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Ron Clark House System

Schools around the world have implemented the RCA House System, a dynamic, exciting way to create a powerful and positive school climate. Students are celebrated for their efforts through a process that builds character, empowers academic excellence, fosters school spirit, enhances relationships, and promotes a culture of belonging for all. 

Students are entered into a house starting in 2nd grade. The four houses include: Amistad, Isibindi, Reveir, and Altruismo. 

House points are earned throughout the week for modeling excellence in work ethic, following classroom expectations, contributing to the positive culture of the classroom and school, and other character traits. 

Each week the winning house is announced, and earns the opportunity to sit together at lunch on Wednesdays. 

Fourth and Fifth grade students have the opportunity to be selected for house leadership. Students who become house leaders meet weekly with the teacher leader, plan spirit days, decorate for upcoming events, collect house points, lead the flag salute, assist with morning house flags on Wednesdays, and serve in many other leadership roles.