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Dear Ralston Public Schools Patrons,
My name is Dr. Mark Adler, and it is my honor to serve as the Superintendent of Ralston Public Schools. This fall will be my tenth year as Superintendent and fourteenth in the District. I want to share with you some important information about a project you will be hearing and learning about in the next few weeks and months.
Future Ready Ralston is a project focused on upgrading and renovating all of our District schools. The goal of the Board of Education and District is to make enhancements at every school that create exceptional learning environments and areas for extracurricular activities for all students that would lead to outstanding opportunities beyond high school.
The project’s focus will be on Increasing Safety and Security, Modernizing Classroom Learning Environments, Developing College and Career Readiness, Increasing Building Efficiencies, Improving Overall Air Quality, and Improving Activity Facilities. Future Ready Ralston impacts every school. Three of the District’s six elementary schools still have open classrooms without doors or walls, and only one has had significant renovations since being constructed.
RPS will be gathering information and input over the next several weeks. You will have the opportunity to attend informational presentations, complete online surveys, and potentially complete a phone survey to provide information to help guide our Board of Education in decision making.
I am proud of the District’s fiscal responsibility shown over the past ten years. The Board of Education has provided the leadership to help nearly eliminate our debt while also lowering the levy.
Over the next few weeks, please be looking for information and ways to engage in Future Ready Ralston. I encourage you to visit our website (www.RalstonSchools.org) for information and engagement opportunities. If you have specific questions about Future Ready Ralston, please email them to email@example.com.
Thank you for your support of Ralston Public Schools.
Dr. Mark Adler
Superintendent of Schools