Parent Survey regarding School Climate
The online parent survey will be
available online until November 17, 2017.
You may complete the survey from any computer with an internet connection. You are asked to complete an online survey about school climate, the learning and teaching/working conditions, to help guide school improvement efforts. We value your feedback. The results of this survey will be used to make changes in your child's school to ensure a positive climate for teaching and learning.
Parent participation in the survey is very important.
If you have questions about the survey or have problems completing the survey, please contact Mrs. Corbett at (304) 725 7310.
When you log onto the survey you will see explanatory information about the survey and the important information below as to your rights as a survey participant:
Your participation is voluntary. You may choose not to participate; not to answer any questions you do not want to answer; and you may stop participating at any time during the survey without penalty.
Your responses will be anonymous and confidential.
Access the Survey at:
Enter this code to start the survey: P037204
Thursday September 7, 2017
ONLY for Ranson Elementary School Students
Complete the OBSTACLE COURSE sponsored by Ranson Police Department to receive A Certificate & a HELMET donated by the WVU Medicine Jefferson Medical Center.
BIKES donated by the City Of Ranson will be Raffled off to Celebrate the Event.
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR WONDERFUL SPONSORS:
CLASSROOM VISITS/ MEET THE TEACHER
Time will be allowed to visit the teachers. Bells will ring to signal the time to visit with another teacher.
Don’t forget Art, Music, Library and P.E.
CELEBRATE LEARNING IN THE GYM
Please plan to join us as we kick off the new school year together.
Lots of important information will be available at
various tables set up for you in our school gym.
Monday, August 21, 2017 our country will experience the first “Coast to Coast” total solar eclipse since 1918. Throughout the day our teachers and students will engage in exciting, educational activities to inform our students of this phenomenon. We will use a variety of resources to provide an unforgettable learning experience for our students in grades 1-5 including viewing the eclipse in the classroom on the Smart board. Each student will have the opportunity to view the eclipse safely while wearing their glasses.
Because student safety is a top priority, we elected to have our students watch the maximum eclipse in their classrooms, therefore, no students will be outside after 2:30 PM. "Eclipser Safe Solar Glasses" (which were lab tested and meet ISO 12312-2 requirements) will be provided to all staff and students to safely enjoy the experience. Students will be instructed on the proper use and will be monitored throughout the process to ensure acceptable viewing procedures. These glasses are being sent home with each student in 1st through 5th grades, so you can view the end of the eclipse together. Did you know in our location, the eclipse will not totally end until 3:59 PM?
MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 2017
TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 2017