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Welcome to Renovo Elementary School. Our school is part of the Bucktail campus located outside of Renovo in North Bend. We currently enroll approximately 225 students in kindergarten through sixth grade. We have a wonderful staff of teachers who provide high quality instruction in balanced literacy and mathematics. Our teachers have worked closely with our PTO in several projects to help provide excellent opportunities for our children at recess and special social events. Renovo elementary is the home of the Rickey Show. This is our morning announcement program that has been featured as part of the Governor's Institute for Reading First at Villanova University and at the Clinton County EXPO. We hope you enjoy your tour of our website and we hope to see you at some of our special activities
**Special Halloween Statement**
**Special Halloween Statement**
It is the hope of the Keystone Central School District to work with the parents of our students to help foster a safe and effective learning environment for all our children. Therefore, we take extra care in determining who is permitted into our buildings and classrooms - especially when your children are inside. KCSD understands that parents and family members enjoy visiting their child's school during Halloween to help their children and their classmates enjoy the activities. One of the most popular is the annual parade, as students walk in and around school property showcasing their Halloween attire. However, with rain in the forecast for Thursday, administration may have to cancel all outdoor activities. If so, a decision will be made that morning by 9:30 AM and communicated to families through a PowerAnnouncement and other methods used by individual schools and/or teachers. If outdoor activities are cancelled due to the weather, only parents and/or family members who were requested by classroom teachers and pre-approved by the building administrator will be admitted into the building for Halloween activities. We're sorry for any inconvenience this may create but we hope everyone will understand why we have to limit access to our buildings for certain events. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please contact the building principal for assistance.