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RCE/RCM Outdoor classroom
The RCE/RCM outdoor classroom and garden project is in full swing, and just received a big boost in funding after being awarded a Lowe's Toolbox for Education grant in the amount of $5,000 earlier today! Congratulations to 3rd grade teacher Kristi Smith and her fellow committee members for securing this grant to help our garden grow!
Jr. Beta club convention
The Jr. Beta Club at RCM and RHS had a great showing at last week's convention in Williamsburg. The club brought home 3 first place, 3 second place, and 7 third place awards for their efforts. We are proud of our Jr. Beta students and their commitment to community service!
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Congratulations to Rappahannock's A.J. Darby and his family on his Signing Day. A.J. has decided to continue his academic and football career at UVA-Wise. Raider Pride!
a "program that works".
Congratulations to 6th grade science teacher Patty Ptucha and the Friends of the Rappahannock organization for their award as a 'Program that Works', recognizing their collaboration on 'A River Runs Through Us', where all sixth grade students investigate how our daily actions impact the health of the Rappahannock River through experiments and research.
Mrs. Ptucha, school board vice chair Brenda Pemberton, and Friends of the Rappahannock staff members Daria Christian and Lowery Pemberton were presented the award by Governor Terry McAullife on behalf of the Mathematics and Science Coalition earlier this week. We are very proud of this outstanding community partnership and the opportunity for learning that it provides our students!
Educational alliance math and science grant.
Rappahannock High School was the recipient of a $500.00 Educational Alliance Math and Science grant from Warsaw Exxon and ENC Enterprises. Thank you Exxon and ENC Enterprises!
We believe that every student should have an opportunity to realize his/her optimum potential academically, socially, emotionally and physically. Every child can learn and we can teach every child. Every child is unique and can make a valuable contribution to society. Given knowledge and opportunity, students can shape their own futures.
The mission of Richmond County Public Schools is to collaborate with parents and the community to provide a healthy environment in which children can develop academically, socially, physically and emotionally in order to become lifelong learners, independent thinkers and responsible citizens.
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