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Family Sports Night

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Array City

Students used their knowledge of arrays to build a city!

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iPad Club

Students enjoy staying after school to participate in fun lessons using iPads.

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Vote for our school’s new name

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Rawls Byrd Celebrates Unity Day!

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Fun Times at Holly Fork Farm!

Kindergarten students learned all about the life cycle of a pumpkin, maneuvered through a corn maze and even went on a hay ride!

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SCA

The Rawls Byrd students in grades 2-5 elected their new Student Council and Class Representatives.

SCA sponsors:  Erin Elmore (Art Teacher) and Kelly LaPointe (Computer Teacher)

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PTA Reflections

Don’t forget to sign up for the PTA Reflections “ART Studio” on Wednesday, September 28th and Wednesday, October 5th from 4-5:30PM.

The submission deadline is October 14, 2016.

To participate, watch for the submission information, guidelines, and the “Art Studio” sign-up slip that will be sent home in the Monday folders. You may also email the Rawls Byrd PTA Reflections coordinator for more information at kacolpetzer@gmail.com or RBES Art Teacher, Mrs. Elmore erin.elmore@wjccschools.org.

 

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PTA Reflections Program

 

 

Principals at Ed

Principal Swann Visits with U.S. Secretary of Education

On May 20th, Principal Swann got to meet with U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. and senior U.S. Department of Education officials, for a day of learning and advising, as part of the Principals at ED effort in Washington, D.C.

This fifth meeting in the series of Principals at ED visits focused on the “Principal Pipeline, Retention and Support.” The goal of these visits is to bring groups of innovative and successful principals from across the country to the Education Department to learn more about federal programs and to share experiences from their jobs as school leaders. Throughout the day, the principals who attended met with senior staff from across the agency to learn about and give input on a variety of the Department’s programs, policies and initiatives.