Superintendent Kamras celebrates the spirit of J.B. Fisher Elementary and announces that the VDOE has denied a waiver to preserve credits earned by RPS students.
Superintendent Kamras announces VUU scholarships for RPS 8th graders and celebrates a year-over-year decrease in the number of RPS students considered chronically absent.
Superintendent Karmas celebrates the kickoff of One Book, One Richmond, and gives families some practical tools to encourage text-dependent converstions around reading.
Rodney Robinson, Virginia's Teacher of the Year, reflects on the craft and his path in this guest column.
Superintendent Kamras makes his case for an 8.3-percent increase in the City's real estate tax rate.
Superintendent Kamras announces the selcted designs for new school construction, the expaned Wolf Trap partnership, and shares his support for the meals tax.
After a week of audit results and accreditation releases, Superintendent Kamras commits to tackling the challenges faced by RPS.
Superintendent Kamras celebrates Westover Hills Elementary and discusses preparations for a budget battle at the General Assembly.
Superintendent Kamras announces capital project advancements, including the beginning of the design process for three new schools.
RPS students visited with Congressional Black Caucus in Washington, D.C. and Superintendent Kamras has the story.
Superintendent Kamras gives an update on school and local issues regarding Hurricane Florence.
Superintendent Kamras discusses preparations ahead of Hurricane Florence, including the closure of schools on Friday, September 12.
Superintendent Kamras reflects on a successful first week of school that included the adoption of the RPS Strategic Plan as well as the recognition of Rodney Robinson as the Region 1 Teacher of the Year.
Superintendent Kamras reaches out to clarify questions regarding high school start times and teacher work hours.
Superintendent Kamras shares his excitement for the first day of school and thanks RVA for a successful summer.
Superintendent Kamras thanks the community for the support of RPS shown during Beautification Week.
Superintendent Kamras responds to the release of SOL scores, calling the RPS results "deeply disappointing."
Superintendent Kamras lays out the Strategic Plan draft.
Superintendent discusses budgeting with the City and additional Capital resources now available
Superintendent offers more thoughts on Carver and race
Superintendent's Message regarding Carver Elementary School
Summer graduates, #Dreams4RPS, and RPS Shines
Learn how to get involved with the RPS Shines effort, including the Bathroom Blitz and Beautification Week.
Superintendent Kamras announces RPS Shines, an effort to enlist community help to beautify RPS buildings and bathrooms before the first day of school.
Reflecting on the Fourth of July