ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

DAY ‘0’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch:  Cooks Choice.

 

8th grade students are to turn in your locks to your homeroom teacher this morning.  Grades 5, 6, and 7th are to take your locks home and return with you in the fall.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, June 12, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch:  Cooks Choice.

 

Student Council members are invited to attend a year-end celebration in the Large Conference room by the Student Lounge at 2:00 today.  Please stop in the office after announcements to pick up your pass!

 

This morning after announcements, we will be celebrating the seniors who are graduating from GHS with a Senior Walk.  After reporting to your first block, you will be dismissed to the hallways, where seniors from the high school will walk through, beginning at about 8:15.  This is a special moment that our seniors have worked hard for. Please be respectful during this time.  You are welcome to clap and cheer for the seniors, but you should remain in your spot in the hall.  Congratulations to our seniors!

 

6th grade band students need to report to the music room during intervention today if they have an instrument that belongs to the school.   You will be returning your instruments for the summer.  If you do not have your instrument with you today, it must be returned tomorrow before you leave for vacation.

 

Who would you like to see eat bugs on the last student day of school?  Will it be Ms. McConnell, Ms. Fitzgerald, Mrs. McCorrison, or Mr. Koma?   Varieties include salted mixed bugs, Siracha crickets, chocolate coffee crickets, and sour cream and onion crickets!  To vote for who you would like to eat the bugs during the end-of-year assembly, make your donation during lunch this week.  The person with them most donations will eat the bugs!  All contributions will be donated to a local Christian Cupboard Food Bank.

 

8th grade students are to turn in your locks to your homeroom teacher tomorrow.  Grades 5, 6, and 7th are to take your locks home and return with you in the fall.

 

Congratulations to our JP Quote winners:  Gr. 5 Owen McCoy and Liam Brown, Gr. 6 Mackenzie Shady and Connor Mattson.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, June 9, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch:  Choice of Sandwich, Chips, Juice, Vegetables, and Milk.

 

The SRC is closed for today.

 

Student volunteers for the EVES field day are to be dismissed from class at 8:30 and are to report to the office.

 

There will be an end-of-year celebration for all Student Council members at 2:00 on Monday.  You will receive a pass on Monday morning to be dismissed to the Student Lounge at 2:00.  Come hungry!

 

Don’t forget the Survive the Hive Mud Run tomorrow.  Flyers are on the brown table outside the office

 

Tryouts for 8th graders interested in cheering for 9th grade are to report to the high school café at 3:00 – 5:00 on today.

 

Who would you like to see eat bugs on the last student day of school?  Will it be Ms. McConnell, Ms. Fitzgerald, Mrs. McCorrison, or Mr. Koma?   Varieties include salted mixed bugs, Siracha crickets, chocolate coffee crickets, and sour cream and onion crickets!  To vote for who you would like to eat the bugs during the end-of-year assembly, make your donation during lunch this week.  The person with them most donations will eat the bugs!  All contributions will be donated to a local Christian Cupboard Food Bank.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, June 8, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch:  Turkey Gravy over Bread, Beans, Fruit, and Milk.

 

Students in grades 7 and 8 – Make sure that you bring your Chromebook and charging cord to intervention class today – The Technology Team will be inspecting and collecting your Chromebook.

 

Any 8th grader interested in participating in varsity golf next year, sign-ups will be in the office all this week.  Please come to the office and give your name and phone number for Coach Paslowski to contact you.  This is a great opportunity to learn the game and play some free golf.

 

Tech Fun Day is June 9th.  Any student who would like to bring technology to school to use during lunch and intervention (teacher discretion) can do so for $1.00.  The funds will help provide incentive and prizes for assemblies and reward events!  NO CELL PHONES.  If there are no incidents reported with this privilege by the end of the day this Friday.  The same opportunity will be available on Monday.  In order for teacher/staff to know who has the privilege of having the technology, please report to the office lobby before AM homeroom on Friday to pay your buck and get a wrist band.  No wrist band, no technology!!!

 

Don’t forget the Survive the Hive Mud Run is this Saturday.  Flyers are on the brown table outside the office

 

Intramurals are today after school.

 

Tryouts for 8th graders interested in cheering for 9th grade are to report to the high school café at 3:00 – 5:00 on today and Friday.

 

Who would you like to see eat bugs on the last student day of school?  Will it be Ms. McConnell, Ms. Fitzgerald, Mrs. McCorrison, or Mr. Koma?   Varieties include salted mixed bugs, Siracha crickets, chocolate coffee crickets, and sour cream and onion crickets!  To vote for who you would like to eat the bugs during the end-of-year assembly, make your donation during lunch this week.  The person with them most donations will eat the bugs!  All contributions will be donated to a local Christian Cupboard Food Bank.

 

PTO will be drawing the box top winner for the basket tomorrow.  If you turned in box tops – Good Luck!!!

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch:  Pizza Casserole, Bread, Vegetables, Mandarin Oranges, and Milk.

 

The Nurse’s office will be closed today from 8:00 until 11:00 due to sports physicals.  Students are reminded to get their sports physical pass in homeroom.  Come to the Nurse’s office at the designated time with your completed packet and money.  If you signed up for the sports physical and no longer are going to get the physical at school today, please see the nurse to take your name off the list.

 

Students in grades 7 and 8 – Make sure that you bring your Chromebook and charging cord to intervention class tomorrow – The Technology Team will be inspecting and collecting your Chromebook on this day.

 

Any 8th grader interested in participating in varsity golf next year, sign-ups will be in the office all this week.  Please come to the office and give your name and phone number for Coach Paslowski to contact you.  This is a great opportunity to learn the game and play some free golf.

 

Coach Drushel will be here this morning to speak to any student in grades 6th, 7th and 8th who are interested in swimming for next school year.  Students are to report to the office lobby after announcements.

 

Tech Fun Day is June 9th.  Any student who would like to bring technology to school to use during lunch and intervention (teacher discretion) can do so for $1.00.  The funds will help provide incentive and prizes for assemblies and reward events!  NO CELL PHONES.  If there are no incidents reported with this privilege by the end of the day this Friday.  The same opportunity will be available on Monday.  In order for teacher/staff to know who has the privilege of having the technology, please report to the office lobby before AM homeroom on Friday to pay your buck and get a wrist band.  No wrist band, no technology!!!

 

Don’t forget the Survive the Hive Mud Run is this Saturday.  Flyers are on the brown table outside the office

 

Intramurals are tomorrow after school.

 

Tryouts for 8th graders interested in cheering for 9th grade are to report to the high school café at 3:00 – 5:00 on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday this week.

 

All RAMS Bell Choir members are to report to the high immediately after dismissal today.

 

If you lost your bike lock it’s in the office.

 

Who would you like to see eat bugs on the last student day of school?  Will it be Ms. McConnell, Ms. Fitzgerald, Mrs. McCorrison, or Mr. Koma?   Varieties include salted mixed bugs, Siracha crickets, chocolate coffee crickets, and sour cream and onion crickets!  To vote for who you would like to eat the bugs during the end-of-year assembly, make your donation during lunch this week.  The person with them most donations will eat the bugs!  All contributions will be donated to a local Christian Cupboard Food Bank.

 

Last chance this week to turn in boxtops for a chance at winning the basket from PTO.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch:  Choice of Sandwich, Chips, Fruit, Peas, and Milk.

 

Students in grades 7 and 8 – Make sure that you bring your Chromebook and charging cord to intervention class on Thursday, June 8th – The Technology Team will be inspecting and collecting your Chromebook on this day.

 

Any 8th grader interested in participating in varsity golf next year, sign-ups will be in the office all this week.  Please come to the office and give your name and phone number for Coach Paslowski to contact you.  This is a great opportunity to learn the game and play some free golf.

 

Tech Fun Day is June 9th.  Any student who would like to bring technology to school to use during lunch and intervention (teacher discretion) can do so for $1.00.  The funds will help provide incentive and prizes for assemblies and reward events!  NO CELL PHONES.  If there are no incidents reported with this privilege by the end of the day on this Friday the same opportunity will be available on Monday.  In order for teacher/staff to know who has the privilege of having the technology, please report to the office lobby before AM homeroom on Friday to pay your buck and get a wrist band.  No wrist band, no technology!!!

 

Any student interested in running Cross County this fall, current 6th, 7th and 8th graders there will be a brief meeting after announcements in the Student Lounge with Coach Clawson.

 

Don’t forget the Survive the Hive Mud Run is this Saturday.  Flyers are on the brown table outside the office

 

Intramurals are this Thursday after school.

 

Miss Kennedy will be meet with students in 6th, 7th, and 8th who are interested in Cheerleading during lunches today.

 

Students:  if you have signed up for a sports physical tomorrow you are reminded to bring your completed packet and money.  Passes will be given out tomorrow in homeroom with the time of your physical.  Please be on time.  If you signed up for a physical and no longer are going to get the physical at school – please see Mrs. McConnell in the office to take your name off the list.

 

Who would you like to see eat bugs on the last student day of school?  Will it be Ms. McConnell, Ms. Fitzgerald, Mrs. McCorrison, or Mr. Koma?   Varieties include salted mixed bugs, Siracha crickets, chocolate coffee crickets, and sour cream and onion crickets!  To vote for who you would like to eat the bugs during the end-of-year assembly, make your donation during lunch this week.  The person with them most donations will eat the bugs!  All contributions will be donated to a local Christian Cupboard Food Bank.

 

Last chance this week to turn in boxtops for a chance at winning the basket from PTO.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, June 5, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch:  Pulled Pork or Chicken Wrap, Tator Tots, Vegetables, Peaches, and Milk.

 

Student who received volunteer permission slips to help at EVES Field Day on June 9th are to return your slips to Mrs. McConnell in the office after announcements.

 

Attention 8th graders attending the Washington DC trip- There will be a mandatory meeting in the cafeteria today during intervention.

 

Tech Fun Day is June 9th.  Any student who would like to bring technology to school to use during lunch and intervention (teacher discretion) can do so for $1.00.  The funds will help provide incentive and prizes for assemblies and reward events!  NO CELL PHONES.  If there are no incidents reported with this privilege by the end of the day on this Friday the same opportunity will be available on Monday.  In order for teacher/staff to know who has the privilege of having the technology, please report to the office lobby before AM homeroom on Friday to pay your buck and get a wrist band.  No wrist band, no technology!!!

 

Don’t forget the Survive the Hive Mud Run is this Saturday.  Flyers are on the brown table outside the office

 

Intramurals are this Tuesday and Thursday after school.

 

Who would you like to see eat bugs on the last student day of school?  Will it be Ms. McConnell, Ms. Fitzgerald, Mrs. McCorrison, or Mr. Koma?   Varieties include salted mixed bugs, Siracha crickets, chocolate coffee crickets, and sour cream and onion crickets!  To vote for who you would like to eat the bugs during the end-of-year assembly, make your donation during lunch this week.  The person with them most donations will eat the bugs!  All contributions will be donated to a local charity yet to be determined.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, June 1, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch:  Nacho Bar:  Meat, Cheese, Fresh Vegetables, Pineapple, and Milk.

 

Students attending the Straight A field trip on Friday are to be dismissed from class at 8:45. We will return prior to dismissal.

 

Miss Ratkowski needs to see all Student Council members for a brief 5 minutes meeting following the announcements.

 

8th graders are to report to 1st block following homeroom.  First block, 8th grade core teachers will take attendance and then walk their class to GHS.  They are to be seated in the auditorium starting in the front, center sections and fill in going back.  Please stay with your class during all presentation times to help supervise. 

 

Any student going into 7th, 8th, or 9th grade who will be playing a sport next year may sign up in the office w/Mrs. McConnell for a physical.  Physicals are scheduled for Wednesday, June 7th, 8:00 until 11:00.  This is first come-first serve.  Make sure you also get a physical packet to complete and take with you on June 7th.  Physicals are $10.00.

 

8th grade chorus needs to report to the high school after school today for a mandatory rehearsal in the auditorium.  This is to prepare for the high school concert this Thursday.  Again, this is for 8th grade chorus only.

 

Attention students:  The kickball tournament sponsored by Student Council is scheduled to go on as planned tomorrow!   The tournament will begin promptly after school in the RAMS gym and will end no later than 4:45. Brackets for games will be posted by tomorrow morning.  If you are not playing, feel free to come, watch, and support your friends.  Snacks will be sold to benefit Student Council. 

 

There is Intramurals today after school.

 

ALL books are to be returned to the library by FRIDAY!!!

 

Wrestlers are to meet outside the office for a brief meeting w/Coach Johnson after tomorrow.  Please bring your chromebook with you.

 

Any student interested in gymnastics there are flyers from Lakettes and Lakers on the brown table outside of the office.

 

Girls Skills Camp flyers for grades 7th and 8th are on the brown tables as well.

 

RAMS Bell Choir-Mandatory rehearsal today after school. All ringers must attend. Rehearsal will end at 3:20pm. Please have your ride home pick you up at 3:20 PM.

 

Today is race day for the RAMS Cross Country Race.  Where:  Girard high school softball field area.

Time:  4:00 for 5th & 6th and 4:30 for 7th & 8th grades.  Distance is 1 mile for 5th & 6th and 1 ½ miles for 7th & 8th.  Come out and race or walk the course, it’s not too late to come and race the distance with your friends.

 

The following students are to report to the office:  Regina Sliker, Keynan Nye, Dylan Wisniewski,

Hunter Hawkins, MacKenzie Shady.

 

The following students are to report to the nurse:

 

JP Card winners:  


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Choice of Sandwich, Chips, Fresh Vegetables, Juice, and Milk.

 

Kickball rosters for the Student Council kickball tournament are due by the end of the today.  As of now, there are not enough teams signed up to make the tournament happen.  Many students have been talking about forming teams.  We will determine tomorrow if there are enough teams signed up to run the event.   Don’t wait – get your rosters turned in!!

 

Any student going into 7th, 8th, or 9th grade who will be playing a sport next year may sign up in the office w/Mrs. McConnell for a physical.  Physicals are scheduled for Wednesday, June 7th, 8:00 until 11:00.  This is first come-first serve.  Make sure you also get a physical packet to complete and take with you on June 7th.  Physicals are $10.00.

 

Don’t forget this Thursday is the RAMS Cross Country Race.  5th and 6th race 1 mile and 7th and 8th race 1 ½ miles.  Awards to the first 5 boys and girls in each grade.  Come and join us for the race and see how you do against your fellow classmates.

 

8th grade chorus needs to report to the high school after school today and tomorrow for mandatory rehersals in the auditorium.  This is to prepare for the high school concert this Thursday.  Again, this is for 8th grade chorus only.

 

There is Intramurals this Thursday after school.

 

ALL books are to be returned to the library by FRIDAY!!!

 

Wrestlers are to meet outside the office for a brief meeting w/Coach Johnson tomorrow..  Please bring your chromebook w/you.

 

Any student interested in gymnastics there are flyers from Lakettes and Lakers on the brown table outside of the office.

 

Girls Skills Camp flyers for grades 7th and 8th are on the brown tables as well.

 

RAMS Bell Choir-Mandatory rehearsal Thursday after school. All ringers must attend. Rehearsal will end at 3:20pm. Please have your ride home pick you up at 3:20 PM.

 

Congratulations to our Quote Winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Brendan Fiolek, Grace Schepers,

Gr. 6 Hannah Speranza, Amelia Heath.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Cooks Choice, Corn, Applesauce, and milk.

 

 

All 8th grade students are to report to the café during Intervention this morning with a charged Chromebook.  Due to low turnout on the last career survey, all 8th grade students are required to take the career survey again.

 

Kickball rosters for the Student Council kickball tournament are due tomorrow by the end of the day.  As of now, there are not enough teams signed up to make the tournament happen.  Many students have been talking about forming teams.  We will determine tomorrow if there are enough teams signed up to run the event.   Don’t wait – get your rosters turned in!!

 

Any 6th grade girls who will be in 7th grade next year and are interested in playing basketball this fall for the school may sign up in the office.

 

Any student going into 6th, 7th, or 8th grade who will be playing a sport next year may sign up in the office w/Mrs. McConnell for a physical.  Physicals are scheduled for Wednesday, June 7th, 8:00 until 11:00.  This is first come-first serve.  Make sure you also get a physical packet to complete and take with you on June 7th.  Physicals are $10.00.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Emma Bacon, Gr. 6 Carter Leicht,

Gr. 7 Jason Taylor and Gr. 8 Amber Carr.  Please find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with you and sign up in the office during your Intervention class.

 

Don’t forget this Thursday is the RAMS Cross Country Race.  5th and 6th race 1 mile and 7th and 8th race 1 ½ miles.  Awards to the first 5 boys and girls in each grade.  Come and join us for the race and see how you do against your fellow classmates.

 

ALL books are to be returned to the library by FRIDAY!!!


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, May 26, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: RAMS Pizza, Juice, Peas, and Milk.

 

Summer Reading Club students will be dismissed today at 1:00 to attend the celebration in the Student Lounge; therefore, there is no Grade 7 Intervention in the Student Lounge today.

 

Calling all students!  The RAMS Student Council is looking forward to hosting one more big event to celebrate the end of the school year!  On Friday, June 2, we are hosting a kickball tournament in the RAMS gym.  Grab your friends and make a kickball team.  The cost is $10 per team, 10 members per team, and all members of a team must be in the same grade.  Grades will be facing off during the June 2nd tournament to win the grand prize - playing against the teacher team in the last day of school assembly!  If you don’t play, hopefully you will come watch!  Sign up forms are in the office for interested teams and signups must be in by Wednesday May 31st.  

 

Any 6th grade girls who will be in 7th grade next year and are interested in playing basketball this fall for the school may sign up in the office.

 

Any student going into 6th, 7th, or 8th grade who will be playing a sport next year may sign up in the office w/Mrs. McConnell for a physical.  Physicals are scheduled for Wednesday, June 7th, 8:00 until 11:00.  This is first come-first serve.  Make sure you also get a physical packet to complete and take with you on June 7th.  Physicals are $10.00.

 

If you left your silver necklace in Mr. Clawson’s room – it’s in the office.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, May 25, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Turkey Gravy over Mashed Potatoes, Roll, Fruit, Carrots, and Milk.

 

8th grade chorus students are reminded that there is a chorus rehearsal after school today until 3:45 with

Mrs. Service in the HIGH SCHOOL chorus room.  Again, this is for 8th grade chorus only.

 

Calling all students!  The RAMS Student Council is looking forward to hosting one more big event to celebrate the end of the school year!  On Friday, June 2, we are hosting a kickball tournament in the RAMS gym.  Grab your friends and make a kickball team.  The cost is $10 per team, 10 members per team, and all members of a team must be in the same grade.  Grades will be facing off during the June 2nd tournament to win the grand prize - playing against the teacher team in the last day of school assembly!  If you don’t play, hopefully you will come watch!  Sign up forms are in the office for interested teams and signups must be in by Wednesday May 31st.  

 

The last Parent Lunch Day is tomorrow.  Please invite our parent/guardian to enjoy lunch with you.

 

There will be intramurals today after school from 2:50-3:50.

 

Any 6th grade girls who is interested in playing basketball this fall for the school may sign up in the office.

 

There is a lost book in the office titled Yellow Star.  If it’s yours come on down.

 

If you didn’t go to the Honors Reception last night you will receive your medallion in your homeroom tomorrow.

 

Any student going into 6th, 7th, or 8th grade who will be playing a sport next year may sign up in the office w/Mrs. McConnell for a physical.  Physicals are scheduled for Wednesday, June 7th, 8:00 until 11:00.  This is first come-first serve.  Make sure you also get a physical packet to complete and take with you on June 7th.  Physicals are $10.00.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch:.Oriental Chicken, Rice, Peas, Mandarin Oranges, and Milk.

 

A reminder for students who are attending the Honors Reception:  The reception is Wednesday night at 6:00 PM at St. John’s Parish Center.

 

Calling all students!  The RAMS Student Council is looking forward to hosting one more big event to celebrate the end of the school year!  On Friday, June 2, we are hosting a kickball tournament in the RAMS gym.  Grab your friends and make a kickball team.  The cost is $10 per team, 10 members per team, and all members of a team must be in the same grade.  Grades will be facing off during the June 2nd tournament to win the grand prize - playing against the teacher team in the last day of school assembly!  If you don’t play, hopefully you will come watch!  Sign up forms are in the office for interested teams and signups must be in by Wednesday May 31st.  

 

The last Parent Lunch Day is this Friday.  Please invite our parent/guardian to enjoy lunch with you.

 

There will be intramurals on Thursday after school from 2:50-3:50.

 

8th grade girls’ basketball players:  Coach Seneta will be speak with you tomorrow during your today.

 

Any student going into 6th, 7th, or 8th grade who will be playing a sport next year may sign up in the office w/Mrs. McConnell for a physical.  Physicals are scheduled for Wednesday, June 7th, 8:00 until 11:00.  This is first come-first serve.  Make sure you also get a physical packet to complete and take with you on June 7th.  Physicals are $10.00.

 

Congratulations to the 7th and 8th grade girls’ soccer team on their 1 – 0 victory over Iroquois.  Chyna Hicks scored and Desiree Agnello.  Chyna Hicks had the shutout in goal.

 

The following students are to report to the office:  Ryan Culver, Karmyndy Schnars, Olivia Seegert,

Brooke Brower, Rowan DeSantis, Quin Breter, Kadyn Talmadge, Riley Divins, Maddy Arnold, Abbey Zinz,

Bryonna Strain, Amber Carr, Bailey Carden, Tyler Smith, Brady Sager, Austin Kirkpatrick.

 

The following students are to report to the nurse:

 

JP Card winners:  Tyler Gilmore, Story Buchanan, Olivia Seegert, Caleb Snook, Kaeleigh Edwards,

Elanor West, Jeremy Lazar, Connor Bille, Levi Hill, Kateree Cordell, Emma Kimmy, Ryan Bille, Allie Cortina.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Ham and Cheese on a Pretzel Bun, Tator-Tots, Three Bean Salad, and Milk.

 

Coach Zona will be talking with 6th, 7th, and 8th grade football players at 2:15 in the café today.

 

There will be intramurals today and Thursday after school from 2:50-3:50.

 

8th grade girls’ basketball players:  Coach Seneta will be speak with you tomorrow during your lunch.

 

Congratulations to the 5th and 6th grade girls’ soccer team with a score of 1-0 with a goal by Ella and the shut out from Keagen Erion.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, May 22, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Choice of Wraps, Doritos, Fresh Vegetables, Fruit, and Milk.

