The Dolphin Splash

February 27, 2020

Looking Ahead

Friday, February 28
  • Jump Rope for Heart during Related Arts (wear outside appropriate attire)
  • Covey Clubs


March 2 - March 6


Thursday, March 5

  • STEAM-M Parent Night, 6:30 - 7:30 pm


Friday, March 13

  • No School, Student / Teacher Holiday

STEAM-M Parent Night

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Child Development Registration

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Ridge View High Step Show

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Career Corner

Career Awareness should start in elementary school.

Career Exploration should begin in middle school. It should be a continual process throughout your child's middle and high school years.

Career Development is a life-long process and your child's plans will probably change as they gather more information. Exploring careers does not mean that decisions have to be made and set in stone. It does mean that as your child makes decisions about their career direction, those decisions will be based on concrete realistic information.


The number one reason students drop out of college is a lack of career focus. Also, the more undecided a college student is, the more likely they will need to spend extra money and years in college or tech school earning a degree.


Here are some websites that you can look at:

www.knowitall.org www.engineergirl.org www.drkit.org www.mynextmove.org www.careertech.org www.mychildsfuture.org www.bls.gov www.careeronestop.org www.sciencebuddies.org www.mebasc.com


Let me know if you have any questions or need assistance.

Kimberly Huntley, GCDF

District Career Specialist

khuntley@richland2.org

RCE Celebrates Black History Month

Students learned about African-American history daily on our Dolphin Update News Show. We highlighted inventors that have contributed to our modern society - Garrett Morgan, Lewis Latimer, Lonnie Johnson, Patricia Bath, Lisa Gelobter, Madam C.J. Walker, and more!


RCE invited the Westwood High School Dancers over to showcase West African Dancing.


RCE also hosted Living Rhythms - a drumming group that highlighted African music, rhythms, dance, and culture.

Around the Creek

Rice Creek Elementary

Rice Creek Elementary strives to be the premier elementary school - a learning and working environment where all partners are committed to creating, sustaining, and investing in a culture and environment of excellence and where all are afforded the opportunity to maximize their gifts and talents as they pursue their pathways to purpose.