Grades: 6th, 7th, 8th
Enrollment: 1163 students
School Colors: Blue and Silver
School Mascot: Riverside Royals
Motto: "Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow"
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Family Fiction Fright Night
The PTSA and RMS Media Center are partnering to bring you the first Family Fiction Fright Night on Thursday, October 23 from 4:30 to 8:00pm. Author and magician Chad Crews will be performing for students in each grade level during the day, and then giving a special performance (with different material) for parents, family members, and community members starting at 6:30. He will also be available before the performance to sign copies of his book in the RMS Book Fair! Join us for dinner at the food trucks in the front car loading area, then visit the Edgar Allan Poe themed classroom. Come dressed as your favorite literary character, and vote for pumpkin creations by classes and clubs at RMS!
The RMS Book Fair will be available the week of October 20-October 24th. This is a perfect time to start holiday shopping, and the proceeds go to fund the collection in the RMS Media Center. All classes will visit the book fair with their ELA class, and may return with a pass from the teacher and money, throughout the week.
RMS Basketball Tryouts
Basketball tryouts for boys and girls teams will begin on Monday, Nov. 3. In order to tryout, each student must have turned in a physical and parent permission form along with $10 insurance. If a student played a fall sport for a high school they must still turn in a physical and parent permission form to the middle school. Forms are located at www.greenvillecountyathletics.com under the athletic forms tab. Boys turn in forms to Coach Raymond. Girls turn in forms to Coach Young or Coach Eikenberry.
Principal for the day
Mr. Simon Hong, Senior Vice President from TD Bank, shadowed Principal Kate Malone as a part of “Principal for a Day.” Local business leaders are shadowing school principals to learn more about day-to-day operations of leading a school. Mr. Hong spoke to two 8th grade financial literacy classes, attended lunches, and enjoyed talking to RMS students. We are so excited to build relationships with community leaders.
Science Classes Study Plant Structure
Mrs. Richane Robbins’ sixth grade science classes participated in a plant structure lab. The students got hands-on lessons in the structure of the plants, which enhanced their understanding of the subject. Students reported that this was one of their favorite science lessons they had ever taken part in for school.
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