Kindergarten has been learning about letter Jj and also exploring a travel theme. We talked to Mrs. Strnad's daughter, Sally, in Japan via GoogleMeet on Thursday morning at 8:15, 10:15pm Japan time, to learn about travel in Japan. She also shared how to write each of our names with one of the Japanese alphabets (there are 3!). Following her visit we attempted eating our morning snack with chopsticks, used tissue paper to make a picture of Japanese cherry blossoms, and worked in a booklet about Japan to learn about the flag, money, Mt. Fuji, bullet trains, etc. It was a fun "trip"!
Order your yearbook by Monday, April 22nd. Non-personalized for 45.00 and personalized for 50.00.
Watercolor by: Isaac Morris
Fiber piece by: Brianna Stephens
Fiber Project by: Jude Lapo
Be sure to stop by the high school cafeteria tomorrow night (4/12) during the science fair, to check out some of RC student’s art work that will be competing this Saturday! You won’t be disappointed!
TEACHING CHILDREN SOCIAL SKILLS CAN BE JUST AS IMPORTANT AS TEACHING ACADEMICS This is a great chart that shows social skills that children should be learning through interactions at school and at home. (Credit to Integrated Learning Strategies)
✨Prom is in the air.... ✨ Decorations are underway!
Mixed Media by: Ye Gang Lee
It was great to welcome kiddos and parents to kindergarten visitation today. We can’t wait to have you in our building all day next year.
Mrs. Parry’s 2nd graders learned in Art that they can tint & color mix white model magic clay with magic markers (sorry parents 🤷🏻♀️ lol). Their minds were blown!! 🤯 but they created some really cool & colorful figurines!!
Looking towards the last six and half weeks of the school year and our COVID protocols, we are seeking input from patrons as we move forward in our continued efforts to keep in-person school and activities taking place to wrap up the school year. Keeping in mind that if things take turn in a different direction in regards current case trends, prom, graduation and the length of the school year could be affected negatively. Please complete the survey at this link regarding COVID protocols. If you have questions, please feel free to reach out to Mr. Lyder at anytime: email@example.com or 785-527-5621. https://forms.gle/juZ9FSWKkW4qZvmx5
WEEKLY NEWSLETTER -- April 12 - April 19 Please click on link to access https://5il.co/rcsw
Juniors! Please do not forget that tomorrow, April 9, is the deadline for the Belleville Chamber and Main Street Scholarship application. Please see Mrs. Hubert or Mrs. Aurand if you have any questions or need some assistance!
Mrs. Pierson’s 6th grade class worked on their team building skills during their counseling lesson today.
Wear Blue Day - Students, teachers and adults at East Elementary, RCJSHS and around our community are invited to wear blue to show your support for all children to have a happy childhood on Friday, April 9!
Please come support the Post-Prom committee as they raise funds for this year's event. We will be hosting a drive-thru burger meal at the outside concession stand on the east side of the high school on Monday, April 12 from 5:00-7:00. Free will offering for a burger, chips, cookie and bottle of water. Drive thru and we will be happy to serve you! Thank you!
Seniors! This is your one week reminder that BHS/RCHS Alumni scholarship applications are due on April 15. Please see Mrs. Hubert or Mrs. Aurand with questions!
4th graders are building and coding Lego robots in STEM!
Baseball tonight at Clay Center has been postponed until tomorrow due to rain. Start time for the games tomorrow will stay the same.