From MVSD: The Mountain View School District will be having PreK-12 grade New Student Registration starting on Tuesday, August 4 and continuing on Wednesday, August 5th. Registration will be from 8 AM until Noon and from 1 PM until 3 PM at the Mountain View Campus, Rural Special Campus and the Timbo Campus. Rural Special new students should report to the office at RSHS. Please call 870-363-4365 at Rural Special WE PLEASE ASK THAT ONLY ONE PARENT/GUARDIAN COME WITH THE STUDENT FOR REGISTRATION DUE TO COVID-19 CONCERNS. Thank You.
New student registration is coming up! The Mountain View School District will be having New Student Registration starting on Tuesday, August 4th and Wednesday August 5th. Registration will be from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the RS lunchroom. Please call 363-4365 to make an appointment. We ask that only one parent/guardian and student come to school during the registration.
Mountain View School District schools will be having graduation ceremonies in July. Here are the dates and locations. Rural Special Graduation will be on July 14 at 7:00 at the Mountain View football field. Timbo Graduation will be on July 16 at 7:00 at the Mountain View football field. Mountain View graduation will be on July 17 at 7:00 at the Mountain View football field. We will be providing more specific information in the coming weeks.
Rural Special: We will be handing out Kindergarten registration packets this Monday the 27th from 10:30-12:30!! Any child that is 5 by August 1st can start Kindergarten in the fall. Senior Class of 2020 - Pick up your Cap & Gowns Monday 27th 10:30-12:30! Reminder that Breakfast & Lunch pick up for the week is Monday 27th from 10:30-12:30. This is 5 lunches and breakfast for each child! Thank you Bridget, Marilyn and Emily for coming and putting these together every Monday!!
Rural Special: The next and last set of AMI work has been posted to the website. Thanks DeWyn Avey🤗 Paper copies will not be available this time as some paper copies still have not reached all students (district wide). Students may access them on a phone, tablet, computer etc. Smart phones and any other internet device can now connect to various WiFi hotspots around the county including the school parking lot. Work may be submitted via google drive (best way) or pictures may be taken and sent to your childs teacher’s email (2nd best option) or via text or messenger. Students may also choose to do them on a regular piece of paper. Drop off bins will be placed outside the high school front doors Mon-Thur 8am-1pm for drop off. Please have all work in an envelope or folder with the students name and teacher on the outside of it. But again, if possible please submit work electronically just to help keep down germs. Hope to see everyone tomorrow at Lunch Pickup.
RURAL SPECIAL, First and foremost we hope you are doing well and enjoying spring time in Arkansas. I know many of you have questions about AMI so hopefully this helps along with the live feed videos we’ve been doing. For Rural Special elementary there is a direct link on the school's website for your child to access their Google account where the AMI packets have been shared. If your child does not know their email address or password K-2 students need to talk with your child's classroom teacher to gain this information while 3rd-6th grade students need to contact Mrs. Avey or Mrs. Berry so that their passwords may be reset. All AMI packets have also been emailed and shared with every student in their Google accounts (k-6). Students requesting paper copies of the AMI packets will have two options for pickup days. Pickup will be Thursday from 11am-1pm with plastic tubs sitting outside the high school building. Packets will have each child's name clearly identified on them. The second option for obtaining AMI packets is Monday during breakfast and lunch pickup. At this time all submissions will be electronic. Students may turn in their work via their Google drive or students and parents may take a picture of the assignment with their smart phone or tablet and email the work to their teachers. High school students have the same options for paper packets; however those doing AMI electronically, packs have either been shared via Google or the teacher will be using Google classroom. More information can be found at www.RuralSpecial.com Thank you for your patience as we all work through this together. Remember, most importantly take this time to enjoy some extra days with your children. If you find yourself or your child getting frustrated, set it to the side and come back to it later. Smile, laugh and make memories. Respectfully -- Shelia Mitchell, Elementary Principal Rural Special Elementary Fox, AR 72051
Rural Special - Accelerated Reader is now available to you at home. Your student should know their username and password, but if they have forgotten, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get that info to you ASAP. Happy READing!!
