Mrs. Jaskoviak Health Fair 2014
On April 17, 2014, Mr. Hains’ class at RCS participated in a classroom lesson co-taught by Mrs. Schwab, Guidance Counselor, and Mr. Leander, Principal, about the Massachusetts Bullying Law, the definition of bullying, examples of respectful behavior, and consequences if students engage in bullying behavior at school, on the bus, at the bus stop, or […]
During the months of April, and continuing into May 2014, Mrs. Schwab, Guidance Counselor, is teaching positive sportsmanship skills, as well as Second Step curriculum lessons with Mrs. Arpide, to her 2nd Grade class. Second Step is the research and evidenced based bullying prevention curriculum that was purchased by the school district, to teach social […]
April vacation is here! There is much to do in these upcoming weeks. We are turning in our Dinosaur dioramas, as well as turning in permission slips for our annual field trip! We are very excited to share our dioramas with each other as well as with the school. We also are continuing to work […]
Spring bunnies busy at work sorting by colors and shapes!!
This is a test of Mrs. Lajoie’s new web page posting capability.
Thank you Ms. G’s class for being such good listeners and learners today during my lesson about germs and hand washing! We had so much fun learning about what germs are, how they spread, and how to wash our hands!
Kindergarten Registration for the 2014-2015 school year has begun. Students must turn five years old before September 1, 2014. Completed forms may be returned to ANY elementary school or the superintendent’s office in the Athol-Royalston Regional School District. Screening will be scheduled on the next available screening date (not yet scheduled). Click here to download […]
Friday, RCS students will enjoy a field trip to Mount Wachusett Community College to see “Pinocchio”. We’ll also be able to enjoy watching one of our sixth grade students, Isabella Cooke, who has a part in the show! Enjoy your school vacation beginning April 21 through April 25….
April 18, 2014 field trip to The Theater at the Mount leave promptly at 8:30 a.m. April 21-25 Spring Break….No School April 30- half day for students May 5- Grade 4 Math MCAS May 6- National Teachers’ Day May 7-Grade 4 Math MCAS May 8- Grade 3 Math MCAS May 9- Grade 3 Math […]
Meet our new care coordinator, Nicole Lonardo! Dear Parent/Guardian: I would like to introduce myself as the new School Based Care Coordinator for the Riverbend and Sanders Street Schools. My position in the school is to act as an extension of the Guidance Department as a resource for both students and families. This is […]
The fifth graders joined us in the library Friday to look at our research material. They taught us how to use bullets and locate information answering questions about our New England animal.
There are three ways to read. One can read by simply retelling the story. Reading the pictures by telling the story from the pictures is also considered reading. Reading of course also happens when one reads the words on a page. In Pre-K we are reading in all three ways!! Feel free to ask questions […]
April 1, 2014 Spring has finally arrived even though it still feels a little more like winter. Hopefully it will warm up soon so that we can get outside and enjoy the sunshine! In science this month we will begin to learn about our earth and how to take care of it. Earth Day falls […]