Video Message from Mr. Clark (dated 3/20/20)
Click  here to watch a video message from Mr. Clark! In the video he references the following links: K-5 Technology Request Form:  https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx… Grab + Go Food Program:  https://www.lwsd.org/students-families/grab-go-student-meals PLEASE do not hesitate to reach out if you are in need of services! ... read full article
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School Musical AnnouncementElizabeth Rosemond1/26/20202/14/2020
School Musical Announcement
Attention 4th and 5th grade parents!   The time has come!  Today we are releasing registration materials for this year's spring musical, The Lion King, Jr.  Details on registration itself are included in the registration packet which is now available online  HERE .  Printed copies will be available in the office by 9am today.   We have a couple of notes leading up to this year’s musical: We are still in need of a 4th grade parent to work alongside and shadow this year’s producers as a co-producer. Grab a friend and sign up together!  This is how we ensure continuity from year to year, ... read full article
Rockwell Food Drive!Elizabeth Rosemond12/8/201912/17/2019
Rockwell Food Drive!
The 3 rd  Grade and Student Leadership are hosting the Food Drive with HopeLink Redmond to help spread generosity to our community. Last year we donated 705 pounds of food, our goal this year is to donate over 800 pounds! Help us achieve our goal! Canned and packaged items can be dropped off in the bins by the office by Tuesday the 17th. Please enjoy our informative video by clicking below :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEcBLF-dXbM&feature=youtu.be ... read full article
First Day Packet is live!Elizabeth Rosemond8/21/20199/20/2019
First Day Packet is live!
Click  HERE  to complete your first day packet! You can: Join the PTA (yay!) Make your Annual Beagle Contribution Buy your tickets to our annual Back to School Party (we will NOT be selling tickets at the event this year) Learn about Dog Day on 8/29 Verify/Update your information with the district (if you haven't done so already) Sign up for various volunteer opportunities throughout the school year ... read full article
Operation Gratitude Hometown Heroes: a Day of Service & Fun to honor SGT Ian RalstonElizabeth Rosemond10/23/201910/27/2019
Operation Gratitude Hometown Heroes: a Day of Service & Fun to honor SGT Ian Ralston
Operation Gratitude Hometown Heroes: a Day of Service & Fun to honor SGT Ian Ralston.  You are invited to join in the ceremony and fun October 26 th 11-1:30pm. (Must register; limited to 100 guests) https://www.operationgratitude.com/hometown-heroes-washington/   Join Operation Gratitude (coming all the way from California) at this special event honoring the service of Woodinville resident, Retired Sgt Ian Ralston during this family friendly, community-oriented project.  Guests will personally interact with our local wounded hero and his family, make paracord bracelets, write letters of support to the troops and knit/crochet hats/scarves for holiday care packages.   In years past, Rockwell ... read full article
Back to School Taco Night!Elizabeth Rosemond8/21/20199/20/2019
Back to School Taco Night!
Please join us for our welcome back party! This is a great opportunity to meet your student's new classmates and families. New this year, in an effort to help families meet other families in your grade, we will have colorful balloons at tables. Kindergarten families can gather at the red table, 1st grade at the orange, 2nd grade at the yellow, 3rd grade at the green, 4th grade at the blue, 5th grade at the purple. Come and join us to see! When : Friday, September 20th, 2019 5:30-7:30pm *Rain or Shine* Where: Rockwell covered and uncovered black top area ... read full article
Video Message from Mr. Clark (dated 3/20/20)Elizabeth Rosemond3/21/20204/4/2020
Video Message from Mr. Clark (dated 3/20/20)
Click  here to watch a video message from Mr. Clark! In the video he references the following links: K-5 Technology Request Form:  https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx… Grab + Go Food Program:  https://www.lwsd.org/students-families/grab-go-student-meals PLEASE do not hesitate to reach out if you are in need of services! ... read full article
Order your YearbookJuan Ferlito9/28/201910/31/2019
Order your Yearbook
Interested in the yearbook? Click on "read full article" to access the link and get more details... Click  HERE  to order your yearbook for 2019-2020!! Our order ID is  4886520 . $25 for softcover; $30 for hardcover.  ... read full article
Rockwell Art ShowJuan Ferlito11/3/201911/7/2019
Rockwell Art Show
THANK YOU to everyone who participated in this year’s Reflections Art Program! We received a total of 27 entries which are currently being reviewed by our judges. Please mark your calendar for Thursday, November 7th! We will be hosting an open house style art show in the Rockwell Library from 5:30-7:30pm. All entries will be on display so come take a look! Competition results will be announced in the Beagle Bugle the week of 11/11. Winners will advance to the district level with a chance to have their artwork displayed in Washington DC! Rockwell Art Show: Thursday, 11/7 from 5:30-7:30pm, ... read full article
Volunteering in the Rockwell LibraryJuan Ferlito11/1/201911/7/2019
Volunteering in the Rockwell Library
Hello Beagle Parents, are you interested in volunteering in the Rockwell Library?  We are holding an informational meeting for parents to find out more about what kinds of fun things you can do to support the library. The meeting is scheduled for  Thursday, November 7 th  at 1:30pm in the library . FYI, to volunteer in the library, parents need to be approved through the district application process. If you have not applied, here is the link:  https://apps.raptortech.com/Apply/MTEyMzplbi1VUw==   Applications can take a few weeks to be reviewed/approved. Feel free to come to the info meeting even if you are ... read full article
Disability Awareness MonthElizabeth Rosemond10/24/201911/20/2019
Disability Awareness Month
Happy Disability Awareness Month! This is a special month to celebrate and accept different abilities of those living among us. While every day should be practiced with equity and inclusion in mind, this month focuses even more precisely on the importance of this premise. As we reflect on how we make everyone feel included, it' s important to go back to the basics and define, outline, and understand why meaningful inclusion in both education and in our lives should be a priority for all of us. Click  here  to read the latest edition of the Disability Awareness Newsletter! ... read full article