Bulldog Bulletin

April Parent/Student Newsletter

Track Schedule

Coaches: Amy Ameel, Amy Paulson, Adam Kerschenheiter

3/22 First Track Practice 2:25-3:30

Track practice will be held everyday after school at Memorial Field with the exception of Spring break and track meet days.

All Home meets are held at Barnabo Field

Thur. 4/25-- Pictures (Gym) 2:30

Mon. 4/29-- L`Anse Creuse East Away 3:30

Thur. 5/02-- Seneca Away 3:30

Mon. 5/06-- Iroquois Away 3:30

Wed. 5/08-- Anchor Bay South Home 3:30

Mon. 5/13-- New Haven Home 3:30

Wed. 5/15 --Wyandotte Middle School Away 3:30

Tue. 5/21-- L`Anse Creuse North Home 3:30

Thur. 5/23-- Powell Home 3:30

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April is Autism Awareness Month!!

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PSAT Testing

On Tuesday, April 9th, 8th grade students will take the PSAT 8/9. Testing will take place during Hours 1-4. Here are some test day reminders:

  1. Get a good night’s rest the evening before!

  2. Eat a healthy breakfast!

  3. Arrive to school on time!

  4. NO electronic devices! (Cell phones, smart watches, chromebooks, etc.)

  5. NO food/drinks in testing rooms!

  6. Pencils and calculators will be provided.

Please note that the PSAT 8/9 replaces the math and ELA portions of the M-STEP. 8th graders will still take the science and social studies portions of the M-STEP at the end of April.

Visit http://psat.org/8-9resources and http://collegeboard.org/ for more information and practice questions.

Important M-STEP Testing Information For All RMS Students & Parents

The M-STEP will assess student learning on Michigan’s standards in mathematics, english language arts (ELA), science, and social studies. This transition is necessary to meet state and federal education guidelines regarding assessment and accountability, as well as to ensure that our statewide assessments better reflect what students know and are able to do. *Please make sure students arrive with chromebooks fully charged and earbuds/headphones on testing days.


8th Grade: April 25-26, Hours 2-3

6th & 7th Grade: April 29-30

Hours 1-3

Boaters Safety

Seventh grade students recently participated in a Boaters Safety course through the Macomb County Sheriff Marine Division. At the end of the course, students took a 50

question test over the material covered in the text and in class. If students passed with a 70% or better, they earned a boating safety certificate. Seven students earned 100%!

Students who received a perfect score of 100% are: Katie McKiernan, Owen Youngblood, Austin Finley, Lily Seamans, Kate Wenz, Claire Haverland, Alaina Kraemer.

These students will be invited to a field trip with the other 100 percenters throughout Macomb County. They will tour the Macomb County Sheriff Marine Division station, go out on the Sheriff's boats, tour the DNR next door and have lunch with the deputies.

Congratulations to all students who earned their certificates!

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C.J. Barrymore’s Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible to attend - Beginning April 8th

(4th quarter), students must have:

No more than two after-school detentions, NO extended detentions, and NO suspensions. All library fines, book fees, or fines of any kind must be paid, and overdue books

must be returned in order to purchase a ticket!!! Permission slips will go home in May. This year’s event takes place on June 10th.

Central Office

Mr. Todd Robinson, Superintendent
  • Ms. Jennifer McFarlane, Assistant Superintendent for Academic Services
  • Mr. Don Gratton, Executive Director of Facilities & Quality Control
  • Ms. Vicki Laseke, Executive Director of Business Services
  • Mr. Mark Nelson, Executive Director of Technology
  • Board of Education

    Dr. Gus Demas, President

    Mr. Chris Young, Vice President

    Mrs. Jill Rilley, Secretary

  • Mrs. Kim Barrows, Treasurer
  • Mr. Michael Antoine, Trustee
  • Mrs. Anita Banach, Trustee
  • Mr. Wayne Conner II, Trustee