Welcome Back!

We hope all of our R-MIS Families had a restful and merry break! We are happy to have all of our kiddos back for the second semester. Here's to 2020 and finishing the year in R-MIS C.A.R.E.S. style!

C- creating an environment of respect and kindness

A- academic success for all

R- recognizing leadership qualities in all students and staff

E- encouraging discovery

S- serving and supporting our community

Happening at R-MIS

Jan. 6th- Welcome Back!

Jan. 9th- Science Fair Projects Due (4th Grade)

Jan. 9th- Family Connection Night- Bullying 6-7 PM

Jan. 13th- Academic Team Meet at R-MIS

Jan. 14th- Science Fair 6 PM

Jan. 16th- SBDM 4 PM

Jan. 17th- Breakfast with the Arts

Jan. 17th- Report Cards Home

Jan. 20th- MLK Holiday (No School)

Jan. 21st- Core Essentials

Jan. 27th- Academic Team to McKell

December Team Winners

December found the Forgiving Lavender Kangaroos at the top of the pack again!!! We celebrated in the gym with Holiday tunes and Christmas Trivia. Other noteworthy December stats:

1st place for attendance- Courageous Red Wolverines

1st place for gotchas- Forgiving Lavender Kangaroos

1st place for community service- Joyous Orange Otters

1st place for office referrals (0 office referrals)- Forgiving Lavender Kangaroos, Joyous Orange Otters, and Trustworthy Blue Sea Lions

The R-MIS Teams are awesome!

Family Connection Night- January 9th at 6 PM

Come learn about basic principles of what bullying is and how to help support your child in the instance they are bullied. District and school policy will be discussed as well.

Science Fair!!! Calling all 4th Graders!

Projects will be presented in 4th-grade classrooms on January 9th. All families are invited to R-MIS to view the projects on January 14th at 6 PM.

Walking Club- Bundle Up!

Walking Club will continue during winter months. Students MUST wear multiple layers of clothing to participate in Walking Club during winter months. If your child wishes to participate in Walking Club, please send him or her in a coat and gloves/hat if needed. Thank you!

Service Projects

Students are encouraged to participate in at least one service project per 9 weeks. Service forms can be found in the office or in homeroom classrooms. Please return Service Learning forms to Mrs. Wheeler. Remember, service is a component for earning a CARES certificate, joining Jr. Beta Club and it helps your team!

January Core Essential- Knowledge

Knowledge is learning something new so you can be better at whatever you do.

January is a time when many people reflect and set goals for the near or distant future. When helping a child set a goal, SMART is the acronym to keep in mind. Help your child develop a goal that is:

S- specific

M- measurable

A- achievable

R- relevant

T- time-bound

What new knowledge does your child need to meet his or her goal?

January Precept

"Love challenges, be intrigued by mistakes, enjoy effort, and keep on learning." Carol Dweck

The E in CARES stands for encouraging discovery. We encourage students to discover new and thought-provoking knowledge inside the classroom and outside of the classroom by participating in extracurricular activities. Part of discovery is making mistakes and learning from them. Sometimes students worry about failing, so they hesitate to try new activities or start a project. As adults, we can help them overcome this by helping them develop a growth mindset.