NS - Honor Roll for 1st Nine Weeks

Congratulations to the following students for earning honor roll during the first nine weeks:

3rd Grade
All A’s- Wilson Aguilar-Mendez, Valeria Avila, Cintia Banda, Emmi Kreiner, Cameron Miller, Dawson Overleese, Taysen Stewart, and Kierra Thacker.
All A’s and B’s- Kara Allen, Charles Beam, Logan Besser, Mylie Bocanegra, Allyson Carter, Levi Clark, London Cotter, Sofia Emerick, Trace Green, Gabriella Huston, Ryleigh Jones, Jayden Moore, Luis Nieto, Rosie Ramos, Alena Ruiz, Asa Vaughn, and Olive Williford.

4th Grade
All A’s- Arleth Banda, Andrew Bowers, Keian Brockman, Zuriel Burkett, Jayson Connor, Kya Davis, Lindsey Evans, Chloe Fox, Carson Hathaway, Campbell Kerns, Ezequiel Mayorga, Sophia Noggle, Maxwell Retter, and Brianna Williams.
All A’s and B’s- Alondra Corona-Lara, Carter Dupuis, Grant Elliott, Gavin Elmore, Joselin Floreano, Samantha Gellinger, Cayden Hartman, Mylee Hoffman, Nicholas Lee, Nikolai Leedom, Eliza Lewis, Aaden Linder, Miquel Luciano-Keener, Gael Mayorga, Keygan McClure, Scott O’Connor, Nathaniel Partin, Aviana Ramos, Khyira Randall, Abby Stapleton, Brooklyn Weimer, and Nadayo White.

5th Grade
All A’s- Wendy Aguilar-Mendez, Shelby Arnold, Elianna Banda, Emma Blankley, Vanderlei Burkett, Luke Collins, Madilynne Cotter, Anevicia Cox-Ramos, Ena Durbin, Mya Lafuze, Keegan Livingston, Jace O’Connor, Marisol Osornio, Becca Overleese, Zachary Ordonez, Elizabeth Prinkey, Oaklee Reichard, Donovan Shinaver, Bailey Sites, Addison Thornburg, Jacob Thornburg, Kiernan Watson, and Sydney Welch.
All A’s and B’s- Peyton Abling, Sammantha Ash, Karissa Campbell, Raquel Carmona, Sofia Casillas-Cantu, Kaylyn Cassity, Lee Charles, Alexander Cinto Bravo, Miranda Clark, Blake Curry, Maegan Dickmann, Ronald Dotson, Colton Emerick, Araceli Floreano, Andrew Gahret, Alexus Guzman, Alison Helmick, Mikaylee Hoffman, Brennan Hoggatt, Ava Jefferis, Gracie Jones, Eden Lewis, Quincy Middaugh, Evelynn Miller, Ryan Miller, Kyra Mullens, Gabrielle Ordonez, Emilio Rodriguez, Auston Roth, Kamran Shelby, Carter Sickels, Rodney Sickels, Trendon Spence, Joshua Timmerman, and Anthony Wyant.

6th Grade
All A’s- Annalise Banda, Wade Botkin, Richard Carmona-Chavez, Owen Dowler, Skylar Dye, Camryn Fischer, Zackary Fulk, Rylan Glunt, Jesse Gonzalez, Camille Helmick, Jacob Lee, Angel Nieto, Andrew Osornio-Machuca, Kylie Raymond, Corbin Richards, Alec Spence, and Sullivan Thomas.
All A’s and B’s- Josiah Bowers, James Dotson, Damon Dupuis, Carlos Lara, Lilianna Luciano-Keener, Timothy McClure, Makenna Simmons, and Kaybree Ward.
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JH Play - The Principal's Apprentice

The JH Play is Thursday, October 26 at 7 p.m. in the cafetorium. Tickets are $3 for Adults, $2 for Students

“You’re fired!”  rings out from Principal Donald Trumpet’s boardroom during Griffin Dodge’s first ten minutes on the job at Bandersnatch High School.  But it isn’t directed at him.  No, Trumpet has just fired his aide, his associate, and his assistant, leaving Griffin the only one left to take up the slack.  “How does Trumpet get away with that?!”  one departing ex-staffer wonders.  Only the cleaning lady, Rita, knows the secret — a book called The Art of Hypnotism.  With this discovery, a new world opens up for Griffin.  However, this new bag of tricks turns out to be a can of worms!  Before he can master his hypnotic power, Griffin causes one lady to fall in love with him, another to think she is his mother and still another to see dragons in the school halls!  As if this wasn’t bad enough, suddenly Principal Trumpet vanishes!  When the police arrive, Griffin is their main suspect.  Lines fly rapid-fire in this spoof of “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice,” with a generous nod toward a certain ruthless reality TV show!
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NS - Iron Sharpens Iron

Congratulations to the following students for earning Iron Sharpens Iron t-shirts. Thank you, Chief Shoemaker and the UCFD for helping to recognize students who work hard to be great students. K - Miguel P., Lyla B.; 1 - Sandi A., Alexandra P.; 2 - Allison V., Lane M.; 3 - Emmi K., Asa V.; 4 - Jason C., Carson H.; 5 - Keegan L., Kyra M.; 6 - Zach F., Skylar D.
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PTO Scholastic Book Fair

The Randolph Eastern Parent Teacher Organization is hosting their annual fall Book Fair. Stop by the Jr/Sr High School cafetorium this week from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and next week in the North Side gym from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Stop by for some great books!

