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Monday, April 20, 2015

Last COOKIES AND CREAM Party of the Year

Hard work and plenty of reading earned this group of students a yummy party of cookies and ice cream. All students had to earn 75 points and have an 85% average in comprehension. Congrats to all. This will be the third party of the year. ��

Thanks, R. L. Youngers!

These awesome students sold at least two boxes of chocolate to help the hardest working PTO fund the AR FIELD TRIP and end of the year AWARDS Day. Thanks to all who helped with this fundraiser. 

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

"There's Gonna Be a Test"

The second grade did a play to help encourage our 3rd through 6th graders during State Testing (ACT ASPIRE) this month. Great job and good advice!

Monday, April 13, 2015

Register for Kindergarten Thursday, April 16th!

Kindergarten registration is always an exciting time for R. L. Young. We are happy to welcome our new students and assist parents in making this transition. The registration will open at 8:30 a.m. and end at 2:00 p.m. Parents may park in the front and enter by the office. The registration will take place in the auditorium located in the main building. 

Parents should bring the following documents:
*Certified Birth Certificate (must have state seal)
  Child must be 5 years old on or before Sept. 1
*Social Security card
*Blue Slip (shot record)
*Proof of Residence
  EXAMPLE: current utility bill (power, water, or gas bill) with    
  name and address

Driver's license, cable bills, telephone bills, or personal checks are not acceptable. 

At R. L. Young, a second day will be scheduled for new kinders to come and take a look around. Teachers will do a simple assessment with each child and take individual photos. Students and their parents will receive a tour provided by the school's 6th grade Ambassadors. 

Parents will be asked to sign up for a time slot for this day during registration. We think it is important to give children an opportunity to look around, meet the two teachers, and get excited about this fall!

Sunday, April 12, 2015

STATE TESTING 2015 SCHEDULE and Tips for Parents

                                                        
Test dates for the ACT ASPIRE 

Wednesday, April 15: ACT ASPIRE Science test for grade 5 only

Tuesday, April 21: ACT ASPIRE Reading test for grades 3 through 6

Wednesday, April 22 : ACT ASPIRE Math test for grades 3 through 6


April 23 and 24:  All *make-ups should be completed by 2:00 p.m.

How parents can help:
  • Make sure your child gets plenty of rest the night before tests.
  • Be sure your child arrives to school on time.
  • Provide breakfast or have child arrive in time to eat at school.
  • Student should have 2 sharpened #2 pencils.
  • Encourage your child to do his/her best on all parts of the test.
  • Plan a fun outing after testing to celebrate a job well done!
TO THE STUDENTS IN GRADES 3-6
 
We look forward to sharing the results when school resumes in August! 

Tuesday, April 7, 2015


Camellia Net Available




Give your child access to even more books through Camellia.

The Talladega Armstrong Public Library is a member of  Camellia Net - a website that allows patrons in Alabama libraries check out and download eBooks, audio books and music! All you need is a Talladega Armstrong Public Library card, internet access and an e-reader, tablet, computer, smartphone or other compatible device! 


To get started, you will need to download some software to your computer and/or compatible device.

  • For all e-readers except the Kindle, you will need to download Adobe Digital Editions to your computer to transfer titles to your devices.
  • Many portable devices will use the OverDrive Media App which you can find in your App Store. – Get instructions here.
Now you are ready to borrow eBooks!
Need help using Camellia Net? Here are instructions to find, borrow and return items.


Log in and Search Camellia NetReserve an item on Camellia Net
Borrow Kindle ebooksEarly Return of Kindle ebooks
Borrow ebooks for all other devicesEarly Return of ebooks for all other devices
Borrow audio books and musicEarly Return of audio books and music

Monday, April 6, 2015

Attention, Pre-K Parents!

 
You may pick up the Pre-K applications from the Talladega City Board Office from 8:00 -3:00 each day.  They will be available until April 30, 2015.

Friday, April 3, 2015

Deadline for AR Program Quickly Approaching...



Two weeks left to qualify for AR prizes and trip!
Deadline:
                               April 16th

Trophy Competition Starts for 2nd Semester

Only 2 weeks to go....
Week 26: What is the secret, Mrs. Brooks? This is 4 weeks in a row! Congratulations...
 
Week 25: Mrs. Brooks and her super readers did it again!!
Week 24: Mrs. Brooks and her super readers held tight to the trophy and managed to keep it for another week with their 95.4 % comprehension average!
Week 23: Mrs. Brooks and her super first graders worked hard and took the trophy for the week with a 96% in comprehension. We are proud of all of our hard working students!
 
 Week 22: There is an upset at the schoolhouse! Mrs. Haynes and her awesome second grade readers took ownership of the AR Highest Comprehension Trophy. A 98.2% in comprehension is VERY IMPRESSIVE! EVERYONE keep reading.          
The AR program will end on April 16th, just 5 weeks away. 
Kudos to the boys for maintaining the Winners' Cup! (most boys on the Top 20 Board)
 
Week 21: YOU GUESSED IT...Mrs. Brooks is still holding the trophy and her students are loving the AR Program! 
Week 20: Mrs. Brooks' first graders are hanging on TIGHT! Congratulations on your 95% class comprehension level.
Week 19: Mrs. Brooks' first graders surprised everyone by taking the trophy to annex 1 and first grade. They are new to the AR program, starting after Christmas. Mrs. Brooks is a master at helping her students understand how AR works and the importance of reading the book and test questions carefully. Good job, First Grade!
Week 18: Mrs. French's awesome sixth graders grabbed the trophy from next door, Mrs. Lamberth's class. All of the UGA classes are working hard to maintain the trophy status!
The boys at R. L. Young still have ownership of the WINNERS' CUP!
Week 17: Mrs. Lamberth's students are on a roll! They managed to keep the trophy with a super
98. 7% average in comprehension. Everyone in the class did their part by testing.
The boys are also holding tight to the Winner's Cup! They had 12 boys listed on the Top 20 Board for the week.
 
 Week 16: Mrs. Lamberth's students snatched the trophy from next door, but it is cool that 6th grade still has it in their possession! Congratulations to Mrs. Lamberth's class, the sixth grade, and our UGA (Upper Grade Academy)!
 
The BOYS still have possession of the Winner's Cup! (Most boys on the Top 20 Board!)
Week 15: Mrs. French's Sixth Graders kick off the new semester by snagging the AR Highest Comprehension Average Trophy for last week.

The BOYS earned the WINNERS' Cup last week. "Let's go, girls!"