EGMS Weekly Update

June 18

To read this newsletter in another language, please look at the bar to the right that says "translate newsletter" and pick your language.

Para leer este boletín en otro idioma, mire la barra a la derecha que dice "traducir boletín" y elija su idioma.

This will be our last weekly update until Fall 2021

Huskies! Have a relaxing and safe summer break! We will see you in September!
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Trimester 3 Report Cards

Trimester 3 report cards will be available to view online via ParentVUE and StudentVUE on June 21st. If you wish for a paper copy to be mailed home please call the school office to request one.

Congratulations Trimester 3 Attendance Winners!

Logan Brouillard- Skateboard Winner

Arianna Morris- Scooter Winner

Caden Rumenapp- $25 gift card to Coastal

Colton Smith- $25 gift card to Coastal

Gabriel Marcial- $25 gift card to Coastal

Arianna Charles- $25 gift card to Nike

Danella Charles- $25 gift card to Ulta

Kate Andersen- $25 gift card to Coastal

8th Grade Band (2nd Period) - Band Director Renee Withers


Shut up and Dance

Summer Nights

Kitchen Can Can

Best Day of my Life


RHS grads walk through EGMS!


6th Grade Solar Ovens

EGMS 6th graders learned all about convection, conduction and radiation this spring and put their knowledge to the test! They built solar ovens and cooked smores. Way to go 6th grade!
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Attention 8th Graders

Summer Camp Registration.

MCJROTC Leadership Camp. 9-12 August 1300-1700. At RHS.

Register at This camp is no. 42.

For returning cadets.

MCJROTC Orientation Camp. 16-19 August. 1300-1700. At RHS.

Register at This camp is No. 53.

For new cadets and for students to learn about MCJROTC.

Bike Locks


We have a large number of bike locks that are locked to our bike rack. If you're missing yours, please come get it in the next week. We will be cutting locks and disposing of them in July.

Thank you!

Family Friendly Ideas for Summer!

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Thank you!!


Our tech department was so impressed at the good care our students took care of their Chromebooks and equipment this school year. Thank you so much and well done Huskies!

Planning for Fall

  • EGMS students will go back to a 6 period day
  • Middle School will be M/T/Th/F from 7:30 to 2:15 and W 7:30 to 1:15
  • Grading scale will change back to A, B, C, D and F
  • Lockers will be in use again next fall

There are many other things that we don't know yet and much of it will depend on ODE's update to the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidelines. More to come this fall.


Attention 8th Grade Athletes!

8th graders will need a new sports physical prior to August 16th, 2021 if they plan to do an OSAA Fall Sport or any other OSAA sports their 9th grade year. The physical MUST be on the OSAA Physical Examination Form. The forms can be found on the RHS athletic page.

Click below for the RHS summer football schedule

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Family Resources Available


Households financially impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) may be able to qualify for The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). SNAP offers food benefits to eligible, low-income individuals and families. Find out if you are eligible and how to apply for food benefits by clicking here. For more information or support, please contact the Nutrition Services department at 541-923-8238 or

Pandemic EBT:

ODE has coordinated with DHS to offer a simplified system for distributing information about the Pandemic EBT benefit.

Status of P-EBT for the 2020/2021 School Year

Oregon has submitted a plan to provide P-EBT benefits to eligible students retroactively back to October 2020. Initial P-EBT issuances will start going out by the end of May. Retroactive benefits will be broken out over the first 2 payments. Dates are contingent on final approval from the USDA, Food and Nutrition Service.

A new system is being developed to issue 2020/2021 P-EBT benefits.

Updates regarding P-EBT, including information about how the program will be implemented and when, will be shared at as soon as they are available. Contact 211 for general P-EBT questions or to learn more about other food resources available in your area

This webpage is the primary source for information.

**PLEASE NOTE: All students receiving meal benefits (whether Free/Reduced by application or directly certified by the State), including all students enrolled in 2020-21 CEP sites (Lynch, Sage, Vern Patrick, Tuck, & Hartman) are eligible for Pandemic EBT benefits**

Community Resources


(updated as often as possible; some resources/numbers may not be current)

Mental Health Resources:

Deschutes County Behavioral Health

Information and appointments. 541-322-7500

Deschutes County Crisis Line

24 hour crisis support. 541-322-7500 ext. #9 or call 9-1-1

Trevor Project

Suicide prevention and crisis intervention for LGBTQ+. 866-488-7386 (24 hr)

Oregon Youth Line

Free, confidential teen-to-teen crisis and help line. 877-968-8491

Text: teen2teen @ 839863

Other Resources:

Central Oregon 2-1-1

Connections to a wide-range of social services. Dial 2-1-1 or 541-389-6507

Thrive Central Oregon

Housing, financial insecurity and other resources. 541-728-1022 (Se Habla Español)

Bethlehem Inn (24 hrs)

Emergency shelter and food for adults and families. 541-322-8768

Family Resource Center of Central Oregon

Parenting education and support services. 541-389-5468

Latino Community Association (LCA)

Translation and interpretation services, employment services, 541-382-4366 (Se Habla Español)

dental and legal clinics.


Resources for food, energy assistance and shelter. 541-548-2380

Jericho Road

Resources for food, shelter and hope. 541-699-2099

Saving Grace

Comprehensive family / domestic violence and sexual assault 541-382-9227

support services. Hotline available.

WIC (Women, Infants, Children)

Nutrition education, breastfeeding support and education, 541-617-4775

referrals and food vouchers for pregnant and postpartum women.