Info from SC's first Expeditionary Learning (EL) High School
Gator Bites - Week of December 8, 2014
We are CREW!
River Bluff High School's Leadership Team.
Student Council and River Bluff's theme for this year.
Best Student Section in the State
So Proud of the RBHS Students Section at the RBHS vs. LHS Football Game. #USWERB
A Look Back and Ahead at Professional Learning at RBHS
Week 16 - Professional Learning begins again in January 2015
Gators of the Week - Work hard. Get smart. Do good.
Gators of the Week: Virtual Enterprise Students Win in Trade Show
Out of nearly 100 booths and over 500 students we are happy to report that we once again represented well.
1st Place - Best Booth - this includes booth design/appearance, flyers, brochures, etc. to make the entire "story" come together, $79,000 in sales in 3 1/2 hours
Please congratulate the following students for a job well done!
Christina Bradshaw, CEO
Ebony Romero, VP Marketing
Taylor Cottrell, VP Operations
Morgan Boozer, Sales manager
Mina Brown, Inventory Specialist
Ian Campbell, VP Finance
Maddie Mason, Branch Banker
Also, Marshall Grace Fite our Public Relations manager helped design the booth.
Special thanks to the Engineering Department led by Jon Barnhart who created a cardboard picnic table for the booth.
Our leftover food from the booth, potatoes, apples, etc. was donated to our own Gators Giving Groceries program in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Gators of the Week: Beth Moore's Junior CREW Learns about Planning and Presentation
Gators of the Week: RBHS Orchestra Performs
EL Design Principle in Action
The Responsibility for Learning
Learning is both a personal process of discovery and a social activity. Everyone learns both individually and as part of a group. Every aspect of an Expeditionary Learning school encourages both children and adults to become increasingly responsible for directing their own personal and collective learning.
Seniors at Capital City Public Charter School, an EL school in Washington DC, were honored by First Lady Michelle Obama's visit to congratulate them on their college application completion and walk to the post office. Each year at Capital City, seniors match the halls and then to the post office to mail their applications to prospective colleges. Every senior submits at least one, but many submit multiple applications.
What an amazing example of learning and preparation at a sister EL school. Read the article below for more details.