RMS Weekly Update


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1. Chromebooks: Be sure your student charges their chromebook every night so that they can make it through the school day.

2. Water bottle: Please send a water bottle to school with your student. We have filling stations but do not have water fountains available at this time.

3. Masks: Students need to wear a mask to school and keep their mouth and nose covered at all times unless they are at lunch or taking a drink of water.

4. Cell phones: Cell phones not allowed during the school day. Phones need to be off and out of sight. If a student needs to call home for any reason, there is a student phone available in the office. If you need to get a message to your student, please call the office and we will be happy to get it to them.

Science Olympiad

A group of students will be participating in the March 20th Macomb County Science Olympiad. All of these students also participated in the University of Michigan Science Olympiad Invitational on February 20th and represented the school well.

Here are the students and their respective events:

Simone Cross - Circuit Lab, Crime Busters

Elaine Lary - Reach for the Stars, Road Scholar

Kendra Lary -Anatomy and Physiology, Reach for the Stars

Trey LaValley- Anatomy and Physiology, Heredity

Isabella Ritchie -Disease Detectives, Game On

Jessica Ritchie -Disease Detectives, Game On

Skyler Swanson -Circuit Lab, Crime Busters

Head Coaches: Jayme A. Aschemeyer-LaValley, Pamela Lary

Rock Your Socks!

Rock your SOCKS on March 22nd to support World Down Syndrome Day! Join us at RMS and all over the world to create awareness to support our students within our building with Down Syndrome. Wear bright colored, patterned, and mismatched socks! Wearing mismatched socks will remind us of the things that make us unique!!! Together we can make a difference ♥️

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Student of the Trimester

Romeo Middle School selects students each trimester to recognize their outstanding contributions and performance in the classroom. Students could be recognized for demonstrating strong work ethic, being an outstanding team player, going above and beyond in the classroom, or for any other worthy reason. Congratulations to this trimesters students!

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