Revere Public Schools
|Revere Public Schools|
|101 School Street|
$14,534 per pupil
|NCES District ID||2510050|
|Students and staff|
|Students||6,519 in 2011-12|
|Teachers||444.7 FTE in 2010-11|
|Student-teacher ratio||14.0 in 2010-11|
|School committee||Fredrick A. Sannella|
Carol A. Tye
Stacey A. Rizzo
Donna Wood Pruitt
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In February 1945 the district created its Department of Audio-Visual Aids.
In a five year period from 1993 to 1998, enrollment increased by 25% in the district's elementary schools. Around 1998 the district gad passed a roof repair and asbestos referendum worth $2.2 million. Three schools had their roofs repaired. The same referendum also funded the installation of a new fire alarm system at Revere High School.
In 2001 the school district began a $83.5 million construction program to build four new school buildings, which together were to house five schools.
In 2009 groups of parents objected to a Massachusetts General Hospital-operated clinic at Revere High School that provided contraception services. The parents started a petition to have a November 3, 2009 bill to eliminate these services. The voters in the city ultimately did not approve of the vote for removing the contraception services.
In 2014 an increase in the number of immigrants occurred district-wide, and the high school now has a program for new immigrants.
Middle schools: All of these schools have uniforms.
- Susan B. Anthony School for the Arts
- This school is connected to the Whelan elementary, also the only school to not have black as a part of their uniform.
- Garfield Middle School
- the only middle school to have Chromebooks handed out to the students.
- Rumney Marsh Academy
Elementary schools: These schools also have uniforms.
- Beachmont Veterans Memorial Elementary School
- Abraham Lincoln Elementary School
- Staff Sergeant James J. Hill Elementary School
- Paul Revere Elementary School
- A. C. Whelan Elementary School
- The Massachusetts State Government was originally scheduled to reimburse the Revere city government for 90% of the costs for the construction of what is the current Whelan school. In 2001 the Whelan project was put on the School Building Assistance program list. However the state delayed giving the funds. The Revere government waited for a three year period to acquire the funds. In February 2004, all of the members of the City of Revere City Council voted to have the current school campus built. Construction was scheduled to begin in June 2004. At that time the state government had not given the funds to the municipality.
- SeaCoast School
- This school is a sub-sect of the beachmont school.
- most students who are expelled from a middle school are sent here.
- Mulligan, Paul Vincent. "Audio-visual Education in the Revere Public Schools" (Service Paper, Master's of Education thesis) (Archive). Boston University, 1946. - See entry at OpenBU, See entry at Google Books
- "Directory Profiles - Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education". Retrieved 2012-06-11.
- "www.revereps.mec.edu" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-06-08.[permanent dead link]
- Mulligan, p. 1 (PDF 4/74).
- Congressional Record, V. 144, Pt. 5, April 21, 1998 to April 30, 1998. Government Printing Office, 2004. p. 6146. "And this is the Revere public schools. That is a blue-collar area in Massachusetts. It has increased by 25 percent the enrollment over the past 5 years in the elementary schools. Revere recently passed a $2.2 million referendum to repair roofs[...]"
- "REVERE SCHOOLS TO BE REBUILT FOR $83.5M." Boston Globe (February 11, 2001) "It is to address that problem that officials have launched the first major citywide school building program. The $83.5 million effort will include the construction over the next six years of four new school buildings that will house five schools."
- Conti, Katheleen. "SNOWFALL FORCES SCHOOLS TO ADJUST SOME COMMUNITIES EYE HOLIDAY CLASSES." Boston Globe. March 20, 2005. Retrieved on September 20, 2014. "Revere has received legislative approval to use June 17 as a school day. The Legislature approved the home rule petition Monday and it was later signed by Governor Mitt Romney."
- Laider, John. "Parents fight birth control accessibility at Revere High." Boston Globe. August 20, 2009. p. 1. Retrieved on September 20, 2014.
- Burge, Kathleen and Stephen Rosenburg. "Revere keeps school contraception policy." Boston Globe. November 4, 2009. Retrieved on September 20, 2014.
- Daniel, Seth. "Schools Stretched To Provide Services To Immigrant Influx" (Archive). Revere Journal. July 3, 2014. Retrieved on September 20, 2014.
- "BUILDING PROJECT SET TO BEGIN IN REVERE." Boston Globe (February 29, 2004). Retrieved on September 20, 2014. "REVERE Fiscal woes have led state officials to test the patience of local communities, asking city and town officials to bear with them as local aid and programs are cut. But Revere school officials, who have been waiting three years to get the OK to build a $35 million school to replace the Whelan School , say their patience has run out."
- "REVERE'S SCHOOL UNION SAYS IT'S NOT TO BLAME" Boston Globe; (Mar 27, 2005), p. 7: "Once again, the superintendent of the Revere public schools has attempted to direct blame toward the members of AFSCME Local 1383, which represents custodians, maintenance workers, cafeteria workers, clerks and secretaries, and bus drivers, for the situation which exists concerning school being in session on certain Suffolk County holidays."