Bus Safety Tip #1-Know what the lights mean on our busses. Please know that busses turn on yellow lights 500 feet in advance. This is the signal that vehicles need to become aware that a stop will be made soon. #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
Picture retake day will be this Friday, October 22nd. If your child will be getting their picture retaken, please return their picture packet with them on Friday. Students who were absent on the original picture day will be able to get their picture taken as well.
Bus Safety Tip #1-Know what the lights mean on our buses. Please know that bus drivers turn on yellow lights 500 feet in advance. This is the signal that a stop will be made soon. #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
The Book Fair is October 25th-29th in the Media Center. Cash, cards or eWallet will be accepted. The book fair will be open daily for students to shop & during Parent-Teacher Conferences. Flyers are being sent home with elementary and middle school students this week.
This week is National Bus Safety Week. Transportation Director, Dewey Fennewald will be sharing tips each day to remind you when you are out and about how you can help us protect our precious passengers. #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
STRIVE sponsors HS students as Students of the Month. Staff members consider effort in academic achievement, extracurricular activities, adherence to school rules, and school spirit and pride. Students of the Month for September are Jolene Hollensteiner and Kylee Gentry.
We have many talented elementary artists! #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
Check out this impressive MS & HS artwork! #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
Attention MS students and parents-Mark your calendars for the Halloween Dance!
8th grade science is currently studying the Earth, Sun and Moon. They practiced identifying phases of the moon using cookies. #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
Middle School Student Council sponsors 2 students as the Middle School Students of the Month. These students are nominated by their teachers & selected based on academic effort, involvement in extracurriculars, school spirit, as well as overall kindness and courtesy to others.
Congratulations to the Lady Trojans on their win against Marion County last night on Senior Night. And, congrats to Shelby and Alexis on your impressive softball career. #TrojanPride #GoTrojans #OnceATrojanAlwaysATrojan
It's a good day to be a Trojan! #R6thoftheMonth #WeAreCommUNITY #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
To celebrate the R6th of the Month today, Okie Doke BBQ & Catering stopped by so the staff and high school students could enjoy a wonderful meal. Thank you Mike and Traci Wilson! #WeAreCommunity
Today is the R6th of the Month! Show us your Trojan Pride! #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess #R6thoftheMonth
Get your Conference Softball Champions shirt now! Store closes Thursday. https://southlakedesigns.shop/products/community-r-vi-softball-conference-championship-t-shirt
Mark your calendars for Fan Fest on Thursday, November 11th from 4:30-8 pm. Shirt orders are due by October 14th. Checks can be made payable to Community R-VI. #GoTrojans #WeAreCommunity
We are looking forward to meeting with our parents. Please mark your calendar for parent-teacher conferences on October 25th. More information will be sent home soon. #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
OPAA is currently hiring for kitchen help for Community R-VI. Interested applicants can contact, Kaylein Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students in Mrs. Davis’ first grade class are learning how to read and write rhythms with “Doggie, Doggie Where’s Your Bone?” And of course, they love to sing and play the game. #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSucces