It’s hard to believe but we’re a quarter way through the school year! And what a great year it’s been so far! If you’ve driven by Caesar Rodney High School you’ve noticed the many changes taking place with the completion of the connector between “D” and “C” wing and the construction of our 9th grade academy. We expect the project to be completed by the start of the next school year. In addition, the finishing touches have been made to “Legacy Field” with the installation of lights.
As you travel down Briar Bush Road in Magnolia, you’ll see the tremendous progress being made on the new David E. Robinson Elementary School. The estimated date of completion is December 2020 and we can’t wait! These construction projects along with the many improvements that have been made to our other schools have been made thanks to the wonderful support from our Rider community. We are now exploring ways to deal with the overcrowding issues at Postlethwait Middle School and Fifer Middle School, as a district we continue to grow with even greater growth being projected for the future.
I want to congratulate Mrs. Sabra Collins, who was named the 2019-20 Caesar Rodney District Teacher of the Year along with the other eleven building Teachers of the Year. When you walk into any one of those teacher’s classrooms you immediately understand why Caesar Rodney is considered the best school district in Delaware!
I also want to take a moment to welcome three new administrators to our CR Team. Ms. Kathleen Fitzgerald is the new principal of Star Hill Elementary School, Mr. Keith Wisher has been named as an assistant principal at Fifer Middle School and Mr. Freeman Williams has joined the administrative team at Postlethwait as a new assistant principal. We expect great things from each of them.
I want to thank the students, teachers and our community for an outstanding Homecoming and Rider Pride Day! I want to give a special shout out to all the classesthatcelebratedreunions during the Homecoming – each alumni is living proof that each day is a great day to be a Rider!
CAESAR RODNEY HIGH SCHOOL NAMED 1 OF 34 TOP
UNIFIED CHAMPION HIGH SCHOOLS ESPN HONOR ROLL.
"ESPN has announced the ESPN Honor Roll for 2019 -- a list of top 34 schools from across the country -- as part of its Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools National Recognition Program. ESPN will then reveal the five
Special Olympics Unified Champion schools on Sept. 6 that will receive a national banner presentation."
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Dear Caesar Rodney Family,
The Caesar Rodney School District is committed to preventing the spread of the flu in our schools and local community. The CR School Nurses partnered with Safeway Pharmacist, Kobus, to provide flu clinics for the faculty and staff at each of our schools and at the District Office. Over 300 employees in the Caesar Rodney School District have already been vaccinated against the flu this school year! Look for the CR Flu Fighter Ribbons attached to the name tags of district employees.
We encourage you and your family to join us in the fight against the flu by getting your flu shot today!
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