Solid Rock Community School provides a weekly-school wide assembly on Fridays. Most Friday mornings, assembly is held from 8:30am-9:30am and run like a school version of a chapel service that focuses on principles and topics relevant for the school body to “do that which is right.” It features a mix of music, speakers, prayer, mindfulness, documentaries, videos, and performances all related to a central theme of compassion.
Compassion is defined as the sensitivity to end another’s suffering. It clearly is the opposite of cruelty, self-centeredness and selfishness.
At SRCS we hope to inspire and encourage our students to extend their circle of compassion and to make choices in alignment with this value. Qualities of compassion are patience, wisdom, kindness, perseverance, warmth and resolve.
Some Fridays, Assembly may instead be a special event such as a Science Fair, Social Studies Fair, pep rally, or school party that may be hosted on or off campus.