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Welcome to Rolling Hills Elementary - School's Mission: Accountability, Excellence, and Success!
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RHE - Principal Rolanda McKenzie

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Welcome to Rolling Hills Engineering Academy. I am very excited to be the proud principal of Rolling Hills Engineering Academy. The kindness and support from parents, staff, and students I have met has been overwhelming; this truly is a community committed to the success of its students.

Rolling Hills Engineering Academy is a school with proven success. Together, we will continue to build upon the positive school culture and climate that cultivate the unique needs, talents, and gifts of each individual student. We will continue to academically soar and flex the minds of our young “Tigers” in the pursuit of excellence in learning.

I look forward to building positive relationships with each of you and modeling the Pride, Excellence, and Legacy of Lancaster Independent School District.

Rolanda McKenzie, Principal
Rolling Hills Engineering Academy
mailto:rolandamckenzie@lancasterisd.org.
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Commit! Data Declares Lancaster ISD the Top in Educating Students in Math and Science

Black Lancaster ISD Students Outperform State in Science and Math STAAR Exams The New York Times published a story this week about a new way to measure school effectiveness based on findings from Stanford University’s Center for Education Policy Analysis In the state of Texas, black students have historically performed lower than their peers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) on the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) exam, often due to an inequitable lack of resources available to them. However, black students, who represent the majority (77%) of Lancaster ISD in southern Dallas County, are now outperforming their peers across the state in both Math and Science STAAR exams, growing their proficiency rate at the state’s post-secondary standard per STAAR assessments by over 15% on each subject over the last five years.....
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