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
It's National Custodian Appreciation Day! Thank you to our incredible custodial staff (Chris, Tyler, Daniella, Mary and Joy) for all you do to keep our school safe and clean! #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
Mark your calendars! The Daily Pledges for our elementary classes are scheduled to be on air soon! These will air on KOMU Channel 8 before Nonstop News at 6:45 a.m. These can also be watched online after they are aired so we will make sure to share the link when it becomes available! Sunday, October 3 - Tiny Trojans & Head Start Tuesday, October 5 - Mrs. Curtis' Kindergarten Thursday, October 7 - Mrs. Davis' 1st Grade Saturday, October 9 - Ms. Hamm's 1st Grade Monday, October 11 - Ms. Hudson's 2nd Grade Wednesday, October 13 - Mrs. Davenport's 3rd Grade Friday, October 15 - Mrs. Campbell's 4th Grade Sunday, October 17 - Ms. Hess' 5th Grade
Attention Senior Parents
Big win for the Lady Trojans tonight against Mark Twain! We won 17-7 off a walk off Grand Slam by Sophomore Brooklynn Glasgow! To add to the HR column tonight was Freshman Rylee Rafferty with an inside the park Grand Slam and Sophomore Lydia Forbis with a solo HR tonight as well!
Yesterday, KOMU came to school to record each elementary class reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. We will post soon when they should be airing. Make sure to tune in! #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
During library, K-3rd grade students have been reading books about crayons & art. This week they read a book about Edwin Binny, the man who invented Crayola crayons. Then they enjoyed watching a video on how crayons are made. #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
Students, staff, parents, and community members showed up bright and early this morning for See You at the Pole. Afterward, they enjoyed some time of fellowship with donuts, juice and coffee. #WeAreCommunity
Landscaping students have been learning about maintenance of equipment. Last week they learned about chainsaw safety, maintenance, and use. #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
Students in Mrs. Eikel's Intro to Business class worked together during a team-building exercise earlier this year. #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
6th grade science students are learning how to properly use a variety of scientific lab equipment. They are now proficient with a triple beam balance after completing their Measuring Mass Lab in Ms. Cunningham's class. #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
Ms. Cunningham's 8th grade science class has been working on designing and performing their own controlled experiments. They have published their results with lab posters currently on display in the middle school hallway. #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
Students in Mrs. Utterback's Physics First class are answering the question, "Are these electrical materials?" as they test items throughout the classroom as well as things they brought in from home. #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
Students in Mrs. Larson’s elective Harry Potter class spend time perfecting their wands. #WeAreCommunity #ACommunityCommittedToSuccess
In Mrs. Larson's LA III class, students work on their iPads and disseminate "City Upon a Hill" in preparation to begin reading "The Crucible." Brynna Beamer is working on her weekly Reader's Notebook informing Mrs. Larson of what she's reading and how she is liking her book.
National Teach Ag Day is designed to encourage others to teach school based agriculture and recognize the important role that agriculture teachers play in our schools and communities. Thank you Mrs. French and Mr. Francis for the countless hours that you pour into our students!