Geniuses at Work!
We are proud of all our students' accomplishments, no matter how great or small!
Cross Country 2019
We are so proud of our 2019 Cross Country Team! These students ran their little hearts out this season and it paid off! All students did an outstanding job! What an amazing season!
Grade School Boys - 2nd place
Middle School Girls - 2nd place
Middle School Boys - 2nd place
SCIENCE FAIR 2019
Robinson had a group of students represent us at the district wide Science Fair Competition! These future scientist demonstrated their science projects in front of judges and competed against students their own age from across the county. We are proud to say that we had these students place:
1st Place - Vincent Palacios
2nd Place - Harper Thornsberry
2nd Place - Gatlin Vanover
Natalie Smith and Paisley Reynolds - won 1st place
Aubree Combs - won 2nd place
Vincent Palicios - won 2nd place
Harper Thornsberry - won 1st place
Addison Combs - won 3rd place
Jackson Mullins: won 1st place
Daniel Smith - won 2nd place
Braxton Deaton - won 3rd place
We are proud of all of our students that competed!
Our flag football team had an undefeated season this year! Congrats to these kiddos and their coach!
Little Jays Cheer Team win 1st Place!
We are so proud of our girls' varsity cheerleaders for winning 1st place in their category at the District Cheer Competition! These girls and their coaches have worked so hard this season and it has paid off by bringing home the trophy. We couldn't ask for a cheer team with more spirit, energy, and sass! We love our little Jays!
Girls Basketball Team
Our girls basketball team competed in the District Basketball Championship and made it all the way to the final game! We ended up winning runner up in the county, which is a title that we haven't earned in many years! These girls and coach definitely deserved this title for all their hard work, sweat, and determination!
Our 2018-19 STLP team has been presenting Kelby's published book to Perry County and Knott County students, parents, and teachers. This year they attended the Perry County Autism professional development at East Perry and read Kelby's book to teachers from various schools. We have also donated copies of Kelby's book to various libraries across Perry County and Knott County. The students competed at State competition with this project against thousands of projects from across the state of Kentucky. We are proud to say that we came in 11th place overall!
Our Elementary team won 1st place in Future Problem Solving!!! They also won 2nd place overall!!! The following students won in various academic categories:
Harper Thornsberry won 1st place in Science and 5th place in the Arts and Humanities category!
Malley Vermillion won 1st place in Writing and 1st place in the Math category!
Peyton Fugate won 4th place in the Writing category!
Mackenzie Terry won 4th place in the Language Arts category!
Honor Roll – 1st Grading Period