Visit the link below to learn more about our Kindergarten program here at Shive. You'll also be able to register with the school system from there!
If you are having trouble with technology, please visit the RSS Technology Help for Parent resource below!
New updates - 2020-21 School year
Please take note of the following changes to the website and information you need to provide before returning to school; this section will be updated as the site is changed and information is added.
Click the thumbnail below to access a helpful infographic about 2020-21 groupings and requirements from the East Community school.
A Student and Parent's Guide to Remote Learning
RSS Childcare Resources
Supply Lists for each grade level can be found in the Students tab, under "Student Back to School Lists" (or click the text to redirect you).
The page is now complete with all grades represented.
Change to Uniforms
For the upcoming 2020-21 school year, students are permitted to wear their Shive t-shirts instead of the polo-style uniform shirts on the days they attend school. If you would like to order more shirts, please see to announcement below in regards to ordering.
Welcome to the School Year - Videos
Each grade at Shive has created a video to provide information for you and your child for the upcoming school year.
SWARM T-Shirt Orders
Keep an eye on this space for future updates on new orders!
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.
Every student, every day.