Camp News

May 2, 2022

  1. If your student is completing the math word problems for extra classroom money, we will be checking those this Friday, May 6th.
  2. We will also take our last vocabulary test this Friday, May 6th. Please make sure your student is continuing to practice those words at home daily.
  3. Field day will be this Thursday, May 5th. Parents who would like to attend need to meet our class at the volleyball station (#3) in the high school gym at 8:30. There will be high school AP testing going on during this day, so parents will only be allowed in the gym and on the field during this day. Parents may not stay for lunch in the cafeteria this day but may check out their students after field day is over around 11:30. Students need to wear tennis shoes on this day. Please put any sunscreen on your student before they arrive at school as teachers cannot put this on students.
  4. Our 3rd grade EOG’s are coming up quickly! We will take our reading EOG on Thursday, May 12th and our math EOG on Friday, May 13th. These will be regular school days for students. We will serve breakfast for third graders in the cafeteria from 7:15 to 7:45. Please make sure your student arrives by 7:45 so they can eat breakfast before EOG’s start. Thank you to all the families that have signed up to send in donations to make this happen. We will gladly accept any extra donations since the signup filled up quickly.
  5. On Thursday, May 19th our class will have classroom awards for students. This is something we do for fun that is separate from the elementary awards ceremony. We will also have a “class store” on this day where students will get to spend their well-earned classroom money from this year on prizes. We are looking for families to donate fun puzzles, books, games, and toys to help make this happen. (Dollar store items are great!) Please send any donations with your student as soon as possible.
  6. Third grade is going on a field trip! On Monday, May 23rd we will have our End of Year Celebration at Graham Regional Park. Parents can meet us at the park at 10:00am if you would like. Order forms for a Chick-Fil-A lunch were sent home in take-home folders on Friday. Parents may order a lunch along with their student, please just note that on the form. These will also serve as student’s permission slips. Please make sure your student’s form and money is turned in with their name on it no later than Wednesday May 18th.  Students do not need to bring anything with them to school on this day.
  7. Tuesday May 24th is the elementary Awards Ceremony. Parents are invited to join us for the school awards ceremony in the High School Gym. Doors will open at 8:30 and the awards will start at 9:00am. You are welcome to sign your student out after awards. You will need to come to where your classroom teacher is sitting in the gym to sing out your child. Your child will not be allowed to come to you before or during the awards ceremony. Once you have signed them out, they will be able to leave with you. I will notify families of students who I know are receiving an award. Students do not need to bring anything with them to school on this day.
  8. Wednesday May 25th is the Last day of School! We will dismiss at 11:30 today. Students do not need to bring anything with them to school.
  9. Our last day for ice cream will Thursday, May 12th.


April 25, 2022

  1. Students are bringing home their last vocabulary list of the school year today! We take our vocabulary test on these words on Friday, May 6th.
  2. Students will not have a math or reading homework sheet for the remainder of the year. I have put a math word problems document on our class website under the “what are we learning?” tab for extra practice at home. (I also attached it to this email.) This is optional, but students who complete any or all of these problems will receive $10 in classroom money for each problem they bring to school that is correct. Students can complete their work on notebook paper or print them out at home. We will check take home folders for these next Friday, May 6th.
  3. Field day will be next Thursday, May 5th. Parents who would like to attend need to meet our class at the volleyball station (#3) in the high school gym at 8:30. There will be high school AP testing going on during this day, so parents will only be allowed in the gym and on the field during this day. Parents may not stay for lunch in the cafeteria this day but may check out their students after field day is over at 11:15.
  4. Our class is looking for parents to donate two cases of mini waters bottles and two boxes of freeze pops for field day. Please let me know if you are willing to help.
  5. Our 3rd grade EOG’s are coming up quickly! We will take our reading EOG on Thursday, May 12th and our math EOG on Friday, May 13th. These will be regular school days for students. Please make sure to put these on your calendar!


April 11, 2022

  1. Homework (both math and reading) will be due on Thursday this week.
  2. We will also take our vocabulary test on Thursday, April 14th.
  3. We will also be finishing our last math unit this week! Our end of module test will be on Thursday.
  4. There is no school for students this Friday, April 15th. Next week is Spring Break for RMA. We will return to school on Monday, April 25th.

