Join us on Friday, February 10th, to delve into the scientific explorations created by our ever-curious students. Every year Rainbow students spend the winter months preparing for the Annual Science Fair in February. They make hypothesis, design surveys, research technologies, analyse data, and draw their scientific conclusions. Topics range from local to global, technical to theoretical. Bring your family and friends along for this incredible day of scientific inquiry!
Please check the schedule below to know when each grade is presenting their projects. Most grades present more than once. Each grade will be hosting their guests in their own classrooms. If you have any questions, Kate at the front desk in the main office can help guide you to the correct classroom. We hope to see you there!
9:30-10:00 Grades: 2, Omega A, Omega B
Rainbow’s annual SHINE! Talent Show is coming up, on Thursday, Feb 23rd from 5-8pm! Children of all ages can give a three minute performance to show off their talents to our Rainbow Community. This is always a super fun and special event where we get to watch our creative kids shine!
Timing and Dinner Details:
Starting 5pm, pizza (regular and gluten free) will be available to purchase for $3/slice in the 6th grade class room. There will be salads available donated by parent council. The show will start in the auditorium, at 60 State Street, promptly at 5:30pm with a 30min intermission starting at 6:30pm. Pizza will also be served during intermission.
How to Sign Your Child Up to Perform:
We have approximately 30 time slots available for performances. 5:30-6pm will initially be reserved for the younger children in Pre-K and K. Contact Kate Chassner at email@example.com to sign up your child and for more information.
Winter time is a perfect time to come together in community! The whole family is invited to this free funky fun dance party at the Rainbow Community Center in the auditorium at 60 State Street, from 3pm to 5pm on Saturday, February 4th. Preschoolers through Middleschoolers are encouraged to get up on the stage and boogie to their favorite tunes. Rainbow students don’t often get the chance to romp and sway, groove and bounce on the auditorium stage. This is the perfect opportunity to let your kids move their bodies in whatever authentic ways they are inspired to while we gather and mingle in community!
Ring the doorbell and stroll into the glorious venue of The Bee’s Knees Gatsby Gala on Friday, February 17th! We are so excited to host you and your friends and family for a night unlike any other.
Jim Arrendell, father of alumnus Alex and curent 7th grader Maria, will pe performing with his popular band, The Business. The Business is a full 7-piece band, specifically designed to take audiences to a party fantasy land. Hosted by The Rainbow Pollinators Committee at the beautiful home of Jen Tracy and Howard Stafford, this night of revelry will benefit Rainbow Community School’s Financial Aid Program.
While this party night from 7pm to 10pm is for adults only, we are happy to be providing childcare on the RCS campus from 6:30pm to 9:30pm, so that as many of our parents can attend as possible!
Tickets are $100 each and your tickets will include live music, scrumptious food, two drinks, and a unique night out with your darling Rainbow community! #LoveTheHive
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Watch the video below to get a sense of The Business’s vibrant energy and colorful sound.
Come to Omega Middle School at 60 State Street in West Asheville on Thursday, November 10th from 6:15 to 8pm for presentations from EIGHT different local high schools! Choosing where to go to high school is a big decision. We’ve made things a little easier by bringing all the high schools together for one night and one night only! Each high school will briefly introduce their program before opening up the floor for questions and more in depth conversations. All are welcome to attend!