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Virtual Open House October 28th

on October 8, 2021 By Molly Huddle Coffey | high school public event
You're invited to a Virtual Open House on Thursday, October 28th, 4:00 pm - 5:45 pm
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Designer and Engineer Sam Holland Visits RPS

on October 7, 2021 By Molly Huddle Coffey | high school academics
Sam Holland works to make the imagined real. As a former engineering student of our math tutor, Michael Coleman, Sam took his curiosity about how things were made and became a mechanical engineer. He has worked at places like MakerBot and Vimeo, and now, he owns his own business called informal.cc, where he helps companies of all sizes create hardware. We are thrilled that he decided to visit Rock Point School and work on 3-D design and printing projects with our students.
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2021 Ooky Spooky 5k Race to Benefit COTS on October 16

on September 16, 2021 By Molly Huddle Coffey | public event community
We are thrilled to be able to host our annual Ooky Spooky 5k Race to Benefit COTS for the 17th year! The Ooky Spooky 5k is a costumed race through the Rock Point property, bike path, and North Beach. All proceeds from the event benefit COTS (Committee on Temporary Shelter) and help people experiencing homelessness in our community. We are excited to support COTS in its essential mission!
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Comedy & Inclusion: Alumna Performs One-Woman Show on Oct. 16

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Opening Day 2021

on September 14, 2021 By Molly Huddle Coffey | community
We were so excited to welcome students and families on campus for Opening Day on Sunday, September 12th! For many parents, it was their first time in the school building due to COVID restrictions from last year. Their excitement and enthusiasm was palpable!
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Fall 2021 COVID Updates

on August 25, 2021 By Molly Huddle Coffey | COVID-19
Last year, we worked hard to keep our community safe, and we were able to get everyone vaccinated in the spring! While we hoped that vaccinations would allow us to return to a more “normal” fall, given the high COVID rates around the country, “normal” is shifting. Here is what we are doing at RPS this fall to help keep everyone safe:
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Meet Our New Staff: Fall 2021

on August 19, 2021 By Molly Huddle Coffey | transitions
We are excited to introduce our new staff members! They are starting their training next week, and we are looking forward to sharing all things RPS with them in the next few weeks through our staff meetings. 
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Wiffle Fest 2021: Back in the Game!

on August 16, 2021 By Molly Huddle Coffey | community
Wiffle Fest began twenty-three years ago with C.J. Spirito's dream to get people together in the summer with one of his favorite activities. Over the years it has grown into a true Wiffle Festival, bringing out the sweet spirit of community so unique to Rock Point events while raising money to support the mission of the school. As former Headmaster John Rouleau noted about the event, Wiffle Fest has a little bit of the magic of the Legend of Brigadoon! 
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Rock Point Charity Golf Tournament October 2nd

on August 13, 2021 By Molly Huddle Coffey | public event community
Join Rock Point School and Rock Point Commons for a fun charity golf tournament on October 2nd, starting at 10 a.m.! This event will take place at the Neshobe Golf Club in Brandon, Vermont. After a morning of golf, players can enjoy lunch and celebrate their success on the course with an award session. 
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Emily Skoler Retires After 28 Years

on July 9, 2021 By Molly Huddle Coffey | transitions
After 28 years at Rock Point School, our beloved guidance counselor Emily Skoler is retiring from Rock Point School! Her next step is helping her father with family business as he enters his 90’s. During her time at Rock Point School, Emily served as a reading and writing tutor, then academic coordinator, and finally a guidance/ college counselor. In all of these roles, Emily’s empathy, attention to detail, intelligence, and genuine appreciation for the students have been enormous assets for the school. 
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