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School

  • Crawfordville Elementary School Shoots for the Sun

    Ask any Crawfordville Elementary School student how far the Earth is from the sun and you are very likely to get the correct answer…. 93 million miles.

  • CES holds Project Learning Tree activities

    During the week of March 29 through April 2, Crawfordville Elementary School held their first Project Learning Tree Week of activities for all kindergarten through fifth grade students.

    “Wild about Wildlife” was this year’s theme. Rodger Tripp, also know as the “Safari Man” kicked off the week with two assemblies for the K-2nd and 3rd -5th grade groups. Safari Man entertained the crowds with numerous self-written songs aimed at preserving the environment as well as its inhabitants.

  • Prom Fashion Show

    Press Release

    For Immediate Release

    For more information, contact:

    Nancy Floyd Richardson

    (850) 933-1083 cell

    CreativFlo@comcast.net

    Prom Fashion Show Scheduled for Thursday

  • RMS places ninth in MathCounts

    Quick, find the measure of the angle formed by the minute hand and the hour hand of an analog clock at 6:15. You have 30 seconds to answer, no calculator, and about 200 people watching.

    Such were the challenges presented at The Florida Engineering Society’s 27th annual MathCounts competition on Feb. 6 at the FAMU/FSU College of Engineering in Tallahassee.

    (For the solution, visit www.wakullaschooldistrict.org/rms/rmsweb10.)

  • Schools can receive wildflowers

    Florida school teachers are invited to apply for the Florida Wildflower

    Foundation's new "Seeds for Schools" grant program through April 30, 2010.

    The program gives teachers the opportunity to immerse students in Florida's

    native flora and fauna through the planting and growing of native wildflower

    gardens from seed.

    Twenty $50 seed certificates will be awarded to qualifying teachers on a

    first-come, first-served basis (only one application per school, please).

  • Willis, Kane are teachers of month, Carnes is employee

    Kelly Willis, March Teacher of the Month from Crawfordville Elementary, grew up in Tallahassee and had always heard about the wonderful schools that exist in Wakulla County.

    “Just before my internship at Flagler College," she said, "my professors were looking for students who were willing to make the drive to Crawfordville each day. I am so thankful that my hand went up that day in class. Today, I teach the best students and work with the most fabulous administrators and teachers.”

  • RMS Geography Whiz

    Ben West, a seventh grader at Riversprings Middle School in Crawfordville, has qualified to represent his school in the 2010 National Geographic Bee.

    During the fall, West participated in the school level Bee, at which students answered oral questions on geography. Having won that part of the competition he went on to answer a written questionnaire provided by the National Geographic Society.

  • Eight Wakulla students visit Mexico

    Eight Wakulla High School students had the opportunity to study Spanish language and culture as they participated in the 15th year of the Mexico Exchange Program.

  • Riversink teacher Megan Crombie selected for science teacher academy

    Riversink fourth grade teacher Megan Crombie has been selected by the National Council of Teachers in Mathematics (NCTM) and the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) to attend the 2010 Mickelson ExxonMobil Teachers Academy at the Liberty Science Center. Megan will join 200 third-through fifth-grade teachers from across the nation in Jersey City on July 18 for a one week-intensive, all-expense paid professional development opportunity.

  • Coastal Optimists award winners of essay contest

    Coastal Optimist Club President Jo Ann Daniels and Vice President Jeff True awarded checks to the winners of the Optimist Essay Contest last week.