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Fall Fest announced at R-VI meeting

Posted on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 2:15 pm

Community R-VI Elementary Principal Tammy Angel and Jr./Sr. High School Principal Bob Curtis.

Community R-VI Elementary Principal Tammy Angel and Jr./Sr. High School Principal Bob Curtis.

Community R-VI Middle/High School Principal Bob Curtis announced an upcoming Fall Fan Fest for the district during the Community R-VI School Board meeting held Wednesday, October 15.
Principal Curtis shared that this year there is going to be a Fall Fan Fest on Wednesday, November 5. This will be a night of family fun with a free carnival for the kids 5th grade and younger.
He also presented attendance data and noted that there was a Bullying Assembly held on October 6 by the school SRO, Jeff Scrogin.
Principal Curtis also mentioned that Red Ribbon week will be October 24-31. The theme this year is “Drug Free is the Healthy Choice for Me.”
Elementary Principal Tammy Angel presented attendance data.
She also shared how the teachers were sharing MAP testing data with the Elementary parents. She shared that the entire Elementary school is going have matching super hero T-shirts stating “Learning is our Super Power.” These shirts were offered at a price of $3, which PTO contributed to.
According to meeting minutes, Community R-VI Superintendent Cheryl Mack presented the transportation report and the October Ridership. Superintendent Mack presented the results from the M.U.S.I.C. inspection. She stated that in the future there will be Student Objective Learning training. This program measures student growth. Superintendent Mack also shared the OPAA! Food Service Management, Inc. report.
Miscellaneous
The board voted to approve the agenda, consent items, and the October 2014 bills.
Brandon Westlake gave an update on test data. He commented American History scores were up. New additions to the substitute list include Haley Fecht, Tessa Ham, and Sydney Kaiser. A public meeting has been set for November 19 at 6 p.m. to discuss a four day school week.

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