Our Students, Our School, Our Community
Happening this Month
February 6th: Conservation (to be rescheduled)
February 7th: R-MIS Night at RHS Basketball Game
February 8th: Academic Team: Districts
February 11th: Baroque in the Cafe for Orchestra Resizing
February 11th: 3rd Grade to PAC
February 13th: Valentine's Day Parties
February 14th: Valentine's Day
February 17th: President's Day- School is in session
February 17th- 20th: Random Acts of Kindness Week
February 18th: Founder's Day/5th Grade Orchestra Concert 7 PM
February 20th: SBDM 4 PM
February 21st - 24th: Winter Break
February 25th: Core Essentials Assembly- Creativity
February 25th: Students of the Month to Chick-fil-A
February 28th: Team Spirit Day!
February 29th: Leap Year!
February 29th: Academic Team- Regionals at R-MIS
Valentine, I See You in My Future!
Send a Valentine's Day Gram to Your Friends
Valentine's Day Parties and Deliveries
A Fun Time to Celebrate Friendships!
Please follow the link for Valentine's Day party information.
From the Student Handbook: Please do not have items delivered from florists or other agencies to the school. We cannot accept these deliveries.
R-MIS Academic Team
Proud of our Students and Faculty!
Julie Goodman- Head Coach
Kaitlyn Patterson- Head Coach
Susan Williams- Future Problem Solving Coach
Leigh Ann Arbogast- Language Arts Coach
Katie Bechtel- Math Coach
Shane Jordan- Science Coach
Kyla Roark- Social Studies Coach
Emily Smith- Writing Composition Coach
Chelsea Turner- Arts and Humanities Coach
Service Learning in February
Morning Drop Offs
Please Follow Procedures
Early duty staff report at 7:30 AM. No student is permitted to be dropped off prior to 7:30 AM. This is for student safety!
Core Essentials and Monthly Precept
- When your child asks for help solving a problem—whether it's something concrete like a tough homework assignment or more general like how to be a good friend—don't immediately gratify by answering. Instead, ask your child what he or she thinks, and applaud all ideas, especially ones that are unexpected and outside the box.
- Try tackling easy home repairs (painting a room, fixing a leaky faucet) with your child using online tutorials. This is a great way to model creative problem-solving skills and—should the project not go as expected and you need to call in a professional—that it's okay to ask for help when you don't have all the answers.
- For an easy way to experience routine activities differently: Turn on music in the morning when your child is eating breakfast and getting ready for school or at night when you're eating together. Ask him or her for specific song requests.
- Extracurricular activities are great, but try to leave room in your child's schedule for unstructured activities. Some downtime in the day is essential for creativity.
“Nothing is impossible. The word itself says I'm Possible.” Audrey Hepburn
She says you can teach your children to be resilient and "have grit." She expands on these 5 tips:
- Be a Supportive Role Model
- Let Them Make Mistakes
- Praise the Right Way
- Teach to Manage Emotions
- Teach to Problem Solve