Our mission is to prepare highly literate students who are motivated to be lifelong learners, problem solvers, and productive citizens who will become leaders of our community and nation. In order to achieve our vision, the staff, parents, community, and educational partners of Rosa Parks are committed to a quality education for all students.
The Vision for Justce Collaborative* (VJC) helps immigrants and refugees, who are vic ms of crime, with civil legal issues that arise as a result of the crime.
Find out about all the great resources and programs Monroe Clark has to offer. Learn about the College Avenue Compact and CAC 3.0 Scholars Program.
The STEAM Team Summer Academy is a week-long program for middle and high school students
Hoover’s First Annual Senior walk took place Wednesday, June 15! Seniors in their caps and gowns went to five Hoover Cluster Elementary schools including Rosa Parks!
5th grade parents will learn about the many programs Monroe Clark has to offer. Learn about College Avenue Compact!
This is always a busy time of year. Our 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students will begin State testing on June 20th. It is important that students arrive to school on time and are well rested.
March 13, about 20 of students from Rosa Parks, along with their teacher Pam Pham-Baron, participated in a Junior Botball Challenge event at Hoover High School, along with students, teachers/principal, and many parents from other elementary schools in the Hoover cluster.
Thursday, February 18, 2016 - 9:00am Vietnamese New Year Celebration. All school assembly in the playground area.
Grade 3-5 parents are invited to Monroe Clark on Thursday, January 28, 2016 at 9:00am for a resource fair, school tour and to learn tips on supporting your student academically.