top of page

Weekly Announcements

4/14/24

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • We are excited to share that 6 students made the honor roll during the 3rd grading period.  They received a certificate with their report card this past Thursday.

  • Tomorrow is “National Purple-up” Day which recognizes some of the military's most unsung heroes - their children. The day encourages everyone to wear purple representing all branches of the military and showing unity with each other.

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

4/7/24

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with a few announcements:

  • Welcome back from Spring Break.  We hope that everyone got some rest and is ready for the final push for the school year.

  • Report cards will be sent home on Thursday, April 11th. 

  • On April 8, 2024 from approximately 1:55 p.m. until 3:15 p.m., a partial solar eclipse will occur over Rockingham County. While this event can be an exciting educational opportunity, safety is our top priority at Rockingham County Schools. We want to ensure everyone remains safe during the eclipse and school dismissal.

Here are some important safety reminders:

  1. Looking directly at the sun, even during an eclipse, can cause serious eye damage or blindness. 

  2. Use proper solar viewing glasses or handheld solar viewers to safely observe the eclipse. 

  3. Regular sunglasses are not safe for viewing the sun. 

  4. Ensure your child(ren) are aware of the dangers of looking directly at the sun 

  5. While driving, please stay alert and undistracted

  6. If you wish to view this solar event, ensure you are in a safe location away from traffic.  

  7. Together, we can make sure that the solar eclipse is a memorable and safe experience for everyone.

 

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

3/27/24

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with a few announcements:

  • Tomorrow, March 28th, BTWLC will celebrate “March Madness.”  Students and staff are encouraged to wear their favorite team jersey or team colors that represent the Sweet 16 in the playoffs.  

  • As a reminder, tomorrow is also an early release day.  BTW will release at 12:30p.

  • Friday is a teacher workday and the school will be closed for general business next week for Spring Break. All students in RCS return to school on Monday, April 8th. 

  • We held transition meetings for SCORE students who are returning to their base schools this week and sent Transition paperwork home with those students.  They should have provided you with the envelope.  Tomorrow will be their last day with us at BTWLC and we sincerely hope they will continue to have many successes moving forward.

  • Finally, please remember that SCORE students are required to wear a belt at all times.  While we have a few belts that a student may borrow on occasion, they must have their own and wear them daily.  

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

3/24/24

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • Thursday will be an early release day for students.  BTWLC will dismiss students at 12:30p.

  • We will hold our March PBIS Celebration for those students who have demonstrated good character and are passing their coursework on Thursday prior to early release. 

  • Thursday is also the end of the 3rd Grading Period.  Students should ensure all coursework is completed in order to receive credit. 

  • Friday will begin our Spring Break.  The building will be closed for general business from April 1st - April 5th.  Students will return to school on Monday, April 8th.

  • There are seven SCORE students who will transition back to their base schools at the beginning of the 4th Quarter.  Students were provided a letter to take home that had information regarding the process of returning to their base school.  We are proud of their accomplishments and know they will continue to be successful moving forward. 

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center. 

 

3/17/24

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • The USDA has launched a new program called SUN Bucks that will provide grocery-buying assistance to qualifying students beginning this summer.  To ensure a qualifying students can receive these benefits, we need to ensure your current address and contact information match what is in our system.  This verification must be completed no later than March 28th. Please contact Mr. Scott Isley in the main office to verify your address.

 

3/10/24

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • SCORE students on League 3 were provided a “dress-down” letter on Friday for tomorrow.  If a student did not bring home the letter, they did not earn dress-down.

  • We will have the ACT Make-up Exam this Tuesday.

  • Thank you for your cooperation with our backpack policy for Day Treatment students. A letter was sent home two weeks ago that outlined the reasons behind the decision, but please feel free to reach out to Dr. Cumberland if you have any questions. As always, thank you for supporting a positive and safe learning environment for all of our students!

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

3/3/24

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • Thank you for your cooperation with our backpack policy for Day Treatment students. A letter was sent home last week outlining the reasons behind the decision, but please feel free to reach out to Dr. Cumberland if you have any questions. As always, thank you for supporting a positive and safe learning environment for all of our students!

  • Remember that this weekend is Daylight Savings Time.  Turn your clocks ahead 1-hour before going to bed this Saturday.

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

2/25/24

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • Progress reports will be sent home this Wednesday with students.

  • This Thursday, we will hold our February PBIS Celebration for those students who met the requirements this month.  

