Friday October 12th is the end of Quarter 1. All work must be submitted.
There is no school for students on Monday, October 15th.
Middle schoolers who volunteer can apply for the Prudential Spirit of Community award at http://spirit.prudential.com by 11/6.
Below are some tips to help have a wonderful, healthy summer:
Scholarship opportunity for students in 8th grade and older. Apply at cirkled.in.com and describe the best summer you’ve ever had… in 3 sentences. Deadline: 7/31/18 . Award amount: $2,500
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:
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.
Children and teenagers can become anxious when their routines are disrupted by natural disasters such as a hurricane. Parents should try to address those fears in a factual, reassuring manner. If you remain calm, your children will often follow your behavior.
While we wait for Hurricane Irma, there are resources available:
RB Stewart MS is a hurricane shelter. Please evacuate if you are in Zone A or need a sturdy structure.
When school resumes, our counseling team will be available to help our students as we recover from the effects of Hurricane Irma.