5:00 PM - 9:30 PM RCK Student Council hosts BINGO for Prizes
8:00 AM (snow date for 3/2 STEAM Fair)
7:00 AM - 9:00 AM Superintendent's Conference Day
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM S T E A M FAIR - Additional Info to follow.
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM BLINDSPOTS - Sponsored by CAPE - for parents/guardians - RCK Room 215
In accordance with Board Policy, only high school students who are issued.... (continue reading by clicking above)
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IMPORTANT MESSAGE REGARDING STUDENTS
WHO WALK TO AND FROM SCHOOL
Students who walk to and from school are reminded to use only District approved entrances and exits when coming to and from school. Students may not enter or exit District property by way of footpaths or trails that traverse private property. Parents and students are reminded that any person walking through private property may be subject to penalty from local law enforcement. The District encourages students to remain safe at all times and to utilize District-provided transportation, which is available for all of our students.
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 2022.
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! As many of you know, our administrative team has focused on being on time. We will continue that focus.
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 2018/2019 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. Click here to continue reading...