Summer Math

For students who are entering grades 1 through 8 in the fall, here is some summer math work to keep working on math during the summer.

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Summer Math

For students who are entering grades 1 through 8 in the fall, here is some summer math work to keep working on math during the summer.
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Revere Reads Summer 2022

We are pleased to share resources for summer reading! Reading for pleasure is about choice. We wanted to offer some sources for summer books for our students to choose from.
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Uvalde, Texas

Dear Families and Staff, We are communicating to you about the events today in Uvalde, Texas, where a school shooting occurred in an elementary school where a gunman killed 14 students and one teacher. We recognize that this is recent information and acknowledge that news and details of the incident will evolve in the coming hours and days.
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Face Covering Policy

Dear RPS Staff, Students, and Families,
On Tuesday, February 15, 2022, the Revere School Committee amended its face covering policy.
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Transportation Changes

Dear Families,

We are sending this communication to all RPS families as there has been some confusion about changes to our transportation policy for middle and high school students this year. Only those high school students who live two miles or more from RHS or Seacoast are eligible for school transportation. Only those middle school students who live one mile or more from their middle school are eligible for public school transportation.

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Superintendent's Message

Welcome back to those who are re-joining us this school year and welcome to those who are joining us for the first time. We are looking forward to a more settled year than last and appreciate your partnership as we work to provide all students with everything they need to be successful. We remain highly focused on our work promoting an antiracist community, promoting social and emotional health, and meeting the needs of all students. We appreciate family partnership and engagement as we collaborate to make the Revere Schools the best that they can be. 
 
If there is anything you need, please do not hesitate to reach out to your child’s school or to my office.
 
Dianne K. Kelly, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools