A Message from Ms. Lilly

RNE Newsletter October 12th, 2017

The Principal's Office

Dear RNE Family,

I hope you enjoyed the long weekend! This week has been filled with lots of visits to classrooms. It is hard to believe we have completed our first quarter of the 2017-18 school year! Our students are up to the challenges set forth by their teachers. We were fortunate to have a visit from the Northwest Learning Community Program Specialists yesterday. They were able to visit 20 classrooms to see all the amazing levels of learning occurring! I am happy to report they were very impressed with the learning and teaching occurring in the classrooms! I have a special celebration planned for our awesome staff next Tuesday during our faculty meeting! I can't wait to celebrate this staff!

Tuesday evening our PTA was recognized at the school board meeting. The PTA received two awards- Model PTA and National School of Excellence. These are highly prestigious awards and we are so grateful for the work they do for us. Our PTA continues to ensure the needs of the community and students are met! We couldn't provide such quality field trips and community events without them. Our PTA rocks!!!!

I hope to see many of you at our youth day parade!

Take time to enjoy the upcoming weekend!




Tomorrow (10/13), is Spirit Wear Friday. All students should wear their RNE spirit wear or something green to show their RNE spirit!

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Thank you O'Neill Landscape Group!

Thank you to O'Neill Landscape Group for donating a significant amount of time, materials, and design plans to beautify our school. We appreciate your generosity to our school over the last two years! www.oneilllandscapes.com


Girl Scout Brownie Troop 15373 is collecting coats again this year for North Fulton Community Charities' Warm Coat Drive. This is a great time to clean out your coat closet! Please have your child bring gently used coats and jackets to the lobby of RNE next Monday October 16th through Friday October 20th before school. Label items with a piece of masking tape with your child’s teacher and grade written on it. The class that collects the most coats/jackets will win a prize.

All sizes are needed from infant to adults, as well as gloves, mittens, scarves, and hats. Items stay in our area and are distributed to families in need on NFCC's Warm Coat Day — please help us keep North Fulton families warm this winter. Contact Judith Milburn at jrsmilburn6@bellsouth.net with any questions. THANK YOU for your help!


Join us this Saturday (Oct. 14th) to walk behind the Roswell North Youth Day parade float! Students need to be able to walk 2 miles and will need to have an adult chaperone.

Please come to the float on Mimosa Blvd in front of First Baptist Church of Roswell no later than 9:30am, come dressed in your Roswell North spirit wear and please bring a bag of individually wrapped candies (no toys or unwrapped candy please).

We will have fun dress up items for the kids to wear to be extra festive (first come first serve).

Student attendees will receive a homework pass at the end of the parade (route will end at the school so plan travel accordingly)

Hope everyone can make it!!


If you submitted a paper order form for the PTA Fundraiser, those items will be available for pick-up this Thursday, 10/12, from 2pm-6pm and Friday, 10/13 from 7:10am-6pm. All cookie dough orders must be picked up no later than this Friday! Please follow signs in the school for the pickup location.

Book Fair Volunteers Needed

Volunteer Opportunities for the RNE Book Fair

October 17-20 set-up and preview days

October 23-26 Book Fair

October 27 take down

Please make sure that you have completed the required Fulton County volunteer process.


Pumpkin Decorating Contest

Thank you to everyone who participated! We had over 100 entries! Winners will be announced Tuesday October 17. Good Luck!

BOOK FAIR October 23-26

Our Scholastic Book Fair is a reading event that provides the books kids want to read. It's a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level.
Reading for pleasure inside and outside of school has real and long-lasting benefits. It unlocks the power of information and imagination and helps children discover who they are. Please make plans to come to our Book Fair and be involved in shaping your child's reading habits.
Remember, all purchases benefit our school. See you at the Book Fair!

Shop Online

Support our school by shopping online!

  • Order books for all ages and grades
  • Enjoy a larger, expanded selection
  • Grow our library - shop our school wish list
  • Support your teachers' classroom wish lists
  • Share your wish list with family and friends
  • Access all hours from your home or device

Check next weeks newsletter for the link!

Harvest Festival Sunday November 5, 2017

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