2014-15 Reward School
Robert Treat Academy has been named a Reward School for the 4th consecutive year! A Reward School is a school with outstanding student achievement or growth over the past three years.
Robert Treat Academy offers children ages five and older an opportunity to learn and grow in a safe and stimulating academic environment in which the core subjects of language arts, mathematics, science, technology, social science and world language are bonded to the values of self-worth, respect for one another, one’s community, state and nation. Students, parents, staff and adult community members will each play critical roles in the Academy, a total involvement institution. Parental participation, year-round learning and cultural experiences will demonstrate to all that success, hope and perseverance are habits just as caring, compassion and fairness are habits. The Academy nurtures a total commitment to high academic standards, socially acceptable behavior and the recognition that all individuals are created equal and must be given an equal educational opportunity.
- A Lead Drinking Water Testing Sampling Plan was developed to test all drinking water outlets used for consumption or food preparation. The results of all water outlets at both campuses came back well below the action level of 15 parts per billion (ppb). See results for each campus
- RTA is accepting applications for 2017-2018.
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- Click below for full list of events this upcoming school year.
20 Years Of Excellence
School Closed - Memorial Day ObservanceRobert Treat Academy Charter School, Inc.
Jump Rope For HeartRobert Treat Academy Charter School, Inc.
Founder's DayRobert Treat Academy Charter School, Inc.
Last Day of School - 8th Grade GraduationRobert Treat Academy Charter School, Inc.
All Staff Members Report (8am)Robert Treat Academy Charter School, Inc.
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Third Annual Golf Outing
Fourth Annual Golf Outing
Your satisfaction with the school and suggestions for improvements are very important to me and the overall functioning of the Academy.
For parents in grades Kindergarten through 5th you only need to complete one survey for your child's homeroom teacher. For non-academic areas you may complete a survey for; physical education, art, and music.
For parents in grades 6th though 8th I ask you complete a survey for all of your child's teachers; mathematics, english language arts, science, social studies, and technology. For non-academic areas you may complete a survey for; physical education, art, and music.
I ask that you please take the time to complete the on-line survey by June 1, 2017.
Just a friendly reminder about the upcoming Jaime Pinaire’s 5K Race & Fun Run to help raise scholarship monies for the James A. Pinaire III Foundation. If you haven’t already signed up to run or walk, please take a moment to do so – the deadline to be guaranteed a t-shirt is May 21st.
Not interested in running? We need plenty of volunteers to help with behind the scenes – click on the link and complete the volunteers section – all volunteers with receive a t-shirt. There are different time slots and jobs that might fit with your schedule.
Know others who might be interested? Please freely distribute the link on your social media sites or forward my email to spread the word, we greatly appreciate your help in supporting the Foundation and this race!
Other plans that weekend? All donations are welcome!
Hope to see you June 3rd!
Joan and Jim
RTA gives back... one pencil at a time!
For the month of January and February, the Student Council came together and created a community service for the students at RTA. We learned that a school in the Dominican Republic was in need of school supplies so we sprang into action! We started up a School Supplies Drive Competition! This was a friendly competition between the classes and campuses to see who can bring in the most school supplies. Each type of school supplies had points that it counted for and all the classes competed to see who can rack up the most points. Congratulations to: 4th grade, Room 202 at the Stephen N. Adubato Campus and Kindergarten, Room 13 at the Jackie Robinson Campus!
On behalf of the Student Council Advisors, Mr. Golombuski, Ms. Liccardi, Mrs. Peguero, and Mr. Lee, we are so proud of Robert Treat Academy students and all that they have done for our School Supplies Drive. The students rose to the occasion and donated so much, from backpacks to glue sticks to several notebooks!
We want to thank the families of 4th grader, Arianna Guerrero-Valencia & 2nd grader, Mia Valentina- Guerrero who donated over 700 notebooks to the drive.
We also want to thank Ms. Bernadette Kazanjian, our Reading Remediation Teacher at the Jackie Robinson Campus, who brought this need to our attention, we couldn't have done this without you!
With over 5,000 school supplies donated, the children at the Dominican Republic school are now equipped with the tools to get a strong education. This is one of the many things that Robert Treat Academy stands for: community service, giving back to not just our community but to those outside our four walls who need our help!