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Fishburn Park Elementary Applications Accepted
Applications are being accepted until May 4, 2012. Click HERE to download the application. Click HERE to view the school website.
William Fleming Dedication Ceremony
William Fleming recently honored notable graduates and influential leaders by naming portions of the school building after them. The foyer area is named after Fleming graduate Dr. Billy Cannaday, the first African American state superintedent (seen in picture).
Preston Park Gym/Classroom Project Begins
School Board member Lori Vaught takes the first swing at demolishing the modular classroom facility at Preston Park Elementary School. Click HERE for more details and photos.
Budget 2012-2013 School Year
The school board adopted the proposed $147 million categorical budget for 2012-13 during the Tuesday, March 13 school board meeting. Click HERE to view budget details.
Parent School Climate Survey
Your opinion is important. Click HERE to complete the Parent School Climate Survey.
2012-2013 School Calendar
Click HERE to download a PDF version of the 2012-2013 School Calendar.
Madison Student Guest Maestro for RSO
James Madison student took center stage as guest maestro for the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra.
Photo Courtesy of Jean Jadhon/WDBJ7
Fallon Park Receives Lowes grant
Fallon Park Elementary receives a $4,900 Lowes Toolbox Education Grant to fund its garden and greenhouse project.
Hollins Collaborates with Breckinridge Middle on Art Project
Hollins University art students collaborated with more than 50 Breckinridge students on an art project which is on display in the Williamson Road Library.
Fleming Forensics Team and P.H. Players Bring Home Top Awards
William Fleming Forensics Speech Team won the District Championship (seen in picture). Patrick Henry Players won 2nd place in the 1-act play District Competition.
Breckinridge Student Wins Spelling Bee
For the third consecutive year Breckinridge Middle student Elijah Martin will advance to the regional spelling bee. Pictured Left to Right; Runner-up Gabriel Scott, WDBJ7 Brent Watts, Elijah Martin
Click HERE to download a PDF of the newest Community Newsletter.
Virginia Heights Mentor Program
Big Brothers/Big Sisters hosted "Big for a Day" and teamed up with The Roanoke Civic Center andFreedom First bank to take one Virginia Heights student to a live concert and another got to serve ice cream to his classmates!
Fallon Park receives Lowe's Grant for Greenhouse Project
Fallon Park Elementary School will use a $4,900 Lowe's grant this year to provide an outdoor gardening and learning space for students.
William Fleming Performs Tony-Award Winning Comedy
Tickets for I'm Not Rappaport are $10 for adults, $5 for students and can be purchased on show nights at Fleming's Black Box Theatre. Dates: January 27-28, February 3-4, at 7:30 p.m.
Roanoke Symphony Highlights Strings Section for RCPS Students
Members of the Virginia Virtuosi engage Lincoln Terrace students with a lively introduction to their strings section, part of a district-wide initiative
provided by the Roanoke Symphony.
School Board Recognizes Norfolk Southern Volunteers
The school board thanked Rails of Color, a group of Norfolk Southern engineers and conductors, for establishing an afterschool mentoring
program at two RCPS middle schools.
Area Superintendents Join Together to Reveal Plans for Education Reform
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City Council Recognizes Winners of Fire Prevention Poster Contest
Roanoke City Council recently recognized this year's winners of the Fire Prevention Poster Contest. The meeting will be televised on RVTV 3 on
Dec. 22 at 7 PM and Dec. 24 at 4 PM.
School Board Honors Urban Achievement for Volunteer Work
The school board recently honored City Councilman Sherman Lea (left) and Sherman Lea, Jr., founder of Urban Achievement, for the mentoring program's work with RCPS high-schoolers.
Santa Claus Visits Lincoln Terrace
Lincoln Terrace Elementary Students Presented Santa with their Christmas Wish Lists Just in Time for the Holiday.
Grandin Elementary Participates in Jingle Bell Run
Grandin Court Elementary students recently participated in the downtown Jingle Bell Run.
Roanoke Mayor Visits Sixth-Grade Class at Breckinridge
Breckinridge Middle School students sat down with Roanoke Mayor David Bowers to seek his opinion on community topics ranging from area flooding to the availability of skate parks.
Monterey Elementary Celebrates Holidays Around the World
Students celebrated 15 different countries and eight languages represented at Monterey Elementary School at the ninth annual Holidays Around the World event.
Verizon Donates Dictionaries to Highland Park
Students at Highland Park Elementary recently received dictionaries from Verizon.
William Fleming Students Invited to NAACP Luncheon
William Fleming students invited to the Roanoke NAACP luncheon to meet guest speaker National Black Farmers Association CEO, Dr. John Boyd.
