On Saturday, September 9, the Richmond Land Trust hosted another enjoyable pie social. Community members gathered to enjoy good pie and good company. Highlights of the afternoon included an interesting exhibit in the Northeast Schoolhouse and the awarding of the Charles and Mary Kusik Citizenship Award to our beloved Selectman Al Hanson. RCS students Ellie Kanz and Emily Roller were the Youth Winners of the 2017 Photo Contest! Their works can be viewed at: http://www.richmondlandtrust.net/photo-contest.html.
Many of our RCS students- past, present, and future- attended the Richmond Library program this Saturday, July 8. The wonderful educator from Springfield's Zoo in Forest Park and Education Center introduced the kids to animals ranging from a corn snake to a Madagascar hissing cockroach to an albino ferret! This event kicked was an exciting kick off to the summer reading program. Reading logs are available at the library, and must be returned by August 24th. Happy Reading!
The 5th grade has been working with Mrs. Martin on learning how to play volleyball in gym class. While they were playing Ava Gamberoni and Alyssa Potvin had the privilege to go down and take photos of the fifth grade during their volleyball class.
Grade 7B works on ELA and Science persuasiveessays on environmental issues that they feel passionate about. This may include rising sea level, pollution in space, animal endangerment, and so many other great and very important topics.
Richmond School is back at it again with The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon! This year they did an insane performance of all 209 fairytales of The Brothers Grimm fit into 2½ hours. The process was fun and crazy including lots of games, directions, running, and most of all screaming. The whole cast was very enthusiastic throughout the whole performance. The play was very well directed by the one and only Amy Brentano who had been doing the plays here for years. Although she had taken a break and left for three or so years to go to BCD, she eventually came back to the school in convenience of her children having similar break times between high school and middle school. The process began deep into December when they had auditions and then their first rehearsal right before the holiday break. The play opened on February 10th and continued on to have a matinee and a night show on Saturday. Overall, the play was wonderful and exciting with much audience participation, and we all hope that Amy will come back next year!
Ramblewild is a tree-to-tree adventure park located in Berkshire County. They harvest maple syrup along with maple water and offer an areal park outdoors right among the trees across 1400+ acres of land. This adventure park, in Feronia Forests', consists of 8 courses with over 130 individual elements used to excite and challenge visitors' minds and bodies and envelope them in the beautiful Hemlock grove. The arial park is on 10+ acres of land and has a 200 foot suspension bridge along with zip lines over the ravine which divides it. Ramblewild also offers programs for schools and rumor has it that the upper grades here at Richmond, might be visiting it closer to the end of school.
On November 4 Cassidy and Ava, went down to the 1st grade to see what they were doing. We soon found out that were voting! Yes yes we know that 1st graders are a little young to vote so with the election however they were voting on the new school snack! The choices were all so good but the results clearly pointed on the S'mores Brownies. We will have this brownie on January 1st! I think it is safe to say that all the kids are very excited for January to try the new snack for the first time.
This post is done by, Ava Gamberoni and Cassidy Kenney
On November 2, 2016, the kindergarten at RCS worked on a fun project to show support for our veterans at the Veteran's Day luncheon on November 10th right here at RCS.
This post is brought to you by Talia Caine, an 8th grade student at RCS.
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Berkshire county. Richmond Consolidated School welcomes students from preschool through eighth grade. Our commitment to academic achievement, social integration, and arts appreciation provides our students with a solid, beneficial foundation for lifelong learning and success.
Our newly renovated facility supports state-of-the-art classroom learning as well as the development of skills in laboratory science, physical education, music, creative and performing arts, and computer technology. Our goal is to provide opportunities for students to become involved, creative, caring individuals as well as academic achievers. As a community of learners, we are committed to creating a school environment that encourages positive self-esteem, critical thinking, responsibility, respect, citizenship and a lifelong love of learning. We have 151 students in our building both from the Richmond community and surrounding towns. We are able to offer these students a quality education with small classes and enriching activities. Please call 413.698.2207 for more information about our School Choice program.
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