Superintendent Runcie participates in an on-site biometric screenings during BCPS annual open enrollment for employee health benefits.
Superintendent Runcie speaks to teachers, administrators and School Board members at the Digital 5: Pathways to Personalized Learning pilot initiative kick off event held at Florida Atlantic University in Davie, Florida.
Superintendent Runcie and School Board Member Laurie Rich Levinson, District 6, greet Indian Ridge Middle School students arriving for the first day of school.
Superintendent Runcie and School Board members display shirts from the new Lauderhill 6-12 School. Pictured left to right: Katherine M. Leach, District 3; Dr. Rosalind Osgood, District 5; Superintendent Runcie and Principal Dr. Ryan Reardon.
Superintendent Runcie visits classroom at Coconut Creek High School on the opening day of the school year.
Superintendent Robert W. Runcie
"The battle for quality education is the social justice cause of our time. If you believe that every child has the right to a quality education, then there is no more important work than providing the right leadership to dramatically transform public education in this country."
- Superintendent Robert W. Runcie.
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Message from Superintendent Robert W. Runcie
In this podcast Superintendent Robert W. Runcie discusses The SMART Capital Program Needs Assessment Reports. These individual school-level reports are the result of a comprehensive District-wide Needs Assessment, which provide an objective, data-driven overview of the District, as well as a strategic planning tool for prioritizing facility needs.
To view the Needs Assessment Facility Reports, Click Here
and to learn more about the SMART initiative and watch informational videos, Click Here