I am READY.
I OBEY rules.
I ACT responsibly.
I am RESPECTFUL.
Dates to Remember
Apr 5 - 6:00 p.m. Talent Show
Apr 9 - 6:00 p.m. 5th Grade Parent/Student Ballgame
Apr 10 - Spring Picture Day
Apr 12 - 2nd Grade to Butterfly Farm
3rd Grade to Rendezvous Mtn.
Apr 15-22 - Spring Break NO SCHOOL
Apr 23 - Kindergarten Screening
Apr 26 - 5th Grade & EC to MerleFest
May 1 - K-5 Progress Reports
May 3 - Field Day
May 7 - Wendy’s Night 5-8 p.m.
May 6 - Kindergarten & 1st to Tweetsie
May 10 - Captain Jim is Magic
May 14 - Senior Parade
May 15 - 2nd Grade to NC Zoo
May 27 - NO SCHOOL
May 30 - Last Day of School Dismiss at 12:30
Visit our school website @ https://rces.wilkescountyschools.org/
and our Facebook page for events and announcements.
To view our School Improvement Plan, visit indistar.org
Congratulations to our Battle of the Books team for taking 1st Place in the county competition. The team members were: Kaydean Edmonds, Destiny Brown, Caleb Billings, Addison Maynard, Breagha Kilpatrick, Chasity Wills, Emily Felts, and Autumn Ray.
Caleb Billings, Reece Dobbins, Rye Dobbins, and Breagha Kilpatrick competed in the NC State Science Fair on March 30th. Breagha was one of the overall top 5 winners.
Breagha Kilpatrick won the county and regional Soil & Water Competition and will be competing at the State level.
We are so proud of you!
Happy Spring!! It is hard to believe that we are in the final weeks of this school year. It is our goal that all Ronda Clingman Students show growth, experience success, and end their school year strong. This is possible when we all work as a team for the benefit of the children. I observe teachers teaching, students learning, and parent involvement on a daily basis. This is why our Ronda Clingman students are so successful in so many different ways academically and socially. It truly is the BEST school in the WORLD. Let us continue to work as a team and make this the best year yet.
Some of the ways to help your child be successful and confident in school is to make sure homework is completed every night, encourage your child to read at least 20 minutes nightly, ask questions, have conversations about their hopes and dreams, and set attainable goals. Children need plenty of sleep and to arrive to school on time in order to feel alert and ready to learn.
With everyone working together, I have no doubt that our students will learn, build self-confidence, and show tremendous growth this school year.
A few gentle reminders:
Thank you for all you do!
“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world."
SO DREAM BIG!!!!!