Part­ner­ship at work at Ring­gold Ele­men­tary

The Catoosa County News - - COMMUNITY NEWS - Staff re­ports

On Nov. 7 Ring­gold Ele­men­tary wel­comed busi­ness and com­mu­nity part­ners to school for their fall Busi­ness in Ed­u­ca­tion col­lab­o­ra­tive meet­ing.

Fifth-graders and tal­ented mem­bers of the Ring­gold Singers be­gan the meet­ing by lead­ing the Pledge of Al­le­giance, singing the na­tional an­them, in­tro­duc­ing them­selves, and per­form­ing the Ring­GOLD Way cheer.

Prin­ci­pal, Kim Erwin then ex­plained more about the RING­GOLD Way, which is a pos­i­tive be­hav­ior in­cen­tives and sup­ports ap­proach that RES staff and stu­dents are im­ple­ment­ing this school year.

Ad­di­tion­ally, mem­bers were asked to visit one of the 20-plus clubs RES stu­dents are en­joy­ing once per month on the fi­nal Mon­day of each month.

Ad­di­tional in­for­ma­tion was shared, a home­made break­fast was en­joyed, and mem­bers brain­stormed ideas for the school year ahead.

RES ex­tends sin­cere grat­i­tude for their faith­ful part­ners and wel­comes their new ones.

RES Part­ners look on as Ring­gold Singers Mor­gan Dink­ins, Made­line Cooper, Ella Grace Tucker, Shelby Jones, Jour­ney Ran­som, Ly­dia Col­quette, Rowen Wil­lis, Rhett Blankenship, and Cole Hughes, sing the na­tional an­them.

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