Raymond Park

Ranger News week of August 12, 2019

From Principal Kleine

Ranger Patrons,

Ranger students will begin taking NWEA assessments this week. NWEA Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®) are adaptive reading and math computerized tests. Administered in August, December and May, the assessments are designed to target students’ academic performance according to their current achievement level. These tests determine students’ instructional level and measure academic growth throughout the school year and from year to year in the areas of reading and math.

MAP tests are unique in that they are adaptive tests. That means that test items become more difficult as questions are answered correctly, and test items becomes easier when incorrect answers are selected. Therefore, students take a test specifically created for their learning levels that also accurately identifies their level of understanding with reading and math concepts.

It is important that students put their best effort toward these assessments so that an accurate picture of their learning may be seen. A copy of your student’s NWEA results will be provided to you along with 1st term report cards at parent conferences on October 2nd.


Safety is always a primary concern at RP. Last week, we conducted our first fire drill of the school year. Drills will occur monthly to ensure that students and staff will know where to go and what to do in the event of a fire, severe weather, or intruder. Getting 1300+ students and staff to safety becomes the focus during an emergency situation, and the cooperation of all students is demanded. Thank you for reinforcing the need for student cooperation during an emergency situation with your child.

Parking lot safety is also an area of recent focus. Included deeper on this newsletter is a map that explains procedures to help ensure student safety during drop off and pick up times. Thank you for your understanding of the need to separate car line traffic from bus traffic, and the requirement that students NOT be allowed to walk through our busy parking lot unattended.


Thank you to all who have supported the annual PTSA fundraiser through either selling or purchasing product! This is the final weekend for students to earn the opportunities for reward while also helping the school. Fundraiser forms are due back to RP this week where they will be collected each morning through CORE Connect classes.

Warren Homefest 2019

Good afternoon, Warren Township Families!

Warren Homefest 2019 is quickly approaching on Friday, September 6th and we have booth space available for your organizations/businesses.

Please complete the attached form and return to us at warrenhomefest@gmail.com if you want to set up a booth for your organization.

Business owners who'd like to showcase their products or services at this year's Homefest, please register. Booth space can still be reserved after August 9th, but it will be $30 per space for anyone that is not a Warren org or club. Informational flyer also attached.

Registration for PAYING booth space ONLY can also be done online. Scroll past the Fun Run registrations to find Vendor Registration and follow the directions. Warren Township Council of PTAs

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Don't forget to join our Parent Teacher Student Association and support all of the wonderful student activities and events throughout the school year! Your $7 membership earns you a weekly PTSA electronic newsletter and membership incentives. Our PTSA sponsors Back To School Night treats, Warren Homefest, the quarterly CORE Celebrations, teacher reimbursement for school supplies, open gym nights, family bingo night, field trip fundraisers, end of year celebration treat for all students, 8th grade celebration gift, and staff appreciation days. Our PTSA coordinates the school-PTSA joint fall fundraiser, grade level fundraisers, weekly slushy sales, RP-AMC monthly family movie events, Box Top collection contests, quarterly roller skating parties at the Roller Cave and Sonny Day Community Center volunteering nights.

Please contact our PTSA for more information: rpims.ptsa@gmail.com


The occasion may arise when the school district wants to recognize your child or your child's school. This may include your child's photo, your child's name or your child's work in district publications, newsletters, on school district websites, and in electronic/ social media or in staff training videos. We may also want to tell the media (including newspapers, television, and radio) about your child's achievements. We never knowingly release information about a student to anyone who wants to use it for commercial/ political purposes. However, we will honor your request to not include your child in these types of recognitions if you notify your child's school office in writing that you do not want this type of information released.

Contact Us

Dr. John Kleine - Principal


Mrs. Jina Simmons - 5th Grade Level Administrator


Mr. Andrew McAulay - 5th Grade Counselor


Mrs. April Price - 6th Grade Level Administrator


Ms. Katie Piatt - 6th Grade Counselor


Mr. Bill Halpin - 7th Grade Level Administrator


Mrs. Iris Parrish -7th Grade Counselor


Dr. Leondra Radford - 8th Grade Level Administrator


Mrs. Adrienne Mathews - 8th Grade Counselor


Lisa Stewart - Nurse


21st Century Scholars: Scholarship program for Students

To apply you must be in the 7th or 8th grade. Contact Katie Piatt RPMS Educational Counselor for application kpiatt@warren.k12.in.us or 317-532-8900 X8910.