April 4, 2022

  1. Students will start a new vocabulary list (list 3 and 4 of power words) this week. The test on these words will be next Thursday, April 14th. 
  2. There is no school for students next Friday, April 15th.
  3. Tomorrow, our class will attend the Bookfair during our library time. If your student would like to bring money to spend, please make sure they bring it labeled with their name on it.
  4. This Wednesday, April 6th, from 5-7pm, RMA will be hosting a hot dog supper for families to check out the book fair, enjoy dinner, and get the chance to win some fun prizes. 3rd grade is donating hot dog buns and relish to support the supper. Please send any donations with your student to school.
  5. Parents, you can use discount code rma10 to receive a 10% discount on spring pictures from York Photography.

March 21, 2022

  1. If you did not sign up for a conference last week and would like to schedule one, please let me know.
  2. As mentioned during conferences, students will be starting “power” vocabulary words instead of spelling words for homework this week. These are words students will likely see on their reading EOG at the end of the year. We will be practicing these in class and students are expected to practice them at home daily, just like spelling words. (A few at a time will be most helpful so students do not become overwhelmed.) We will test on 20 words every two weeks, with our next test being on Friday, April 1st. I have attached a PDF to this email of this week and next week’s words. Students will also bring home a copy today with their homework for the week.
  3. Book Fair information came home with students in their take home folders on Friday. Please see the school website for more information!
  4. I have attached a letter from Mrs. Bradshaw explaining how parents can look up their individual score reports on the power school parent portal. This will be how we release check in and EOG scores.
  5. I am working on putting together an “EOG Practice” document to share with families who are looking for extra practice at home. As soon as I have it finished, I will send that out to you all.

March 13, 2022

  1. We will not start a new spelling list and students will not have reading or math homework due to our half days on Thursday and Friday.
  2. Below you will find a sign-up genius link for Quarter 3 conferences. It will be easiest for me to call you for conferences this year so please be sure to put which phone number I can reach you out on the sign-up. Conferences will be held on Thursday, March 17 from 1:00-3:00 and Friday, March 18 from 1:00-2:30. Conferences will be 10 minutes long and I will email out conference forms prior to our conference call for your review. Students will have a half day of school on each of these days. There will be no afterschool care on these days and students need to be picked up no later than 12:00pm.
  3. This Tuesday, March 15th is Spring picture day for our class. Please make sure you send back the picture form filled out to school if you would like your student to have their picture taken.

March 4, 2022

  1. This Tuesday, March 8th, third grade students will take their Quarter 3 NC Check-In test. This will be the last big practice test students will have on their Chromebooks before EOG’s in May. Please make sure your student is on time this day and is well rested so they can do their best work on this day.
  2. Below you will find a sign-up genius link for Quarter 3 conferences. It will be easiest for me to call you for conferences this year so please be sure to put which phone number I can reach you out on the sign-up. Conferences will be held on Thursday, March 17 from 1:00-3:00 and Friday, March 18 from 1:00-2:30. Conferences will be 10 minutes long and I will email out conference forms prior to our conference call for your review. Students will have a half day of school on each of these days. There will be no afterschool care on these days and students need to be picked up no later than 12:00pm. 

February 25, 2022

  1. There is no school for students next Friday, March 4 due to a teacher workday.
  2. Due to the shorter week, math and reading homework will be due on Thursday instead of Friday next week. Please help your student keep up with this change!
  3. We will also start a new spelling list next week. Our next spelling test will be on Friday, March 11th.
  4. Next week is Read Across America week at RMA! We will spend extra special time reading during the week and will do something each day to celebrate.
  • Monday: The best stories are shared around the campfire- Bring your favorite story to share with your classmates.
  • Tuesday: Nature walk story time- We will go on a book walk around RMA!
  • Wednesday: The s’more you read the more you know- enjoy a yummy treat while reading at school.
  • Thursday: Camp out with a good book- Wear your RMA Reading Camp Out t-shirt, bring a blanket, pillow, or flashlight to cozy up with a good book. (Please make sure these items can fit in your student’s bookbags since we do not have extra space in our classroom for large blankets/pillows.

February 18, 2022

  1. Elementary students need to be in their classrooms by 8:00. Car rider line will stop at 7:58 starting on Monday. Tardies will be enforced after 7:58 for elementary students.  Once staff members are no longer outside, you will need to bring your student(s) to the front office to receive a tardy slip.
  2. Our spelling test will be next Friday, March 25th.
  3. Next week, we will begin learning about fractions on a number line. Any connections your student can make to this outside of school will be helpful!
  4. We will also begin our unit on plays in reading. This can be a tricky unit for some students so any conversations at home about what plays are will also be helpful.
  5. We began reading the story “Charlotte’s Web” in our class last week. We hope to find time to watch the movie when we are finished with the book. If you do not want your student watching the movie, please reach out to me and let me know.

