Raymond Park

Ranger News, Week of October 21, 2019

From the Principal

Ranger Patrons,


On behalf of the RPIMS Staff, we look forward to welcoming our Ranger students back to school this week.



Thank you students, parents, and teachers for your role in making parent conferences a success during the week prior to fall break. RPIMS educators know that this will continue to be a successful year for your student. If you were unable to attend or have additional questions since conferences, please contact one of your student’s teachers directly or call (317) 532-8900.



RP is proud to recognize September's students-of-the-day for their outstanding citizenship in demonstrating the CORE ideals of Civility, Order Respect and Excellence: Daniel Vandiver, Sumi Madrid, TJ Pash, Autumn Long, Shaniah Campbell, Taylor Fitzgerald, Semaj' Calvert, Caitlyn Reeves, Wilder Aguirre Palma, Jimmy Price, Jeremiah Wright-Bibbs, Neveah Glaser, Zawn Blackmon, Nova Hopkins, Anthony Dennison, J'Rome Tyler, Ma'ryah and Brandon Ledford.


John Kleine, Principal

From the Office of Exceptional Learners:

Warren's High Ability Program is designed to meet the unique academic needs of gifted and talented students. The curriculum in these classes is differentiated and faster paced and students will be working above grade level if they qualify. As a district, we look at all students in grades 1, 4, 6 and 8 to see if they qualify for the following school year based on eligibility criteria. Parent recommendations are considered along with achievement scores when determining placement in high ability. More detailed identification information can be found here. If you would like to complete a recommendation for the broad based planning committee to consider you can do so here 2020-2021 High Ability Parent Recommendation Form The parent recommendation form will be open until January 31, 2020.

Town Hall Meeting information from Dr. Hanson:

This fall, MSD of Warren Township will be creating a comprehensive strategic plan based

on community input that will ensure all students and staff have the conditions necessary

to develop and apply Journey of a Graduate (JoG) skills and dispositions.

The Journey of a Graduate skills are a set of 6 skills and dispositions that have been identified by our community needed for success in and out of school. The JoG skills are Critical Thinking, Citizenship, Communication, Collaboration, Content Knowledge, and Resilience. These JoG skills will serve as the foundation of the district strategic plan.

One way the district will capture community input is through an online survey.

Linked below is a short survey that will ask questions around our strengths as a district and help us identify areas for improvement.

(Click on link below to begin survey)

Strategic Planning Survey

Town Hall Meetings will also be scheduled for our teachers, students, parents and community to collaborate in person. Elementary school Town Hall Meetings will be hosted by their feeder intermediate and middle school. Those meeting dates are below:


Monday, October 21st, 6:00 - 7:30 at Raymond Park Intermediate and Middle School

Tuesday, October 22nd, 6:00 - 7:30 at Creston Intermediate and Middle School (GC, LA, EA)

Monday, October 28th, 6:00 - 7:30 at Creston Intermediate and Middle School

Tuesday, October 29th, 6:00 - 7:30 at Stonybrook Intermediate and Middle School

Wednesday, October 30th, 6:00 - 7:30 at Stonybrook Intermediate and Middle School (PR, SH, BV)

Monday, November 18th, 6:00 - 7:30 at Warren Central High School (WCC)

Tuesday, November 19th, 6:00 - 7:30 at Raymond Park Intermediate and Middle School (LP, LO, HA)


Thank you in advance for your participation and thank you for your continued support of MSD Warren Township Schools.


Dr. Tim Hanson

Superintendent of Schools

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Homework Help!

If your student needs Math or Science homework assistance, they can call AskRose. Please see information below:

Tutors are available by phone Sunday - Thursday, 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm (ET) at:

877-Ask-Rose (877-275-7673)

Warren Central Athletic Events

MSD Warren Township strives to maintain a safe and orderly environment for all students while in school and at after-school events, especially our Warren Central athletic events. We ask for your support in helping us achieve this by ensuring that your intermediate and middle school student is accompanied by an adult or older Warren Central sibling, who has a WCHS student ID.

Also, for your convenience, we are including a reminder about approved items that may/may not be brought into athletic events at Warren Central High School.

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RPI&MS PTSA News

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

SCHOOL DISTRICT PUBLICATIONS/NEWS MEDIA USE

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

jkleine@warren.k12.in.us


Mrs. Jina Simmons - 5th Grade Level Administrator

jsimmons@warren.k12.in.us


Mr. Andrew McAulay - 5th Grade Counselor

amcaulay@warren.k12.in.us


Mrs. April Price - 6th Grade Level Administrator

aprice1@warren.k12.in.us


Ms. Katie Piatt - 6th Grade Counselor

kpiatt@warren.k12.in.us


Mr. Bill Halpin - 7th Grade Level Administrator

whalpin@warren.k12.in.us


Mrs. Iris Parrish -7th Grade Counselor

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Dr. Leondra Radford - 8th Grade Level Administrator

lradford2@warren.k12.in.us


Mrs. Adrienne Mathews - 8th Grade Counselor

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Lisa Stewart - Nurse

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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.