Rockingham County Public Schools

Educating Today's Learner, Developing Tomorrow's Future

Living in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, Rockingham County students attend 15 elementary, 4 middle, 4 high schools, a governor's school, a technical center, and an alternative education center. The student enrollment of over 11,000 students is supported by nearly 2,000 full-time employees. Dr. Carol Fenn is Superintendent.

RCPS Peak at the Bay


Spotswood High School Science teacher, Tara Harradine (left) and Spotswood senior, Claire Scheikl, work with Peak View Elementary students as a part of an ongoing environmental education effort. Read more about the program ...

RCPS Information and Announcements

TWO FOR YOU: The Rockingham County Public School Board is initiating a campaign to collect suggestions from stakeholders that could improve the efficiency of the school division in an attempt to maximize valuable resources. The Board has the goal to identify up to two million dollars in savings which could result from improved operating efficiencies. These resources would then be reallocated to high priority areas within the school division. Click the here to submit your suggestion for ways the school division can reach this goal. See additional details here.

The Rockingham Educational Foundation is sponsoring its 20th Educational Grant Program this fall to support educational excellence in our schools. Over $47,000 was awarded to RCPS staff last year from the Foundation's "Chip-In" for Quality Schools Golf Classic. The 2014 - 2015 guidelines and application form are on the REFI web page. Visit the REFI website and click on PROGRAMS at the top of the page.

What's the process for determining whether to close or delay due to inclement weather? Please see information from Director of Transportation, Phil Judd.


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