Are you ready to #LogOnPHL? Visit our Back-to-School Resource Hub!

Looking for help? Find School and Central Office information for families HERE!

New Student Registration for all grades K-12 is OPEN! Learn more.

Important changes:
Chromebook Parent & Family Tech Support Centers: Location changes (the 440 Center has closed) and expanded hours HERE.
Grab-and-Go Meals: Pickup day and times have changed to Fridays, 9am to 2pm, and locations have been added. Visit HERE.

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Attendance Contest

For the next five weeks, we will be giving away 1 bike per week to the winning student who attends his/her online classes daily! Students will be counted present if they log in to their Google Meet rooms, participate in class, turn in assignments, and participate in small group work with their teachers as requested. You must be present the whole week to be entered into the drawing for that week.

Reminder: School starts at 8:30 am each morning. Students should be in their uniforms or black and white clothing.

We want to thank all who registered their children and continue to support them during Virtual Learning!!

Please call the school asap at (215) 400-7320 if you are experiencing any technology issues that are keeping your child from attending their digital classes.

Back to School Night • September 22 at 5:30 PM

Robert Morris Community Partner – United Missionary Baptist Church (UMBC) has kindly offered an incentive for our upcoming Virtual Back to School Night.

The class with the most parents in attendance will receive a free pizza for each student in that class!

We can not thank the members of UMBC enough! We look forward to seeing all of you at our Virtual Back to School. Zoom link information will be sent via Class Dojo, so please make sure you’re signed up with Class Dojo through your child’s teacher.

Our Vision

Our vision at Robert Morris is to create a challenging learning environment that encourages high expectations for success for all students. Through a collaborative effort among staff, students, parents, and the community we will create a caring, safe and nurturing environment where students will achieve their greatest potential and become responsible, cooperative members of our society. This guidance will enable “our children” to successfully compete academically within out society.

Our Mission

The staff of Robert Morris Elementary School will educate, support and challenge students through best instructional practices in all content areas. Our staff, parents, and community will work together to cultivate a positive school culture in order for students to succeed.

2020-21 School Improvement Plan Draft for Review

Draft 1 of the2020-21 School Improvement Plan is now available here for public review/stakeholder feedback. In the spirit of collaboration, we ask all school community stakeholders to provide feedback on the proposed plan. Stakeholders include school staff, parents, students, community members, etc. The plans will be posted for public comment and feedback now through June 30, 2020.