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1:10 EARLY RELEASE DAY 9/30/15
OPEN HOUSE (K-2) 10/7/15 6:00-7:30 PM
OPEN HOUSE (3-5) 10/8/15 6:00-7:30 PM


Nick Roman, Principal
Jenn Jones, Assistant Principal


Rocky Run Elementary
95 Reservoir Rd.
VA  22406
Phone: (540)-286-1956
Fax: (540)-286-1955



Upcoming Events for Rocky Run

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District Announcements
Weekend Weather and Events Announcement
Stafford County Public Schools (SCPS) are closely monitoring the current weather conditions and are following the reports on Hurricane Joaquin and the impact of these on our community.  We will continue to do so throughout this evening and the weekend.  We encourage all to monitor weather reports and make necessary preparations. 

Stafford County Public Schools administrators will confer on Sunday evening with Stafford County staff including the Sheriff’s Office, Emergency Management Office and Fire and Rescue Office to evaluate conditions and to make decisions regarding school operations on Monday.  Should conditions warrant, changes to the division’s operating status may be determined sooner. Please watch our website for updates.  The official source for SCPS operating status is our website at www.staffordschools.net.  We also share on Twitter @SCPSchools and Facebook via StaffordSchools.  
Cancellations and Postponed Events:

Several events and athletic competitions at our schools have been canceled, postponed or rescheduled due to the heavy rain impacting our county.  Please check the individual school websites for updates on their events.

*The Margaret Brent Elementary Road Race, originally scheduled for Saturday, is postponed until November 8. 
*The Moncure Elementary Clothing Sale, originally scheduled for this weekend, is postponed until October 16 and 17. 
*The middle school field hockey games scheduled for Friday, October 2, and Monday, October 5, are canceled and will be rescheduled at the end of the season. 
*The Stafford High School Homecoming Football game scheduled for Friday evening has been postponed until 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 3.
The Brooke Point High School football game is rescheduled for Monday, October 5.
*For those taking the SAT on Saturday, check back here and on https://sat.collegeboard.org/register/sat-test-center-closings before heading out in the morning.
 *All after-school and evening activities on Friday, October 2, have been canceled.
 Thank you for your continued support of the Stafford County Public Schools community. 

The annual Band Together to Fight Hunger Showcase of Marching Band Talent will be held on Monday, November 9, 2015, at Mountain View High School. Gates Open at 5:30 p.m. with performances beginning at 7 p.m. The event is held to benefit the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank and donations of non-perishable food or cash donations will be accepted. Rain date is Monday, November 16.
Textbook Adoption Committees for 2015-2016

Textbook committees will be formed in the following subject areas for the 2015-16 school year: Art (K-12), Health (K-12), Driver’s Education, and selected IB courses.

If you are the parent of a current SCPS student and are interested in serving on an adoption committee, please contact Karen Duffy, Supervisor of Libraries and Elective Programs, (duffyka@staffordschools.net).

Please submit your name, contact information (address and phone number), school(s) and grade(s) of your child(ren), and any particular skills, knowledge, or experience you can bring to one of these committees. 
Impact Aid - Student-Parent Survey Form

Your assistance is needed in identifying students with federal connections that qualify for the Impact Aid federal grant program.  This process helps ensure Stafford County Public Schools qualification for and level of Federal Funding for providing K through 12 educational services.  Please click on the link below for additional information and the Student-Parent Survey.
Stafford County Public Schools partners with Stafford County Fire & Rescue in Operation Warm Coats for Kids Campaign

Through generous donations, collaboration and teamwork, Stafford County Fire & Rescue will provide new warm winter coats to Stafford students in need this winter. Operation Warm Coats for Kids believes that the gift of a new coat provides more than physical warmth; it warms the heart of a child, lifts their spirits and shows them they’re valuable and they matter. A new coat helps students make their journey to school even on the coldest of days and inspires hope in a dignified way.

During the next few weeks, Stafford Schools will gather information and provide Stafford County Fire & Rescue the size, type/color, and quantity of coats needed for our students. Because cold weather is just around the corner, these coats will be delivered to Stafford County Schools by the Fire & Rescue Department on October 28, 2015.
For additional information on the program, please visit the Stafford County Fire & Rescue website at: www.staffordfirerescue.com and www.coats-for-kids.org. Stafford County families may contact their child’s school counselor to be placed on the list for a coat. To donate to Operation Warm Coats for Kids, go to https://donate.operationwarm.org/page/contribute/stafford-county


Apply for Free and Reduced Price Meals Online!
Apply for Free & Reduced Meal Benefits
Stafford County Public Schools is pleased to announce the availability of applying for Free and Reduced Price Meals online!  The process is SAFE, SECURE, PRIVATE, and AVAILABLE anytime, anywhere! Click here to apply.  For more information on our school lunch program, please click here.
MISSION STATEMENT:  To empower students to be active participants in their learning and understanding.
Vision Statement
The Rocky Run Learning Community is dedicated to innovate, integrate, and motivate while achieving our mission.

Students will accept and demonstrate their responsibility to be lifelong learners using components of effective effort to include:  Time; Focus; Resourcefulness; Strategies; Use of Feedback; Commitment 
Staff Members - Through collaboration staff members will provide research based, innovative, and engaging instruction. This will be accomplished by creating an environment that fosters an intrinsic desire to learn.
Families & the Community -  Parents, staff, and community members will work together as a collaborative team to encourage students to become active learners and good citizens.
NOTICE!  Some Stafford County Public Schools web pages may contain hyperlinks to one or more external websites.  SCPS does not control the accuracy and/or quality of information obtainted from any external source.


Rocky Run Elementary parents can access the School Report Card using the link below to find school information including student performance, accreditation rating, school safety, attendance rates, teacher qualifications and experience.






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