After determining your school attendance area, you may call the school to make an appointment to register your child. Visit the Student Registration page for a complete list of enrollment requirements.
Learn about Infinite Campus.
Rockwood is committed to recruiting, hiring and retaining the best employees. Visit our Human Resources Department to view job openings within the Rockwood School District.
eLink is Rockwood's online Transportation Information System. This program allows parents to determine their child's bus routes for the school year. Visit the Transportation Department for more information.
MySchoolBucks offers Rockwood parents a secure system for school meals, along with other important features and benefits. Learn more about MySchoolBucks.
The Rockwood School District covers an area of approximately 150 square miles in west, southwest St. Louis County and parts of Jefferson County. To find the school your child will attend, please review the Boundary Maps.
As you begin to think about life after high school, you will be faced with many decisions. The professional staff, consisting of Professional School Counselors, College/Career Specialists, and School Social Workers, utilizes a comprehensive, developmental approach. Learn more about Rockwood's College and Career Planning Services.
Eureka High - http://www.rsdmo.org/eurekahs/offices/college/Pages/default.aspx
Lafayette High - http://www.rsdmo.org/lafayette/offices/college/Pages/default.aspx
Marquette High - http://www.rsdmo.org/marquette/offices/college/Pages/default.aspx
Rockwood Summit High - http://www.rsdmo.org/rsummit/offices/college/Pages/default.aspx
The Annual Report to the Community contains information ranging from academic highlights to fiscal responsibility. View the Annual Report.
Rockwood voluntarily chooses to participate in the A+ Schools Program as a commitment to provide all students with a rigorous education that prepares them for college, post/secondary career/technical training, and a high wage job. Learn more about Rockwood’s A+ Schools Program.
Visit Nutrition Services to view the menus at your school.
Visit the Community Connection page or contact Rockwood Community Education at 636.938.2302 to learn more about Rockwood Community Connection and the Gold Card Program.
Visit Child Nutrition Services to view the menus at your child’s school.
Rockwood School District believes athletics and extra-curricular activities play an integral role in a student's educational experience. Learn more about Activities and Athletics at your school.
The student handbooks have been prepared as a means to better inform students and parents of the existing policies in the Rockwood School District. A copy of each publication is given to every student enrolled in the Rockwood School District to be shared with their parent(s) or guardian(s). Parents and students who have questions about the intent or meaning of any of the policies are urged to contact school officials. View Student Handbooks.
Rockwood believes the District buildings belong to the community. Schools and buildings should be made available for community use when it does not conflict with the District's mission of educating students. Learn how you and your organization can request the use of Rockwood facilities.
A planned four-year program of twenty-four units of credit is the minimum requirement for a diploma from a Rockwood high school. It is also necessary to pass the United States and Missouri Constitution tests which are included in the required Government course. Learn more about Graduation Requirements.
Rockwood has outlined its mission, vision and values as part of its 2009-2014 strategic plan. View the district’s Strategic Plan.
The online teacher grade book is accessible through the Infinite Campus Student Information System. Parents/guardians must set up a Campus account to access the system. Learn more about Infinite Campus.
Click here to view the project progress lists for the 2017 bond issue.
To view all Rockwood School District’s calendars, visit the Calendars page.
The Department of Curriculum and School Leadership is dedicated to providing the district with a continuous, systematic process to enhance student learning. Our goal is to improve the education opportunities and increase the effectiveness of the educational programs and services provided to students throughout the district. Learn more about Rockwood’s curriculum.
The Partners in Education (PIE) program is designed to integrate community resources into the curriculum, making learning more meaningful and relevant for students. Learn more about opportunities with PIE.
The before and after school program is designed to provide children (K-5th grade) with a safe, well-supervised and fun environment. The before school care program that begins at 6:30 a.m., and the after school care program is available until 6:00 p.m. Learn more about Rockwood's Before and After School Care.
Community Education offers a variety of programs for residents of all ages. Learn more about Parkway-Rockwood Community Education programs.
The Drug-Free Coalition provides leadership, education and resources to prevent and address substance abuse and unhealthy choices among Rockwood youth. Learn more about Rockwood's Drug-Free Coalition.