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Our plan for this school year is to continue providing our students with a safe, secure and nurturing environment.  We are striving to provide an environment that is conducive to student achievement and growth.  We have a responsibility to furnish such an environment to the students of Ruleville Central Elementary School.

The five B’s are:

 

  • Be on time. Parents, this one needs your support.
  • Be Polite.
  • Be Prepared.
  • Be Productive.
  • Be on you BEST, BEST Behavior! 

We are excited about the possibilities of this school year and we trust that parents will continue to provide support to help us remain SUCCESSFUL in all our efforts. 

Educationally yours,

Latasha Carroll, Principal

 


Teacher of the Year

Ms. Latondra Ward has been named Teacher of the Year at Ruleville Central Elementary School for the 2019-2020 school year. Ms. Ward completed her formal education at West Tallahatchie High School in 1997.  After graduating from high school, she received her Associate of Arts Degree in Elementary Education from Northwest Mississippi Community College. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from Delta State University. Later, she received her Master of Arts Degree in Education in Curriculum and Instruction from University of Phoenix. She also received her Education Specialist Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Development from Walden University. She is a member of Mississippi Professional Educators (MPE). She is currently working on her National Board Certification. She is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.  Read more.....

 


Dr. Lutoya Earvin, School Counselor

Gratitude is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as ‘the state of being grateful, thankfulness’. Many people fail to understand how gratitude can change a life and alter one’s perception for the good. A life without gratitude is often an unhappy, unfilled life. Putting a little gratitude in your daily life is a first-step to achieving many of your hopes, your dreams, and your goals. Show Gratitude Quietly. Don’t turn gratitude into a promotional or motivational tool.

Express your thanks in quiet ways: a thought, a prayer, a one-on-one word, a note of appreciation. Give people gifts of thanks that aren’t bought at shops: a bit of your time, a sacrifice, something valuable to you. Always Replace the 3 C’s With the 3 A’s. If you work others and sometimes feel the need to use one of the 3 C’s – complaining, condemning, and criticizing – replace them with the 3 A’s of Accepting, Acknowledging, and Appreciating. Accept people for who they are; acknowledge them for what they do; and appreciate them for just being around. The thing with gratitude is that it actually helps you way more than the person you’re showing gratitude towards. When you feel thankful, grateful, and content in your own life and in your own experiences then you will find that want less. You’ll find that you’re actually more satisfied with where you are and with what you already have in life.  

Ways to Show Gratitude… Read more...  


RCES Library News!  Happy Reading! It has been an exciting month in the library. Students have learned how to tell the difference between a Fiction and Nonfiction book. Fiction books are make believe stories with talking animals and make believe characters whereas, nonfiction books are real books that provide true facts. Also, Kindergarten students were able to identify the different parts of a book such as author, illustrator, spine, front cover, back cover, and title page. Every week students come into the library to check out different kind of books that meet that their reading pleasure. As always, encourage your child to read 20 minutes daily and they will become a successful student. Thanks for your support! We are winning!

Ms. Roby, Librarian

  

  
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RCES Daily School Schedule

RCES Daily School Schedule

  • Homeroom –7:25 a.m.-7:35 a.m.
  •  Breakfast close –7:25a.m. for walkers & car riders
  • Students are tardy after 7:35a.m. If your child is tardy, you MUST  sign your child in 
  • No early pick up after 2:30p.m.!! No Exceptions! You may pick up BEFORE then but please be advised your child is missing valuable instructional time.
  • Bus students dismiss at 3:10 p.m.
  • School will dismiss at 3:08 p.m. for walkers & car riders