Families of rising Kindergarteners are encouraged to apply for the KinderBoost(TM) summer transition program. Applications can be completed using the QR codes below. QR codes are school specific, so be sure to scan and apply at the correct location.
Thank you Ms. Crystal Smith!
RMS 8th graders enjoyed a CTE Tour at RHS Thursday. They learned about some of the opportunities available to them at the high school level. Thank you for welcoming us Ripley High School!
Lauderdale County Schools will observe Spring Break next week, March 13-17, 2023. We hope all of our Tigers have a restful and enjoyable break!
Our next #LauderdaleProud feature is Devarius Tavon King! Tavon King graduated from Halls High School in 2016. He earned degrees from Columbia State Community College, University of North Alabama, and Cumberland University with an emphasis in Exercise Science and Sports Management. Tavon is an international professional basketball player. Aside from his love of the game, Tavon’s favorite part of his career are the opportunities it provides to explore and experience other countries and cultures and meet new people. Tavon is another reason why we are #LauderdaleProud!
Rising 9th graders!
Our next #LauderdaleProud feature is Cindy Ream! Cindy Ream graduated from Halls High School in 1989. She has earned her bachelor’s degree from Lambuth University and her master’s degree from Trevecca Nazarene University. Cindy is an educator at Halls High School. What she enjoys most about her career is giving back to the community by building relationships with students who are our community’s future. Cindy is another reason why we are #LauderdaleProud!
Cheer Clinic and Tryout Info
Chromebook Check this week!
Several LCS educators recently attended the “Reach Them All” training to learn more about the new state Computer Science standards. Educators dove into computer science vocabulary and learned how to support peers in integrating these new standards into their current curriculum and courses. #TNSTEM #ReachThemAllTN #CSdrivesTN #RTATN
Flex Friday - Chess with Mr. Billings. Students learn how to play the “Royal Game,” — Chess. Every game begins and ends with a handshake.
Don't forget...the yearbook committee is hard at work putting together an awesome yearbook for this year! Order yours by 3/19/23! https://www.treering.com/purchase?PassCode=1016752974434326
Our next #LauderdaleProud feature is Jonathon Mooney! Jonathon Mooney is a 1997 graduate of Ripley High School. He has earned degrees from Dyersburg State Community College, University of Memphis, and Trevecca Nazarene University. Jonathan is a 6th Grade Science Teacher at Crestview Middle School. His favorite part of his career is supporting student learning and preparing them for the real world applications of science. Way to make us #LauderdaleProud, Jonathon!
Save the Date...Spring Formal - April 14, 2023...More information coming soon!
Check Out This Week’s Staff Member of the Week! https://www.lced.net/o/ripleymiddle/page/staff-member-spotlight
Booster Club Meeting postponed.
Check Out This Week’s Students of the Week! https://www.lced.net/o/ripleymiddle/page/students-of-the-week
Our next #LauderdaleProud feature is Brittany Smith! Brittany Smith is a 2010 graduate of Ripley High School. She has earned degrees from Dyersburg State Community College and University of Tennessee at Martin. Most recently, she completed her Master’s degree in Special Education with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from Webster University. Brittany is a Social Counselor with Tennessee Early Intervention Systems under the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Her favorite part of her career is serving the children and families of our community and surrounding counties and ensuring that children receive early intervention services. Way to make us #LauderdaleProud, Brittany!
In STEM, students learned about 9-11 and to design safer tall buildings with stronger concrete cores. Students designed a structure learning about choosing stronger shapes, stiffening materials and making better connections. There were some good designs and a lot of teamwork!
Our RMS Tiger Engineering team competed in a STEM night event in Dyersburg. Michael M., Carlee H. and Neily S. had 45 minutes to build a working draw bridge. Spencer H. and Trevor M. had helped with the design but were unable to attend. Congratulations to our Engineering Team!