Rosa Parks

Elementary

And Infant Toddler Program

Welcome

Rosa Parks is located in the Mid City/City Heights area of San Diego. We are part of an innovative City Heights Educational Initiative that partners three San Diego Unified schools: Hoover High, Monroe Clark Middle and Rosa Parks Elementary with San Diego State University and Price Charities. We operate as "community schools" providing comprehensive health and social services to students and their families. Read more»
Carolanne Buguey, Principal

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School News

  • City Heights Life May Issue

    Transforming lives in City Heights! Instead of dodging bullets on the street, they’re dodging paintball pellets in a park. Instead of marking their turf with graffiti on public property, they’re cleaning up taggers’ work from swing sets and basketball courts. Instead of focusing on all…

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  • El Cajon Blvd Complete Blvd Planning Study

    Join us for a Community Walking Tour along El Cajon Blvd to share your ideas on how to best improve the transit experience between Highland Avenue and 50th Street in City Heights Saturday, May 02, 2015 at 10am Starting in the Hoover High School Parking Lot

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  • Parent Academic Workshop (PAW)

    Parent Academic Workshop: Parents will receive information on the California Smarter Balance Assessments (SBAC) Thursday, May 21, 2015 7:45 am - 9:45 am

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  • The Community Law Project DACA Workshop

    The Community Law Project is hosting a DACA workshop Wednesday May 13, 2015 2pm- 4pm at Hoover High School in room 1103

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  • Spring Open House and Food Fair

    Spring Open House and Food Fair at Hoover High School Thursday, April 23, 2015 5:00pm-6:30pm* 11th & 12th Grade Family meetings begin at 6:15pm

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  • Teen Job Fair

    Attention teens! Are you looking for a job and don't know where to start? March 21, 2015 10am-1pm at Roberts Family Branch Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego 2230 E. Jewett Street San Diego, CA 92111

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