Board of Education
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Katherine A. Madigan
Kimberly A. Allen
Bradford H. Dates
Jolean B. Bliss
Stephanie L. Kaiser Stephanie.Kaiser@rccsd.org
“The Red Creek Central School District will create a safe and supportive learning environment for all of our students, in order to prepare them with the fundamental skills and knowledge to successfully and responsibly contribute to society.”
DISTRICT ACADEMIC GOALS:
Continue reviewing the district’s curriculum to ensure alignment district-wide and within New York State standards, while providing diverse educational opportunities for all students.
Utilize all effective platforms and methods to improve communication and transparency between the school and the community.
Maintain responsible budget practices through the strategic use of resources in order to support our facilities and academic goals.
Establish a process for reviewing all district aspects through continued leadership development and long-term strategic planning for the success of the district.
School districts must be prepared to handle serious emergencies quickly and effectively. The district-wide safety plan is required by law to ensure that schools are ready to prevent and minimize the effects of serious incidents and are able coordinate efficiently with local and county resources. The district-wide plan is consistent with a detailed emergency response plan at the school building level. You can review our District-Wide School Safety Plan by clicking the button below.
Here are the policy statements formulated by the Board of Education of the Red Creek Central School District. You can review our Policy Manual by clicking the button below.
As part of the ongoing professional development planning cycle, the Red Creek Central School District reviews multiple sources. You can review our Professional Development Plan by clicking the button below.
The Open Meetings Law generally requires that any resolutions that will be discussed and/or voted upon at a meeting must be published to the district’s website at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.
(e) Agency records available to the public pursuant to article six of this chapter, as well as any proposed resolution, law, rule, regulation, policy or any amendment thereto, that is scheduled to be the subject of discussion by a public body during an open meeting shall be made available, upon request therefor, to the extent practicable at least twenty-four hours prior to the meeting during which the records will be discussed. Copies of such records may be made available for a reasonable fee, determined in the same manner as provided therefor in article six of this chapter. If the agency in which a public body functions maintains a regularly and routinely updated website and utilizes a high speed internet connection, such records shall be posted on the website to the extent practicable at least twenty-four hours prior to the meeting. An agency may, but shall not be required to, expend additional moneys to implement the provisions of this subdivision.