Make your appointment in July with the school counselor to select courses for the school year — don’t wait until the August rush!!
REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS: MUST PRESENT THESE ITEMS:
PARENT/GUARDIAN’S DRIVER’S LICENSE
PROOFS OF RESIDENCY IN THE STEWART MIDDLE SCHOOL ZONE (if Driver’s License address isn’t current) — current utility bill, lease agreement, house contract etc. showing parent/guardian’s name and physical address (PO Boxes are not acceptable)
504 Plan/IEP (if applicable) – current IEP & Psychological report.
REPORT CARD/TRANSCRIPT FROM LAST SCHOOL
IN-STATE(but not Pasco County) Florida TRANSFERS: Students transferring from another Florida school must present these additional items upon registration:
4 DPT + 1 booster
3 POLIO + 1 booster
Hepatitis B Series
TDAP Booster (7th Grade)
Variciella (chicken pox) – 2 vaccines for 6th gr.
OUT-OF-STATE TRANSFERS: Students entering a Pasco County School for the first time must have ALL of the above itemsPLUS the following items:
CURRENT PHYSICAL – dated and signed by a physician within the last 12 months and specifies heart, lungs and blood pressure. Needs to be more than a statement that reads “child is in good health or normal”.
How to enroll in an online course: (note: to fulfill the PE requirement — sign up for PERSONAL FITNESS, not Hope):
Go to Pasco eSchool Course catalog:
For 8th graders: http://eschool.pasco.k12.fl.us/high-school-courses9-12/ . NOTE: Any virtual course activated prior to July 1 cannot be counted in your high school course schedule for the 2018-2019 school year – even if the course remains active. If you want complete it before the school year starts, enroll now. If you want to work on it during the school year and show on your SCHEDULE, wait until 7/1 to activate your class.
8th graders enrolling in High School PE, search for PERSONAL FITNESS (if you are looking to fulfill the 1 whole year credit of PE requirement, first complete Personal Fitness. After completing Personal Fitness, you will need to register/complete semester of Fitness Lifestyle Design, or Outdoor education — see your 8th grade counselor for questions)
Click the Red “Register Now” button on the right hand column with a parent.
Complete the form with a parent:
Name, ID #, DOB, high school course, segment A, if you’re wanting Honors credit (if available), gender, grade level, attending RBSMS
Date you want to start your course.
For “School Counselor”, scroll past all the High School Counselors to select Ms. Lessem’s name from Middle School Counselor list. Infinity and 6th Grade students select Ms. Pinsky’s name, 7th grade students select Ms. Banks’ name).
After parent has approved the course request, contact your school counselor and she’ll verify your enrollment.
Next, you’ll see on your Dashboard once you’ve been assigned to a teacher. When you have a teacher assigned, be sure to follow the Instructions emailed to you by Pasco eSchool: go on your teacher’s Welcome Page, read that information, SCHEDULE YOUR WELCOME CALL, and look over the Pace chart.
Using your Pace chart and your calendar, schedule your assignments, DBAs, and assessments into your calendar.
With your parent having a Parent/Guardian Account, they will have:
24-7 online access to submitted and/or graded assignments and your child’s grade book
Monthly phone calls from teachers
Monthly progress reports emailed to parent emails
Regular email updates from teachers
Extensive access to teachers
How to create your Parent/Guardian Account:
Student Completes Application: First, the student must complete the sign up process. Once the student has completed the online application he/she will receive a Student Username/ Password. You will need this Student Username/ Password to create your Parent/Guardian Account.
The month of April is just around the corner and April is a month dedicated to several worthy causes including National Autism Aw
areness Month as w
ell as National Youth Violence Prevention Month.
RBSMS will participate in the “Spread the Word to End the Word” campaign to educate why the R-word (retard/retarded) is hurtful to those with intellectual disabilities and their families. We will have activities during the week of April 2nd (which happens to be World Autism Awareness Day) through April 6th.
And the winners of the End the R-Word at RBSMS are:
Nijia Orlandi Breanne Rood Qixalia Howard Destiny Williams Ryan Glover Adam Stringer Josh Pellegrino Kamil Mehrab Emily Kirk Alyssa Baker Jacob Smith
Amelia Palmer Tyler Davis Alyzisha Rodriguez Kelianexis Rodriguez Victoria Smith Hezekiah Patterson Javonte Robinson Lillian Rap Angel Rodriguez Ta’mya Floyd
C lunch: Tiffany Reynolds Lara Velazquez Melodylyn Yazell Alyssa Schroeder LeAnn Sears Marcos Gonzalez Travin Lee Layla Laezza Logan Williams Timberly Steward Caleb Garcia
Because these winners could:
answer trivia about this week’s videos,
cite the purpose of the campaign,
explain the importance of inclusion, and
list ways to intervene if another person did use the r-word slur
These students signed the pledge banner, wore the Spread The Word bracelet, and won the I Pledge to Respect Everyone t-shirt.
The Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program is a selective 5-year, precollege scholarship for high-performing seventh-grade students with financial need. It provides comprehensive academic and college advising, financial support for school, Cooke-sponsored summer programming, internships, and other learning enrichment opportunities that may benefit students during their high school years.
Cooke Young Foundation Scholars Program Eligibility
Grade level: Currently in seventh grade
Grades: Mostly A’s with no C’s in sixth and seventh grade
Testing: Official score report from state standardized testing, SAT®score reports (if applicable)
Family income: Less than $95,000 annually
Location: Reside in the U.S. or a U.S. territory and will attend high school in the U.S.