Summer School Reminder
Summer School 2023 Raptor Footprint Cookies!
These are the finished straw towers. Most fit 63 coins without falling!
In STEM, we built straw towers that need to hold a cup of Pennies. They were only allowed 20 straws, and 2 ft. Of tape. It also needed to be at least 30cm tall.
RCCS Prayer & Planning
How many of our feet can fit inside ONE Triceratops footprint??? Answer: 20 Part 2
How many of our feet can fit inside ONE Triceratops footprint??? Answer: 20
Our servant leader working on planting trees. Mrs. Mason, Ms. Beauleave, Mrs. Osinga and Ruth working hard at the Janesville Campus on Friday
Summer School 2023 Dino Camp & Ice Cream Making
Summer School 2023 Jr. High STEM Adventures
Summer School 2023 Rainbow Popcorn and More Fun in "Who Smarted?" Class
Summer School 2023 Lego Club and STEM classes
Summer School 2023 Lego Club Fun!
Summer school is off to a great start! Here are some shots of the fun that was had today. part 2
Summer school is off to a great start! Here are some shots of the fun that was had today.
Memorial Day did not go quietly by for our RCCS families. We participated in the Beloit parade with a float, distributing candy and information about our school to those in attendance. Kimberly Fielder and Ruth Osinga represented RCCS on the American Legion Post 48's truck in the Memorial Day Parade. Following the parade, the girls read their first and third place essays in a Memorial ceremony at East Lawn Cemetery.
The link to the graduation live feed can be found on the school home page. Graduation begins at 1 p.m. today.
We strive to teach our students to be involved members of our community. This year that looked, in part, like collecting items for Willow Women's Center. Here is an excerpt of their letter concerning our donation: "Just wanted to acknowledge that I received your very generous donation of diapers, wipes, onesies and other essential items for our diaper program. We are so blessed with the support from our communities for this service that is so beneficial to residents of our community. Our clients remind us at every pickup time how blessed they are that we can help provide diapers and wipes. I wish you could hear the comments we receive from the moms and dads that stop by. Below please see a picture of all the goodies I picked up today. A big THANK YOU to all your students and staff that contributed to this."
If you live in the Beloit school district, please check your student's backpack for bus reimbursement documents on the last day of school. These forms must be filled out and sent to the Beloit School District by June 5th.
Mr. Fox's class are learning all about Japan. Learning about other cultures is a great way to explore God's world.