Our mission is to cultivate the strength and resilience of children and families, improve the quality of life in our community, and maintain our community’s heritage, history, and culture.
Our mission is to teach teachers and school leaders to develop in all students the academic skills and strength of character needed to succeed in college and life.
Teach For America
Our mission is to enlist, develop, and mobilize as many as possible of our nation’s most promising future leaders to grow and strengthen the movement for educational equity and excellence.
Harrowgate Civic Assoc.
Harrowgate is a neighborhood located in the Richmond Post Office zip code of 19134 in Philadelphia. The Civic Association consists of volunteer citizens focused on the betterment of their community.
PROPAC (Port Richmond On Patrol And Civic) is a neighborhood group within the Port Richmond area of Philadelphia. The group consists of volunteer citizens focused on the betterment of their community.
About 24th PDAC
The Police District Advisory Councils were created by the Commissioner to facilitate max cooperation and communication between the Police Districts and the communities they serve.
We believe that the most important school-based driver of student learning is teacher quality. By accelerating principal growth, we accelerate teacher development, which accelerates student learning.
Memphis Delta Prep
The mission of Memphis Delta Preparatory (MDP) Charter School is to support and grow productive and well-rounded citizens who will succeed in college and beyond.
Children's Crisis Treatment Center
The mission of CCTC is to passionately serve the emotional needs of children and families beginning in early childhood. We meet children where they are and help them reach their full potential regardless of their challenges.
Teens Inc connects teens to the world through local and global service. We were created to connect teens to the world by building, strengthening and growing communities for teenagers by teenagers.
NKCDC’s mission is to strengthen the physical, social and economic fabric of the community by being a catalyst for sustainable development and community building.
Philadelphia Free Library: Frankford
The mission of the Free Library of Philadelphia is to advance literacy, guide learning, and inspire curiosity. Its vision is to build an enlightened community devoted to lifelong learning.
GRADES K-5 (2019)
GRADES K-8 (2022)
STUDENTS PER GRADE
Our Core Values
Each and every individual in our school community, from student to leadership, will engage in deliberate practice, and value this as the path to excellence.
Our service-learning model will be discipline based; it will require students to have a presence in the community, and reflect on their experiences regularly.
We want to empower our students to uncover their unique gifts and talents, and apply them towards an outward purpose about which they are passionate.
DRCS Families, if you are having trouble with school loaned devices, or e-learning software, please follow the link below to our tech support page. There is a frequently asked questions section that may help you address the issue on your own. If you are still unable to address your issue after reading through the Level 1 help, please continue to the form below to open a support ticket.
If you are having trouble with a device that is NOT owned by DRCS, feel free to submit a ticket as well, and we will review to see if we will be able to assist. If we are not able to assist, you will likely need to contact your device manufacturer.
***1PM DISMISSAL FOR ALL STUDENTS ON PSSA TESTING DAYS.***
ELA (English Language Arts): April 15-17 Math: April 29-30 Science (4th Grade only): May 1-2
Have your child get a good night’s rest.
Have your child eat a good, healthy breakfast.
Encourage your child to try their best.
Encourage your child to take their time, read carefully and check their work.
Be at school and be on time! Remember school starts at 8:00 am.
All mobile devices will be collected prior to the assessment, and returned following.