RSE Newsletter

January 13, 2023

Happy New Year from the RSE Staff!!

Just a few reminders about transportation...

As you may have noticed, we have started construction of the new Extended Learning Center on the south side of the building. This will cause the pick up/drop off route to change for a short time. Please refer to the link below to see the temporary route.

Parents: Any changes in your student's transportation must be communicated to the elementary front office by 2 pm that day. This provides the staff with enough time to communicate the changes to all parties involved. Please call the elementary office at 765-874-1141, or email Amy at Thank you for your cooperation.

Simple Ways to Make Family Time More Meaningful

Healthier Generation and Kohl's Healthy at Home are excited to launch a series of 10-minute, interactive virtual learning opportunities to share with your students' families.

The new series, Focusing on Family Connection, covers topics such as, making the most of family time, ways to stay active together, fostering social-emotional skills, and more. Check out and share the first topic, Quality Time in No Time: Quick and Simple Ways to Make Family Time More Meaningful.

5th Grade Chromebook Updates!

A Note From Kyler Bragg...

Friday, January 13, 2023 we are going to begin passing out the new Chromebooks. I want to clearly express what we expect out of the students in regards to these Chromebooks as they are quite a bit more expensive than our past Chromebooks (these are touchscreen as well). The grades who are getting these Chromebooks are 5th, 8th, 9th, and 10th.

These Chromebooks technically have 2 cases. One hard-shell, and one zip up case. These Chromebooks are NEVER to be out of either of these cases. Considering we had to buy a slightly larger zip up case for the students to accommodate for the hard-shell case as well, the Chromebooks don't fit perfectly in these cases. This may cause the kids to want to take them out of the zip up cases entirely, but again, they are to never be out of either of their cases.

Also, there is to be nothing else in these cases other than their Chromebooks. No papers, pencils, books, etc. We have been fairly lenient when it comes to this in the past, but with these new Chromebooks, we need to be much more strict to minimize damages as repairs are considerably more expensive. I hope you all can help me in making sure that the students are taking care of these new devices.

If students are mistreating these Chromebooks they will simply be given back their old Chromebook and no longer be allowed to use the new ones.

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you!

Kyler Bragg - Technology Director

Hot Spots

We have recently updated our hot spots. If you are currently using one of the school issued hot spots and have not had yours replaced, please send it to school with your student so it can be replaced.

PTO Candy Bar Fundraiser

The annual PTO candy bar fundraiser will be February 23 - 28th. Watch for permission slips to be sent home on February 3rd and they will need to be returned by February 10th. Candy bars will not be sent home if permission slips are note returned. Watch for further information about prizes and awards!

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1/16 - MLK Holiday No School

1/17 - Boys Basketball Game Vs. Union Co. (6pm)

1/18 - School Spelling Bee (1pm)

1/18- Girls Basketball Game Vs. Union City (5pm)

1/19 - Kindergarten Field Trip

1/20 - Homecoming Pep Session (2PM)

1/21 - 1/22 - Annual Lions Club Toy Show

1/23 - 1/27 - Book Fair

1/25 - Girls Basketball Game Vs. Driver (5pm)

1/26 - Boys Basketball Game Vs. Union City (5pm)

2/8 - ELearning Day