District News

YELP- Youth Engagement Leadership Program YELP

YELP (Youth Engagement Leadership Program) is geared towards getting high school kids engaged in creating positive change in their communities. They host planning sessions that provide some basic concepts and then guide the kids through the process of envisioning the kind of community they'd like to create. They also discuss ways that young people can assist in that transformation.

 

MISSION STATEMENT-

YELP hopes to engage youth in an interactive way that allows them to gain the essential skills needed for success outside of school while discussing current issues facing their communities and brainstorming sustainable solutions they can be a part of. CEDIK Engagement staff bring their expertise to the table while working with youth to determine the direction of the programming. YELP thrives with strong community partners who can work together to offer unique opportunities and insights to participants.  

 

Students who are interested, must fill out and return the attached application by December 6, 2019.

Click here to download the application: /userfiles/83/my files/yelp application (1).pdf?id=3165

Veterans Day Program at RCS Vets Day

Robertson County School was proud to host a wonderful Veterans Day Program, Friday, November 8, 2019. Veterans and active duty from all branches received a free lunch and program by the children at Robertson County School. See the attached image for the program.Program

RCS Senior Wins KidSpirit Award WCooper

W. Cooper, Senior at RCS, recently went to New York City to receive a prestigious award. He and Superintendent, Mr. Holbrook, attended the awards ceremony at The Capitale. Wyatt wrote an article on community service, and it was published in the international magazine KidSpirit that boasts writing pieces from all over the world. Click here to read his piece:

https://kidspiritonline.com/magazine/reality-and-perception/building-character/

 

WYatt