Roosevelt Children’s Academy Charter School

Roosevelt Children’s Academy Charter School2018-08-14T10:26:33+00:00

School Profile

Region
Long Island
School District
Roosevelt Union Free School District
Grade Span
K-8 for 2018-19 / K-8 at End of Charter Term
Enrollment
800 for 2018-19 / 850 at End of Charter Term
Website

Locations & Contacts

Roosevelt Childrens Academy Charter School
Grade Span: K-4
105 Pleasant Avenue
Roosevelt, NY 11575
Contact: Desiree Galashaw
dgalashaw@rcacs.org
Roosevelt Childrens Academy Charter School
Grade Span: 5-8
201 Debevoise Avenue
Roosevelt, NY 11575
Contact: Darryl L. Wilson
dwilson@rcacs.org
Report Type Date Report
Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/15/2017 View
Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/15/2016 View
Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/15/2015 View
Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/15/2014 View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2017 View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2016 View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2015 View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2014 View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2013 View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2012 View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2011 View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2010 View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2009 View
Renewal Report 03/31/2015 View
Renewal Report 03/09/2010 View
Renewal Report 02/15/2005 View
Renewal Resolution 03/06/2015 View
Renewal Resolution 02/03/2015 View
School Evaluation Report 05/08/2018 View
School Evaluation Report 06/30/2017 View
School Evaluation Report 04/02/2013 View
School Evaluation Report 03/30/2012 View
School Evaluation Report 08/22/2007 View
School Evaluation Report 06/01/2002 View
School Evaluation Report 06/01/2001 View

The mission of RCA is to provide our children with educationally sound programs to broaden their horizons and maximize their abilities, so that they may fulfill their potential and become productive members of our society. Each member of our educational family fosters respect, support, and encouragement. We promote increased parent involvement and participation. As a result, we anticipate that parents will join with staff and students to share in the responsibility of their child’s education. As each member of our educational community sets high expectations for our students, we must also build each child’s confidence and self-esteem, support individualized thinking, encourage critical thinking, and foster a love of learning.