RSS Connects Podcast
Enochville received 100% on their Clean School Inspection. Way to go Mrs. Thurmond, Mr. Efird, and Ms. Boger! Thanks for keeping our school so clean.
Thanks to our school community, Enochville will receive a $250 check from MyEnergyKit.org. We had 100 families sign up for a FREE energy kit. Get yours here!
PTA planned an amazing "Hawaii" themed week of events for Staff Appreciation. They provided lunch for staff two days, breakfast one day, and snack carts! Teacher names were drawn to receive raffle prizes and PTA also gifted every teacher with a beach towel. It was a fun week and the teachers were very grateful for the appreciation.
Whoooooo has the most school spirit Wise Owls? During the week of May 7-11 there will be a spirit week for Staff Appreciation Join in the fun and dress up with us!
Monday- Pajama Day
Tuesday- Tacky Tourist Day
Students in 1st and 4th grade completed a PBL project on "why attendance matters" for the South Rowan Community PBL expo. First graders shared PicCollages they created on their iPads highlighting some of the best things about school. Fourth graders used survey results to create graphs and analyze data from students in the school.
Using Enochville's new research website, www.pebblego.com, first grade students researched penguins and created their own movies with the Shadow Puppet EDU app. As part of their Science curriculum, they learn about life cycles of plants and animals.
As part of a fossils and rocks unit in Mrs. Huffman's class, students in 4th grade created cast fossils and molds in the new STEM lab.
The State of North Carolina passed HB 986 enabling qualifying school districts to become a renewal district. Currently only Rowan-Salisbury Schools district qualifies. On June 28th the RSS Board of Education elected to participate in this program. Click for details.
Today the General Assembly passed an Education Bill (H986) which would allow Rowan-Salisbury Schools the opportunity to become a Renewal School System.
Rowan County School students were offered the Go Green Challenge as a Problem Based Learning event. Winners were recognized at the April Board of Education meeting. There was a winning class for the Elementary and High School levels.
For the second consecutive year, the Rowan-Salisbury Board of Education and the district are nationally recognized as a leader in the uses of technology for student success.
Go for the Gold Reading Challenge Extended until May 4.