Eureka Elementary School 442 W 4th St, Eureka, MO63025 Eureka Elementary students focus on education in a nurturing environment that allows for differentiated instruction…More designed to assist the needs of individual children. Being the smallest school with the Rockwood School District provides a "small in numbers but mighty in achievements" philosophy. Eureka Elementary offers a strong focus on reading, with students checking out an average of 60 books each during a given school year. All Eureka Missouri Assessement Program (MAP) test scores are above the state average.
Eureka police officers take their emergency management roles so seriously, they have tried and perfected various…More approaches to community policing. Department officials have their own tactical operations unit, K-9 division, detective squad and bike patrol units.
The department maintains a breakdown of local crime statistics andwhen a burglary, larceny or vandalism occurs, a letter is generated about the event and mailed to the entire subdivision affected within 24 hours of the occurrence.
Eureka police officers also participate in and monitor the St. Louis County Crime Incident Map.
A full-time school resource officer (SRO) stationed at Eureka High School serves as a liason between the school and the police department.
Eureka police officers work jointly with local elementary schools to execute the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program.
Named after Ralph Blevins Jr., whose personal motto was "be kind, friendly, and smile a lot," this elementary…More school's environment focuses on that same positivity and attention to excellence. Students are treated to popcorn days and programs such as Boomerang Jack and the Top Secret Energy Caper. They also participate in Science Day and the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program. Bobcat Pride notations celebrate the variety of ways that Blevins Elementary students contribute to and participate in local communities.
Rockwood School District -- Administrative Center 111 E North St, Eureka, MO63025 Although the Rockwood School District (RSD) spans more than 150 square miles in total, its headquarters are still in…More Eureka, where the district began back in 1908. It is the fourth largest school district in Missouri. RSD has 19 elementary, six middle and four high schools, in addition to separate campuses for two early childhood complexes, two Centers for Creative Learning (gifted students' programs), and an Alternative High School Education location. The district encompasses the communities of Wildwood, Eureka, Ballwin, Chesterfield, Ellisville, Fenton, Manchester and Clarkson Valley. The six overall goals that guide the district are Student Performance; Global Awareness; Highly Qualified Workforce; Stakeholder Involvement; Facilities, Support and Instructional Resources; and Governance. Two distinguishing features are the 10 National Blue Ribbon schools within the district, as well as 14 Missouri Gold Star Schools of Excellence. RSD leaders and school board directors say they make every effort to keep the community informed about how the district functions, how well students are performing academically, and what needs to be improved within the district. Community residents talk about "the Rockwood advantage," and the district's 22,300-plus students are glad to have it. During 2010, all four RSD high schools received distinctions in Newsweek's Best High Schools in America feature.