In the spirit of community and collaboration, the 1st grade Cheetahs and the wonderful Ms. Sue Ford combined their efforts for an Earth Day Celebration and Song Circle yesterday. This celebration was a great success. If you missed the celebration, here are some pictures from the event.
Please give Rainbow Community School some love in the following categories: ★ Kids – Ballot Section: Preschool ★ Kids – Ballot Section: School Pre-College ★ Kids – Ballot Section: Art Education Program ★ Kids – Ballot Section: After School Program Voting ends at 12:00 p.m. (noon) Tuesday, April 7th, through 11:59 […]
Last Saturday 7 remarkable Rainbow students competed at the Odyssey of the Mind state Competition at the Appalachian State College up in Boone. Odyssey of the mind is a creativity competition, designed to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills, collaborative creativity and independence… Perfect for Rainbow students. Our kids (listed […]
Imagine, if you will, a creative competition that allows students to express themselves artistically, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. These expressions are in alignment with Rainbow’s seven domains of child development. Now, imagine the pressure of performing for judges and parents and against other students. This weekend our own team of […]
It’s always a pleasure to see our students passionate for personal activities. Caleb Mcntosh’s (sixth grade) and Lena Usher’s (sixth grade) poetry was published in the Mountain Xpress newspaper in March. Rainbow Community School is very proud of you! Below are the poems that were published by the Mountain Xpress. I used to Be I used to be squeaky, whiny, […]
It is always exciting to hear about our staff’s personal success and this time, Rainbow Community School wants to congratulate our very own sixth grade teacher, Jennifer Armocida! Jennifer’s project, “Better Business: Socially Beneficial Entrepreneurship,” was selected by the Freedoms Foundation to receive their highest award for excellence in enterprise education. The Freedom Foundation […]