ROCHESTER — Superintendent Kyle Repucci wishes to share the Rochester Public Schools’ plan for reopening facilities for the 2020-21 school year.
Rochester Public Schools Encourages Community Members to Participate in District’s Communication Month
ROCHESTER — Superintendent Kyle Repucci would like to encourage community members to participate in Rochester Public Schools’ first Communication Month this July by updating their student’s contact information.
Spaulding High School Class of 2020 to be Celebrated at Drive-In Commencement, City Hall Photo Display
ROCHESTER — City Manager Blaine Cox, Mayor Caroline McCarley and Superintendent Kyle Repucci are pleased to share that Spaulding High School seniors will be recognized with a drive-through graduation ceremony, and with photos of the entire graduating class displayed on the City Hall message board through mid-month.
ROCHESTER — Superintendent Kyle Repucci and Rochester Middle School Principal Adam Houghton are pleased to share that faculty and staff came together to create a welcome video for fifth grade students who will be moving up to the school this fall.
ROCHESTER — Superintendent Kyle Repucci is pleased to announce that Rochester’s R.W. Creteau Technology Center has donated several items, including hospital beds, to local healthcare workers to support the fight against the coronavirus.
ROCHESTER — Superintendent Kyle Repucci and the Rochester Public Schools community wish to thank those who have donated to support the R.W. Creteau Technology Center renovation.
ROCHESTER — Approximately 120 Maple Street Magnet School students explored the designated outdoor learning spaces at the Hanson Pines Trails Friday, closely examining trees, foliage, wildlife and the Cocheco River.
ROCHESTER — Principal Adam Houghton would like to invite the community to attend Rochester Middle School’s Lights On Afterschool event next week.
ROCHESTER — Principal Mark Campbell is pleased to announce that the Chamberlain Street School hosted a free pancake breakfast for students and their dads last week.
Superintendent Michael L. Hopkins is pleased to announce that Rochester Public Schools will hold its third Career Assistance Workshop, “What, Why and How to be ‘Employable,’” which will give students a chance to meet local business leaders and learn the skills they’ll need to launch their future careers.