Thursday, Sept. 21 is the North Side family cookout from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Join us for a great evening together!

If you prefer, you can shop online. Union City Jr/Sr High School    North Side Elementary School
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Challenge: Device Free Dinners

Students at North Side and Union City Jr/Sr High School have been challenged to participate in a Device Free Dinner this week to celebrate Indiana Digital Citizenship Week. Students should participate in a Device Free Dinner and then have their parent write a note for verification to turn in to their teacher at North Side or Harbor teacher at the Jr/Sr High School. The class with the highest percentage of notes turned in will win ice cream sandwiches. #Challenge  #putphonesaway  #DeviceFreeDinners  #INDigCitWeek

Parents are also invited to fill out an Awareness of Our Digital Lives survey.

Look for Tweets and Facebook posts to learn more about our daily themes and activities. 
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NS Madcap Puppets Assembly

North Side 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students saw Madcap Puppets' Jules and Verne's Excellent Adventure. This production is written and adapted by Harper Lee. "With the science fair just around the corner, Jules challenges Verne to a race around the world! May the best scientist win in this exciting reimagining of Jules Verne’s epic adventures, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea and Around the World in 80 Days." 
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NS - Everyday Leader assembly

Ronald McDonald presents an "Everyday Leader" assembly for grades K-3. This show is designed to inspire elementary age children to grow into “everyday leaders” at home, school and in the community.

This 40-minute, fun-filled, educational program uses a creative mix of music, magic, puppetry, audience participation and games to reinforce the value of becoming “everyday leaders,” the positive effects it has, and the enjoyment that comes from it.

“Everyday Leader with Ronald McDonald” helps kids learn the attributes of being a true leader. The key elements of the show are:

Leaders - know how to lead and follow
Listen – the importance of being a good listener
Example – be a good example, set goals
Action – actions speak louder than words, be responsible for your actions
Do – do what’s right and do your best even when no one is watching

In addition, the show reinforces the importance of working together, taking responsibility for your own actions, making good choices and being a good example for others. Ronald McDonald delivers a powerful and positive message to children that will help them grow into “everyday leaders” that inspire others to be their best to make the world a better place.
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Digital Citizenship Certified District

Randolph Eastern School Corporation has been recognized as a Common Sense Certified School District for Digital Citizenship.

Common Sense, the national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids and families thrive in a world of digital media and technology, has recognized Randolph Eastern as a Common Sense Certified SchoolDistrict: Digital Citizenship.

Randolph Eastern has demonstrated its commitment to taking a whole-community approach to preparing its students to use the immense power of digital media to explore, create, connect, and learn, while limiting the perils that exist in the online realm, such as plagiarism, loss of privacy, and cyberbullying.

"We applaud the faculty and staff of Union City Jr/Sr High School and North Side Elementary School for embracing digital citizenship as an important part of their students' education," said Jessica Lindl, Head of Common Sense Education. "Randolph Eastern deserves high praise for giving its students the foundational skills they need to compete and succeed in the 21st-century workplace and participate ethically in society at large."

Randolph Eastern School Corporation has been using Common Sense Education's innovative and research-based digital citizenship resources, which were created in collaboration with Dr. Howard Gardner of the GoodPlay Project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. The resources teach students, educators, and parents tangible skills related to Internet safety, protecting online reputations and personal privacy, managing online relationships, and respecting creative copyright. The free resources are currently used in more than 90,000 classrooms nationwide.

"We're honored to be recognized as a Common Sense Digital Citizenship Certified School," said Lisa Smith, Superintendent. "By preparing our students to use technology safely and responsibly, we are providing them unlimited opportunities to maximize and personalize their learning."

For more information about Randolph Eastern School Corporation, go to www.resc.k12.in.us. To learn more about the criteria Randolph Eastern School Corporation met to become certified as a Common Sense Certified SchoolDistrict, visit http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/certification.

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6th Grade Science Projects

Mr. Lynch's 6th grade science classes created Rube Goldberg projects to demonstrate complicated inventions which perform simple operations.
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Character Education Program

Students in North Side Elementary School and Union City Jr/Sr High School are studying Stephen R. Covey's 7 Habits books. These books are designed to help develop leadership qualities in all students that will prepare them for the future. Students spend approximately one month learning and developing skills in each habit.

The 7 habits are:
  1. Be Proactive
  2. Begin With the End in Mind
  3. Put First Things First
  4. Think Win-Win
  5. Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood
  6. Synergize
  7. Sharpen the Saw
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    • Central Office

      Randolph Eastern School Corp
      731 N. Plum Street
      Union City, IN 47390

      Alice Johnson, Superintendent
      Tel: 765-964-4994
      Fax: 765-964-6590
    • Jr.-Sr. High School

      Union City Jr.-Sr. HS
      603 N. Walnut Street
      Union City, IN 47390

      Aaron Black, Principal
      Tel: 765-964-4840
      Fax: 765-964-3775
    • Elementary

      North Side Elementary
      905 N. Plum Street
      Union City, IN 47390

      Mark Winkle, Principal
      Tel: 765-964-6430
      Fax: 765-964-3445
    • Vision Statement

      RESC will inspire, instruct, and support our students as they develop into responsible, productive citizens.
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