Family updates for the Week of February 24th
NRMS STUDENTS PERFORM AT ODYSSEY OF THE MIND REGIONAL COMPETITION!
This includes ALL 5 teams representing NRMS! They will perform again for State Finals at Thornapple Kellogg on March 14th!
Special recognition to NRMS Team A 13927 who received the coveted Renatra Fusca Creativity Award!
STUDENTS NOT FEELING WELL?
A child should stay home from school and their physician should be consulted if he/she has any of the following symptoms:
- A temperature of 100.4 or greater
- Green or yellow discharge from nose or eyes
- Vomiting or diarrhea
- Cough or sore throat lasting longer than 2 days
- Rashes or eruptions
- Any other medical concern
Students should remain at home until symptom or fever free for 24 hours without the use of medication. If a student has been seen by a physician, and they have been deemed not contagious, a physician's note must be provided to the school indicating such in order for the student to return to class. As always, the best way to reduce your students risk of infection is to practice good hand-hygiene.
NEED TO PICK UP YOUR CHILD EARLY?
To protect academic instructional time, we ask that your form of communication remain to the Main Office rather than calling or texting your child. To clarify, students are only allowed to use cell phones before and after school as well as passing time.
NRMS NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY SPONSORING "ORANGE OUT"!!
IS YOUR 6TH GRADER INTERESTED IN SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING?
STEPS is a day camp introduction to the world of science, technology, and engineering. Campers participate in activities that give them hands-on experience with high-tech engineering equipment and processesCall the NRMS Counseling Office at 616-863-6300 and speak with your sixth grader's counselor today!