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RMS Parent Newsletter and Updates 2/19/2021
Dear RMS Families,
Spring conferences will be held on Thursday, February 25th. Students will not have school on this day as conferences are from 7:30 am - 7:00 pm.
Spring conferences are by teacher request to problem solve and work with families. If a teacher is requesting a conference you would have received an email from your child's teacher last week. If you received a conference request please make sure that you schedule your conference appointment.
However, if you did not receive a conference request and would like to schedule a spring conference with one of your child's teachers, please contact the teacher and they will schedule a conference time for you.
All conferences this spring are held virtually and you will receive a Google Meet Invite from your child's homeroom teacher so you can attend.
Important Upcoming Dates
2/15 - No School - President's Day
2/25 - Spring Conferences - No Students
2/26 - Teacher Work Day - No Students
Vaccination Day For RCCSD
Reading Community City School District received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine today. The second dose will be scheduled four weeks from now. We are extremely grateful to the Reading Fire Department that they were able to administer the vaccine on our campus.
Third Quarter Interims
Cold Weather Ahead
Getting Ready for Winter Weather
Two-Hour Delay Schedule
- RHS/RMS 9:20-2:10
- RES 10:10-2:30
Calamity Days Reinstated
- Up to 3 calamity days will be able to be used if needed (as opposed to a remote instruction day). Should more than 3 calamity days be needed, beginning with day 4, we will shift to a remote learning day.
Students in grades 3-5 will exit the front of the building (high school entrance) and meet their middle school sibling in the large blue parking lot across from the middle school entrance. Students should develop a plan on where to meet each other each day.
Students in grades k-2 will be released from the elementary school and middle school students will walk to the back of the building to pick up their younger sibling.