“RPS Shines is one way that we show our students how much we value and love them,” said Superintendent Jason Kamras. “We are so thankful for the support of our community partners and every volunteer who plans to donate their time, resources, or skills so that our schools shine a bit brighter for our students this fall.”
“It is our hope, that Rodney’s fierce commitment to equity and his love for his students and community will not only inspire us here in Richmond, but that the name, Rodney A. Robinson, becomes synonymous with equity and excellence across our nation,” said Superintendent Jason Kamras.
“In each one of these candidates we saw great leaders who we know will lead with love and inspire our students to greatness,” said RPS Superintendent Jason Kamras.
We are in the second semester of school already. This year has been going very quickly.
Before you know it, our students will be taking the SOLs, Field Day will happen, the 5th graders will have their Moving On Ceremony and then it will be summer.
As always, continue to have your students at school everyday on time and ready for the day. Also, please remember that on delayed school opening days, there is no breakfast served. By the time the students arrive, it is time for the first lunch.
Dr. S. Wharton-Carey