 

Coach Zona will be talking with 6th, 7th, and 8th grade football players at 2:15 in the café tomorrow.

 

Marching Band:  There will be a practice tonight at 7 PM in the high school band room.  This will be the last practice before the parade next week.

 

Grade 5 and 7 had the least amount of discipline referrals for the month of April.  Next week these two grade levels will be allowed to bring their chromebooks to lunch.

 

Annual free RAMS Cross Country Race for 5th – 8th grade students will be held Thursday, June 1st at the high school softball fields at 4:00 pm.  Awards to the first 5 boys and girls in each grade level.  Sign-up sheets and flyers are located outside the office, Mr. Clawson’s room and in the SRC.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, May 19, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Pizza, Blueberries, Baked Bean, and Milk.

 

Students, the Honors Reception at St. John's is coming up on Wednesday May 24th.  If you have been invited to the event, we sincerely hope that you and your families will take the opportunity to come be recognized for your academic accomplishments this year.  You have worked hard - be proud.  If you are attending, you MUST return the RSVP slip to Mrs. McConnell in the office by Monday at the very latest.  This RSVP is very important -your name will only be called at the reception if your RSVP is turned in.  If you need an RSVP sheet, please see Mrs. McConnell.  Please join us for this special evening!

 

Grade 7 and grade 8 students will report to the cafe after attendance is taken in their interventions.  You will be listening to a presentation by Ms. Lawanda Sprague, our drug and alcohol counselor from Pyramid healthcare.  

 

7th and 8th grade students:  Please be sure to bring your chromebook to first block today.  There is a very brief survey on chromebook usage for you to complete.  This will help us make decisions moving forward and to maintain our1:1 initiative as well.

 

Grade 5 and 7 had the least amount of discipline referrals for the month of April.  Next week these two grade levels will be allowed to bring their chromebooks to lunch.

 

Annual free RAMS Cross Country Race for 5th – 8th grade students will be held Thursday, June 1st at the high school softball fields at 4:00 pm.  Awards to the first 5 boys and girls in each grade level.  Sign-up sheets and flyers are located outside the office, Mr. Clawson’s room and in the SRC.

 

Congrats to boys 5/6th soccer team on their 11-0 win vs west lake

 

Nate Edwards 3

Andy jones 2

Luke Wetzell 2

Keaton fiddler 1

Michael Valsechi 1

Drew Huntley 1

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, May 20, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken Nuggets, Fries, Breadstick, Peas, Mixed Fruit, Milk

 

8th grade students who received a Reflection paper are reminded to please complete and return to the office on Friday.

 

Marching band will be after school today. Old members, bring a new friend if they play an instrument.

 

Annual free RAMS Cross Country Race for 5th – 8th grade students will be held Thursday, June 1st at the high school softball fields at 4:00 pm.  Awards to the first 5 boys and girls in each grade level.  Sign-up sheets and flyers are located outside the office, Mr. Clawson’s room and in the SRC.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Grilled Cheese, Sun Chips, Carrots, Juice, and Milk.

 

8th grade students who received a Reflection paper are reminded to please complete and return to the office on Friday.

 

Marching band will be after school on Thursday. Old members, bring a new friend if they play an instrument.

 

Any 8th grade student who did not complete the career survey must report to the café during intervention today at 9:30 with a charged Chromebook, to complete the survey.  Your participation is mandatory. 

 

Survive the Hive Mud Run will be held on Saturday, June 10th @ EVES.  Flyers are on the brown table outside the office for anyone interested in running in this event.

 

Congrats to the 7th & 8th boys’ soccer team beat Harborcreek 4-3 last night. 3 Goals from Ethan Gimber and a goal from Ethan Fenell.

 

Congrats to boys 5/6th grade gold soccer team on 4-2 win vs Harborcreek:

 

Goals by

Andy jones 2

Mason artz 1

Zach Lowe 1

 

Assists

 

Nate Edwards

Mason artz

Andy jones

Luke Wetzell

 

Congrats to boys 5/6th red team on 4-3 win vs Harborcreek:

 

Goals by

 

Luke Wetzell

Caleb snook

Isaiah Schoonover 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Hot dog, pretzels, apples, vegetables, and milk.

 

8th grade students who received a Reflection paper are reminded to please complete and return to the office on Monday.

 

7th grade students attending Miss Ratkowski’s guidance presentation in the cafeteria today should bring their charged Chromebooks.

 

Survive the Hive Mud Run will be held on Saturday, June 10th @ EVES.  Flyers are on the brown table outside the office for anyone interested in running in this event.

 

Spirit Wear order forms deadline was last Friday.  No more orders can be accepted.

 

Congrats to boys 5/6th red soccer team on their 10-0 win against Seneca

 

Goals were

 

Luke Wetzell 3

Logan smith 2

Isaiah Schoonover 2

Keaton fiddler 1

Ben esper 1

Mason artz 1

 

Assists

 

Michael Valsechi 2

Nate Edwards 2

Jack klemm 1

Caleb snook 1

Keaton fiddler 1

Luke Wetzell 1

 

Congratulations to the 7th and 8th grade girls’ soccer team on their 4-0 win over North East last night. Goal scorers include Emma Kimmy, Chyna Hicks, Riley Divins, and Annie Zinz. Lauren Wagner, Emily Copus, and Natalie Ozimek had assists, and Chyna Hicks and Lauren Koma had the shutout in goal.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, May 15, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken Patty, potato cakes, lettuce, fruit, and milk.

 

8th grade students who received a Reflection paper are reminded to please complete and return to the office on Monday.

 

There will be a Student Council meeting at 7:30 AM tomorrow in the Student Lounge.  See you then.

 

7th grade students attending Miss Ratkowski’s guidance presentation in the cafeteria today or tomorrow should bring their charged Chromebooks.

 

Congrats to the 7th & 8th boys’ soccer team who defeated Iroquois 5-1. 4 Goals from Ethan Gimber and 1 from Ethan Fenell.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, May 11, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch:

 

Students attending the Honor Roll movie this afternoon should be dismissed at 12:30.  You do not need to bring anything to the meeting, as you will be dismissed to your locker and homeroom at 2:33.  Grades 5 and 6 are dismissed to the cafe and grades 7 and 8 are dismissed to the gym.  Remember, the movie is a privilege, not a requirement.  If you don't want to see the movie, please do not attend.  Once you arrive at the movie, you will not be dismissed until 2:33.  Let's have a great afternoon!

 

Miss Noon’s 6th and 7th grades are to report to the Student Lounge today.  You may bring your chromebooks.

 

There will be marching band practice on tonight at 6PM in the high school music room. We will be getting ready for the Memorial day Parade. Current members: bring a friend who may be interested in joining next year.

 

RAMS PTO Spirit Wear order forms are due by this Friday.

 

Gr. 6 Teachers please see that your Mentoring survey is completed during Intervention class today.

Gr. 5 thru 8 make sure your two JP surveys are completed by the end of the day tomorrow.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Oriental Chicken, Fortune cookies, rice, juice, peas, and milk.

 

Students, the list for High Honors and Honor Roll are posted in the cafeteria.  When you go to lunch today and you feel you qualify for one of these, please look at the lists.  If your name is not on the lists, and you feel you qualify, please see Mrs. McConnell in the office.

 

Students who receive an envelope from Lifetouch are reminded to either pay for your spring picture or return your picture immediately.

 

There will be drumline practice tonight in the high school music room at 6:15 PM

 

There will be marching band practice on Thursday at 6PM in the high school music room. We will be getting ready for the Memorial day Parade. Current members: bring a friend who may be interested in joining next year.

 

RAMS PTO Spirit Wear order forms are due by this Friday.

 

The Schoolhouse Rock cast party will be held today 3:00 – 5:00 at the high school pool.  Bring a bathing suit and a towel.

 

Good luck to the volleyball team.  Their game is home against Fairview.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, May 8, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Breakfast for lunch:  pancakes, hashbrown, sausage, celery, and milk.

 

This Thursday will be our celebration of student achievement with the third quarter honor roll movie.  Grades 5 and 6 will watch the movie “Sing” in the cafeteria, while grades 7 and 8 will watch “A Dog’s Purpose” in the gym.  Snacks will be served to all!  Please check the movie list in the cafeteria to be sure you are invited for this quarter.   Your teachers will have this list as well and if you are attending, you will be dismissed to the café or gym at 12:30.  Congratulations on your hard work!

 

Students, the list for High Honors and Honor Roll are posted in the cafeteria.  When you go to lunch today and you feel you qualify for one of these, please look at the lists.  If your name is not on the lists, and you feel you qualify, please see Mrs. McConnell in the office.

 

Students who receive an envelope from Lifetouch are reminded to either pay for your spring picture or return your picture tomorrow.

 

Attention all 5th, 6th ,7th and 8th grade boys interested in playing basketball over the summer.  There are summer basketball camp applications in the main office.   Stop down and pick up a form from the brown table.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Owen McCoy, Gr. 6 Xander Ray,

Gr. 7 Alivia Johnson and Gr. 8 Logan Mason.  Please find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with you and sign-up during your Intervention class today.

 

The following students are to report to the office after announcements:  Aaron Bechdel, Mya Brown,

Isaac Friel, Sabrina Robison, Owen McCoy, Sebastian Barker, Arianna Fennell.

 

Any student interested in wrestling for next school years in grades 6 thru 8 are to report to the office lobby after announcements.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, May 4, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Pork or chicken gravy over biscuit, mixed vegetables, apples, and milk.

 

Students, the list for High Honors and Honor Roll are posted in the cafeteria.  When you go to lunch today and you feel you qualify for one of these, please look at the lists.  If your name is not on the lists, and you feel you qualify, please see Mrs. McConnell in the office.

 

Students who receive an envelope from Lifetouch are reminded to either pay for your spring picture or return your picture tomorrow.

 

There will be a meeting with Miss Noon in the cafeteria tomorrow during tutorial for any 8th grade girl interested in playing high school soccer next year

 

Attention all 5th, 6th ,7th and 8th grade boys interested in playing basketball over the summer.  There are summer basketball camp applications in the main office.   Stop down and pick up a form from the brown table.

 

Semi-congratulations to the 7th and 8th grade girls soccer team who came back to tie Fairview last night 1-1. Goalie Chyna Hicks kept the game close long enough for Emily Copus to score in the final minute. Well done.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch:  Choice of Sub, chips, jello, fresh vegetables, and milk.

 

Miss Ratkowski needs to see all Student Council members for a quick five-minute meeting after announcements.  Grade 8 should not attend, due to PSSA testing this morning.

 

Students who receive an envelope from Lifetouch are reminded to either pay for your spring picture or return your picture tomorrow.

 

The Breakfast of Champions for all students receiving straight A’s third quarter will be held tomorrow immediately following homeroom.  You should receive your invitation today or tomorrow.

 

Mr. Stelter’s first block class should report to the SRC for first block today and Wednesday.  Ms. Fitzpatrick’s 7th grade Intervention class should report to room 3006 for today.

 

Attention all 5th, 6th ,7th and 8th grade boys interested in playing basketball over the summer.  There are summer basketball camp applications in the main office.   Stop down and pick up a form from the brown table.

 

Congratulations to the volleyball team on a victory over Harbor Creek last night. The girls won in 3 sets!  Also,

good luck tonight with your game at Fort LeBoeuf Middle School.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch:  Chicken Alfredo, roll, beans, pears, and milk.

 

Students who receive an envelope from Lifetouch are reminded to either pay for your spring picture or return your picture tomorrow.

 

The School House Rock car party will be held on May 9 from 3:00 until 5:00 at the GHS pool.  Bring a bathing suit and a towel.

 

The Breakfast of Champions for all students receiving straight A’s third quarter will be held this Thursday, May 4th, immediately following homeroom.  You should receive your invitation today or tomorrow.

 

The Honor Roll movie afternoon for students receiving Honor Roll on their third quarter report card will be held next Thursday, May 11th.  Grades 5 and 6 will be in the café.  Grades 7 and 8 will be held in the gym.  That list will be posted next week.

 

Congratulations to our outstanding students!!

 

Mr. Stelter’s first block class should report to the SRC for first block today and Wednesday.  Ms. Fitzpatrick’s 7th grade Intervention class should report to room 3006 for today and Wednesday.

 

Attention all 5th, 6th ,7th and 8th grade boys interested in playing basketball over the summer.  There are summer basketball camp applications in the main office.   Stop down and pick up a form from the brown table.

 

Good luck to the RAMS volleyball team.  Their game is home against Harbor Creek.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, May 1, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Cheeseburger, goldfish, fresh vegetables, fruit, and milk.

 

The School House Rock car party will be held on May 9 from 3:00 until 5:00 at the GHS pool.  Bring a bathing suit and a towel.

 

The Breakfast of Champions for all students receiving straight A’s third quarter will be held this Thursday, May 4th, immediately following homeroom.  You should receive your invitation today or tomorrow.

 

The Honor Roll movie afternoon for students receiving Honor Roll on their third quarter report card will be held next Thursday, May 11th.  Grades 5 and 6 will be in the café.  Grades 7 and 8 will be held in the gym.  That list will be posted next week.

 

Congratulations to our outstanding students!!

 

On Friday, April 28th, 38 seventh and eighth graders attended the English Festival at Youngstown State University and several came home with prizes.

 

Any student who would like to design this years’ Honors Reception program may submit your drawing to the office by May 1st.  Please put your drawing on an 8 ½ by 11 white paper.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, April 28, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Pizza, carrots, oranges, and milk.

 

The library will be closed until 10:00 this morning due to PSSA makeups.

Any 8th grade student who will be using a graphing calculator for PSSA makeup should bring it with them.  All other students will be provided a calculator during makeups.

 

Students:  There are two flyers that you need to take home today, Waldameer and RAMS Spirit Wear.

 

Any student who would like to design this years’ Honors Reception program may submit your drawing to the office by May 1st.  Please put your drawing on an 8 ½ by 11 white paper.

 

Congratulations to the 7-8 grade girls’ soccer team on their 2-1 win over JS Wilson last night. Emily Copus scored twice, and Chyna Hicks saved a penalty kick to preserve the win.

 

Congratulations to the volleyball team on a victory over General McLane last night. The girls won in 3 sets

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, April 24, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken patty on bun, sweet potato fries, green beans, craisins, and milk.

 

Students, please note that there were some errors in third quarter report cards.  We apologize for the errors this year due to the change in the grading scale and some changes in Unified Arts grading.  Unified Arts classes were not graded first quarter.  However, they were graded second and third quarter and will also be graded fourth quarter.  All grades on your report card, both core classes and unified arts, count toward Honor Roll and High Honor Roll status.  Unfortunately, Unified Arts classes were not read by the system when Honor Roll and High Honor Roll were printed out.  Again, your grades are correct.  We will be reprinting report cards for any student who had an error in their Honor Roll or High Honor Roll status on their report card.  Thank you for being patient with us.

 

The Nurse’s office is closed at 8:30 until 10:30 today.

 

Congrats to boys’ 5th and 6th th grade Red soccer team on their 5-0 win versus Seneca on Friday.

 

Congratulations to the 7th and 8th boys’ 7&8 soccer team.  They defeated Harborcreek 5-2 Friday. Two goals came from Gabe Hansen, and one goal each from James Reinwald, Cullen Welcheck, and Ethan Gimber.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, April 21, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Feistada, baked beans, bananas, and milk.

 

Congratulations to the girls 7-8 grade soccer team on their 5-1 win over Seneca last night. Emily Copus had a hat trick, and Bailey Carden and Ellie Lockett also scored.

 

Congratulations to volleyball teams on their victories over Seneca last night. The girls won in 2 and 3 sets.

 

Good luck to the volleyball team this weekend:  7th grade tournament is Friday and 8th grade is Saturday at General McLane.

 

Congratulations to Isaac Friel and Sabrina Robison who are the PTO Newletter winners for Student Lounge time.  Stop by the office during your Intervention class to sign up.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, April 20, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken nuggets, mashed potato and gravy, roll, lettuce, apples, and milk.

 

Attention all RAMS students! We have almost met our goal of collecting 150 packages of Ramen Noodles to donate to the Christian Cupboard! We are at 132 packages! Only 18 more to go! We are taking our donations next Thursday! Don’t forget, there is a mystery prize to win! Thanks for your help! Donations can be brought to Mrs. Barr’s room, room 2009.

 

The SRC is closed from 11:00 until 12:30 for Grade 6 Mentoring.

 

Congrats to the boys 5/6th Gold team on 2-0 win vs GM

 

Caleb Snook assist

Mason Artz goal

 

Drew Huntley assist

Michael Valsechi goal

 

Congrats to the boys 5/6th Red team on a 3-0 win vs General McLane

 

Sebastian Allphine assist

Nate Edwards goal

 

Caleb Snook assist

Ben Esper assist

Luke Wetzel 2 goals

 

Congratulations to the 7-8 girls’ soccer team on their 2-1 win over Fort LeBouef yesterday. Emily Copus scored twice, with assists from Bailey Carden and Amber Carr.

 

Good luck to the volleyball team.  Their game is home against Seneca.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Choice of sub, soup, bean salad, mixed fruit, and milk.

 

Congratulations to the volleyball teams on their victories over Iroquois last night. Both teams won in two sets.  

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken Parmesan, bread, broccoli, pears, and milk.

 

There will be practice for anyone interested in being in the drum line for next year’s marching band tonight at 6PM in the high school music room. If you have experience playing drums and will be in 7th grade or above next school year you should attend this practice.

 

Congrats to boys 5/6th grade soccer team on their 2-2 draw with JS Wilson.  Andy Jones 2.

 

Good luck to the volleyball teams.  Their game is against Iroquois.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Kaylee Machinski, Gr. 6 Ryder Anderson,

Gr. 7 Jalynne Martin, Gr. 8 Dakota Rodgers.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge w/you and sign-up in the office during your Intervention class today.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Walking tacos, lettuce and tomato, corn, fruit, and milk.

 

Attention School House Rock cast:  Your cast party is set for May 9 at the GHS pool from 3 to 5.  More information to come.

 

The SRC will be closed this week for grade 6 and 8 interventions, due to PSSA makeups.

 

There will be visual checks done by the homeroom teacher and all staff members on a daily basis.  Any student not following Dress Code will be held accountable according to the discipline matrix.

 

Here are the two big offenses when the weather starts to warm up:

 

  • Halter-tops (shoulders/bra straps should not be exposed), mesh shirts, tops with slits, tank tops, spaghetti straps, sleeveless T-shirts, and other types of suggestive clothing will not be permitted.

 

  • For all shorts, skirts, and torn/ripped pants – skin can’t be visible above a student’s longest finger-tip of their hand.  A student’s shorts or skirts should not be above the tip of a student’s longest finger-tip when their arms are relaxed at their sides.

 

Congrats to the 7th & 8th girls’ soccer team on their 3-1 win against Ft. LeBoeuf.  Goal scores include – Emily Copus, Paige Moore, and Bailey Carden.

 

Congrats to the 7th &th 8 grade boys’ soccer for their win last night against North East 11-1. Goals- Ethan Fenell-3, Ethan Gimber-4, Ryan Snyder-1, Gabe Hansen-1, Cullen Welcheck-1, Gavin Herman-1.

 

Good luck to the volleyball team.  Their game is home against Northwestern.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, April 10, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Breakfast for lunch, carrots, applesauce, and milk.

 

The SRC will be closed this week for grade 6 and 8 interventions, due to PSSA makeups.


PM ANNOUNCEMENTS - FRIDAY, 4/7/17

 

Monday is a Day ‘B’.

 

There will be a mandatory English Festival meeting in Mrs. Lewis’s room on Monday, April 10th at 7:30.

 

Last call for Flashlight Tag tonight for students in grades 6th, 7th, and 8th.  Fliers are on the brown table outside the office.

 

Students who are interested in working as a junior volunteer aide at Pleasant Ridge Manor this summer should take a brochure from the table outside of the office.  In order to participate, you must be at least 13 years old have and have “C’s” or better in all of your classes.  This is an excellent opportunity to explore a career path and give back to the community as well!

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken Alfredo, bread, salad, apples, and milk.

 

The following students are to report to the office after announcements:  

 


 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

PM ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tomorrow is a Day ‘C’.

 

There will be a short meeting for everyone in this year’s marching band tomorrow at 7:30AM in the music room.

 

There will be a practice for anyone interested in being in next year’s drum line on Tuesday evening at 6PM in the High School Music Room

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday for students in grades 6th, 7th, and 8th.  Fliers are on the brown table outside the office.

 

Students:  There are no intramurals this week.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 2017, DAY 'A'

PM ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tomorrow is a Day ‘B’.

 

Congrats to boys 5/6th grade Gold soccer team on their 3-2 win vs Fairview yesterday.  Andy Jones 2 goals Keaton "Cheetos" Fiddler 1 goal.

 

Congrats to boys 5/6th grade Red soccer team on their draw with Fairview 0-0.

 

·         Students need to return their overdue library books ASAP.  The last day of the quarter is Wednesday! Please return all books to Mrs. Lossie in the SRC.

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday for students in grades 6th, 7th, and 8th.  Fliers are on the brown table outside the office.

 

Students:  There are no intramurals this week.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, April 3, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Choice of sandwich, sun chips, fresh vegetables, fruit, and milk.

 

To all RAMS students!  The next donation for the Christian Cupboard starts now!  We are collecting packages of Ramen Noodles to be donated on April 27! Please bring all donations to room 2009, that’s Mrs. Barr’s room, and earn a chance at student lounge time, plus a mystery prize from Mrs. Barr!

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, March 31, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Pizza, vegetables, fruit, and milk.

 

This is a reminder that homeroom is extended by five minutes this morning in order to allow for the completion of PSSA attendance and seating charts. Attendance should be recorded on your PSSA roster and brought to the office by a student, along with your seating chart.   Please ignore the 8:00 bell.  You will transition at 8:05. 

 

Your RAMS Jacket Pride team is pleased to announce and provide you with a “ROCK THE PSSA” concert this coming Monday, April 3, 2017.  We will run a PM assembly schedule and will enjoy the concert in the GHS auditorium Monday afternoon! 

 

Faculty and students are encouraged to dress in rock style for the concert, but make sure that clothing is appropriate please.

 

To all RAMS students!  The next donation for the Christian Cupboard starts now!  We are collecting packages of Ramen Noodles to be donated on April 27! Please bring all donations to room 2009, that’s Mrs. Barr’s room, and earn a chance at student lounge time, plus a mystery prize from Mrs. Barr!

 

Congratulations to Grade 5 who had the least amount of discipline referrals for the last two weeks – only 5!