RS - If you are watching the Arkansas PBS AMI this week, here is the website with resources for your student to access and use along with the videos. https://www.myarkansaspbs.org/arkansasami
RS - Due to COVID19, we will postpone the Jr & Sr Prom at Rural Special. A make up date will be announced later.
RS Students & Parents: MVSD PROVIDING STUDENT MEALS WITH DISTRIBUTION AT LOCAL CHURCHES MVSD MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2020 The Mountain View School District is committed to ensuring our students are fed during this school closure. We will be providing prepackaged breakfast and lunch meals to local churches for distribution to students March 17 - March 20 from 10:30 to 12:30. Meals may be picked up at: Antioch Baptist Church First United Methodist Church Flatwoods Baptist Church First Baptist Church Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 56 Baptist Church Timbo Valley Assembly of God Meals will be given out on a first come first serve basis. Thank you to our local churches for all your help.
A huge thank you to Antioch Church, Rachelle Stewart, Heather Berry, and Lindsey Sutterfield for all your hard work today passing out the school lunches. Mr Barham and I also want to thank Mrs Bridgett and Mrs Marilyn for preparing lunches for this week. You all are amazing. We were glad to be able to serve our students and their needs today.
RS - Congratulations to the winners from the Northeast Arkansas Regional Science Fair Friday at ASU Jonesboro: Junior High Kendall Kocher - 1st in Environmental Science, Qualified for Broadcom Nationals, Association for Women Geoscientist Award, SETAC (Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry) Award, American Fisheries Society Aquatic Sciences Award Jacob Morris - 1st in Physics and Astronomy, Qualified for Broadcom Nationals Lailah Thomas - 1st in Behavioral and Social Sciences, Qualified for Broadcom Nationals Jayden Berry - 2nd in Engineering: Electrical and Mechanical Trevor Dodson - 2nd in Medical and Health Sciences Emma Goins - 2nd in Environmental Science Zack Ginn - 3rd in Physics and Astronomy Valerie West - 3rd in Animal Science Austin Thomas - Honorable Mention in Plant Science Senior High Echo Mitchell - 1st in Environmental Management,3rd overall (Qualified for International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles), SETAC(Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry) Award, Stockholm Junior Water Prize (opportunity to compete at state and international levels), U.S. Air Force Outstanding Science and Engineering Award, Office of Naval Research Award, American Fisheries Society Aquatic Sciences Award Gerrit Amos - 2nd in Environmental Science Sierra Dodson - 2nd in Medical and Health Sciences Emily Morris - 2nd in Energy and Transportation Kealy Patrick - 2nd in Animal Science Autumn Crow - 3rd in Environmental Science, NOAA Taking the Pulse of the Planet Award Alex Garcia - 3rd in Behavioral and Social Science Kalli Sutterfield - 3rd in Energy and Transportation Brinley Morgan - Honorable Mention in Plant Science Some students were not able to attend, but Mr. Ty Pitcock delivered and picked up projects for those students so they were still able to compete.
Rural Special Elem Quiz Bowl made it to the Elite 8 today (with a very young team). All classifications of schools across our Educational Cooperative were represented today. Proud of our kiddos. (And yes, of course we have to act goofy some) 😉. Mrs Hughes’ Mtn. View Yellow Jackets beat us and are still going strong representing our district. Good luck
The Mountain View School District will not be in session on Friday, March 13 and Friday, March 20.
Final Lady Rebels 57 Alpena 62. It’s been a great season. Proud of our girls.
End of the 3rd. Rebels take the lead. Rebels 48 Alpena 40
Half time at Lake Hamilton Rebels 22 Leopards 26
Rural Special vs Alpena End of the 1st Quarter Tied at 12.
End of the 3rd quarter Lady Rebels lead 29 to 27
Halftime at the State Tournament with the Lady Rebels: tied at 16
Live from Lake Hamilton End of 1st quarter RS 7 Hillcrest 6
RS Lady Rebels Regional Runner Up! They are moving on to state to play Hillcrest March 4th @ 7:00pm at Lake Hamilton High School. #GoRebels #StateBound #BriStong
Hard fought game. Couldn’t pull it out tonight. Final RS 44 WS 49 Lady Rebels play in the state tournament Wednesday at 7pm
3:30 left in the 4th Rebels 37 Eagles 42
End of 3rd Quarter Lady Rebels 28 WS Eagles 37
Half time at Bradford Rebels 21 Eagles 26 Go Lady Rebels!!
