At CRA, all members of our professional community continually seek learning and growth opportunities.
Faculty and staff participate in an extensive professional development program and also partner with colleagues to foster a challenging academic environment for all. Highly qualified and motivated teachers collaborate in decision-making and develop curriculum while guiding, supporting and evaluating students.
CRA is a Professional Learning Community (PLC) that supports the professional development of teachers, administrators and school aides through weekly PLC meetings, as well as workshops, retreats and learning institutes.
Teachers plan, create and implement curriculum to best meet the needs and interests of students while exceeding California content standards.
Teachers also meet to participate in cross-grade planning; teachers and schools leaders examine and continuously re-evaluate the scope and sequence of the curriculum.
Teachers and administrators work collaboratively on school governance and curriculum review.
Teachers utilize curriculum for social, emotional and academic competence, challenging students to work to their fullest potential.
Students, parents and teachers collaborate to create and work toward student goals.
Interdisciplinary instruction creates a framework where students can approach new and challenging content and real-life situations with confidence.
Students learn the skills of conflict resolution and participate in advisory groups to build social competency.