 

All 5th graders will report to the cafeteria today at 12:40 for the movie.

 

Congratulations to the volleyball teams on their victories over Harbor creek last night. Both teams won in 2 sets!


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, March 30, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, roll, lettuce, apples, and milk.

 

There are intramurals today, 3:00 until 4:00.

 

Parent Lunch Day is tomorrow so invite your parent/guardian to have lunch with you.

 

Grade 6 Mentoring Students are to report to the SRC @ 11:00 today.  The SRC is closed @ 11:00 until 12:30.

 

Your RAMS Jacket Pride team is pleased to announce and provide you with a “ROCK THE PSSA” concert this coming Monday, April 3, 2017.  We will run a PM assembly schedule and will enjoy the concert in the GHS auditorium Monday afternoon! 

 

Faculty and students are encouraged to dress in rock style for the concert, but make sure that clothing is appropriate please.

 

Mr. Beachly, Sean Mitcho, and his family will be leaving today for Harrisburg.  Please wish Sean safe travels and “Good luck” in the State Bee competition on Friday. 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Lasagna, roll, fresh vegetables, juice, and milk.

 

There are intramurals Thursday, 3:00 until 4:00.

 

Your RAMS Jacket Pride team is pleased to announce and provide you with a “ROCK THE PSSA” concert this coming Monday, April 3, 2017.  We will run a PM assembly schedule and will enjoy the concert in the GHS auditorium Monday afternoon! 

 

Faculty and students are encouraged to dress in rock style for the concert, but make sure that clothing is appropriate please.

 

Congratulations to the volleyball team on a victory over General McLane last night.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Oriental Chicken, rice, crackers, peas, fruit, and milk.

 

There are intramurals today and Thursday, 3:00 until 4:00.

 

Congratulations to are JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Sebastian Allphin, Gr. 6 Kacie Dunn,

Gr. 7 Jennifer Oquendo, Gr. 8 Victor Torres.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with you and sign-up in the office today during your Intervention class.

 

Good luck to the RAMS baseball team.  Their game is away against Maplewood.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, March 27, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Turkey sub, tots, coleslaw, applesauce, ices, and milk.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, March 24, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Feistada, bananas, baked beans, and milk.

 

Students who are visiting the Student Lounge during Intervention are to leave when the bell rings at the end of Intervention.

 

Nathan Edwards is the winner for student lounge time from Mrs. Barr’s room from the donations of Jell-O and Pudding! Please find a friend and sign up for student lounge time! We will announce next month’s donation next week!

 

Mrs. Bashline’s Intervention class is to report to the SRC for today.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, March 23, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, roll, lettuce, apples, and milk.

 

There are intra-murals today, 3:00 – 4:00.

 

Grade 6 Mentoring students are to pick up your pass in the office.

 

The SRC is closed today from 11:00 – 12:30.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Grilled Cheese or PBJ sandwich, sun chips, peas, fruit cocktail, and milk.

 

There will be intra-murals this Thursday, 3:00 – 4:00.

 

Boys 5th/6th grade soccer practice is cancelled for today.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Nacho Bar:  meat and cheese, graham crackers, refried beans, mandarin oranges, and milk.

 

All Jr. District Band participants will be practicing during their intervention period tomorrow (Wednesday). Please check with your intervention teacher today so they know that you will be attending this practice tomorrow.

 

Congratulations to Abe Keep who qualified for the state wrestling meet this weekend. Abe was the area 8 champion and will compete for the State title in the upcoming weekend.  Good Luck Abe!!!

 

There will be intra-murals this today and Thursday, 3:00 – 4:00.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, March 20, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken Patty on bun, sweet potatoes, lettuce, peaches, and milk.

 

8th graders who participated in the Washington DC fundraiser must pick up their items today after school in RAMS café. They’ll be available until 5:00 pm.

 

Grade 5 had only six discipline referrals at the elementary level and grade 8 least amount of referrals at the secondary level with 16 for the month of February.  These two grade levels will be allowed to bring their chromebooks to lunch next week/all week. Congrats!

 

As for this month all grade levels need to get back on track.  March and April have historically been the two months when discipline referrals are at their height.  Let’s get back to making positive choices, being respectful to peers and staff, completing assignments and removing yourself from bad situations.

 

·         Let’s finish out this month strong! Starting today whatever grade level has the least amount of grade level referrals will get a movie Friday from RAMS administration on March 31st! Grade level winner will be announced that day! Teachers please make note of this because you will not know either until the 31st.

 

Good luck and I am looking forward to see who the top grade level will be!

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Katelyn Ahlbrandt, Gr. 6 Starr Bacher,

Gr. 7 Cody Sterrett, Gr. 8 Chris Chaplin.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with you and sign-up in the office.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, March 17, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Pizza Burgers, carrots, oranges, and milk.

 

To all RAMS students – we are only 11 boxes away from our goal for collecting Jell-O and pudding for the Christian Cupboard! We only have one week to go before we turn in our donations! Please help us to reach our goal of 150 boxes by next Thursday, March 23! Please bring your donations to Mrs. Barr’s room (2009) and earn a chance at student lounge time!

 

Grade 8 students will attend a cyber safety presentation in the cafeteria during intervention today.  Report to your intervention for attendance and then to the café for the presentation.

 

The musical “Once Upon a Mattress”, the true story of the Princess and the Pea is Friday and Saturday @ 7:00 PM, admission is $4 - $6.

 

Sign-ups for Girard Junior Girls Softball is Saturday, 1:00 until 4:00 – RAMS Gym Lobby.

 

On Monday Lifetouch will be here for Spring Club/Sport pictures.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, March 16, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken gravy, mashed potatoes, biscuit, lettuce, apples, and milk.

 

To all RAMS students – we are only 11 boxes away from our goal for collecting Jell-O and pudding for the Christian Cupboard! We only have one week to go before we turn in our donations! Please help us to reach our goal of 150 boxes by next Thursday, March 23! Please bring your donations to Mrs. Barr’s room (2009) and earn a chance at student lounge time!

 

Grade 8 students will attend a cyber safety presentation in the cafeteria during intervention on Friday.  Report to your intervention for attendance and then to the café for the presentation.

 

The musical “Once Upon a Mattress, the true story of the Princess and the Pea is this Thursday, Friday and Saturday @ 7:00 PM, admission is $4 - $6.

 

On Monday Lifetouch will be here for Spring Club/Sport pictures.

 

Grade 6 Mentoring students will be dismissed at 10:15 to travel to PSB.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Soup and sandwich, bean salad, bread, mixed fruit, and milk.

 

There are Girard Junior Girls Softball flyers on the brown table outside the office sign-ups are this Saturday, 1:00 until 4:00 at the RAMS gym lobby.

 

The musical “Once Upon a Mattress, the true story of the Princess and the Pea is this Thursday, Friday and Saturday @ 7:00 PM, admission is $4 - $6.

 

There is 7th & 8th Boys’ soccer practice after school today behind the high school.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken Parmesan, bread, broccoli, pears, and milk.

 

The only practice this week is today at 3:23 Athletics, all other practices have been cancelled for boys 5/6th outdoor soccer team.

 

There are Girard Junior Girls Softball flyers on the brown table outside the office sign-ups are this Saturday, 1:00 until 4:00 at the RAMS gym lobby.

 

The musical “Once Upon a Mattress, the true story of the Princess and the Pea is this Thursday, Friday and Saturday @ 7:00 PM, admission is $4 - $6.

 

The following students are to report to the office after announcements:  Jacob LaRiccia, Trinitie Harvey,

Logan Yuhas, Christian Schneiber, Cam’rin Lazar.

 

Grade 6 Mentoring students are reminded to turn in your permission slip for the field trip on March 16th.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, March 13, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Pretzel bun, popcorn, applesauce, celery, and milk.

 

The RAMS Drama Club gives a huge shout out to 6th grader Nathan Christman who will be starring as James in James and the Giant Peach this May at the Erie Playhouse!  Congratulations Nathan!!!

 

The only practice this week is Tuesday at 3:23 Athletics, all other practices have been cancelled for boys 5/6th outdoor soccer team.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Hudson Beam, Gr. 6 Abi Hepinger,

Gr. 7 Collin Blake, Gr. 8 Halle Johnson.  Please find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with you and sign up in the office.

 

Congratulations to our Quote winners:  Gr. 5 Sophia Gillingham and Brendan Fiolek.  Gr. 6 MacKenzie Shady and Dylan Culver.  Please report to the office to receive your prize.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, March 10, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch:  Max sticks, sports and bites, carrots, juice, and milk.

 

Mrs. Cordier’s classes are cancelled for today.

 

Miss Ratkowski needs to see all Student Council members for a brief 5 minute meeting, following announcements.

 

Students attending the dance are reminded that it runs from 2:45-4:30 after school.  All school expectations apply at the school dance.  Cell phone use and horseplay will not be tolerated.  Students attending are to be dismissed with “all other students” and bookbags and coats are to be left in the Grade 7 common area at the top of the steps near the gym.  Your Student Council hopes to see you there!

 

Students:  you will be receiving your spring picture today.  If your parent does not want to purchase your picture you are to return the package to your homeroom teacher.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Combo subs, cracker goldfish, beans, mixed fruit, and milk.

 

Mrs. Cordier’s classes are cancelled for today.

 

Attention 5th graders:  In Language Arts tomorrow, you will be conferencing, and you may receive some constructive criticism.  Be a good sport, and wear your favorite team jersey or shirt.

 

Attention all students:  This Friday, March 10th, Student Council will be sponsoring a St. Patrick’s Day dance from 2:50-4:30 in the cafe.  All students, grades 5-8 are invited to attend.  The cost is $3 at the door.  Snacks and drinks will also be sold.  Dress like a leprechaun or wear the most green for a chance to win a prize.  Hope to see you there!!

 

There are no Intramurals this week.

 

Students age 13 and up who are interested in serving as an umpire for FLAG Little League games can take a flyer from the brown table outside the office for more information.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Walking tacos, lettuce and tomato, corn, fruit, and milk.

 

Attention all students:  This Friday, March 10th, Student Council will be sponsoring a St. Patrick’s Day dance from 2:50-4:30 in the cafe.  All students, grades 5-8 are invited to attend.  The cost is $3 at the door.  Snacks and drinks will also be sold.  Dress like a leprechaun or wear the most green for a chance to win a prize.  Hope to see you there!!

 

Attention 5th graders!  In Language Arts tomorrow, you will be editing your narratives.  Dress like a teacher and bring a red pen.

 

There are no Intramurals this week.

 

Try outs for 7th and 8th grade volleyball will be held today in the Eves gym at 3:30.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, March 6, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Breakfast for lunch, carrots, applesauce, and milk.

 

Attention 5th graders:  In language arts you will continue the writing process which can get a little messy.  Show your messy side by wearing mismatched socks to school tomorrow!!

 

There are flyers on the brown table for any student interested in the Pennsylvania State Police Camp Cadet.

 

Sign-ups for Girard Junior Girls Softball are tomorrow, 1:00 – 4:00 @ RAMS gym lobby.

 

Try outs for 7th and 8th grade volleyball will be held today and tomorrow in the Eves gym at 3:30.

 

Congratulations to our Quote Winners:  Gr. 5 Ben Esper and Lily Polk, Gr. 6 Sabrina Robison and

Peyton Kalicky.  Come on down to receive your prize.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, March 2, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, roll, apples, beans, and milk.

 

The boys’ restroom outside the cafeteria and gym areas will be closed daily from 11:00 – 11:45 until further notice. If you ever see someone causing problems in the restrooms, please contact the office.

 

Students who visit the Student Lounge during Intervention class are not permitted to use the gaming systems.

 

There are flyers on the brown table for any student interested in the Pennsylvania State Police Camp Cadet.

 

RAMS Wrestlers are reminded to turn in all your equipment today after school.

 

Any girls’ interested in 7th & 8th soccer there will be an open gym tonight 6:00 until 7:30 at the high school gym.

 

Attention RAMS students! Mrs. Barr’s class has collected 56 boxes of Jell-O and pudding so far!  Keep up the good work! We are almost halfway to our goal! Remember, for each box of Jell-O and pudding you bring, the more chances you get at winning student lounge time! Please bring donations to room 2009!

 

Sign-ups for Girard Junior Girls Softball is this Saturday, 1:00 – 4:00 @ RAMS gym lobby.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Sloppy Joes, potatoes, baked beans, fruit, and milk.

 

The boys’ restroom outside the cafeteria and gym areas will be closed daily from 11:00 – 11:45 until further notice. If you ever see someone causing problems in the restrooms, please contact the office.

 

There are flyers on the brown table for any student interested in the Pennsylvania State Police Camp Cadet.

 

Congratulations to the 5th grade boys’ b.b. team.  They took 1st place at the St. George tournament this past week.  Nice trophy on display in the office.  Great job guys!!!

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Pulled pork sandwich, potatoes, peas, fruit, and milk.

 

Congratulations to RAMS students who received Honor Roll or High Honor Roll during the second quarter.  To reward you for your hard work, you are invited to the second quarter Honor Roll movie afternoon in the café this Friday.  We will be showing “Pete’s Dragon”, and snacks will be served.  More details are coming, but you will be dismissed to the café at 12:30 on Friday.  Honor Roll and High Honor Roll lists and movie posters will be posted across from the café and in each grade level hallway.  If you received Honor Roll, please be sure your name is on the list!

 

The boys’ bathroom outside the cafeteria and gym areas will be closed until further notice due to the vandalism of the ceiling tiles and soap being dispensed onto the floor.  Those who have information, please share with Mr. Ashton as soon as possible so the bathroom can be reopened.

 

For any girls interested in playing 7th & 8th grade soccer there will be an open gym from 6:00 until 7:30 today at the high school.

 

8th and 7th graders using the south stairwell.  Pencils and pens should not be tossed onto the window ledge in that stairwell.  Please respect and help out when it comes to keeping our building clean. 

 

There are flyers on the brown table for any student interested in the Pennsylvania State Police Camp Cadet.

 

There is a volleyball open gym for 7th grade today at EVES beginning at 4 pm. 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, February 27, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Meatball sub, sweet potato tots, coleslaw, applesauce, icees, and milk.

 

Attention Student Council members, there will be a meeting tomorrow before homeroom at 7:30 in the Student Lounge.

 

Congratulations to RAMS students who received Honor Roll or High Honor Roll during the second quarter.  To reward you for your hard work, you are invited to the second quarter Honor Roll movie afternoon in the café this Friday.  We will be showing “Pete’s Dragon”, and snacks will be served.  More details are coming, but you will be dismissed to the café at 12:30 on Friday.  Honor Roll and High Honor Roll lists and movie posters will be posted across from the café and in each grade level hallway.  If you received Honor Roll, please be sure your name is on the list!

 

There is open gym for 8th grade volleyball at 4:00 at EVES gym.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Katelyn Anderson, Gr. 6 Branon Shaw,

Gr. 7 Austin Shady, Gr. 8 Abby Zinz.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with you and sign-up today during your Intervention class.

 

Coach Getz will be visiting 7th & 8th lunch today regarding baseball.

 

Congrats to the boys 5/6th & 7/8th soccer teams on their 3rd place finishes in the Iroquois tournament this weekend.

Congrats to girls 7/8th soccer team on 10-2 win vs Ft Lebouf Sunday.
Goals were Emily copus 6, Bailey carden 3, Ellie Lockett 1.

Congrats boys 7/8th soccer team on their 9-7 win vs Erie Day school Boys.
Goals were Ethan Gimber 4, Cullen Welcheck 2, Christian Jeffries 1, Alex Ditullio 1 and Preston Brown 1.

Congrats to boys 5/6th soccer team on 8-1 win Sunday vs Iroquois.
Goals were Zach Lowe 3, kaden artz 2, mason artz 1, Aiden Carden 1, Isaiah Schoonover 1.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, February 24, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Fiestada, bananas, baked beans, and milk.

 

Speech classes are cancelled for today.

 

Students, you are not to put your cleats on until you are outside of the building.

 

Mini league is scheduled for this Saturday but the end of year pizza/pool party is postponed to the following Saturday, March 4th from 11 to 1. 

 

Any 8th grade students who did not attend the scheduling meeting this past Tuesday are to report to their INTERVENTION class on Friday for attendance purposes, but then to the cafeteria to meet with GHS staff regarding scheduling.  Bring something to write with.

 

Flashlight Tag for 7th & 8th Grade is tonight.  Flyers are on the brown table outside of the office.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, February 23, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken nuggets with fries, breadstick, applesauce, carrots and celery, milk.

 

All students attending the quarter 2 Breakfast of Champions are to report to the cafeteria after announcements.  Congratulations on a job well done!!

 

Students who have Chorus today are to bring study materials with you.

 

Tomorrow is Parent Lunch Day.  Invite your parent/guardian to have lunch with you.

 

Attention all students! Please donate to help the Christian Cupboard! Mrs. Barr’s room (Room 2009) is accepting donations of boxes of pudding and Jell-O from now until March 22! Each box of pudding or Jell-O donated will earn you a chance to win time in the student lounge! Posters are hanging up around the building. Please take all donations to room 2009 and sign up for you chance at student lounge time! Our goal is to collect 150 boxes!

 

Any 8th grade students who did not attend the scheduling meeting this past Tuesday are to report to their INTERVENTION class on Friday for attendance purposes, but then to the cafeteria to meet with GHS staff regarding scheduling.  Bring something to write with.

 

If you attended the scheduling meeting on Tuesday, please turn in your scheduling sheet to your homeroom teacher or the office directly.

 

Marching Band: There are 20 days left until we leave for Disney! Our next practice will be on Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:30. We will be practicing as well as talking about the itinerary for the trip. Everyone should plan on being there.

 

There are Intermural this today from 3:00 – 4:00 with Miss Noon and Mr. McNally.

 

Flashlight Tag for 7th & 8th Grade is this Friday.  Flyers are on the brown table outside of the office.

 

Grade 6 Mentoring students are to report to the office to pick up your pass.

 

The SRC is closed from 10:55 until 12:20 today.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Grilled cheese or PBJ sandwich, sun chips, peas, fruit cocktail, and milk.

 

The Nurse’s Office will be closed today from 8-11:40 due to 6th grade Physical examinations.

 

The Breakfast of Champions is this Thursday, immediately after homeroom.  Invitations have been distributed.  Please see Miss Ratkowski if you have questions.  Thank you to our sponsor McDonalds!

 

Any 8th grade student who won a gift card at last night’s meeting, please report to the office.

 

This Friday is Parent Lunch Day.  Invite your parent/guardian to have lunch with you.

 

This Thursday is RAMS Spring Picture Day.  If you need a form they are on the brown table outside the office.

 

Attention all students! Please donate to help the Christian Cupboard! Mrs. Barr’s room (Room 2009) is accepting donations of boxes of pudding and Jell-O from now until March 22! Each box of pudding or Jell-O donated will earn you a chance to win time in the student lounge! Posters are hanging up around the building. Please take all donations to room 2009 and sign up for you chance at student lounge time! Our goal is to collect 150 boxes!

 

Marching Band: There are 20 days left until we leave for Disney! Our next practice will be on Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:30. We will be practicing as well as talking about the itinerary for the trip. Everyone should plan on being there.

 

Any 7th and 8th grade girls interested in playing soccer this year, there will be an informational meeting Thursday morning in Mr. Stelter’s room, 3006.

 

There will be an open gym for 8th graders interested in volleyball, today, beginning at 4 pm in the EVES gym.

 

There are Intermural this Thursday from 3:00 – 4:00 with Miss Noon and Mr. McNally.

 

Flashlight Tag for 7th & 8th Grade is this Friday.  Flyers are on the brown table outside of the office.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Nacho Bar:  meat and cheese, graham crackers, refried beans, mandarin oranges, and milk.

 

Attention all students! Please donate to help the Christian Cupboard! Mrs. Barr’s room (Room 2009) is accepting donations of boxes of pudding and Jell-O from now until March 22! Each box of pudding or Jell-O donated will earn you a chance to win time in the student lounge! Posters are hanging up around the building. Please take all donations to room 2009 and sign up for you chance at student lounge time! Our goal is to collect 150 boxes!

 

Congrats to boys 7/8th soccer team in their 7-1 victory over harborcreek Saturday:  Ryan Snyder 2 goals,

Christian Jefferies 2, Andy jones 2, John Truesch 1.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Michael Ahlbrandt, Gr. 6 Brooke Brower,

Gr. 7 Charles Vorse and Gr. 8 Ashley Watt.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with you and sign-up today during your Intervention class.

 

Attention 8th grade boys’ basketball players: You need to turn your uniforms in today.  You can give them to Coach Hansen in his classroom, or Coach Beam after school.

 

Congratulations to the 8th grade boys’ basketball team!  They finished 1st at the end of the regular season and 2nd at the end of the year tournament!  Great season boys!

 

Marching Band: There are 20 days left until we leave for Disney! Our next practice will be on Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:30. We will be practicing as well as talking about the itinerary for the trip. Everyone should plan on being there.

 

Any 7th and 8th grade girls interested in playing soccer this year, there will be an informational meeting Thursday morning in Mr. Stelter’s room, 3006.

 

There are Intermural today and Thursday from 3:00 – 4:00 with Miss Noon and Mr. McNally.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, February 17, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Wraps, baby pancakes, carrots, oranges, milk.

 

Speech classes are cancelled for today.

 

ATTENTION LAST SEMESTER ART CLASSES - If you have any artwork (ceramic bowls, ceramic boxes, paintings, drawings, etc.) PLEASE stop in to the art room during your INTERVENTION period to pick it up.  All work not picked up by the end of the week, will be sold on EBAY for the “Build Mrs. Conley Some Wooden Shelves Fund”.   

 

Marching Band: There are 20 days left until we leave for Disney! Our next practice will be on Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:30. We will be practicing as well as talking about the itinerary for the trip. Everyone should plan on being there.

 

There will be an open gym for 7th grade girls interested in playing volleyball on Monday beginning at 3:30 at the EVES gym.

 

Congrats to our Quote Winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Amanda Bllom and Rorie Lawrence.  Gr. 6 Timara Bennett and Aleya Dell’omo.  Please report to the office to pick up your prize.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, February 16, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken Nuggets, mashed potato & gravy, roll, lettuce, apples, and milk.

 

ATTENTION LAST SEMESTER ART CLASSES - If you have any artwork (ceramic bowls, ceramic boxes, paintings, drawings, etc.) PLEASE stop in to the art room during your INTERVENTION period to pick it up.  All work not picked up by the end of the week, will be sold on EBAY for the “Build Mrs. Conley Some Wooden Shelves Fund”.   

