"Where Every Student Matters and Every Moment Counts"
Mrs. Sandra Stuart
Monday, February 3 - "Pennies for Patients" begins
Thursday, February 6 - Progress Reports go home
Friday, February 7 - "First Friday for First Responders" and Kona Ice
Monday, February 10 - School Board Meeting - Conference Room at New Augusta - 6:00
Thursday, February 13 - Cookie Dough Fundraiser Hummer Ride
Friday, February 14 - Valentine's Day - No Deliveries Accepted!
Saturday, February 15 - Daddy/Daughter Dance - 6:00
Monday, February 17 - Presidents' Day - NO SCHOOL
Monday, February 24 - School Board Meeting - Perry County Vo-tech - 6:00
2019-2020 - Junior Beta Induction - 5th Grade
"Let Us Lead By Serving Others"
Message from the principal, Mrs. Sandra Stuart:
We truly do have AMAZING students at Runnelstown!! They did a fantastic job today for the Veterans Day program!! Thank you for all of your hard work!!!! Ashley Walters, thank you for your hard work and dedication!! You did FABULOUS!!!
**If you can’t teach me to fly, then teach me music.**
Miss Ashley Walters has been teaching music to our Pre-K - 5th graders this semester, and the students have had a blast. We are very excited for the up-coming Veteran's Day and Christmas programs she is planning. Stay tuned for announcements concerning these two events.
First Responder Friday
It was great having First Responders eat lunch with us on Friday, September 6, 2019! The students really had an awesome time talking with them! Our superintendent and Board member, Mr. Mathis and his wife, even joined us! Thank you all for ALL you do! Remember....we will do this the first Friday of every month!!
Grandparent's Luncheon in PreK
The Runnelstown Elementary School Library recently purchased 4 bean bag chairs. Students will have many opportunities throughout the school year to sit in them to read. Our goal is to create an atmosphere that promotes meaningful reading time and cultivates a love of reading.
Importance of Reading
15 minutes/day of independent reading can = 1 million+ words in a year.
Children who read 3,000 words per day will be in the top 2% of standardized tests.
Today is your day, your mountain is waiting. So get on your way! -- Dr. Seuss
SCHOOL BOARD RECOGNITION OF STUDENTS
Students who scored at Proficiency Level 5 on the English Language Arts (ELA) or Math subject areas of the 2019 Mississippi Academic Assessment Program (MAAP) were recognized at the School Board meeting held at Runnelstown Elementary on Monday, October 28, 2019. Students with the highest growth in ELA and Math were also recognized.
1st Photo - left to right - Allen Clifton (Advanced Science & Math Growth), Jeffrey "Taylor" Buckley (Math Growth), Joel Garcia (ELA Growth), Ryan "RH" Steverson (ELA PL5 & Advanced Science), and Selena Hendry (ELA PL5 & Advanced Science)
2nd Photo - left to right - Cortney Powell (Math Growth) and Bethany McLendon (ELA PL5 & ELA Growth)