Committees & Parent Groups

District Leadership Team (DLT): The DLT will seek to move toward and respond to the academic, social, and emotional needs of students in the district; through active coordination with district committees, our focus on these outcomes has the potential to change the outcomes for all students. The team consists of District and Building Leaders, leadership and/or elected members from each bargaining unit, a parent from each school building, and possibly students. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, analyzing district data, district targets, and action plans, and monitoring the progress toward student outcomes.  

Building Leadership Team (BLT): This is a site-based management team that is composed of students, teachers, parents, and staff from the building. BLT committee members participate in building-level, shared decision-making. The BLT is responsible for establishing targets, creating and monitoring action plans, and analyzing student and institutional data to ensure student success at the building level. 

This link will take you to the District's Target and Action Plan (TAPS) documents that include the specific targets for each school, action, and progress monitoring plans.

Committee on Pre-School Special Education (CPSE): This committee determines appropriate educational services for 3 to 4-year-old children with disabilities.

Committee on Special Education (CSE): This committee determines special education services needed for recommended children in grades K-12.

Parent University (Student Support Services): The goal of Parent University is to increase parental engagement and to contribute to the academic and social-emotional success of our students. The goals of Parent University include providing support for families so that they may achieve personal academic and non-academic goals; providing parents and families with the necessary resources to support their children’s emotional growth and development; and increasing the number of parents who feel positively connected to their child’s school. We will work with families of SWD to identify relevant professional development offerings and offer free classes and workshops to families throughout the school year.

Just looking to volunteer at school? Contact your student’s building principal to learn about current volunteer opportunities.

Parent-Teacher Groups

These groups are non-profit organizations that work with our parents, teachers, and community members to support our students, their goals, and their educational journey. They work closely with the school community to assist with numerous aspects of student's education, including but not limited to field trips, building updates, supplies, and staff support/appreciation. These groups sponsor and organize fundraisers and school events, deepening their connection with our community. For more information from each group, please reach out via the emails provided.

A.W. Becker Parent-Teacher Association (PTA)

  • President: Erin Sinisgalli

  • Vice President: Kayla Macey

  • Treasurer: Debra Renga

  • Secretary: Michelle Williams

Email the PTA at

To view active fundraisers, click here for the district's fundraiser page.

Pieter B. Coeymans Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO)

  • President: Kristen VanSlyke

  • Vice President: Kristina Atanasio

  • Secretary: Kathy Blenis

  • Treasurers: Lindzee Pula

Email the PBC PTO at

PTO Facebook Group: PBC PTO

This page was created and is moderated by the PBC PTO independently of the RCS School District. 

To view active fundraisers, click here for the district's fundraiser page.

Middle School Parent-Teacher-Student-Organization (PTSO)

  • President: Michelle Williams

  • Vice President: Melanie Potter

  • Treasurer: Debra Renga

  • Secretary: Susan Appleby and Jeannine Leonard

Interested in signing up to be a member? Please fill out this Google form to receive updates and information!

Email the PTSO at or

To view active fundraisers, click here for the district's fundraiser page.

Grade Level Facebook Groups from the MS PTSO:

These pages are created and moderated by the MS PTSO independently of the RCS School District.