AS A COMMUNITY OF LEARNERS, RMS STRIVES TO CREATE AN INNOVATIVE, RIGOROUS, CULTURALLY RELEVANT LEARNING ENVIRONMENT THAT EMPHASIZES COLLABORATION AND A CULTURE OF RESPECT.


ROOSEVELT ACTIVITY NIGHT

MAY 11, 2017 | 6:30-8:30pm

Activity Night is a fun and safe opportunity for all Roosevelt students to socialize in a safe and familiar place.

Activities that will be available include:

  • DJ/Dancing in the small gym
  • Karaoke
  • Bingo
  • Ping pong
  • Coat room (lockers are not available to students so you are discouraged from bringing any bags)
  • Concessions - pizza, popcorn, juice and more ($.50-$1.00)
  • AND MORE . . .

Activities will be located in the Dining Hall and C Hall only. The rest of the school will be closed, including ALL lockers. Use the coat room to store your stuff. Entry will ONLY be through the admission doors.

Activity Night is for Roosevelt students only except: students wanting to invite a friend who attends another middle school, must fill out a permission form signed by an administrator from both schools. Forms are available in the front office and are due by Wednesday, February 8. Visitors pay $5 for admission at the door.

  • $3.00 in advance ($1.50 for reduced lunch program).
  • $5.00 at the door ($2.50 for reduced lunch program). OR Free for families that qualify.

ACTIVITY NIGHT CARDS GO ON SALE IN HOUSE MONDAY, MAY 8.

All students must be picked up promptly at 8:30pm

DEADLINE TO PURCHASE YEARBOOKS FAST APPROACHING

Final yearbook orders are due Monday, May 8. If you are not sure whether your student has purchased a yearbook, then check with the advisor or Karen Kingzett in the office (kingzett@4j.lane.edu or 541-790-8544). The cost is $30, or $15 for students who qualify for the federal free and reduced lunch program.

If you would like to pay with credit card (there is no processing fee) please visit the following web link and purchase your yearbook for $30. Roosevelt's yearbook ID number is 10678817. Unfortunately, the discounted fee is not available online. If you would like to pay by cash or check, please come to the office and ask for Karen Kingzett. Make your check payable to Roosevelt Middle School with Yearbook (plus student name) written in the Memo space.

Purchase Online

 

THANK YOU FROM THE ROOSEVELT COMMUNITY

TO THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS AND INDIVIDUALS FOR THEIR GENEROUS DONATIONS TO SPRING FLING: A SHOWCASE OF ROOSEVELT. THEIR DONATIONS MADE THE AUCTION, DINNER, CREPERIE, AND CAKE WALK POSSIBLE. PLEASE GIVE THEM YOUR SUPPORT. 

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Many, many thanks to all of the truly magnificent parents, family members, students, staff, teachers, donors, South students, and community members who helped to create an amazing Showcase 2017!  Thank you to those who spent months in the planning and executing of Showcase to ensure a fun evening for all. To those who joined us on Friday and spent the evening exploring all that Showcase had to offer and helping to make it a successful fundraiser, we appreciate your presence and participation. We are grateful for the time, energy, and heart that people put into making this event so special. What a fun way to celebrate the many elements that come together to make Roosevelt unique. Events such as Showcase are a great reminder that it truly takes a village and we are fortunate to be part of a truly remarkable community. Until next year…

 

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FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE

I would like to commit to you that the Roosevelt Middle School staff stands together against bigotry, harassment, bullying and any form of discrimination. We support a learning community where cooperation, fairness and mutual respect are the rule... not the exception. We know a learning environment free of bigotry, harassment, bullying and discrimination is one where all students can and will learn at the highest level. The RMS staff believes in a world where everyone... our students... our staff... our parents... and our community celebrate the strength and power of diversity. We stand together as a united school committed to supporting the success of all students. Regardless of where a student worships, where a student comes from, what language a student speaks at home, the color of a student's skin, or who a student loves, every individual adds to the mosaic of our school community. Our differences, not our similarities, are what makes us stronger as a whole.

Roosevelt students come from all parts of our United States and from all parts of the world. We have several distinct languages spoken in our school and at home. Our school is a reflection of our larger community. We should challenge divisive rhetoric occurring in our community and across our nation. We should look for good in one another.  We challenge each of you to see the good in others... and to be the good others see in you.

- Chris Mitchell, Principal, RMS

 

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April 28, 2017

Hello RMS families.  Here is the latest eNews for the last week of April. Hope to see many of you at Showcase on Friday night!  Andree Phelps CALENDAR (F) April 28 SHOWCASE ROOSEVELT 6pm (M) May 1-May 5 Teacher Appreciation Week (Th) May 4 Track Meet vs Spencer Butte 5pm (F) May 5 Regular School Day (previously a no school day) (F) May 5 PAR Business Meeting (Th) May 11 Activity Night 6:30 PM (F) May 12 NO SCHOOL –

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