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  • 2017-2018 CR SCHOOL BELL SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

    The State of Delaware is experiencing a severe bus driver shortage
    and the Caesar Rodney School District is taking proactive steps to keep our buses running. 

    With the alignment of bell times for both the secondary and elementary schools,
    we have dramatically increased our efficiency as each bus can service both sets of schools.

    Double runs means fewer drivers are needed and cuts transportation costs as well.
    Furthermore, the bell time alignment allows for more middle school students
    to attend high school classes for distance learning experiences.

    The change was made out of necessity - primarily due to bus routes being refused
    or dropped by our bus contractors and their inability of finding bus drivers.

    After a community committee studied the issue, a decision was made to change start
    times so that we were still able to provide transportation services to our families.

    Early Dismissal Times are TBA. Please share. Thank you.


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  • Major George S. Welch Kindergarten Graduation 2017


     
  • What CR Students Are Doing Over Summer Break


     
  • CR's Littlest Riders Sing Alma Mater


     
  • THE W. REILY BROWN LEADER DAY CHOIR SINGS "I BELIEVE I CAN FLY"

     

     
  • CRHS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS RECEIVE GRADUATION CORDS

     
  • WHAT'S COOKIN' AT CRHS?!

     
  • DAFB MIDDLE CHORUS SINGS THE MILITARY'S PRAISES AT LEG HALL

     
  • Welcome Message From The Superintendent 
     
     Dr. Kevin Fitzgerald
     
     
    Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year. The first year of our second century!
     
      While our centennial year was certainly one we can all take pride in, this year promises to be a busy and exciting year as we begin our construction projects at McIlvaine, Caesar Rodney High School and our Charlton School. The additions and improvements to these schools and the eventual building of a new elementary school will provide much needed space as our district continues to grow. 
     
      The District is also expanding opportunities for our students through our distance learning program.  This year, students at all three of our middle schools and Charlton will be able to participate in classes being taught at the high school.
     
      It’s hard to believe, but we are now into our fifth year of our Chinese Immersion program and the third year of our Spanish program. In preparation for expanding our immersion programs into the middle schools, this year will be spent working with the Delaware Department of Education to plan for this big transition.  
     
      Speaking of transitions, I want to congratulate the 465 students that graduated from Caesar Rodney High School last June and the seven students who completed the Charlton program.  While the challenges that all these students face in today’s world are considerable, we are proud to have provided a solid foundation upon which they can build careers and lives. I wish them the best of luck as they pursue their dreams and I wish all of you a terrific school year!
     
    Dr. Kevin Fitzgerald
    Superintendent
  • Help Us Fight Hunger & Save Lives With UNICEF Kid Power Band
    For: Mrs. Boytim's Second Grade Class - Star Hill

    Visit their page to learn more!
    Click Here to Help Fight!

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    The Caesar Rodney School District has created a Caesar Rodney Specialty License Plate that can be displayed on your vehicle. A one-time registration fee of $25 will pay for the specialty license plate. For all the information on this centennial license plate, click on the link below: 
     Specialty Plate
    Click Here for Details!
  • CRHS SPACE STATION EXPERIMENT NEEDS COMMUNITY SUPPORT
     
    The CRHS Science Department is hoping to send a science experiment into space aboard the International Space Station (ISS) and needs community funding to help launch this project. Please click on the link for more information and thank you for your support!

    http://www.gofundme.com/ma7k2o
  • An Equal Opportunity Employer 
    COMPLIANCE COORDINATORS AND GRIEVANCE OFFICERS

    The Caesar Rodney School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in employment or educational programs, services or activities based on race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, veteran or marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identification or genetic information in accordance with State and Federal laws. Inquiries about compliance should be made to the Title IX, District 504 and ADA Compliance Officers. The following have been appointed to serve as the District’s compliance coordinators and grievance officers. These coordinators can be contacted at the Paul L. Dunbar Administration Building at 7 Front Street, Wyoming, DE 19934 or at (302) 698-4800.

    TITLE IX: CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1972
    (nondiscrimination on the basis of sex, educational programs)
    Compliance Coordinator:  Tamara Toles Torain, Assistant to the
    Superintendent
    Grievance Officer:  Joyce LeBright, Supervisor of Human Resources
    TITLE VII: CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1974
    (nondiscrimination in employment practices)
    Compliance Coordinator:  Tamara Toles Torain, Assistant to the Superintendent
    Grievance Officer:  Dr. Jessilene Corbett, Supervisor of Instruction
    SECTION 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT OF 1973
    District Coordinator:  Kevin Thompson, Director of Student Services
    Compliance Officers: Building Principals
    Building Access Issue Officer: Scott Kessel
    Hearing Officer: Dr. Christine Alois, Director of Instruction
    AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) OF 1992
    District Coordinator: Ken Starke, Supervisor of Facilities Management
    GENDER-EQUITY COORDINATOR
    Dr. Christine Alois, Director of Instruction
Long-Range Goals

Meet or exceed the annual ESEA targets in all cells in the school accountability system. Maintain a safe environment in an atmosphere of caring discipline. Provide opportunities that encourage a partnership of families, district staff members, students and the community. Project revenue resources to maintain the strong financial position necessary to support the needs of the district. Coordinate the district’s resources and create a plan that aims to ensure all students enrolled in the Caesar Rodney School District for three or more consecutive years will perform at or above grade level by the end of the student’s third year of enrollment.

Our Mission:

Recognizing the value of each individual, and building upon our commitment to excellence, the Caesar Rodney School District is dedicated to the mission of preparing students for a successful, productive and purposeful life in a diverse, global community by: • Providing quality educational opportunities for all students; and • Promoting caring attitudes through the school community.

The Four A's

Academics    Arts    Athletics   Atmosphere

Department of Justice Bullying Prevention and School Crime

Contact (Ombudsperson) Joseph Flinn Hotline: 1-800-220-5414

Caesar Rodney School District © 2014 302-698-4800 Fax:302-697-3406 7 Front St., Wyoming, DE 19934
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