We are in the process of delivering the books that were ordered for summer reading. If you placed an order, look for the books to come home later this week or by the middle of next week. If your student is currently attending another school, those books are being sent through courier and should be handed out there. If you planned on picking up your books, they will be available by Tuesday, June 6th.
Congratulations to our Odyssey of the Mind team! They placed 2nd at the state competition at NCA&T in Greensboro this past weekend. They will move onto the Worlds Odyssey of the Mind competition at Michigan State University May 24 – May 27. Team members are: Liz Burton, Rebecca Koch, Madi Lojko, Kellen Lucchesi, Palmer Lucchesi, Emma Lueders and Connor Sule. Coached by parent Sassy Lojko.
Congratulations and good luck Raiders!
“Start With Hello” is a prevention program that teaches children and teens how to be more socially inclusive and connected to each other. Start With Hello asks students, educators, parents and other community leaders who interact with children to take steps in class, the lunchroom and/or other times in their day to be inclusive and connected. You can begin with 3 simple steps: See someone alone, reach out to help, and Start With Hello!
RMS Administrators and Counselors will be introducing the Start With Hello program to all Individuals and Societies classes this week and next. Students are encouraged to wear green in support of the program on Friday, March 17. In addition, on that day students will be encouraged to eat lunch with someone they do not normally interact with. For more information visit http://www.sandyhookpromise.org/bringstartwithhello
Attention all prospective Myers Park High School students, especially rising Freshmen, and Parents!
Please plan to attend the MPHS Annual Freshmen/New Student Night. on March 16th. School tours begin at 5pm and the program starts at 6pm in the auditorium.
You will hear from our school counselors, learn about our many programs including Honors, IB MYP/IB Diploma, AP, College & Career Promise, and STEM Academy, and have the opportunity to speak with faculty from our academic departments. Our counselors will also be available following the program to answer questions.
Please contact Allyson Davis with questions about the event.
Math Kangaroo is an International Math Problem Solving contest being hosted by Thinking Feet. Thinking Feet makes no profit from the event with all registration fees going to the Math Kangaroo organization.
Parents of students interested can register for the contest for $20 here. This a great opportunity for students to compete with math like-minded peers across the country and the world on Math Problem Solving. For questions, please contact Thinking Feet.
The OPERA-tunities Club meets occasionally to explore and enjoy the art form of opera. This group is rolling membership, and is open to all 6th-8th graders. On Saturday, January 7th, The Metropolitan Opera will stream live its performance of Verdi’s Nabucco. Through a grant with the Met, we have a limited number of FREE tickets for interested students to attend. The experience will be from 12:30-4:00 at Regal Stonecrest Theater in the South Charlotte area. Students will need to be dropped off and picked up at the theater. Ms. Lathan is the sponsor of this event. Please have your students see Ms. Lathan ASAP to get an information sheet and reserve a spot on the list!
Randolph was among the Jimmie Johnson Foundation Champions Grant winners this year! Congratulations and thank you to Robin Mitchell for writing the grant. Over $50,000 for new science tables, mobile science labs and microscope cabinets for our science department! Well done!