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  • Google Classroom at Coolidge
  • RISE Read Across America
  • Birch Meadow Grade 5 Promotion Ceremony
  • Killam Makerspace
  • Wood End Makerspace
  • RMHS Robotics Team
  • RMHS Jazz Band at Hatch Shell
  • RMHS Class of 2016
  • RMHS Chorus
  • Barrows STEM Night
  • Joshua Eaton Hour of Code
  • Parker Hero Assembly
  • ArtsFest

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Reading Public School Vision
It is the vision of the Reading Public Schools to instill a joy of learning by inspiring, engaging and supporting our youth to become the innovative leaders of tomorrow. We will accomplish our vision by focusing on a few key strategic initiatives that lead to a meaningful and re… Continue
It is the vision of the Reading Public Schools to instill a joy of learning by inspiring, engaging and supporting our youth to become the innovative leaders of tomorrow. We will accomplish our vision by focusing on a few key strategic initiatives that lead to a meaningful and relevant curriculum, innovative instructional practices, strong analysis and thoughtful dialogue about evidence, a collaborative and team approach to learning and teaching, and a safe and nurturing learning environment. The overall physical and behavioral well-being of our children will be our top priority as students will not learn if they are not physically and psychologically safe. Education will truly be the shared responsibility of both the schools and the community, with families playing active roles in the schools and being full partners in ensuring the success of their children. In the interest of the entire Reading community, the school district and town government shall work cooperatively and collaboratively. As educators and members of our community, we believe that implementing this vision is our ethical responsibility to the children of the Town of Reading.
September 18, 2016
This document contains information about the impact of an override to the FY18 School Department Budget.
September 18, 2016
This is the Reading Public Schools Newsletter, Pathways for the week of September 18, 2016

Reading Public Schools
82 Oakland Road | Reading, MA, 01867
Phone: 781-944-5800 | Fax: 781-942-9149

District Calendar All Events

Sep
26
School Committee Meeting
Dates & Times 09/26/2016
7:00 pm -to- 9:00 pm
Location Superintendent's Conference Room
Sep
27
RTA General Meeting
Dates & Times 09/27/2016
3:30 pm -to- 5:00 pm
Location RMHS PAC
Sep
28
Early Release Day for Grades 6 - 12
Dates & Times 09/28/2016
1:00 pm -to- 1:00 pm
Summary High School at 1:11 p.m. Middle Schools at 1:00 p.m.
Sep
29
RCASA Annual Meeting
Dates & Times 09/29/2016
6:30 pm -to- 8:30 pm
Location RMHS PAC
Summary The Reading Coalition Against Substance Abuse (RCASA) will be celebrating their 10th Anniversary with a film screen of Breaking Points, September 29, 2016, from 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Sep
30
RMHS Football vs. Lexington - 7:00 p.m.
Dates & Times 09/30/2016
7:00 pm -to- 9:00 pm
Location RMHS
Oct
1
SAT Testing - RMHS is a test center.
Dates & Times 10/1/2016
8:00 am -to- 1:00 pm
Location RMHS
Oct
2
Rosh Hashanah
Dates & Times Starts: 10/2/2016 @ 6:00 pm
Ends: 10/4/2016 @ 6:00 pm
Summary Begins sundown on October 2 and ends at sundown on October 4.

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Reading Public Schools Participates in White House Conference on Trauma Informed Approaches… https://t.co/LYbmaQ4cbp https://t.co/VIU4l0MAt9
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