Thomas R. Rodman Elementary School

Welcome to Rodman Elementary!

Thomas R. Rodman Elementary

Home of the
Anchored in Learning!

Rodman is a terrific place for children to learn. Our staff
is committed to making Rodman School a place for children to
learn and grow. Our goal is to offer differentiated learning experiences that will help children not only master the
basic skills, but to think creatively, solve problems,
and grow to be responsible, caring young people.

Mrs. Marshall, Principal

Rodman School Nurse, Caroline Demers ext. 56512 
Rodman School Secretary, Melynda Pavao ext. 56550
Rodman Fax Number 508-997-1567

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Please keep your child home from school and contact your school nurse if:

Your child or someone in the household is being tested or has tested positive for COVID-19

Your child or someone in the household has been identified as a close contact
to someone who tested positive for COVID-19

(A close contact is defined as being within 6 feet of an individual for at least 15 minutes over 24 hours while the person was infectious. The infectious period begins two days prior to symptom onset).

Your child or someone in the household is ill with any COVID-like symptoms
(fever 100.0 or higher, chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, muscle or body aches, fatigue, headache, new loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, sore throat, nasal congestion, runny nose).
Your child or someone in the household has traveled outside of Massachusetts 
(The Massachusetts travel order requires all individuals entering Massachusetts, including residents, to quarantine for 10 days or produce a negative PCR COVID-19 test result that has been administered up to 72-hours prior to your arrival in Massachusetts. If not obtained before entry to Massachusetts, a test may be obtained after arrival. However, all such arriving travelers must immediately begin the 10-day quarantine until a negative test result has been received. Testing for children, 10 years and younger, who are traveling with an adult from their household is not required. Children 10 years and younger should mimic the quarantine requirement and testing options completed by the household adult they accompanied for travel. If the accompanying adult chooses to quarantine, the child must also quarantine. If the accompanying adult chooses to obtain a test, the child and adult must quarantine until the adult’s negative test result is received).

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Helpful Links:

Rodman Rockstars Facebook Page

ClassDojo sign-in page

ClassTag sign-in page

We are here for you! If you have any questions, Please contact us!


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Upcoming Events



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Our Cohorts B & C are in-person full time
5 days a week here at Rodman!
*Cohort D students are still FULL REMOTE*

Friday, April 16th
Picture Day - Bring your SMILE!
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April 19th - April 23rd
Spring Vacation - NO SCHOOL

Monday April 26th
Students return to School

School News

NBPS Kindness Day

Today is Kindness Day at NBPS. Please complete a random act of kindness today (and everyday)! ❤️

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400th Anniversary

Mrs. Giasson and Ms. Nunes’ First Grade students show their work on “The Pilgrims and Native Peoples.”

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National Custodian Day

Happy National Custodian Day to Mr. Gomes! Thank You for all your hard work each and every day. We appreciate you so much!

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This kindergarten class at Thomas R. Rodman Elementary School confidently logs in to the IXL Learning program on their classroom Chromebooks to practice Math skills, counting to 10, and addition.

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Message from Principal Marshall

Message from principal
Kim M. Marshall is in her 7th year as the Principal of Thomas R. Rodman Elementary School. Mrs. Marshall earned her Bachelor of Arts degree as an English Major, her Master of Arts in Teaching, and her Administrative Certificate in Leading for Learning Principal/Assistant Principal Licensure Program all from the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth. Prior to being the Principal of Thomas R. Rodman Elementary School, she has been teaching in the New Bedford Public School District since February of 2000. Mrs. Marshall has received recognition for her Thomas R. Rodman’s MCAS scores in October of 2017 for coming in 4th in the state for math where students bested 76% of their peers statewide, in 2009 she served on the John A. Parker Elementary School Reconstruction Team, and in 2003 she was the only outside presenter that presented a classroom biography project at High Tech High in San Diego, CA.

Mrs. Marshall resides in New Bedford with her husband, James, two daughters, Dr. Hannah M. Means, Abigayle J. Means and her son Seamus W. Marshall. Mrs. Marshall loves what she does, loves the students and families in New Bedford, and can’t imagine working anywhere else. Mrs. Marshall commends all her staff for being the heart and soul of the school and gives them all the accolades for making the school successful.
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