Greetings RPS Community,
I hope this letter finds you well and brimming with energy after a rejuvenating summer break spent with your loved ones. Whether you opted for a serene staycation, embarked on an international adventure, savored moments by the beach, or reveled in the tranquility of a walk in the park, the time was undoubtedly well-deserved. As we stand at the threshold of the 2023/2024 school year. Are you prepared to AMPLIFY the Volume of our teaching and learning experiences planned for this school year?
The forthcoming academic year promises to stretch our scholars creativity even further, as we embark on a journey to make a lasting impact on Every Student Everyday. The horizon is aglow with exciting developments, here is a glimpse:
Snapshot of Updates in Our Schools and District Facilities:
Initiatives to Look Forward To:
We eagerly await the opportunity to continue implementing our RPS Strategic Plan: Vision 2027 efforts across the entire school district. That being said I am proud to announce the return of our scholars on Thursday, September 7th. Schedules are available in the Genesis Student Information System.
This year, we've charted an ambitious course, defined by robust district goals that will serve as the cornerstone of our efforts throughout the 2023/24 SY. These goals will be shared at the Open Houses and Back to School events.
As we proceed on this academic journey, my guiding theme for the year is "ELEVATE and AMPLIFY for ALL." Together, we will focus on tending to the social, emotional, and academic needs of our wonderfully diverse school community. This unwavering focus will guarantee equitable access to resources and experiences for every single student and staff member within our care.
May we continue to keep the mantra "All Students Matter" alive in our endeavors, remaining committed to "Every Student Everyday" as we infuse purpose into our actions.
Finally, continue to follow us on all our social media platforms for current happenings in our schools.
Educationally and passionately yours,
Dr. Nathan L. Fisher