At a work session Monday evening, members of the Three Rivers Board of Education (BOE) and Three Rivers Community Schools (TRCS) administrators weighed options for returning to school following the New Year. After some discussion, the BOE tabled any final decisions on the matter pending a review and clarification of further options by administrators. Further discussion will take place at a special meeting next Monday, December 14, scheduled at 6 p.m. for the purpose of reviewing an annual TRCS budget audit.
During a special meeting Thursday, the Board of Education (BOE) said it found Three Rivers Community Schools (TRCS) Superintendent Ron Moag to be “effective.” The statement came at the end of a closed session that lasted well beyond two hours. Thursday’s meeting concluded a two-meeting process wherein BOE members conducted Moag’s annual performance evaluation, facilitated by Rod Green of the Michigan Association of School Boards. During closing comments, BOE members also discussed the status and future of online instruction in the district.
Members of the Board of Education (BOE) discussed conflicting opinions and doubts over the Three Rivers Community Schools (TRCS) Return-to-Learn plan, which it adopted at a special meeting last Wednesday, August 12.
Work to finalize a Three Rivers Community Schools (TRCS) statement on racial justice continues. During a special meeting of the Board of Education (BOE) Wednesday evening held to adopt TRCS reopening measures amid the pandemic, the statement came up during closing public comments.
At a Three Rivers Community Schools (TRCS) Board of Education work session Monday, board members discussed the latest updates to the district’s reopening plan, which it will formally adopt at a special meeting on Wednesday, August 12.
A contentious conversation over a statement on racial justice in the midst of recent and current national events continued at a Three Rivers Community Schools (TRCS) work session Monday. Board of Education (BOE) members Dan Ryan, Anne Riopel, and Kevin Hamilton discussed the relative merits of possible wording of the statement, as well as the potential for curriculum changes that might address issues of racism.
Note: This article contains strong language and references to racial slurs.
The Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education reviewed a draft of a racism and social justice statement at a work session Monday, for refinement and adoption at a future meeting.