Seniors Jordan Jackson-Billingsley and Emmanuel Fraguada were recognized for being accepted into college. Jordan will attend Kent State University, and Emmanuel will attend RIT after completing MCC’s 2 Plus 2 Program.
These hand-knit gifts made by Barbara Fedeli, who died in a motorcycle accident last June, were donated by her daughter in her mother’s memory.
Using materials provided by Wild Wings – a sanctuary for birds of prey who have been injured and cannot return to the wild – students studied birds of prey in their classrooms.
Third graders in Mrs. Buonomo's, Mrs. Burton's, and Mrs. Carlson's classes held a new sock drive as a community service project. They collected 352 pairs of socks to donate to people in need in our community.
In recognition of her academic excellence while participating in extracurricular activities, Ana Santiago received the Dr. Emeterio M. Otero Award for Hispanic Heritage Month and was awarded a $2,500 scholarship from Monroe Community College.
Art teacher John Bliss, founder of Urban Choice Charter School, returns to the District and enjoys helping his students see a brighter future using art.
Fifth and sixth grade students learn how science is practiced in professional settings, such as the University of Rochester Medical Center and Rochester Museum and Science Center.
Community partners and RCSD staff pictured here met last week, engaged in creating a collective definition of enrichment closely tied to the Youth Quality Programming Standards.
Free books for students, younger and older siblings, parents, families, and staff. Contact Katie Rich for help starting your own Little Free Library, Katherine.Rich@RCSDK12.ORG
On McTeacher Night, McDonald’s donated a percentage of proceeds to PAWS – a school program that rewards students for excellent and exemplar behavior, attitude and work ethic and habits.