It is that time of year for you to place your order for your 2018-2019 Rumsey Station Yearbook! All sales will be handled directly through the yearbook website and delivered to your child in May. Please see dates/link below for ordering details.
The yearbook committee would also love to get copies of your photos to possibly include in the yearbook. If you took any photos at school events, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. We can't make the yearbook a success without your support.
$15 if ordered by 3/1
$20 if ordered after 3/1 and before 4/1
No orders will be accepted after 4/1 and no additional yearbooks will be available for purchase directly through the school.
If you have any questions, please email the yearbook committee at email@example.com.
Have you heard that Rumsey Station has a new Wellness Club? Select students from 1st-6th grade met with Mrs. Stock this semester to help decide what they would like to see and do in the club and now we are opening it to all students that would like to join! This club will learn how yoga, breathing exercises, and meditation can help students develop strategies for:
Students in grades K-3 will meet on the 1st Wednesday of every month. Students in grades 4-6 will meet on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. If your child would like to participate, make sure they wear comfy clothes that day that are easy to move around in. Due to winter break, our first meeting dates will be January 16th for students in grades K-3 and January 30th for students in grades 4-6. We will meet in room 103 from 3:05-3:45!
We appreciate the continued support of all our amazing dads that have signed up to be part of our Watch DOGS program at Rumsey Station. We do have some open days available if you would like to sign up. These remaining dates are open to dads that have volunteered before and for those dads that still want to do their first day. The day goes from 7:30 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. If you have any questions, please contact Mr.Kauk at firstname.lastname@example.org or give the office a call at 402-898-0475. Please use the following link to sign up via SignUp Genius. Thank you for your continued support! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0d4ea8a92ca7f94-watch1
PBiS Lesson of the Week:
Each week you will find our new lesson of the week for PBiS. We invite you to talk with your kids about what they are learning with each of these lessons.
March 25 - March 29: Assembly (review): Safe - Respect personal space, Sit body check, Be aware of your surroundings; Responisible - Focus on the speaker, Triple clap when appropriate, Follow your teachers directions; Respectful - Follow "give me five", Listen and watch, Use good audience manners, Triple clap.
Please check the newsletter weekly for dates and times of events.
Convenience – The need for sending cash or checks is eliminated. You can make payments at any time of the day or night. With the Auto Pay recurring payment option, your first transaction can be your last.
Peace of Mind – You will know that your child always has money available for meals and you can check the meal account balance online.
Account Information – In addition to checking account balances, you will also be able to go online to check what your child is spending each day and what items they are purchasing.
Faster Lunch Lines – As cash sales are eliminated through online deposits, lunch lines speed up in Junior and Senior High Schools, giving students more time to eat.
Before you begin enrolling, you will need to obtain the student ID number for each of your children. This is not the PIN number they use in the lunch line. Parents can obtain this number from the school or by calling the food service office at 402-537-6250. Once you have obtained the student ID number, it's easy to enroll!
Reach Out Club
This club is open to all 2nd and 3rd graders. We meet once a month to work on projects for the community. Students wanting to attend go to Mrs. Moran's classroom after school and have parents pick them up out the front doors at 4:00pm. Kids Club students should check in with Kids Club BEFORE coming to the classroom. Some projects in the past have included making blankets and chew toys for the Nebraska Humane Society, making scarves for students in need, making gifts for those who serve our country, spreading random acts of kindness and filling over 300 Easter eggs for Habitat for Humanity. If you have any ideas or know of a need in our community please email Mrs. Moran, email@example.com.
We will meet in the Mini-Gym from 3:05-3:45pm, K-3 on the 1st Wednesday of every month, 4-6 will meet on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. Students will be reccommended by their teacher and a note will be sent home to parents. The small group will meet with Mrs. Stock to work on strategies for managing anxiety and stress, how to regulate emotions, and becoming more mindful to help them be successful inside and outside of school.
Open it any student, Fuel Up meets on Fridays in the mini gym from 3:05-3:45.