Spring Picture Day will be Thursday March 28, 2019!
Look in your C.C. Ring Roadrunners backpack for more details!
We will be encouraging good habits and giving back during the month of March!
At C.C. Ring we know how critical being present daily is for students to achieve their goals. Supporting families in creating these good habits is very important to us. We also know how much children need to feel like a helpful, contributing part of a community. This attendance challenge offers both!
1. Power in Presence. Each student will earn one penny daily for being in attendance.
2. Power in Teamwork. Classes will collect all students' pennies.
3. Power in Community. A school-wide donation will be made to the United Way.
Click on the link to access the flyer in both English and Spanish!
Help our school by collecting box tops to support our PTA! Our Ring PTA is does amazing work supporting our students! They sponsor events, provide supplies to students and teachers, and help fund field trips! They collect box tops from participating brands and several times a year they can send them in for a monetary donation to the PTA. Don't have a current C.C. Ring student to send box tops with? We would love to have you still donate to our box top drive! Stop on by and drop some off to the collection box located in the office. It truly takes a village to help make C.C. Ring Elementary School such an awesome place to learn and grow!
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The student found out about four generations during Library time with Becky Luhman.
Eight St. Bona School of Adolescence Education students working with JHS teachers.
5th graders are reading "The Most Beautiful Roof in the World" in ELA.
JHS students benefit from Tech Academy courses like Manufacturing & Information Technology and Digital Electronics.
RTPI President Twan Leenders shows 5th graders the rainforest as part of ELA unit.
Providing 70 community mentors for students - consider volunteering your time as a mentor!