February 7, 2022

  1. This Friday, February 11 is now a regular school day for students to make up for a snow day. Please make sure you have this marked down so your student will be present at school!
  2. We will do something small for Valentine’s Day next Monday. If your student would like to bring in a card for every student in the class, they may but do not have to. I have attached a list of the names of the students in our class.

January 28, 2022

  1. Students brought home a yellow flyer this week with information about t-shirt orders for Read Across America week. Orders and money are due by Friday, February 4. Please see the flyer for more information!
  2. Mrs. Braxton and I would greatly appreciate any donations of disposable masks to keep in our classroom. Sometimes things happen to masks at school and our extra supply has run out. If you’re willing to help, please send masks with your student next week – and thank you in advance!
  3. We will start a new spelling list next week. Lists will be sent home on Monday and in case they get lost, the lists on our class website have been updated.
  4. Homework will continue like normal next week with one reading and one math worksheet due on Friday.
  5. Next week, we will finish our unit on area and take our end of module 4 test on Friday. Please see our math lessons tab on our class website for extra practice if need be.
  6. We will also be moving on in reading to figurative langue and in science to forces and motion.
  7. Friday, February 11 will now be a regular school day for students to make up for our snow day last week.


January 23, 2022

  1. Tomorrow, January 24th is the 100th day of school! Students are invited to dress like they are 100 years old if they would like (dress code still applies).
  2. We will continue with homework this week. Students will have one reading and one math worksheet due on Friday. Students are also expected to read 20 minutes at home nightly and fill out their reading log to earn a special reading buddy at school on Friday’s. Students should plan to continue practicing their spelling words for the week before last. We will push our spelling test to this Friday, January 28.
  3. Students who were at school on Thursday brought home a packet with a pink slip on the front. Please make sure your student returns that packet to school tomorrow. (Students should not have completed any of the work in it at this time.)


January 7, 2022

  1. On Tuesday, January 11th, third grade will be taking their Quarter 2 NC Math Check-In test. This is a test required by the state of North Carolina and covers math material taught during the second quarter. This is not for a grade, but rather a “check in” to see how students are doing in math so far this year. Please make sure your student is on time this day as the test will begin promptly at 8:00. If your student is not at school, they will make up the test at a later time.
  2. Homework will start again next week! Students will have one reading and one math worksheet sent home on Monday and will be due on Friday. Reading logs for January will also be sent home on Monday. Please remember that students who complete their reading log every night during the week will earn a special reading buddy in the classroom on Friday’s.
  3. A new list of spelling words will also be sent home on Monday. The test for the list will be on Friday, January 21st. Please make sure your student is practicing their words at home nightly.
  4. Our class website has been updated with what we are learning next week. Spelling lists can also be found on there if need be.
  5. I have attached a flyer to this email from RMA about new t-shirts. You will either need to print a form or attach a note with your student’s design, size, and color choice when sending money with your student to school. Please see the attachment for more information!
December 9, 2021
  1. We would like to make a few “snow” crafts next week before break. I have made a Sign-Up genius page if you would like to send in some supplies in to help make this happen. If everything can be in by Tuesday, that would be great. Please let me know if you have questions! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050A4BADA829AAFA7-winter1
  2. Students are welcome to wear their pajamas to school on Friday, December 17th for the half day!
  3. Winter break starts next week! Students will have a half day of school on Friday, December 17th. Please make sure arrangements are made for your student to be picked up on time. School dismissal is at 11:30. Buses should arrive at their stops by 11:40 and car riders should be picked up NO LATER than 12:00 noon.
  4. There will be NO SCHOOL December 20 – January 3. Students will return on Tuesday, January 4th.


November 18, 2021

  1. Students will not have homework next week! We also did not have new spelling word this week, but I have updated the "spelling" tab on our class website with all of students' lists so far for extra practice at home.
  2. Wednesday, November 24 is a half day for students. School will dismiss at 11:30. There will not be afterschool, or lunch served on this day. Please make sure that your student knows who is picking them up this day. Buses will be at their stops AT 11:30 and car rider line will likely start before 11:30 so please be on time.
  3. There is NO SCHOOL for students next Thursday or Friday, November 25 and 26.
  4. I will not be sending announcements for next week but will update what we are learning on our class website for the week of November 29th.