  • Day Treatment students will no longer be permitted to bring a backpack with them to school. Since Chromebooks and all school supplies are kept at school, there should not be additional items students need to bring back and forth. Students should only bring a water bottle and lunch box if needed. Please reach out to Dr. Cumberland if you have any questions. A letter will be sent home on Monday outlining the reasons for this policy. Thank you for supporting a positive and safe learning environment for all of our students!

  • As a reminder, candy is not permitted to be brought to school.  Also, any store-bought items must be unopened and individual-sized ONLY.  Please refer to your orientation packet for more details.

  • SCORE students are reminded that a belt is required daily as part of their uniform.  Students out of uniform will have to wait until a parent/guardian can bring the required item to school.

  • Students must be on League Three in order to earn dress down.  Those students who earn dress down will receive a letter the day before.  If a student does not have a letter, they must wear their regular uniform to school.

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

2/18/24

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • We are excited to share that many of the SCORE students have leagued up:  2 students moved up to League 2, 11 moved up to League 3, and 1 moved up to League 4.  

  • As a reminder, Day Treatment students who are car riders may be dropped off no earlier than 8:15 and must be picked up no later than 2:30. 

  • This Thursday (2/22) is an early release day for all students in Rockingham County.  BTWLC will dismiss students at 12:30p.  

  • Friday is a teacher workday.  There will be no school for students.

  • Progress reports for the 3rd Quarter will be sent home with students the week of February 25th.

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

2/4/24 - 

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • The SCORE team is happy to announce that 12 students have advanced from League 1 to League 2 this week.  We are proud of their accomplishments.

  • As a friendly reminder, students are not permitted to “stack clothing” under their pants (for example wearing basketball shorts under their main pair of pants.)  Please remind your students not to do this when preparing for school.  

  • Coming up in 10 days is Valentine's Day.  As a friendly reminder, deliveries are not accepted at the school for students.  We ask that you save these special items for them when they return home from school. 

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

1/28/24 - 

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • Report cards will be distributed to all students on Tuesday, January 30th.  We are happy to announce that 9 students made the honor roll for the 2nd grading period.

  • SCORE families.  We are having to address some items with the dress code and would like to ask for your assistance.  Please help remind your student to keep their pants pulled up and their shirts tucked in at all times. Belts are also required. Students should be in the dress code before getting on the bus in the mornings.  Please refer to the orientation packet that was reviewed during our initial meeting.  If you need assistance with anything, please reach out to Ms. Doss or Mr. Rice.

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

1/21/24 - 

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • Monday and Tuesday are teacher workdays.

  • Wednesday begins the 2nd semester.  High school students will have new classes and will receive their new schedule upon arrival at school.  

  • Report cards will be sent home with students on Monday, January 29th.

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

1/15/24 - 

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • We are proud to announce that we have four students who have completed the requirements for graduation and will be early grads this month.  They will be able to participate in commencement ceremonies at their base schools in June.  Congratulations on achieving this milestone!

  • Tomorrow, we will continue with exams.  The Biology EOC and CORE two teacher-made exams will be administered.  Wednesday will be Math I and Core Three.  Thursday will be Math III; English II, and Core 4 exams.  If your child has an exam, please ensure they get a good night's sleep.

  • Just a reminder that there is no school for students on Monday and Tuesday next week.  These are required Teacher Workdays.

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

1/7/24 - 

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • Last week, a letter was sent home with students about a parenting class.  Please compete the requested information and have your child return it to Ms. Doss by January 31st.  

  • Exams will begin this Friday.  Students received a copy of their exam schedule last week to bring home.  Teacher made exams and EOC’s will be administered at the same time this semester.  Please help encourage your child to do their best and ensure they receive a good night’s rest prior to their exam day.  

  • Next Monday, January 15th - the school will be closed in observance of the Martin Luther King Holiday.

  • Several students in the SCORE program are slated to return to their base schools beginning the second semester.  A letter will be sent home this week with those students providing instruction for parents to register with the base school.  

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

1/1/24 - 

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • We hope everyone had a relaxing and joyous Holiday Break.

  • We are excited to welcome some new staff members to our school family.

    • Ms. Valentine retired on December 31st.  On behalf of the BTWLC family, we thank Ms. Valentine for her service of over 30 years as a bus driver for RCS.  

    • Ms. Gwen Eaton will now serve as the driver for bus 58 beginning on Wednesday morning.

    • Dr. Kendra Cumberland will serve as our new Day Treatment Director beginning tomorrow.

    • Mr. Rashwan McNeal will join our custodial team starting tomorrow.  

  • Staff will have an optional workday on Tuesday, January 2nd.

