Spring Music Program
Wed Apr 9 (6 pm)
The fifth grade strings will perform at 6 p.m. followed by the fourth grade’s presentation of Music Matters by Teresa Jennings. It will be a wonderful night of celebrating music!
Mon-Fri Apr 14 - 18
School will be closed
In the News
January is Reading Month!
"A Good Book is Worth Melting For!" January it Reading Month at Red Mill Elementary School. Several activities are scheduled throughout the month. Each grade level will be reading to melt their grade's snowman, in hopes of winning a "hot chocolate bar" with all the fixings. Our annual Read-A-Thon will benefit "Read-to-Feed'. Pledges will be collected through January 30 and can be made online by clicking here. For a list of monthly events, click here.
The "Great Kindess Challenge - January 19 - 30th
The Great Kindness Challenge is dedicated to creating a culture of kindness on campuses nationwide. Red Mill is proudly participating in this proactive, positive bully prevention initiative, starting January 19th - 30th (due to staff days on the 26th and 27th). All students will receive a Great Kindness Challenge checklist of different "kind deeds" they can do, to show the world that "KINDNESS MATTERS!" Copies of the checklists can be found on our Tuesday Folders webpage.
'Art of the Military Child' Contest
Red Mill Students have participated in the Art of the Military Child contest three years in a row. Each year the contest gets bigger and better. If you are interested in being part of this contest, please print out/fill out all permission slips and return artwork created on the 8 1/2 X 11 template to Mrs. Baker by February 17, 2015. Click HERE for the information and forms.
Hour of Code
Many Red Mill students participated in 'The Hour of Code' celebration of Computer Science Education Week, during December 8-14, 2014. This global movement, organized by non-profit organization, code.org, is dedicated to expanding participation in computer science by making it available in more schools all around the world. Anyone, anywhere can participate. No experience needed. More than 75,601,661 people have tried an 'Hour of Code'.
For more pictures of Red Mill's participation, visit The Core, Virginia Beach City Public Schools blog..