November 12, 2021

  1. We will take our mid-module 3 test next Friday, November 19. Please have your student watch any of the Module 3 videos under the “math lessons” tab on our class website if you think your student needs more practice of what we have been doing in class to help prepare for the test.
  2. Our school is learning about generosity this month and to enhance their learning we are collecting items to make Christmas goodie bags for the residents at Peak Resources in Graham. Our grade level is in charge of collecting small lotions, small shampoos, and Chapstick. Third grade’s goal is to collect 50 items so if you are willing to help, please send donations in with your student.
  3. The NJHS is sending home information about students selling raffle tickets to help raise money for a family in need during Christmas.  Students who sell the most raffle tickets will win $100, and the winning raffle ticket receives a basket full of goodies valued at $350.
  4. Your student is also bringing home a flyer from The National Honor Society (high school) about a toy drive for UNC Children’s hospital. The flyer gives you some great ideas for toys that are needed. Donations can be sent in with your student to school.
  5. Progress reports for quarter 2 will be sent out electronically today. Please keep in mind that we have four more weeks of grades in be average in for final grades and if your student has been absent they may still have some work to complete that is not in PowerSchool yet.

November 7, 2021

  1. Your student brought home a bright pink flyer in their take home folder on Friday with important information regarding homecoming t-shirts for this school year. All money is due this Friday, November 12 and NO late orders will be accepted.
  2. Progress reports for Quarter 2 will be distributed electronically this Friday, November 12th. Please keep in mind that this is a check in for how students are doing so far this quarter and there will be four more weeks of grades averaged into final quarter grades.
  3. There is no school for students this Thursday, November 11th due to Veteran’s Day.

October 31, 2021

  1. Students will start a new spelling list this week and will take their spelling test on Friday, November 12.
  2. We are starting our third unit in math this week! We will begin learning our six, seven, eight, nine and ten multiplication facts in this unit. Please make sure your student begins practicing these at home to support them in school!
  3. Students have math and reading homework every week unless an announcement is sent saying otherwise. Please make sure your student is completing both worksheets and keeping them in their folders to be checked on Friday. 10 points per day will be deducted for late homework.

October 22, 2021

  1. Today your student is bringing home their Quarter 1 Check-In score report. This test was taken last Wednesday to see what students know from Quarter 1 material in math. There was one standard (5 questions) on the test that has not been taught yet so please keep that in mind when reviewing your students repot. This test is not a grade and will be used to guide instruction for the remainder of the school year. We will begin reviewing questions from the test next week in class.
  2. Students will be taking their End of Module 2 test next week on Wednesday. This test will cover time to the nearest minute, elapsed time within the hour, units of measurement (grams, kilograms, milliliters, and liters), rounding to the nearest 10 and 100, finding estimated and actual amounts to addition and subtraction problems within 1,000. I would encourage students to watch any of the Module 2 lesson videos found on our class website to practice at home!
  3. Today we finally had time to put stickers on the “portfolio checklist” in student’s Take-Home folders. So far, we have complete three strands of portfolios. If students have three stickers, that means they have passed off on all three or if they do not have any stickers, that means they have not passed off on those strands yet. Please check these out this weekend!


October 9, 2021

  1. Below you will find a sign-up genius link for Quarter 1 conferences. It will be easiest for me to call you for conferences this year so please be sure to put which phone number I can reach you out on the sign-up. Conferences will be held on Thursday, October 14 from 1:00-3:00 and Friday, October 15 from 1:00-3:00. Conferences will be 10 minutes long and I will email out conference forms prior to our conference call for your review.
  2. This Thursday, October 14, third grade will be taking the Quarter 1 NC Check-In test for Math. This is a state test to assess students on content covered during the first quarter.  The test will begin promptly at 8:00 so please make sure your student is on time that day.
  3. I will not be sending out announcements next week since we are meeting for conferences but will update our class website for what we are learning along with our math lessons and extra reading practice.
October 1, 2021
  1. Starting on Monday, Mrs. Bradshaw will be starting “Math Masters” with third grade. Students do not need to do anything with the sheet in their take home folders about math masters as this is how families will keep up with the facts students have passed off on at school. Students should be continuing to practice their 2’s and 3’s multiplication facts at home. We will take a fluency test on these facts as a class next week.
  2. I have also attached the PowerPoint Mrs. Bradshaw went through during our BOG parent night on Monday. Please email her at [email protected] if you have questions!
  3. Below you will find a sign-up genius link for Quarter 1 conferences. It will be easiest for me to call you for conferences this year so please be sure to put which phone number I can reach you out on the sign-up. Conferences will be held on Thursday, October 14 from 1:00-3:00 and Friday, October 15 from 1:00-2:30. Conferences will be 10 minutes long and I will email out conference forms prior to our conference call for your review.
  4. I forgot to mention that students may use the money on their school lunch accounts for ice cream. Students do not need to bring in $1 if they have money on their account. It is easier for the cafeteria for students to use their money on their accounts so thank you for keeping this in mind moving forward!
  5. I have added some reading practice on our classroom website as well as the math lessons we have covered so far in our second module, along with the ones we will cover next week. Please keep checking back if you know your student needs more practice at home!
  6. Students will also start a new word sort for spelling next week. They will work on this list for the next two weeks and will be quizzed on Friday, October 15. Please make sure your student is practicing at home!

