Please join us December 16th at 5:30pm via Zoom to hear about reading and literacy strategies that can be used with your scholar during the Winter break. You will have an opportunity to ask questions directly of teachers and see some of our scholars display their talents during the showcase. You won't want to miss this! The Zoom link is posted in Class Dojo.
Please join us December 16th at 5:30pm via Zoom to hear about reading and literacy strategies that can be used during the Winter break. You will have an opportunity to ask questions directly of teachers and see some of our scholars display their talents during the showcase. You won't want to miss this! The Zoom link is posted in Class Dojo.
All parents and guardians are invited! Please mark your calendar and plan to attend our Parent Coffee Hour on Thursday, December 16th, at 8:30 am. Our Parent Coffee Hour is a monthly event designed to provide parent support, enhance academic achievement, and to strengthen our community. Our topic this month is Positive Parenting. Please plan to join us to learn from Margaret Stridick, Certified Life Educator with Triple P Parenting, ways to build a stronger relationship with your scholar, prevent problems, and become a more confident parent.
Attention Parents and Guardians! Please mark your calendar and plan to attend our Parent Coffee Hour on Thursday, November18th, at 8:30 am.
As part of a research and presentation project, our 3rd grade scholars recently got to choose a person, place or event to research. They then took their handwritten notes and modified a teacher-created template in Pages to create engaging posters about their topic. These posters are hung in the hallway so other scholars can benefit from their research and also learn about the person, place or event portrayed on the poster. Awesome work 3rd grade!
How else do you introduce the human body if you’re not turning your rooms into operating rooms, muscle rooms, and bone rooms?Scholars transitioned through each of the rooms to have experiences related to the particular body system portrayed in the room.
Amazing room transformations and STEM integration by our third grade team!
We are so excited to have received an Aquarium Scholars grant through the North Carolina Aquarium Society! Today third and fourth-grade Overton scholars at C. T. Overton Elementary School are working with NC Aquarium staff from Jennette's Pier to explore wind energy by building wind turbines and modifying them to generate the most renewable energy! We are so excited to see their work through the engineering design process! A huge thank you to Ms. Meredith and Ms. Rachel for facilitating an exciting program and hands-on learning opportunity for our students!
This was an amazing day of learning about Forces and Motion in a natural setting. Students were hanging bear bags, exploring friction in various settings, observing how objects move down a hill, and exploring the natural movements of plants, insects, and animals. Thanks Muddy Sneakers for providing such an awesome experience for our scholars!
Rowan-Salisbury Schools Superintendent, Dr. Tony B. Watlington, Sr., presented Bailey Webster and Kayla Young with the first Superintendent’s Award of Excellence in Educational Performance for outstanding educational achievement.
Jakein Johnson, Ethan Cardwell, and Xavier Vaughters, all tenors with the West Rowan High School Honors chorus, were chosen to be part of the NC Honors Chorus event at Wingate University.
Whether they’ll be enrolled, enlisted or employed in a high-paying job, Rowan-Salisbury Schools seniors are just a few short months away from the next phase of their lives. South Rowan High School (SRHS) is making sure their seniors are ready to take on the added freedoms and responsibilities with Raiders L.I.F.E., or Learning It From Experts.
Rowan-Salisbury Schools (RSS) continues to enhance safety and security protocols for athletics in an effort to create a safer environment for all fans, guests, coaches and student-athletes.
On Wednesday, December 29, Rowan-Salisbury Schools learned we were the subject of a cyber incident.
Greg Keys will serve as the Rowan-Salisbury School System’s (RSS) new Coordinator of Instructional Technology.
Mt. Ulla Elementary School’s halls were filled with laughter and fun as students and their families participated in the first family event of the year – Trick or Treat: Math is Sweet – where families engaged in math activities in a safe way.
Morgan Elementary staff participated in Marzano Resources professional development on October 13. Staff spent the day with Douglas Finn III, a co-author of A Handbook for Personalized Competency-Based Education.
Southland Mobile Dairy made a visit with some “udderly” excited friends to teach them about milk production and dairy cows.