• The Student Council needs new members for the 2018-2019 school year. Information packets, and the necessary forms are available at the attendance office window, or in room 225.  If you have an interest in making RMS the best school it can be, or if you are an agent of change for our school, please consider running for ASB student council.  Please see Ms. Konicki with any questions.

 

  • Today is our last social of the year. There will be music, there will be dancing and there will be food.  Buy your ticket today, or tomorrow during lunch.  Tickets are $2 for ASB members and $5 for non-members.  Buy your tickets at lunch as this is the last time you can purchase them.  Can’t wait to see you there. 

 

  • Dungeons and Dragons club is cancelled this week.

 

  • The end of the quarter is upon us. It’s a great time to clear away anything from last quarter and start clean, so let’s all return those overdue library books and project books for the projects that you have turned in! Let’s see if we can have ZERO overdues by the end of the day!

 

  • Today you will have an Extended PACE Period to take the Grizzly Survey on your laptops. The Grizzly Survey helps us learn how we can better serve the needs of all students, and ensure that RMS is a safe and welcoming school. Please make sure your laptops are charged and that you can log on to your email account. Please do not start the survey before PACE if you receive the email with the link earlier.

 

  • Have you ever heard of the domo? Well, he’s lost! And we have a very special reward if you bring him back to us! He left us a clue of where to find him. Can you crack the code? If roses are red and violets are blue, the domo is brown, now this is the first clue. If you find the shiny trophy the trumpets will sound. The drums will play and the domo will be found.  Start your journey. When you find the domo, return it to Mrs. Hall in room 221 during PACE. 

 

  • Today for Cocoa Cart: Since we have an hour of pace today we will be going to a lot more pods. Like the portables, gym, shop, Alder, Douglas Fir, and Madrona.

 

  • This week we will be talking about the University of California at Santa Barbara where Ms. Metcalf went to school.

Ms. Metcalf majored in Law and Society at UCSB before going to law school. While she was a student, she was able to go on a summer program to Cambridge University in England with students from other UC campuses. Her experience then led her to return this past summer for another program at Cambridge, this one for librarians. UCSB now offers more than 400 programs in 44 countries through their Education Abroad Program.

 

Happy Birthday to the following staff members: Ms. Dunsire, Ms. Smith, and Ms. Jacobsen-Ross

 

Be Kind, Be Honest, and Be Proud. Be a Grizzly