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To access and print a new student enrollment packet, please click on the attachment below or visit www.richardallenschools.com.
2014-2015 OPEN ENROLLMENT APP PKT.doc
To access and print a current student re-enrollment packet, please click on the attachment below or visit www.richardallenschools.com.
Re-Enrollment Application 2014 - 2015.pdf
The Richard Allen Schools are public community schools that participate in state-wide assessment (including the Ohio Achievement Assessments).  The Schools uphold compulsory attendance requirements for all students, as required by law.

Parents may request information regarding the professional qualifications of their students' teachers by writing or emailing the principal. For a complete faculty roster that lists where faculty completed their collegiate studies and the undergraduate or graduate degrees held, click on the Richard Allen Schools District Site link in the Resources section on the left. 

Summer News!!

Have a Happy and Safe Summer!

Meet the Teacher Night will be held on August 12th for 6th, 7th and 8th grade at 6:00 p.m.and for our 3rd thru 5th graders it will be held August 14th at 6:00 p.m.

Richard Allen Academy II is glad to announce that Karate will be for our 3rd and 4th graders!!! Parents may stop by the school store to order the Karate Uniform. 

The School Store is now open on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 9-4 p.m.. Stop by to see what's in!!!

From the Principal

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER

Third Grade Reading Guarantee
 
Ohio legislators recently passed Senate Bill 316, a mandate that has made reading more important than ever.  Beginning next year, third graders who score below the designated score on the Reading Ohio Achievement Assessment will be retained in accordance with the requirements of SB 316.
 
The Third Grade Guarantee requires all students in grades K-3 to be administered a reading diagnostic assessment by September 30th, of each school year.  At Richard Allen Schools, diagnostic assessments are not new.  Our classroom teachers already complete individualized student assessments and use the results and information from a variety of sources to plan for teaching and intervention in order to meet each child’s unique needs.
 
As a result of those assessments, teachers must identify students as “On Track” (meaning that their performance is meeting expectations for students entering the current grade level) or “NOT On Track” (meaning that their performance is currently below expectations for the grade level to which they are entering).
 
This new law requires Ohio school districts to develop and monitor a reading improvement plan for all students who are “not on track” according to the data collected.  In the event that the data should show a reading deficiency, a written notice will be sent to parents/guardians describing their child’s reading deficiency and the reading improvement plan.   Do not jump to the conclusion that a “Not on Track” status, based upon initial assessments on the first days of school, means that your child will not be successful in school.  At Richard Allen, we work hard to provide good teaching and support for all students. 
 
We encourage you to contact your child’s teacher for suggestions in ways you can help your child succeed in school.

Saturday, October 25
Saturday Tutoring
Information to come...
Thursday, October 30
Harvest skating party
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Prizes awarded for the best costume
Friday, October 31
No School
Faculty In-Service
Mon, Nov 24 - Fri, Nov 28
No School
Thanksgiving Break
Friday, December 19
No School
Faculty In-Service

Today, 10/25/2014
High: 67 Low: 47
Mostly cloudy
8% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 10/26/2014
High: 64 Low: 44
Mostly clear
0% chance of precipitation.