergarten classes. There was a couple of times in which we got to go to the school and spend time with our son and do activities inside a class with a teacher present. I tought that was very nice that they where doing this but that was also the only time. If maybe the school would do it more often in the school years that are coming for not only my son but for other students and parents that like to be involved in these type of activities which I believe are great. Thank you for the opportunity you have given me to comment.

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