Congratulations to the now fourth graders pictured here for scoring in the highly proficient and advanced performance range on their spring 2013, grade 3 math and/or English Language Arts MCAS assessments.
Salli Knechtel 9:02 PM Oct 17 10-17-2013 homework: Spelling Grade 5- write words 3times each and study for test Friday Spelling Grade 4- study for test Friday math-Grade 5: worksheet on adding 3fractions together. finding a commons denominator reading-continue working on Magician’s Nephew project due Nov. 1st Salli Knechtel 10:56 AM Oct 10 10-10-2013 Homework: […]
Mrs. Muzzy joins us for a Halloween song!
Find the log-in link at the bottom of the right or left hand column. Then input your credentials and you will be logged in! This should open up to the interface called the’dashboard’.
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Managing Personal Stress For Teens Only! All of these ideas can lower stress without doing any harm. None are quick fixes, but they will lead you toward a healthy and successful life. Think about what makes you feel good and what you can do to cope with life’s pressures. Tackling the Problem Point 1: Figure […]
Keeping hands clean through improved hand hygiene is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. Many diseases and conditions are spread by not washing hands with soap and clean, running water. If clean, running water is not accessible, as is common in many parts […]
The teen growth spurt is one of the most dramatic, rapid changes that the human body experiences; it’s second only to the amazing growth that takes place during the first year of life. To support this major transition, the body requires increased calories and nutrients. During the year of the greatest growth in height (about […]
The late bus is available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Late bus pick up time is 2:50 pm.
Flu Season is approaching and it is important to know that there is vaccine to prevent the flu, the signs and symptoms, and how the flu can spread. Please review the information below; “The Flu: A Guide for Parents”, to help you and your children remain healthy through the flu season. The Flu: A Guide […]
Head lice checks are performed periodically throughout the school year and are being completed for the beginning of the school year. Those found to have lice, will have parental notification to include education. Additional intervention will be addressed on an individual basis. Please perform a head lice check on your child/children if your child exhibits […]
What a great year we are having so far!! I cannot believe we are halfway into October, it feels like fall is flying by. We have been pretty busy in the PTG, we have so many fun things we would like to plan this year, we really hope you’ll love them as much as we […]
Upon entering the driveway to the Royalston Community School, please stay to the right hand side of the circle. There will be students exiting buses and other cars so it is imperative to stay in 1 lane as you move around to drop off your child.
Wow. We had an extremely busy week last week. The students performed an egg drop, wore pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Day, listened as the wonderful community readers spoke about President Lincoln, had a Halloween Dance, and still found the time to continue learning and work hard. I have to give lots of credit to […]
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Thanks so much for all the parents and staff that made the RCS Halloween Dance a giant success. Your extreme dedication is what makes RCS such a special place!
October 25th, 2013 Hello! What a fun week! We learned all about the letter and sound that “Ff” makes. We also worked hard on making 5′s and loved learning how to graph with yummy goldfish! We introduced “at” words. We even began to add letters to the “at” word to make new words! Sat, bat, […]
Our PTO sponsored school store is now open each Friday during lunches. Most novelty items and pencils are sold for $1.00 or less.
A few weeks ago I was approached by a few students that wanted to have an RCS turns Pink day. Today was that day. Many students wore pink and donated a dollar that will be used to show we care later in the month. I think it speaks a lot about our students and the […]
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Reese, Autumn and Ms. Drouin are making beautiful fall leaves for the bulletin board in the hallway.
Try a long or short vowel sound to make out a tricky word. We use our flippers(spatulas) to flip the vowel sound.
</aWe use Tryin’ Lion evey time we read. We don’t give up on a tricky word. We use our strategies and keep trying.
Good Afternoon, Parents, We have a change of date for our Animal’s Halloween play. Since our Farmer Phillip has an appointment on that day we’re moving it from Tues. the 29th to Monday the 28th. It remains at the same time 2:15 and same place,our cafe. I’ll be sending home a refreshment request. Additionally, once […]
Today I received a delicious cup cake from one of the RCS Kindergarteners. Alex’s mom took some time our of her busy schedule to drop off a variety of treats to celebrate his 6th birthday. Thanks for my special treat today!
It was one small step for ….an egg? Yesterday was the egg drop challenge run by RCS teacher Mr. Snell. It was very exciting to watch each egg drop container drop, float, and crash it’s way down from the heights of our school. On hand to watch were Mrs. Drouin, Mrs. Lajoie, Mrs. Divoll, the […]
October 2013 PSS NL Reading Connection-beginning ed. Oct. 2013 Reading Connection-intermediate ed. Oct. 2013
Please join us for the release of “Dawn’s Agenda”; a book of Poetry by Ann Williams, former AHS Guidance Director, with artwork by her daughter, Casey Williams. A reception will take place Wed. Oct 16th 3-5:30pm in the AHS Library. Copies of the book will be available for purchase, and proceeds will go to the […]
Curriculum Mapping is a process for collecting and recording curriculum-related data that identifies core skills and content taught, processes employed, and assessments used for each subject area and grade level. The completed curriculum maps is a tool that assists with tracking what is being taught and plan what will be taught. Please take a moment to […]
Makaylee and Cooper are busy making leaf prints.
October, 2013 Dear Parent/Guardian: As we enter October you should be receiving your student’s mid-quarter progress report. These progress reports were distributed to the students on October 1st. If you have any concerns or would like to discuss anything with your student’s teachers, please feel free to schedule a parent-teacher conference. We are having a […]
Valuing our Children is having a parent cafe event on Wed. October 23. Please send the attached flyer below for more information about this free and informative event for area families. Costume cafe