Message - April 2020
Dear Parents, students, and community,
We miss our students during this Covid-19 shutdown. We hope to see everyone very soon!
While nothing can replace face-to-face interaction with an educator, access to instructional materials is essential during an extended closure. Beginning the week of April 6, 2020, RCS will offer optional assignments and activities to keep students engaged throughout the COVID-19 shutdown. New assignments will be added for each week of the shutdown. Also, BHS teachers in all content areas will be sharing supplemental resources via their websites and will provide feedback on submitted assignments, although a grade will not be given.
Parents, if you need anything, please do not hesitate to call or email. We will take care of you!
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Teaching and administration in public schools have been a part of Dr. Justus's life for twenty-eight years. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina in English and Education. Her Master's Degree was in Leadership from the University of Memphis, and her EdS and Doctorate were in Supervision and Leadership from Union University. Her doctoral work was on intervention for the ACT. She taught English for Collierville High School in Shelby County for eight years. She has been an assistant principal, Vice Principal, and Principal at Bolton High School (Shelby County), Germantown High School (Shelby County), Houston High School (Shelby County) & Blackman High School (Rutherford County), respectively. Dr. Justus loves middle Tennessee, Rutherford County Schools, and Blackman High! Go Blaze!