Congratulations To These Eagles For Earning Middle School First Quarter Honor Roll!
We are grateful for the thoughtful gifts and yummy snacks from the Texas County Missouri Retired Teachers Association.
10/26/26- Parent-Teacher Conferences from 1:00-6:00
Don't forget Boo Grams are due tomorrow!
📅 Mark your calendars: It’s Red Ribbon Week! Join us in celebrating a drug-free life, starting from October 23rd to October 31st. We will be coming together to spread awareness about drug prevention and promote a drug-free community. Let's spread the message loud and clear - say YES to a healthy future and NO to drugs! 💪🚫 #RedRibbonWeek #SayNoToDrugs
School Bus Safety: School bus safety involves a combination of responsible behavior by students, well-trained drivers, and proper vehicle maintenance. Parents, schools, and communities all play a role in ensuring the safety of students during their school bus commute. It's crucial to continually reinforce and educate students about these safety measures to minimize risks and create a secure environment.
Bus Safety Week: Here are a few tips for all students to remain safe on the bus: Tip 1: Wait your turn and use the handrail when entering and exiting the bus. Tip 2: Be respectful to your bus driver. They are responsible for your safety. Tip 3: Stay seated and facing forward while the bus is in motion. No horsing around. Tip 4: Listen to your bus driver's instructions in an emergency. Know the emergency exits. Remember, bus safety isn't just the driver's responsibility; it's everyone's duty.
Officer Art has been in the classrooms having some fun with the students. We are grateful to have him here as our SRO! Here are a few photos of Officer Art and the preschool.
The Raymondville School will be running double routes only in the afternoons of 10/16 & 10/17.
This is National Bus Safety Week! Our students rely on school buses daily to get them safely to and from school. But for this system to work, we all have a role in ensuring bus safety. Please listen to this reminder of MO Law for stopping for a school bus. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByCELO1jYJ4
It was "Knock Mr. T's Socks Off Day" Today in 3rd Grade! Mr. T went without shoes and socks for the day because his awesome third grade class "knocked his socks off" for great behavior forweek by making great choices of being respectful, responsible, and safe! We closed out the day reading one of Mr. T's, favorite books, "Smelly Socks"!
We had a fantastic time at our PAT/PK Fall into Books event yesterday! We were honored to have Louise Beasley, Director of the Texas County Library, as our guest speaker, sharing insights on the library's incredible work and activities. We also had a blast with fall crafts, fingerplays, and songs to celebrate the season. Thanks to everyone who joined us for this literary and fun-filled evening.
Raymondville School will be running double routes this afternoon and tomorrow.
Mrs. Seago's fourth grade class attended the Ag Expo at the Texas County Fairgrounds yesterday. They enjoyed learning about farm life and agriculture.
Our students were in for a treat today as Jeff Keffer, an amateur rock hunter, shared his incredible collection of fossils, rocks, and minerals with us. Jeff's passion for geology is truly contagious, and he had our students and staff captivated with his amazing finds. From ancient fossils to stunning crystals, he's a treasure trove of knowledge. Big thanks to Jeff for taking the time to educate and inspire the next generation of rock enthusiasts.
Happy National Custodian Day! Today, let's give a big shoutout to the unsung heroes who keep our spaces clean and safe. Brandon and Jennifer, you rock! Your hard work and dedication make our school a better place every day. Thank you for going above and beyond! Let's show them some love and appreciation.
Congratulations to our students who were chosen as September High Flyers Club of the month. They are: Raylynn Ramsey, Morgan Mosley, Michele Gilbert, Alexis Buchanan, Khloe Royal and Toby Smith.
Honoring Excellence: Remington Smith Receives the Fort Leonard Wood Leadership Award! We are thrilled to announce that Remington Smith has been awarded the Fort Leonard Wood Leadership Award for his loyalty to our school and community! Remington has set an exemplary standard for all of us to follow. Fort Leonard Wood Soldiers team up with surrounding schools by presenting a Leadership Award to students exemplifying one of the seven Army Values: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity and Personal Courage. Join us in celebrating this remarkable achievement and thanking Remington for his contributions to our school.
Deputy Paul Nawrath is not just our local hero in uniform; he's also a fantastic storyteller! Today, he dropped by our third-grade class to read "Duck for President” which is not just a funny farmyard tale; it's also a fantastic way to boost vocabulary. The kids were all ears, and their faces lit up with every word. Thank you, Deputy Paul, for sharing your time and imagination with our young learners and helping them learn their new vocabulary words! 📖👮♂️
See You at the Pole 2023 was an incredible experience! It was inspiring to see some of our fourth graders lead this event in prayer.