Louise Radloff January Newsletter

January 2020

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Message from Principal Johnson

Hello Radloff Family,

Welcome back to second semester and new school year! I hope everyone had a wonderful Holiday season and spent some quality time with family and friends.

Please remember to take advantage of our morning tutoring sessions that are available to your child Monday through Thursday from 8:15- 8:55 am. Tutoring starts back next week on January 13th.

Also since this is a fresh new beginning, attendance is very important. Please make sure that your child is present everyday at school. It is imperative that they not miss academic instruction at this time of the year. When they are absent it is very difficult for them to understand the content that they have missed during the school day. We are getting students ready for our state testing in April.

We are going to make 2020 a fantastic year!

Principal Johnson


Martin Luther King, Jr. was a key figure in fighting for Civil Rights. In his honor of him, Martin Luther King, Jr. day is a National Holiday.

January 20, 2020 Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday- No School

The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade kick off will be held on Langley Drive in front of the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center located at 75 Langley Drive, Lawrenceville at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, January 20, 2020. It will conclude at Moore Middle School 1221 Lawrenceville Hwy.

All are welcome to attend!

Parent English Classes

Are you interested in learning English?

Second Semester Classes have begun on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10:30 am- 12:00 pm.

Contact Judy Ruiz in the Parent Center if you are interested.



All Student Help Sessions begin at 8:15 Monday through Thursday every week. Students can be dropped off as early as 7:30 to wait in the Media Center. If a student arrives after 8:30, they will not be able to attend the sessions due to limited time remaining. Parents, please try to have student here by 8:15 on Help Days.

Jan. 9- Basketball Game- Pickneyville vs Radloff @ Pickneyville MS- 5:00 pm

Jan. 10 - Report Cards go home

Jan. 11- Basketball Game- Radloff vs North Gwinnett @ Meadowcreek HS- 8:30 am

Jan. 13- Tutoring Help Sessions begin for second semester

Jan. 16 -Local School Counsel Meeting 5:00-6:00 pm

Jan. 16- Basketball Game- Radloff vs Lilburn @ Meadowcreek HS- 5:00 pm

Jan. 20 - Martin Luther KIng Holiday- NO SCHOOL

Jan. 20 - Martin Luther King Parade- Lawrenceville 11:00 am

Jan. 23- Radloff vs Jones MS @ Meadowcreek HS- 5:00 pm

Jan. 23- Parent Advisory Committee Meeting- 4621 Lucky Shoals Park Community Room Britt Rd. Norcross, GA 30093- 5:30-7:30 pm (see attached flyer)

Jan. 25- Dacula vs Radloff MS @ Dacula HS- 8:30 am

Jan. 30- Radloff vs Duluth MS @ Meadowcreek HS- 5:00 pm

Parent Advisory Committee Meeting Invitation

Parent Tip for the Month of January

For Twitter/text message:
Study location can help information stick - http://niswc.com/36aHC326428

For email/Facebook:

Study location can help information stick

Research suggests that the place your teen studies can affect her memory of the information. Students make connections between their study locations and the material. Suggest that your teen try studying different subjects in different places: English in the kitchen, math at the library, etc. Then, when she takes an English test, she can think of studying in the kitchen and remember what she read.


For Twitter/text message:
La ubicación donde se estudia puede ayudar a fijar la información - http://niswc.com/46aHC326428

For email/Facebook:

La ubicación donde se estudia puede ayudar a fijar la información

Los estudios revelan que el lugar en el que su joven estudie puede afectar qué tan bien memoriza la información. Los estudiantes relacionan los lugares donde estudian con el material. Sugiérale a su joven que trate de estudiar cada materia en un lugar diferente: inglés en la cocina, matemáticas en la biblioteca, etc. Luego, cuando rinda el examen de inglés, puede imaginarse a sí mismo estudiando en la cocina y recordar lo que leyó.


Vaping Informational Resources

More resources as a follow up from our Parent Meeting from the Discipline Office in early December.

Parents our teachers are here, ready to help students!! If your child needs help with school work, please try to arrange for them to attend our Weekly Help Sessions.

Local School Council Information:

Our next Local School Council date is January 16, 2020. in the LRMS Media Center. Please come and join us. We will be looking at some school-wide data.

**Consider this your invitation to attend so that you can learn more about your school!

If you need to connect with the school, follow us on Social Media .... Feeds will be coming soon...


Radloff Middle School





Parent Portal

What is the Parent Portal? The Parent Portal is a way for parents to check on their children’s grades, attendance and behavior. Come and visit the Parent Center if you need to open or activate your account. All accounts are good for the duration of all years attended in Gwinnett County Public Schools.

Need Information on how to access Parent Portal!!

How to Set Up A MyPaymentPlus account

How To Set Up A My Payments Plus Parent Account
How To Review Signed Documents in My Payments Plus

Free and Reduced Application - Will be available starting July 20th. Click the link below..

Thank You for supporting Radloff!! If you need any assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to our Administrative Team.