Dianne Vap's 6th Grade class did a research project on Ancient Greece. These are pictures of their project.
One-Room Schoolhouses The week of Kansas’ 155 th birthday, Craig Cox shared interesting information on one-room schoolhouses with the students during library classes. The students recognized several of the former . . .
RCES reading buddies got together on January 21st to snuggle up with their favorite stuffed animals and read. It was a cold day, so a great day to spend time reading with their reading buddy.
The Elementary School Spelling Bee winners Champion - Omar Sanchez 2nd - Sadie Sramek 3rd - Avery Reuber
Back row: Tayten Dewey, Mayra Vargas, Emma Draper, Amelia Bowles Center: McKylie Carlson, Leader Hope McFee, Ashlynn Wade, Clara Kastens, Ella Horinek, Leader Anna Vargas Front: Parker Roark, Ali Rickard, Hailey Parsons . . .
The sixth graders look over the many donated items to Santa's Store and try to find that " just right gift" for someone special. RCES students used Santa Bucks they earned to purchase gifts for their families. A special thanks . . .
This week in third grade, our students have been learning about Christmas traditions around the world! Students sampled a 'Yule Log¹ from France and even put their shoes out in the hallway to receive treats in them like a . . .
The annual Spook Parade was held on Thursday, October 30th downtown Atwood. The beautiful weather drew a large crowd of participants and spectators.
The Brownie Scouts and Rawlins County Elementary students collected $448 worth of General Mills Box Tops since school started. The Brownie Scouts have chosen this project and hope to use the money received from box tops to make playground . . .
Mrs. Martin's 5th grade class has enjoyed having Mrs. Lacy Walker in the classroom this nine weeks. She has been doing her FHSU Reading internship, and gaining experience in the reading classroom. Mrs. Walker is working on her . . .
History of Rawlins County Elementary School The first grade school in Atwood opened in 1880 in a dug out a short distance southeast of the present high school. Another building was erected on the . . .