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Monday, October 11, 2010

Busy Week at R. L. Young

 Fundraising has begun at R. L. Young! Congratulations to our school for being the First National Bank School of the Month. The bank is giving our school $250 to add to the total amount of money raised through the month of October. 
This week's events/Activities include:

Oct. 11-15  National School Lunch Week-each grade level has a special day to have parents enjoy a great meal at R. L. Young's wonderful lunchroom. Check this post for your child's assigned day for guests.
R. L. Young Library Book Fair -Come view the book fair and purchase books for your child. If you would like to make a secret purchase for holiday giving, see Mrs. Lane and she can help you out. Brochures went home with all books being sold this week. Mark the ones you want and turn in. Please include a note if you want this purchase to be kept a secret. There is no better gift to give a child than your time and a good book!
Reigning Queen, Mrs. Armstrong
Oct. 12  Pumpkin Queen Voting Begins
R. L. Young has had a long standing tradition that each year at the Fall Festival a teacher is selected to be the Pumpkin Queen. It's only costs a quarter to vote. The winner is announced at the Fall Festival. Mrs. Beard in the computer lab will be collecting votes until Oct. 28. You can also vote the night of the Festival. Good luck, teachers. 

Oct. 14 ARMT Medal Ceremony
Grades 3-6 will gather in the auditorium for a first ever medal ceremony to recognize our highest achieving students. In addition to recognizing success on the Alabama Reading and Math Test, we will reward students for great work on the Alabama Direct Assessment of Writing, and the Science Assessment for Fifth Graders. 

Oct. 15 Hats Off to Y. E. S. 
Wear your craziest, favorite hat to show your support of the best place to learn and grow! 

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