 

Second quarter academic recognitions have been scheduled.  Quarter 2 Breakfast of Champions will be held Thursday, February 23rd.  Invitations will be coming soon! The second quarter honor roll movie event will be held Friday, March 3rd.  The movie will be announced soon and the list will also be posted! Congratulations to all of our honor roll and high honor roll students!

 

Attention all 8th grade students: 

The 2017 STEM fair will take place at Penn State Behrend February 20, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  All students interested in a science, engineering, technology, and/or math career is encouraged to attend this hands-on event.  Girard will be sending a bus.  The bus will leave at 5:00 from GHS and we will return approximately around 8:15.  Please see Miss Ratkowski if you plan to attend.

 

Marching Band: There are 20 days left until we leave for Disney! Our next practice will be on Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:30. We will be practicing as well as talking about the itinerary for the trip. Everyone should plan on being there.

 

There will not be RAMS Bell Choir this Thursday.

 

There will be an open gym for 7th grade girls interested in playing volleyball on Monday beginning at 3:30 at the EVES gym.

 

Grade 6 Mentees are pick up your passes in the office.

 

The SRC is closed from 10:55 until 12:20 today.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chili Cheese Fries or Yogurt Plate, bean salad, bread, mixed fruit, and milk.

 

ATTENTION LAST SEMESTER ART CLASSES - If you have any artwork (ceramic bowls, ceramic boxes, paintings, drawings, etc.) PLEASE stop in to the art room during your INTERVENTION period to pick it up.  All work not picked up by the end of the week, will be sold on EBAY for the “Build Mrs. Conley Some Wooden Shelves Fund”.   

 

8th grade students scheduled to meet with Miss Ratkowski today during INTERVENTION are reminded to bring a charged Chromebook with them to the cafeteria. All other 8th grade students are to report to the cafeteria with a charged Chromebook during their 8th grade unified arts time.  There will be no unified arts classes for 8th grade today. 

 

Second quarter academic recognitions have been scheduled.  Quarter 2 Breakfast of Champions will be held Thursday, February 23rd.  Invitations will be coming soon! The second quarter honor roll movie event will be held Friday, March 3rd.  The movie will be announced soon and the list will also be posted! Congratulations to all of our honor roll and high honor roll students!

 

Attention all 8th grade students: 

The 2017 STEM fair will take place at Penn State Behrend February 20, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  All students interested in a science, engineering, technology, and/or math career is encouraged to attend this hands-on event.  Girard will be sending a bus.  The bus will leave at 5:00 from GHS and we will return approximately around 8:15.  Please see Miss Ratkowski if you plan to attend. 

 

Grade 6 Mentees are to bring your folders to Mrs. Schlosser after announcements.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken Parmesan, bread, broccoli, pears, and milk.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Ella Wisniewski,

Gr. 6 Rider Anderson, Gr. 7 Ashton Johnson, Gr. 8 Ariana Fenell.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with you and sign-up in the office during your Intervention class today.

 

Second quarter academic recognitions have been scheduled.  Quarter 2 Breakfast of Champions will be held Thursday, February 23rd.  Invitations will be coming soon! The second quarter honor roll movie event will be held Friday, March 3rd.  The movie will be announced soon and the list will also be posted! Congratulations to all of our honor roll and high honor roll students!

 

Attention all 8th grade students: 

The 2017 STEM fair will take place at Penn State Behrend February 20, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  All students interested in a science, engineering, technology, and/or math career is encouraged to attend this hands-on event.  Girard will be sending a bus.  The bus will leave at 5:00 from GHS and we will return approximately around 8:15.  Please see Miss Ratkowski if you plan to attend. 

It is a "Red Out" for tonight's boys’ BB game.

 

Practice for boys 5/6th grade soccer at 3:23 athletics is tonight from 7-8pm.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, February 13, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Pretzel bun, popcorn, applesauce, celery, and milk.

 

Miss Ratkowski needs to see all Student Council members for a brief, 5-minute meeting following announcements.

 

Congrats to the boys 5/6th grade soccer team on tying North East Sunday. Andy Jones 3 Caleb Snook 1 and Jack Klemm the game tying goal with 14 seconds left in game!

 

Grade 6 Mentees are to report to the office to pick up your folder.

 

Congratulations to Aiden Balogh who is the PTO winner of the newsletter lounge time.  Aiden, find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with you and sign up in the office during your Intervention class today.

 

Congrats to Grade 5 and 7 for the least amount of behavioral referrals – you may take your chromebook to lunch with you this week.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, February 10, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Max sticks, sports bites, carrots, juice, and milk.

 

Congratulations to our Quote Winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Caleigh Pecorella and Nina Genovese.

Gr. 6 Abe Keep and Ellie Cardman.  Come on down to receive your prize.

 

Any 8th grade chorus student who is choosing to sing the national anthem tonight at the coaches vs. cancer basketball game needs to report to the high school chorus room at 7:00pm tonight.   Dress in pink!

 

Grade 6 Mentees are to report to the office to pick up your folder.

 

Coach Jones will be visiting lunch for boys in 5th & 6th interesting in soccer.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, February 9, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Chicken nuggets, fries, breadstick, applesauce, broccoli, and milk.

 

Students:  Report Cards will print this morning and be placed in homeroom mailboxes for distribution today.

 

Congratulations to the winners of the Jacket Pride breakfast for January.  The following students will receive an invitation for being recognized as Dependable during the month of January!

The breakfast will be held on Tuesday, February 14 from 7:20 – 7:50 AM in the Family Consumer Science room.

 

Grade 5 – Austin Kirkpatrick,  Joelle Rastatter, Shelby Saffron, and Ethan Schwenk

Grade 6 – Kaytlin Castle, Carter Leicht, Mackenzie Shady, and Cullen Smith

Grade 7 – Kayla Breidenstein, Jennifer Oquendo, Karissa Peebles, and Nathaniel Telega

Grade 8 – Desiree Agnello, Allison Cortina, Zane Crowe, and Trevor Shaffer

 

RAMS wrestlers are to turn in their equipment and pizza card money or remaining cards to the wrestling room before 5:00pm today

 

Ashton Bruno was the squat champion.

 

Grade 6 Mentoring students are to pick up your pass in the office.

 

The SRC is closed today at 11:00 until 12:30.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Cheeseburgers, goldfish crackers, beans, mixed fruit, and milk.

 

Students:  you may have noticed that there were errors on the report cards.  Our technology department will be looking into this matter today to correct the errors and new report cards will be printed for you.

 

8th grade students who are interested in careers related to business, marketing, or entrepreneurship are encouraged to see Miss Ratkowski about a business summer camp at Edinboro University in June.  The camp is free and allows students to live on campus for a week while learning about skills for business leaders.  This would look great on a college application.

 

6th grade mentoring students are to report to the office to pick up your reminder message regarding this Thursday.

 

Student who are going to the Student Lounge during Intervention classes are to sign in at Mrs. Schlosser’s window before going to the Lounge.

 

There are FLAG Baseball fliers on the brown table outside the office.  Sign-up are on February 11th @ 2:00 – 4:30 PM at the New Beginnings Church in Fairview.

 

Girls in Grades 5, 6, 7, & 8 who participated in basketball are to report to the office to pick up your invitation to the Pink Game being held Friday, February 10th.

 

The Girard vs. Mercyhurst Prep girls’ basketball game this Friday (2/10) will be our annual Coaches vs. Cancer game.  We will be charging an extra dollar to get into the game…..adults will be charged $5, and students will be charged $3….all proceeds ($1 from each ticket) will be donated to cancer research and to people suffering from this disease….

 

There is no 5th & 6th grade boys’ mini-league tonight.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Williams Reynolds, Gr. 6 Tori Mayes,

Gr. 7 Gavin Herman, Gr. 8 Chyna Hicks.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with you and sign up during your Intervention class today.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Walking tacos, lettuce and tomato, corn, fruit, and milk.

 

8th grade students who are interested in careers related to business, marketing, or entrepreneurship are encouraged to see Miss Ratkowski about a business summer camp at Edinboro University in June.  The camp is free and allows students to live on campus for a week while learning about skills for business leaders.  This would look great on a college application.

 

6th grade mentoring students are to report to the office to pick up your reminder message regarding this Thursday.

 

Student who are going to the Student Lounge during Intervention classes are to sign in at Mrs. Schlosser’s window before going to the Lounge.

 

There are FLAG Baseball fliers on the brown table outside the office.  Sign-up tomorrow, 2:00 – 4:30 PM at the New Beginnings Church in Fairview on February 11th.

 

Girls in Grades 5, 6, 7, & 8 who participated in basketball are to report to the office to pick up your invitation to the Pink Game being held Friday, February 10th.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are @ North East Middle School.  Players and managers will be dismissed today at 2:20.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, February 6, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Breakfast for lunch, carrots, applesauce, and milk.

 

8th grade students who are interested in careers related to business, marketing, or entrepreneurship are encouraged to see Miss Ratkowski about a business summer camp at Edinboro University in June.  The camp is free and allows students to live on campus for a week while learning about skills for business leaders.  This would look great on a college application.

 

6th grade mentoring students are asked to bring a picture of themselves to group on Thursday for an activity we will be doing.

 

There are FLAG Baseball fliers on the brown table outside the office.  Sign-up tomorrow, 2:00 – 4:30 PM at the New Beginnings Church in Fairview on February 11th.

 

Girls in Grades 5, 6, 7, & 8 who participated in basketball are to report to the office to pick up your invitation to the Pink Game being held Friday, February 10th.

 

Congratulations to Jordan Schell for placing 1st in #185 weight bracket at the District 10 junior high tournament.

 

Congratulations to both the 7th & 8th grade boys’ basketball teams!  The 7th grade boys won a close one!  The final score for the 8th grade game was 61-13!  Great job boys!  The last game of the regular season is tomorrow at North East.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, February 2, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Stuffed crust pizza, fresh vegetables, fruit, and milk.

 

Attention 7th graders:  You will stay in homeroom until 8:40 this morning.  You will be dismissed to the café and then we will load the buses.  Upon return to RAMS, you will report to your Unified Arts class.

 

Congratulations to the 7th grade boys’ basketball team on their win against Northwestern on Tuesday!  Good job boys!

 

Congratulations to the 8th grade boys’ basketball team on their victories over Northwestern on Tuesday and Westlake yesterday!  Nice job boys!  Their League record is now 15-2!!!

 

Congratulations to the 6th grade boys’ basketball team for taking 3rd place at the OLP tournament.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are away against Iroquois.  Players and managers will be dismissed today at 2:20.

 

Good luck to our RAMS wrestlers.  Their match is Saturday @ Meadville Area Senior High School.

 

Girls in Grades 5, 6, 7, & 8 who participated in basketball are to report to the office to pick up your invitation to the Pink Game being held Friday, February 10th.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, breadstick, pears, and milk.

 

There will be a Student Council meeting on Thursday, February 2nd at 7:30 in the Student Lounge.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  They games are home against Northwestern.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

FOR

Monday, January 30, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Meatball sub, chips, apples, beans, and milk.

 

There will be a Student Council meeting on Thursday, February 2nd at 7:30 in the Student Lounge.

 

Congratulations to our Quote winners for last week:  Gr. 5:  Rachel Balko and Ryan Carr. 

Gr. 6:  Gunner Bax and Ema Ebert.  Come on down to receive your prize.

 

Congratulations of our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Dylen Edwards, Gr. 6 Trinitie Harvey

Gr. 7 Tyler Hoopsick, Gr. 8 Amber Carr.  Please find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with your and sign up in the office during your Intervention class today.

 


ANNOUNMENTS

FOR

Friday, 1/27/17

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Fiestada, baked beans, juice, and milk.

 

All OVERDUE library books need to be returned by next Monday as it is the end of the quarter.  If you do not return, renew or pay for any overdue books, you will be given lunch detention!!

 

Attention 7th grade students:  Your tubing permission slips are due tomorrow.  Please give them to your homeroom teacher.

 

Coach Jones will be here tomorrow during lunch for any boys in 5th and 6th grade who are interested in playing school soccer. 

 

Flashlight Tag is this tonight for Grade 6 only.  Fliers are on the brown table outside the office.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are at Corry.


ANNOUNCMENTS

FOR

Wednesday, 1/25/17

DAY ‘B’

 

A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Lunch: Grilled cheese or uncrustables, goldfish crackers, carrots, fruit cocktail, and milk.

 

8th grade students who are interested in the Groundhog Day Job Shadowing on February 1st are reminded that your contract is due to Miss Ratkowski by Friday.  Please stop in the office for a packet or for any questions you may have.

 

All OVERDUE library books need to be returned by next Monday as it is the end of the quarter.  If you do not return, renew or pay for any overdue books, you will be given lunch detention!!

 

Attention 7th grade students:  Your tubing permission slips are due by Friday, January 27th.  Please give them to your homeroom teacher.

 

Parent Lunch Day is this Friday, please invite your parent or guardian to join you for lunch.

 

Coach Jones will be here this Friday for any boys in 5th and 6th grade who are interested in playing school soccer. 

 

Students who received a volunteer form from Mr. Trudnowski at EVES are to turn them in asap for Saturdays event.

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday for Grade 6 only.  Fliers are on the brown table outside the office.

 

Staff and students - The books in the south lobby which are spread out on the tables are free.  Students please feel free to help yourself on your way into school during morning time, during your lunch period, or during intervention if your teacher opts to bring your class down to look.  The books will be available through this Fridays lunch periods only.  Please take what you want.

 

Good luck to our RAMS wrestlers.  Their match is @ Titusville Senior High School @ 6:00.

 

Congratulations to the 8th grade boys’ basketball team on their BIG WIN over General McLane yesterday!  The final score was 39-27!  Great jobs boys!”ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, January 13, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Max sticks, sports bites, baked beans, craisins, and milk.

 

8th grade students who are interested in doing a day of job shadowing should stop in the office to pick up a Groundhog Day Job Shadow packet.  Job shadow day is scheduled for February 1st, which is a scheduled day off of school for students.  Your job shadow contract with parent signature is due on January 27th.  

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are away at Fairview and good luck to our RAMS wrestlers – their match is Saturday at Northwestern.

 

When you return to school on Tuesday, it will be a Day ‘B’.  Enjoy your long weekend!!!

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, January 12, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, fries, breadstick, carrots, applesauce, and milk.

 

Attention ALL GIRLS in 5th and 6th grade interested in playing basketball:  there will be Mini League Sign Ups this today from 6-8 at the High School with Coach Younkins.

 

Bell Choir rehearsal starts this immediately after school today.  Any 6th – 8th grader that can read music and would like to join, please come to rehearsal today.

 

Practice for the 8th grade boys’ basketball team is 5-7 at EVES today.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cheeseburgers, goldfish, beans, mixed fruit, and milk.

 

Attention ALL GIRLS in 5th and 6th grade interested in playing basketball:  there will be Mini League Sign Ups this Thursday from 6-8 at the High School with Coach Younkins.

 

Bell Choir rehearsal starts this Thursday immediately after school.  Any 6th – 8th grader that can read music and would like to join, please come to rehearsal this Thursday.

 

Good luck to our RAMS wrestlers.  Their match is away against Meadville.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Walking tacos, lettuce and tomato, corn, fruit, and milk.

 

Attention ALL GIRLS in 5th and 6th grade interested in playing basketball:  there will be Mini League Sign Ups this Thursday from 6-8 at the High School with Coach Younkins.

 

Bell Choir rehearsal starts this Thursday immediately after school.  Any 6th – 8th grader that can read music and would like to join, please come to rehearsal this Thursday.

 

Mrs. Cordier’s classes are cancelled for today.

 

Jacket Pride class meeting will be held during ELA on Wednesday.  The leadership skill of the month…being dependable

 

·         There are a few teachers holding the class meetings either Tuesday or Thursday in order to fit academic schedules.  This was given the OK by RAMS administration – have a great class meeting everyone!

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are home against North East.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, January 9, 2017

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Breakfast for lunch:  pancakes, sausage, hash brown, applesauce, carrots, and milk.

 

Attention ALL GIRLS in 2nd through 4th grade /5th and 6th grade interested in playing basketball...Coach Younkins would like you to know there will be Mini League Sign Ups this Thursday from 6-8 at the High School. Information will also be coming home today!!  

 

Congratulations to our JP Cards winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Brooke Fohner, Gr. 6 Dylan McDonald,

Gr. 7 Anthony Repine, Gr. 8 Susan Copus.  Sign-up during your Invention today.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, January 6, 2017

DAY ‘B’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Choice of wraps, fresh vegetables, fruit, and milk.

 

There will be intramurals today, 3-4 at RAMS.

 

There will be a basketball foul shooting contest for girls and boys, ages 9 to 14, at the St. John’s Parish Center on Route 20 in Girard.  It will be held this Sunday, January 8th.  Registration starts at 1:30 PM.  It’s free and prizes will be awarded to the winners.

 

Congratulations to our Quote winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Brenden Fiolek, Rorie Lawrence and

Gr. 6 Amelia Heath and Shane Niebaurer.  Come on down and receive your prize.

 

Good luck to our wrestlers.  Their match is at Meadville. 

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are away against Harborcreek.  Players and managers will be dismissed today at 2:20.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, December 22, 2016

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cooks Choice.

 

RAMS Bell Choir members will be dismissed today at 1:20 to walk to the high school for rehearsal.  You will meet Mrs. Decker in the lobby at 1:30pm with your coats/boots etc.  YOU WILL NOT have rehearsal after school that day.

 

If you are in the talent show, dress rehearsal will be today from 3:00 to about 4:00 in the RAMS gym, please make arrangements to be at the rehearsal.  The order of performances will start with 5th grade and end with 8th grade. 

 

Holiday spirit competition on Friday.  Who will be the most spirited?  Prize to the student in each grade level and teacher who decorates themselves for the holidays! 

School dress code applies, but hair and face paint are acceptable!

 

Good luck to our wrestlers.  Their match is home against Northwestern.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Sloppy Joes, cheese rice, baked beans, mandarin oranges, and milk.

 

Important announcement for RAMS Bell Choir members.  Tomorrow-the day of your concert-You will meet Mrs. Decker in the lobby at 1:30pm with your coats/boots etc.  You will go the High School for a brief rehearsal.  YOU WILL NOT have rehearsal after school that day.

 

If you are in the talent show, dress rehearsal will be tomorrow from 3:00 to about 4:00 in the RAMS gym, please make arrangements to be at the rehearsal.  The order of performances will start with 5th grade and end with 8th grade. 

 

Holiday spirit competition on Friday.  Who will be the most spirited?  Prize to the student in each grade level and teacher who decorates themselves for the holidays! 

School dress code applies, but hair and face paint are acceptable!

 

Congratulations to the 8th grade boys’ basketball team.  They defeated Corry, 47-14.  GREAT JOB BOYS! And congrats to the 7th grade boys they won their game as well 33-30!!!

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

DAY ‘B’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Meatball subs, hash browns, green beans, pineapple, and milk.

 

Important announcement for RAMS Bell Choir members.  On Thursday, Dec. 22-the day of your concert-You will meet Mrs. Decker in the lobby at 1:30pm with your coats/boots etc.  You will go the High School for a brief rehearsal.  YOU WILL NOT have rehearsal after school that day.

 

If you are in the talent show, dress rehearsal will be on Thursday, December 22nd from 3:00 to about 4:00 in the RAMS gym, please make arrangements to be at the rehearsal.  The order of performances will start with 5th grade and end with 8th grade. 

 

Good luck to the Wrestlers – their match is tonight at 6:00 against Conneaut.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are home against Corry.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, December 19, 2016

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Pizza casserole, breadsticks, peas, fruit, and milk.

 

Don’t forget…Day A Family & Consumer Sciences Classes are to report to the SRC today!

 

The Caring Place students are to report to the office after announcements to pick up your pass for today.

 

Important announcement for RAMS Bell Choir members.  On Thursday, Dec. 22-the day of your concert-You will meet Mrs. Decker in the lobby at 1:30pm with your coats/boots etc.  You will go the High School for a brief rehearsal.  YOU WILL NOT have rehearsal after school that day.

 

If you are in the talent show, dress rehearsal will be on Thursday, December 22nd from 3:00 to about 4:00 in the RAMS gym, please make arrangements to be at the rehearsal.  The order of performances will start with 5th grade and end with 8th grade. 

 

(Please read with excitement!)

Who needs a pie in the face to start off their holiday break?

Use your spare change to vote for the faculty member who should be pied at the assembly on December 23rd.

Your choices are Mr. Koma, Mr. Ashton, Mr. Hlebik, Miss Noon and  Mrs. Service.

Jars are located in the café and the competition will run from this Wednesday to next Wednesday.

All students and staff are encouraged to help fund the winner.

 

Congrats to Boys 5th & 6th grade soccer team on their 5-3 win vs Ft Leboeuf.  Mason Arts with 1 goal and Andy Jones with 4.

 

Congrats to girls 7/8th grade soccer team on their 2-1 win versus Iroquois.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Chloe Barnes,

Gr. 6 Tanner Tramontano, Gr. 7 DJ Summers, and Gr. 8 Ashley Watt.  Please find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with you and sign-up today during your Intervention class today.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, December 16, 2016

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Pizza, carrots, juice, and milk.

 

Behavioral data for November:   Elementary grade 6 had the least amount of behavioral referrals, and Secondary grade 7 had the least amount of behavior referrals.  Grade 6 and Grade 7 may bring your chrome book to lunch with you all next week.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are away against General McLane.  Players and managers will be dismissed today at 2:25.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, December 15, 2016

DAY ‘B’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Ham Dinner, mashed potatoes and gravy, ginger bread, corn, apples, and milk.

 

(Please read with excitement!)

Who needs a pie in the face to start off their holiday break?

Use your spare change to vote for the faculty member who should be pied at the assembly on December 23rd.

Your choices are Mr. Koma, Mr. Ashton, Mr. Hlebik, Miss Noon and  Mrs. Service.

Jars are located in the café and the competition will run from this Wednesday to next Wednesday.

All students and staff are encouraged to help fund the winner.

 

Students:  Due to early dismissal on December 23rd Parent Luncheon will be this Friday, December 16th.  Please let your parents know about this lunch change.

 

RAMS Bell Choir Rehearsal is today immediately after school.  All ringers MUST attend.

 

Behavioral data for November:   Elementary grade 6 had the least amount of behavioral referrals, and Secondary grade 7 had the least amount of behavior referrals.  Grade 6 and Grade 7 may bring your chrome book to lunch with you all next week.

