Romoland School District
25900 Leon Road
Homeland, CA 92548
Romoland School District is located in a small suburban community 22 miles south of Riverside, and 60 miles north of San Diego, just east of Interstate 215.
The District currently serves 2,940 students, residing over 32 square miles. To date, 260 people are employed on either a full or part-time basis. The district's schools are organized into three K-5 schools, and one 6-8 middle school. Students matriculate to Heritage High School, in the Perris Union High School District, for grades 9-12.
Socioeconomically, the District includes a diverse population representing a variety of income levels. A changing ethnic population highlights one of the most significant changes to the Romoland School District. The 2008 CSIS reflects the following ethnic breakdown: 71.2% Hispanic; 22.2% Caucasian; 2.9% African American; and 3.7% Other. 75% of the students qualify for the Free and Reduced Lunch Program.
Romoland School District takes pride in its ever-increasing student achievement. Out of 23 Riverside County school districts, Romoland was 1 of only 5 districts attaining AYP (Adequate Yearly Progress) in 2009. Our students consistently excel as they matriculate to high school; former Romoland School District students held the top grade point average in the freshman and sophomore class at Heritage High School during the 2009-2010 school year.
DISTRICT MISSION STATEMENT
Romoland School District serves, challenges, and inspires all students to achieve academic excellence, build character, and pursue lifelong learning.
♦ We provide each student with knowledge and experience to become a capable, responsible citizen in a diverse society.
♦ We celebrate each other's achievements, support each other through collaboration, and hold each other accountable.
♦ We act with personal integrity and treat everyone with fairness, equality, and dignity.
♦ We collaborate with the community in a courteous and professional manner.
♦ We maintain clean, functional, and safe campuses that promote a sense of pride.
Through fiscal solvency, Romoland School District will offer our students a rich and rigorous academic foundation.
♦ Provide a well-rounded, rigorous academic program
♦ Maintain fiscal solvency
♦ Maximize resources and work with community partners to expand programs and create equitable facilities
Parents are the first and most influential teachers children have. They instill values, model patterns of behavior, and demonstrate through examples, the value of education in their lives. Parents have vested interest in the success of school programs and they must be included as logical partners with the schools in the education of their children.
Romoland School District has strong parent support through the school site councils, parent-teacher organizations, and the District English Learner Committee. Parents also volunteer in our classrooms and assist with special events and programs.
Special Education Services ~ Dedicated staff members in excellent facilities provide a sound instructional program to meet the needs of special education students between the ages of 0-21 who reside in the District.
English Language Learners ~ The English Language Learner students have the opportunity to attain a high level of English proficiency and promote their academic success.
Think Together ~ This is a before and after school child care program that operates at all school sites.
Tutoring/Remediation ~ Students who are struggling academically receive assistance through intervention classes and extended day programs.
GATE Program ~ Students identified as Gifted and Talented receive differentiated instruction designed to extend the core curriculum and challenge those students with extraordinary capacities.
Head Start Preschool Program ~ This preschool program is offered at both Harvest Valley and Romoland Elementary Schools, under the direction of Mrs. Sherilyn Fuentes. For enrollment registration requirements and information, please call (951) 928-2924.
OUR STORY, OUR KIDS!
We strive to inspire and empower our students. If you are a former Romoland School District student and have a story to tell about the accomplishments in your life, we would like to share it with our students and our community. From college acceptance to an interesting vocation, we would like to hear about the successes of our former students.
Please e-mail your story to the superintendent at, email@example.com. Please include your name, the years, and school(s) you attended in our District.
If you do not wish to leave your full name, a first name and last initial is acceptable. We look forward to hearing from you!