Review Final RPS Reopening Plans for DESE submission meeting: Monday, August 10th
Building based committees continue to meet to fully develop hybrid and remote schedules
Hybrid and remote plans presented in this week’s oversight, parent, and SC meetings
Schedule all PD modules into the ten (10) days of staff training (8/31 - 9/15)
Full committee meets 8/13 to discuss and revise plan
Vendor to work with the RPS Maintenance Director to plan for HVAC audit
Present Final RPS Reopening Plans
Parent Forum Meeting, Wednesday, August 12th, 7:00 pm
School Committee Meeting, Thursday, August 13th, 7:00 pm
Continued work with Board of Health
Submit RPS Final Reopening plans to DESE
Use results of the School Committee reopening decision to develop plans for any needed transportation of students for Fall opening
Share schedules with staff and discuss best practices in each model
Identify presenters and resources for each PD module
Audit to be conducted of air circulation, air quality, and HVAC system at all RPS buildings
Reopening plans to be shared with all parents after the final school committee vote on 8/13
Continuation of identifying and purchasing needed supplies
Use results of the School Committee reopening decision to develop plans for cleaning protocols for Fall
Use results of the School Committee reopening decision to develop plans for food services in Fall
Opening of School Steering Committee coordinates work of the following Sub-committees:
Scheduling and Grading Professional Development
PPE/Nursing Issues Parent Communications
Food Service Custodial Issues
Bus/transportation Building Modifications
For questions relating to the opening of school this year please email us at Questions@rpk12.org. Please note you may not recieve a response to your email but we will ensure the questions are answered in our guidance that will be published.
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Any member of the school community who believes that he or she has been subjected to discrimination, harassment, or sexual harassment will report the incident(s) to the designated district coordinator and/or the building principal. Ms. Martha Wright, Director of Student Services, has been appointed as the Coordinator for Non-Discrimination Compliance and is designated to handle inquiries and/or complaints regarding the non-discrimination policy (Title I, II, VI, IX) and/or complaints regarding sexual harassment.
Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is a civil rights law that protects individuals with disabilities from discrimination. Ms. Martha Wright, Director of Student Services, has been appointed as the district 504 Compliance Coordinator. Ms. Martha Wright can be reached at the Rockport Public Schools District Office, 32 Jerden's Lane, or (978) 546-1210. The following people have been appointed as 504 Compliance Coordinators at their respective buildings and can answer all inquiries and/or complaints with regards to the Section 504 statute.