Building the Bee Buzz at Pieter B.

In late 2018, a group of fifth-graders from Pieter B. Coeymans received a bee-uiful research opportunity. Supported by a grant from Whole Foods’ Whole Kids Foundation, the class gained the opportunity to study the importance of  bee hives and how it affects the RCS and global community. The hive officially arrived in the Spring of …

RCS Bus Driver Receives AAA Safety Award

The RCS school district recently announced that one of its bus drivers was presented with the AAA Hudson Valley’s 2019 Safe School Bus Driver Award. Presented each year, the award is given to those drivers who demonstrate the critical values in transporting students safely to and from school. This year,  RCS bus driver, Matt Mack, …

RCS seeking High School Assistant Principal

Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk Central Schools are seeking candidates for a High School Assistant Principal. Apply at www.pnwboces.org/olas. Please note application deadline of August 23, 2019. What are we looking for in our high school assistant principal? The successful candidate will be: Courageous and will persevere when managing uncertainty, competing initiatives and the politics of change Compassionate, fair, …

2019-20 Supply Lists

A.W. Becker Supply Lists Pieter B. Coeymans Supply Lists RCS Middle School Supply Lists A.W. Becker Kindergarten Supply List Dear Kindergarten Families, This is a list of supplies your child will need for kindergarten.  We will share most of these supplies so you only need to label some.  Please bring these supplies with you to …

New records set by RCS girls’ swim team

The Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk girls’ swim team started the season with a 90-78 victory over Fonda-Johnstown. During the meet, two new records were set by the team and 11 sectional times and one state championship time were met. Carys Bartlett, Gillian Burch, Emily Sulik and Emma Rowzee took down the previous 200 medley relay record with a time …

Children’s stories brought to life by high school creative writing class

High school students took four weeks in December and January to research, brainstorm, write and illustrate original children’s picture books as part of a creative writing course. Throughout the assignment, students found themselves stretched by the process. “Finding a concept and coming up with the general idea of the whole book was probably the hardest …

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