Voters in the RCS district overwhelmingly elected to approve a building and site sinking fund. This investment in our schools will generate approximately $7.8 million per year for 10 years to repair, replace, or buy new facility and infrastructure items, enhance security, and upgrade technology. “It is an honor to work among community members who place such a high value on education and are willing to invest in our students’ future,” said Superintendent Dr. Robert Shaner. “As we move forward, every action will continue to be deliberate, strategic, and focused on safety and efficiencies throughout the entire RCS organization.”