RCLS Field Day
Lunch will be provided outside by our kitchen staff. Check the RCLS Field Day Schedule below to see what time each age group will be served lunch.
>Menu: We're cooking up some pulled pork sandwiches! Lunch will be served with condiments, and an assortment of sides as well as a treat, and milk or water.
>RCLS students will order lunch in their classrooms as they do each school day.
>School lunches are available for parents, siblings, and other visitors for $6/lunch, but these must be ordered by 3:00pm on Tuesday, May 16. Because supplies must be ordered on Tuesday, no additional school lunches will be sold during Field Day.
Field Day Lunch: Order by 3 PM on May 16
Scholastic Book Fair
The competition will be outside, but inside we're hosting the annual Scholastic Book Fair in the gym. Your purchases will benefit the RCLS library. We hope you'll do some shopping between events. Let's raise readers for life!
Things to bring to Field Day:
>Sunscreen, and sunscreen and some more sunscreen
>Comfortable tennis shoes for walking and running
>Hat to protect from sun
>Rain coat (just in case) or poncho
>Wear shorts and your class colored t-shirt (but have sweatshirt and pants ready in case of cooler weather).
Stepping Stones: yellow
First Grade: light blue
Second Grade: green
Third Grade: purple
Fourth Grade: pink
Fifth Grade: gray
Sixth Grade: bright blue
Seventh Grade: orange
Eighth Grade: black class shirts
What not to bring:
*Balls or toys of any kind
*Baseball/Softball Gloves or balls, bats
*Leave laptops inside
Alumni...we hope you are able to join us. Plan to compete in our relay at the end of the day. Chapel Family relays start at 1:45. Please (just like the current student) do not bring any of the items listed above that could potentially be a hazard to all in attendance.
Parents...for things to run smoothly, your help is vital for Field Day to be a success. When dropping students off in the morning plese do not enter the building so that we can get attendance and lunch counts completed in a timley manner. Meeting your student at thier first event would be the best. We would love our parents to be willing to help at events if asked. Examples of ways you may help at your child's events: mark distances for softball throw and disc toss; be a spotter or operating a stopwatch for our dashes; help measure or maybe rake the sand in the long jump pit; help count at our jump rope competition; etc…….Thank you so much in advance!
*Students are reminded that while we are outside having a great time, it is still a school day and school dress code is still to be followed.
*Enjoy the healthy competition and have fun!