We are celebrating School Bus Driver Appreciation Day today. We trust the drivers to safely transport our greatest treasures to and from school daily. A big thank you goes out to the entire transportation department for the role they play in every students education at RCS.
5 months ago, Micah Oldham
Bus Driver Appreciation
The following students were recognized this morning for exhibiting the Ripley Character Traits. Students names and actions were read on the morning announcements. Keep up the good work of demonstrating: Leadership, Respect, Responsibility, Grit, and Thankfulness.
5 months ago, Micah Oldham
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Students in grades 1, 3, 5, and 6 went on a tubing adventure to Peek’n Peak today. This was the first tubing experience for many of our students. It’s always nice to observe students when they are faced with a task that is outside of their comfort zone.
5 months ago, Micah Oldham
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Second grade took initiative on Wednesday to pick up trash that blew onto campus over the weekend. They filled three bags and even found one of the town banners that hang on the telephone poles which they then returned so it could be rehung. Thank you for showing such leadership!
6 months ago, Micah Oldham
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PK4 students have been learning about maps. Students pictured below are working diligently to create maps of the zoo. It is fun to see the different ways each child thinks. Great job scholars!
6 months ago, Micah Oldham
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Students in Ms. Sanderson's PK4 class earned an adventure for their outstanding behavior. The PK scholars enjoyed visiting the school's Lego Lab and had a great time getting creative. Check out the awesome house Landon built.
6 months ago, Micah Oldham
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There are 6 Oscar Meyer Weiner Mobiles currently traveling around the US right now. Look who made a pit stop at Meeder's for lunch! The driver was kind enough to give our students a tour.
6 months ago, Micah Oldham
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RCS students celebrated 100 days of learning today. Kindergarteners counted to 100 using multiple objects and grade three students pretended that they were 100 years old. What a fun day it was!
6 months ago, Micah Oldham
100 Days of School
Mr. Lemanski visited our fourth grade classrooms yesterday to share about his 35 years of service in the armed forces as well as to present each student with an American Flag. The students asked great questions and are excited to participate in the American Legions essay contest!
6 months ago, Micah Oldham
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All After School Tutoring and Play Practices have been cancelled for 2/3/2022. Students will be dismissed at their usual time. Please contact the Main Office at 716-736-2631, ext. 2000 if you need to make changes to your child's dismissal arrangements. Thank you.
6 months ago, Laurie Kozlowski
The following students were recognized for their outstanding character this week. The RCS character strengths are Respect, Responsibility, Leadership, Thankfulness, and Grit. Great job scholars!
6 months ago, Micah Oldham
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The following students were recognized for receiving Eagle Wings on the morning announcements today. These students demonstrated acts of honesty as well as leadership. Great job!
7 months ago, Micah Oldham
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The following students were recognized this week during the morning announcements for exhibiting the Ripley Character Traits (leadership, responsibility, respect, thankfulness, or grit). Great job scholars!
7 months ago, Micah Oldham
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The following students were recognized for their scholarship and character. Each scholar exhibited one or more of the Ripley Character Traits to receive this honor. The RCS Character traits are; Respect, Responsibility, Leadership, Thankfulness, and Grit. Great job!
7 months ago, Micah Oldham
Eagle Wing
Stockings have been hung and carols have been sung. Wishing the RCS community a happy, healthy, and safe New Year. We look forward to welcoming students back on Monday, January 3.
7 months ago, Micah Oldham
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Blue Shirt Friday was in full effect in Ms. Rowe's class today! Students at RCS are encouraged to show their school spirit by wearing blue every Friday. Great job kindergarten scholars!
8 months ago, Micah Oldham
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The following students were recognized for their scholarship and character this week. Great job scholars!
8 months ago, Micah Oldham
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First grade scholars are working together to plan their design for a lighthouse. Students will build and develop their own code to communicate using only light (similar to morse code). Needless to say science has a become a favorite time of the day in first grade.
8 months ago, Micah Oldham
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The following students were recognized for their scholarship and character this week. Great job scholars!
8 months ago, Micah Oldham
Eagle Wing Winners
Mrs. Blair's 4th graders learned all about how generators produce electricity. They learned how mechanical energy is turned into electric energy and even used a hand generator to produce their own electricity!! Way to go scholars!
8 months ago, Micah Oldham
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