Attention RSD: updates to our district and individual school websites are scheduled for this morning. *If you should get a security setting error, don't panic- the sites will update and reload shortly. Rachel Jones- District Communications Coordinator
FREE Turkey for holidays! Saturday, December 19, 2020. West Fraser and the City of Russellville invite the community to City Hall for a free turkey! West Fraser plans on handing out turkeys until they run out beginning at 10 A.M. Please plan on one turkey per family. Russellville City Hall, 203 S. Commerce Ave.
ATTENTION VIRTUAL LEARNERS: Virtual meal pick up (meals for the entire week) will be at RMS, RJHS, & the RHS campuses tomorrow, Tuesday, December 15, from 8:00-10:00 a.m. Please pick up meals from the school you normally attend. Questions? Contact Dining Services: 479-498-8836.
ATTN: Information for the 2021 MLK Holiday Statewide Essay Contest Presented by the Arkansas Martin Luther King Jr. Commission, Sam’s Club, and Walmart is now available on our website. https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1034684/2021_King_Holiday_Essay_Contest.pdf
RIS (5th Grade) will be implementing Virtual Friday’s on Friday, December 11th and December 18th.
NO SCHOOL 11.20.20-RSD's Board of Education has called for Friday, November 20 to be an off-site remote learning day district wide in response to an increase in COVID cases throughout the community. Unlike 'Virtual Learning' days students Pre-K to 12 grade will not be on campus Friday.
ATTENTION RSD FAMILIES: Sack lunches will be provided for the remote learning day on Friday, November 20 tomorrow at dismissal. Students may pick up their sack lunches at tables located at each of the entrances before leaving campus on Thursday, November 19. For more information contact dining services at 479.498.8836.
Russellville Board of Education announces Friday. November 20, 2020 a Virtual Learning Day District wide, Pre-K to twelfth grade.
The deadline for the Hispanic Heritage Essay Contest has been extended until November 7, 2020. Altice USA, the parent company of Optimum and Suddenlink, announced its annual Hispanic Heritage Month essay contest in partnership with Univision. The essay contest invites middle and high school students to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by submitting an essay that describes a Hispanic person whom they consider to be a hero and why. 'We all have a hero. Someone we look up to. Someone who inspires us. Whether it is a civil rights activist, pop culture icon, or someone you know personally, heroes bring us hope when we need it the most. *In 500 words or less, tell us about a Hispanic person, past or present, who you consider to be a hero and explain why.' Who: Optimum and Suddenlink’s Hispanic Heritage Month essay contest in partnership with Univision What: Hispanic Heritage Month essay contest for middle and high school students about a Hispanic person who they consider to be a hero. Where: More information can be found at Optimum.com/HHM and Suddenlink.com/HHM When: Essay submissions must be received by 11:59 pm EDT on November 7th, 2020 Why: Grand prize finalists will receive a $1,500 scholarship. Additional three finalists will receive an iPad. Separate prizes for middle and high school categories.
No school on Monday & Tuesday (November 2nd & 3rd) for parent-teacher conferences. Meals will be delivered for both days on Monday with buses following their regular routes beginning at 9:30 a.m.
ATTN. RSD Families: Nov. 2 & 3 are remote learning days across the district for Parent-Teacher Conferences. Meals will be provided for both days. Buses will run their routes beginning Monday morning at 9:30 a.m. and will deliver meals for Monday and Tuesday at that time. Questions? Contact your child's school or Dining Services. Thank you! RJ
Mark your calendars! Monday, November 2, and Tuesday, November 3 are virtual learning days for Parent/Teacher Conferences.
RSD's Flu clinic is scheduled for Monday, October 26 through Friday, October 30 across the district. Free Flu Vaccinations are available to all students, BOTH on-site and virtual learners, as well as staff. *Virtual learners who wish to receive a vaccination will need to report to their building on the scheduled day. Questions? Contact your building nurse. Thank you, RJ.
CYCLONE HOMECOMING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9! TICKETS SALES FOR PUBLIC BEGIN THURSDAY!
CYCLONE VOLLEYBALL: DIG PINK TONIGHT AT CYCLONE ARENA!
RSD is so excited to have these amazing teachers on our Cyclone Virtual Academy staff! We are looking forward to a great rest of the 2020-21 school year!
Frequently asked Questions answered! Russellville Cyclone Virtual Academy, (RCVA) is a school within RSD that is virtual for students whose needs may be met better in a different environment than the traditional classroom. The Buzz LMS is a Learning Management System where Lincoln Learning’s course content is housed and accessed by both teachers and students. Lincoln Learning is an entirely online curriculum that gives students multiple ways to engage with, understand, and demonstrate mastery of the course content. Any course can be modified to meet the needs of students. The Course content is rigorous and includes lessons for all standards at each grade level. The Lincoln Learning Content is based on the same grade level standard base as the Arkansas State Standards. Buzz contains multiple tools to help students such as translation of the content on the page, highlighting, on-screen dictionary, and reading the text to the students if needed.
Whirlwind volleyball with Cyclone Booth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAqj59YStO4&feature=push-lbss&attr_tag=SIUpYCKAJJC1kXLF%3A6
CYCLONE SENIOR SUCCESS NIGHT: follow the link for more info! https://sites.google.com/rsdk12.net/rhs-senior-success-night/home
The Russellville Board of Education will conduct a committee meeting today at the Administration Building at 11:30 a.m. Mr. Jim Bob Humphrey will demonstrate the Fotric Auto Body Temperature Screening Infrared Imager.