Weekly Announcements

5/15/22

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

  • Middle School EOG Exams will begin this Friday, May 20th and will run through Thursday, May 26th.

  • High School EOC Exams will begin on Friday, May 27th and run through June 3rd.  

  • Please visit our website at www.scorecenter.org and click on the “Testing Information” Link under the “What’s New” section for more information.

  • Rockingham County Schools are asking for your feedback.  We ask that you please complete a brief survey about Title 1/Safe Schools that is posted on our website.  The survey will be open from May 2nd - May 27th.  Your input is valued and appreciated.

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

 

 

5/8/22

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

  • This week is Mental Health Awareness Week.  Students will select a positive quote that stands out to them and write it outside on the sidewalk using chalk.  On Friday, we ask that everyone wear “GREEN” in support of Mental Health Awareness Week.

  • This week is also School Nurse Appreciation Week.

  • We are four weeks away from the end of the school year.  You should have received progress reports last week and students were asked to have them signed and returned to their teacher.  Some students are behind on their work.  Please encourage your child to work hard while in school.  Students may also access some coursework at home.

  • Middle School EOG Exams will begin in nine school days starting on Friday, May 20th - Thursday, May 26th.

  • High School EOC Exams will begin in fourteen school days starting on Friday, May 27th - June 3rd.  More information will be posted on our website soon.

  • Rockingham County Schools are asking for your feedback.  We ask that you please complete a brief survey about Title 1/Safe Schools that is posted on our website at www.scorecenter.org.  The survey will be open from May 2nd - May 27th.  Your input is valued and appreciated.

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

 

 

5/1/22

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

  • Rockingham County Schools are asking for your feedback.  We ask that you please complete a brief survey about Title 1/Safe Schools that is posted on our website at www.scorecenter.org.  The survey will be open from May 2nd - May 27th.  Your input is valued and appreciated.

  • This week is “Teacher Appreciation Week.”  Make sure you let your teachers how much you appreciate their hard work and dedication to teaching and learning.

  • Progress reports will be distributed to students on Wednesday.

  • Our PBIS Celebration for April was postponed and will take place this Friday, May 6th.  Students must not have any disciplinary referrals and pass their coursework with a “C” or show significant academic progress.  A letter will be sent home on Thursday if your child has earned this privilege. 

  • Middle School EOG Exams will run from Friday, May 20th - Thursday, May 26th.

  • High School EOC Exams will run from Friday, May 27th - June 3rd.  More information will be posted on our website soon.

  • As a reminder, all of our weekly announcements can be found on our website and you can also follow us on Twitter @btwlc_rcs

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

 

 

4/24/22

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

  • We had a very successful “Earth Day” this past Friday.  There are still some things to complete, but we appreciate everyone’s participation.  This was a great “team-building” activity for our students.  

  • This Wednesday, Mr. Hicks - guidance counselor from Reidsville High School - will meet with all 8th - 11th-grade students to talk about course options for the next school year.

  • On Friday, we will hold our April PBIS Celebration with a kickball tournament in the afternoon.  Students must not have any disciplinary referrals and pass their coursework with a “C” or show significant academic progress.  A letter will be sent home on Thursday if your child has earned this privilege.  

  • As a reminder, all of our weekly announcements can be found on our website at www.scorecenter.org.  You can also follow us on Twitter @btwlc_rcs

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

 

 

 

4/21/22

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with an important announcement:

  • Tomorrow, Friday, April 21st, the staff and students of Booker T. Washington Learning Center will participate in some Earth Day activities around campus.  We will clean up yard debris, spread out mulch, and plant flowers around the building.  With this activity, students and staff are permitted to dress appropriately (still following the dress code guidelines - school appropriate clothing).  Students received a letter with the dress down guidelines.  We look forward to engaging in some fun activities while learning about the environment and horticulture.  

  • Thank you for your continued support of teaching and learning at Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

 

4/3/22

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

  • To help better pace students' work, they are required to complete their assignments daily in all classes.  If students are behind on their work, they will remain in the classroom during gym time to ensure they remain on track with their academics.  

  • Please note that Spring Break will begin on Monday, April 11th and run through Monday, April 18th.  We hope that everyone will enjoy their time off with family and friends.  

  • For better communication and to ensure all of our families are in the know, we will post weekly announcements on the BTWLC website at www.scorecenter.org under the “Quick Links” section.

  • As a friendly reminder, any students who ride the bus and transfer to different schools are not permitted to walk around that campus.  Students are to remain in their assigned locations.  At RCC, students will remain on the bus until the transfer bus arrives.  

  • SCORE students are working to earn a PBIS reward on Friday, April 8th.  Any student who does not receive a referral, remains current and is passing their classes, & has no unexcused absences will get to participate in our special lunch activity.  Please encourage your child to be on their best behaviour and remain current with their academics.

  • We appreciate your continued support of teaching and learning at the Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

 

3/29/22

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

  • We will distribute report cards to students tomorrow.  Please note, while the student has the semester to complete their APEX course, the reflected grade shows their present performance in this course.  Please encourage your students to continue to work hard and do their best.

  • To help better pace students work, they are required to complete their assignments daily in all classes.  If students are behind on their work, they will remain in the classroom during gym time to ensure they remain on track with their academics.  

  • As a friendly reminder, any students who ride the bus and transfer at different schools are not permitted to walk around that campus.  Students are to remain in their assigned locations.  At RCC, students will remain on the bus until the transfer bus arrives.  

  • SCORE students are working to earn a PBIS reward on Friday, April 8th.  Any student who does not receive a referral, remains current and is passing their classes, & has no unexcused absences will get to participate in our special lunch activity.  Please encourage your child to be on their best behavior and remain current with their academics.

  • We appreciate your continued support of teaching and learning at the Booker T. Washington Learning Center.

 

3/27/22

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center calling with your weekly announcements. This week's announcements are specifically for the Day Treatment Students.

  • Students have been learning Lessons from March Madness and next week (March 28 - April 1st) will be spirit week! Day Tx students are welcome to participate as they are able to in the following ways:

    • Monday - Pajama Day

    • Tuesday:  Hat & Shades Day

    • Wednesday:  Represent your classroom colours

    • Thursday:  Represent your team day

    • Friday:  BTWLC Spirit Day

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

 

 

3/20/22

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

  • The 3rd quarter will end this Thursday.  Please encourage your child to keep up with their assignments.  

  • Friday, March 25th will be a Teacher Workday.  Students will not report to school.

  • Report cards will be issued on Monday, April 4th.  

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

3/9/22

Good evening.  This is Mr. Rice, Principal of Booker T. Washington Learning Center and I am very excited to begin my journey with the faculty, staff, students and parents.  You should have received a letter of introduction last week in the mail.  This will also be posted on our website at www.scorecenter.org in the next few days.

 

  • We are working to update our website to ensure you have current information about your child’s educational experience.

  • If you wish to meet with your child’s teachers, please call to schedule an appointment with them.  While we are happy to meet with families, we need to ensure that the teachers are available to work with students during their class time.  

  • This is a friendly reminder that we do conduct searches and wanding when students arrive at school daily. Students who choose not to comply will have consequences and a parent/guardian will have to pick them up.  As discussed during our intake meetings, these precautions are in place for safety reasons.  We appreciate your assistance and support.

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