Pre-K3 & Pre-K4: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Kg - 5th Grades: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
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Parents, please take the time to complete and return you student Re-Enrollment form(s) on or before Friday, March 9th . Remember you must return the form in order to secure your child’s space for the upcoming school year. This form will be available in the office and will also accompany this March Newsletter.
Students whose Re-Enrollment forms that are not received by March 9th may lose their space for next year.
Friday, March 2nd –K-5 grades will attend a Space Science presentation in the Multi-purpose Room.
Thursday, March 8th –Grades K-5 will visit the Air & Space Museum
Friday, March 9th –Pre-Primary will visit the Air & Space Museum.
Thursday, March 8th 6-8pm
Friday, March 23rd –Friday, March 30th
Where: RPCS Multipurpose Room
BIRTHDAYS OF THE MONTH
We commemorate the birthday of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing. She was born March 18, 1935 and died on Jan. 2, 2016. She was a psychiatrist in Washington, DC who devoted more than thirty years to the study of the origin and institution of racism and white supremacy.
Dr. Welsing's writings, lectures and ideas have helped many people, including scientists and scholars, understand the worldwide system of white supremacy. Dr. Welsing's scholarly works, compiled in her book; The Isis Papers are changing the course of history.
Roots graduates are doing well in their high schools, colleges, and in their careers. These are Real Facts of Admission not PARCC Predictions.
Our present day hero is Quincy Delight Jones, Jr. He was born On March 14, 1933 in Chicago, Illinois. Quincy Jones has succeeded in almost every segment of the media and entertainment industry.
In music, he has been nominated for a record 79 Grammys and has won more than any living musician (27). He has produced the best-selling album of all –time (Michael Jackson’s Thriller) & the best-selling single of all-time (We Are The World). He has produced, composed, conducted, arranged or performed on more than 400 albums.
In film, he produced The Color Purple which was nominated for 7 Oscars. He is the only African–American producer to be nominated for Best Picture.