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Transportation News
The Transportation Department would like to thank you for being patient with us as we work through all of the new school year changes and requests. Please see below for some helpful information.
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Message from First Student
First Student apologizes to the parents, students and district personnel of the Rondout Valley School District for the inadequate level of service that was provided on the first day of school. The team at First Student is continually working to correct any and all issues that arose on the first day and will have all corrected in a timely manner. The level of service we provided the district did not meet First Student or the Rondout Valley School Districts expectations and we are working to correct that error. The local team can be reached at 626-7143 if you have any questions or concerns.
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bus loading kids
This year the district contracted with a new transportation company for bussing students. Thank you for your patience as we are experiencing delays with this afternoon’s bus run. Many of the delays we are experiencing we anticipate will be resolved by the end of the week.
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welcome back
Welcome Back from Superintendent Morgan
Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year! The school personnel have been working hard to prepare the schools for the return of the students and staff. We are looking forward to the start of a successful school year. I am very excited to be here as your superintendent and I am looking forward to starting the year together.
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1:1 devices
Rondout’s 1:1 Student Device Program Expands!
Rondout Valley Central School District is now providing wireless computing devices to students in grade 5 through grade 12. The iPad program continues to be the same as last year, in grades 5-10. Students in Grades 11 and 12 will be receiving Chromebooks as their 1:1 device!
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Kudos Corner

Submitted by: Tim Wade, Iris Goliger, Meg Berean, & Robin Doick
Kudos: The PPS Department would like to thank and congratulate all of the staff who helped to advocate for, coordinate, plan, prepare for and support the valuable University of NC “Introduction to TEACCH” training that was offered to special educators, paraprofessionals and general education colleagues working with students with developmental disabilities this August, 2018.  Special thanks are in order for Katie Chase, Louann Miszko, Shane Churchill, Marybeth Lunati, and recently retired Denise Szekeres!  These hard-working and dedicated staff members all went above and beyond to make this happen smoothly, get a large number of staff members here during a vacation to participate, provide materials, and balance their other responsibilities and needs—all showing their commitment to the work we do and a deep understanding of the needs of our students and staff.  Feedback shared from many who attended was remarkably positive, and many indicated that the training and techniques they learned gave them inspiration for their direct service to our students, and would positively impact their work in the future.  From all of the PPS Administrators, we want to take this moment to say thanks to these dedicated people for bringing TEACCH to our District and for showing once again just how special Rondout Valley staff and students are! 

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