  • Students return to school on Wednesday, January 3rd.

  • BTWLC will start our exams beginning on January 12th.  An exam schedule will be posted on our website (www.scorecenter.org) soon.

    • Friday, 12 Jan - CORE 1

    • Tuesday, 16 Jan - CORE 2

    • Wednesday, 17 Jan - CORE 3

    • Thursday, 18 Jan - CORE 4

    • Friday, 19 Jan - Make-Up Exams

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

  • Happy New Year!

 

12/10/23 - 

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • We want to thank everyone who participated in the “Holiday Breakfast” this past Friday and hope you enjoyed yourself.  We are grateful for our sponsors:  PG’s, Bojangles, Food Lion, Starbucks, Lowe’s Foods, The Reidsville Area Foundation, The Rockingham Educational Foundation, The Farm Bureau, Car Needs, McMichael Equipment Trading, First Christian United Church of Christ in Burlington, and the Rockingham County Board of Education.  

  • Last week, students took home a letter about the Rockingham County Schools Social/Emotional Learning Survey.  This year, families will have the option to “Opt-IN” for their child to take the survey.  The time frame to complete this “opt-in” form will close on this Tuesday, December 12th.   A link will be provided in our Weekly Announcements tab on the Booker T. Washington website which is (www.scorecenter.org).  You can view the questions and complete the form to give your child permission to participate in the survey.

  • SEL Survey LINK:  https://sites.google.com/rock.k12.nc.us/rcs-student-sel-survey/home

  • This Friday, we will hold our December PBIS for those students who achieve the behavioral and academic requirements.  

  • Tuesday, December 19th will be the last day of school before the Christmas Break.  

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

12/3/23 - 

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • Tomorrow, students will bring home a letter about the Rockingham County Schools Social/Emotional Learning Survey.  This year, families will have the option to “Opt-IN” for their child to take the survey.  The time frame to complete this “opt-in” form is between December 4th - 12th.  A link will be provided in our Weekly Announcements tab on the Booker T. Washington website which is (www.scorecenter.org).  You can view the questions and complete the form to give your child permission to participate in the survey.

  • SEL Survey LINK:  https://sites.google.com/rock.k12.nc.us/rcs-student-sel-survey/home

  • We are very excited about the “Holiday Breakfast” that will take place this Friday, December 8th beginning at 9:30am in the cafeteria.  If you have completed the RSVP, you may enter the building through the side cafeteria door (located across from the baseball diamond) beginning at 9:15am.  We look forward to seeing you there as we celebrate the Holiday Season together!

  • As always, we thank you for your continued support of teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

11/26/23 - 

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • Families, please be mindful of the RCS Dress Code as your child prepares to attend school each day.  SCORE students have a required uniform to adhere to.  Day Treatment students must follow the RCS dress code policy (which can be referenced on pg 21 of the Student Handbook.)  Remember that shirts must cover the waistband of the bottom garment.  We appreciate your assistance.

  • Tomorrow, we will hold our November PBIS celebration with tree decorating and hot chocolate.

  • Next Friday, 8 December, we will have our “Holiday Breakfast” at 9:30am.  RSVP’s have been submitted.  If your plans change, please reach out to Ms. Doss ASAP as we have submitted our number of people to our sponsors.

  • As always, we thank you for your continued support of teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

11/19/23 -

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • There are only two days of school this week.  The building will be closed on Wednesday - Friday for the Thanksgiving Holiday.

  • When students return to school on Monday, November 27th, we will hold our November PBIS celebration with some hot chocolate and tree decorating.

  • On Friday, December 8th, BTWLC will host a “Holiday Family Breakfast” from 9:30a - 11:30a.  We plan to have some breakfast goodies, holiday music, ornament decorating, and maybe a visit from the “Man in the red suit.”  An RSVP form was sent home last week with each student.  Please ensure you return the RSVP form by Tuesday this week to indicate if you will be able to join us or not for planning purposes.  

  • On behalf of the faculty and staff at Booker T. Washington, we wish you all a “Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving Holiday.”  

 

11/12/23 -

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • We will begin our check-in testing this week.  Please ensure students are on time to school so we can promptly begin testing as scheduled.  

  • We have seven school days until the Thanksgiving Holiday Break.  Please encourage your child to keep up with their school work and to remain on their best behavior.

  • On Friday, December 8th, BTWLC will host a “Holiday Family Breakfast” from 9:30a - 11:30a.  We plan to have some breakfast goodies, holiday music, and ornament decorating.  An RSVP form will be sent home with your child this week.  If you plan to attend this event with your child, please ensure the RSVP is returned before the Thanksgiving break so we can plan accordingly.

