The Uniform exchange program will take place on Friday, May 14th. It is a one-day event.
1. All students K-8 are eligible
2. Students bring their uniforms they no longer need to their teacher.
a. It must be clean
b. It must be in good repair
3. Students who donate a uniform and its condition is approved by their teacher, may dress down for the remainder of this school year starting Monday, May 17th.
4. Students who dress down must follow the free dress day rules.
5. Students not dressed appropriately, will be required to wear a school uniform for the remainder of the school year. If you have donated all your uniforms, you will be required to wear one from the School clothing bank.
MOB Transition to 4 Day In-Person Learning
Great news! Based on the number of students currently in the in-person learning setting, RSD & MOB believe we can safely bring back all in-person students 4 days a week. In order to do this most effectively, we will make this transition over 2 weeks.
Transition Plan: Week of April 19th: K-2 begin 4 days of in-person.
3-8thStudents will only attend in-person on their two A or B days.
Week of April 26th: 3-8th begins 4 days of in-person.
Wednesdays will be all-virtual for all students
RSD & MOB will continue to follow our current mitigation plans, which include daily temperature checks and face masks worn at all times, along with other key safety protocols.
Social distancing will be maximized at all times.
Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant Applications for the 2021-2022 School Year will be submitted for the following schools: