Dear Rock Bridge Elementary Families,
At RBE we are committed to the whole child and their family. Because of our belief that children learn better when their needs are met, we wanted to reach out and let you know of some resources designed to help children and families.
We are certainly in unprecedented times and many families find that accessing resources is more important than ever. We are committed to helping families confidentially access any resources that might be helpful. Some commonly accessed resources are found in the attachment below.
Elementary School Counselor Publication - Last Day of School edition
Calm Down Tool Box
This week’s publication focuses on positive thinking. Also included is the Big Life Journal Time Capsule. See links below!
Download file above for a middle school scavenger hunt and combination lock tutorial.
6th grade transition information for the 2020-2021 school year – Welcome to Middle School!
Middle School Counselors would like to invite all 5th graders to join a zoom meeting to meet their school counselors for next year and learn more about the middle school schedule and experience. Please join your middle school for one of the times offered.
Meetings are Thursday, May 7 at 10:00 am or 1:00 pm. Use the links below for your middle school.
Gentry Middle School zoom
Jefferson Middle School zoom
John Warner Middle School zoom
Lange Middle School zoom
Oakland Middle School zoom
Smithton Middle School zoom
West Middle School zoom
Middle School Principals would also like to share some building specific welcome information that will be posted on the afternoon of May 11th. Visit your student’s future middle school’s website for those videos.
Gentry Middle School www.cpsk12.org/gms
Jefferson Middle School www.cpsk12.org/jms
John Warner Middle School www.cpsk12.org/jwms
Lange Middle School www.cpsk12.org/lms
Oakland Middle School www.cpsk12.org/oms
Smithton Middle School www.cpsk12.org/sms
West Middle School www.cpsk12.org/wms
Looking forward to learning and sharing with you all!
(If you have moved or are unsure of which school you will be attending in the fall use the district website to locate your school. https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/12874)
Scientists at Washington State University recently published a 2019 study indicating that just 10 minutes of interacting with cats and dogs significantly reduces stress (Pendry & Vandagriff).
Financial assistance for residents who have experienced unemployment or partial unemployment due to COVID-19 is now available through the Salvation Army.
Money from the charitable organization’s reserves, combined with a grant awarded by CoMo-Helps, which is funded by several community service organizations and Boone County, will help with rent, mortgage or utilities, the Salvation Army wrote in a news release.
To apply for assistance residents will need to provide statements from their employer, landlord or utility company as of April 1. They must also reside in Boone County.
Contact Anthony Johnson at 573-442-3229, ext. 240 or by email at Anthony.Johnson@usc. salvationarmy.org between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday to apply or for more information.