  • This Friday will be the last day that Ms. Serena Hooker will be with us as the Day Treatment Director.  We appreciate everything that she has done for the program and for the Day Treatment students.  While she will be missed greatly, we wish her the best as she transitions to her next endeavor.

  • As always, we thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

11/5/23 -

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • Parents, please be on the lookout for calls to set up any IEP or CFT meetings.

  • Report cards will be distributed to students tomorrow.

  • We are pleased to announce that BTWLC had 12 students make the honor roll during the first quarter.  Congratulations to you all.  Your hard work paid off!

  • Thursday will be an early release day with BTWLC releasing at 12:30p.  

  • Friday, the school will be closed in observance of Veterans Day.

  • As always, we thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

10/22/23 -

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • This week, we will participate in the “Red Ribbon” campaign. During Red Ribbon Week, youth and adults around the nation pledge to increase their knowledge by learning more about the destructive effects of drug abuse, including prescription drug misuse, and renew their commitment to live a healthy, drug-free lifestyle.

  • We will begin on Monday be everyone wearing “Red.”  Tuesday through Friday will have different themes as well.  Students were provided with a flyer to bring home which provided more information.

  • On Wednesday, 1st - 5th-grade students and 8th-grade students will have their vision checked by the school nurse.  Also, 1st - 3rd graders will have their annual auditory screening.

  • Thursday morning, all BTWLC students will get to participate in the BetaBox Experience sponsored by SPARK NC.  During this time, students will get to experience some hands-on activities through various technological outlets.  

  • Remember that Friday is an early release day, the end of the 1st Quarter, and our October PBIS Celebration.  Students will dismiss at 12:30p.

  • Monday, October 30th is a teacher workday and there will be no school for students.

  • Finally, on behalf of the BTWLC faculty and staff, we want to wish those students transitioning back to their base schools next week the very best of luck.  We are very proud of each of you.  Continue to reach for the stars.

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

10/15/23 -

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • Day Treatment Students are taking a field trip on Thursday, October 19th.

  • The end of the grading period is on Friday, October 27th which is an Early Release Day.

  • October 30th will be a teacher workday.  There will be no school for students.

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

10/8/23 -

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • This week, we will have a “Spirit Week” where all students and staff can participate in a bit of fun.

    • Tomorrow - Monday is Wacky Hair Day.

    • Tuesday will be tie-dye day

    • Wednesday will be Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

    • Thursday will be neon/bright colours

    • Friday will be sports team gear

  • There are three full weeks left in the first quarter of school.  Keep encouraging your child to do their best not only with their academics but with their behavior as well.

  • October 27th is a two-hour early release day.  BTWLC will dismiss at 12:30p

  • October 30th will be a teacher work day.  There will be no school for students.

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

10/1/23 -

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • This is a reminder that the cafeteria staff will offer A La Carte items for students to purchase during lunch such as chips, ice cream, juice, etc. Money for the week should be brought in on Mondays to be turned into the cafeteria staff to put on the student's account.

  • Last Tuesday, we had a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the SPARK NC Lab where students got to demonstrate what they have learned to the Reidsville Chamber of Commerce, City Council Members, the Reidsville Mayor, School Board Members, and many other esteemed guests.  All the students did an amazing job at showcasing what they have learned so far this school year in the lab.

  • Also, this past Thursday, fifteen students received the September PBIS award celebration.  They watched a movie and had some popcorn and drinks.  We are very proud of their academic and behavioral accomplishments.

  • Progress reports will be sent home on Monday, October 2nd.

  • Reminder to Day Treatment students, to complete and return field trip permission slip with money by October 6th.  

  • Thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

9/24/23 - 

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • We have several things to celebrate this week.  Four SCORE students have moved up to League 4 Status and six SCORE students have moved up to League 3 status.  In Day Treatment, we had one student level up to Level 4 after completing Level 3.  Keep up the excellent work!

  • This is a reminder that the cafeteria staff will offer A La Carte items for students to purchase during lunch such as chips, ice cream, juice, etc. Money for the week should be brought in on Mondays to be turned into the cafeteria staff to put on the student's account.  

  • Students earning the September PBIS celebration will get to have some popcorn and watch a movie this Thursday.  Remember that PBIS includes both behavior and academic achievement.

  • Also on Thursday, September 28th, RCS will have a 2-hour release for all schools.  BTWLC will dismiss students at 12:30p

  • On Friday, September 29th, there is no school for students.

