RHR is a zone school in an area of $200,000+ homes, and yet operates as a title 1 school. There is NOTHING positive about that. The fact is that they are teaching to the slowest in the class. They trade on the fact that they were a Blue Ribbon School. That was approx 12-14 years ago. That distinction no longer applies. It's worth noting that RHR was not a title 1 school in the year that their excellence was rewarded with the banner that still hangs out front, on outside wall of the school entrance. The curriculum is supposed to be STEM, but they would be hard pressed to prove how that curriculum is actually integrated into the student's day to day education. While Kindergarten was sufficient, first grade was anything but that. We are not the only parents to see a their children struggle in math when they are transferred to another school that is not a title 1 school. This is not about diversity or teaching our children to accept peers from other economic levels. It's not about cleanliness of the school or the process used to make parents feel that their kids are safe in school. THIS IS ABOUT WHAT AND HOW they are taught. This is about turning out successful children....and not just a handful that are fortunate enough to be bright enough to seek out necessary info on their own, in spite of the atmosphere. The bottom line is that RHR needs a complete overhaul, beginning with the principal. Everyday that RHR is permitted to operate so poorly while hiding behind title 1 status is a day of education lost to your children. The school has serious problems that need to be dealt with to protect the educational rights of every child that attends the school.