CORE CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS
OVERVEIW OF DISTRICT STATS
2009-10 (4,816) / 2010-11 (4,900) / 2011-12 (5,021) / 2012-13 (4,977) / 2013-14 (5,100)
After 4,712 students attended RCSD in '08-'09, the district taught 4,816 students in '09-'10.
That's a 2.2 percent increase.
There were 4,900 students who attended our schools in the 2010-11 school year.
That's a 1.7% increase.
Enrollment was at its highest in 2011-12. In 2013-14, it took another bounce.
The total number of classes offered and number of teachers*
1,275 in '07-'08 to 1,181 in 2009-10. The total number of teachers from throughout the district went
from 393 in '07-'08 to 355 in 2009-10. In 2010-11 there were 355 teachers and 1,131 classes offered.
in 2012-13 there were 325 teachers.
The percentage and number of students eligible for free lunches* rose 7 percent.
in 2010. In '08-'09, 25 percent of the student population (1,170 students) were eligible.
In 2009-2010 30 percent, or 1,432 students were eligible.
In 2010-11, 37% of the students were eligible for free lunches and 7% for reduced-price lunches.
In the 2013-14 school year, there are 41.6% free (2,169 students) and 5.7 % (294) reduced-price lunches.
Of all 2012 and 2013 RHS grads, 90% continued their education.
>RHS Profile Brochure
In 2012, RHS grads were accepted to 7 of the 8 Ivy League Colleges:
Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, and the Univ. of Pennsylvania
In 2013, RHS grads were accepted to:
Yale, Cornell, Boston College, Northeastern, Univ of Massachusetts, Howard University, The Citadel
In 2014, RHS grads, once again, have acceptances from outstanding colleges:
Columbia University, University of Connecticut, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, George Washington University, Sarah Lawrence College, Hofstra University, New York Institute of Technology, RIT,
Embry Riddle Univ., St. Joseph's College, DeSales University, SUNY-Geneseo, SUNY-Stony Brook
*According to NYS Report Card Statistics
STATE REPORT CARD
DISTRICT OVERVIEW, HANDBOOKS, EVALUATIONS, DOCUMENTS AND SPECIAL DISTRICT LINKS
District APPR Testing Transparency Report (2014)
APPR Evaluation PowerPoint Presentation to Board of Ed. (January 11, 2013)
Also See: Teacher Performance Evaluation Handbook (September 2011)
Data Disaster Recovery Plan - Resolution Document for Board of Ed. (January 22, 2013)
Response to Intervention Plan (RtI)
What is the RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION PLAN?
Response to Intervention is a school-wide system of organizing instructional support and
resources to meet the diverse needs of learners. RtI is a multi-tiered, problem-solving approach
that integrates assessment and intervention within the three-tiered system to maximize student
achievement. With RtI, schools identify students at risk in reading and math, monitor student
progress, provide evidence-based interventions and adjust those interventions as needed.
Code of Conduct, Character Education, Health and Safety Links
Please go to THE SAFETY LINK and THE HEALTH LINK for current information about
health and safety programs and concerns. Also see the BOARD OF ED POLICIES
(including the Code of Conduct).
See the CHARACTER EDUCATION link for information about the District's programs.