Roselawn Elementary Programs
Roselawn Elementary is proud to offer a wide array of specialty programs, each of which is designed to help your child accelerate and master important and practical skills. A full list of available programs is listed below. Please contact us to learn more about these programs and how your child can benefit from them.
Roselawn Elementary understands the busy schedules families have to work around, which is why we offer both a before and after school program as a playful, educational option for children while parents take care of other responsibilities. Our programs are equipped with qualified faculty who prepare uplifting activities for your child in a fun and save environment.
To expand your child’s educational resources, Roselawn Elementary is equipped with a media center and computer lab that is available for all classes to use.
Roselawn is nestled in a cultural bilingual community, which is why we offer an English as a Second Language (ESL) program for students who are still learning English. We don’t want children who are still mastering the language to fall behind in their school studies, so this program is designed to keep your child up-to-speed in other subjects while still getting a hand on English.
We believe it’s important for every child to have a quality educational experience. Roselawn Elementary has a compassionate special education staff qualified and ready to work with students who need special care.
Special Instructional Programs/Section 504
Each qualified student within the district who is eligible to receive regular or special education or related aids or services, regardless of the nature or severity of the condition necessitating such programs or services, shall receive free appropriate education in the district. Visit our Special Instructional Programs/Section 504 page on our district website for more information.
Roselawn Elementary is a Title I school, which means that we get financial help to use toward programs for children from low-income families. For more information on what this might mean for your child, please visit the New Mexico Public Education Department's website.