Rumney Rangers After-School Program
(Funded by 21st Century Community Learning Center grant)
To provide quality after school homework support and enrichment opportunities in a safe, caring, and enriching environment for the Russell Elementary School students in grades K-8.
Please remember this is NOT a drop off program. Parents/guardians must complete the registration form for your child to attend.
If you have any questions regarding the program, please contact Peggy Grass at 786-9591 ext. 107.
Russell Elementary School Student Council
The purpose of the Council is:
to give students a formal voice at the school;
to introduce ideas and voice concerns to the staff and the school board;
to give students the chance to learn parliamentary procedures of government.
In the beginning of the school year, we will be running campaigns for Student Council officers: President, Secretary, and Treasurers. Student will self-nominate with me, make posters, and prepare a short speech to share with the school at a morning assembly.
After the whole school elects the three officers, grades 5 – 8 will hold individual in class election for class representatives to the Student Council. Terms will be for the entire year, and special elections held for any vacancies that arise.
Grades k-4 will be kept in the loop, but through a class liaison, not elected members attending regular meetings.
Lunchtime meetings will be held at least once per month on Thursdays.
The first Council meeting will be dedicated to reviewing an introductory version of Roberts Rules and to understanding roles of the officers.
I am confident that this Student Council will have a lot of good ideas to discuss. There are many students at RES that will thrive in an organized leadership role. This Council will give them a great chance for productive learning and discussion. I look forward to advising this future group of young leaders.
Middle School Social Studies
Black Bear Shorts is an online literary magazine dedicated to student writing and art. Run by a group of student editors, it is intended to encourage and celebrate creativity.
Check it out HERE
Mr. Ben Ludwig
It is the purpose of the Rumney PTO to develop closer connections and better communication between school and home by encouraging parent involvement. We will strive to promote the welfare of the children and youth in home, school and community. To enhance the educational experience by supporting academic and enrichment activities. To improve the environment at our school by providing volunteer support. We are looking for parents, teachers and community members that are interested in developing ways to support our school. Your involvement will make a difference. Follow or friend us on facebook or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org