In April, Gov. Roy Cooper praised Felicia Young in his State of the State Address for her innovative teaching techniques, and today, he made a visit to KMS to celebrate her in person.
The Rowan-Salisbury Board of Education approved a bonus payment as a special thank you for all the staff have done to maintain extraordinary educational opportunities for students every day during such a challenging and unprecedented year.
The Rowan-Salisbury School System's (RSS) Summer Meals Program begins Thursday, June 3, and will run through July 29.
Superintendent Dr. Tony Watlington launched the planning process for Strategic Plan 2027 at the April 12 Board of Education Meeting, and he wants your input.
Mrs. Warden has served as a principal in the Rowan-Salisbury School district since 2014. She is an East Rowan High School graduate, earned an undergraduate degree in Elementary Education from UNC-Charlotte, and a Master’s degree in School Administration from Gardner Webb University. Before becoming a principal, Mrs. Warden was an elementary school teacher at Rockwell Elementary and Millbridge Elementary Schools, teaching grades 2, 3 and 4. In 2013, Mrs. Warden was named the Assistant Principal at Mt. Ulla Elementary School, before being named the principal in 2014. In 2016, Mrs. Warden was named principal of Rockwell Elementary. It is an extraordinary honor for her to return to her Rockwell “home” where she began her career in education. Mrs. Warden resides in the Rockwell community with her husband and children.
Mrs. Alexander has been an educator in the Rowan-Salisbury School District since 2013. Prior to 2013, she taught in Wayne County, NC for ten years. She is an East Rowan High School graduate, and has earned an undergraduate degree in Elementary Education from Appalachian State University, a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from The University of Phoenix, and a Master’s degree in School Administration from UNC-Charlotte. Prior to becoming an assistant principal, Mrs. Alexander served as a Literacy Design Coach at Rockwell Elementary. In 2020, Mrs. Alexander was named assistant principal of Rockwell Elementary. Mrs. Alexander lives in the Rockwell community with her husband, two sons, and dog.
Congratulations to Traci Jordan for being chosen as the 2019 RES Teacher of the Year! Mrs. Jordan is currently in her 15th year as a 2nd grade teacher. Her goal each year is to make her classroom engaging and exciting to help her students achieve the highest success!
Congratulations to Mrs. Christy Goodman for being selected as the 2019 Teacher Assistant of the Year!