Check out RPS in the news. Our student government did a wonderful job sharing their work in this Herald News Article!
Calling all non-profit agencies! RPS will be holding a March Madness Resource Fair on March 30th to connect our students with resources and services available in their community. For more information, email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bristol Community College will be coming to RPS on , beginning at to conduct an enrollment and financial aid session for potential graduates. Students can apply to the college, as well as complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Click a link below to get more information about Resiliency Preparatory School!
We Are RPS!
The student government of RPS wrote and designed a video to show what it means to be an RPS student!
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RPS Student Government is Formed!
RPS students now truly have a voice in their school through the incredibly impressive student government. Formed in October, the government now has 6 total members and has formally elected officers into several different positions. The student government will be tasked with providing support in improving school culture, showing school spirit, providing a link between RPS staff and RPS students and exemplifying what an RPS student should and could be! The officer positions are as follows:
President- Jacob Hidalgo
Vice President- Kimberly Rios
School Committee Representative- Keenan Saffold
Secretary- Chavahya Soto
Director of Public Relations- Danny Andrade
Treasurer- Kayla Mercado
CONGRATULATIONS to all of our hard working Student Government Members!
Core Beliefs and Values Statement for RPS
We are Respectful. We are Responsible. We are Reliable. We are Ready to Learn.
The RPS learning community supports a student-centered classroom and multiple educational options, which provide the support that each individual student needs, thus reducing the dropout rate and leading more students toward graduation. As educators, we will collaborate to search for various avenues to better serve our population through rigorous instruction, engaging content and curriculum, and holding students to high expectations that will lead them to find success.
In addition, we will prepare young people for the real world through multiple intervention strategies and programs that will lead students towards success both inside and outside the classroom. We will foster a school environment where we promote family and community engagement. We will do everything we can to connect with students’ families and community partners to support us with our vision that ALL students can be successful through multiple alternative pathways.
|Breakfast||8:18 - 8:30|
|Advisory||8:30 - 8:34|
|Period 1||8:34 - 9:29|
|Period 2||9:31 - 10:26|
|Period 3||10:28 - 11:23|
|Lunch A||11:23 - 11:38|
|Lunch C||12:20 - 12:35|
|Period 4||11:25 - 12:35|
|Period 5||12:37 - 1:32|
|Period 6||1:34 - 2:29|