 

Good luck to the wrestlers.  Their match is home against Cochranton.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chili cheese fries or yogurt plate, bean salad, bread, mixed fruit, and milk.

 

Mrs. Cordier’s classes are cancelled for today.

 

(Please read with excitement!)

Who needs a pie in the face to start off their holiday break?

Use your spare change to vote for the faculty member who should be pied at the assembly on December 23rd.

Your choices are Mr. Koma, Mr. Ashton, Mr. Hlebik, Miss Noon and  Mrs. Service.

Jars are located in the café and the competition will run from this Wednesday to next Wednesday.

All students and staff are encouraged to help fund the winner.

 

The JP student team and Student Council will have a final planning meeting for our Elf movie night this Thursday at 7:25 in the Student Lounge.  Please be on time – we will need to assign jobs for Friday.

 

Students:  Due to early dismissal on December 23rd Parent Luncheon will be this Friday, December 16th.  Please let your parents know about this lunch change.

 

Locker Clean-Out for Grade 5 is tomorrow morning.

 

RAMS Bell Choir Rehearsal is Thursday immediately after school.  All ringers MUST attend.

 

Behavioral data for November:   Elementary grade 6 had the least amount of behavioral referrals, and Secondary grade 7 had the least amount of behavior referrals.  Grade 6 and Grade 7 may bring your chrome book to lunch with you all next week.

 

Congratulations to the 8th grade boys’ basketball team on their dominant victory over Seneca.  Seneca only scored 4 points in the 1st quarter and did NOT score ANY points in the 2nd AND 3rd quarters.  The final score was Girard 47 and Seneca 11!  Great job boys!


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Steak-um subs, doritos, peppers and onions, pears, and milk.

 

The cut-off date for ordering a picture CD for Schoolhouse Rock is today.  Orders will not be accepted after today.  Cost is $10, cash only.  If you lost your form, place your name on a sheet of paper and place the order and money in an envelope.  Have your homeroom teacher send the envelope to Mr. Hlebik's mailbox.

 

Miss Ratkowski needs to see all Student Council and JP student team members for 5 minutes following announcements.

 

The JP student team and Student Council will have a final planning meeting for our Elf movie night this Thursday at 7:25 in the Student Lounge.  Please be on time – we will need to assign jobs for Friday.

 

Talent show try-outs will be held on today from 3:00 to 4:00 in the RAMS cafeteria, please come prepared to try-out.

 

Students:  Due to early dismissal on December 23rd Parent Luncheon will be this Friday, December 16th.  Please let your parents know about this lunch change.

 

Locker Clean-Out for 3rd Floor is tomorrow morning.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are home against Seneca.

 

Good luck to the wrestlers.  Their match is home against Cambridge Springs.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, December 10, 2016

DAY ‘B’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch: Chicken Patty, popcorn, applesauce, celery, and milk.

 

The cut-off date for ordering a picture CD for Schoolhouse Rock is Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2016.  Orders will not be accepted after Dec. 13.  Cost is $10, cash only.  If you lost your form, place your name on a sheet of paper and place the order and money in an envelope.  Have your homeroom teacher send the envelope to Mr. Hlebik's mailbox.

 

The JP student team and Student Council will have a final planning meeting for our Elf movie night this Thursday at 7:25 in the Student Lounge.  Please be on time – we will need to assign jobs for Friday.

 

Talent show try-outs will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 13th from 3:00 to 4:00 in the RAMS cafeteria, please come prepared to try-out.  If you need a form, they are on the table in front of the office.

 

Caring Place group students are reminded to bring a picture or momento for group today. Please pick up your passes in the office after announcements.

 

Students:  Due to early dismissal on December 23rd Parent Luncheon will be this Friday, December 16th.  Please let your parents know about this lunch change.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Jordan Baumgratz, Gr. 6 Julia Pursell,

Gr. 7 Austin Shady, Gr. 8 Autumn Ryan.  Remember to sign up in the office during Intervention Class today.

 

Congratulations to the 7th grade boys’ b.b. team.  The defeated Fort LeBeouf Friday night 26-25 and the 8th grade score was 39 – 21.  Great job guys!!

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, December 9, 2016

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Max sticks, marinara sauce, smiles, baked beans, craisins, and milk.

 

Talent show try-outs will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 13th from 3:00 to 4:00 in the RAMS cafeteria, please come prepared to try-out.  If you need a form, they are on the table in front of the office.

 

Caring Place group students are reminded to bring a picture or momento for group on Monday.

 

Students participating in the Honor Roll movie assembly are to be dismissed to the cafeteria at 12:40.  Please bring everything you will need for dismissal.  You will be dismissed for home from the cafe.  Teachers and staff who are free at the beginning of the movie are invited to help serve snacks to students.  Extra hands are needed!

 

Anybody having a picture CD order form from the play is asked to turn it in to Mr. Hlebik (in person or have it placed in his mailbox.)

 

Good luck to the 7th and 8th boys’ basketball teams.  Their games are home against Fort LeBoeuf.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

DAY ‘B’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Choice of sandwich, goldfish, beans, mixed fruit, and milk.

 

The Nurse’s office will be closed today from 8:00 – 9:30 due to dental exams.

 

All talent show permission slips are due to the office by this Friday, December 9th.  We need to know approx. how many students are trying out for the talent show next week. If you are using music, remember to bring your music to try-outs on December 13th.

 

This Friday will be a special movie assembly for all students who received Honor Roll or High Honor during the first quarter.  We will be showing "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" (the Jim Carrey version) and we will have snacks for you too!  This will be for all students who had a 80% or above in all their classes.  If you are not sure if you are attending the movie, please check a Grinch movie poster for the Honor Roll list and be sure you see your name.  Students attending the assembly will be dismissed to the cafeteria at 12:40 for the movie.  You will be dismissed at the end of the day from the cafeteria.  Congratulations!

 

Anybody having a necklace from the play is asked to return it to Mr. Hlebik.

 

Anybody having a picture CD order from the play is asked to turn it in to Mr. Hlebik (in person or have it placed in his mailbox.)

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Walking tacos, lettuce and tomato, corn, fruit, and milk.

 

This Friday will be a special movie assembly for all students who received Honor Roll or High Honor during the first quarter.  We will be showing "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" (the Jim Carrey version) and we will have snacks for you too!  This will be for all students who had a 90% or above in all their classes.  If you are not sure if you are attending the movie, please check a Grinch movie poster for the Honor Roll list and be sure you see your name.  Students attending the assembly will be dismissed to the cafeteria at 12:40 for the movie.  You will be dismissed at the end of the day from the cafeteria.  Congratulations!

 

Anybody having a necklace from the play is asked to return it to Mr. Hlebik.

 

Anybody having a picture CD order from the play is asked to turn it in to Mr. Hlebik (in person or have it placed in his mailbox)

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, December 5, 2016

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Breakfast for Lunch:  pancakes, sausage, hashbrowns, applesauce, carrots, and milk.

 

There will be a combined Student Council meeting with JP student team members on Tuesday at 7:25 in the student lounge.  Please be on time.  We are discussing some holiday projects.

 

This Friday will be a special movie assembly for all students who received Honor Roll or High Honor during the first quarter.  We will be showing "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" (the Jim Carrey version) and we will have snacks for you too!  This will be for all students who had a 90% or above in all their classes.  If you are not sure if you are attending the movie, please check a Grinch movie poster for the Honor Roll list and be sure you see your name.  Students attending the assembly will be dismissed to the cafeteria at 12:40 for the movie.  You will be dismissed at the end of the day from the cafeteria.  Congratulations!

 

There will be a combined meeting for RAMS Student Council members and JP student team members on Tuesday at 7:25 in the student lounge.  We will be making plans for a school-wide holiday event.  Please be on time!

 

Congratulations to the 6th grade boys’ b.b. team.  They took 2nd place in their tournament this weekend.

 

The following students are to report to the office:  Courtney Trice, Garrett Watson, Star Bacher,

Michael Marzka, Derek Fox, Emma Kimmy, Ariel Snyder, Logan Wadding, Madison Bailey, Adrian Kitcey,

Dyshai Robinson, Ana Holland,  Vanessa Torres, Ashley Watt, Abi Teed, Sarah Pintea, Todd Essman,

Cullen Welcheck, Ethan Pataky, Isabella Kelly, Autumn Napierkowski, Autumn Ryan, Angeleena Davis,

Jeremy Wunz, Haley Wunz.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, December 1, 2016

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, roll, apples, beans, and milk.

 

The SRC is closed today from 10:55 until 12:20.

 

Students who earned straight A's during the first quarter will be invited to attend the first quarter Breakfast of Champions on Friday in the cafeteria.  You should have received your invitation to this event by now- hope to see you there.  Thank you to our sponsor McDonalds!  Also, students who received Honor Roll during the first quarter are invited to attend our Honor Roll VIP movie event next Friday afternoon.  More information will be coming!!

 

RAMS bell choir is today, 3-4 pm at the high school.  This is a very important practice.  All ringers must attend.

 

If you would like to design this years’ yearbook cover, please put your drawing on an 8 ½ x 11 white paper and submit to the office before December 16th.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Macaroni and cheese, breads, craisins, peas, and milk.

 

Mrs. Cordier’s classes are cancelled for today.

 

Attention all Schoolhouse Rock cast members:  If you wear a microphone, you are to be at the auditorium at 6 p.m.  If not, then your call time is 6:30. You are all to come dressed in your costume (which is to be neatly pressed) and your hair is to be styled nicely.  Keep make-up to a minimum.  Let your parents know that they can pick you up at 8:30.

 

RAMS bell choir, this Thursday, 3-4 pm at the high school.  This is a very important practice.  All ringers must attend.

 

Any student interested in running for the 4th Annual Race to Remember, there are fliers on the brown table outside the office.

 

If you would like to design this years’ yearbook cover, please put your drawing on an 8 ½ x 11 white paper and submit to the office before December 16th.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, November 17, 2016

DAY ‘B’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Turkey dinner, mashed potato and gravy, roll, lettuce, apples, pumpkin dessert, and milk.

 

Students, don’t forget to bring in your non-perishable food item to donate to the Christian Cupboard and wear a hat and/or flips flops to school that day.

 

All students for Mr. Clawson are to report to the Tech Ed Room.

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday.  Fliers are on the brown table outside the office.

 

General Music classes for grades 6, 7, and 8 will begin on Monday in room 3005.

 

BONUS GYM for grade 5 will begin Monday as well for those who were previously scheduled for AR/LIBRARY.

 

Attention Wrestlers:   First practice is Friday at 3:00 at the high school.

 

Any student interested in running for the 4th Annual Race to Remember, there are fliers on the brown table outside the office.

 

Miss Ratkowski needs to see all Student Council members for a brief, five minute meeting, following announcements.

 

Today is Parent Luncheon day.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chili cheese fries or Yougurt plate, bean salad, bread, mixed fruit, and milk.

 

Students, don’t forget to bring in your non-perishable food item to donate to the Christian Cupboard and wear a hat and/or flips flops to school that day.

 

All students for Mr. Clawson are to report to the Tech Ed Room.

 

Today is the dead line for PTO Spirit Wear.  No orders will be accepted after today.

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday.  Fliers are on the brown table outside the office.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Alicia Nolan, Gr. 6 Brian Edwards,

Gr. 7 Tyler Youngquist, Gr. 8 Jessica Gnage.  Please find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with you and sign up with Mrs. McConnell in the office during your Intervention Class today.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken Alfredo, bread, broccoli, pears, and milk.

 

Students, don’t forget to bring in your non-perishable food item to donate to the Christian Cupboard and wear a hat and/or flips flops to school that day.

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday.  Fliers are on the brown table outside the office.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, November 14, 2016

DAY ‘B’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Pretzel bun, popcorn, applesauce, celery, and milk.

 

The following students are to report to the office:  Kadyn Talmadge, Kelly Lewis, Mariah Burge, Skylar Quinn, April Connick, Brooke Brower, Katrina Elilis, Avery Hickman, Angel Ely, Emma Kimmy, Michael Penfield, Andrew Marcy, Michael Marzka, Anna Super, Ben Esper, Tyler Oas.

 

The following students are to report to the Nurse:  Derek Robison, Desiree Agnello, Kaydence Anderson, Ryan Billie, Patrick Bonnell, Coleton Bryan, Trenton Gallup, Amanda Brown,

 

Students, don’t forget to bring in your non-perishable food item to donate to the Christian Cupboard and wear a hat and/or flips flops to school that day.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, November 11, 2016

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Hot dogs, potato chips, baked beans, craisins, and milk.

 

The Jacket Pride Team Food Drive to benefit the Christian Cupboard will begin on Monday, November 14th.  For each day that a non-perishable food item is donated at school in the morning, you are able to then wear a hat and/or flip flops to school that day.  Please bring your non-perishable food item to the NORTH lobby outside of the main office to turn in your donation and receive a stamp so your teachers know that you donated.

 

Attention 5th and 6th grade boys who signed up for boy’s mini-league.  Practice is tomorrow Saturday, November 12 at Elk Valley Elementary Gymnasium.  The start time is 11:15am – 12:30pm. It is not too late to sign up, If you haven’t signed up yet please show up tomorrow to get registered.  Again the start time is 11:15am tonight at Elk Valley gymnasium.

 

Congratulations to our Quote winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Bailey Marino and Isabella Wynkoop, Gr. 6

Anna Super and Tori Mayes.  Please report to the office to pick up your certificates.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, November 10, 2016

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Fiestada, carrots, juice, and milk.

 

Student are reminded to lock your lockers during the day.

 

The Jacket Pride Team Food Drive to benefit the Christian Cupboard will begin on Monday, November 14th.  For each day that a non-perishable food item is donated at school in the morning, you are able to then wear a hat and/or flip flops to school that day.  Please bring your non-perishable food item to the NORTH lobby outside of the main office to turn in your donation and receive a stamp so your teachers know that you donated.

 

All wrestlers who have their physical forms need to return them to Coach Johnson or Mr. Amenta before the first day of practice in order to participate on the first day.  This includes all students who were given their form back to complete the section on injury in the previous season.  All physical forms need to be returned ASAP!

 

Mentoring students are to report to the office for your pass.  They are on the brown table outside of the office.

 

The SRC is closed today at 10:55 until 12:20.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Walking tacos, lettuce and tomato, corn, fruit, and milk.

 

Students, check out the new box tops lockers in each grade level hallway.  Remember to put your name on the back of the box top before placing them in a locker.  PTO will be drawing a name the end of this month of the November basket.

 

Students, please check your email for the link to vote for the new student lounge name by Wednesday, November 9!

 

To all winter sports participants:  There will be a doctor at GHS today giving physicals for $15 for those who need them for a winter sport.  This includes all wrestlers.  They begin at 3:00pm.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Tyler Oas, Gr. 6 Sullivan Horn,

Gr. 7 Ashlyn Fiolek, Gr. 8 Gabe Hansen.  Please find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with you and sign up in the office during your Intervention class today.

 

The following students are to report to the office:  Natalia Dunn, Maddie McWilliams, Peyton Kalicky, Cody Sterrett, Liam Brown, Zach Langer, Michael Marzka, Karmyndy Schnars, Collin Blake, Alexis Probst, Cameron Eckart.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, November 7, 2016

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Breakfast for lunch:  pancakes, sausage, hashbrown, applesauce, carrots, and milk.

 

Attention Student Council members:   Our next meeting will be Tuesday morning at 7:30 in the student lounge.  We will be discussing our next few projects.  See you then!

 

Students, please check your email for the link to vote for the new student lounge name by Wednesday, November 9!

 

To all winter sports participants:  There will be a doctor at GHS tomorrow, Tuesday, November 8th, giving physicals for $15 for those who need them for a winter sport.  This includes all wrestlers.  They begin at 3:00pm.

 

Starting today through the 11th – 6th graders are rewarded for having the least amount of discipline referrals for the month of October.

 

This past Saturday, Cassie Carr raced in the State Cross Country Championships on a very tough course her time was 21:06 and she placed 8t out of 224 runners.  Wow!!!  Great job to Cassie!!!!

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, November 4, 2016

DAY ‘B’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Stuffed crust pizza, fresh vegetables, fruit, and milk.

 

November 7th through the 11th – 6th graders are rewarded for having the least amount of discipline referrals for the month of October.

 

Both the girl’s and boy’s school record in the PACER test was broke this week in P.E!!

Ethan Gimber beat his previous school record of 178 with a 180

AND

Abby Zinz scored a 144, breaking the girls record of 141 set by Hannah Kelly last year.

 

Effective Monday the South entrance in the AM will be the only entrance used by students prior to 7:20 in the morning.   The north entrance can be used from 7:20 on.  The south parking lot is now open for students.  The North parking lot is only for staff.

 

ATTENTION 7TH AND 8TH GRADE BOYS INTERESTING IN PLAYING BASKETBALL.  THERE WILL BE OPEN GYM AFTER SCHOOL TODAY FROM 3:00PM-5:00PM IN THE RAMS GYMNASIUM.

 

Grade 7 students will attend a drug and alcohol awareness presentation Friday during intervention.  Students should report to intervention for attendance and then to the café for the presentation. 

 

A pair of glasses were found in the 5th grade hallway yesterday.  They are in the office.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, November 3, 2016

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, roll, apples, beans, and milk.

 

The SRC is closed from 10:55 until 12:20 today.  Grade 6 Mentoring students are to report to the office lobby to pick up your pass on the brown table.

 

There is drama club rehearsal from 3 - 5 today.  Please let your parents know that there is also rehearsal Monday through Thursday next week as well, also from 3 to 5 each day.

 

Effective Monday the South entrance in the AM will be the only entrance used by students prior to 7:20 in the morning.   The north entrance can be used from 7:20 on.  The south parking lot is now open for students.  The North parking lot is only for staff.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Choice of sub, chips, salad, craisins, and milk.

 

Effective Monday the South entrance in the AM will be the only entrance used by students prior to 7:20 in the morning.   The north entrance can be used from 7:20 on.  The south parking lot is now open for students.  The North parking lot is only for staff.

 

A reminder to the Jacket Pride student team that there will be a meeting tomorrow morning in

Mrs. Bashline’s room at 7:30AM.

 

Today is the final day to place your creative name for the Student Lounge in the Jacket Pride idea box at lunch!

 

If you have a lost item, please check the Lost and Found box outside the office.

 

The hydration test for wrestling will be Thursday November 3rd right after school at the high school.

 

Congrats to the 7th & 8th football team.  They defeated Union City 38-14.  Great job!!!

 

Whoever left your pink bike in the south entrance yesterday, please report to the office.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

DAY ‘B’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, peaches, and milk.

 

There is drama club rehearsal from 3 - 5 at the high school today.

 

Attention wrestlers:  your hydration testing will start at 3:30 with volunteer workouts immediately after.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th football team.  Their last home football game is at 4:30 against Union City.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, October 31, 2016

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Meatball sub, sweet potato tots, coleslaw, applesauce, icees, and milk.

 

Just a reminder--there is no drama club rehearsal today.  This has been a scheduled day off since the schedule went out.

 

Congratulations to our Quote of the Week winners:  Logan Smith and Ainslee Podgers.  Please come to the office to receive your prize.

 

This past weekend the Girard girls cross country team placed 11th at the D-10 meet.  Cassie Carr medaled for 12th and qualified for the State meet at Hershey, PA on Saturday.  Other members included:  Alyssa Wolford, Libby Wahlenmayer, Becky Wahlenmayer, Emily Wahlenmayer, Mari Holben, and Megan Wassong.  Congrats to all and Good Luck Cassie!!!

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

Don’t let the silly little things steal your happiness.

 

 

P.M.

 

Tomorrow is a Day “B”.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, October 28, 2016

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Wraps, baby pancakes, carrots, oranges, and milk.

 

The Nurse’s Office is located in the main office.  When you enter the main door look to your left.  There is a sign that reads “Nurse.”

 

Students, don’t forget to turn in your box tops w/your name on the back of them.  PTO will draw names and you may be the winner for a monthly basket.  Also, don’t forget to save your cans tabs and turn them in.  The tabs benefit the Ronald McDonald House for Children’s Hospital The boxes near the brown table outside the office. 

 

This Monday is Costume Day at RAMS.  We want you to have fun, however; we still need to function for education and safety.  Flyers are hanging through-out regarding the guidelines for costumes.

 

The SRC is now open.  During morning time, prior to homeroom, it serves as a quiet place for students to work, read, etc….  You may be returning books, completing homework, studying, reading, working on your Chromebooks, etc..., but it needs to be quiet.  Any student not adhering to these expectations will be removed.  If you don't follow these expectations, you will be held accountable and may lose the privilege of going to the SRC for a specified amount of time during morning time.  

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th girls’ b.b. teams.  Their today and Saturday.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, October 28, 2016

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Wraps, baby pancakes, carrots, oranges, and milk.

 

The Nurse’s Office is located in the main office.  When you enter the main door look to your left.  There is a sign that reads “Nurse.”

 

Students, don’t forget to turn in your box tops w/your name on the back of them.  PTO will draw names and you may be the winner for a monthly basket.  Also, don’t forget to save your cans tabs and turn them in.  The tabs benefit the Ronald McDonald House for Children’s Hospital The boxes near the brown table outside the office. 

 

This Monday is Costume Day at RAMS.  We want you to have fun, however; we still need to function for education and safety.  Flyers are hanging through-out regarding the guidelines for costumes.

 

The SRC is now open.  During morning time, prior to homeroom, it serves as a quiet place for students to work, read, etc….  You may be returning books, completing homework, studying, reading, working on your Chromebooks, etc..., but it needs to be quiet.  Any student not adhering to these expectations will be removed.  If you don't follow these expectations, you will be held accountable and may lose the privilege of going to the SRC for a specified amount of time during morning time.  

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th girls’ b.b. teams.  Their today and Saturday.ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, October 27, 2016

DAY ‘B’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets with fries, breadstick, applesauce, carrots and celery, and milk.

 

This Monday is Costume Day at RAMS.  We want you to have fun, however; we still need to function for education and safety.  Flyers are hanging through-out regarding the guidelines for costumes.

 

The SRC is now open.  During morning time, prior to homeroom, it serves as a quiet place for students to work, read, etc….  You may be returning books, completing homework, studying, reading, working on your Chromebooks, etc..., but it needs to be quiet.  Any student not adhering to these expectations will be removed.  If you don't follow these expectations, you will be held accountable and may lose the privilege of going to the SRC for a specified amount of time during morning time.  

 

The SRC is closed today from 10:55 until 12:20 today.

