Rowland Avenue Elementary School

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  • gold ribbon Welcome to Rowland Avenue School

    Rowland Avenue Elementary School is a destination and a journey.  We are a school community that nurtures and inspires, supports and challenges, reflects and redesigns.  We are committed to maintaining a safe campus and a positive learning environment where all feel welcomed, respected, valued, and an important part of the school.  We encourage home and community support and strive to communicate progress toward our goals.  At Rowland Avenue, instructional goals are aligned with California Standards.  Students know what is expected, are prepared for success, and are given opportunities to reach their potential.  At Rowland Avenue, each child is encouraged to achieve academic excellence and develop a desire for lifelong learning in our diverse, but highly connected world. 


    Read. Understand. Never Give Up

    Read to Understand and Respond to the Task



  • Please joins us today, Janurary 17, for our monthly family reading night. Students can read, take quizzes, and spin a prize wheel. It is from 5:00-7:00pm in the Rowland Library. Family Reading Night

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  • Rowland's 5th grade students went around the neighborhood singing Christmas Carols to excited listeners. Students, parents, and close neighboorhood members were thrilled with the JOY a simple song brought to our community. 1 2 3 4

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  • Santa, Rudolph, and Rowland’s Reindeer cause a rollicking ruckus and win the Costume Contest....again! We showed up with pride to the Covina-Valley Council's Winter wonderland Lunch and Silent Auction. This event raises money to give $500 scholarships to 15 seniors. PTA PTA

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  • Rowland students are supporting and donating socks to people in need! Together, we raised over 390 socks! Watch our students throw their socks into a giant stocking! Video of Sock Toss

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  • As a Coding Magnet School, Rowland students will complete 3 Epic Builds to gain knowledge in computer science. For our first Epic Build, students completed an assignment on Scratch, learned vocabulary associated with computer programing, and presented their projects to friends and family. Epic Build 1 Epic Build 1 Epic Build 1 Epic Build 1

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  • Some of our teachers supporting loved ones at Rowland and in their

    lives at the City of Hope Women's Cancer Movement. We are #Rowlandstrong 


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  • Thank you Love BMX and PTA for putting on an awesome show. Students got to see amazing tricks on the bikes, watch the performers jump over Mrs. Christensen and the PTA, hear about staying Drug Free, and learn about the importance of reading and responding to the task. 


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  • Everyone had a great time doing the costume parade!!! Thank you for all your participation!First Grade 4th and 5th Grade TK, KA, and K 3rd Grade

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  • PTA and West Covina PD We are so excited to start Red Ribbon Week off with a visit from the West Covina Police Depratment! Here at Rowland, we pledge to be Drug Free!!!West Covina Rowland  Wear Red

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  • Computer Science Immersion We are excited to announce that Rowland Avenue is a Computer Science Immersion School.  All students will learn and practice coding, preparing them for a future of limitless possibilities! 

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  • Everyone at Rowland participated in the Great American Shake Out to practice safe procedures in the event of an emergency. Earthquake Drill

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  • Kinder Academy

    Kinder Academy students on the road

    to academic success!  

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  • Masquerade Ball

    PTA created a magical family night -

    food, dancing, and fun!

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  • Spelling Bee 2017

    Participants and Winners - Congratulations to All!

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  • Rover

    Melissa shared her knowledge of robotic rovers

    from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

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  • Read Aloud Party!

    Students read to volunteers.  We have

    an intergenerational partnership with

    Bridgecreek Retirement Home.  

    This is our 9th year!  Thank you Bridgecreek!

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  • Congratulations to Gabriel and Sandra.  

    They got 100% on an AR quiz and their

    names were drawn in a raffle.  Thank you

    to Dr. Bakken for her continued generosity!

    Bike Winners from February!  

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  • Rowland Avenue Music Teachers

    We appreciate the Music Teachers of Rowland Avenue!

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  • Cans for our Food Pantry

    Thank you for all of your contributions of cans for our District food pantry!

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  • Thank You Dairy Council

    The Mobile Classroom of the Dairy Council visited Rowland!  We learned a lot about Millky Way and Oreo.


    Mrs. Howard and Oreo

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  • Students at Rowland Avenue were treated to their very own parade.

    Fifth graders researched a state and constructed floats.  Students enjoyed the Parade of Floats!

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  • Congratulations, Robert!

    Congratulations, Robert!  Robert's illustration was selected to become the cover of the Covina Police Department's Holiday Card.  We salute your accomplishments!

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  • Getting Started on Homework

    Brain Power Hour

    Brain Power Hour is an after school program that gives students a place to begin their homework, read books, take quizzes, and practice their skills using an online program called i-Ready.  It's making a difference!

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  • Red Ribbon Week

    Red Ribbon Week

    Students were welcomed to school by Officer Doug during a morning assembly.  This begins a week of activities reminding us to "Say No To Drugs."

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  • Covina High School Marching Band Welcomes Students and Volunteers

    Students were greeted by Covina High School Band students as they arrived at school on Wednesday. Rowland Avenue families and staff members want to say a special thank you to Principal Kraus, Mr. Franco, and the talented Colts of Covina High School! Amazing!!!

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  • Walk A Thon 2016 2016 Walk A Thon

    Students and Parents participated in the 2016 Walk A Thon to raise money for field trips.  It was an energy-filled event as students tallied their laps. Lively music, a bubble machine, and smiling parent volunteers made the Walk A Thon a great success!


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  • Lunch with Law Enforcement Lunch with Law Enforcement

    Students were excited to eat pizza with officers and deputies. Thank you to Captain Bell and Officer Flores of the West Covina Police Department and deputies with the San Dimas Sheriff's Department for spending time with us. Students raised money to purchase stuffed animals to give officers for kids that may be frightened or in need. Thank you for all that you do to keep our communities safe.

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