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Dear Students and Families,

Help improve the RPS website. In an effort to make the RPS website user friendly and have the most up-to-date information possible, we are asking for your help. Please click on the following link here to add your comment or suggestion.

Thank you!

 

Hill “Kids for Kids” Raises $1822 for Children’s Hospital

During 2015-2016 Hill professional development, a group of teachers, Ms. Franzese, Ms. Felzani, and Ms. Whalen formed a committee called “Kids for Kids”.

MWRA Visits with Grade 2 Students Again

Special thanks to MWRA’s Meg Tabacsko for visiting with our 2nd graders again this year. Her presentation “Dwayne the Storm Drain” cleverly showed students where our water goes when we turn on our faucets or flush our toilets everyday in our homes. Meg has been visiting the McKinley/Hill for many years and has been a wonderful community partner. Thanks also go to Ms. Todisco for arranging the visit.

February is Hill’s Acts of Kindness Month

Dear Hill Community Members,

Did you know February 17th is Random Acts of Kindness Day? Well, we do and the Student Council is hoping to do something very special school-wide in honor of the occasion!

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2016 – 2017 Spelling Bee

On December 20th, the Revere School Committee recognized the Revere elementary and middle schools’ Spelling Bee winners. Hill School winner, 3rd grader Omolade Adeniyi is shown below with her family and also with the other winners and members of the Revere School Committee. Omolade will be participating in the regional spelling bee on March 9th at the Lynn Auditorium @ 6:00 PM. Good luck Omolade and all the other Revere students!

A Letter to Students and Families School logo

"Dear Students and Families,

We write today to reassure you that regardless of how you came to be a member of the Revere Public Schools community, we are here to support you. Over the years, we have celebrated diversity and embraced the richness that it brings to the classroom and to our own lives. One of the ways we have measured our schools’ success has been by assessing how safe, welcomed, and included ALL of our students and families feel. This will not change."

Please click link for more. A Letter to Students and Families – English/Spanish/Arabic