Regional Finals End of 1st quarter RS 11 Westside 17
Lady Rebels win 55-29 over Midland!
Rural Special girls lead Midland after three quarters, 51-22.
Lady Rebels leading Midland at halftime of the regional tournament 28-19 in Bradford.
RS High School ACT Aspire Interim testing will be Monday (English & Science) & Wednesday (Math & Reading) starting at 8:50. Student be well rested and ready to do your best!
Rural Special Juniors are taking the ACT, Tuesday, February 25th. Be sure to be here at 8:00am.
Those of us at Rural Special would like to send our sincerest love and appreciation for all the thoughts and prayers. This week we began a week of healing by remembering Briley with posters, cards, and just sharing smiles and tears. Thank you to the Timbo Tigers last night for showing up at the basketball game with their Briley t-shirts. We live in an amazing area with many caring schools and people. Your love and prayers have definitely been felt.
The community and school will be hosting a fundraiser for the Morgan Family at the Tuesday Night game against Timbo. All Concession money, auction proceeds, and donations will go to them. Drop donations off for the auction at Rural Special School or bring them to the ball game. Time of auction will be announced later. There is also an account set up at First Service Bank for the Morgan Family.
RS Rebels are in the Izard County tournament tonight at Calico Rock. Jr Boys play Melbourne Sr Girls play ICC Sr Boys play Salem Games can be heard online at: https://radio.securenetsystems.net/ce/index.cfm?stationCallSign=KSAR
Super proud of our Rural Special students! Accelerated reader, citizenship, and grade awards were handed out today. 🤗 We had a great assembly and even talked about friendship, working together as a team, and the importance of never giving up! Had some great videos that kids loved. Thanks for sharing your kiddos with us. 🥰
RSHS - Everyone 7-12 is going to the career fair at Mountain View. We will leave around 8:15 and be back before lunch.
RSHS students enrolled and currently taking Animal Science are eligible for college credit through Ozarka at NO CHARGE!! See Mrs. Knapp on Monday 1-13, to check eligibility.
RS Rebels will be having games tonight at home. Games will start as soon as possible to finish as soon as possible because of weather concerns. Go Rebels!
Theatre Squared from Fayetteville was at Rural Special today to perform the Poe Show. Students then were able to take part in workshops offered by the instructors. Great opportunity for our students. The group said our kids were amazing and really bragged on their quick insight as well as their willingness to participate
RS - Tonight's basketball games against Quitman have been cancelled due to potential weather and are rescheduled for December 16th with 7th,JB,SG,SB playing.
Congratulations RSHS as being recognized as top 5% in student growth. Proud to be a part of our schools. http://dese.ade.arkansas.gov/public/userfiles/Public_School_Accountability/School_Performance/Reward_Schools_2019.pdf
Tune in today to KWOZ 103.3 to hear about our Veterans Program at Rural Special. It’s always an honor to visit Gary B at the radio station. He’s been a big part of Rural Special on several occasions
RS: The Pumpkin Patch was not just another field trip! Kindergarten and 1st grade learned about the Arkansas Frontier life and even did a few chores. There was also time for watching pig races, dinosaur digging, exploring the enchanted forest, playing on the tunnel slides and wheels, as well as mining for gems!! We had a great time and thank you PTO for helping pay for our trip!!
Stone Bank presentation of the new trophy case in dedication to J.T. Compton, with Mr. Barham and Mr. Howard.
Congratulations to our PeeWee Girls for sweeping all the games last night. 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grade teams for the WIN!!
RS Flu Shot Clinic October 11th!!
Pastries for Parents will be October 15th! Make plans to join us for a fun morning. We’ll be doing activities in the classroom, and then we have an exciting assembly afterwards.
The first 9 weeks grading period ends next Friday, October 11th.
Rural Special FBLA District Conference tomorrow, bus leaves at 7am!
Good luck on Fall Festival tonight!!!!!