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Message from the Superintendent (12/17/20):  RCPS postpones in-person learning to February 2021, athletic conditioning and competition to continue

Message from the Superintendent: Fall High School Sports Competition to Start

Message from the Superintendent:  Fall High School Sports Conditioning to Resume


Message from the Superintendent:  Fall High School Sports Postponed

Message from the Superintendent:  No Fall Middle School Sports, Marching Band Postponed





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Update (4/19/21)

RVC courses (Virtual option for 2021-2022) now NCAA approved
Rockdale Virtual Campus (RVC) courses from Spring of the 2019-2020 school year through Spring of the 2021-2022 school year are approved under an NCAA waiver for NCAA Division scholarship eligibility. For more information about RVC, visit https://rvc.rockdaleschools.org




Update (12/17/20)

Hybrid in-person learning postponed to February 2021, athletics to continue
RCPS Superintendent Dr. Terry Oatts announced in-person hybrid learning will be postponed to after the February 2021 break. Athletic conditioning and competition will continue; each athlete will be allowed three spectator tickets to attend games; visiting teams will not be allowed to have spectators at games. CLICK HERE for full article




Update (9/23/20)

Fall high school sports competition to start
RCPS Superintendent Dr. Terry Oatts announced the decision to start high school fall athletic competitions in the coming weeks. CLICK HERE for full article




Update (9/10/20)

High school sports conditioning to resume
CLICK HERE  - RCPS Superintendent Dr. Terry Oatts announced the decision to resume high school fall sports conditioning. “After consulting our Fall Sports Working Group, I have decided to permit the resumption of fall sports conditioning on Monday, September 14, 2020," said Dr. Oatts. "This decision will afford our fall sports student-athletes the opportunity for structured and supervised conditioning in preparation for eventual fall sports competition during second semester. We will continue to monitor our local, regional and statewide COVID-19 data to inform our decisions regarding fall sports. While our local data is improving somewhat, key indicators such as positivity rate and 14-day case rates warrant further monitoring and scrutiny. Our goal remains to let our student-athletes compete as soon as it is reasonably safe to do so.”




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