RMS Monday Message
April 18, 2022
4th Quarter begins April 19th
April 21: 8th Grade Bowling Trip (Cavagnaro) & IBM Engineers Guest Speakers
April 22: 8th Grade Bowling Trip (Karnavezos/Kosteczko) & IBM Engineers Guest Speakers
April 26-27: Math State Exam
May 2: PE Field Trip - 8th Grade (Swim/Hike)
May 10: PE Field Trip - 7th Grade (Swim/Hike)
May 12: Spring Concert 7:00pm
May 17: PE Field Trip - 6th Grade (Swim/Hike/Movie) Group 1
May 18: PE Field Trip - 6th Grade (Swim/Hike/Movie) Group 2
May 19-20: iReady Benchmark Exams (building on 2 hour delay)
May 25: NJHS Induction Ceremony 6:30pm
May 26: 8th Grade Trip to Thrillz
May 30: No School
June 1: 7th Grade Trip to Citi Field (Mets vs. Nationals)
June 2: 8th Grade Trip to Lake Compounce
June 3: Drama Club "High School Musical Jr." 7:00pm
June 8: Honors Tea @ BHS 6:30pm
June 10: 8th Grade Moving Up Dance
June 21: 6th Grade Trip to Medieval Times
June 21: 7th & 8th Grade Field Day
June 22 - 6th Grade Field Day
June 23 - 8th Grade Moving up Ceremony @ BHS 6:30pm
End of Year Trips
6th Grade - Medieval Times (June 21)
7th Grade - Citi Field Mets vs. Nationals (June 1)
8th Grade - Thrillz & Lake Compounce (May 26 & June 2)
Buy your RMS Yearbook!
The deadline is April 29th. Yearbooks must be pre-ordered and there will be very few copies to purchase at the end of the school year. Any questions, contact Ms. Holliday at email@example.com.
Earth Month Challenge!!
Art Club Ukraine Fundraiser
Huge thanks to the PE department for setting up these fun bowling trips for the student body!
The weather is getting nicer and we are happy to see teachers like Ms. Gonzalez take advantage of our outdoor classroom!
Earth Day Summit
Student representatives from the Environmental Club participated in the Dutchess BOCES Earth Day summit for climate justice and activism.
Butterfield Library Event
Dutchess BOCES CTI Experience - JULY 25-29
A summer enrichment program for Dutchess County students entering grades 7, 8, and 9 in September that offers students the ability work on projects relating to Nursing, Construction, Electrical, Sustainability, or TV/Film Production. We are limited to 18 spots for each program. Parent drop-off and pick-up is required. Please call 845-486-8001 for any questions you may have. Flyer linked below.
Beacon Youth Police Academy 2022 - JULY 18-22
This free week long program for students entering grades 9-12 provides an introduction to careers in law enforcement.The goal of the academy is to help participating youth understand the role police officers play in the community, job duties performed and requirements of becoming a police officer. In addition, the program fosters relationships between the officers and the youth participants. This is accomplished with mock situations and lectures, field trips, physical fitness exercises, and games. Additional opportunities for training have been added to our program in Stop the Bleed and Narcan for participants. Our instructors include Beacon City Police Officers as well as Police Officers who reside within the city of Beacon, participating as volunteers. All instructors are certified and well-trained in their areas of instruction/expertise. To enroll and for questions contact: firstname.lastname@example.org