Erase The Hate Week is our annual event celebrating everyone’s uniqueness and appreciating our differences. We’re celebrating this year from Friday 9/21 daily through Monday 10/1 with a different theme, video, and activities each day, so join us to help build our best school climate! Here’s our introductory SchoolMessenger notice and our kickoff video.
This week, Raymond B. Stewart Middle School staff and students are visiting our main elementary feeder schools to share all the wonderful opportunities for our soon-to-be students here at Stewart Middle. We are so excited to come out to our schools to show our bulldog pride!
On 3/3, our cheerleaders, band members, and Band Director Mr. Schmidt accompanied 6th grade counselor Ms.Pinsky and Assistant Principal Ms. Johnson to West Zephyrhills Elementary School. Also, at 6:30, our Principal Ms. Davis and ZHS principal Mr. Frelick present the Infinity program at NRES.
On Tuesday 3/4, Ms. Pinsky and Ms. Johnson will be accompanied by cheerleaders out to Woodland Elementary school. Our principal Ms. Davis and ZHS principal Mr. Frelick will present about the Infinity program to WZES at 6:30 pm.
On Wednesday 3/5, our cheerleaders, band members, Band Director Mr. Schmidt, Ms. Pinsky and Ms. Johnson visit Chester W. Taylor Elementary School. Our principal Ms. Davis and ZHS principal Mr. Frelick will present about the Infinity program to WES at 6:30 pm.
On Thursday 3/6, our principal Ms. Davis and ZHS principal Mr. Frelick will present about the Infinity program at CWTES at 6:30 pm.
On Monday 3/10 at 6:00pm, RBSMS is hosting our Parent University night
for A L L I n c o m i n g 6th g r a d e students! We look forward to seeing all our new Bulldogs and their parents!
R.B. Stewart Middle School held its 2nd Annual Erase The Hate Week 1/27-1/31, with a dance on Friday to STOMP OUT HATE. Students were asked to create pictures, slogans and art for a Unity Quilt to be displayed for the dance to promote acceptance and diversity. As you can see from the images below, the student work is outstanding. Click below to enjoy the images.
The Professional School Counselors at R.B. Stewart’s Guidance Department provide Tier II Guidance support groups for each grade level. At-risk students are receiving evidence-based curricula support for study skills, social skills, and self-management strategies. Small group instruction is an effective, and fun, way students learn necessary skills and receive (and learn to provide) support for one another.
Grades 6-8 Evidence-based Tier II Curricula to support middle school at-risk students’ academic, social, emotional growth.