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GROWING LEADERS EVERY DAY!
Our school is proud of the traditions, high expectations, and inviting atmosphere that make it a good place to learn and grow.



Tuesday, February 2, 2016

We need Box Tops

The deadline to receive funds for box tops for this school year is quickly approaching. Your child will get a box tops form in their tiger notebook this week. Please tape the box tops to this form or send them in a Ziploc bag. Students who turn in 10 box tops will have a choice between a Hard Work Cafe or Homework Pass. Thanks!

Monday, February 1, 2016

Lunch with the Principal


Ms. Norman's Class

They are such a special group!



Mrs. French's Class

I just love sixth grade!

Flaky Fridays Crazy Hair Day

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Flaky Fridays 
Crazy Hair Day
February 5, 2016
$1.00

National School Counselor Week: We love Ms. Rigdon

R.L. Young is very blessed to have an amazing school counselor in Ms. Janice Rigdon. 

National School Counseling Week highlights the tremendous impact school counselors can have in helping students achieve school success and plan for a career.  All week we will be celebrating the great job Ms. Rigdon does with our students. School counselors work with teachers, parents, social workers, and many others to address the academic, the career, and the personal and social development needs of all students. And research consistently shows that their efforts are critically important to student success, both in school and in life.

Counselors often lead a school's work in conflict resolution, and can play an important role in substance abuse education. They refer students and families to community agencies that can help them meet their food, housing, and legal needs, as well as address other challenges they may be facing.

Habit #6 Synergize - Mrs. Payne's Class





This weeks habit is Habit #6 synergize. Mrs. Payne's class would like to share their ideas on what it means to synergize.

Kindergarten Can Drive a Success

Kindergarten students collected cans for their annual can drive to celebrate the "100th Day of School." Mrs. Liner and Mrs. Nabor's class set a goal of collecting 100 cans each. Together, they collected a total of  252 cans. Billy Sparkman (back left) president of the board of the Red Door Kitchen and Ray Miller (back Right) community volunteer stopped by the school and collected the cans from kindergarten. We are very proud of these students! Thank you to their teachers for working to instill the importance of community service and giving back to the community.

Friday, January 29, 2016

Congratulations Mrs. Burel

Mrs. Julie Burel
We would like to say congratulations to Mrs. Burel for several accomplishments. She was chosen as the R.L. Young Teacher of the Year. This week interim superintendent Dr. Frank Costanzo presented Mrs. Burel with the news that she was also selected as the Elementary School Teacher of the Year for Talladega City Schools and the Talladega City Schools nominee for the Jacksonville State University Teacher Hall of Fame. Thank you Mrs. Burel for all that you do with our students and for representing R.L. Young so well.

Good Citizens for January

 Congratulations to the "Good Citizens" for the month of January. 

Front: Ethan Wideman, Leiana Amer, 
Payton Parker, Payton McDonald, 
Jaia Jones, and Mariyah Curry. 

Front: Aubriana Williams, Austyn Smith
Ashtyn Bishop, Alyssa Spurlock, 
Haiston Gurley, and Kye Burel