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    August 2017

    Hello Parents/Guardians of the RCK Community,

    I hope this letter finds you and your family well. We are right around the corner from the start of another school year that begins on Wednesday, September 6th.   Our goal is for this to be another very successful year for all of our students.  I am proud to say that we have improved our graduation rate by almost two percent from the 2015-2016 school year and had over 90 percent of our seniors graduate in June.  

    We will continue to strive for high levels of academic achievement by providing your child(ren) with many rigorous course offerings. I am proud of the quality instruction delivered by our faculty and will continue to place that at the top of our priority list, second only to safety. As such, we will continue to practice a variety of emergency response drills throughout the school year. Our first lockdown drill will be announced; all other lockdown drills will be unannounced.

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    August 2017 (Letter mailed home to parents & students in late July)


    Dear Parents/Guardians and Students:

    We hope that you are enjoying a relaxing summer vacation. September is rapidly approaching and another school year will soon begin.  The faculty, staff and administration would like to welcome back all of our returning students and extend a very warm welcome to our new ninth grade students, the RCK Class of 2021.

    A key to success in life is showing up for it! This means that our students’ first priority is getting to class on time and being ready to work!

    Student attendance will continue to be taken at the beginning of every class, every period, every day. Punctuality is essential in order for your child to get the education he or she deserves!  Please emphasize this with your child before school starts so that positive behavior becomes a habit and regular attendance and punctuality in all classes is uniformly encouraged by parents and school staff. 

    As we begin the 2017/2018 school year, it is important that parents and students are aware of policies and procedures that will be in effect when school starts. Both high schools will continue to issue four report cards covering ten-week marking periods and four interim progress reports covering the five-week interval time periods, as was done last year. These reports will be available via the parent portal.

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