Roland Park, an urban elementary/middle school, empowers our diverse community of learners to achieve academic excellence. Teaching and learning at Roland Park provide a positive, engaging and challenging environment for creative and critical thinking.

  • K-2 Halloween Parade:  Friday, October 31st will be our Halloween Parade. Children in kindergarten should wear their costume to school all day long.  Children in grades 1 and 2 should bring their costumes to school.  They will have time after lunch to change into their costumes.  The parade begins at 1:20pm. It starts in the back parking lot and then continues down to Eddie’s and then back up the sidewalk to school. Look for a good place to stand so that you can wave to us. At the end of the parade the children will return to their classroom.  (If you do not want your child to participate in the parade please let your child’s teacher know.  There will be an alternate activity in the library with Ms. Sewell.)  Storybook characters are not a requirement, but parents should use their judgment in choosing costumes.  Not too scary, no weapons, etc.
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  • Bridging the Gap Between Elementary and Middle School - Tuesday  November 18th 2014, 6:00pm in the Roland Park Elementary Middle School Multi-Purpose Room

    “Bridging the Gap” is an information session designed to help students in elementary school make a smooth transition to middle school. Come hear the 6th grade assistant principal talk about a day in the life of a student in 6th grade and get a chance to meet a few of the 6th grade teachers and students.  We will discuss our various academic programs and extracurricular opportunities. This auditorium style presentation lasts about 1 hour and is specifically for parents of elementary children.

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    ***RPEMS Traffic Update***

    Please be aware that RolandAvenue between Northern Parkway and Cold Spring Lane will be undergoing constructionfor the 2014-15 school year.  Ouradministration, faculty, SFC Engagement Team and PTA have been working with theCity to minimize negative impacts during drop-off and pick-up times.  We will all be affected duringconstruction.  We will all need to be patient and use common sense duringthese times in order to keep studentsafety a priority.  Please adhere toall school and city traffic policies and consider giving yourself an extra 30minutes to get to school this year.  For regular updates regarding theconstruction, please click on the following link:  http://www.baltimorecityschools.org/domain/9310

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