Our school community is multicultural and diverse. Revere celebrates this rich tapestry of heritage and aspirations and remains united in its efforts to realize the full intellectual, social, and physical potential of every child. In this endeavor, we shall maintain a safe environment that nurtures curiosity, dignity, and the promotion of social responsibility.
Children need healthy meals to learn. Revere Public Schools offers healthy meals every school day. Breakfast is free district wide. Lunch costs $2.50 district-wide. Your children may qualify for free meals or for reduced price meals. Reduced price $.40 for lunch.
Families who received a note on the first day of school saying they are pre-registered do not need to do anything. Those who choose not to apply should return the form their child brought home from school on Wednesday 8/26/15. All other parents, please Click here for more information! and follow the prompts. The on-line application by September 14, 2015
NOTE: you only need to complete one application per family. It will count for all of your children who are enrolled in the Revere Public Schools. Schools will have support in completing forms available on Meet the Teacher Night.
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Revere Public Schools
Licensed & DPU Certified; Class B or C CDL.
Applications at the RPS Superintendent’s Office
101 School St., Revere, MA 02151
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Revere Reads Summer 2015
RPS Literacy Coaches: Jennifer Connolly, Mary Ellen Dakin, Ashley Cinelli, Ann McLaughlin, Mariann Mehr, Maria Bianco, Sarah Hartnett, Nicole Cecere, Donna Mauro, Michele Travalini Kelly
Director of Humanities: Dr. Christina Porter
Director of Title One, Elementary Literacy, & Early Childhood: Tonia D’Eramo
One City, One Theme
Common Theme: “Our Stories”
*This book contains mature themes, subject matter and/or language.
To promote unity in our schools, we have decided to go with "One City, One Theme” with the common theme for 2015 being “Our Stories.”
This list contains a variety of works on a variety of topics with a diversity of authors and characters.Our hope is that every student is able to find books that appeal to them.
Grades 6-12 students are expected to read two books on his list.**They are welcome to read the recommended books for their grade level but are also welcome to read any/all books on the list.Please note that one of the books has mature themes.
Students are also welcome to read the books in their first language (if available).
As with summer reading in the past, students are expected to purchase their own books. The books will be available at Barnes & Noble in Saugus and from Amazon.com.In addition, there may be limited copies available from the individual school libraries.
Revere Reads Summer Reading List 2015