Saturday, October 3, 2015


Friday, the THS band, cheerleaders, football players, and dance line, treated R.L. Young students with an AWESOME pep rally. They got the students fired up & eager to come support them at the ball game.

It's always a treat to see former R.L. Young students. They did an AMAZING job. Thanks, Sierra, Brady, Lizzie, Brittany, Patrick, Sadie, Brittany, Lexi, Peyton, and Emaleigh.

The GRAY sisters-Emily & Lizzie

The Bates sisters-Jaycie, Emaleigh, & Cadence


Friday, October 2, 2015


The students in the UGA tried something new and exciting today.  We turned off the lights and read  our books using only FLASHLIGHTS. The students enjoyed this so much and are asking if they can read every week with flashlights. What a fun and exciting way to engage our children!  Thanks for the idea, Mrs. Taylor.  We love it!!!!  

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

New Make-up Sheet

The UGA teachers were ready for a new look on their make-up sheets. Who better to turn to than the students. Five students were up for the challenge of creating make-up sheets. Thanks to Jaycie, Carlee, J'Kaylen, Cadence, and Payton for your creativity, hard work, and wonderful designs. The winning design will be used this year in the UGA. Congratulations to Payton M.

Saturday, September 12, 2015


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The wait is finally over!!!! The students in grades 3-6th recently found out the test results to the ACT Aspire test that was given in April. Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Rigdon met with each classroom to go over their scores.The students plotted their scores and were able to see if they were ready, close, or in need of support. Many of the students were pleased with their results, while some realized that they needed to put forth a little more effort. Some of the students noticed that they were only 1-2 points away from reaching their goal. R. L. Young students came up 5% in text complexity this year. Thank you, Mrs. Thomas & Mrs. Rigdon for explaining the results to us and why they are so important to us.

Friday, September 11, 2015


JaQuavion L. has reason to smile.  He recently found a GOLDEN TICKET hidden in the AR book he checked out.  Mrs. Taylor, our librarian, hid several golden tickets in fiction chapter books.  She offered the students a cool prize if they read the book and passed the test.  Now all of the students are looking for GOLDEN TICKETS.