RCPS Students Perform in Nutcracker
Some RCPS students who are part of the Southwest Virginia Ballet will be performing in the Nutcracker December 10-11. For showtimes click here
Photo courtesy: Don Petersen
Crystal Spring Raises More than 2-thousand in Turkey Bowl
The 5th annual Turkey Bowl Hosted by Crystal Spring Elementary raised nearly $2,500 for the Rescue Mission.
Roanoke City Schools Participate in Fire Prevention Art Contest
Round Hill Elementary School's Fire Prevention Art Contest Winner, Julissa Ramirez Lopez, tied for first place in the Kindergarten-Second Grade category for Roanoke City Schools. Way to go!
Preston Park Elementary Hosts Student Council Inauguration
Members of Preston Park Elementary's new Student Council were inducted into office with the help of Roanoke City Councilwoman Anita Price, the superintendent and school board members.
Crystal Spring Elementary Turkey Bowl
Crystal Spring Hosts 5th Annual Turkey Bowl to Benefit Rescue Mission. Go to the RCPS facebook page for more pics. www.facebook.com/#!/RoanokeCityPublicSchools
Wasena Receives Exxon Math & Science Grant
Jeff Brewer of Stop-In Food Stores presents Wasena Elementary Principal Babette Cribbs with a $500 check from Exxon Mobil's "Filling Up Youthful Minds" program. The school plans to use the grant for its science classes.
Virginia Heights and Appalachian Power Unite for "Read to Me Day"
Appalachian Power employee Jim Hines reads "How Ben Franklin Stole the Lightning" to second-graders at Virginia Heights Elementary as part of their recent "Read to Me Day."
Lincoln Terrace Elementary Hosts "Invite a Veteran to Lunch Week"
Lincoln Terrace Elementary School honored veterans in its community last week by inviting them to lunch. Each veteran was recognized with a certificate thanking them for their service.
Local knitters make more than 300 sweaters for Hurt Park students
A local group of knitting enthusiasts known as "Sweaters for Children" donated hundreds of hand-knit and crocheted sweaters, hats, and scarves for Hurt Park Elementary students Thursday.
Fishburn Park Raises Money for American Cancer Society
The faculty and staff at Fishburn Park Elementary School raised over $300 for the American Cancer Society of Roanoke during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.
Crystal Spring Receives Exxon Mobil Math & Science Grant
Thomas Bass of APB/Whiting Oil Co. presents Crystal Spring Elementary Principal Kathy Tate with a $500 grant provided by Exxon Mobil's Educational Alliance Program.
Foundation for Roanoke Valley Donates to Boys & Girls Clubs
Roanoke Academy students accepted a $25,000 check from the Foundation for Roanoke Valley on behalf of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Virginia on November 1.
Highland Park Elementary Hosts Red Cross Blood Drive
Roanoke City School Board member Dick Willis participated in the American Red Cross Blood Drive at Highland Park Elementary School on October 31.
Virginia Heights Teacher Wins 2011 Job Turner Award
Virginia Heights Elementary teacher Tracey Nielsen was selected as the 2011 recipient of the Job Turner Award for excellence in teaching children who are deaf and hard of hearing.
TMEIC Recognized at School Board Meeting
TMEIC CEO Dale Guidry was recognized at a school board meeting for the company’s volunteer involvement at Hurt Park Elementary. TMEIC also has made donations to help buy computers and iPads for Hurt Park’s reading program.
Hurt Park International Bike/Walk to School Day
Hurt Park Elementary students celebrated International Bike/Walk to School Day with a special ceremony. The students learned about bike safety and active lifestyles.
What It Takes to Graduate
Click HERE to view the "What It Takes... to Graduate" video with Blue Ridge PBS.
Woodrow Strings Instructor Headlines at Civic Center
Woodrow Middle Strings Instructor Jeff Midkff performs with the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra at the Roanoke Civic Center on Monday, October 3rd. There is a 20% discount on tickets for RCPS teachers and faculty. Call 540-343-9127 for ticket informaiton.
PH Student's Team Brings Home Third Place in World Competition
Patrick Henry Student Niemann Pest and his team finished third place in the International Formula One competition. The USA team, which included Pest and three other students from Florida traveled to Malaysia to compete against 24 other teams. Pest and his "Unitis Racing" team won the world title last year.
Blessing of the Schools
RAMS Boys and Girls Club praise dancers perform at the third annual Blessing of the Schools event held at Patrick Henry high school. The event is organized by Congregations In Action (CIA).
