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Virtual Support May 11th & May 12th
All 6th graders, and those 7th & 8th graders who do not elect to take the STAAR will be engaged in asynchronous assignments with online teacher support available on Tuesday, May 11th and Wednesday, May 12th.
Teachers are available to answer questions from 8:50AM- noon and 1:00PM- 4:10PM, with universal lunch from 12-1PM.
6th, 7th,8th -Art/Theater/Fine Arts 8:50AM-12 & 1PM- 4:10PM Click here to join the meeting
6th & 7th Grade Social Studies 8:50AM-12 & 1PM- 4:10PM Click here to join the meeting
7th & 8th Grade Social Studies 8:50AM-12 & 1PM- 4:10PM Click here to join the meeting
6th,7th, & 8th Grade ELA & Discovery 8:50-12 & 1PM- 4:10PM Click here to join the meeting
6th & 7th Grade Math 8:50AM-12 & 1PM-4:10PM Click here to join the meeting
7th, 8th & Algebra 8:50AM-12 & 1PM-4:10PM Click here to join the meeting
6th, 7th, & 8th Grade Science 8:50AM-12 & 1PM- 4:10PM Click here to join the meeting
Parents: If you have medication in school clinic, please come between 5/24/21 to 6/2/21 during school hour (8:20am – 4:20pm) to pick up your medication. Medications that are not picked up by end of 6/2/21 will all be discarded.
If your child goes to 7th grade in next semester year, your child needs two more vaccines in order to be compliant with Texas law. You can email the record to Chengfang.firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it at the school clinic. Please be mindful that students who are not compliance with immunizations required by Texas laws must be excluded from school unless exemption (signed in accordance with the provisions of the law) is provided.
Tdap – 1 dose
Meningococcal – 1 dose
Thanks for your cooperation in the care of your child.
May is National Mental Health Month !!!
Mental Health Month raises awareness of trauma and impacts the physical, emotional, and mental well-being of children, families, and communities. Mental Health Month was established in 1949 to increase awareness of the importance of mental health and wellness and to celebrate recovery from mental illness. Would you recognize the symptoms of mental health struggles in yourself or a friend? And if you did recognize them, would you feel comfortable speaking up about it?
Mental health is essential for a person's overall health and wellness. Prevention works, treatment is effective, and people can recover from mental disorders and live full and productive lives! However, the most important thing that we want you to remember is that you are not alone! Here at RTMS, we want the entire Thundercat family to know that we are here to support you in every way. Also, students, please check Naviance every Monday for weekly information concerning mental health awareness. You can access your Naviance account via 1Link.
Gifted & Talented Showcase
The Gifted and Talented Showcase will feature student projects from grades 1-12 via our dedicated YouTube channel. Project videos will publish beginning April 19th at 8:00 a.m. and continue to be added daily. Please come support our Gifted and Talented students: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvtD3Vn3uoVH91Agntmhjgw
Starting Friday, April 23rd, there are vaccination opportunities for teens (16 years and older) every Friday evening and Saturday until the end of the school year. The “Vaccine for Teen” events are being held at Katy Mills Mall and HCC Missouri City. See the attached flyers for more information and to sign up for an appointment.
6th Grade Sports Camp and Combine
May 17th-20th 4:30 to 6:00 pm
The deadline to register and purchase a shirt for camp is this Sunday May 2nd. Must have a physical on file dated after 4-1-21. Please turn into Coach Alexander or Coach Dobbins.
PREPARTICIPATION PHYSICAL EVALUATION -- MEDICAL HISTORY 2020 This MEDICAL HISTORY FORM must be completed annually by parent (or guardian) and student in order for the student to participate in activities.These questions are designed to determine if the student has developed any condition which would make it hazardous to participate in an event.
Community Advisory Team
Be the voice that your community needs! Apply to serve on a Community Advisory Team (CAT) to share feedback on District topics and your campus community. This is a great opportunity to build your student resume and gain leadership skills in preparation for college applications! CATs will meet four times per year and the District truly needs student support.
Coming to the Lair
8th Grade Week - June 1- June 3
Theme: Leave Your Legacy on Thundercat Nation
- June 1st – Awards Ceremony : Zoom Platform: 6:30- 7:30 PM
- June 2nd - 8th Grade Parade - 8th graders pickup awards 5:30PM- 6:30PM
- June 3rd – One Last Lunch (12:15-1:15) All 8th Graders are invited to a special box lunch at RTMS.
More details to come...
RTMS Athletics: Get Your Physical
Attention ALL FUTURE THUNDERCAT ATHLETES for the upcoming 2021-22 School year.
- Get a physical completed by a doctor. Turn the original in to Coach Alexander or Coach Dobbins ASAP or by July 1st 2021.
- Fill out Online Rank One Forms found. (Place a 0 in front of your ID number)
RTMS STUDENT ABSENCES DUE TO COVID OR QUARANTINE
RTMS Parent Information
Possible Quarantine Scenarios:
1. Student is exposed or tests positive, parent contacts school nurse and completes wellness survey. Student goes into quarantine. Student immediately goes on “on-line Classroom Guest” status.
2. Student assessed by school nurse/clinic, has symptoms consistent with COVID and is sent home. The student has three days to obtain a doctor’s note with a diagnosis.
a. Obtains a written diagnosis from the doctor:
· Positive for COVID – contact tracing occurs and the student does not return to school.
· Negative for COVID – student returns to school after three days.
b. Student does not go to the doctor for a medical diagnosis:
· Student will be quarantined for 10-14 days.
· Student will become a “Classroom Guest” at day four.
Work Flow Steps for COVID:
1. If the student will be out for more than three days, the student will become a “Classroom Guest.” To maintain Schoology systems, the student will receive links to an online teacher while out. However, they will continue to do the work of their F2F teacher.
2. AP will follow-up to ensure the student received links as a “Classroom Guest.”
3. Counselor will notify teachers when the student is expected back on campus to resume regular F2F instruction.
**Classroom Guest – term for new online learners who transitioned to online learning from F2F due to quarantine or medical reason.