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There's nothing we enjoy more than sharing the good news about our wonderful students and staff members. And we have a lot of great things to share! Read all about student and faculty awards and accomplishments, past happenings, upcoming events, and so much more.
Each month our district leaders make presentations on a wide variety of topics to the Board of Education to keep both board members and the general public informed of the work of our district staff, building leaders, teachers, and students. Although all BOE meeting documents can be found on our dedicated BOE page, for your convenience we will provide quick links here to the most recent presentations.
Interim Superintendent Dr. Paddyfote presented the 2019-2020 Proposed Budget to the Board of Education on Monday, January 14. The full budget book can be accessed with this link.
Kindergarten registration for the 2019-2020 school year will take place on Monday, February 25 through Tuesday, March 5 at each elementary school. Please note that registration is for parents only. We will introduce parents to some members of the school staff, review registration forms, and distribute important information. Please see our kindergarten registration press release for complete registration details.
Happy new year - January will be a busy month!
- January 1 - No School, New Year’s Day
- January 10 - Early Dismissal for PD
- January 14 - BOE Meeting
- January 16 - Parenting the Selfie Generation
- January 21 - No School, Martin Luther King Day
- January 28 - BOE Meeting
At each Board of Education meeting, Dr. Robert Miller, the Director of Technology and Operations Development, provides live updates of key announcements and happenings via our RPS Twitter account. We have logged those tweets and present them here to you as another way for you to stay informed of the work of the district and the BOE. These are not the official minutes of our BOE meetings, as those need to be voted on by the board, and are posted on our BOE page. We thought you would appreciate the brevity and timeliness that this medium offers. So if you missed the BOE meeting, or want a quick summary, then read Miller's Minutes.