Red Hook Central Schools

Welcome to Our Teaching and Learning Community

  • Annual staff district policy notifications and forms are available now  

Welcome to RHCSD

  • We welcome you to the Red Hook Central School District website and hope you can find the information you are looking for. Below are a few thing we'd like you to know about our district.

    Our Mission: The Red Hook Central School District is a welcoming and diverse community of learners committed to personal growth and caring for others.

    Our Vision: The Red Hook Central School District seeks to empower each individual to embrace today and navigate the possibilities of tomorrow.

    Graduate Profile: As a school community, we strive for each RHCSD graduate to: Demonstrate empathy and compassion, think critically and problem solve, collaborate and communicate, engage in local and global civics, create and innovate, embrace diversity and challenge inequities, and tend to physical and emotional health.

     Click on the link to read our Strategic Plan and Goals for 2021-24

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    Students return to Mill Road Garden for spring -

    Students return to Mill Road Garden for spring

    With temperatures rising and the sun shining, students returned for the first time to the Mill Road Garden Tuesday. Garden Instructor Douglas Keto walked the students through the new growth and planned projects for the garden this year, including a wildflower area with ponds.

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    Red Hook celebrates Libraries, Librarians -

    Red Hook celebrates Libraries, Librarians

    April is School Library Month and April 4 is School Librarian Appreciation Day, but the Red Hook Central School District is always appreciative of the librarians that open our students to reading and creativity.

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    Garden classes learn about erosion

    Garden instructor Douglas Keto is teaching Mill Road Intermediate School students about erosion by testing miniature shorelines. Using angled tubs filled with sand and rocks, the students are invited to build paths for the water in one tub and arrange impediments in the other. 

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