 

Good luck to the 7th grade girls’ b.b. team.  Their tournament at Seneca high school and good luck to the 8th grade girls as well – their tournament is at North East Middle School.

 

Someone left their violin in the hallway.  It is in the office.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Grilled cheese or PBJ sandwich, sun chips, peas, fruit cocktail, and milk.

 

The following students are to report to the nurses’ office:  Mason Artz, Ava Bennett, Quin Breter, Story Bachanan, Makenzie Conley, Gage Burtis.

 

This Monday is Costume Day at RAMS.  We want you to have fun, however; we still need to function for education and safety.  Flyers are hanging through-out regarding the guidelines for costumes.

 

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

Don’t worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.

 

 

P.M.

 

Tomorrow is a Day “B”.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Nacho Bar:  Meat and Cheese, graham crackers, refried beans, mandarin oranges, and milk.

 

There is drama club rehearsal from 3 - 5 at the high school today.

 

There is wrestling practice after school today at the high school.

 

Mrs. Cordier’s classes are cancelled for today.

 

The following students are to report to the office after announcements:  Cailyn Skindell, Rowan DeSantis,

Gage Burtis.

 

The following students are to report to the nurses’ office:  Jayden Johnson, Dylan Wilson, Ainslee Podgers, and Emma Triana.

 

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

Don’t worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.

 

 

P.M.

 

Tomorrow is a Day “A”.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, October 24, 2016

DAY ‘B’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken patty on bun, sweet potato fries, green beans, craisins, and milk.

 

There is drama club rehearsal from 3 - 5 at the high school today.  We will work both vocals and staging.

 

Grade 8 students will have a Red Ribbon Week presentation by Lawanda Sprague from Pyramid Healthcare tomorrow in the cafe during intervention.  Please report to your intervention for attendance and then immediately to the cafe.  

 

Congratulations to the 7th & 8th football team.  They defeated Seneca Friday night 42 – 0.  Great job guys!!!

 

Congrats to the 6th grade girls’ b.b. team.  They took 1st place in the Northwestern tournament over the weekend.  Great job girls!!!

 

RAMS Cross Country raced at Harbor Creek Community Park on Saturday.  Dan Santry medaled for 21st place.  Other runners included:  Matt Cortina, Danielle Stellmach, Quincy Marino.

 

The following students are to report to the office after announcements:  Brian Edwards, Adrian Kitcey, Derek Fox, Kenny Taylor, Courtney Trice, Ariel Snyder, Dyshai Robinson, Michael Marzka, Madison Bailey, Ana Holland, Emma Kimmy, and Jared Stevens.

 

The following students are to report to the nurses’ office: 

 

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

Don’t worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.

 

 

P.M.

 

Tomorrow is a Day “C”.

 

Could you please put an announcement on that open wrestling will be changed from today after school to tomorrow instead.  We will have practice right after school on Tuesday.

Just a reminder that tomorrow’s Red Ribbon Week dress up is Nerd Day!!

Be sure to participate…..our student council photographers are out and about looking for fun costumes!

 

Just a reminder that tomorrow’s Red Ribbon Week dress up is Nerd Day!!

Be sure to participate…..our student council photographers are out and about looking for fun costumes!

 

The following students are to report to the office:  Christian Lawrence, Devon Dovichow, Rowen DeSantis, Gabriel Skalyo, Nate Tellega

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, October 21, 2016

DAY ‘A’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Fiestada, baked beans, bananas, and milk.

 

Thee is Schoolhouse Rock rehearsal from 3 - 5 at the high school today for all cast members

 

Students who currently have AR/Library are reminded that their re-scheduling forms for music are due to the office today.

 

Miss Ratkowski needs to see all Student Council members for a quick 5 minute meeting following announcements.  Also, Students participating in the Caring Place group will receive a pass on Monday for group, which will be held from 11-12 in the room across from the Student Lounge.  Lunch will be provided.

 

Students who are participating in the Caring Place group with Miss Ratkowski are reminded that group starts on Monday, October 24th.  Group will take place from 11-12.  You will receive a pass Monday morning.  Lunch will be provided.  If you plan to participate in the group, your form is due to Miss Ratkowski today.

 

Students, just a reminder that flashlight tag is this Friday from 7-10pm. All students who attend the event must stay for the duration of the time. Also, there will be no admittance after 7:30pm.  Fliers are outside the office on the brown table.

 

Picture Re-takes are scheduled for Monday, October 24th.  Forms are in the office if you need one.  The following clubs/sports will have your picture taken, please dress appropriately:  Lego League, Student Council, Bell Choir, girls’ basketball, Chorus, Violin, and Band.

 

Congrats to the 7th grade girls b.b. team.  They defeated Ft LeBoeuf last night.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th football team.  Their last home game is today against Titisville.

Good luck to the Cross Country team as they compete on Saturday in the N.W. PA Invitiational at Harbor Creek Community Park.

 

The following students are to report to the office after announcements:  Jon Mingoy, Emma Kimmy, Michael Ahlbrandt.

 

The following students are to report to the nurses’ office: 

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

 

P.M.

 

Monday is a Day “A”.

 

The following students are to report to the office:  

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

DAY ‘B’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chili cheese fries, or yogurt plate, bean salad, bread, mixed fruit, and milk.

 

There is drama club rehearsal today from 3 - 5 at the GHS Auditorium.  Please leave when the walkers leave and go to the GHS Auditorium.

 

Students, just a reminder that flashlight tag is this Friday from 7-10pm. All students who attend the event must stay for the duration of the time. Also, there will be no admittance after 7:30pm.  Fliers are outside the office on the brown table.

 

Picture Re-takes are scheduled for Monday, October 24th.  Forms are in the office if you need one.

 

All students scheduled for Library/AR, are to report to the library for class.

 

The following students are to report to the office after announcements:  Alex Henry, Kelsey Clark, Abigail Kibbe, Jacob LaRiccia, Skylar Quinn, April Connick, Mason Vinglas, Michael Marzka, Mariah Burge, Brooke Brower, Katrina Ellis, Angel Ely, Maddie Soudan.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th football team.  Their games is away against Seneca.  Players will be dismissed today at 2:00.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

 

 

 

P.M.

 

Tomorrow is a Day “C”.

 

A purple girl's "Next" mountain bike was found in the high school stadium near the field house. If yours, please contact the office. 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, October 17, 2016

DAY ‘C’

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Pretzel bun, popcorn, applesauce, celery, and milk.

 

There is drama club rehearsal for all cast members from 3 – 4 in RMAS music room today.

 

Picture Re-takes are scheduled for Monday, October 24th.  Forms are in the office if you need one.

 

The following students are to report to the nurse’s office after announcements:  Nathaniel Telega, Katelynd Baughman, Mason Artz.

 

Congrats to the 7th and 8th football team.  They defeated Fairview 30-22.  Great job!!

 

Any student wrestling will begin this Tuesday after school for any wrestler who is not participating in a fall sport.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

 

 

 

P.M.

 

Tomorrow is a Day “A”.

 

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Fiestada with lettuce, corn, apple slices, fruit sorbet, and milk.

 

Students who have combination locks are to take your lock home with you on the last day of school.  Students with key locks lockers are return them to Mrs. McConnell in the office.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cooks choice, carrots and celery, pears, fruit sorbet, and milk.

 

Mr. Hlebik’s Blocks 4 and 5 need to take their Chromebooks to lunch today.  They will be returned after lunch.

 

Students who have combination locks are to take your lock home with you on the last day of school.  Students with key locks lockers are return them to Mrs. McConnell in the office.

 

There are intramurals after school with Mr. McNally today.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

 

P.M.

 

There are intramurals after school with Mr. McNally today.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, June 6, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Choice of sandwich, fries, creamed peas, applesauce, fruit slushy, and milk.

 

There is a Student Council meeting at 2:00 in the conference room today.  This is an end-of-the year celebration, so come hungry!

 

We had a low response to the Student Council “Name the Student Lounge” contest.  We are going to continue the contest in the fall when students are able to see the lounge in person and get inspired with name ideas!  Keep thinking over the summer!

 

Good luck to the Boys’ Baseball team as they travel today for the AA State playoff game at Clarion-Limestone high school in Strattanville, PA @ 4:30.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

 

P.M.

 

There are fliers in the office for any girl interested in General McLane’s Youth Volleyball Camp in July for grades 5, 6th and 7th.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, June 3, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Pizza and salad, carrots and celery sticks, peaches, fruit slushy, and milk.

 

There will be intramurals after school today from 3-4 in the gym.  All are welcome to attend.

 

There are Lakettes & Lakers fliers in the office for any girl interested in gymnastics.

 

All Geography Bee Champions are to report to the office after announcements.  We will be leaving at approximately 8:15.  Looks like a beautiful day.  See you there!

 

Our Quote for the Week winner goes to Nicholas Payne in 5th grade.  Come on down to the office to receive your prize.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

Failure will never overtake you if your determination to succeed is strong enough.

 

 

P.M.

 

There will be intramurals after school today from 3-4 in the gym.  All are welcome to attend.

 

Tomorrow is locker clean out for Grade 7.

 

There is a Student Council meeting at 2:00 in the conference room on Monday.  This is an end-of-the year celebration, so come hungry!

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, June 2, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potato & gravy, roll, corn, applesauce slushy, and milk.

 

Attention Geo Bee Class Champions:  After homeroom tomorrow morning, report to the office.  You do not need money or a lunch.  Please see your teachers for any missing work for Friday.  Dress appropriately for the weather, majority of our field trip is outside. 

 

There will be intramurals after school today and Friday from 3-4 in the gym.  All are welcome to attend.

 

Coach Clawson wants any student who signed up for Cross Country yesterday to stop down to the office and pick up a physical packet that needs to be completed by August 15th.  Includes a physical by a doctor.

 

There are Lakettes & Lakers fliers in the office for any girl interested in gymnastics.

 

Students attending the Straight A field trip tomorrow today are to be dismissed at 8:45 to the main lobby by the office.  We will return about 2:15.

 

Tomorrow is locker clean out for Grade 7.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

Failure will never overtake you if your determination to succeed is strong enough.

 

P.M.

 

There will be intramurals after school today and Friday from 3-4 in the gym.  All are welcome to attend.

 

Tomorrow is locker clean out for Grade 7.

 

Students attending the Straight A field trip tomorrow (Thursday) are to be dismissed at 8:45 to the main lobby by the office.  We will return about 2:15.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken Alfredo or macaroni & cheese, broccoli, roll, carrot sticks, strawberries, fruit slushy, and milk.

 

On Friday, the Geography Bee Class Champions will be attending a field trip.  Students will be doing some wetland investigation as well as exploring the inner waters of the peninsula with a pontoon boat.  Lunch will be served at Sara’s with no cost to the students as OUR generous school district provides this educational and fun trip.  We will also be viewing the i-Max movie, Mysteries of the Great Lakes.  This opportunity is provided to those with a strong knowledge of Geography in each S.S. class.  Our Social Studies Department encourages you to challenge yourself and brush up on your geography this summer.  National Geographic, sponsors of the Geo Bee, for instance offer a quiz each day that can help.  To our class champions, make sure to see your teachers BEFORE our trip.  It is YOUR responsibility to communicate and gather any work missed for Friday.  Also, please pay attention to the weather and dress appropriately, you will be outside and active on Friday. 

 

There will be intramurals after school today, Thursday, and Friday from 3-4 in the gym.  All are welcome to attend.

 

Sports physical will start at 8:00.  Students are to bring your physical packet and $10.00 cash with you to the Nurses’ office. 

 

Students can bring in hand held fans for the remainder of the year.  Fans should be small and not an educational distraction.  If a teacher feels the fan is an educational distraction then the fan must be put into the student’s locker by the student.

 

Tomorrow is locker clean out for Grade 6.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

Failure will never overtake you if your determination to succeed is strong enough.

 

P.M.

 

There will be intramurals after school today, Thursday, and Friday from 3-4 in the gym.  All are welcome to attend.

 

Tomorrow is locker clean out for Grade 6.

 

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken or beef taco, cheese, lettuce, tomato, refried beans, muffin, pineapple, and milk.

 

Students who will be in 7th and 8th grade next school year and will be playing sports may sign-up today for a physical tomorrow.  You may sign up in the office to have your physical.  The cost is $10.00.

 

There is only one yearbook left to sell.  The cost is $10.00.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

Failure will never overtake you if your determination to succeed is strong enough.

 

P.M.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, May 27, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Fiestada and lettuce, green beans, applesauce, peaches, and milk.

 

There will be intramurals today with Mr. McNally from 3 – 4 PM.  All are welcome to attend.

 

There are fliers posted throughout the building regarding Girard Football Camp.  There are also fliers in the office.

 

The office has 5 yearbooks available to purchase.  They are $10.00 each.

 

If you anticipate playing a sport next year and you will be going into 7th or 8th grade you may sign up in the office to have your physical.  Physicals will be on Wednesday, June 1st and the cost is $10.00.

 

Congratulations to our Quote of the Week winners:  Gr. 5 Ema Ebert and Gr. 6 DJ Summers.  Stop down to the office to receive your prize.

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

LIFE IS LIKE RIDING A BICYLE. TO KEEP YOUR BALANCE, YOU UST KEEP MOVING!!

 

P.M.

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, May 26, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potato & gravy, roll, corn, applesauce, slushy, and milk.

 

Students:  Effective tomorrow you are permitted to carry water bottles for the remainder of the school year due to the increase in temperatures.

 

There will be intramurals today & Friday with Mr. McNally and Miss Noon from 3-4pm.  All are welcome to attend.

 

There are fliers posted throughout the building regarding Girard Football Camp.  There are also fliers in the office.

 

The office has 13 yearbooks available to purchase $10.00 each.  1st come – 1st serve.

 

If you anticipate playing a sport next school year and you will be going in to 7th or 8th grade you may sign up in the office to have your physical.   Physicals will be on Wednesday, June 1st and the cost is $10.00.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ soccer teams.  Their games are away against Seneca.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th girls’ soccer teams.  Their games are away against JSWilson.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

Life is like riding a bicycle.  To keep your balance, you must keep moving.

 

 

P.M

 

There will be intramurals today with Mr. McNally and Miss Noon from 3-4pm.  All are welcome to attend.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Spaghetti and meat sauce, garlic breadstick, green beans, applesauce & peaches, and milk.

 

Today during intervention, grade 7 students will be attending a special presentation relating to the dangerous effects of marijuana. Students should report to intervention for attendance and then to the gym for the presentation.  Please be respectful to our presenter today.   

 

Mrs. Eberle is out of the building today.

 

There will be intramurals today, Thursday, & Friday with Mr. McNally and Miss Noon from 3-4pm.  All are welcome to attend.

 

This announcement is for those students that were Jacket Pride Leaders of the Month this school year.  We would like to give away the monthly posters.  If you would like to take one home please come down to the office and leave your name.  If there is more than one student interested in the same month we will draw names.

 

There are fliers posted throughout the building regarding Girard Football Camp.  There are also fliers in the office.

 

The office has 20 yearbooks available to purchase $10.00 each.  1st come – 1st serve.

 

The 7th grade girls’ volleyball players are to report to the office to pick up a flier from Coach Church regarding your High Beach Tournament.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

Life is like riding a bicycle.  To keep your balance, you must keep moving.

 

 

P.M

 

There will be intramurals today with Mr. McNally and Miss Noon from 3-4pm.  All are welcome to attend.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cheeseburger, smile fries, peas and carrots, apple slices, fruit slushy, and milk.

 

There will be intramurals today, Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday with Mr. McNally and Miss Noon from 3-4pm.  All are welcome to attend.

 

This announcement is for those students that were Jacket Pride Leaders of the Month this school year.  We would like to give away the monthly posters.  If you would like to take one home please come down to the office and leave your name.  If there is more than one student interested in the same month we will draw names.

 

There are fliers posted throughout the building regarding Girard Football Camp.  There are also fliers in the office.

 

If your family is planning to mover over the summer, or if you will be attending a different school next year, please stop in the office to pick up a form from Mrs. Wride.

 

The office has 20 yearbooks available to purchase $10.00 each.  1st come – 1st serve.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ soccer teams.  Their games are away against JS Wilson.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th girls’ soccer teams.  Their games are away against Seneca.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

Life is like riding a bicycle.  To keep your balance, you must keep moving.

 

 

P.M

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, May 23, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken wrap, lettuce and tomato, chips, green beans, pears, fruit slushy, and milk.

 

There will be intramurals tomorrow (Tuesday) with Mr. McNally and Miss Noon from 3-4pm.  All are welcome to attend.

 

Attention RAMS students today is Race day for the RAMS Cross Country Race.  5th & 6th is at 5:00 and 7th & 8th grade is at 5:30.  You can still sign-up for the race, just come and sign up.

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

Life is like riding a bicycle.  To keep your balance, you must keep moving.

 

 

P.M

 

There will be intramurals after school next week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday with Mr. McNally and Miss Noon beginning at 3pm and ending at 4pm.

 

There are fliers posted throughout the building regarding Girard Football Camp.  There are also fliers in the office.

 

Attention RAMS students today is Race day for the RAMS Cross Country Race.  5th & 6th is at 5:00 and 7th & 8th grade is at 5:30.  You can still sign-up for the race, just come and sign up.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, May 20, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Pizza & lettuce salad, veggie cup, pears, fruit sorbet, and milk.

 

Congratulations to Keaton Fiddler who is the May “Family Movie Night” basket from RAMS PTO and to Cairo Anderson who won the “Bonus Basket.”  Don’t forget to save your box tops over summer for next school year.  Keaton, come to the office to see your basket.

 

Congratulations to our JP Quote winners for this week:  Gr. 5 is Brooke Brower and Gr. 6:  Jennifer Oquendo.  Come to the office to receive your prize.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, May 19, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potato and gravy, roll, broccoli, applesauce, slushy, and milk.

 

There is only one more sign-up left for anyone who is interested in playing the violin next year as a Unified Arts class.  If you already signed up for band, you can take both classes.    The violins and music are provided by the school, but instruments are limited.

 

Attention RAMS students:  less than a week until the RAMS Cross Country race.  Get your permission form from the office or Mr. Clawson.  The race is one mile for 5th & 6th grade and 1 ½ miles for 7th & 8th.  Awards given to each grade level, 1st – 5th place boys and girls.

 

Don’t forget to turn in your box tops to the office for your chance to win the last RAMS PTO Basket for this year.  The drawing is this Friday.  Keep saving them over summer for next year.

 

7th grade volleyball players will need to return their washed jersey to the office by Friday.

 

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Stuffed Shell, breadstick, veggie cup, apples slices, slushy, and milk.

 

Anyone who is interested in playing the violin next year as a Unified Arts class can sign up from now until this Friday.  If you already signed up for band, you can take both classes.    The violins and music are provided by the school, but instruments are limited.   Once 26 sign up, that’s the cut off.  If you want to play the violin next year, please stop in to the office and sign up.  Only three sign-ups left.

 

Attention RAMS students:  less than a week until the RAMS Cross Country race.  Get your permission form from the office or Mr. Clawson.  The race is one mile for 5th & 6th grade and 1 ½ miles for 7th & 8th.  Awards given to each grade level, 1st – 5th place boys and girls.

 

Don’t forget to turn in your box tops to the office for your chance to win the last RAMS PTO Basket for this year.  The drawing is this Friday.  Keep saving them over summer for next year.

 

7th grade volleyball players will need to return their washed jersey to the office by Friday.

 

If your family is planning to move over the summer, or if you will be attending a different school next year, please stop in the office to pick up a form from Mrs. Wride.

 

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken Patty on a bun, fries, baked beans, pineapple, slushy, and milk.

 

If your family is planning to move over the summer, or if you will be attending a different school next year, please stop in the office to pick up a form from Mrs. Wride.

 

Anyone who is interested in playing the violin next year as a Unified Arts class can sign up from now until this Friday.  If you already signed up for band, you can take both classes.    The violins and music are provided by the school, but instruments are limited.   Once 26 sign up, that’s the cut off.  If you want to play the violin next year, please stop in to the office and sign up.

 

Attention RAMS students:  less than a week until the RAMS Cross Country race.  Get your permission form from the office or Mr. Clawson.  The race is one mile for 5th & 6th grade and 1 ½ miles for 7th & 8th.  Awards given to each grade level, 1st – 5th place boys and girls.

 

The boys’ 7th & 8th grade soccer team won Friday against North East 8-0 with hat tricks from Ethan Gimber and Ryan Hazer. Also a win Monday against Corry 11-1 with goals from Evan Lockett, Ethan Gimber, Ryan Hazer, Nathan Jones, Eric DiTullio, Ryan Snyder and Christian Gibbons.  Good luck to the team today as they play home against Fairview.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th girls’ soccer team.  Their game is home against Fairview.

 

7th grade volleyball players will need to return their washed jersey to the office by Friday.

 

There is practice today @ 4:30 for 5th & 6th girls’ soccer.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, May 16, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Ham or turkey hoagie, chips, peas, peaches, fruit slushy, and milk.

 

If your family is planning to move over the summer, or if you will be attending a different school next year, please stop in the office to pick up a form from Mrs. Wride.

 

Anyone who is interested in playing the violin next year as a Unified Arts class can sign up from now until this Friday.  If you already signed up for band, you can take both classes.    The violins and music are provided by the school, but instruments are limited.   Once 26 sign up, that’s the cut off.  If you want to play the violin next year, please stop in to the office and sign up.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ soccer team.  Their game is home against Corry.

 

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

Shoot for the moon.  Even if you miss you’ll still land among the stars.

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, May 13, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Fiestada with lettuce salad, corn, apple slices, slushy, and milk.

 

Student you are attending the Honors Reception on May 18th are reminded to turn in your invitation form this morning.

 

If your family is planning to move over the summer, or if you will be attending a different school next year, please stop in the office to pick up a form from Mrs. Wride.

 

Students who are participating in the “Spring into Action” tomorrow are to be at EVES at 8:00 – 9:00 to register.

 

Good luck to the girls’ volleyball team.  Their tournament is today and Saturday @ North East.  Girls will be dismissed at 2:15 today.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ soccer teams.  Their game is away against North East.

 

If you see Mrs. McCorrison today, please wish her a Happy Nurses’ Day and thank her for taking good care of all of us!!!!

 

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

Shoot for the moon.  Even if you miss you’ll still land among the stars.

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken Parmesan, lettuce salad, pears, apple slices, and milk.

 

Waldameer tickets will be on sale tonight at the Spring Concert.  The Spring Concert is at 6:00 in the high school auditorium.

 

Student you are attending the Honors Reception on May 18th are reminded to turn in your invitation form before this Friday.

