Good morning R.C. Waters!

Today is Monday, November 6, 2017


“Move It Monday” music time


Happy “National Saxophone Day!”   This beloved musical instrument was first created by a man named Adolphe Sax in the early 1840’s.  




Here is our lineup for this week’s morning announcement leaders:  


Today’s R.C. Cagetakers are Hannah Clymer and Payne Lohman from Mrs. Schlagheck’s class.


The Book Fair officially opens today.  Please remember our PBIS rules as we enter the Book Fair - be ready, be responsible and be ready...always.  


For those interested in wrestling we have papers available from Mr. Bergman or from the office.  Biddy wrestling registration night is this Tuesday at the high school and wrestling practices begin Monday, November 13.  


The Oak Harbor High School Art Club will hold a Community Clay Night this coming Wednesday from 6-8 at the High School.  Those who attend will have the chance to glaze and paint a clay piece created by high school art students.


Let’s celebrate October’s top DOJO students.  We will announce the date of the DOJO lunch with the Principals at a later date. Let’s all congratulate the following students.  Way to go!  


Here’s an idea of kindness for your Monday...I think that this idea is very interesting and challenging too.  Give up complaining for 21 days.  It may not seem like a lot but it is!  Not complaining is kind because your positivity will help others to do the same.  


This coming Saturday, November 11 is Veteran’s Day.  Veterans Day honors military veterans; that is, persons who served in the United States Armed Forces.    The U.S. Armed Forces are made up of the five armed service branches: Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, and Navy.   Our 2nd grade friends have written letters to thank Veterans for their service to our country and each morning this week we will hear their letters read aloud.  


As we begin another beautiful day here at RCW, I will remind you to always be:

  • Ready

  • Responsible

  • Respectful


Now I will ask everyone to please stand tall and proud, place your right hand over your heart and join me in saying the Pledge of Allegiance.