RCS News & Events

RCS officially launches 'Bring Your Own Device' program

MURFREESBORO — Rutherford County Schools will officially launch support for "Bring Your Own Device," commonly known as BYOD, beginning with the second semester for grades 6-12.

BYOD is a program that allows students to use their own personal electronic devices — such as iPods, tablets or laptops — at school for academic purposes. At the discretion of classroom teachers and principals, personal devices can be utilized as a supplemental part of students’ daily learning experience.

"Students are continuing, more and more, to use smart phones, tablets and other personal devices in every part of their life," RCS Instructional Technology Coordinator Trey Duke said. "We are excited to offer students this opportunity for learning through the same structured, secured and filtered network they use when they access school-owned devices and machines."

December 2014
Blackman, Riverdale win $50,000 as part of safe teen driving initiative
PHOTOS: Nashville Predators teach hockey to Walter Hill students
Oakland FFA team earns Silver emblem, individual awards

Lascassas students gain adult life experience through 'Reality Fair'
Campus teacher plans to use NASA Orion launch experience in classroom
Business Education Partnership awards 43 mini-grants to Rutherford teachers
Siegel Foundation accepting 2015 scholarship applications; open to all seniors
MTSU Athletics hosting coat drive at games on Dec. 19-20 to benefit Rutherford, Murfreesboro students
Central Magnet School robotics team wins BEST competition

Teachers, adminstrators and students work on Habitat House
Smyrna student nominated for U.S. Presidential Scholars program
School Board honors Mr. Football award winners
RCS officially launches 'Bring Your Own Device' program
Oakland hosting info meeting for International Baccalaureate Jan. 15
New OHS facility enables students to complete certification in high school; First on-site Mechatronics program of its kind in country
School Board adopts 5-year building plan, includes John Colemon addition
RCS Parent Newsletter, December 2014

November 2014
PHOTO: Veterans Day 2014
Central's Claudia Smith national finalist for High School Heisman
Transition Academy students practice social skills while providing Thanksgiving meal

LaVergne Middle School hosting annual 'Project Feed' on Nov. 25
Oakland holding open house for Mechatronics program on Dec. 12
Blackman High School launching ‘Collegiate Academy;’ Parent information meeting scheduled for Dec. 8

Rutherford County schools hosting various Veteran’s Day events

McFadden one of only 10 Tennessee schools to earn recycling award

Rutherford Co. hosting info meeting for HOME grant program Nov. 17

Gov. Haslam seeking public input on Tennessee's K-12 academic standards

2015-2016 RCS academic calendar now available online

Thurman Francis team earns excellence award in robotics competition
Smyrna band wins Grand Champion award at Mid-South Marching Invitational
Boy Scouts Exploring interest meeting for parents set for Dec. 4
Roy Waldron dance team brings home two first place trophies
Oakland criminal justice club wins Middle Tennessee competition
Middle school teachers receive valuable training during national conference

November parent newsletter



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