Beginning September 8, 2021, the Rochester City School District will return to school five days a week for in-person learning.
We will offer a 100% remote learning option.
Families can choose the remote option in one of two ways:
Call their child’s school or through the PowerSchool Parent Portal via a computer.
Families must respond by Friday, May 7, 2021 to choose the remote option.
Learn more or read a letter from Superintendent Dr. Lesli Myers-Small:
Superintendent's Update on the 2021-22 School Year (4.15.21)
Información Actualizada de la Superintendente sobre el año escolar 2021-22 (4.15.21)
(4.15.21) التطورات الجديدة من المشرف المدرسي لعام الدراسي 2021-2022
शैक्षिक सत्र २०२१-२२ सम्बन्धी अधीक्षकको अपडेट (4.15.21)
Arimaha Sanad Dugsiyeedka 2021-2022 (4.15.21)
The District's reopening plan for 2020-21, including updates on all three phases for students in grades Pre-K-12.
Resources about COVID-19
For families and staff of the Rochester City School District
Student Support Services
The Division of Student Support Services provides a continuum of programs and services to support the academic, physical, social-emotional, and management needs of students including those with special needs.
A Rochester City School District student has earned the opportunity of a lifetime to study abroad thanks to her exceptional work ethic in the classroom.
Flower City School No. 54 has been designated a “Grief-Sensitive School” by the New York Life Foundation, receiving a $500 grant to help create a bereavement support plan and encourage ongoing staff development as part of the national Grief-Sensitive Schools Initiative.