September 24, 2021
  1. There is no school next Friday, October 1st for students since it is a teacher workday.
  2. Homework will be due on Thursday next week and students will also take their spelling test on their first work sort.
  3. Today we sent home lesson 4 and 5 homework in your student’s take home folder. This is not required but will be good extra practice for students to complete at home this weekend. Students who bring both sheets completed to school next week will earn extra money for their hard work.
  4.  Next Monday, September 27 at 6:00pm is the BOG virtual parent night! Mrs. Bradshaw sent an email to families earlier this week with more information. You can also find the link to join the Microsoft Teams meeting below. You will not have to have a Microsoft account or login information to join the meeting. If you cannot attend the live session, she will email the PowerPoint presentation out to everyone. Copy and paste the address below to join the meeting or click the link to join. 

September 17, 2021
  1. This week we finished Module 1 for math! Next week we will be starting Module 2 with reading a clock to the nearest minute. Students will also be learning how much time has passed within the hour through story problems. Please continue to check the class website for extra practice your student can be doing at home to help during this unit.
  2. Next week we will start ice cream from the cafeteria. Students may bring in $1 on Thursdays for ice cream. This is optional and students who do not bring in money will not get ice cream. Our ice cream day will stay the same for the school year.
  3. Our cafeteria is having an issue with ordering and finding availability of some cafeteria supplies such as utensils. Please make sure if your student brings their lunch from home that they also bring their own utensils. Supplies are limited right now!
  4. Today your student brought home a letter about how third grade will be doing spelling this school year. Please read it carefully and check both your student’s folder and our class website, next week, for your student’s word sort. A copy of the letter is also attached to this email for easy reference.
  5. A virtual parent night discussing BOG scores will be held at 6:00pm on Microsoft Teams on Monday, September 27th. If you are not able to attend, a PowerPoint from the evening will be made available for families to see. Please see the letter from Mrs. Bradshaw for more information.
  6. Please be on the lookout for an email from Mrs. Bradshaw about “Math Masters.” Students will be going to see Mrs. Bradshaw to pass off on their multiplication facts this school year. Student’s names will be displayed in the front office to show off to our parents and visitors when students pass off on their facts!

September 10, 2021
  1. A virtual parent night discussing BOG scores will be held at 6:00pm on Microsoft Teams on Monday, September 27th. If you are not able to attend, a PowerPoint from the evening will be made available for families to see. Please see the letter from Mrs. Bradshaw for more information.
  2. Picture day will be on Wednesday, September 15. If you would like your student to have a specific background, please fill out the form sent home in your student’s folder and return it to school. The background cannot be changed after picture day. Students WILL NOT have time to change clothes or shoes at school. Please dress your student accordingly.
  3. Progress reports will be sent home today. These are sent out as a reflection of your student’s progress so far this quarter, as we still have four more weeks of grades that will be averaged in. Please keep in mind that some assignments may be missing if your student has been absent or has unfinished work. There is no science grade because we have been working on social studies the first half of the quarter and will switch to science starting next week.
  4. Students did an excellent job getting homework turned in this week! Please make sure students are showing their own work and writing answers in complete sentences. If students need additional paper to show their thinking, please use it!
  5. Now is the time for students to begin practicing their two’s and three’s multiplication and division facts (through 10) at home nightly! Students can make their own flash cards, or you should be able to find some at the dollar store, Amazon, Walmart, etc. At the end of the month, students will be assessed on these facts.

