The Comprehensive District Education Plan (CDEP) Committee is made up of teacher, parent, non-instructional staff, administrator, and school board representatives who meet to assist the District to develop, implement, and revise its long-range efforts to improve student achievement. Through a process recommended by the State Education Department, the resulting Plan focuses on the priority areas identified by the District’s stakeholders and serves as a driving force behind the curriculum, professional development, and assessment initiatives for the next three to five years. The Plan is updated in alignment with the district’s goals as well as with state and federal requirements, including those mandated by the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation.
In addition, each building has a Building Level Planning Team that meets monthly to deal with issues specific to that building within the context of shared decision making.
The Technology Committee of the Rhinebeck Central School District is made up of the Superintendent, Business Administrator, School Principals, Computer Coordinators, Teachers and Community Members. The Committee meets to examine and discuss all current and future technology issues facing the school district. The diverse backgrounds of the committee membership allow the group to thoroughly study all subjects with comprehensive scrutiny and analysis.
The Arts in Education Committee works in cooperation with the District’s administrators and teachers to bring high quality Arts In Education programs to the District's children through the District's prioritized curricula.
The Wellness Committee of the Rhinebeck Central School District is made up of parent, teacher, non-instructional, principal, and administrative representatives to assist the District develop and implement student and employee health and wellness iniatives.