This is an important update about the coronavirus concerns in our community. According to Contra Costa Health Services, there have not been any confirmed cases of coronavirus in students or staff at any schools. However, in an abundance of caution, we are closing RCP for the next three weeks, starting Monday, March 16. School will resume on Monday, April 6.
Additionally, Friday, March 13th will be a noon dismissal for all students.
Hello, RCP Parents,
We just received word that Verde Elementary in Richmond is closing due to a possible (as yet, unconfirmed) exposure to the CoronaVirus. Please keep a close eye on the District website (www.wccusd.net) for updates, and we will keep information following as quickly as possible.
The Black and Brilliant Event has been postponed and will take place on Thursday, May 28th, at 5:30 at the Richmond Auditorium.
Our school is participating in Black and Brilliant: A Celebration of WCC African American Charter Students and Educators. The purpose of this first-ever affinity celebration across our charter schools is to collectively uplift our students and educators so that we foster a greater sense of belonging and deepen our culture of recognition, celebration and success.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says people in the U.S. shouldn’t wear face masks to prevent the spread of coronavirus, but that’s not the only reason Americans may want to think twice about using them, one expert told MarketWatch.
Don't miss the largest education fair of the year this Saturday, January 25th at Richmond HS from 10am-1pm! The WCC Education Fair is free and open to all! Meet with over 50 local public schools and dozens of community organizations to connect your kids with great schools, summer jobs, after-school opportunities and more! Drop by Saturday for a chance to win Warriors tickets and discover schools and community agencies eager to serve your family. For more, find us on Facebook, WCC Edufair!