  • Progress reports will be sent home on Monday, October 2nd.

 

9/17/23

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • We are very excited that the students at BTWLC have been doing exceptionally well at school.  We are proud of their behavior.

  • Starting tomorrow, Monday, 18 September 2023, the cafeteria staff will offer A La Carte items for students to purchase during lunch such as chips, ice cream, etc…  Each item will cost $1.00.  Students will give staff their money upon arrival to school and it will be placed in an envelope.  They should not bring any more than what will be used on a daily basis.  It is asked that they bring exact change for any A La Carte purchases.  Please remember that all items are brought up from Moss Street Elementary and these items may be limited.

  • On Thursday, September 28th - RCS will have a 2-hour early release.

  • On Friday, September 29th - there will be no school for students as teachers will have a workday.

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at BTWLC.

 

9/12/23

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

Our priority is the safety of our students and staff. In the coming days, we will be conducting our annual Sandy Hook Promise Say Something Anonymous Reporting System program for our school for grades 6-12. We will be training our students on this program on Wednesday, September 13, 2023, during our SEL time.

Say Something is a safety prevention program from Sandy Hook Promise. All schools in North Carolina 6-12 are required to implement this program based on NC statute. Say Something is an anonymous reporting system that lets students, parents, staff, and community members securely share safety concerns. Say Something focuses on students and staff safety by providing a way to report concerning behavior, which then helps schools prevent violence, suicide, bullying, and self-harm, and any other concerning behavior. Students can submit an anonymous tip through an app, website, or phone call when they notice concerning or threatening behavior. The information is shared with our school district crisis team and administrators so they can help our students. You can view our website and look for the “Say Something App for More Information.” Students can begin reporting on Wednesday, September 13, 2023, and they can find the information to access the app, phone number, or email on our school and district website. Just look for the Say Something Icon!

Thank you for your support!

 

9/10/23

No announcements this week.

9/3/23

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • I would like to thank everyone for a wonderful opening of school last week.  Students did an excellent job at school and on the bus.  I know that everyone will continue to do their best as we move through the school year.

  • All schools will be closed tomorrow, September 4th, in observance of Labour Day.

  • SCORE families - On Tuesday, we will send home some important forms for you to complete to help ensure our database is up to date.  Students who return the completed forms on Wednesday will get to participate in the first “Friday Dress Down.”  We are looking for 100% completion!

  • On our website, you can find updated information on student testing for this school year.  Please scroll down to the “Test Information” link towards the bottom of the main webpage (www.scorecenter.org).

  • Thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

 

8/27/23

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements:

  • On behalf of the entire faculty and staff at BTWLC, we would like to welcome everyone back to school tomorrow.  We hope that each of you had a restful and rejuvenating summer break.  We are looking forward to all the great things that our students will accomplish this school year.  Please know that if you ever have any questions, please call or email us at any time.

  • For those families who were unable to attend the open house, we will send home a few “beginning of the year” forms that should be completed and returned this week to ensure we have the most up-to-date information.

  • SCORE students - please remember to follow our dress code:  khaki pants, polo shirt - tucked in your pants, belt, and shoes.  This year, SCORE students are not permitted to wear any jewelry.  

  • We are excited to announce that all students will receive a hot breakfast and lunch that will be served by Moss Street Elementary.  All students in Rockingham County will receive free breakfast and lunch every day.  

  • Finally, as a reminder, all weekly announcements will be posted on our website at www.scorecenter.org.  

  • As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

8/23/23

Good afternoon.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with a few announcements.

  • We will hold our Open House tomorrow evening (Thursday, August 24th) from 3:00p - 6:30p.  We invite you to come by and visit your classroom teachers.  Parents, there are a few forms that will need to be updated.  

  • SCORE families, remember that students must follow the uniform dress code.  There have been a few updates to our dress code.  These updates will be posted on our school website by Friday afternoon at www.scorecenter.org.

  • Please note that weekly announcements will be made every Sunday around 6:00p as well as posted on our School Website.  

  • We look forward to seeing you tomorrow evening at our annual Open House!

  • Thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

 

7/12/23

We hope everyone has an enjoyable summer.  We will reach out to new SCORE Program families in August to schedule orientation.  Dates are August 17th, 22nd, or 24th at 9:30am.  Orientation should last about 1.5 hours at the most.  Parents and students are required to attend.

Returning students will receive orientation on the first day of school and will be provided an updated orientation packet to take home as there have been changes made for this school year.

As always, thank you for supporting teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

bottom of page