Elementary School Daily Bulletin

Preschool applications are being accepted through March 1. Our preschool program is for children who are 4yrs old on or before September 15th, 2015.

Please click here for information and to submit your child's name.

Welcome to Roland-Story Elementary School!


2/2/2015 BREAKFAST: breakfast wrap, blueberries, juice/milk

LUNCH: turkey corndog, chips, cooked carrots, applesauce

2/3/2015 BREAKFAST: breakfast bar, granola bar, juice/milk

LUNCH: chicken noodle soup, grilled cheese, pears, celery/pb, crackers


Cold weather is here!  Please send a jacket, snow pants, & boots with your child to school (hats and gloves too!). Please label all items!


Pink Out:  Show your support for Cancer Awareness by attending the Pink Out night on February 3rd at the RS gym.  This year’s matchup is between the RS Norsemen and the SH Hawks.  The evening begins at 6 pm with a silent auction, duck toss, half court shoot out and many other events throughout the evening.  You will also get an opportunity to see the future generation of cheerleaders cheer on the Norsemen.  We encourage everyone to wear pink. HOSA will be providing walking tacos before and during the games.  All monies raised throughout the evening will be going to the American Cancer Society.  Come out and show your support for a worthy cause!


School Carnival – The carnival committee needs some additional volunteers to make the 2015 event a success! The carnival will be on February 27th and is a fun time for the entire family. Volunteer positions available for various levels of time commitments.  Please use the following website to sign-up www.mysignup.com/2015rscarnival or contact Audrey Heaberlin(draymom@rocketmail.com) for more information at 515-460-3706.


The junior class is hosting "Pancakes for Prom" fundraiser on Friday, February 6 from 4:00 - 8:30 p.m. in the high school commons in conjunction with the basketball mega night versus CMB.  Everyone is invited to enjoy all-you-can-eat pancakes with sausage and a drink.  Free will donations will be collected.  All proceeds benefit after prom activities.  Special thanks to the Roland Kiwanis for assisting with the event.


Spring dance classes: There's still time to sign up for dance classes this spring with Story City Parks and Recreation. We have hip hop and jazz classes this semester in addition to the normal ballet and tap. See the Rec Center website for more details.


school nurse

Norse Nurse Illness Update 1/09/15:  Healthy is Here!!
We have seen a great decline in illness since break. Currently there is not a specific trend in the type of illness. The symptoms we have seen, are fever <3 days, and vomiting 24 hours or less, both viral. Continue to use frequent hand washing, increase rest when able, and eat a well-balanced diet.  I am at the Elementary School M, W, F, and the Middle School T, TH. Please feel free to ask me any questions you may have. Mrs. Greenfield, RN


Bus drop-off at MS has changed to the West Side of MS

Due to the construction project that is about to begin at the middle school we will be moving our bus drop off from the bus slab on the east side of the middle school to the west side of the middle school at/near the SW Cafeteria doors. This change will occur this Monday, October 27. Parents dropping off students will need to do so at the south end of the school's west side.  This will happen near the New Multipurpose Room on the east side of Main Street.  This will prevent students from having to cross traffic.  Buses will drop off at/near the SW Cafeteria doors at the steps leading to the cafeteria doors.  More bus drop off areas will be constructed in the very near future on the west side.

Students waiting areas in the building will also shift.  Elementary students waiting for busing will wait on the west side of the building near the middle school library.  High School students will need to wait inside the SW doors entrance.  Middle school wait areas will remain the same, with the exception of 7th grade.  They will now wait on the east side of the middle school near the bus slab entrance.


Roland-Story and the Iowa High School Athletic Association and Iowa Girls Union want to promote sportsmanship at all of our athletic contests.  Please be respectful of both teams in actions and comments.  Please be kind to our guests.  If you come to games, please be there to support our team and not running around.  Thanks!


RS Athletic Booster Memberships

The Roland Story Athletic Booster Foundation is accepting Norse, Red, Black, White and Family memberships. Membership forms are available on the High School\Athletic\Booster webpage. The Foundation’s purpose and objectives are: (1) to promote and foster interest in and goodwill toward all athletic programs within the R-S school district, (2) to bring into closer relationship the home, school, and fans who follow athletics, (3) to secure for all athletic programs the highest standards and advantages a program can provide, (4) to assist the athletic programs via work projects, fund raising events and providing volunteers when needed and (5) to stimulate fair play and good sportsmanship by parents, fans, coaches and participants.



Please recycle your old cell phones and used printer cartridges.  You can turn these into the office.  We have earned $800 so far from the recycling of printer cartridges and old cell phones.   Thank you from PTO

**Reminder:  Please remember we ask ALL visitors in the building to check into the office and get a visitor badge. 
**We also ask that if your child is coming in late or you are picking them up early that they check in or out of the office. 
**The north parking lot is for pull through only in the mornings.  If you plan to get out of your car, please park in the parking lot.

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