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Ranson Elementary School
600 North Preston Street
Ranson, WV 25438
304-725-7310
 
Debra Corbett, Principal

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              Happy Spring from Ranson Elementary!
     
    Happy Spring
     
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  • Liliana
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
              Congratulations to Liliana Lopez, fifth grader at Ranson Elementary. 
              She earned first place in the 2014 Annual Martin Luther King, Jr.
              Poster Contest for grades 3 - 5 in the State of West Virginia. 
              Liliana is shown with art teacher, Emily Cumberland, who encouraged
              Liliana to enter the contest. Ranson Elementary is very proud of Liliana.
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    Parents, please take the survey using the login information
    forwarded to you in your letter from RES.
    This link will be active beginning March 3 

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  • Ranson Elementary Nutrition News
     
    Ranson Elementary has been named one of three Jefferson County Schools to participate in a federal meals grant that provides free meals to all students enrolled in those schools.
     
    This Universal Free Meal Project is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture.  The goal of the grant is to provide nutritious meals to all students in qualifying schools regardless of income.
     
    Throughout West Virginia, 35 counties serving 90,000 public school students are taking part in this Community Eligibility Option Grant.
     
    Increasing the number of students at Ranson Elementary who eat school breakfast and lunch will help insure additional years in which our school will qualify for this grant.
     
    Nutritious food leads to healthy bodies and minds.
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  • Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program
     

    Ranson Elementary School has been awarded a grant for a fresh fruit and vegetable program for this school year.

     

    The grant will provide a serving of fresh fruit or vegetables at least two times aweek for each child at no cost to our families. The nutritious snacks will be delivered to the classrooms in mid-afternoon and will be in addition to the fruits and vegetables that may be served at lunch.

     

    Students will have the option to say “no, thank you”should they not care for the snack offered that day.

     

    If you would like to help prepare and serve theafternoon fruits or vegetables please contact our parent coordinator, Monica Addison, here at school.  The number is 304-725-7310.

     

    Please let your child’s teacher know if your child has any fruit or vegetable allergies.

     

    We are pleased to have been awarded this grant that will encourage students to learn healthy options when selecting snacks.

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  •   To win in life . . .
              RESPECT yourself.
                    RESPECT others.
                           RESPECT our school.
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  •                                  Ranson Elementary School
                                            A West Virginia
               High Progress Reward School
     
    We did it!
     
    This group of students represents all the students and staff at Ranson Elementary
     who are taking a minute to celebrate some excellent news!
     
    Two schools in Jefferson County received high honors from the State
    Department of Education in West Virginia.  CW Shipley was named a
    High Performance Reward School and a High Progress Reward School.
     
    Ranson Elementary was named a High Progress Reward School. 
    Reward schools have shown outstanding achievement and/or growth
    on their WESTEST II assessments.
     
    Only the top ten per cent of the state's over 800 schools were eligible
    for this honor.  Of this ten percent approximately twenty schools
    continued to meet the requirements to receive these honors.
     
    Mrs. Corbett, school principal said, " Ranson Elementary School is
    honored to be recognized as a West Virginia High Progress School. 
    Our staff and students work hard to strive and maintain high academic
    standards and progress among all groups and subgroups.  Ranson's
    Strategic Plan is the key roadmap to our success guiding all our
    stakeholders to reach school wide goals while focusing on our
    core beliefs."
     
     
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