RMS office is closed for the Summer. We will open August 2nd.
HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!
Reminder to all students: Please remember that our dress code expectations apply to all students. You must follow the rules. IF you show up to school with clothes that are not compliant with our dress code rules, we will assume you are intentionally not following them, and you will be assigned to ISS for the day.
According to the handbook, all students are to be off school grounds unless under supervision of a teacher or coach. That means, no hanging around in the commons or other areas, including outside on the school grounds. If you are done with a teacher at 3:15, please come to the office and call for a ride home. The 4:00 bus is intended for those who are staying for ESD/EADs, tutoring, etc. and are here until 3:45 or 4:00. If you are done with one teacher at 3:15, it is okay to find another one who can supervise you reading or working, but you must be sitting in a classroom if you are sticking around.
School IDs must be worn at all times. Students without IDS in the classroom or the halls, will be assigned an ESD if they are in pockets, folders, or just not on you. The price for IDs is $2.50. That will get you the ID and the sleeve. If you need a lanyard the cost will be $3.50.
*It is required that students charge your Chromebooks at home each night. Each student and parent signed the agreement before you were loaned a Chromebook. We will no longer be loaning out chargers during the school day. If you forget to charge it, you may plug it in at lunch in the commons area. Until then, you will need to use paper and pencil in your class.
Royster PE teacher honored with district’s Cummings Award
Teri Lund, a middle school physical eduaction teacher, and district employee for 25 years, has been recognized with the district’s highest award. The award honors an employee who exemplies the district’s Students First motto and who continually goes above and beyond normal employee expectations to meet the needs of students, staff and community.
Lund is the second recipient for this district award. She was chosen from a list of nominations by district staff.
The award was established in 2016 following Deborah Cumming’s death, to honor a district employee who goes above and beyond normal expectations and demonstrates a positive and passionate attitude. Lund was presented with the award at the employee reception in May.
CHS Summer Volleyball Camp
July 9th-12th, 2018
8:00 - 11:00 (9th-12th grade)
11:30-12:30 (3rd- 5th grade)
1:00-3:00 (6th-8th grade)