Rawlinson MS Parent Newsletter: June 2020
Hello Patriot Families,
As this historic school year comes to an end, I want to thank you for all you've done and continue to do as a partner of Rawlinson MS.
I know that we all have questions and concerns about what reopening our school will look like in the fall. Please be assured that there is a tremendous amount of work being done at the district and campus level, to prepare for next school year.
Please know your students' education and safety will always be our top priority.
You can expect continued communication throughout the summer, with our monthly parent newsletter and occasional calls via School Messenger with updates as needed.
Although school ended in a digital setting, we were still able to congratulate many on their achievements throughout the year. See below for highlights.
Please take a moment to enjoy one last farewell message from our 8th grade send-off parade.
Enjoy your summer, take care and stay well.
Sherry Mireles, Principal
MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER PROGRAMS
Middle school summer programming is designed for students to re-engage and re-connect through various programs and learning experiences. Offerings are designed to strengthen content and skills, accelerate coursework or to encourage students to engage in enrichment activities through Fine Arts, AVID, Athletics and Career and Technical opportunities.
There is no cost to attend most middle school summer programs; however, some programs are by invitation and others are open enrollment. Contact campus counselors for additional information. mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org mailto:email@example.com
Rawlinson will participate in the Jump-Start to Success Summer program. Click on the link below for dates. Additional detailed information on programs will be communicated in late June for Rawlinson Middle School.
Programs offered: Athletics, Band, Choir, Orchestra, Theatre Arts, AVID, STEM, Art,
Attention all Athletes!!
If your child is interested in trying out for a sport next year, or is enrolled in 7th or 8th grade athletics, there is mandatory paperwork that must be completed before they can be eligible to participate.
An athlete cannot try out for a sport before completing ALL UIL paperwork found on the parent portal. (link below)
Required Forms on NISD Rank One webpage for new and returning athletes.
Paper Documents to be submitted
- Physical (NEW)
Electronic Documents to be submitted online by the parent
- Medical History
- UIL Forms Signature Page
- Athlete Emergency Form
- Athletic Injury Protocol
- Behavior Expectations of Spectators
- NISD Code of Conduct
NEW TO ATHLETICS:
All incoming 7th graders or any student that did not have a medical physical last year MUST complete the following.
- Medical Physical: give a copy to the head coach on campus. The physical form can be printed from the parent portal, or from the links provided at the bottom of this information sheet.
- Medical history form must be completed online. Print the completed medical history and the physical form and take both of those papers with you to the doctor when you get your physical. Make a copy of the medical physical and turn it into the head coach.
You do not need to turn in medical history, but must complete it online.
RETURNING ATHLETES (INCLUDING INCOMING 9TH GRADERS):
If an athlete has a physical on file from last year, it is not required for them to complete another medical physical. However, they MUST log in to the parent portal and complete all required paperwork online.
Incoming 9th graders: medical history will be reviewed by the high school trainer. If another physical is required in order to be cleared, the trainer will let you know.
*Rank One Parent Portal Information/Instruction SheetAsthma Action Plan (Required for students diagnosed with asthma.)
For Questions or concerns please contact the following Head Coaches.
Boys Athletics: firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls Athletics: email@example.com