June Newsletter

Rolland-Warner 6/7 Campus

Stevens Scribbles

The last year and a half have been difficult for everyone, whether dealing with illnesses, quarantines, remote learning, masks, or frankly the ever-changing rules that we live by for everyday life. I would like to personally thank the students, school staff, and parents for everyone's understanding, compassion, and flexibility as we worked through living and schooling during the pandemic.

With that said, we are two weeks to the end of the year and I have included the Exam Schedule for the second week of June below. Be sure to check PowerSchool often as all late/missing assignments must be turned in by June 4th.

I wish everyone a safe and healthy summer vacation.


Did You Know...

How we offer support for our student's mental health?

We not only have our two school counselors that are available to meet with students for academic or social needs, but have an extra counselor from the ISD that is available for students to meet with if they have an emergency need or weekly if they have a filled out permission slip.

Our building is also lucky to have a Social Worker to assist with restorative practices and other social/emotional needs.

RW includes a citizenship mark each semester on report card?

This citizenship mark comes from citizenship standards that include behavior, participation in education, tardies, etc. This is different from academic ability or actual grades earned. Each semester PBIS incentives include a reward for obtaining Outstanding Citizenship and for the end of the year an outside ice cream social for all Satisfactory and/or Outstanding Citizenship marks.

LCS offers a low cost sports physicals night?

Click the button below for more information:

Chromebook Collection June 4th or 7th

All students will be required to turn in the Chromebook checked out to them on June 4th or 7th. They will still be able to use Chromebooks at the building but not take them home.

Please send all chargers with the Chromebook.

Exams June 9th-11th

Rolland-Warner will be aligning with LHS and Zemmer for end-of-the-year exams on June 9th (full day), June 10th (early release), and June 11th (early release). Because of this, zero hour will be canceled on these days to accommodate a very difficult bus schedule. Zero-Hour Students who take the bus will use the same bus schedule as for the January exams and ride with all other RW Students. Please see the Exam Schedule below.
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Summer Opportunities

LCS is running several summer opportunities for students in grades K-12, specific information is found below by current grade level.

K-6 students please see the information about Summer Camps held @ Rolland-Warner

7-12 students -

High School (Grades 9-12) July 6 – July 30, 2021 @ Lapeer High School

Middle School (Grades 7-8) July 12 – July 23, 2021 @ Lapeer High School

A link for more information and to register will be sent out this week.

Vaccinations required for 7th Grade

Please contact your child's pediatrician or the local health department at (810) 667-0448 to schedule your child's appointment for the required vaccinations now as many have long waits due to the pandemic. See below for a graphic showing which vaccinations are required and you may contact the health department, your pediatrician, or MCIR to obtain a copy of current vaccinations.
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RW Counselor's Corner

Counselors are super busy right now scheduling for next year, M-Step testing, 5th-grade tours, and end of the year preparation. Should you have any questions about the above reach out to the counselors and they can assist!

Reach out for academic or social needs to our counselors! They can steer you in the correct direction!

Our counselors are Mrs. Price, who works with students with last names A-K, and Mrs. Crespo who will be working with students with the last name L-Z. They can be reached at:

Mrs. Price 810-538-2339 or cprice@lapeerschools.org

Mrs. Crespo 810-538-2338 or jcrespo@lapeerschools.org

Next year, we will continue to have a therapist from the Lapeer County Intermediate School District, who can meet with students throughout the week for social needs, however, the ISD does require a permission slip. Please have this slip filled out and return the first week of school so we can be up and running!

Food Service TidBits

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Summer Meals

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COVID-19 Information

Student Daily Self-Screening

PLEASE be aware that you must self-screen students daily prior to sending to school.

Should the student exhibit any of the COVID-19 symptoms while at the school they will be isolated and parents must come pick up the student and follow the procedures laid out in the LCS COVID-19 Preparedness & Response Student Procedures.

A free app is available for any Michigan Resident to self-screen at https://misymptomapp.state.mi.us/


Utilize the LCS COVID-19 Parent Screening Tool below:

District Wide Procedures for Sick Students

The district has a detailed process and form for any student that reports they have ANY of the symptoms associated with COVID-19. These symptoms include but are not limited to sore throat, headache, nausea, stomach ache, coughing, difficulty breathing, etc.

