Category: News

What’s Friction?

As part of their Science & Math course, 21st CCLC students have been studying friction.  They have learned that friction is the force resisting the motion of objects against each other.   They worked with...

Robotics!!!

As part of our enrichment program, 21st Century students participate in a weekly Robotics course.  Students have been fully responsible for designing, building, and testing speed and functionality of their engineered cars and windmills.    

2016 Michigan Green School Recognition

Ronald Brown Academy has been recognized as a 2016 Michigan Green School for our science initiatives. Wayne County Recognition Letter Congratulations! Because of the hard work from the teachers, students and parents, Ronald Brown Academy...

Green Eggs and Ham Anyone?

In honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday, which was March 2, our preschool students celebrated their annual Green Eggs and Ham Day. Many of our students grow up on Dr. Seuss books and use the literature to develop and strengthen their...

21st CCLC Fun

Our 21st CCLC program provides fun, interactive activities for students and families.  During session 2, students have learned to make ice cream in a bag from our I-Scream vendors and parents have participated in...

Germs & Bacteria

During one of our hands-on investigations, 21st CCLC students learned about germs and bacteria.  Students learned how to use Petri plates, swabs, and solution to collect sample cultures. Working in teams, students tested a variety of school...

World Read Aloud Day

On February 24th RBA celebrated World Read Aloud Day.  Children were treated to a great number of stories read to them by our local volunteers.  Everyone from Principal Mrs. Tait, Assistant Principal Ms. Clayton, Instructional Specialists...

Count Day Incentive Dance

As an attendance incentive, all students who were present on Count Day, February 10, were invited to attend the Valentine’s Day Dance.  Students wore jeans and their pink or red shirts and celebrated having...

Scientific Investigations

Part of the scientific method is to test hypotheses, make observations and draw conclusions.  During their academic sessions, 21st CCLC students have been  testing theories on how to burst a balloon with an orange as well...

National Elementary Honor Society Induction

RBA is proud to announce the induction of eleven 4th – 6th graders into the National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS). The purpose of the NEHS is to recognize elementary students who have demonstrated excellence in academics,...