Elementary parent teacher conferences for tonight have been cancelled and rescheduled for Tuesday, November 19, 2019. All practices for today have been cancelled.
about 2 years ago, Sand Creek Schools
This week in computer class first grade practiced typing. They did finger exercises, found the letters on the keyboard, and practiced using the correct fingers to type the letters. Great work first graders!
about 2 years ago, Sand Creek Schools
1st graders
Thank you for your service!
about 2 years ago, Sand Creek Schools
Veteran's Day
The Sand Creek Aggies will travel to Lenawee Christian in playoff action. Kick off is at 7:00 pm and the gates will open at 5:00 pm. Lenawee Christian has limited seating available and attendee's are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and arrive early. Good Luck to the varsity football team. Go Aggies!
about 2 years ago, Sand Creek Schools
FB Playoffs
Tomorrow evening the Middle School will be hosting a Semi-Formal Dance from 7-9 pm. The definition for "semi-formal" is church clothes or what you would wear on game days when a coach says "dress up". If you have any questions contact the Jr./Sr. High Office.
about 2 years ago, Sand Creek Schools
JH Dance
Jr. High Semi-Formal
about 2 years ago, Sand Creek Schools
Jr High Semi Formal
5th Grade Parent Teacher Conferences for November 12 & 13th This year the 5th grade students will be having parent teacher conferences different than the rest of our grade levels. Parents will go to the 5th grade hallway to pick up their child’s report card. They can then take a seat outside any of the three 5th grade teachers’ classrooms. There will be a 10 minute timer for each conference and the conferences will be first come, first serve. A scheduled time slot will not be needed. If you need more time at the end of your 10 minutes, we ask that you schedule a different time to meet with that particular teacher. Our special education teacher, Mrs. Grayer, will be taking appointments if you need to meet with her during parent teacher conferences. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you on November 12th or 13th!
about 2 years ago, Andrea Marken
Preschool through fourth grade teachers will be utilizing the online sign-up for Parent Teacher Conferences that will be held on November 12th and 13th. Click on the link to sign up for a scheduled time with your child's teacher: https://www.signupgenius.com/tabs/53173dc0ea2cce9c60-fallteacher
about 2 years ago, Andrea Marken
Happy Halloween from Ruth McGregor Elementary
about 2 years ago, Andrea Marken
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November 1st-12th each grade level will have a laundry basket located in the front foyer to collect items for Homeless Awareness Month. All items collected will help people who are entering shelters and those who will be entering their forever place.
about 2 years ago, Andrea Marken
Homeless Awareness Month
Ruth McGregor Elementary's Halloween Parade will be on Thursday, October 31st at 8 a.m. There is no theme this year. However, we ask that costumes are school appropriate.
about 2 years ago, Andrea Marken
Halloween Parade 2019
Mrs. Elliott's 3rd grade classroom testing wind direction with their homemade pinwheels.
about 2 years ago, Andrea Marken
3rd Grade Pinwheels
3rd Grade Pinwheels
Tickets are now on sale for the 4th & 5th grade play The Trials of the Wicked Witch. Come out and support the students on November 1st and November 2nd.
about 2 years ago, Andrea Marken
Tickets are now on Sale!
The Moocrew participated in the “Paint Lenawee Purple Campaign” for domestic violence month. Students handed out purple ribbons and bracelets from the Paint Lenawee Purple Campaign to support the Catherine Cobb house and distributed them at the football game against Pittsford. The student section at the game wore purple to support the cause.
about 2 years ago, Andrea Marken
MOOCREW is taking a stand against Domestic Violence.
This week Mrs. Strang was at Ruth McGregor Elementary presenting OK2Say. OK2Say is a Student Safety Program from the Attorney General. Each class was taught the “3 Keeps” of internet safety. They are the following: • I keep safe my personal information. • I keep away from internet strangers. • I keep telling a trusted adult about anything that makes me feel uncomfortable. She also covered the difference between mean/rude behavior and bullying. Remember bullying is an unkind act or words that are done over and over again after being asked to stop. Bullying can also be done online which is called Cyber Bullying. Older students were encouraged to download the free ReThink app onto their cellphones or tablets. This app recognizes unkind things that a child might text to someone and a message will occur that will ask the student if they really do want to send the message. Research has showed that 90% of students will choose not to send the unkind message when they were asked if they really wanted to send. The last part of Mrs. Strang’s presentation for older students was sharing the OK2Say app. This was created to encourage students to report threatening behavior before it occurs. This tool empowers students to share and respond to student safety threats. If you have any further questions visit ok2say.com.
about 2 years ago, Andrea Marken
This week Mrs. Strang was at Ruth McGregor Elementary presenting OK2Say.  OK2Say is a Student Safety Program from the Attorney General.  Each class was taught the “3 Keeps” of internet safety.  They are the following: •	I keep safe my personal information. •	I keep away from internet strangers. •	I keep telling a trusted adult about anything that makes me feel uncomfortable. She also covered the difference between mean/rude behavior and bullying.  Remember bullying is an unkind act or words that are done over and over again after being asked to stop.  Bullying can also be done online which is called Cyber Bullying.  Older students were encouraged to download the free ReThink app onto their cellphones or tablets.  This app recognizes unkind things that a child might text to someone and a message will occur that will ask the student if they really do want to send the message.  Research has showed that 90% of students will choose not to send the unkind message when they were asked if they really wanted to send.   The last part of Mrs. Strang’s presentation for older students was sharing the OK2Say app.  This was created to encourage students to report threatening behavior before it occurs.  This tool empowers students to share and respond to student safety threats.  If you have any further questions visit ok2say.com.
Ok2Say Presentation
The 5th graders are off to Camp Michindoh for the week. Have a great time!
about 2 years ago, Sand Creek
students loading on bus
students getting on bus
students boarding bus
Now Enrolling for the 2019/2020 School Year
over 2 years ago, Andrea Marken
now enrolling
At Ruth McGregor Elementary School, we will serve breakfast from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. and lunch from 11:30 – 12:00 p.m. on the following dates: June 25-27, July 9-11, July 16-18, July 23-25, July 30-Aug 1, Aug 6-8. We will also serve dinner from 4:00 to 4:30 p.m. on June 12 and 19.
over 2 years ago, Andrea Marken
meet up and eat up 1
Thank you Strobus for the awesome breakfast for our staff!
over 2 years ago, Sand Creek
Breakfast from Strobus
Meeting with Strobus
Varsity Baseball & Softball at Britton Deerfield has been postponed to May 20th. JV Softball at Clinton has been postponed to May 14th. Baseball practice 3-4 indoor Varsity softball 4-6 indoor JV Softball - No practice
over 2 years ago, Sand Creek