RCSA Monthly Bulletin
Coping with Change
Concern over coronavirus can make children and families anxious. Helping children cope with anxiety requires providing accurate prevention information and facts without causing undue alarm. Here are some helpful resources to help with coping from RCSA Mandarin's School Counselor, Ms. Schrank.
SLA Management, our school cafeteria service team, is providing a Curbside Meal Pick-Up program to offer students access to meals even when they are learning remotely. Pick up is between 9:00-10:00 On Mondays and Thursdays. To serve our school community best, they are asking all families to fill out a short survey. The survey answers will help them gauge how many meals to prepare. Your answers will not commit you to a choice if you choose to participate or stop participating at any time.Survey: https://lisa3.slamgmt.com/Parents/VirtualLearning
Class of 2020 Graduation
We had the honor of celebrating our Class of 2020 Graduates with many small, socially distant ceremonies. It wasn't the ceremony we expected but it was an amazing day full of joy and celebration for an incredible group of students.
Watch the full video here: https://youtu.be/UPwRhpEhGkQ
The RCSA Elementary team put together a great video to show students to explain our new safety expectations. Watch their video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OC5za1Zsjpo&feature=youtu.be
Our Public Relations team is conducting a short survey to help us better understand our families. When you are able to, please take about 5 minutes to complete the short survey linked below. All questions are completely optional.Click here to access the survey.
...And we're off!
We are proud to be an Emerging State School of Character by Character.org and are working towards earning our State School of Character Certification. Implementing a strong character education program is an important part of K – 12 education and is very important to us at RCSA. Each month, students across all grades and campuses will be learning about the same character trait of the month. This means that they can share and discuss with their friends and siblings who may not be in the same grade as them. We encourage families at home to discuss the character traits and further explore them with your students! Character traits for the month of August are Responsibility and Respect.
Thank you teachers
We want to take the time to thank our amazing teachers for their work this year. It is a hard time for many of us right now and they are truly all heroes. We will all pass these challenges together and we are so thankful to have an amazing group of teachers here to support our students.