Newsletter - BITS & PIECES

                                                                           

                       May 27, 2021                                                           

8th Grade Graduation:  It’s hard to believe that the school year is almost over.  Our 8th graders are planning and preparing for their 8th grade graduation.  We are proud of our 8th grade students and look forward to celebrating their accomplishments.  As part of the graduation service our students will be sharing special music.  This is a required performance. It will take place at the Martinsburg SDA Church on Thursday, May 27, at 7 pm.  Please have your child dress in formal attire of black and white and wear a black mask.

Last Day of School:  On the last day of school we encourage each parent to park and come in with their child.  Awards will be given in the classroom and then all students will be sent to the gymnasium for a closing presentation of more awards, yearbook signing and end of year slide show.  We will dismiss students for the summer from the gymnasium when the program is over. 

FLAG Camp:  Fun Learning About God for ages 5-15 years old is being held at the Mt. Aetna Retreat Center in Hagerstown, MD from June 14-18.  The time is 9 am to 5 pm and the cost is $125 per camper/week.   There will be worship, arts & crafts, sports and a field trip each day.  For more information call Idalia Cruz 301-323-5110 and register at www.ccsdayouth.org

Re-Enrollment for 2021-2022:  If you have turned in your Enrollment Agreement and have paid the Hold Your Seat Fee, it is now time to re-enroll your child/ren.  Go to renweb.com and in the Log-In drop down click on Parents Web.  At this point, you will put in the district code: CC-SDA along with your username and password.  Once you are in, on the left-hand side, you will see a link that says re-enrollment.

OUTSTANDING SCHOOL SERIES:

PARENTS AS PARTNERS

What makes a school outstanding? Faith-based intellectual development, community spirit, and mutual respect are just some of the factors that make Rocky Knoll School great.

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing several ways that set RKS apart. This week it’s Parents As Partners, next week, A Culture of Confidence.

Active parental involvement make a BIG difference at RKS. We view education as a partnership between parents and educators. Many families volunteer their time on campus or even from home. By participating in their child’s education, they also contribute to our learning community and are examples of leadership to all of our young scholars.

Are you sharing our outstanding school with others? Please contact Melissa Baggett / melissabaggett@go2rks.com / (304) 263-9894 for a personalized education conversation.

Birthdays:  Happy birthday to the following students:                               

May  21       Tad Fraga

May  28       Cayden Blair

May  31       Hailey Pahl

June   1       Chloe Bartz

June 22       Gus Killebrew

June 26       Wednesday Fraley

June 26       Tucker Goetz

July    8       Keagan Stenack

July  17       Taden Hitchens

Laughter is the Best Medicine: Q:  What’s easy to get into, but hard to get out of?  A: Trouble

Current Events:                          

May       27          8th Grade Graduation, 7 pm at the Martinsburg SDA Church

May       28          Last Day of School- Awards Presented & Early Dismissal

June 14-18           FLAG Camp at Mt. Aetna Retreat Center

 

 

 

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