 

There are West County Soccer League fliers in the office for anyone who is interested in playing soccer this summer.

 

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS 

 

The AmeriCorps members at EVES wanted to take time to let you know that our service learning project “Spring Into Action” is taking place this Saturday May14th.  We are hoping for much nicer weather and a wonderful day to work together to give back to our community. 

 

There is still time to sign up if you are interested! 

 

 

Congrats to the 7th grade volleyball team on their win against Harborcreek.  They went into 3 sets with the game winning serve by Danielle Adams.

 

Congratulations to the girls’ seventh and eighth grade soccer team on their 2-0 win last night over General McLane. Chyna Hicks and Emily Copus scored goals, and Amber Carr had an assist. Maddie Arnold and Sierra Edwards combined for the shutout in goal.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ soccer team.  Their game is away against Westlake.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th girls’ soccer team.  Their game is away against Westlake.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

Shoot for the moon.  Even if you miss you’ll still land among the stars.

 

 

P.M

 

If your family is planning to move over the summer, or if you will be attending a different school next year, please stop in the office to pick up a form from Mrs. Wride.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Nachos w/meat and cheese, refried beans, muffin, fruit slushy, applesauce, and milk.

 

You still have time to turn in your box tops to the office and put them in the box marked BOX TOPS – located on the brown table - for a chance to win the last RAMS PTO basket.  The drawing will be on Friday, May 20th.

 

Waldameer tickets will be on sale at the Spring Concert this Wednesday.

 

Student you are attending the Honors Reception on May 16th are reminded to turn in your invitation form before this Friday.

 

There are West County Soccer League fliers in the office for anyone who is interested in playing soccer this summer.

 

Congrats to boys 5/6 grade soccer team on their 1-0 win. Andy jones with the goal. Good luck Wednesday verses JS Wilson.

 

Congrats to the 7th grade volleyball team on their win against Seneca!

 

Good luck to the volleyball team.  Their game is away against Harborcreek.  Girls will be dismissed today at 2:20.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ soccer teams.  Their games are away against Harborcreek.

 

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, May 9, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Ham and cheese on pretzel bun, hash brown, creamed peas, peaches, fruit slushy, and milk.

 

You still have time to turn in your box tops to the office and put them in the box marked BOX TOPS – located on the brown table - for a chance to win the last RAMS PTO basket.  The drawing will be on Friday, May 20th.

 

Waldameer tickets will be on sale at the Spring Concert this Wednesday.

 

Student you are attending the Honors Reception on May 16th are reminded to turn in your invitation form before this Friday.

 

Good luck to the volleyball team.  Their game is home against Seneca.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, May 5, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potato & gravy, roll, corn, applesauce, fruit slushy, and milk.

 

The 3rd quarter movie incentive for this Friday will be “Max”, the story of the hero military dog.  It’s one that everyone will enjoy!  Please check the honor roll lists in your grade level hallway or cafeteria to see if you are invited.  

 

You still have time to turn in your box tops to the office and put them in the box marked BOX TOPS – located on the brown table - for a chance to win the last RAMS PTO basket.  The drawing will be on Friday, May 20th.

 

Waldameer tickets will be on sale at the Spring Concert on Wednesday, May 11th.

 

Good luck to the girls’ volleyball teams.  Their games are away against General McLane.

 

Good luck to the boys’ 7th & 8th soccer teams.  Their games are home against JS Wilson.

 

 

FOR DAVE ASHTON:  SURVEY

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

Life is 10% of what happens to us and 90% how we react to it.

 

 

P.M

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken Alfredo, broccoli, carrot sticks, apple slices, peaches, and milk.

 

Attention Student Council members – there is a meeting at 7:25 in the conference room on Thursday.  See you then!

 

The 3rd quarter movie incentive for this Friday will be “Max”, the story of the hero military dog.  It’s one that everyone will enjoy!  Please check the honor roll lists in your grade level hallway or cafeteria to see if you are invited.  

 

The cast party for both Bye, Bye Birdie and The Sound of Music will be held at the GHS pool is today from 3 - 5.  Pizza and pop will be served at 5 p.m.  All cast and crew members are invited.  There is no charge, just bring a bathing suit and a towel.

 

Attention 5th, 6th, and 7th graders:  The RAMS Cross Country race is back this year.  Any boy and girl can run this race.  5th and 6th grade is one mile and 7th grade is 1.5 miles.  Awards to top five boy and girl.  See Mr. Clawson or the office from desk for a permission form to run in the race.

 

 

Congrats to the 7th grade volleyball team for their win against Northwestern!

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ soccer teams.  Their games are home against Seneca.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

Life is 10% of what happens to us and 90% how we react to it.

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken or beef tacos, cheese, refried beans, lettuce & tomato, pineapple, slushy, and milk.

 

Attention Student Council members – there is a meeting at 7:25 in the conference room on Thursday.  See you then!

 

The Breakfast of Champions is taking place in the music room this morning, following announcements.  See you there! 

 

The 3rd quarter movie incentive for this Friday will be “Max”, the story of the hero military dog.  It’s one that everyone will enjoy!  Please check the honor roll lists in your grade level hallway or cafeteria to see if you are invited.  

 

The cast party for both Bye, Bye Birdie and The Sound of Music will be held at the GHS pool on May 4 from 3 - 5.  Pizza and pop will be served at 5 p.m.  All cast and crew members are invited.  There is no charge, just bring a bathing suit and a towel.

 

Good luck to the girls’ volleyball teams.  Their games are home against Northwestern.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ soccer teams.  Their games are home against General McLane.

 

 

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK

 

Life is 10% of what happens to us and 90% how we react to it.

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, May 2, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cheeseburger on bun, smile fries, baked beans, pears, fruit slushy, and milk.

 

Teachers and Staff:  There will be an email shortly regarding busing students to the high school for lunches.

 

The 3rd quarter movie incentive for this Friday will be “Max”, the story of the hero military dog.  It’s one that everyone will enjoy!  Please check the honor roll lists in your grade level hallway or cafeteria to see if you are invited.  

 

The list for the Honors Reception is in the café.  If your name is not on the list and you feel you qualify, please see Mrs. McConnell in the office.  To qualify you must have all ‘A’s or all ‘A’s and ‘B’s for Q1, 2, and 3.

 

The cast party for both Bye, Bye Birdie and The Sound of Music will be held at the GHS pool on May 4 from 3 - 5.  Pizza and pop will be served at 5 p.m.  All cast and crew members are invited.  There is no charge, just bring a bathing suit and a towel.

 

Attention 5th, 6th, and 7th graders:  The RAMS Cross Country race is back this year.  Any boy and girl can run this race.  5th and 6th grade is one mile and 7th grade is 1.5 miles.  Awards to top five boy and girl.  See Mr. Clawson or the office from desk for a permission form to run in the race.

 

Good luck to the girls’ volleyball teams.  Their games are home against North East.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ soccer teams.  Their games are away against Iroquois.

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, April 29, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cook’s Choice.

 

Teachers, please read the email sent from Mr. Ashton regarding the fire drill.

 

We will be shutting the bells off after homeroom and due to the old rooms and new rooms we can’t manually ring the bells.  We will do an ‘all call’ for the PM assembly today.

 

The 3rd quarter movie incentive for next Friday will be “Max”, the story of the hero military dog.  It’s one that everyone will enjoy!  Please check the honor roll lists in your grade level hallway or cafeteria to see if you are invited.  

 

The list for the Honors Reception is in the café.  If your name is not on the list and you feel you qualify, please see Mrs. McConnell in the office.  To qualify you must have all ‘A’s or all ‘A’s and ‘B’s for Q1, 2, and 3.

 

The cast party for both Bye, Bye Birdie and The Sound of Music will be held at the GHS pool on May 4 from 3 - 5.  Pizza and pop will be served at 5 p.m.  All cast and crew members are invited.  There is no charge, just bring a bathing suit and a towel.

 

Students and staff, please donate any used, old eyeglasses you no longer need to the Lion’s Club.  The Lion’s Club provides glasses to needy individuals throughout the world to help improve vision and quality of life.  There is a donations b ox located in the Nurse’s office.  We will be collecting the eyeglasses through Friday.

 

 

P.M

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, April 28, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cook’s Choice.

 

Our 3rd quarter academic incentives were delayed due to PSSA testing, but they are now on the calendar!  The third quarter Breakfast of Champions will be held next Tuesday, May 3rd in the music room.  You should receive your invitation today.  The 3rd quarter Honor Roll movie incentive will take place next Friday, May 6th.  The 3rd Quarter Honor Roll list will be posted soon. If your name is on the list, you are invited to attend!

 

The list for the Honors Reception is in the café.  If your name is not on the list and you feel you qualify, please see Mrs. McConnell in the office.  To qualify you must have all ‘A’s or all ‘A’s and ‘B’s for Q1, 2, and 3.

 

The cast party for both Bye, Bye Birdie and The Sound of Music will be held at the GHS pool on May 4 from 3 - 5.  Pizza and pop will be served at 5 p.m.  All cast and crew members are invited.  There is no charge, just bring a bathing suit and a towel.

 

Students and staff, please donate any used, old eyeglasses you no longer need to the Lion’s Club.  The Lion’s Club provides glasses to needy individuals throughout the world to help improve vision and quality of life.  There is a donations b ox located in the Nurse’s office.  We will be collecting the eyeglasses through Friday.

 

Grade 6th Mentoring students are to report to the office to get your pass.

 

Good luck to the girls’ volleyball team.  Their game is away against Fairview.

 

Good luck to the 7th and 8th boys’ soccer team.  Their game is home against Walnut Creek.

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

A.M.

 

Our 3rd quarter academic incentives were delayed due to PSSA testing, but they are now on the calendar!  The third quarter Breakfast of Champions will be held next Tuesday, May 3rd in the music room.  Invitations will be coming soon.  The 3rd Quarter Honor Roll list will be posted soon.

Lunch:  Tacos, lettuce, tomato, pineapple, and milk.

 

 

The list for the Honors Reception is in the café.  If your name is not on the list and you feel you qualify, please see Mrs. McConnell in the office.  To qualify you must have all ‘A’s or all ‘A’s and ‘B’s for Q1, 2, and 3.

 

The cast party for both Bye, Bye Birdie and The Sound of Music will be held at the GHS pool on May 4 from 3 - 5.  Pizza and pop will be served at 5 p.m.  All cast and crew members are invited.  There is no charge, just bring a bathing suit and a towel.

 

Students and staff, please donate any used, old eyeglasses you no longer need to the Lion’s Club.  The Lion’s Club provides glasses to needy individuals throughout the world to help improve vision and quality of life.  There is a donations b ox located in the Nurse’s office.  We will be collecting the eyeglasses through Friday.

 

There is 7th and 8th boys’ soccer practice today - 3:30-5.

 

 

P.M

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken gravy, mashed potatoes, roll, fruit, and milk.

 

The list for the Honors Reception is in the café.  If your name is not on the list and you feel you qualify, please see Mrs. McConnell in the office.

 

The cast party for both Bye, Bye Birdie and The Sound of Music will be held at the GHS pool on May 4 from 3 - 5.  Pizza and pop will be served at 5 p.m.  All cast and crew members are invited.  There is no charge, just bring a bathing suit and a towel.

 

Students and staff, please donate any used, old eyeglasses you no longer need to the Lion’s Club.  The Lion’s Club provides glasses to needy individuals throughout the world to help improve vision and quality of life.  There is a donations b ox located in the Nurse’s office.  We will be collecting the eyeglasses through Friday.

 

Good luck to the girls’ volleyball team.  Their game is home against Iroquois.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ soccer team.  Their game is away at Fairview.

P.M

 

 

 

FOR DAVE ASHTON

 

 

DO NOT ANNOUNCE

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday April 15, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Pizza burgers, pretzels, carrots, banana, and milk.

 

Students – Remember, we offer a FREE breakfast to all RAMS students on days of PSSA testing.  On these days, there will not be a “grab and go” breakfast. If you would like your FREE breakfast, you must report to the RAMS cafeteria.

 

The gym will also be open until 8:05 on test days as well. 

 

Students – Please be aware that any question on the PSSA can be read aloud to you upon request.  The only things that can’t be read are:  reading passages and multiple choice questions for the reading passages.  If you don’t know a word, or you are not sure what the question is asking, raise your hand and it will be read out loud to you.  Also keep in mind that staff members cannot help you solve a question or problem. They can only read it if asked to do so.

 

Congratulations to Isaiah Schoonover, he is the winner for the PTO signed Newsletter.  Isaiah, find a friend to go to the Student Lounge w/you and sign up in the office.

 

Calling all artists! The Honors Reception Committee is holding an art contest.  We need you to create our cover to the Honors Reception program.  Please create your BLACK AND WHITE design on a 5 ½ ” x 8 ½ ” sheet of paper.  You can see Mrs. Conley wandering the building with her backpack and art cart or near the lobby area for any materials or help you may need!  Please consider your theme to include academics, our mascot, school related images, etc.  Also please include the following: ‘RAMS Honors Reception, May 18, 2016, St. John’s Parish Center’ in the design. Submissions are due to the office by April 25th.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Stars can’t shine without darkness.  Remind yourself that it’s okay not to be perfect.

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, April 14, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken Alfredo, breadstick, applesauce, carrots, celery, and milk.

 

Students – Remember, we offer a FREE breakfast to all RAMS students on days of PSSA testing.  On these days, there will not be a “grab and go” breakfast. If you would like your FREE breakfast, you must report to the RAMS cafeteria.

 

The gym will also be open until 8:05 on test days as well. 

 

Students – Please be aware that any question on the PSSA can be read aloud to you upon request.  The only things that can’t be read are:  reading passages and multiple choice questions for the reading passages.  If you don’t know a word, or you are not sure what the question is asking, raise your hand and it will be read out loud to you.  Also keep in mind that staff members cannot help you solve a question or problem. They can only read it if asked to do so.

 

RAMS PTO meeting is this tonight @ 7:00 PM in Room 101 – Mrs. Reinwald’s room.

 

Calling all artists! The Honors Reception Committee is holding an art contest.  We need you to create our cover to the Honors Reception program.  Please create your BLACK AND WHITE design on a 5 ½ ” x 8 ½ ” sheet of paper.  You can see Mrs. Conley wandering the building with her backpack and art cart or near the lobby area for any materials or help you may need!  Please consider your theme to include academics, our mascot, school related images, etc.  Also please include the following: ‘RAMS Honors Reception, May 18, 2016, St. John’s Parish Center’ in the design. Submissions are due to the office by April 25th.

 

6th Grade Mentoring students are to come to the office to get your pass.  Due to PSSA testing we will have lunch at 11:22 then group session at 11:55.

 

Good luck to the girls’ volleyball teams.  Their games are away against Seneca.  Girls will be dismissed today at 2:20.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Stars can’t shine without darkness.  Remind yourself that it’s okay not to be perfect.

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Grilled cheese or peanut butter and jelly sandwich, goldfish, peas, fruit cocktail, apples, and milk.

 

Students – Remember, we offer a FREE breakfast to all RAMS students on days of PSSA testing.  On these days, there will not be a “grab and go” breakfast. If you would like your FREE breakfast, you must report to the RAMS cafeteria.

 

The gym will also be open until 8:05 on test days as well. 

 

Students – Please be aware that any question on the PSSA can be read aloud to you upon request.  The only things that can’t be read are:  reading passages and multiple choice questions for the reading passages.  If you don’t know a word, or you are not sure what the question is asking, raise your hand and it will be read out loud to you.  Also keep in mind that staff members cannot help you solve a question or problem. They can only read it if asked to do so.

 

All 6th grade students walking to and from lunch in the 7th grade hallway third floor should be absolutely silent.  This has been the expectation since day one.  There are some students not following this expectation.  Students not following this expectation will be held accountable.   

 

The next PTO meeting is this Thursday, April 14th, at 7:00PM in Room 101 – Mrs. Reinwald’s room.

 

Calling all artists! The Honors Reception Committee is holding an art contest.  We need you to create our cover to the Honors Reception program.  Please create your BLACK AND WHITE design on a 5 ½ ” x 8 ½ ” sheet of paper.  You can see Mrs. Conley wandering the building with her backpack and art cart or near the lobby area for any materials or help you may need!  Please consider your theme to include academics, our mascot, school related images, etc.  Also please include the following: ‘RAMS Honors Reception, May 18, 2016, St. John’s Parish Center’ in the design. Submissions are due to the office by April 25th.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Stars can’t shine without darkness.  Remind yourself that it’s okay not to be perfect.

 

P.M

 

Good luck to 5th and 6th boys’ soccer teams as they play west lake middle school today.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Nacho Bar, graham crackers, corn, mandarin oranges, pineapple,  and milk.

 

Students – Remember, we offer a FREE breakfast to all RAMS students on days of PSSA testing.  On these days, there will not be a “grab and go” breakfast. If you would like your FREE breakfast, you must report to the RAMS cafeteria.

 

The gym will also be open until 8:05 on test days as well. 

 

Students – Please be aware that any question on the PSSA can be read aloud to you upon request.  The only things that can’t be read are:  reading passages and multiple choice questions for the reading passages.  If you don’t know a word, or you are not sure what the question is asking, raise your hand and it will be read out loud to you.  Also keep in mind that staff members cannot help you solve a question or problem. They can only read it if asked to do so.

 

All 6th grade students walking to and from lunch in the 7th grade hallway third floor should be absolutely silent.  This has been the expectation since day one.  There are some students not following this expectation.  Students not following this expectation will be held accountable.   

 

The next PTO meeting is this Thursday, April 14th, at 7:00PM in Room 101 – Mrs. Reinwald’s room.

 

Calling all artists! The Honors Reception Committee is holding an art contest.  We need you to create our cover to the Honors Reception program.  Please create your BLACK AND WHITE design on a 5 ½ ” x 8 ½ ” sheet of paper.  You can see Mrs. Conley wandering the building with her backpack and art cart or near the lobby area for any materials or help you may need!  Please consider your theme to include academics, our mascot, school related images, etc.  Also please include the following: ‘RAMS Honors Reception, May 18, 2016, St. John’s Parish Center’ in the design. Submissions are due to the office by April 25th.

 

Congratulations to the 7th and 8th grade girls’ soccer team on their 1-0 win at Iroquois last night. Arianna Fenell scored the winning goal, and Elaina Lawson and Amber Carr combined for the shutout in goal.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th volleyball teams.  Their games are away against Fort LeBoeuf.  Girls will be dismissed today at 2:20.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Stars can’t shine without darkness.  Remind yourself that it’s okay not to be perfect.

 

P.M

 

Please add to AM and PM announcements for the next three days.

 

All 6th grade students walking to and from lunch in the 7th grade hallway third floor should be absolutely silent.  This has been the expectation since day one.  There are some students not following this expectation.  Students not following this expectation will be held accountable.   

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, April 11, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken patty on bun, sweet potato fries, green beans, apples, craisins, and milk.

 

Students – Remember, we offer a FREE breakfast to all RAMS students on days of PSSA testing.  On these days, there will not be a “grab and go” breakfast. If you would like your FREE breakfast, you must report to the RAMS cafeteria.

 

The gym will also be open until 8:05 on test days as well. 

 

Teachers – Please help supervise hallways, cafeteria, and gym as we have done in the past.  

 

Students – Please be aware that any question on the PSSA can be read aloud to you upon request.  The only things that can’t be read are:  reading passages and multiple choice questions for the reading passages.  If you don’t know a word, or you are not sure what the question is asking, raise your hand and it will be read out loud to you.  Also keep in mind that staff members cannot help you solve a question or problem. They can only read it if asked to do so.

 

Students – Attendance during the PSSA is very important.  Students who are absent or arrive to school late, must make up all missed sections of the test. Students who have perfect attendance on all test days will be entered into drawings for gift cards!

 

Calling all artists! The Honors Reception Committee is holding an art contest.  We need you to create our cover to the Honors Reception program.  Please create your BLACK AND WHITE design on a 5 ½ ” x 8 ½ ” sheet of paper.  You can see Mrs. Conley wandering the building with her backpack and art cart or near the lobby area for any materials or help you may need!  Please consider your theme to include academics, our mascot, school related images, etc.  Also please include the following: ‘RAMS Honors Reception, May 18, 2016, St. John’s Parish Center’ in the design. Submissions are due to the office by April 25th.

 

Good luck to the 5th & 6th girls’ soccer team.  Their game is home at 6:30.  Players are to be there at 6:00.

 

Congrats to Jeremiah Keep on his goal Friday vs GM as the boys tied. Good luck today as they play Fairview.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Stars can’t shine without darkness.  Remind yourself that it’s okay not to be perfect.

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, April 8, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cheeseburgers, chips, carrots, juice, fruit cocktail, and milk.

 

Students – Please be aware that any question on the PSSA can be read aloud to you upon request.  The only things that can’t be read are:  reading passages and multiple choice questions for the reading passages.  If you don’t know a word, or you are not sure what the question is asking, raise your hand and it will be read out loud to you.  Also keep in mind that staff members cannot help you solve a question or problem. They can only read it if asked to do so.

 

Students – Attendance during the PSSA is very important.  Students who are absent or arrive to school late, must make up all missed sections of the test. Students who have perfect attendance on all test days will be entered into drawings for gift cards!

 

Calling all artists! The Honors Reception Committee is holding an art contest.  We need you to create our cover to the Honors Reception program.  Please create your BLACK AND WHITE design on a 5 ½ ” x 8 ½ ” sheet of paper.  You can see Mrs. Conley wandering the building with her backpack and art cart or near the lobby area for any materials or help you may need!  Please consider your theme to include academics, our mascot, school related images, etc.  Also please include the following: ‘RAMS Honors Reception, May 18, 2016, St. John’s Parish Center’ in the design. Submissions are due to the office by April 25th.

 

Last day for the RAMS PTO Book Fair during lunches.

 

Attention boys’ in 5th, 6th,7th and 8th grades interested in summer boys’ basketball camp, there are forms in the office on the brown table.

 

Flashlight Tag for Grades 6th – 8th this Friday.  Forms are in the office on the brown table.

 

Students are reminded if you haven’t already done so, please turn your picture packet in to the office.

 

The 7th and 8th grade girls soccer team will begin practice in Mr. Stelter’s room today.

 

Good luck to boys 5/6th grade soccer team as they face GM in their first game today.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M

 

Last call to pick up your Flashlight Tag forms.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, April 7, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potato and gravy, roll, lettuce, apples, and milk.

