« May 2015 »
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
26
27
28
29
30
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
1
2
3
4
5
6

 

 
 
ENGAGE IN LEARNING

Nick Roman, Principal
Jenn Jones, Assistant Principal

 

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

 








 
 

Rocky Run

Elementary


 2015 SOL Schedule


click here to view.

 
 

RRES Parent Input Survey for Student Placement

Each spring, there is considerable discussion about placing children in classes for the next school year. Our objective is to form well-balanced classes in which all children have an opportunity to learn and grow in their academic and social skills. When classes are structured, the following Stafford County Public School guidelines are considered:
• An even boy/girl balance
• A balanced proportion of abilities and learning styles across classes
• A balanced student/teacher ratio

Once these factors have been considered, classes of children who show promise of working well together will be formed. The class lists will then be turned in to the administration who will consider parent input as well as student and teacher personality before finalizing the lists.

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY
  

Outdoor Adventures with the Library

When the warm weather tempts your family to explore the great outdoors, the public library can expand your experience and the fun. We offer a variety of activities guaranteed to provide engaged educational entertainment. Learn more about our Adventure Packs, Stafford Trailblazers booklet and Geocaching Trail here.


 
Rocky Run Calendar​           
 


Click on the picture to view May/June Newsletter.

 

 


 
 
 
District Announcements
Stafford County High School Graduations Scheduled for Saturday, June 13

All Stafford County high schools will host graduation ceremonies at their schools on Saturday, June 13, 2015.  More than 2,000 county students will participate in the ceremonies.  More...News Release 14-67

 
Stafford County Schools Announce Honors and Excellence Awards for 2015

Stafford County Schools is proud to present the 2015 Honors and Excellence Awards.  These awards include our Principal of the Year, Teachers of the Year, Service Employees of the Year, Assistant Principal of the Year, Counselor of the Year and First Class New Teacher of the Year.

Stafford County Public Schools announced the selection of Anne E. Moncure Elementary School’s Principal, Greg Machi as the 2015 Principal of the Year.  The Washington Post also recognized Mr. Machi as one of their 2015 Distinguished Educational Leadership Awards recipients. 

Mark Hughes from Mountain View High School was selected as the 2015 Teacher of the Year.  The Washington Post also recognized him as The Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher recipient for Stafford County acknowledging teachers who work hard to ensure children receive a high-quality education. 

Other 2015 annual honors and awards include:
  • Terri Rivero from Rodney Thompson Middle School as Assistant Principal of the Year
  • Sharon Hayward from Anne E. Moncure Elementary School as the "First Class Teacher of the Year"
  • Susan Biggs from Stafford High School as Counselor of the Year
Additional information on all of our 2015 Honors Recognition can be found here.

Stafford County Schools also selected the 2015 Service Employees of the Year.  The four finalists are:
  1. Karen Miller, Administrative Assistant of the Year -- Karen was selected to receive the Service Employee of the Year vehicle provided by Apple Federal Credit Union.  This vehicle is provided for the use of the service employee and his or her work site for the entire year!
  2. Lupe Keitz, Instructional Support Person of the Year
  3. Barbara Majors, Service Support Person of the Year
  4. Deborah N. McCue, Professional and Technical Support Person of the Year
For a complete list of all of our 2015 Excellence Awards, please click here.



More...News Release 14-66
2015 SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM INFORMATION

During the summer of 2015, Stafford County Public Schools will offer academic classes for new and repeat credit, and driver’s education (both classroom and Behind the Wheel).  Information about the SOL remediation/test review for students, who pass a class but fail the SOL test, as well as the Jump Start program, are also included.  Please use the link below for program information.

PRE-REGISTRATION:  April 27 through June 8 in the high school or middle school counseling centers.  The only exception is registration for Behind the Wheel.  Please see the Behind the Wheel Summer Program flyer for the three specific dates (May 6, May 20 and June 17) and sites for registration of this particular summer program.
2014-2015 SPECIAL EDUCATION PARENT INVOLVEMENT SURVEY

All parents of school-aged children and youth who receive special education services in Virginia’s schools are encouraged to complete the Virginia Department of Education’s annual Parent Involvement Survey. This survey is not intended to measure satisfaction with the special education program. It is designed to determine whether or not the school facilitated parent involvement. The English and Spanish versions of the survey have been combined into one survey with both languages.
 
If you have questions related to the Parent Involvement Survey, please contact Hank Millward hank.millward@doe.virginia.gov at the Virginia Department of Education (804) 371-0525.  Click here for the Parent Involvement Survey. Please complete the survey by September 30, 2015.
2015-2016 In-County Student Transfer Window is Now Open

The in-county student transfer window for the 2015-16 school year is now open.  The transfer window will close on August 1, 2015.  Stafford County Public Schools will accept transfers for the 2015-16 school year within this timeframe.  To find information about how to apply for a student transfer, click here.
Efficiency Study and Shared Services Reports

The Efficiency Study of Stafford County Public Schools conducted by Evergreen Evergreen Solutions, LLC and the Shared Services Reports conducted by DecideSmart, LLC, were presented and the documents can be found below. 
 
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.
 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rocky Run website is a public site. You do not need a login to access the pages.
Please, explore our site and the useful resources posted here.

 
 
Last Updated: May 27, 2015
 
Contact the Webmaster
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Nondiscrimination Policy | Site Map | Privacy Policy | View "printer-friendly" page | Login   In Japanese  In Korean  En français  Auf Deutsch  In italiano   No português  En español  In Russian  
Site powered by SchoolFusion.com © 2015 - Educational website content management