District News

  • RCSD Library Check Out Procedures

    Welcome back from the RCSD librarians! We are excited to be back in our libraries, even if it is much different than the same time last year. We are gearing up to start checking out books to our students and wanted to take a moment to outline the health and safety procedures our libraries have adopted.

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  • RCSD Week Three Community Update

    We have just completed our third successful week of school. I am happy to report that we continue to see improvement in all aspects of school life.

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  • Travel Reminder for Upcoming Long Weekend

    A reminder to our families who may be traveling over the long weekend: according to Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 205, a 14-day quarantine may be required upon your return to New York. The list of restricted states was updated on September 22; please check the COVID-19 NYS Travel Advisory for the most up-to-date list.

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  • ClassLink Single Sign-on Application

    I hope all is well. The RCSD is now using a new platform called ClassLink. This single sign-on option eliminates the need for students to remember multiple usernames and passwords and allows them easy access to a variety of web-based applications from a central Google page.

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  • RCSD Student Remote Learning Expectations

    The District has created two documents that outline specific expectations of students during the remote portion of their learning in either the hybrid or fully-remote model. Please take a moment to review these documents with your children.

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  • In-Person Services for Students with IEPs or 504 Plans

    As planned, we will begin to offer special education and 504-related services in person beginning on Monday, September 21.

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  • RCSD Week Two Community Update

    We have now successfully completed our first full week of hybrid learning. Familiar daily routines are starting to solidify while the new procedures and protocols necessary for health and safety are in place and running smoothly.

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  • Elementary Schedule - Wednesday, September 16

    Tomorrow is the first day of the Wednesday alternating schedule for elementary students.

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  • RCSD Community Update on the First Week of School

    For many of us, the first days of school this year have been slightly surreal. While we all have a concept of what school looks like based on our personal experiences as students, teachers, and parents, none of us know what school actually is during a global pandemic.

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  • RCSD Food Service Information

    The District is gearing up its food service operations and is looking forward to serving your students high-quality, nutritious, healthy and well-balanced meals. Due to COVID-19, food service operations will be very different this year.

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  • RCSD Technology Update

    I hope all is well. Today was a great first day of the 2020-2021 school year. While we had a few bumps in the road with students accessing Google Classroom or Google Meet sessions, the technology team is confident that we have ironed out these issues.

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  • RCSD Daily Health Assessment Form

    The District is requiring families to complete a COVID-19 screening assessment with a temperature check and to fill out a health assessment form for every student who is entering one of the District’s school buildings.

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  • An Osborn School Welcome Back Video

    Good morning, Osborn School Families! Our excitement is building as we complete our final steps in preparing for the first day of school. As part of our welcome back to school, we have created a video for you and your children to view before Tuesday morning.

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  • RCSD Community Update

    We are now just a few short days away from the first day of school for the 2020-21 school year, a school year that will undoubtedly be very different from what any of us have ever known.

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  • Osborn Arrival and Dismissal Information

    We are getting closer to the first day of school and we are so excited to see our families again. Enclosed in this communication are the documents created to help you with arrival and dismissal at Osborn School.

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  • Google Classroom K-5

    I hope all is well. As we begin our official move to the Hybrid learning environment, I wanted to take a moment to remind you that students in grades K-5 will be using Google Classroom as their primary Learning Management System.

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  • Community Organizations Offering Child Care/Remote Learning Supports

    There are many challenges COVID-19 has created for schools, students, and families, including child care needs during remote learning. Many local organizations and partners have broadened their program offerings to support the unique needs created for families.

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  • Elementary Parent FAQ Sheet

    Please view the Elementary Parent FAQs here.

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  • RCSD Student Directories for 2020-21 School Year

    Each school in the RCSD will have its own student directory on the PowerSchool Parent Portal this year. Only parents and guardians who have elected to have their student's information listed will appear in the directory.

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  • RyeACT Newsletter “Parenting in Challenging Times: Returning to School and COVID-19”

    RyeACT (Rye Action for Children and Teens) has created a newsletter with helpful information and resources for parents and caregivers as they prepare for the return to school in the wake of COVID-19.

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