Students are required to be picked up immediately and the office staff must fill out a form that is sent to the Superintendent's Office. You will receive a letter from the Superintendent's Office in collaboration with the Health Department detailing the next steps.

We understand the challenges that this may pose for parents, however, this is necessary to keep our students and staff safe and to mitigate the possible spread of COVID-19. Please ensure that your emergency contacts are up-to-date and carefully screen your students prior to sending to school to help us reduce the spread and lessen the chance that you will need to be called possibly leaving work to drive to pick up your child!

Our Mental and Emotional Health

Struggles are natural and can certainly be amplified during not only the holidays, but throw in a pandemic as well! How we work through these struggles is the important part.

You can find many resources on the Lapeer Community Mental Health page that can assist you or a loved one.

RW Happenings

Hat Days

Students can support their favorite subjects here at school and wear a hat on their day! Watch for your teachers in that subject wearing their favorite hats on the subject's days!

  • Monday, May 10th - Math
  • Tuesday, May 18th - Science
  • Wednesday, May 26th - Social Studies
  • Thursday, June 3rd - ELA
  • Friday, June 11th - Electives/Support Staff

Washington DC Trip

There are still boxes of candy bars available to sell on a first-come first-serve basis. The cost of each box is $63.00. Students earn $30.00 per box sold towards their D.C. trip. Boxes can be obtained by bringing in the pre-paid amount to the office.


Parents, the 20-21 yearbook, will be arriving near the end of May. If you purchased one your child will receive that the first week of June. There will be a certain number of yearbooks available for purchase at $40.00 cost. If you would like to purchase one, cash or checks (made payable to LCS) are acceptable and can be given to the office when they come in. Further information as to the date they are available will be forthcoming. - Mr. Lothrop, Yearbook Editor

RW Athletics

Fall Sports sign ups are available in the main office:

  • 7th Football
  • 7th Sideline Cheer
  • 7th Girls Basketball
  • 6th/7th Cross Country

All students are required to have a valid physical on file (dated on or after April 15th, 2021) for the 2021-2022 school year. Forms are available in the main office.

Lapeer Community Schools Physical Night is Tuesday, June 8th from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. at Lapeer High School. Cost is $15. This is open to all grade levels. More information at the link below:

PAC Meetings

The final PAC meetings for the 20/21 school year has been rescheduled for June 4 at 9:30 am-10:30 am via Zoom.

New Zoom Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88995932432

Mark Your Calendars!

June 4th - PAC Meeting

June 8th - 6th & 7th Band Concert

June 8th - LCS Sports Physical Night 5-7PM

June 9-11th - Exams (See Schedule)

Title 1/31a Happenings

Professional Development for teachers and staff is based on needs that are identified using student and building data. It is aligned to meet the Michigan Integrated Continuous Improvement Process (MICIP) plan that the district has developed.

PD is provided to teachers at the district level and building level. To determine what PD is provided at the district level, a team of stakeholders (teachers, principals, and central office administrators) meet annually to look at data for the district and gather input on what kind of PD will best support the MICIP goals that have been determined for submission to the State.

In addition to the district level PD, buildings use their data to determine the focus for monthly PDs that align to the district MICIP goal and the Board Goals.

Interested in Employment with LCS?

The District is currently hiring for multiple vacancies in our support staff unit. We offer competitive wages, flexible schedules, reduced rates for employee childcare, free admission to athletic events and more! We are currently looking to fill full and part-time vacancies in the following areas:

  • Bus Drivers
  • Custodians
  • Food Service
  • Paraprofessionals
  • Substitutes in all areas

Please click the link to see all our openings and start the application process. If you wish to learn more about the available positions or how to apply, please call the LCS Human Resource office at (810) 538-1609.


Rolland-Warner Contact Information

Rolland-Warner 6/7 Campus services about 600 sixth and seventh grade students with a year-round program and traditional program. Students have the option of Project Lead The Way (PLTW) and many other programming options and extracurriculars such as clubs and sports.

Wyatt Stevens, Principal

Rich Cross, Associate Principal/Athletics

Kent Meister, Dean of Students

Renee Shrontz, Head Secretary