Roosevelt Wildcat Weekly
March 17, 2022
We want to inform you about the important bullying talks we had with all students this week. Unfortunately, we have had several incidents of students being bullied on our campus recently. Our discussions centered on the importance of creating a safe and inclusive environment. We emphasized the values of kindness, respect, and empathy. Our goal is to foster a sense of collective responsibility and empower students to be active participants in creating a positive school environment. We encourage you to reinforce these messages at home and engage in open conversations with your children about their experiences. Together, we can make a positive difference in the lives of our students.
Thank you for coming to our Spring Showcase Night
We are so thrilled with the incredible success of our recent Artful Learning Showcase. The event showcased the incredible artistic talents and growth of our students, and it wouldn't have been possible without the dedication and passion of our exceptional teachers. Their unwavering commitment to fostering creativity, nurturing individual expression, and instilling a love for the arts has truly made a profound impact on our students' lives.
We also want to give a big shoutout to all the amazing families who attended! Your presence made the event even more special, and we loved seeing the smiles and excitement on your faces as you cheered on our talented students. Thank you for being a part of this fantastic celebration of creativity and for supporting our budding artists. Your presence and support mean the world to us!
We are delighted to share the incredible success of our recent mural dedication event, where our students showcased their exceptional artistic talents. The mural, co-designed by our students, stands as a magnificent representation of our community's diversity and unity. We extend our heartfelt appreciation to Mrs. Brayshaw for her guidance and to Art Reach for their invaluable support. The event was a celebration of collaboration, creativity, and the remarkable achievements of our students. We are immensely proud of their dedication and the joy they brought to this event. We invite you to visit our school and witness the awe-inspiring mural, a testament to the talent and spirit of our students.
🎭 RMS DRAMA PRODUCTION 🎭
RMS Drama invites you to our 2023 Spring Musical, Jump N' Jive Juliet! World War II may have just ended, but the emotional war between arch-enemies Mr. Montague and Mr. Capulet rages on. Their hatred for each other reaches an all-time high when they realize they have double-booked the venue for Montague's dance contest and Capulet's play rehearsal. However, when Montague's son, Ron, meets Capulet's daughter, Juliet, their feelings for each other are the opposite of hatred. Can the young couple team up to end the feud between their fathers, or will the history between their families end in tragedy? Come find out on Monday, May 22, at 7:00 pm. Admission is free. We look forward to seeing you there!
RMS RAD ACADEMY
We are inviting you to be part of our RAD Academy 2023!
DATES: June 12-June 23, 2023
TIME: 8:00am-12:15 pm (ELA, Math)
LUNCH: 12:20-12:55 pm
ENRICHMENT 1:00-2:30 pm (Options listed on registration form)
CONTACT: Cindy Lewis email@example.com
BRIDGE: Sharpen your literacy and math skills in small classes with engaging art-based strategies!
ENRICHMENT: Students choose from Art, Folklorico, Coding with Scratch, Creative Writing, or STEAM Playground
There are limited spaces and registration will close on May 26, 2023!
📚📘📖 A message from the RMS Library 📚📘📖
6TH AND 7TH GRADE FAMILIES: For student Chromebooks, The Mobile Device Cost Protection Plan (MDCPP) cost of $20 will remain in place for the 2023-2024 school year. Even though students keep the same device for multiple years, the optional MDCPP needs to be purchased EACH school year. The MDCPP covers accidental loss or damage but does NOT cover chargers.
The current 2022-2023 Device Cost Protection Plan ends on June 30, 2023. Families that plan to use their device during the Summer will need to pay for the 2023-2024 coverage prior to leaving for the Summer.
Please use this electronic form that combines the Acceptable Use Agreement and options for payment in one location, with an electronic signature.
Additional information on the claims process and FAQs can be found on our website.
8TH GRADE FAMILIES: All 8th-grade students will return their Chromebooks and chargers to the library on May 31, 2023. A new device will be issued to each student during their high school registration process.
ALL students are required to return the textbooks that were issued to them at the start of the year.
All students will return their textbooks with their ELA teacher on the following days:
8th grade = Tuesday, May 23
7th grade = Wednesday, May 24
6th grade = Thursday, May 25
Last PTA Fundraiser at Chick Fil-A!
This is our last Dine-Out of the school year –thanks for supporting the PTA all year and helping to fund programs and goodies for the students!
Lost and Found
ONLINE INDEPENDENT STUDY
Ballet folklorico at Rancho Buena Vista!
RMS is looking for Campus Supervisors!
We’re looking for Campus Supervisors! A qualifying background would include any combination equivalent to: graduation from high school and six (6) months experience working with adolescent age students performing supervision and control services supplemented by training or coursework in behavior modification techniques, student supervision or closely related field. Retired military and law enforcement are welcome to apply!
Please help us keep our students and staff safe on campus. If interested, please apply online @ https://www.edjoin.org/Home/DistrictJobPosting/1654805 and specify that you want to work at Roosevelt.
6th Grade Parent: ALL INCOMING 7th-grade students are required to provide proof of the Tdap vaccine (Whooping Cough) at registration. The RMS Health Office will be sending out monthly email reminders to the families of students who do not have proof of the Tdap on file. If your student has already received this vaccine, please provide proof of the immunization to the Front Office/Health Office. Please contact the Health Office with questions/concerns.
JOIN THE RMS PTA BOARD!
Please check these great community resources' information, locations, and hours.
B.L.A.S.T. AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING
6th Grade Before & After School Opportunity
We are excited to provide this new before and after school opportunity for our 6th graders. The Boys and Girls Club of Oceanside will be coming to RMS daily before and after school to provide academic and enrichment opportunities to 6th grade students. If you would like a safe and fun place for your student before and/or after school, sign up with the Boys & Girls Club by scanning the above QR code.
Caseloads: MS. Licona - 6th Grade and 8A | Mr. Way - 7th Grade & 8B
Go To: bit.do/rmscheckin to make an appointment with either of our AWESOME School Counselors :)
Follow us on Instagram @rooseveltcounseling for updates.
Use the PSST tool (THIS LINK) to report something anonymously.
Find and connect support financial assistance, food pantries, healthcare, and other free or reduced-cost support: https://www.findhelp.org/.
You can email your Roosevelt Family and Community Liaison, Ms. Gabby Thompson, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call extension 63013 for any needs your family may have.
Phone: (760) 726-8003 Ext. 63013
Fridays are Spirit Days!
To Buy Spirit Wear
RMS Wildcat Pride
Our PRIDE represents life ready skills we want our students to embody. Please help us reinforce these traits in our Wildcats!
Roosevelt Middle School
Location: 850 Sagewood Drive, Oceanside, CA, USA
Phone: (760) 726-8003