Rochester City School District

RCSD Leaders on Parental Engagement

Interim City School Superintendent Bolgen Vargas and Board President Malik Evans discussed their new plan on WXXI-AM in advance of students returning for the new school year.


What Would You Ask the Candidates for School Board?

WXXI and our Voice of the Voter partners want to know what questions you'd like us to ask city school board candidates in a series of interviews that will air before the upcoming Democratic primary.


RCSD Interim Superintendent Vargas on WXXI-TV

On Need to Know Rochester, Interim Rochester City School Superintendent Bolgen Vargas talked about progress in his first months on the job. (Aired August 12, 2011)

The Growth of Harris RF Communications

This week on Need to Know Rochester on WXXI-TV, Innovation Trail reporter Zack Seward's interview with Harris RF Communications' Dana Mehnert.


State Releases High School Graduation Rates

The New York State Department of Education has released high school graduation rates for districts around the state. The Rochester City School District graduation rate increased from 42.1% to 46.1%.

RCSD Board President: Brizard Not Done Yet

Today marks the end of outgoing superintendent Jean-Claude Brizard's tenure with the Rochester City School District - but he's NOT out of his contract quite yet.


Vargas Outlines Priorities as RCSD Interim Superintendent

The Rochester City School Board introduced Bolgen Vargas as interim superintendent and he wasted no time in discussing his plans when he takes over.


Brizard Discusses His Time Leading RCSD

Rochester City School Superintendent Jean-Claude Brizard talked with WXXI News about his pending departure for a new job in Chicago.


Brizard Speaks Out About Departure

Rochester City School Superintendent Jean-Claude Brizard says he was effective in his job, but he was becoming a distraction.


RCSD: What's Next After Brizard

The Rochester City School District is looking ahead to the future after Superintendent Jean-Claude Brizard's departure for Chicago.

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