RCES students...read this summer to earn chances in a drawing to win a bike! Each month that you read 200 minutes your name will be put in the drawing. If you read 10 hours this summer you can play dodgeball against the staff! Read and fill . . .
Rawlins County Elementary students participated in a “Reading Roundup” on April 30. The fifth grade students lead the various cowboy related activities such as Cowboy Beanbag Toss, Cowboy Relay Races, Horseshoes, Cow Patty Throw, . . .
Rawlins County Elementary students celebrated Read Across America and Dr. Seuss with fun activities! Students read with their reading buddies, played Dr. Seuss related games in the library, and several volunteers from the community read to . . .
Thank You Parents & Community! Rawlins County Elementary School hosted a Scholastic Book Fair the last week of October. We would like to thank the parents and community members who supported the book fair! A little over $4800 in . . .
Visit Sir Readalot’s Castle and enter the world of books! The 2014 Scholastic Book Fair will be held October 28-31 from 7:45-4:00 in the Rawlins County Elementary School Library. If you are out of town or can’t make it to . . .
Rawlins County Elementary students set September reading goals; then, as they met their goals their classroom football was moved down the football field on the bulletin board. On September 25, the students celebrated by cheering for the . . .
Readers are WINNERS!!! These Rawlins County Elementary Students read a minimum of 10 hours this summer to qualify for the summer reading program dodge ball game. The students beat the staff in an exciting game last Friday and cooled down . . .
SPLASH into Reading! Atwood Public Library and Rawlins County Elementary teamed up to celebrate June summer reading participation with a pool party Sunday evening. Children who attended summer school and/or participated in the school or . . .
Rawlins County Headstart students wear magic sunglasses to “make the blues go away”. Mrs. Henry read Pete the Cat and His Magic Sunglasses to the headstart students and they were “feeling alright”!
K-6 graders enjoyed a Treasure Hunt with their reading buddies on May 1. During the previous weeks, the 4th-6th grade students read a condensed version of Treasure Island; then, made pirate maps, wrote clues, and bagged up treasure for . . .
RCES celebrated a “Community of Readers” on Thursday, March 27. Readers from all walks of life from football coaches to a minister read to small groups of reading buddies. The students enjoyed the stories! The community readers included . . .
Rawlins County elementary students had a week of reading fun during the last week of February. Headstart, Kindergarten, and First Graders enjoyed special activities from the “Pete the Cat” series presented by the Northwest Kansas . . .
During the week of Jan. 13-17, Rawlins County Elementary students were challenged to read and fill the cookie jar in the library. Each time the students read the required number of books or for one hour they received a paper cookie. The . . .
RCES students got cozy in their “crazy socks” and created a reading train in the hallway for Reading Buddy Day on Dec. 10. Even the teacher wore “crazy socks”!
“A Cool Place to Discover Hot Books!” was the theme of this year’s RCES book fair. Students enjoyed “walking like an Egyptian” on Reading Buddy Day; and shopping for new books during the book fair. Many students won prizes which . . .
*"Alexandria," the new library automation system is loaded! *Second Grade Authors! Each of Mrs. Lankas' second graders wrote and illustrated their own fiction story about a turkey who wanted to escape Thanksgiving dinner. They . . .