The Vision of the RSWSU is an educational system which responds to the needs of students by providing 21st century learning experiences rich in creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, multimedia communication, and high expectations for students to demonstrate deep understanding and application.

This vision incorporates:

•rigorous core academic experiences
•opportunities to apply knowledge and skills locally, nationally and globally through performance based tasks, projects, real world experiences, and authentic assessments
•safe, diverse and nurturing learning communities in which all students achieve their highest  potential, meeting and exceeding state and national standards
•multi-age/cross cultural learning communities
•integration of technology
•self-directed learning plans and experiences based on interests and passions.
•self-assessment and reflection
•equitable access to highly skilled teachers, differentiated resources, and tiered interventions based on individual learning needs PreK-12

Another great Farm to School activity with Mrs. Woolf's fourth graders!

With the recent snow, Mr. Fifield's PE classes have been outside snowshoeing!

Pumpkin Contest 2017

Thank you to American Legion Auxiliary Unit 39 members Carol Bunce, UnaJean Capman, and Debbie McMurry for the chains and necklaces which were given to all students today in honor of Memorial Day.

Also, thank you to Chaplain Walter Pratt for speaking at today's Memorial Day Ceremony.  We are grateful for all of the support from our community.

4th Grade Wax Museum

4th Grade Solar Ovens

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