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Cookies & Milk Membership Contest
The school-wide cookies and milk membership incentive contest began this week when directories were sent home with your students. Grizzly Time teachers used the number of members listed on the directory labels to but "chips" on their cookie and milk class mini-poster. As each class gets to 100% membership they will receive cookies. The stretch goal is that every family in the class has a member and the teacher is a member too. Because families can have more than one member it is quite possible that every single Grizzly Time class will win and receive cookies. Cookies are to include no nuts and ... read full article

Check out the Latest Bear Tracks!
Check out the latest Bear Tracks  for the week of November 12, 2018! ... read full article

Advertise in Oz! The Musical's Program
The Grizzlies will be Muchkins and Lions and Flying Monkeys and many other fantastic creatures this January in Oz! The Musical! While the audience is being mesmerized by the show, you can also get those eyes on your business if you advertise in the Oz! the Musical Program! There will be 4 shows January 17, 18 and 2 on January 19, 2019! If your own Grizzly is in the Musical you could also put in a Parent Shout Out with well wishes for them!   Parent Shout Outs - $15   Business Ads 1/8 page $25 1/4 page $40 1/2 ... read full article

Company Matching Information
Do you or your spouse work for a company that will match your PTSA donation or membership fees? If you joined the Redmond Middle School Parent Teacher Student Association (RMS PTSA) at the family membership level, $25, your payment is eligible for a company match from companies like Microsoft, Amazon, Boeing and Google just to name a few. Any pass the hat donation is also eligible for matching funds. Please check with your company's HR or benefits department to find out if they match donations to a 501(c)(3). The matching process is easy to do! Using Microsoft as an example, ... read full article

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