Welcome to the Rose Hill Elementary School Website. We strive to keep our parents and members of our community informed with up-to-date information. Be sure to check out our school Newsletter. The Newsletter is sent home with your child monthly and is also available on this website. You can also find menus, fundraiser information, teacher certification information, and many other things. Enjoy surfing!
Message from the Principal
My name is Lynn B. Metcalfe. I became Principal of Rose Hill Elementary School in the fall of 2001. My husband is Richard and I have one daughter, Adriane. I am a life-long resident of Ewing, Virginia. I attended Lincoln Memorial University where I received my Bachelor of Science Degree and also my Masterís Degree in Administration and Supervision. I have taught 1st grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, Chapter I, and P.E. I enjoy being Principal of Rose Hill Elementary School. There have been many exciting and challenging experiences. I like working with the Faculty, Staff, and of course, the students that attend our school. The community and parents are very supportive. At Rose Hill Elementary, we believe that each student has potential and we strive to provide the opportunity for each student to develop to his/her highest level.
Please feel free to contact me if I can be of assistance to you at any time. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mission of Rose Hill Elementary School
The mission of Rose Hill Elementary is to prepare our children to become productive citizens who possess a strong moral character with positive self-esteem. We aspire to instill characteristics of patriotism, good citizenship, community service, personal, responsibility, and an understanding of world diversity in each student as well as a solid academic foundation.
- All students are unique individuals who can learn, achieve, and succeed.
- Mastery of essential skills is the foundation of success.
- Developing and enhancing positive self-esteem creates students to become active lifelong learners.
- Communities, families, and schools share the responsibility for education.
- Learning healthful living practices, good citizenship, and tolerance of others are significant factors in developing well-rounded adults.