A message from RICHMOND MIDDLE SCHOOL
Frances C. Richmond Middle School Friday Focus
The annual RMS fall open house isfrom 530-720p. Parents attending will follow their child's schedule visiting core classes and any of our elective courses during elective time slots. We will have highlighted, printed schedules available for you at check-in in the main lobby. We hope that you will be able to attend and experience a simulation of a child's schedule while also meeting teachers and getting an overview of their course and backgrounds. Here are a few notes and tips to help you have a successful evening:
In upcomingFocus editions I will be sharing some examples of the ongoing professional development we are engaging in around meeting the needs of the individual learner. I look forward to sharing with you.
Have a wonderful weekend!
- Fall Open House. 530p-720p, Come follow your child's schedule.
- RMS Dance, 700-900p. Details below.
- No School, Teacher Inservice Day
- No School, Columbus Day
+RMS Notes and Information
-(Repost)The first 2015-2016 RMS School Dance is. School dances are chaperoned by a combination of parents and staff members and are organized by our student council. In addition:
+Dances cost $5.00 and are for Richmond Middle School students only.
+If you are sent to the office or absent on the day of a dance you may not attend the dance that night.
+Once you leave the dance you may not return.
+Dances include a DJ/dance floor in the cafeteria, sports in the gym, and sometimes a movie and/or game room. Refreshments are also sold by the student council.
+All school rules and guidelines are in effect at dances. Dances are fun and meant to be enjoyed by all participants.
+We welcome parent participation in the pick-up basketball and soccer games!
+Please do pick-up your child promptly at 900p. We ask that you help ensure our staff and volunteers can get home to their families.
+Community Calendar and Activities
-HHS Football Announcement: Fall is here and football has begun! Last week, the Marauders played Kingswood and won 34-14, a good start to the season!! We invite you to join usat under the lights, as Hanover High School hosts Kearsarge in the Homecoming football game. There is no admission fee and we will be holding a fall food drive for The Haven. See you there!
-RMS student and Cellist Justin Zhou, winner of the Lakes Region Symphony Orchestra's young musicians concerto competition, will be featured at the LRSO's season opening concert on www.LRSO.org/tickets. Congratulations to Justin from the RMS community.-Hopkins Center Halloween-o-thon: Do you or your teen want to make the next Vertigo or Cabin in the Woods? For the second year, the Hopkins Center for the Arts partners with Community Access TV of White River Junction to present the 4th annual Halloween-o-thon, a fun-filled competition for local young filmmakers. The Hop’s involvement is part of its Community Venture Initiative, which offers new opportunities for Upper Valley residents of all ages to create, access and explore the arts. Movie-making teams have until September 25 to register, and after that date will have three weeks to write, direct and star in their own five-minute, horror mini-masterpieces. On October 3, teams can attend movie-making workshops where Dartmouth student filmmakers will share best practices in lighting, sound and screenwriting as well as tricks (and treats) of the trade. On October 24, the finished films will be screened in the Loew Auditorium—with their creators earning awards for everything from best screenplay to best scream. Find out more at at 730p at Inter-Lakes high school in Meredith. Tickets are available at https://hop.dartmouth.edu/Online/halloweenothon or http://catv8.org/halloween-o-thon-2015/.
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