As we move forward into the future, we envision Revere High School as a place where academic excellence means educating the whole student. Creating conditions conducive to effective teaching and learning where the cognitive, physical, and emotional development of every student is acknowledged and valued remains the centerpiece of our educational philosophy. While we remain committed to high quality, innovation, and rigorous academic standards, we equally understand the complex challenges inner city students bring to school. As a result, we periodically reexamine and adapt our approaches to meet our students’ academic needs more effectively. Our ultimate goal is to create a challenging and supportive milieu that stimulates students’ academic curiosity, as they explore the curriculum. As we pursue those goals, we envision transforming our school into a stimulating learning environment; a crossroad of cultures; a place parents feel their children are safe and can reach their maximum potential; an environment in which all stakeholders, including teachers, administrators, families and the public express satisfaction of working together towards supporting our students.
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It is difficult to believe that we are already in March and that the academic year 2014 – 2015, which started a few months ago is already taking us into our last Parent/Teacher Conference night of the year! As incredible as this may sound, the current academic year is rapidly evolving. On Thursday, March 5th, from 5:00 -7:00 p.m., we will hold our second and last Parent Teacher Conference Night of the year
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WHAT: RHS Roller Skating School Spirit Event Fundraiser
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It is difficult to believe that we are already at the end of October and that the academic year 2014 – 2015, that started just two months ago is already taking us into the first Parent/Teacher Conference night. As incredible as this may sound, the current academic year is evolving rapidly and on Thursday, November 6th, from 5:00 -7:00 p.m., we will be holding our first Parent Teacher Conference Night of the year!
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6:00-7:30pm RHS Learning Commons
An experienced MEFA representative will provide an overview of the financial aid process, including types of financial aid, how to apply, and determining financing options for your family. Families are encouraged to visit www.mefa.org/seniors before and after the seminar for e-books, calculators and helpful tools and resources.
WHO SHOULD REGISTER FOR CREDIT RECOVERY?
Any student needing to make up credits should register
** If you are not sure if you need to make up credits talk to your guidance counselor by appointment or through email
WHEN IS CREDIT RECOVERY?
For each class you register for you will attend:
WHEN AND WHERE DO I REGISTER?
Credit Recovery Registration will be this Friday, October 3,
2014 in the Learning Commons during Period 3 lunches.
WHAT IS THE COST?
The cost for each class is $200 for a 1 credit class and $100 for a .5 credit class. Payment is due by cash or money order (no checks) at time of registration.
***Can’t pay all at once? Payment plans will be available!***
***Not sure if you can afford it? Talk to your guidance counselor!***
Dear Parents or Guardians:
Administrators, teachers, and staff of Revere High School cordially invite you to participate in the Meet the Teacher Night event, which will take place on Tuesday, September 9th, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Revere High School. The purpose of this event is to build home-school connections. We strongly believe in parental involvement and support the notion that the most accurate predictor of a student’s performance in school is the extent to which a student’s family is involved in the process.
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