• Press Release 

    Marin County Public Schools Close Due to Northern CA Regional Wildfires 

    RUSD Schools Closed Tomorrow

    Dear Parents and Guardians, 
    Marin County school districts have decided to close schools on Friday, November 16. After considering a variety of factors including unhealthy air quality and closure of schools in the surrounding areas, Marin County public school districts determined that closing school was in the best interest of our students and staff.
    "We have been in close contact with our districts and the Department of Health and Human Services related to concerns and challenges associated with the regional wildfires this past week," said Mary Jane Burke, Marin County Superintendent of Schools. "Our school district leaders recognize that providing a consistent message in support our staff, families and community as a whole is critical."
    Our decision was made with the support and guidance of Dr. Matt Willis, Marin County Public Health Officer. Dr. Willis advises residents of Marin County to remain indoors with limited physical exertion. Health advisories with additional information is available on the Marin County Department of Health and Human Services website at www.marinhhs.org.
    The College of Marin and Dominican University of California will also be closed on Friday.
    Additional information on school status can be found at www.marinschools.org.
    Mary Jane Burke
    Marin County Superintendent of Schools
    (415) 499-5801


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  • A Message From the Office of the Superintendent

    Dear Parents and Guardians,
    How is Technology Used in School?
    As you know, our schools utilize technology as just one of many methods and strategies to teach students the academic content while preparing them with college and career readiness skills that depend on student’s ability to communicate, collaborate, think critically and use creativity when approaching problems and tasks. 
    I am pleased to invite you to take a virtual walk through our classrooms to see students at work. My sincere thanks and appreciation go to Paul Devoto and others who collaborated to create this very informative and exciting video that demonstrates how technology is used in our classrooms.
    Tools to Discuss Words and Actions That Discriminate:
    It is crucial that families engage with their children in discussions about how their child treats others they see as different from them. This may be students who are from a different race, ethnicity, religion, culture, gender or gender identity to name a few. In an effort to provide resources families can use at home to talk to children about acts of intolerance towards others, and to support the work we are doing in our schools each and every day, please discuss the following resources with your family.
    Board Approves School Calendars:
    The Board of Trustees has approved the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 School Calendars.
    Best regards,
    Nancy Lynch, Ed.D.
    Reed Union School District