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Minnesota Kindergarteners benefit from Alternative Program Outreach

Robertson County Alternative Program students are having an impact on kindergarten students in southeastern Minnesota through an innovative cooperative between RCAP teacher Eric Turner and Triton Elementary teacher Kory Graham, whose classroom is just west of Rochester.

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Jo Byrns Elementary Health Projects Funded

Jo Byrns Elementary School has received full funding for two school clinic projects through the New York based DonorsChoose organization.

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Springfield High senior signs golf scholarship

Springfield High School senior Vince Gallagher signed a letter of intent recently with Walters State Community College.  Gallagher received a scholarship to play golf for the school, while continuing his education.

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RCS Educators Attend Children’s Literature Seminar

On January 15, five Robertson County Schools educators traveled to Franklin, Tennessee to participate in a “What’s New in Children’s Literature” seminar sponsored by the Bureau of Education and Research (BER).  Internationally recognized children’s book expert Judy Freeman presented the seminar. 

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Robertson County Schools Holds 2014-15 Winter Commencement

Robertson County Schools held its Winter Commencement on Friday, January 16th, 2015.  Eighty-five students from all five high schools were represented in the ceremony that was held before a capacity crowd at the Springfield Civic Center.

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Springfield High School Criminal Justice Program offers introductory career training

One of the newest classes offered by Springfield High School is the Criminal Justice course taught by former Greenbrier Detective John Harrison.

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Springfield High Recognized for Regional Nutrition Achievement

Springfield High School tied two other middle Tennessee schools for second place in the Fuel Up to Play 60, “Milk: The Titan of Breakfast,” contest sponsored by the Southeastern Dairy Association.

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Cheatham Park clinic employing innovative approach for equipment needs

Cheatham Park Elementary School can be rightfully proud of School Nurse Marsha Lewis, who is making an extra effort to meet some outstanding school and student needs in a novel way.

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Seasonal Health Tips

Parents, Students, and Robertson County School Staff,
 
Please utilize links to the attached flyers and post as reminders of Flu and other virus prevention.

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Career and Technology Course Offerings Expand

The Robertson County Schools Career and Technical Education Advisory Committee reviewed recent progress and enjoyed a catered meal at their bi-annual meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 16, courtesy of the Springfield High School Culinary Arts program.

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School Nursing Services Receives Much Appreciated Donations from Community Resources/Partners

NorthCrest Medical Center and Springfield Drugs help provide needed equipment.



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Crestview Construction Continues

Work continues at Crestview Elementary School on Batson Boulevard with the planned August 2015 opening only eight months away.

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Half Day School Schedule for Friday, Dec. 19

Students will attend school for only a half day on Friday, Dec. 19.  When dismissed, they will not return to classes until January 6, 2015, at the end of their Christmas Break. Check the following list to see your school's time of dismissal.

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Heritage Jr. Beta Club gives to community needs

Heritage Middle School Jr. Beta Club members collected more than nine boxes of toys for the White House Toys for Tots program and donated them on Wednesday, December 10.

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Jackets' Roberson signs with Trevecca

Springfield High's Jake Roberson has signed to play baseball for Trevecca Nazarene University.  Currently a senior at SHS, Roberson will pitch at the next level with TNU beginning next year. 

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Springfield High Senior selected for U.S. Presidential Scholars Program

Springfield High School senior Crystal Lemus has been selected as one of just ten high school seniors nominated by the state of Tennessee to be eligible to apply for the U.S. Presidential Scholars program.

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Elected County Officials visit schools for Education Week

More than half of the Robertson County Commissioners, in addition to County Mayor Howard Bradley, helped honor National Education Week by becoming a, “Teacher for a Day,” in Robertson County Schools on Thursday, Nov. 20.

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White House Heritage High ranked in top 50 TN schools

White House Heritage High School has been ranked as one of the top 50 best high schools in Tennessee by Niche, a national school review organization based in Pittsburg, PA.

 

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District named as College Board Honor Roll recipient

The Robertson County School District is one of 547 school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 5th Annual AP® District Honor Roll for increasing access to AP course work while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams.

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Greenbrier Athletes recognized for on and off-field character

Greenbrier High School received the A.F. Bridges State Award of Excellence on Thursday, Nov. 6, when Principal Katie Osborne and Assistant Principal Tracey Raines were presented the award at the TSSAA Regional Meeting in Nashville.

 

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