Center for Knowledge North: A Core Knowledge Magnet School
Home Expectations


Faculty, Staff and Administration at the Center for Knowledge are expected to:

  • Provide a quality education.
  • Provide a safe and orderly learning environment.
  • Be concerned about the individual needs of every child.
  • Treat every child with respect.
  • Expect every child to be respectful.
  • Be supportive, visible, and available.

Students at the Center for Knowledge are expected to:

  • Obey school rules, classroom rules and regulations.
  • Be on time each day ready to do his/her best.
  • Practice self-control at all times.
  • Show respect for authority at all times.
  • Respect school property at all times.
  • Use good manners.
  • Be honest.
  • Strive to do their best by completing assignments, projects and homework on time.
  • Make school and learning their first priority.
  • Always practice proper hygiene.
  • Be in proper uniform everyday.
  • Bring and maintain proper materials.
  • Listen and participate in class.
  • Show pride in their school.

The 4Be's for Students at CFK North


Parents of students at the Center for Knowledge are expected to:

  • Parental involvement and support is necessary to provide students with the support that allows them to reach their full potential.
  • Be supportive of high academic standards set for students attending the Center for Knowledge.
  • Support the expectations of conduct at the Center for Knowledge and Richland Two.
  • Be available for conferences when they are requested by their child's teacher.
  • Take an active role in their child's education by staying involved in their child's daily learning.
  • Have their child in the classroom on time.
  • Support the Center for Knowledge by volunteering their efforts for extra activities when possible.
  • Pick their child up at dismissal at 2:50 unless after-school care has been arranged with the office by submitting a registration form.
  • Respect the teacher's professional opinion.
  • Communicate their concerns with teachers and the school administrator.
  • Send their child to school appropriately dressed.
  • Volunteer to serve.