Reminder: Friday, October 29 @ 9:00AM we will be taking Senior Cap & Gown Pictures and Casual Pictures for the the yearbook. All virtual seniors will need to come during this time to get their pictures taken.
Congratulations to Mrs. Floyd for getting her classroom project "Math Manipulatives" funded through Donors Choose! With this funding, Mrs. Floyd was able to receive the following: Edupress Mathological Liar Game (8), UNO family card game (3), multiplication dominoes (4), bicycle jumbo playing cards (4), fraction dominoes (4), math stack geometry game, and additional requested resources. Mrs. Floyd and RPS would like to thank everyone who donated as it is greatly appreciated! Way to go, Mrs. Floyd!
Give Coach Wiggins a pat on the back! He got his classroom project "Training and Performance" funded through Donors Choose. Coach Wiggins teaches PE classes for the middle school and high school. He also is the head varsity baseball coach and is an assistant football coach for MS and HS. Some of the resources he received was: Jaeger exercise j-bands, wall ball/medicine balls, Bosu balance trainers, balance boards, kettlebells and much more. Thank you to Coach Wiggs for helping our athletic/physical education programs at Roland Public Schools!
RMS Students and Parents! We have started our Online Book Fair! The dates are October 8-18. Shop and order online at: efairs.follettbookfairs.com. The online book fair code is: WRD1R. Get online and order to help raise funds to replenish and update our MS Library! Thank you and happy reading!
The faculty at Roland Middle School would like to recognize some awesome kids who were nominated by their teachers for their academic and citizenship skills. These students were named RMS September Students of the Month. L to R: 8th grade John Allen, 7th grade Emmaline Fouts, 6th grade Paisley Davis. Way to go, kiddos!
Yesterday, members of National Honor Society represented the organization's pillars of "Service" and "Character" by serving the school through various cleaning and campus beautification projects. Great job, guys!
Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held Thursday, Oct 7, from 3:30pm-7pm and on Friday, Oct 8, from 8am-11am. No appointment is needed.
Roland Elementary Parent-Teacher conference will be held this Thursday from 4:00 - 7:00 P.M. and Friday from 8:00 - 11:00 A.M. by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please contact your child's teacher via Class Dojo or call the office at 918-427-4601 x102 (Upper Elem.) x202(Lower Elem.)
Congratulations to Mrs. Strong for winning the Arvest Area Teacher Contest! She won $500 to use toward her classroom!
Tutoring schedule for RMS. Call the office for any questions 918-427-4601 option 3.
Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held Thursday, Oct 7, from 4pm-7pm and on Friday, Oct 8, from 8am-11am. No appointment is needed.
School pictures for MS students will be Wednesday, October 6.
The Roland Lower Elementary School would like to thank firefighter Ryan Cristee for bringing Maple Fire Department's pumper truck today. Firefighter Cristee was able to teach our students about firefighting and fire safety, while also allowing the students to get an up-close and hands-on experience with the fire truck. As you can see, they loved it! Thank you Maple Fire Department, and firefighter Ryan Cristee.
Mrs. Rainwater's 4th grade classes spent the last week covering the beloved book "Because of Winn-Dixie." The 4th grade class decided to take up donations for the Roland Animal Care Facility. They took up donations of dog treats, blankets, and dog food. They would like to give a big Ranger Thank You to Mrs. Kayla Barns and Mr. Rocky Raney for taking care of our town's strays, and finding them new homes.
Congratulations to our 2nd Grade Star Students for September! Desiree Lopez's favorite thing about being at Roland is learning and meeting new people. When she grows up she wants to be a doctor. If Desiree had a super power, it would be to fly. Sawyer Rainwater's favorite thing about school is his friends. When he grows up he wants to be a veterinarian. If Sawyer had a super power, it would be to fly.
Congratulations to a couple of 1st Grade Star Students for September! Brayden Finney's favorite thing about school is Math. When he grows up he wants to become a police officer. If Brayden had a super power, it would be electricity. Trevor Richardson's favorite thing about school is Math. When he grows up, he wants to be a police officer. If Trevor had a super power, it would be to fly.
Congratulations to a few of our 1st Grade Star Students for September! Mia Brant's favorite thing about school is recess. When she grows up she wants to be a farmer. If Mia had a super power, it would be invisibility. Sadie Barnes' favorite thing about school is Art. She wants to be a teacher when she grows up. If Sadie had a super power, it would be to fly. Aubree Rogers' favorite thing about school is recess. When she grows up she wants to be a cheerleader. If Aubree had a super power, it would be to fly.
Congratulations to our Kindergarten Star Students for September! Hailey Wood's favorite part about being a student at Roland is recess. She wants to be a firefighter when she grows up, and if she had a super power, it would be super speed. Eloise Andrew's favorite part about school is the playground. She wants to be a cheerleader when she grows up, and if she had a super power, it would be to fly. Blaykley Byrd's favorite part about school is being in Mrs. Misty Buelow's class. When she grows up, she wants to be a doctor. If Blaykley had a super power it would be to fly.
Congratulations to our Pre-K Start Students for September! Ansley Daniel's favorite part of being in school at Roland is her friends. She wants to be a police officer when she grows up, and if she had a super power, it would be flying. Reed Richards' favorite part of being at school at Roland is recess. He wants to be a motorcycle rider when he grows up, and if he had a super power, it would be flying.
Congratulations to Roland High School September Students of the Month! Senior Lacy Long and Camryn Hull