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RSD Remote Learning Day set for 11.20.20

RSD Remote Learning Day set for 11.20.20

Important Announcement for RSD Families:Russellville Board of Education announces Friday, November 20, 2020 a Remote Learning Day District wide, Pre-K to 12 grade.Due to...

Virtual Learning Day

Virtual Learning Day

Russellville Board of Education announced that this Friday. November 20, 2020 will be a Virtual Learning Day District wide, Pre-K to twelfth grade.

School Board Agenda, 11.17.20​​

School Board Agenda, 11.17.20​​

Russellville Board of Education will meet tonight at Gardner Auditorium. Find the Board Agenda on our website,School Board Agenda, 11.17.20

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Russellville School District

Russellville School District

7 days ago

NO SCHOOL 11.20.20-RSD's Board of Education has called for Friday, November 20 to be an off-site remote learning day district wide in response to an increase in COVID cases throughout the community. Unlike 'Virtual Learning' days students Pre-K to 12 grade will not be on campus Friday.

Russellville School District

Russellville School District

8 days ago

ATTENTION RSD FAMILIES: Sack lunches will be provided for the remote learning day on Friday, November 20 tomorrow at dismissal.
Students may pick up their sack lunches at tables located at each of the entrances before leaving campus on Thursday, November 19.
For more information contact dining services at 479.498.8836.

Russellville School District

Russellville School District

9 days ago

Russellville Board of Education announces Friday. November 20, 2020 a Virtual Learning Day District wide, Pre-K to twelfth grade.

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Russellville School District

Russellville School District

22 days ago

The deadline for the Hispanic Heritage Essay Contest has been extended until November 7, 2020. Altice USA, the parent company of Optimum and Suddenlink, announced its annual Hispanic Heritage Month essay contest in partnership with Univision. The essay contest invites middle and high school students to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by submitting an essay that describes a Hispanic person whom they consider to be a hero and why.
'We all have a hero. Someone we look up to. Someone who inspires us. Whether it is a civil rights activist, pop culture icon, or someone you know personally, heroes bring us hope when we need it the most.
*In 500 words or less, tell us about a Hispanic person, past or present, who you consider to be a hero and explain why.'
Who: Optimum and Suddenlink’s Hispanic Heritage Month essay contest in partnership with Univision
What: Hispanic Heritage Month essay contest for middle and high school students about a Hispanic person who they consider to be a hero.
Where: More information can be found at Optimum.com/HHM and Suddenlink.com/HHM
When: Essay submissions must be received by 11:59 pm EDT on November 7th, 2020
Why: Grand prize finalists will receive a $1,500 scholarship.
Additional three finalists will receive an iPad. Separate prizes for middle and high school categories.

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Russellville School District

Russellville School District

25 days ago

No school on Monday & Tuesday (November 2nd & 3rd) for parent-teacher conferences. Meals will be delivered for both days on Monday with buses following their regular routes beginning at 9:30 a.m.

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