7th Grade Outer Banks trip...Please have all forms from the spring packet turned in by Wednesday. If your child needs to take a prescription on the trip, please get the form and medicine to Nurse Neil by Wednesday. The parent must bring the medicine in. If you have any questions, please email Shana Hannibal at email@example.com.
8th grade Washington trip...It is time to get your pink medical forms turned into your child's science teacher. Form A is for prescription medication. If your child take a prescription on a daily basis for school, then they must continue to take it on the trip. All prescriptions must have a doctor's signature. If it is an inhaler or epi-pen, e-mail Nurse Neil and see if she already has this on file. She can put a copy in my box. If your child does not take any prescriptions then write NONE across form and sign at the bottom. Form B shows medicines we will have on the bus. Just circle all medications we are allowed to administer, and write "as directed" on the form. Again you must sign this form at the bottom too. We also need a copy of your insurance card front/back. If you want to take a picture of your card or scan it, then you can email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org All forms and insurance are due no later than April 7! We will have a parent meeting in late April to discuss dress code, itinerary, and how to pack and check-in.
Autism Awareness...If you would like to order an Autism Awareness t-shirt, please click on the following link...Autism Awareness T-shirt. Small, medium, large and x-large are $10, 2XL are $13 and 3X and up are $13. Any questions, contact Stacey Hunter at email@example.com.
ESE Transition Night…Who is it for? All 8th grade Exceptional Student Education students, parents, and case managers who are zoned for Northwestern High School. When: Monday, March 27 from 5:30-7 p.m. in the RRMS Media Center. Topics to be discussed include: Transitioning to High School, Accommodations vs. Modifications, Student-led IEPs, ESE Programs at Northwestern, Essentials or Year-long Classes vs. College Prep., and a Question/Answer period. For additional questions, please contact Ms. Lindsay Nance at LNance@rhmail.org.
Team 8-1...will be attending the Special Olympics as volunteers. All students need to turn in their permission slips and $10 cash by TODAY, Monday, March 13.
Job Shadowing...Job Shadowing Day will be March 16. All students must answer 10 questions, while job shadowing, then return that 10 question worksheet to their home base teacher when they return after the weekend. This worksheet will mark them as present for attendance purposes.
Tutoring...will being this week and continue through May 12. Any student that needs extra help can attend tutoring but must come with an assignment they are struggling with. They must have a specific assignment or standard difficulty, or the tutor will send them on their way. Tutors are as follows:
7:45 - 8:15 a.m.
Math - Hightower (A217)
3:50 - 4:20 p.m. 3:50 - 4:20 p.m.
ELA - Mondo (A201) ELA/SS - Hudak (A216)
ELA/SS -Hudak (A216) Math - Harris (A103)
SS - Herring (A206)
Homework website...Check out the following link for weekly updates of homework assignments by grade level team...Homework by Team.
Student Supervision...Students are permitted to arrive on school property at 7:45 a.m. No supervision is offered of students before 7:45 a.m. Student supervision concludes at 4:15 in the afternoon!