Tiger Tales

February 2023

Happy February Tigers!

The month of January seemed to have flown by! I am excited at all the possibilities that February will bring to RMS!

We will be have a Title 1 Digital Growth Night for Math & Literacy this month! You will soon receive a packet of papers containing information on this, along with your students Fall & Winter Reading and Math Benchmark scores. Along with these scores you will also receive a Questions and Answers packet about Milestone testing.

Remember I can offer resources for help in Math & Literacy if needed!

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Student Spotlight-6th Grader Broc Gann!

Broc was chosen for February's Student Spotlight! Broc's ELA teachers have this to say about him:

Broc is a polite, respectful, and hardworking student. He always has a positive attitude and is willing to help others. Broc demonstrates all the characteristics of Ringgold Middle School’s Tiger Traits- Respect, Model, and Serve!

Congrats Broc! Keep being polite, respectful & working hard!

8th Grade Parent? Click Here for a RHS Newsletter

Click for a Upcoming Freshman Newsletter, Including dates of registration and Parent Night!

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A Look Ahead

2/8/2023-Scoliosis Screening (6th & 8th Grades)

2/9/2023- Progress Reports are sent home

2/9/2023- Digital Benchmark Growth Packets are sent home

2/15/2023- Title 1 Spring Survey Sent home

2/17/2023-2/20/23- NO SCHOOL (Winter Break!)

**Title 1 Parent Advisory Council Meeting coming in April! Please let me know if you would like to attend!**

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Parent Rights and Responsibilities

Parent Rights and Responsibilities Parents have the RIGHT to expect quality education for their child. They have the RIGHT to assume their child is treated fairly and is safe when at school. Parents have the RIGHT to contact the school and request a meeting at any time they feel that their child is struggling.

Parents have the RESPONSIBILITY to be aware of the school's expectations for students and of the acceptable rules of conduct as outlined in the handbook. Parents are RESPONSIBLE for encouraging regular and punctual attendance of their child and for ensuring their student completes any assignments or homework given. Parents are expected to respond to telephone calls or letters from the school.

The school relies on support from parents in the education of your child. The school and the teachers cannot do the job of educating your child alone. Your support and involvement are of utmost importance.

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