Barnes and Noble Book Fair supports building a better library collection of new books for Freedom Park Students. We will receive 30 percent of the profits raised by the community. Please print a flyer or have this code on your phone when you purchase your children's summer reading books at Barnes and Noble in Augusta Mall on May 13-15. Military discounts are available this weekend! FPS students will have a Talent Show and a Principal read aloud on the Barnes and Noble Children's stage on Saturday May 14th at 1:00pm.
Students of Military Families living off base, and DOD Civilians working on Fort Gordon, whose children currently attend, or live in the attendance zone for, the Richmond County School System are now eligible to apply to attend Freedom Park K-8 School, conveniently located by Gate 5 on Fort Gordon!
Applications for Freedom Park K-8 School Available Now!
For more information, or to fill out an application, please visit www.rcboe.org and click on the “Parents” tab, or call us at (706)826-1125.
Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow
Building a world-class school system through education, collaboration, and innovation.
Applications must be submitted by Tuesday, April 12, 2016
To fill out an application, click here!
May 10, 2016
All RCSS Elementary Schools (except C.T. Walker)
Time: 9:00a.m. – 2:00p.m.
Kindergarten Round-up offers Kindergarten students and their parents a peek inside the school and is the official enrollment day for incoming Kindergarteners. Schools will have an opportunity to pre-assess student readiness as a planning tool for the new class. We want to make this is fun and engaging experience for these new students.
Kindergarten Round Up will be held at each zoned elementary school on Tuesday, May 10, 2016. Each site will receive two posters and a box of flyers. All registration will be completed online at www.rcboe.org through Infinite Campus (IC) May 2 -10, 2016 for parents’ convenience.
Please ensure the following is done at your school in preparation for the event:
* Advertise via school website, newsletter and flyers
* Send flyer (provided) home with every Pre-K student
* Display posters (provided) in front office and one in the community (Dollar General, grocery store, etc.) Please have parent facilitator or other person to take into the community.
* Ensure that current in-zone Pre-K student’s parents register on infinite campus. Their current registration information will pre-populate but it will allow them to complete other the entire online registration process.
* Have computers available to parents in the office, guidance or media center and provide support if needed.
* Place flyers on the front office counter and in the parent center for parents and other guest coming through the office.
* Assess each student using the district assessment (provided).
* Be prepared to send in assessment data following May 10 as requested.
Note: Every child must have proof of age, residency, current immunization and a social security card to register. These documents may be uploaded into IC or brought to the school on Tuesday May, 10, 2016 to be uploaded. Should you have concerns or questions, please call (706) 826 – 1266 or email. Thanks for all you do for RCSS Pre-K.
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2nd Grade Science Fair Winners
1st Place – Don Mercer (Ms. Francis’ Class)
2nd Place – Frederick Brinson (Ms. Francis’ Class)
3rd Place – Kayden Casey (Ms. Francis’ Class)
Honorable Mention – Zy’Asia Durant (Ms. Francis’ Class)
3rd Grade Science Fair Winners
1st Place – Scott Swanson (Ms. Tobias’ Class)
2nd Place – Lindsey Henry (Ms. Tobias’ Class)
3rd Place – Anastasia Green (Ms. Colbert’s Class) AND D’Angelo House (Ms. Colbert’s Class)
Honorable Mention - Bobby Lovello (Ms. Carpenter’s Class) AND Carlos Smith (Ms. Williams’ Class)
4th Grade Science Fair Winners
1st Place – Brandon Keels (Mrs. Owens’ Class) AND Carmen Williams (Ms. Cincoski’s Class)
2nd Place – Micah Harris-Adams (Ms. Owens’ Class)
3rd Place – Sanaa Richardson (Ms. Owens’ Class) AND Electra White (Ms. Cincoski’s Class)
Honorable Mention – Shalyn Braxton (Ms. Cincoski’s Class)
5th Grade Science Fair Winners
1st Place – David Wirth (Ms. Nance’s Class)
2nd Place – Zoey Wagner (Ms. Portis’ Class)
3rd Place – ShaMiracle Thomas (Ms. Portis’ Class)
Honorable Mention - Malcolm Hamilton (Ms. Nance’s Class) AND Zoey Suire (Ms. Portis’ Class)
6th Grade Science Fair Winners
1st Place – Collin Nielson
2nd Place – Haley Montgomery
3rd Place – Zeplyn Kelley AND Christopher Hart
Honorable Mention – Yamari King AND Rowan Drake
1st Taylor Keels
2nd Hayley Herman
3rd Logan Patitucci
Honorable Mention – Elana Laurenzana- Brown
1st Isaiah Parsons
2nd James Odenweller
3rd James Prasse
Honorable Mention – Brianna Robinson
Please donate to help our students and teachers with technology integration with tablets for the Freedom Park Library to succeed.
Our Middle School Math Competition Winners!
Honors Night at Chick Fil A!
Our First Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl, we
Tied for 10th Place, Yay!
Akelah Bell Won First Place in the Free Throw Competition for the District!
Celebrating Black History Month with our favorite Ms. Coleman, talking about her suffering from childhood.
Our Spelling Bee Champions, Gabrielle Copper and Michael Williams for Middle School, Kahlil Beckles and Patricia Dao for Elementary!
Our Student Council Received Many Awards at the District!
1. Outstanding Community Service Project - Outreach (Thank you Veterans) Runner up
2. Outstanding Community Service Project - Fundraising (GRU Cancer Center) 1st Place
3. Outstanding School Service Project (Lend a Hand) 1st Place
4. Outstanding School Spirit and Price Project (Purple up day) 1st place
5. Outstanding Citizenship/Patriotism Project (VA collection) 1st place
6. Outstanding Fundraising Project (Jeans Everywhere) 1st place
Dr. Jordan, Student Council Advisor, won the GASC Marriott-Hexamer Middle School Advisor of the Year Award.