Parents Did You Know… Your Child can ride the wave of success with healthy breakfast options at school? Established in 1989, National School Breakfast Week (NSBW) celebrates how school breakfasts can set students up for daily success. By observing this special week every year, we’re encouraging all K-12 schools to recognize the importance of a healthy start to the day with breakfast to fuel children’s academic success. #NCPS #NCPSchools #NSBW24 #surfsupwithschoolbreakfast
1 day ago, Heather Louise “HL” Finch
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Know the Signs: Preventing Gun Violence and Other Harmful Acts This #SaySomethingWeek, NCPS is raising awareness on learning the warning signs of violence and how to get help. Here are the 3 steps: – Recognize The Signs – Act Immediately, Take It Seriously – Say Something www.sandyhookpromise.org/warning-signs
2 days ago, Nash County Public Schools
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Tomorrow morning!! Tune into Spectrum News on Friday, March 1, 2024 - in a detailed interview, Jeannie Kerr, Project AWARE director at Nash County Public Schools (NCPS), shared insights into the district's efforts to enhance student safety and mental well-being. With new safety legislation effective March 1, Nash County Public Schools has updated its protocols accordingly. Nash County Public Schools, distinguished as one of six districts in North Carolina to receive the Project AWARE grant, exemplifies commitment to creating a secure educational setting. This grant, provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and managed through the Department of Public Instruction, highlights the district's proactive approach to student safety.
5 days ago, Heather Louise “HL” Finch
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NCPS has updated its dress code policy. If an individual believes that they have a cause to file a Title IX Sexual Harassment claim, please contact the following Title IX contacts: Sheila Wallace - Title IX Contact for Personnel Dr. Leondus Farrow, Jr. - Title IX Contact for Students Angela Miller - Title IX Contact for Athletics https://boardpolicyonline.com/?b=nash_county&s=160494
5 days ago, Heather Louise “HL” Finch
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Parents, We need help with restocking our supply closet! Germ season has wiped out our supply of tissues, wipes and spray! Help us stay healthy! Mrs Williams
5 days ago, Allison Williams
Healthy
Check out this information from Mrs. Pearce about Earth Day and Career Week! The dates are April 22nd-26th. There is an opportunity for you to sign up to come to the school and share your career! If you are interested, just click the link. https://www.canva.com/design/DAF86mh9pGQ/FnImccDzex6fVYr9pZRZvA/view?utm_content=DAF86mh9pGQ&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=editor
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14 days ago, Mrs. Foster
Good Evening, Bus 244 for Red Oak Middle will not have a driver in the morning. Please plan accordingly. We apologize for the inconvenience that this situation has caused. Thank you for your patience and have a great evening.
15 days ago, Kevin Leonard
Good Evening, Bus 244 for Red Oak Elementary will not have a driver in the morning. Please plan accordingly. We apologize for the inconvenience that this situation has caused. Thank you for your patience and have a great evening.
15 days ago, Kevin Leonard
A Friendly Reminder about Thursday, Feb. 15th's event: Due to a HIGH demand of requests from parents! We will have an in-person Connect Inform Engage event for all families who want to learn more about the Early College High School and CITI High School options this Thursday, 2/15, at 6 p.m. at Central Office! Topic: "Navigating Future Success: Insights into CITI High School & Nash-Rocky Mount Early College High School'' Join Nash County Public Schools CPE Department's "Connect Inform Engage" for an enlightening roundtable discussion featuring CITI High School and Nash-Rocky Mount Early College High School. This event is designed to uncover who can apply, the unique aspects of each program, and how they differentiate from traditional high school experiences. Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights into these innovative educational pathways.
20 days ago, Heather Louise “HL” Finch
CIE
Families, Our first basketball game is Saturday, February 17 at Nashville Elementary- Girls play at 11:15 and boys play at 12. If your child is a student athlete, their jerseys will be given prior to the games. There is a $3.00 charge for everyone except student athletes. Please come out and show your support! Next Saturday, February 24, our school has been assigned ticket sales and concessions. We get to keep all proceeds from that game, so definitely come out and cheer on ROE while helping us raise money!
21 days ago, Mrs. Foster
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22 days ago, Mrs. Foster
Good afternoon, Parents/Guardians: Nash County Public Schools (NCPS) will conduct an important Mass Communication Test on Friday, February 9, 2024. This test aims to verify the effectiveness and efficiency of our communication systems, ensuring that we can reach all members of our school community promptly in critical situations. This test will involve each school in our district. For parents and guardians with contact information linked to their child's school records, please anticipate receiving notifications via text messages, voice calls, and emails. This initiative is crucial for confirming that our lines of communication are fully operational and that you are kept informed about your child's safety and school events. If your email or phone number fails during our test, please be advised that your child's school will attempt to contact you through alternative means. This may include sending a letter home with your child or employing another communication method over the following four weeks. We also want to remind you of the importance of keeping your contact information current in our system. You can review and update your child's details anytime through the PowerSchool Parent Portal, or contact your child's school. It is not uncommon for contact information to be incorrect by just a single digit, yet accurate details are crucial for ensuring that we can reach all parents and guardians effectively. Thank you for your ongoing support and commitment to the well-being of our students and the broader school community. Thank you, Nash County Public Schools Click the following link for more info. https://nashdistrictupdates.edurooms.com/engage/ncps-communication-planning-engagement-department/newsletters/ncps-mass-communication-test-advisory
26 days ago, Heather Louise “HL” Finch
NCPS TEST
The students and staff had a great time celebrating the 100th day of school! They enjoyed a parade in which everyone got to see how the students would look as senior citizens. There were some pretty cute senior citizens!! Students will also be doing all sorts of 100 day activities in the classroom today.
27 days ago, Mrs. Foster
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Good Evening, Bus 218 will not have a driver in the morning. Please plan accordingly. We apologize for the inconvenience that this situation has caused.
27 days ago, Kevin Leonard
Congratulations to our Beginning Teacher of the Year: Paige Conyers, Teacher of the Year: Kelsey Taylor, and Teacher Assistant of the Year: Heather Winner!!
28 days ago, Mrs. Foster
teacher of the year
Last night was an All Star Teacher Recognition night! Congratulations to Mrs Moore, Mrs Patterson, Mrs Taylor and Mrs Brown Moore for exceeding growth! Red Oak Elementary is blessed with such GREAT educators!
28 days ago, Mrs. Foster
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Save the date for our Kindergarten and 1st Grade Performance of "Down on the Farm"!
29 days ago, Mrs. Foster
down on the farm
Parents, this is a reminder about the model release form. Here are the instructions if you have not filled it out. If we do not have this form filled out, we cannot post pictures of your child. We got some great pictures of the PBIS dance but are not able to post them because we do not have these forms. Thank you so much for your attention to this matter.
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Foster
model release form
This event is still happening tonight! See you there!
about 1 month ago, Nash County Public Schools
AP Information Night