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The City of Revere prides itself on its vibrant and racially, culturally and linguistically diverse community. As such, its schools reflect the social, economic and demographic characteristics of the city, with Hispanic students comprising the largest demographic group (57.7%) trailed by White (32.2%), Asian (4.4%), African American (3.5%), Multi-Race/Non-Hispanic (1.8%) and Native Hawaiian (.3%). As an innovative and progressive school district, Revere Public Schools (RPS) has capitalized on its diversity to align its policies, practices and curricula to support students and families.
RPS believes in building teacher leadership capacity as a catalyst for sustainable change; therefore, RPS provides ongoing support, training and opportunities for teachers to take on various leadership roles in order to grow and develop professionally. As a result, RPS strives to diversify its teaching workforce by focusing on recruiting, hiring and retaining educators of color. Teacher diversity and inclusion is an integral part of RPS’s 5 Year District Improvement Plan.
There are 11 schools in the RPS district: six elementary schools, three middle schools, one high school and one alternative high school. Currently, RPS has one innovation elementary school in the district. To learn more about RPS, visit www.reverek12.org.
RPS hopes that this overview of the school district provides you with a thorough understanding of what RPS values, including the various programs and initiatives in place to create a culturally inclusive learning environment for students, educators and families. RPS is grateful for this transformative journey and invites you to join us.