Rodney B. Cox Elementary School
37615 Martin Luther King Boulevard • Dade City, FL 33523 Phone:(352) 524-5100 Principal: Kimberly Natal
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October 15-December 14th
New to RBCES Kindergarten students can be enrolled anytime during office hours (8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.) over the summer until August 3rd. Please come by our front office with the required documentation (birth certificate, FL immunization certificate, school physical,...
If you are a parent of a 2nd grade student at Cox please consider signing them up for Summer School Distance Learning. Call the school or contact your child's teacher for more information.
We have released Issue 5 of eLearning News for Pasco Parents, which provides detailed information about Distance Learning, learning enrichment activities, and our plan to ensure that all students have the tools to engage in Distance Learning. Lea el boletín en...
RBCES CALENDAR OF EVENTS
What do you want to find out or what type of problem are you trying to solve? “Research Plan” needs to be completed and approved by both teacher and parent/guardian.
Grades 3-5 will list 5 questions. The teacher will choose the final.
Grades K-2 will choose a project together.
Gather research about your science project topic using a variety of sources such as: internet search, books, encyclopedias, magazines, as well as information from professionals like doctors, nurses, engineers, researchers, teachers, veterinarians, librarians, and other sources as needed. List the resources in your project log.
Identifying Variables – What will you change (Independent Variable)? What will you measure or observe (Dependent Variable)? What will you not change and not measure or observe (Constant Variables)?
Variables should be listed in your LOG.
On your planning page, write the problem or “question” your experiment will test and your hypothesis as to how you predict the experiment/design process will turn out.