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Pre-K Advisory Council provides help for area early learning programs

More than 20 Robertson County education and civic leaders met Friday morning, Sept. 12, to sharpen their awareness of Pre-K needs across the county.

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Krisle students apply math concepts

Krisle Elementary School did the, “DEW,” on Thursday, Sept. 4 when students used the DRAW, EQUATION and WRITE procedure to solve math problems throughout the day.

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Parent Teacher Conferences Coming Up

Parents will have the opportunity to visit with their child’s teacher on Monday, Sept. 15, when schools will suspend classes for the day for Parent-Teacher Conferences.

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College Fair Coming Up

The Robertson County College Fair & Tennessee Lottery Scholarship Day will be held Wednesday, Sept. 17, from 5-7 p.m. at the Center in Springfield.

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Heritage Parents Provided Insight to Math Teaching Principles

Heritage Middle School math teachers held a Math Night on Thurs. Sept. 4, to provide understanding of current math and standards-based grading to parents.

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District Seniors recognized for ACT achievement

Rewards were recently given to 163 seniors from Robertson County’s five public high schools who met at least three of the four benchmarks on their ACT tests.

 

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Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment scores released

On Tuesday, August 19, the Tennessee Department of Education released school-specific data based on the 2013-2014 TCAP and EOC assessments.  Robertson County Schools is pleased to report that 6 of its schools met all of their Annual Measurable Objectives in the area of math and language arts achievement.  The objectives are based on the achievement of particular grades the previous year.

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Heritage High group helps raise funds for cancer cure

The White House Heritage High Relay for Life Team recently participated in the White House area Relay for Life fundraiser.  The combination of friendly competition and raising needed funds for a cancer cure was a magnet for many who attended the event at the White House Civic Center, on Aug. 15.

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Springfield High School wins Pep Rally on the Square

Springfield students took top honors in bringing home the Spirit Trophy for the first time at this year’s Robertson Education Initiative sponsored, Pep Rally on the Square.  SHS won two of the five competing events and placed second in two more.

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Heritage Elementary teachers utilize agriculture in school year preparations

Teachers at Heritage Elementary School took advantage of the Curriculum Planning day by visiting the school Garden Outback and planning upcoming STEM lessons for the school year.

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Springfield High School media students reap honors and advance skills

Four SHS Media Arts Club students came away with top honors when they competed in the West and Middle Tennessee Epilepsy Foundation Public Service Announcement Video Contest during the summer break.

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Crestview Construction Continues

Work continues at the Crestview Elementary School site as construction crew have been able to work the past few weeks unimpeded by weather. 

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Springfield High graduate recipient of multiple academic scholarships

Springfield High School 2014 Senior Zachary Suell will be attending the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa this fall after receiving a cumulative $132,500 in scholarship grants over the next 4 years.

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Greenbrier High Mathematicians score high in college level testing

Seventeen of last year’s GHS Advanced Placement Calculus students sat for the Calculus AB and BC exam this past spring and came away having recorded outstanding results. 

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Alternate Learning Experience Offered for County Students

The Robertson County Virtual School (RCVS) is an online learning opportunity for students in grades 6-12. This program is for students who are not experiencing success in a traditional school setting due to any number of reasons.

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Local Law Enforcement helps prep school administrators for potential incidents

In preparation for the current school year, Robertson County School District principals and assistant principals participated in a daylong Critical Incident Training session to refresh themselves on procedures in the event of a critical situation in their buildings.

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East Robertson High grad inks softball scholarship

East Robertson High School graduate Bailey Evans signed a softball scholarship with Division II school, Kentucky Wesleyan College, on Thursday, July 24.

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Springfield Middle Administrators Define Education Philosophy and Approach in Amazing Video

Dr. Grant Bell, SMS Principal, leads off nearly seven minutes of video outlining and then defining the thinking that motivates his leadership at school. 

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First Day of School!

Classrooms across the county filled with returning and new students this morning as all RCS schools opened their doors for the 2014-15 school year.  All schools are operating on a half-day schedule today.

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KIndergarten, Elementary and Middle School Materials Lists

Class school materials lists are posted for each school and grade.

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