CBVI Parent Slides

Hello Rock River families!

As a district we would like to communicate with all of you regarding what would happen in the event Rock River School would have to move to a Tier III (online learning platform). Attached you will find a link to click on and participate in an online activity that will inform you of what that platform may look like. It also provides an opportunity for you to write in questions and answers about what CBVI (Classroom Based Virtual Instruction) will look like. A week from now, we will host a Q & A virtually through Zoom based on the slides. We hope that by providing parents and guardians information about this will be of assistance if we need to go into an online platform. The presentation takes approximately 15 minutes to read through and participate in. Thank you for your time and we hope to see you on Zoom next week! The date/time for the Zoom will be coming soon! Click the link below to begin.

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Parent-Teacher Conferences

Teachers will be contacting parents and guardians regarding parent-teacher conferences throughout the week. Conferences will primarily be held online (Zoom) or with phone calls and emails. If you have not heard from your child's teacher(s), please feel free to call them at school 307-721-4265 or 307-378-2271. You can also email teachers at any time. We look forward to talking with you or "seeing" you online! 

Thank you!


Student Health

https://www.acsd1.org/acsd/parent-resources-2/

Click on the PowerSchool link above to access PowerSchool.  Please contact our school nurse if you receive a "Stay Home" message or make an error.

Daily checks should be completed before the child comes to school.  If you have any questions, please call Rock River at 307-721-4265.

Instructions for how to complete the wellness check on your smartphone are attached.  https://www.acsd1.org/les/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2020/09/Instructions-for-Parents-to-use-the-HealthEd-Check-from-a-SmartPhone.pdf

If your child is showing any symptoms of COVID-19, please keep them home.

Symptoms consist of:

*Fever or chills

*Cough

*Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

*Fatigue

*Muscle or body aches

*Headache

*New loss of taste or smell

*Sore Throat

*Nausea or vomiting

*Diarrhea

If your child shows any of these symptoms while at school, we will call families to notify you and ask you to pick them up and keep them home until they are symptom free.


Free & Reduced Lunch Program Information

Applications are sent home at the beginning of each school year.  However, you may apply for school meals any time during the school year by submitting an application directly to your school or the District Food Service office.  You may ask for an application any time during the school year.  If you’re earning at or below current Income Eligibility Guidelines, you are encouraged to contact your school or district to fill out a school meal application.  Applications are reviewed by local school or district officials before approving free or reduced price benefits.

This application is now available online through your PowerSchool Parent Account.
Click here for instructions on how to apply for Free/Reduced Lunch Online

If you receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programs (SNAP) benefits, all of your children who attend school automatically qualify for free school meals.  Participation in other federal assistance programs, including Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) also provides automatic eligibility.  Please contact your school to determine if you need to fill out an application.

If you are eligible for Unemployment Benefits or The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), you may also be eligible for free or reduced price school meals.  Please contact your school or district for more information.

Please be sure to fill out the necessary information for this school year. While meals are free to anyone right now, our school wide Title I status is based on this information as well. If you are having problems with the link, please call the school at 307-321-4265.


Rock River FAQ's

How many students are currently enrolled at your school? 

Primary (K – 6th grade) – Ranges vary from year to year but are usually around 30+

Secondary (7th grade - 12th grade) – Ranges vary from year to year but are usually around 35+

What subjects are offered?

Agriculture, Art, English, FACS, Math, Music, Physical Education, Science, Social Studies, Spanish

How do I enroll my prospective student?

Call or email the school to request an application. You can also click on the "Request to Attend" tab to view the application.

What clubs/activities/sports are offered at your school?

Volleyball – Junior High & Varsity

Cross Country – Junior High & Varsity

Girls Basketball – Junior High & Varsity

Boys Basketball – Junior High & Varsity

Track – Junior High & Varsity

Student Council – High School

FCA – Junior High & High School

FFA – Junior High & High School

Guitar Club – Junior High & High School

Sewing and Baking Club – Junior High & High School

Sources of Strength - Junior High & High School

Teton Science School/Keystone Science School - Elementary

Battle of the Book - Junior High & High School

How do students from Laramie get to school?

The school district provides a bus to take students to and from school.

What time does the bus leave and return to Laramie?

There is a school bus that leaves the old Laramie High School’s back parking lot at 6:55 am for students and teachers. It usually returns around 4:15 pm. We also run a late activity/tutoring bus for those involved in after-school activities that returns around 7pm (all times are dependent on the weather).

What type of school is Rock River?  

We are not an alternative school. We do, however, provide an educational environment that some find to be a great alternative to the challenges of a larger school simply because of our size, location, and student population. Students generally receive more one-on-one instruction and also have access to resources that are not found in larger schools.