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MARCH EDITION

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APRIL VACATION LEARNING ACADEMY

The Reading Public Schools will offer several programs over April Vacation for students in grades 3-12 aimed at extending student learning. These free programs will run Tuesday, April 19, 2022, thru Friday, April 22, 2022.


You can follow the link below to learn more and to sign up.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tVjEqk4MFwppbk3rKADDzEguQMakAyaGQF6qilsFSVs/edit?usp=sharing

STUDENTS OF COLOR & ALLIES FOR EQUITY, JUSTICE & INCLUSION

The students of color and allies for equity, justice and inclusion presented to staff on Friday's in-service The students led by Sherilla Lestrade and Anna Cuevas have been meeting every Thursday and attending trainings with consultant, Mr. Manuel Fernandez, who is the Chief Equity Officer of the Office of Equity, Inclusion and Belonging of the Cambridge Public Schools to create a presentation for our faculty.

BAND & CHORUS NEWS

Four of our high schoolers (Weston Lewis—jazz band, Ethan Norton—band, Charlie Lloyd—choir, and Liam Synnott—choir) participated in the Northeastern Senior District Festival at Galvin Middle School in Wakefield, MA.

They rehearsed all day Saturday March 19th with top high school performers from all across the Northeastern District and performed in very well-received and high-quality concerts that very same evening.

Hats off to our RMHS students!

The Congressional Art Competition

ARTSfest

Come experience visual artwork, music and dance performances, dramatic scenes, and media created by K-12 graders in the Reading Public Schools!

Tuesday, April 12th & Wednesday, April 13th

5-8 PM

RMHS Performing Arts Center

FANTASTIC MR. FOX

RMHS Performing Arts Center

Reading Memorial High School
62 Oakland Road, Reading MA


Friday, April 29 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, April 30 at 7:30 pm
Sunday, May 1 at 2:00 pm

https://www.ticketstage.com/T/RMHSDRAMA

MISSTER RMHS

On Friday, March 18th we welcomed back an RMHS tradition. We crowned a new MISSTER RMHS King. Congratulations to Pete Koster.
Misster RMHS 2022

SOPHOMORE SEMI-FORMAL

ROBOCKETS

AP PHYSICS FIELD TRIP to BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Mr. Strout's Loyal Students April Fools his Office

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Middlesex League Hockey All Stars

Middlesex League Girls Winter Track All Stars

NEED SOME SPIRIT WEAR?

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Freshmen Progressive Dinner Fundraiser

SAVE THE DATE!!!

Where: RMHS Cafeteria
When: Friday, May 6, 2022 @ 6:30 PM
Cost: $35.00 per person
Tickets: Available in March keep an eye out for your invitation in the mail!

This March, the Class of 2025 is hosting a Progressive Dinner for parents of freshmen to meet and get to know one another. This is really the only event that the entire class will be invited to, so we encourage everyone to attend. All the profits raised from this fundraiser will be used, along with the profits of future fundraising events, to defer the cost of various activities that will take place in the upcoming years such as Junior and Senior proms, class trips, and graduation events.

So what is a Progressive Dinner anyways? It is a social event at which the different courses of a meal are eaten at different tables. The evening will begin by allowing you time to catch up with some old friends and neighbors. Next, you will be invited to sit at a table where you will enjoy a salad and great conversation. From there, you will "progress" to another table with new guests for your main course, followed by a dessert at your final table. The catch is that seating for salad and dinner will be assigned, while dessert is open seating.


We are also looking for donations for the live and silent auctions, namely big-ticket items. Some ideas are tickets to events, sports memorabilia, scratch tickets or services (tutoring, landscaping, spa services…). No item is too small as it can combined with other donations. You could collaborate with other people and make a gift basket or donate a big-ticket item. If you would like to donate an auction item, you can reach out to Chrissy Clawson, the class advisor at christina.clawson@reading.k12.ma.us.

WISH PROJECT

RMHS Junior Roman Olivardia is currently working on his Eagle Project, which is the highest rank one can achieve in scouting. Part of his Eagle Project is to set up a donation box in support of the WISH Project, an organization that provides families in need with daily necessities like clothes, children's toys, and hygiene products.


The donation box is located in front of the main office until April 15th. Please consider dropping off some items for this worthy cause. Refer to the flyer on the donation box, as well as flyers posted around the school for more information of the items that are acceptable.

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