February is Black History Month. Grover Evans was the first African American to swim on the U.S. Paralympic Team in Barcelona in 1992. He set five world records & won 69 national championships. Evans was born in Jonesboro & inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1996.
about 4 years ago, PCSSD
Grover Evans
PCSSD is wishing everyone a very happy Valentine's Day
about 4 years ago, PCSSD
valentine's day
February is Black History Month. Lottie Lee Holt Shackelford became the first female mayor of Little Rock. In 1998, Shackelford founded the Women's Foundation of Arkansas. She was born in Little Rock and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1993.
about 4 years ago, PCSSD
Lottie Lee Holt Shackelford
RMS Message- 1. When students out with the flu call the attendance office with students name and also follow up with a doctor’s excuse. Thank you. 2. Worlds finest chocolate on sale at lunch on Friday, Feb 14 and Feb 28. Have a great night!
about 4 years ago, Yaa Appiah-McNulty
February is Black History Month. Robert McFerrin Sr. was the first African American to appear in an opera at the Metropolitan Opera house in New York City. McFerrin was born in Marianna and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1995.
about 4 years ago, PCSSD
Robert McFerrin Sr.
February is Black History Month. Sidney Moncrief played basketball for University of Arkansas and led them to the Final Four in '78. He was a first round draft pick and five time All-Star. Moncrief was born in Little Rock and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 2001.
about 4 years ago, PCSSD
Sidney Moncrief
Show off RMS and your LOVE of ART in your new RMS ART T-SHIRT! One of our very own 6th Graders, Tallie Prejean designed it in art class! The shirts are only $12, including tax, and can be ordered online at the following link: www.G4Lcustom.com/romiscartsh.html or by turning in a paper form (which you can pick up from the office or Ms. Combs) with payment. The deadline to order is Monday March 2! Lets represent our love for our RMS artists!
about 4 years ago, Yaa Appiah-McNulty
RMS Band News Dear Band Families, The Robinson Middle School intermediate and advanced bands will perform at Mills High School on Thursday, February 13. Our tentative performance time is 4:50pm. We will perform and receive critiques from a panel of adjudicators. This event is designed to help our district's bands prepare for our formal concert assessment that takes place in March. Transportation will be provided to and from the event. Students should be picked up at RMS around 6:30pm. Students must wear concert black (solid black) dress clothes. Gentlemen must have a long sleeve dress shirt with a collar and ladies are strongly encouraged (but not required) to wear a knee length dress/skirt. Band Boosters are providing gold bow-ties and pearls. No other jewelry or accessories will be allowed on stage. All students with long hair are required to braid or tightly bun their hair. Dress code will be strictly enforced. The performance is free and open to the public. If acquiring black clothes/shoes or transporting your child after the event is a hardship, please, let me know. We are here to help in anyway we can. We are glad to help with clothing, transportation, or whatever supports your family or student may need in order to fully participate. Nobody in the Robinson Bands gets left behind because of money or logistics. Simply, communicate your needs. We will be performing Marchus Maximus (Michael Story), Armory (Randall Standridge), and Night Fury (Carol Chambers). Encourage your student to focus in class and practice at home. Parental interest and support is critical to our success. Please, come listen to our students perform. We hope to represent our community well and make you proud! EVENT DETAILS What: PCSSD Bands Pre-Assessment Date: 02/13/20 Time: 4:50pm (tentative) Where: Mills High School Auditorium Ticket Cost: Free Dress: Concert Black Pick-Up: 6:30pm @ RMS (approximately) Thank you! Ben Light Robinson Band Director blight6953@pcssd.org (870) 509-2030
about 4 years ago, Yaa Appiah-McNulty
REMINDER: Robinson High School will host a cheer clinic for grades K-6 on Saturday, Feb. 15 from 9am - 12pm. $30 per cheerleader includes a t-shirt. Students will perform on Feb. 21 during halftime of the basketball games. Contact Coach Brucks for details: abrucks1263@pcssd.org
about 4 years ago, Joe T. Robinson High
cheer clinic
February is Black History Month. Granville Coggs was an original Tuskegee Airman. He attended Harvard and became the first African American staff physician at San Francisco's Kaiser Hospital. Coggs was born in Pine Bluff and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 2001.
about 4 years ago, PCSSD
Granville Coggs
February is Black History Month. Johnnie Harrison Taylor was a singer known as the "Philosopher of Soul." His single "Disco Lady" was the first single to ever be certified platinum. Taylor was born in Crawfordsville, AR and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1999.
about 4 years ago, PCSSD
Johnnie Harrison Taylor
February is Black History Month. Hubert "Geese" Ausbie was a member of the Harlem Globetrotters basketball team and became known as the "Clown Prince of Basketball." Ausbie attended Philander Smith College and was inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1995.
about 4 years ago, PCSSD
Hubert "Geese" Ausbie
February is Black History Month. Daisy Gatson Bates was a mentor to the Little Rock Nine during Central High's desegregation. In 1957 the AP chose her as Woman of the Year in Education. Bates grew up in Huttig, AR and was inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1993.
about 4 years ago, PCSSD
Daisy Gatson Bates
February is Black History Month. Art Porter Sr. was best known as a jazz musician and performed for President Clinton's two gubernatorial inaugurations and a presidential inaugural reception. Porter is from Little Rock and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1994.
about 4 years ago, PCSSD
Art Porter Sr.
This is a reminder that schools will be closed on Monday, February 10 for parent teacher conferences. We'll see you (students) back in the classroom on Tuesday, February 11!
about 4 years ago, PCSSD
parent teacher conference
February is Black History Month. Andree Yvonne Layton Roaf was the first African American woman to serve on the Arkansas Supreme Court when she was appointed by Governor Jim Guy Tucker. Roaf moved to Pine Bluff as an adult and inducted to the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1996.
about 4 years ago, PCSSD
Andree Yvonne Layton Roaf
about 4 years ago, Yaa Appiah-McNulty
Parent Teacher Conferences Parent Conferences will be held Monday February 10, 2020 from 12-6. Conferences will be held in teacher classrooms. Please sign up for the conferences on the individual teacher link on this page https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zw5HKL4iFxzsJpPR6GWa3JiahZezn7YrUEEQUWnRZ8g/edit?ts=5e39e5cd
about 4 years ago, Yaa Appiah-McNulty
REMINDER! The Pulaski County Special School District science fair will be held *this* Friday, February 7 from 9am until 1 pm. Come visit us at UA-Little Rock and see all the projects from across our school district. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
about 4 years ago, PCSSD
science fair
February is Black History Month. Samuel Massie Jr. was a chemist and worked on the Manhattan Project during WWII. His research led to medications to treat malaria, meningitis and more. He was born in North Little Rock and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1998.
about 4 years ago, PCSSD
 Samuel Massie Jr.