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Wednesday, April 1, 2020

A successful beginning for remote learning at RSI!

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson

At the Renascence School International we have begun a new period of educating our students remotely and online. The COVID-19 pandemic is unlike anything our students have experienced before, and Renascence School International is dedicated to keep our students learning, engaged and moving forward! RSI has been working hard to prepare for a new period of remote learning as we navigate this uncertain time.

We are proud that our students have not missed a beat! After an early two-week Spring Break, students are back to school and teachers are back to educating in a new and exciting way! RSI students have now entered a temporary period of remote learning! Of course there is always room for improvement! We will continue to work on making remote learning the best it can be for you and your children. Now. more than ever, RSI is committed to continue giving students the highest level of education and preparing them to be the global leaders of tomorrow! Thank you RSI families and staff for your continued support as we begin this new journey together! Read More

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Dr. Seuss Week – these pictures are sure to bring a smile!

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson & Nicole Kelly

What a fun week of celebrating literacy! On March 11th RSI students participated in Dr. Suess week. A special time when students and staff dressed up and celebrated reading. Students dressed up as their favorite Seuss characters, read Seuss books and enjoyed fun crafts and activities. Although it was a lot of fun to wear silly clothes all week, last week was about engaging RSI children in reading and encouraging them to read on a daily basis. Read More

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

RSI Open House 2020

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson & Nicole Kelly

Thank you for attending RSI’s Open House! Students did a great job showing parents around campus. Families hopped from class to class as students showed their parents what they have been working on throughout the year. RSI teachers also did a wonderful job displaying student work, experiments, and creative projects! Read More

Saturday, March 14, 2020

RSI moves Spring Break up 2 weeks to help prevent the spread of COVID-19

Outside the Box – Nicole Kelly

Spring Break Starts Monday
Due to current health concerns around the Coronavirus (COVID-19) RSI’s Spring Break will be rescheduled for the next two week (March 16th – March 27th). The campus will be closed for break beginning Monday, March 16th. This means any events that were scheduled to take place before break (e.g. Egg Hunt, L10 Field Trip, ect.) will be cancelled or postponed until further notice.<!–more–>

Please keep an eye out for emails from RSI as we will continue to keep families updated on a regular basis and informed regarding our students’ return to campus and our re-opening procedures. More details can be found in Mrs. Mizera’s “Spring Break now starts March 16” email that was sent on Thursday. As always, RSI’s administrative team is ready to help answer any questions to the best of our ability at this time.

The incubation period is roughly 5 days. Please note symptoms include sore throat and dry cough which can lead to pneumonia, high fever and difficulty breathing. If you have a runny nose and sputum, you have a common cold. Coronavirus pneumonia is a dry cough with no runny nose. Drink plenty of water and seek medical attention if symptoms develop. Thank you for doing your part to help slow the spread of this virus.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Blooming with Kindness

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson and Nicole Kelly

RSI students are cultivating a culture of kindness by participating in the Kindness Challenge. Each day students were challenged to participate in various acts of kindness. Whether it was exchanging a passing smile, high-fiving classmates, or giving their teacher a compliment, students were lighting up the campus with kindness. Students were also challenged to take the acts of kindness to their community, either by picking up trash or donating items to local food pantries.

Students also came up with their own acts of kindness – like being kind to the environment, being a good sport when playing with others, being a good friend, and being kind to their teachers by working diligently in class. Students created unique posters to capture their idea of kindness. Renascence School International is proud of its students for having a spectacular week! Read More