Absences Add Up!
Missing just 2 days a month
means a child misses 10% of the
Addressing the social and emotional needs of students
Students are productive members of the school and community!
Flat Stanley is in the house!
Email to Staff – November 9, 2018
Last Friday I wrote of the professional learning we will need, to continuously improve Rutland City Public Schools to be recognized as a World Class Education System that achieves tremendous outcomes for Every Student, Every Day. There is a trend in my message that we must be a system based on equity, not equality. A system that collaborates to meet everyone’s needs. A system where we continuously reflect, monitor, and expect great outcomes. A system where we agree to disagree behind closed doors but are unanimous in our message in public. A system that believes and lives the public fame and private shame mentality.
During the past week, I’ve had the privilege to sit and speak with many phenomenal educators. All are excited to be able to serve our children and the community. They expressed the power and significance of collaborating with their peers. They spoke about the need to increase and align our district in an equitable manner. How as a district we must constantly reflect, monitor and expect greatness. Then they began sharing their concerns.