-Yearbook: 2016 RMS Yearbook orders can be placed with Mrs. Powers at any point. Checks should be made payable to "RMS" in the amount of $20 per yearbook. Mrs. Powers will be available to take Yearbook orders at the 8th grade parent night at HHS Thursday night, and students in all grades may bring checks into school until yearbooks sell out
-Concussions and Returning to School
The health office protocol for students returning to school with a diagnosed concussion has been updated. A meeting with the RMS Registered Nurse is required before returning to academic classes. A care coordination plan will be reviewed with you and your child.
Please see the updated protocol and required return to learn plan here:
Please contact Abigale Pelletier, RN with questions firstname.lastname@example.org
-RMS Lost and Found: Student have been reminded to check the Lost and Found for any misplaced items. All unclaimed clothing will be donated over February vacation.
-Office Note: One week until February vacation. If you will be taking your child out of school for any extra days, please remember to email Julia Wybourne with the dates.
-Richmond School Camp Fair (click for more info)
Families of K-12 students are invited to check out summer program opportunities at this free community event! Spread the word to all your friends in the Upper Valley
Wednesday, February 24th, 5-6:30 PM
RMS Gymnasium, 63 Lyme Road, Hanover, NH
Questions? contact Liz Powers email@example.com
-One of the members of Jeh Kulu, a West African Dance and Drum Group took a break from teaching African dance to 6th graders to visit the Richmond woodworking shop. He was very interested in the work our students were doing, especially since he is a woodcarver himself. I offered him some wood and tools and he carved this decorative motif in about ten minutes, working alongside the students. It was an unexpected and wonderful moment, and we have a carved memory to show and save! -Rich Starr
-RMS Mock Primary: RMS students will have the opportunity to vote in a mock primary on Monday. We look forward to sharing the results with you next week.
-The 2016 school election will be Tuesday, March 1, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Hanover High School Gym for Hanover residents, and Tracy Hall for Norwich residents. If you will not be able to vote March 1st, you can click here for information about requesting an absentee ballot.
-Parents/Guardians of current RMS 8th Grade Students: In an effort to better serve students participating in our 8th Grade 1:1 iPad Program, we are asking parents to take a few minutes to share their observations and thoughts from this year's 1:1 experience. Thanks for taking the time to complete this survey.
-8th Grade iPads will be collected for February Break on Wednesday, February 10prior to the Renaissance Festival and no homework vacation.
-(Repost) Note that the HHS Information Night for Parents of current 8th grade students has changed to Thursday, February 11th at 630 at HHS. We will continue to update any HHS transition information we receive on our web page at: https://sites.google.com/a/hanovernorwichschools.org/rms-guidance/home/8th-grade-course-selections.