A Rochester charter school is set to close doors after its board chose not to renew its application with the state.
In an email Friday evening, ROC Achieve charter school says they made the decision for the students, saying “academic results” have not met the school’s “high expectations.”
“Our first priority is and always has been the students, and we are putting them first in this decision. We are sharing this information quickly so we can work with families to plan their next steps,” said charter school board chair Karen Podsiadly.
Staff and teachers have been notified, school officials write, and a letter has been sent home to parents.