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January is School Board Recognition month. Take this opportunity to help acknowledge thousands of public servants who make the time to share their vision and voice about the future of Texas children. A special thanks to our board members: Pres. Jason Lewis, V. Pres. Rennie Mann, Secretary Tana Lusty, Sally Gossett, Grant Appleton, Kay McKee, and Stephen Tharp.  

This is San Saba County Stock Show Week! The San Saba County Stock Show will begin Thursday, January 10th. Please stop by the Show Barn and watch the county competition, and the Youth Fair at the San Saba Civic Center to view student exhibits. If you see Mr. Dennis this week, tell him thank you for all he does for our Ag students!

These elementary students have met their AR goals and will be rewarded with ice cream, prizes , and games on Wed., Jan 9. Congratulations to: Edgar Flores , Jenson Jones, Hannah Kysor, Riot Leon, Dane Macdonald, Karime Oyervides, Cecilia Tavera,  Joseph Usery, Makayla Kubin, Samantha Ledesma, Piper Shannon,  Mia Tharp, Kinsley Tipton, Emma Bryant,  Aven Diaz, Ian Haug, Dalton Moats, Hunter Stewart, Kolton Bench, D. J. Ledesma, Dusti Gossett, Fallon Soto, Flora Appleton, Landry Brown,  Jaspur Farris, Calyn Kubin, Troy Kubin and Billy Perry. READERS ARE LEADERS!

These junior high and high school students have met their AR goals and will be rewarded with pizza, drinks, and brownies on Monday, January 14 during lunch in the library. Congratulations to: Madison Thurman, Jayden Sutherland,  Hailee Mack, Cohen Tharp, Piper Moats, Lanie Norris, Nick Nilson, Daeja Perkins, Savannah Perry, Jeremiah Usery, Madia Norris, Kaitlyn Sutherland, Noah Rigdon, and Matt  Rigdon. READERS ARE LEADERS! Stop by the library and give Valerie Gossett a shoutout for supporting and rewarding student reading!

Parent involvement is critically important in the education of children of all ages, from newborns through high school age and beyond. We know that parents—and what they do or don't do at home—make a huge difference in their child’s reading ability, in their attitudes toward learning, in the development of socially responsible behaviors and values, in children's performance on standardized test scores, in students' likelihood of graduating from high school, and much more. School teachers and staff at Richland Springs must continually try to engage all parents in the education of their children because we know parents, students, and Richland Springs’ school benefits when children and schoolwork are supported at home. Contact your child’s teacher and get involved in their education today. Your help and support are needed and appreciated.

We have a great community, students, teachers and staff. It looks to be a great year at Richland Springs.

Community Involvement is the Key to Our Success

Early release at 12:52 on Thursday, January 10

No school on Friday, January 11

Support the 87th Annual San Saba County Young Farmer’s Livestock Show

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