Dianne Vap's sixth grade class shoveled, carried, and raked out wood chips on Phase I of the Hayden Wildlife Nature Trail. After their hard work the class played a learning game about migration and were treated to a . . .
On May 14 the 5 th & 6 th grade students challenged the staff to a kickball game. For the first time in several years the staff won! The younger students cheered for their favorite team.
JoEllen Argabright came and did a presentation on germs and how they spread. She read a story about a boy who did not wash his hands and how he got sick. She then placed a lotion on there hands, they then rubbed it in and then washed there . . .
3rd and 5th grade students cleaning up the flower beds out in front of the grade school. (we talked about community service and what it means. I also had them list things the community does for the school)
The Rawlins County Spelling Bee was held on Wed., Feb. 4. Five students competed : Lillian Rippe, Nash Dunker, Samantha Cozza, Samuel Hurst, and Cyrus Green. Samantha Cozza captured 1st place, with Samuel Hurst in . . .
Twelve 4th 5th and 6th graders attended a leadership training in Scott City on Feb. 3, 2015. The other school attending was Hugoton. They learned skills for solving conflict, finding solutions to problems, and working together. . . .
The annual elementary spelling bee was held on Jan. 28, with top spellers from grades 3 - 6 competing. Lillian Rippe placed first, with Samantha Cozza as 2nd place winner, and Cyrus Green in third place. The county spelling bee . . .
Gobble, gobble...turkey feathers are growing in the halls and on the walls at the Rawlins County Elementary School. The kindergarten through second grade along with their families decorated beautiful feathers. The feathers are made of . . .
The third grade students had a long journey on Friday May 2nd to Larnerd Kansas for Kansas Kids Fitness Day. Students enjoyed 10 stations of physical activities in the center of old Fort Larnerd. Students participated in cannon . . .
An author from Kansas, Jefferson Knapp, came and visited our students and gave a very interesting presentation about how he wrote his book, The Brave Journey, which is written about several pets that he had growing up as a child.
Students from USD 105 read over 303 hours this summer! Each student needed to read and record 10 hours or more of reading through the months of June, July, and August to participate in a dodgeball tournament the first Friday of . . .
Mrs Sally Lankas made tacos for the last time at the end of the school year with her 2nd grade class. Thank you, Sally, for all your years of caring and dedication to our students. You will be missed greatly!
Rawlins County 4th graders attended the Northwest Kansas Conservation Educational Alliance's "Kid's Roundup" on April 24, 2013 in Colby, Ks. The students participated in nine different sessions that concentrated on conservation and . . .
On Thursday, January 24th, RCES hosted a "Crazy Sock Day" Read-in. Students wore their crazy socks, paired up with their reading buddies and buried their noses in some books! Kansas Day is January 29th. Craig Cox brought some . . .
Third grade has set out on a race, "The Great Mail Race," that is! The third graders have written letters to forty-nine different schools, one in each state. "We hope to learn a little more about each state as we get the letters . . .
Each student at RCES will leave a piece of their artwork in the hall. Art teacher, Millie Fisher, spearheaded the project to have students each paint their own brick in the main hallway starting at the entrance and leading to the cafeteria.
A Scholastic Book Fair was be held Monday, October 29th - Thursday, November 1 from 8:00 - 4:00 in the Rawlins County Elementary Library. On Thursday, October 25th, the Little Buff Cheerleaders led the students in "reading" cheers, and . . .
RCES students got a unique experience along with a helpful lesson on fire safety when the "Smoke Trailer" from McCook, Nebraska visited. This program coordinated by the Atwood Fire Department provided children with experience and . . .