RCL Discussion: Rye Schools

This text is to promote  discussion.   This is starting  information, please remember that opinions are “not right or wrong”, just opinions and information to get discussions going.  

While there can be many points of discussion about our schools, Rye Schools have had an excellent reputation and that has helped with property values.

We can go back to the Master Plan discussion, but our school population is on a steady decline.

While it is nice that the Schools have kept a relatively flat budget (tracking with the inflation rate) the past five or so years, that is not always a good thing.  Union contracts have built in salary increases, which means that there have been cuts or reductions to offset those increases.

With only three grades, the impact is more pronounced at RJH.  If you have been following the School budgets these past few years, you would have noticed a steady, chip, chip, chop, chip, chip, as teaching hours, teachers, have been continuously reduced.

Rye will soon need to make a decision about how we feel about maintaining our expectations and reputation of our school system.  Starting last year the School Board began having those discussions and the process continues this year.  As it is, the School administration and teachers spend an inordinate amount of time/effort focused on the constant reductions.  Rye is soon going to have to make hard choices about education investments or to roll the dice with the education of our youth.

 2016-2017 Proposed Budget:  2016-2017 Proposed Rye School District Budget
Budget Sections
  Introduction & Testing Results: 2016-17 Budget Introduction
  RES Overview: 2016-17 RES Overview
  RJH Overview: 2016-17 RJH Overview
  Special Education Overview: 2016-17 Special Ed Overview
 Budget Executive Summary:  2016-17 Budget Exec. Summary
 Comparison Information: 2016-17 Comparison Information
 Maintenance: 2016-17 Maintenance
  Enrollment:  2016-17 Enrollment
 

 

One Response to “RCL Discussion: Rye Schools” Subscribe

  1. Charlotte Rist April 13, 2017 at 2:46 pm #

    The attachment for Rye schools has an overview for RJH from Chris Pollet for 2016 /2017 . He is no longer the principal.

Leave a Reply

Plan NH Charrette, a community-wide discussion

Video of: Plan NH Presentation Our Fundraising goal is $7,500 and we reached it.. THANK YOU to the Business Sponsors! […]

Most Current Rye Civic News

Rye Civic News January 2019 from the RCL Rye Civic News December 2018 from the RCL Rye Civic News November […]

Rye Clean Water Information

November 2018 Parsons Creek monitoring data: Click Here Slides for November 8th Water in Rye: Water in Rye Presentation Final 8 […]

July 4th Rye History Trolley Tour

Rye History Trolley Tour Wed. July 4th, 10:30 – 12:00 $25, $18 Sen. and under 18 Reservations by E-mail: info@ryenhhistoricalsociety.org […]

June 2019 Civic News Documents

Files for May 2019 Civic News

RWD 2019 Budget Comparison

RWD 2019 Budget Growth

RWD 2019 Reserve and Trust Table

RWD Reserves and Trust

Rye After School Program Help Needed

Rye After School Program Help Needed

RYE RECREATION AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM PART-TIME POSITIONS COUNSELORS: 2:15 – 6:00 p.m., M-F 1-5 days a week Rye School District […]