5-5-5 Program Expands to Taubman
The "5-5-5"Career and Technical Education summer program which exposes 5th graders to 5 careers in 5 days expanded this year to include a field trip to the Taubman Museum of Art.
Fishburn Park Elementary
Fishburn Park Elementary hosted a garden and vegetable sale at the school. Students and faculty raised money for the Environmental Focus program by selling the crops and plants they raised during the school year.
2011 Graduation Highlights
A sea of blue at the Roanoke Civic Center during the William Fleming class of 2011 graduation ceremony.
Summer Reading Camp
Thanks to the city's meals tax, RCPS students have had the opportunity to attend a creative summer reading camp at Highland Park Elementary. The six week program is for kdg through 2nd grade students and features international reading themes each week.
Summer Art Camp at Taubman Museum of Art
RCPS students stretch their imagination and expand their art skills at the Taubman. This is the first year RCPS collaborated with the museum to expose students to the art and artists featured in the galleries.
Anti-Bullying Poster Contest Winners
The 1st place elementary and secondary winners of the RCPS division-wide anti-bullying poster contest were recognized recently by the Mayor and city council.
2011 RCPS Graduates
The 2011 Patrick Henry and William Fleming senior class graduated on Friday, June 10, 2011. Both graduation ceremonies were held in the Roanoke Civic Center. Stay tuned for more pics from this year's class.
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Investiture Ceremony for School Board Members
An Investiture Ceremony was held for re-appointed board members. RCPS School Board member Lori Vaught takes the oath of office.
Kids in the Kitchen at Garden City Elementary
Garden City Elementary invited parents to participate in a Kids in the Kitchen session by the Junior League of Roanoke Valley during their family Literacy Night. Students and parents learned about healthy snack options and how to make them.
Fishburn Family Fun Day
Parents, students and teachers enjoyed Fishburn Park Elementary's Family Fun Day! The weekend event featured fresh herbs from Fishburn's garden, food, games and much more!
Addison Bicycle Give-Away
Some Addison Middle School students received an end of the year treat-new bicycles! Addison started the bicycle incentive program a few years ago to motivate students before the SOL tests.
RCPS Girls Basketball Players Prepare to go on College Tour
On June 10, forty middle and high school girls basketball players from Fleming, Patrick Henry, Addison,Breckinridge,Jackson,Madison and Woodrow will board a bus to tour six colleges. The players will then attend a basketball camp at Grace College in Indiana.
NFL Player Visits Lincoln Terrace Elementary
Cleveland Browns football player, John St. Clair visits Lincoln Terrace Elementary students to help motivate them to do well on SOL tests. St. Clair has a sister who teaches at Lincoln Terrace Elementary.
May College-Readiness Workshops
Workshops are available for 7th & 8th grade parents and students. Click HERE for more details.
Fishburn Park Teacher Named 2011 RCPS Teacher of the Year
Fishburn Park Elementary special education teacher, Jean Hitchins is the 2011 RCPS Teacher of the Year. Click Here for more details.
TRANE Donates Dogwood Tree to Fishburn
TRANE recently donated a Dogwood tree to Fishburn Park Elementary Focus School for Environmental Science during their Earth Week Celebration.
Breckinridge Teacher Wins Sons of American Revolution Award
Breckinridge Middle School History Teacher, Stephanie Doyle was recently awarded the Sons of American Revolution "Teacher of the Year" medal.
Crystal Spring Teacher Wins "Super Teacher" Award
Crystal Spring elementary teacher Wade Whitehead won the Virginia Lottery "Super Teacher" award. Whitehead received a $2,000 cash prize and an additional $2,000 classroom credit.
Fishburn Student Wins Elementary Spelling Bee
Fishburn Elementary student David Nguyen, a third grader, won first place in the division-wide elementary spelling bee competition.
Fairview Celebrates Earth Day
Fairview Elementary students celebrate Earth Day with various class presentations.
RAMS Student's Artwork on City Billboard
RAMS student Imani Mcneal was recently recognized for winning first place in the city-wide Fair Housing poster contest along with a second-place winner from Grandin Court Elementary. Mcneal's artwork will be displayed on every city bus and on a Melrose Avenue billboard during the month of April.
2011-2012 School Year Starts Before Labor Day
The first day of school is August 29, 2011 and the last day of school is on June 5, 2012. Click here to download the 2011-2012 calendar.
Patrick Henry Students Perform Grease
Patrick Henry Theatre students perform "Grease"! Come and see a fun musical about teens in love in the 50's! Patrick Henry theatre-April 8, 9, 15, & 16 at 7:30 p.m. Click for trailer .
Tickets $10/Adults, $5/Students
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