My son attended Rockport his kindergarten year (2018-2019). Overall, it was a positive experience for him, and he made substantial academic progress. However, I was less than impressed with some of the staff and policies. My son loved his teacher, and I am thankful for that. I am less appreciative of the terrible attitudes displayed by other staff members. Despite my friendliness, the secretary was rude to me on multiple occasions. My primarily concern was how I saw students being treated though. When having lunch with my son, I witnessed the cafeteria staff treating students with terrible disrespect. I was also quite upset with some of their fundraising methods. During Santa's Workshop, many students were excluded because their parents did not send them with a couple of dollars. Depending on their teacher, they were either allowed to watch their classmates shop or asked to sit in the hallway. Those students were treated unfairly and I sympathized with them. Afterward, the proceeds were proudly announced in a news letter.Food vendors were allowed into the classroom during school hours. Kona Ice came at least 5 times that school year. It was the same situation, students without money were excluded. I have no idea how others were not as alarmed by this. It appears to me the principal knowingly allowed socioeconomic discrimination, and that is not a small allegation.