COVID-19 and School Closure (Click here for Spanish) Historically, schools have considered closing when experiencing flu outbreaks if absenteeism approaches 20 percentWhile closing schools can...
To parents of high school athletes: Athletic practices will resume on Monday, July 27th. As an extra precaution, we will follow guidelines in Phase One of the Athletics Return to Play Plan and...
Please see the attached documents detailing the MS and HS phased return plan along with frequently asked questions.HS-MS Re-opening FAQRiver Forest MS & HS Phase 1-4 Color
Parent Survey for Enrollment Choice (Links below) We really need your survey results to help us make re-entry plans. Please complete this SHORT SURVEY! It literally takes 1 minute and is only 6 quick questions. Other than typing the names, the rest are check boxes. PLEASE COMPLETE THIS TODAY IF POSSIBLE!!! Choice A - Traditional 5 days in-person Choice B - e-Learning option (English Survey) https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSei3_Nka_aWKGI2F9bm4oSu-dWbOzcXWIRYLVrCuH3eI5BQaA/viewform (Encuesta española) https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdFtoBeldBe9oyrc2KmbwefLJvE6SmN9eOm28WO9YSbUyrCAg/viewform view image
Attention RFCSC Parents, The Athletics and Extra-Curricular guidelines have been updated on our Return to Learn plan. The plan now states: "Students participating in extracurricular must be aware of guidelines afforded by IHSAA regarding eligibility requirements as they relate to the minimum number of periods students must attend class in-person to remain eligible for sanctioned participation when the schools are open. Meaning all students, whether students choose option A (attend class at school) or option B (attend eLearning/remote class) may participate in extra-curricular if they have completed a release form, meet IHSAA requirements of attendance in eLearning/remote class or in person class, and maintain eligibility. " To view the complete plan please visit: www.rfcsc.k12.in.us