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The Loss Of One Of Our Students
The Loss Of One Of Our Students
The Rondout Valley Central School District is saddened by the loss of one our Kerhonkson Elementary students.
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capital project update
Capital Project Update
Currently in the design state and anticipated work to begin the Summer of 2020
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Student Drop Off Locations
Student Drop Off Locations
Parents, this is a reminder regarding student drop off locations. Students are not to be dropped off via the Third Street Entrance. This is a high trafficked area and dropping students off in this area is extremely dangerous.
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Fight Flu at Home and School
Flu, or influenza, spreads easily and can make people very sick, especially kids. You can help stop flu!
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Growth Mindset Initiative
Research shows that students who believe their intelligence can grow with effort and practice - like a muscle - do better in school and in life. This belief is called a growth mindset. Rondout Valley School District is excited to announce our new growth mindset initiative.
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Kudos Corner

Kudos to: Carolyn, Frankie, & Wally at the HS
Submitted by: Barbara Jordan
It’s been a while, but I’d like to give Kudos to Carolyn, Frankie and Wally, three incredibly kind and helpful custodians at RVHS.  On Curriculum Night, while trying to navigate my freshman son’s schedule, going from the auditorium to his various classrooms, I didn’t notice that my brand-new Galaxy S10E had fallen out of my backpack.  As Curriculum Night came to an end and I realized my phone was missing, I searched my car and the parking lot with a flashlight and then drove home assuming I had left it home.  Seeing that my phone was not at the house, I used the “Find My Android” app on my laptop and confirmed that my phone was indeed in the RVHS building. So, I drove back to the school where Carolyn, Frankie and Wally helped me search the auditorium, every classroom, restroom and the parking lot, retracing my steps with flashlights, and continually calling my cell number hoping that we would hear it, but to no avail. My family was leaving for a long-awaited weekend getaway the next morning and I was anxious to find my phone before we got on the road. Carolyn, Frankie and Wally were so helpful and understanding of the situation. The next morning, my husband and son drove to the school where Carolyn, Frankie and Wally once again helped search for my phone, but to no avail.  They told my husband that they had continued looking long after I had gone home the night before, but couldn’t find it.  I had resigned myself to the fact that I would have to go on vacation without a phone.  As my family was heading out, I convinced my husband to drive to the school again for one last attempt to find it before we headed south for the long weekend.  And once AGAIN, Carolyn, Wally and Frankie were there to help, and they were truly as happy as I was when we finally found my phone stuck in between two seats in the auditorium.  They never once complained about all the time they spent searching for my phone and were so incredibly friendly, kind and helpful.  I can’t thank them enough for all their time and effort, and more importantly for being such wonderful, good-hearted people. 

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