September 3, 2021
  1. If your student has not brought in a pair of headphones, please send them in as soon as possible. We will need them this school year!
  2. Information about the school store fundraiser was sent home in your student’s take home folder earlier this week. Please see the packet for any questions.
  3. Due to COVID, music class has had to cancel the use of recorders. Students will be bringing them home in their bookbags today. Please make sure they take them out this weekend!
  4. Information about BOG scores and a virtual parent night discussing the scores will be held at 6:00pm on Microsoft Teams on Monday, September 27th. Please see the letter from Mrs. Bradshaw for more information.
  5. Picture day will be on Wednesday, September 15. Students WILL NOT have time to change clothes or shoes at school. Please dress your student accordingly.

August 27, 2021
  1. Next Friday, September 3, 2021 is a half day for students. Students will be dismissed at 11:30. There will not be a lunch time at school and there will be no afterschool so please plan accordingly.
  2. There is NO SCHOOL for students, on Monday, September 6, 2021.
  3. Please make sure your student is continuing to read at least 20 minutes every night at home. We checked reading logs today and several friends did not have this complete.
  4. Our “What are we learning?” page has been updated on our class website. Please check the newsletters under the math section for how to help support your student with what we are learning in math at home. Your student is also bringing home their two math quizzes from the beginning of Module 1 today. Please review any missed answers with them again, as we have already reviewed them in class.
  5. We will take our Mid-Module 1 test in math and our Asking and Answering Questions test in reading next Friday.

August 22, 2021
  1. We will begin using student’s reading logs this week! Students are expected to read at least 20 minutes a night at home each night. Students who have a parent sign their log each night during the week will earn a special “reading buddy” to read with on Fridays. We also add up student’s reading minutes and award the top two readers of the class with extra money at the end of each month.
  2. We will begin homework after Labor Day. Students will usually have one math and one reading sheet to complete, in addition to spelling practice and nightly reading. More information about spelling practice and homework will be coming soon.
  3. Students checked out library books from the library last Tuesday. Students may have books checked out for up to two weeks but will need to return their book before checking out another. Our library day is Tuesday for students who are ready to return their books.
  4. If your student’s afternoon transportation is different than how they usually go home, please make sure to send me an email, so I have it for our records.
  5. Third grade students will take the reading BOG this Wednesday, August 25th. Please make sure your student is on time to school.
  6. I will also be uploading a “parent newsletter” on our “what are we learning?” page on our class website under math each week. This is an overview of the concepts that we are covering in class and can be helpful for parents who would like to help students practice at home. I will leave the newsletters for each module on that page until we move to the next one.

August 13, 2021
  1. Our class has PE on Thursday’s and Friday’s this year. Please make sure your student wears tennis shoes on these days. Students DO NOT have time to change shoes during the school day.
  2. A letter was sent home on Thursday in student’s take home folders about the BOG (Beginning Of Grade) test that students will take on Wednesday, August 25. Please make sure that your student is on time this day and is well rested so they do their best.
  3. We will be starting content next week but will not be starting homework packets. Students will be expected to start reading twenty minutes a night and filling out their reading logs. Please make sure to check our class website for what we will be learning next week and for a fun fact about me!
  4. Please make sure your student is bringing a water bottle to school each day. We do not have an easy way for students to get water during instructional time and it is very disruptive if they do not have one.

August 10, 2021


  1. You do not have to send all of your student’s supplies in on the first day of school. You are welcome to send them in over the first couple of days of school, but please have all supplies in by Friday August 13th.
  2. Back to school packets will be coming home the first day of school. These are filled with very important school information and contact information for the front office. Please return this paperwork to school by Friday August 20th. The bright orange student information is for our classroom use and needs to be returned as soon as possible.
  3. If your student is planning to go to RMA’s afterschool program, please make sure they are signed up for it.
  4. There is no outside food or drink allowed to be brought to students at school at this time. Parents will also not be allowed to come to school for lunch with students at this time.
  5. Students need to have a water bottle for the classroom. The water fountains at school are turned off at this time. Students may only drink water in the classroom. We will refill water for students as needed, but we will not have extra water bottles for students each day.
  6. We will also not have a snack time this school year. Our lunch time is at 11:30 so please make sure your student eats a big and healthy breakfast.
  7. Our class wish list for this year can be found on the following Amazon link. All things will be shipped directly to the school https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/3DFMKQOO4BVME?ref_=wl_share