The RBSMS Quarter 2 Honor Roll will take place on Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 9:15 a.m. in the school gymnasium.
January 16-19, 2018 is RBSMS’ Annual Erase The Hate week. Most classrooms decorated their doors for the Door-Decorating contest where they post messages of diversity and acceptance for others. 6th, 7th, and 8th grade ounselors will be in all lunches for activities and for Friday’s Mix-It-Up Day.
Several of Mr. Snyder’s Tech students had fun and learned a lot on a field trip to ZHS Aviation:
RBSMS counselors have started articulation to and from our feeder schools and finishing class lessons:
- 12/4: Counselors in Meyer’s class for Safer, Smarter Teens
- 12/5: Counselors at WZES promoting AVID/Infinity/Community Connections
- 12/6: Counselors at CWTES promoting AVID/Infinity/Community Connections
- 12/7: Counselors at district training
- 12/8: Counselors at WES and NRES promoting AVID/Infinity/Comm. Connections
- 12/11: Counselor presentation at Community Connections on College-bound
- 12/13: Counselors in Vipperman’s classes for Safer, Smarter Teens
- 12/14: Counselor/Snyder Counselor-led RBSMS Tech Field Trip to ZHS Aviation
- Counselors in Bailey’s classes and in Erdmann’s classes for Safer, Smarter Teens
- 12/18: Counselor in AVID class (7th), and at district training
- 12/19: Counselor in Grenlie’s classes and Williams’ classes for Safer, Smarter Teens
- 12/20: Counselor in Duffy’s classes for Safer, Smarter Teens
- 12/21: Counselors at district training
On Monday, October 30th, Pasco High School’s Cambridge program will host a night for 8th grade RBSMS parents and students about the opportunities available at Pasco High’s Cambridge program. For more information about this opportunity: http://www.pasco.k12.fl.us/cambridge and http://phs.pasco.k12.fl.us/cambridge/
Red Ribbon Week closes today at RBSMS. Here’s a small sampling of highlights.
Safer Smarter Teens lessons are being taught to students throughout Pasco county. Below are the letters for 6th grade (Letter 1) and for 8th grade (Letter 3):
Here is the letter for parents of 7th and 8th grade: