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Ram Report for June 7

Good Sunday Evening from Robertsville Middle School!

This is your principal Kirk Renegar with this week’s Ram Report!

Just a reminder that students’ grades have been finalized and are available for viewing in Skyward. Again, no report cards will be physically mailed home this year.

We will be holding onto the contents from students’ lockers […]

2020-06-07T14:13:35-04:00June 6th, 2020|School News|

Food Service for June and July

Friday, May 29 was our last day of meal service at multiple school sites for the remainder of this school year.Friday, May 29th was our last day of meal service at multiple school sites for the remainder of this school year.

Our summer meal service will begin on Monday, June 8 and run through Friday, July […]

2020-06-01T11:30:13-04:00June 1st, 2020|District News|

Spelling & Geographic Bee Results

On Monday, January 13, Robertsville Middle School hosted its annual spelling bee. 80 students participated in the contest. After 17 rounds, 7th grader Zen Bennett correctly spelled the word assertion to win the bee. 7th grader Eurydice Delmau placed second. Zen qualifies for the regional bee to be held later this spring.


2020-01-16T10:31:00-05:00January 14th, 2020|School News|

Assistant Secretary Frank Brogan Visits Robertsville Middle School

On Wednesday, November 20, Robertsville Middle School staff and students had the pleasure of hosting Frank Brogan, the US Department of Education Assistant Secretary for Elementary and Secondary Education. The purpose of his visit was to learn more about the unique partnership Robertsville has with NASA and local scientists and the work to date on […]

2019-11-29T17:06:02-05:00November 21st, 2019|School News|

Author Alan Gratz Visits RMS

On Thursday, October 24, bestselling and award-winning author Alan Gratz presented at Robertsville Middle School. He spoke to nearly 600 RMS 6th, 7th, and 8th graders in the morning and then signed copies of his novels in the library after his presentation. He talked to students about his childhood and then played an enthusiastic game […]

2019-10-24T15:13:19-04:00October 22nd, 2019|School News|
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