RIO RANCHO, N.M. — Walmart might not be the only place where you’ll find a welcoming greeter.
Rio Rancho Public Schools might consider the idea of having greeters at every school, “armed” with the latest information and able to answer almost any question posed them, in light of the ever-changing 21st century during the pandemic.
It would be part of the emphasis on expanding communications, which was the gist of Beth Pendergrass’s report to the RRPS Board of Education at its hour-long virtual meeting last Monday.
It was the fifth and final report in three weeks from a reopening task force. Pendergrass, the district’s chief communications, strategy and engagement officer, led the Communications and Community Concerns group.