 

Students – Please be aware that any question on the PSSA can be read aloud to you upon request.  The only things that can’t be read are:  reading passages and multiple choice questions for the reading passages.  If you don’t know a word, or you are not sure what the question is asking, raise your hand and it will be read out loud to you.  Also keep in mind that staff members cannot help you solve a question or problem. They can only read it if asked to do so.

 

Students – Attendance during the PSSA is very important.  Students who are absent or arrive to school late, must make up all missed sections of the test. Students who have perfect attendance on all test days will be entered into drawings for gift cards!

 

The RAMS PTO Book Fair is this week.  The Book Fair will take place during all lunches.

 

Attention All Student:  Due to the cold weather our Spring Into Action project will be postponed from this Saturday April 9th until Saturday May 14th.  More information will be coming home soon.

 

Flashlight Tag for Grades 6th – 8th this Friday.  Forms are in the office on the brown table.

 

Students are reminded if you haven’t already done so, please turn your picture packet in to the office.

 

Good luck to the girls’ volleyball teams.  Their games are home against Harborcreek.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chili Cheese Fries or grilled cheese with soup, bean salad, bread, mixed fruit, and milk.

 

The RAMS PTO Book Fair is this week.  The Book Fair will take place during all lunches.

 

Attention All Student:  Due to the cold weather our Spring Into Action project will be postponed from this Saturday April 9th until Saturday May 14th.  More information will be coming home soon.

 

Flashlight Tag for Grades 6th – 8th this Friday.  Forms are in the office on the brown table.

 

Students are reminded if you haven’t already done so, please turn your picture packet in to the office.

 

Check out the RAMS PTO box top basket in the office on the brown table.  Turn in your box tops w/your name on the back of them to have a chance to win this awesome basket.

 

The 7th and 8th grade girls’ soccer team will practice at Elk Valley today after school. Please check your email.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken parmesan, bread, broccoli, pears, and milk.

 

The water at RAMS will be shut off tomorrow morning from 6:30 until 7:30AM.

 

The RAMS PTO Book Fair is this week.  The Book Fair will take place during all lunches.

 

Flashlight Tag for Grades 6th – 8th this Friday.  Forms are in the office on the brown table.

 

Students are reminded if you haven’t already done so, please turn your picture packet in to the office.

 

Check out the RAMS PTO box top basket in the office on the brown table.  Turn in your box tops w/your name on the back of them to have a chance to win this awesome basket.

 

Good luck to the girls’ volleyball teams.  Their games are home against General McLane.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, April 4, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Taco burger, tator-tots, fruit, carrots, and milk.

 

The RAMS PTO Book Fair is this week, April 4th through the 8th.  The Book Fair will take place during all lunches.

 

Any students attending the English Festival on Friday, April 22, 2016 or students who will not be in school on this date for other reasons are to completely clean out their school locker and remove the lock as well.  Bring your items back to school on Monday, April 25, 2016 and you’ll receive your new locker assignment.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners this week:  Gr. 5 Sabrina Robison, Gr. 6 Grace Wortman, and

Gr. 7 Colton Bryan.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge w/you and sign-up in the office during your Intervention class today.

 

The 5/6th grade boys’ soccer is to meet in school lobby for practice today.

 

Good luck to the girls’ volleyball teams.  Their game is away against Corry.  Girls will be dismissed today at 2:10.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, April 1, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  RAMS pizza, crackers, juice, vegetables, and milk.

 

McDonald’s wants kids to do their very best on PSSAs.  That’s why there are serving a free, healthy breakfast to all students in grades 3 – 8 on Monday, April 4th, so get up, get moving, and go to McDonald’s for your free breakfast.  Check out the flyers throughout the building today.

 

Here’s a health tip from our Wellness Committee:

 

Keep your eyes safe and healthy:

            Wear sunglasses when outdoors

            Wear protective eyewear when playing sports

            Eat more Vegetables

            See your eye doctor every year

            Take breaks from the Computer, TV and Video Games – for every 20 minutes of screen time- take a 20             second break.

 

Students interested in the Pleasant Ridge Manor Summer Junior Aide program should obtain a brochure from the office for more details.  Orientation is June 17th and the program runs 8 weeks through the summer.  This is an excellent opportunity to demonstrate your LEADER qualities in the community!

 

The RAMS PTO Book Fair is scheduled for next week, April 4th through the 8th.  The Book Fair will take place during all lunches.

 

Students:  don’t forget the PSSA Dance is today 3 – 5:00 in the café and the cost is $3.00.  Snacks will also be sold.  Hope to see you there!!!  If you are planning to leave before 5:00, please remember that a parent or guardian must come into the school and meet you in the cafeteria.  You are not permitted to be in the halls unsupervised.

 

Congratulations to the 7th grade volleyball team on their hard earned win against Northwestern.  They won in three sets with the game winning serve by Ellie Bailey!

 

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, March 31, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, roll, apples, and milk.

 

Students interested in the Pleasant Ridge Manor Summer Junior Aide program should obtain a brochure from the office for more details.  Orientation is June 17th and the program runs 8 weeks through the summer.  This is an excellent opportunity to demonstrate your LEADER qualities in the community!

 

Students, don’t forget that this Friday is the PSSA dance.  The dance is from 3-5 in the cafeteria.  Cost is $3 and snacks will also be sold.  Hope to see you there!  If you are planning to leave before 5:00, please remember that a parent or guardian must come into the school and meet you in the cafeteria.  You are not permitted to be in the halls unsupervised. 

 

The RAMS PTO Book Fair is scheduled for April 4th through the 8th.  The Book Fair will take place during all lunches.

 

Grade 6 Mentoring students are to report to the office to pick up your pass.

 

Good luck to the girls’ volleyball teams.  Their games is away against Northwestern.

 

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cheeseburger, fries, celery, pears, and milk.

 

Students, don’t forget that this Friday is the PSSA!  Don’t panic…..this time, PSSA stands for Party for Stressed Students in April- it’s a dance!  Your Student Council thought it was time to relax and have a good time before testing begins.  The dance is from 3-5 in the cafeteria this Friday, April 1st.  Cost is $3 and snacks will also be sold.  Hope to see you there!  If you are planning to leave before 5:00, please remember that a parent or guardian must come into the school and meet you in the cafeteria.  You are not permitted to be in the halls unsupervised. 

 

All fifth graders who play an instrument (Brass, woodwind, drummers) are to report to the music room during intervention today to practice.

 

The RAMS PTO Book Fair is scheduled for April 4th through the 8th.  The Book Fair will take place during lunches.

 

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Breakfast for lunch, crackers, carrots, applesauce, and milk.

 

Students, don’t forget that this Friday is the PSSA!  Don’t panic…..this time, PSSA stands for Party for Stressed Students in April- it’s a dance!  Your Student Council thought it was time to relax and have a good time before testing begins.  The dance is from 3-5 in the cafeteria this Friday, April 1st.  Cost is $3 and snacks will also be sold.  Hope to see you there!  If you are planning to leave before 5:00, please remember that a parent or guardian must come into the school and meet you in the cafeteria.  You are not permitted to be in the halls unsupervised. 

 

Reminder to all students. If you have not done so yet please sign up for Spring Into Action by the end of tonight! You can sign up on the Girard School Website!! Hope to see you there.

 

Try-outs for the drum line have been moved up to tonight in the high school music room at 7 PM during the marching band rehearsal. Everyone trying out must be there.

 

All fifth graders who play an instrument (Brass, woodwind, drummers) are to report to the music room during intervention tomorrow to practice.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Owen Borland, Gr. 6 Jennifer Oquendo, and

Gr. 7 Kaylin Kohan.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge w/you and sign-up during your Intervention class today.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cook’s Choice.

 

Students are reminded to turn in your ‘Spring into Action’ forms and your picture packet.

 

Good luck to the girls’ volleyball team.  Their game is away on Friday against Iroquois.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Remember, friends are there for you, bullies aren’t!!!

 

P.M

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, peaches, and milk.

 

Attention all 5th and 6th graders participating in Girls Mini League…Reminder you do NOT have a game tonight night…Your last game will be this Saturday!  Make sure you check your schedule to see what time you play!

 

Attention all students interested in participating in this year’s Spring In to Action project.  It will take place on Saturday April 9th Rain or Shine.  Please be sure to turn in your permission slips by Wednesday or you can sign up on-line.  You do not need to be accompanied by an adult.  Hope to see you all there.

 

If you have not already done so, please turn in your picture package tomorrow.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Remember, friends are there for you, bullies aren’t!!!

 

P.M

 

Attention all 5th and 6th graders participating in Girls Mini League…Reminder you do NOT have a game tonight night…Your last game will be this Saturday!  Make sure you check your schedule to see what time you play!

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, March 21, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Meatball sub, broccoli, juice, and milk.

 

There will be a brief 5 minute Student Council meeting immediately after announcements.  Please meet Miss Ratkowski in the main foyer. 

 

Attention all 5th and 6th graders participating in Girls Mini League…Reminder you do NOT have a game tomorrow (Tuesday) night…Your last game will be this Saturday!  Make sure you check your schedule to see what time you play!

 

There is no 5th grade incentive gym for today.

 

Congratulations to Abe Keep and Jordan Schell who qualified for states in wrestling this weekend.

 

Congratulations to our JP Quote of the week for last week:  Gr. 5 MacKenzie Shady and Gr. 6

Claire Carstater.  Stop by the office and claim your prize.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Gage Burtis, and Gr. 6 Jayden Cousins and

Gr. 7 Darby Finnegan.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge w/you and sign-up today during your Intervention class.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Remember, friends are there for you, bullies aren’t!!!

 

P.M

 

The RAMS PTO meeting is tonight @ 7:00 PM.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, March 18, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Mac n Cheese, crackers, mixed vegetables, banana, and milk.

 

There will be a mandatory English Festival meeting on Monday, March 21st.

 

Congratulations to our RAMS PTO Box Tops Basket winner for the month of March and the winner is David Pettis.  David, please report to the office to receive your basket.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Friends help you up when you fall!!

 

P.M.

 

There will be a mandatory English Festival meeting on Monday, March 21st

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, March 17, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, fries, breadstick, apples, carrots, and milk.

 

There will be a mandatory English Festival meeting on Monday, March 21st

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Friends help you up when you fall!!

 

P.M.

 

There will be a mandatory English Festival meeting on Monday, March 21st

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Lasagna, bread, green beans, broccoli, fruit, and milk.

 

There will be a mandatory English Festival meeting on Monday, March 21st

 

A big THANK YOU shout-out goes to Kayla Sharman and Annie Zinz for decorating the schools front window for St. Patrick’s Day.  Looks good girls!!!  Thanks to Brady Sager for decorating the office.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Friends help you up when you fall!!

 

P.M.

 

There will be a mandatory English Festival meeting on Monday, March 21st

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Nacho Bar, graham crackers, corn, mandarin oranges, pineapple, and milk.

 

Just a reminder:  There is no Incentive gym for team 6.2 today.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Friends help you up when you fall!!

 

P.M.

 

 


IN THE SPRING (OFFICE LOBBY) – March 14, 2016

 

1.         5, 6, 7, & 8TH BOYS SOCCER (DO SEPERATELY)

2.         5, 6, 7, 8TH GIRLS SOCCER (DO SEPERATELY)

3.         7TH AND 8TH GIRLS VOLLEYBALL TEAM w/Mrs. Church, Mr. Sovisky

4.         5, 6, 7, 8TH BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM (DO SEPERATELY)

5.         BASEBALL

6.         DRAMA CLUB (SET AND PERFORMERS) w/Mr. Hlebik and Ms. McConnell

7.         ENGLISH FESTIVAL w/Miss Miseyka

9.         GEOGRAPHY BEE – w/Mr. Beachly

11.       RAMS WRESTLERS

12.       GIRLS MINI-LEAGUE

13.       BOYS MINI-LEAGUE

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, March 11, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Choice of Wrap or sloppy joe, rice, carrots, juice, fruit cocktail, and milk.

 

·         5th graders should be quiet at all times while walking to and from lunch.  Students will be held accountable moving forward who are not respectful or dependable in regards to this expectation.

 

·         No RAMS student should be on EVES school property prior to dismissal.  Quick reminder that the playground at EVES can be used after EVES students are dismissed from school until the sun sets in the evening.  Once the sun is gone for the day anyone caught on the EVES playground can be charged with trespassing.

 

The PTO meeting has been changed from this Thursday to Monday, March 21st.

 

This Monday is Club/Sport picture day.  Groups will be called to the office lobby after announcements.

 

Congrats to our JP Quote of the week winners:  Gr. 5 Angela Beitz and Gr. 6 Taylor Williams.  Please stop by the office to pick up your prize.

 

RAMS Wrestling team has sectionals on this Saturday.  Let’s wish them luck!!!

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

You can never cross the ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore.

 

P.M.

 

Last chance for you to pick up your flashlight tag form if you are participating tonight.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, March 10, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken casserole or pork and gravy over biscuit, lettuce, apples, and milk.

 

Try-outs for 7th grade volleyball are today at EVES from 3:30-5:30.  Please do not enter the building until 3:25.  Also, a reminder that if you do not have a physical completed and the packet turned in to the office, you will not be able to try out.

 

There is a sign-up sheet in the office for any 7th grade boys interested in playing soccer.   First practice is March 15th and you have to have a doctor’s physical before you practice.

 

The 7th grade girls’ soccer team will practice tonight from 5:30 – 7:30 tonight in the high school gym.

 

The PTO meeting has been changed from this Thursday to Monday, March 21st.

 

Flashlight tag is this Friday for grades 6th thru 8th.  Flyers are in the office on the brown table.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

You can never cross the ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore.

 

P.M.

 

·        5th graders should be quiet at all times while walking to and from lunch.  Students will be held accountable moving forward who are not respectful or dependable in regards to this expectation.

 

·        No RAMS student should be on EVES school property prior to dismissal.  The playground or other areas at EVES once students are dimissed.  Quick reminder that the playground at EVES can be used until sunset.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Soup and sandwich, bean salad, bread, mixed fruit, and milk.

 

Try-outs for 7th grade volleyball will be Thursday of this week at EVES from 3:30-5:30.  Please do not enter the building until 3:25.  Also, a reminder that if you do not have a physical completed and the packet turned in to the office, you will not be able to try out.

 

There is a sign-up sheet in the office for any 7th grade boys interested in playing soccer.   First practice is March 15th and you have to have a doctor’s physical before you practice.

 

There will be a practice for everyone interested in being in the horn line for next school year’s marching band. The practice will be after school in the high school music room today. Anyone who will be in grades 6-12 NEXT YEAR and plays a woodwind or brass instrument is invited to come to this practice.

 

The PTO meeting has been changed from this Thursday to Monday, March 21st.

 

Flashlight tag is this Friday for grades 6th thru 8th.  Flyers are in the office on the brown table.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

You can never cross the ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore.

 

P.M.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken Parmesan, bread, broccoli, pears, and milk.

 

Due to the pool not being operational, the pool party for Bye, Bye Birdie will be rescheduled at some time in April.  Once the pool is operational and a date can be reserved, we will inform the cast and crew.

 

Try-outs for 7th grade volleyball will be today and Thursday of this week at EVES from 3:30-5:30.  Please do not enter the building until 3:25.  Also, a reminder that if you do not have a physical completed and the packet turned in to the office, you will not be able to try out.

 

The seventh and eighth grade girls’ soccer team will practice after school today from 3:00 to 5:00 on Memorial Field.

 

There is a sign-up sheet in the office for any 7th grade boys interested in playing soccer.   First practice is March 15th and you have to have a doctor’s physical before you practice.

 

Thank you again for the students who entered the “Name the Painting” Contest.  Again the 4 finalists were:

Mrs. Smith for “Oh, the Places I will Go”

Dominic Marino – “The Deciduous”

Lance Cardman – “A New Hope”

Mya Barnes – “Fiery Sunrise”

 

And the winner is……..  Lance Cardman.  Thank you again! He will receive student lounge time.  Please see Mrs. McConnell in the office to set this up.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

You can never cross the ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore.

P.M.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, March 7, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Pretzel bun, popcorn, fruit, carrots, and milk.

 

Due to the pool not being operational, the pool party for Bye, Bye Birdie will be rescheduled at some time in April.  Once the pool is operational and a date can be reserved, we will inform the cast and crew.

 

Try-outs for 7th grade volleyball will be Tuesday and Thursday of this week at EVES from 3:30-5:30.  Please do not enter the building until 3:25.  Also, a reminder that if you do not have a physical completed and the packet turned in to the office, you will not be able to try out.

 

There is boys’ 5th and 6th grade soccer right after school today.

 

The seventh and eighth grade girls’ soccer team will practice after school tomorrow from 3:00 to 5:00 on Memorial Field.

 

There is a sign-up sheet in the office for any 7th grade boys interested in playing soccer.   First practice is March 15th and you have to have a doctor’s physical before you practice.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Aaron Bechdel, Gr. 6 Jacey Silvis, and

Grade 7 Amber Carr.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge with you and sign-up in the office today during your Intervention class.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

You can never cross the ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, March 4, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Max sticks with marinara, crackers, juice, vegetables, and milk.

 

Congratulations to Grade 7th for having the least amount of discipline write-ups for February.  You may take electronic devices to lunch with you.

 

Attention all 5th and 6th grade boys who participated in boys basketball mini-league this season.   There will be a boys’ mini-league party tomorrow at Girard High School Gymnasium starting at 11:00am and ending at 12:30pm.  Again, boys’ mini league party this Saturday, Girard High School at 11:00am.   

 

The 7th grade letters to help with the move are due today.

 

Try-outs for 7th grade volleyball will be Tuesday and Thursday of next week at EVES from 3:30-5:30.  Please do not enter the building until 3:25.  Also, a reminder that if you do not have a physical completed and the packet turned in to the office, you will not be able to try out.

 

There is a sign-up sheet in the office for any 7th grade boys interested in playing soccer.   First practice is March 15th and you have to have a doctor’s physical before you practice.

 

Congratulations to our JP Quote of the Week winners:  Gr. 5 Courtney Strain, Gr. 6 Bethany James.  Come on down to the office to receive your prize.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Every day is a second chance!!!

P.M.

 

 

FOR DAVE ASHTON

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, March 3, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, roll, applesauce, carrots, and milk.

 

The pool party scheduled for Bye Bye Birdie has once again been postponed due to the pool not yet being operational.  Details for the rescheduling will be announced soon.

 

5th and 6th grade boys’ school Soccer practice is cancelled for today. We should be starting back up Monday right after school.

 

Attention all 5th and 6th grade boys who participated in boys basketball mini-league this season.   There will be a boys’ mini-league party this Saturday, March 5th at Girard High School Gymnasium starting at 11:00am and ending at 12:30pm.  Again, boys’ mini league party this Saturday, Girard High School at 11:00am.   

 

7th grade letters to help with the move are due tomorrow.

 

Try-outs for 7th grade volleyball will be Tuesday and Thursday of next week at EVES from 3:30-5:30.  Please do not enter the building until 3:25.  Also, a reminder that if you do not have a physical completed and the packet turned in to the office, you will not be able to try out.

 

Gr. 6 Mentoring students are to report to the office and pick up your passes on the table.

 

Check out the awesome PTO March basket in the office.  Don’t forget to turn in your box tops w/your name on the back of them for a chance to win the basket.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Every day is a second chance!!!

P.M.

 

5th and 6th grade boys’ school Soccer practice is cancelled for today. We should be starting back up Monday right after school.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Tacos, lettuce cup, corn, pineapple, and milk.

 

The pool party scheduled for Bye Bye Birdie has once again been postponed due to the pool not yet being operational.  Details for the rescheduling will be announced soon.

 

5th and 6th grade boys’ school Soccer practice is cancelled for today and Thursday. We should be starting back up Monday right after school.

 

There will also be an open practice for anyone who is interested in joining the horn line for marching band today at 4:00 PM in the High School band room.  If you play a woodwind or brass instrument and you will be in 6th through 12th grade next year you are eligible to attend.

 

7th grade letters to help with the move are due this Friday.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Every day is a second chance!!!

P.M.

 

5th and 6th grade boys’ school Soccer practice is cancelled for today and Thursday. We should be starting back up Monday right after school.

 

There will also be an open practice for anyone who is interested in joining the horn line for marching band today at 4:00 PM in the High School band room.  If you play a woodwind or brass instrument and you wilbe in 6th through 12th grade next year you are eligible to attend.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Tacos, lettuce cup, corn, pineapple, and milk.

 

6th and 7th grade Student Council members who are reading at EVES this morning are to be dismissed at 8:20.  They will be returning no later than 10:45.

 

There will be an open practice for anyone interested in joining the drumline for marching band today at 6:00 PM in the high school band room. If you are a drummer and will be in 6th through 12th grade next year you are eligible to attend.

 

There will also be an open practice for anyone who is interested in joining the horn line for marching band on Wednesday 3/2 at 4:00 PM in the High School band room.  If you play a woodwind or brass instrument and you will be in 6th through 12th grade next year you are eligible to attend.

 

A RAMS seventh grade student recently entered the Pennsylvania’s Liquor Control Board’s 2015-2016 Alcohol Awareness Poster Contest, which challenged students to create a poster encouraging their peers to resist underage alcohol use.  Out of 1,300 entries, 50 students (from across the state) were chosen for recognition!  We are proud to recognize RAMS student Katherine Huntley as one of those selected!  Her poster, as well as 49 others, will be displayed at the State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg at a ceremony being held to honor these student artists in April.  Congratulations Katie!

 

7th grade letters to help with the move are due this Friday.

 

Mr. Dinger will be presenting a program to the 6th and 7th graders today during intervention classes.  There will not be any incentive gym today because Mr. Dinger will be promoting Camp Cadet for the 40 minute intervention time in the gym.

 

5TH and 6th grade BOYS’ soccer will be having practice today right after school till 4:15, dress warm as we will be outside and will meet at the soccer field right behind RAMS.

 

Winners for the Snow Shoveling Selfie Challenge!

 

7th           Jaden Skalyo      $25

 

6th           Karissa Pebbles                 $25

                Katherine Messmer        2 Lounge passes

 

5th           William Luxon                    $25

                Dylan Culver                       2 Lounge passes

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Every day is a second chance!!!

 

P.M.

 

Mr. Dinger will be presenting a program to the 6th and 7th graders tomorrow during intervention classes.  There will not be any incentive gym on this day because Mr. Dinger will be promoting Camp Cadet for the 40 minute intervention time in the gym.

 

5TH and 6th grade BOYS’ soccer will be having practice tomorrow right after school till 4:15, dress warm as we will be outside and will meet at the soccer field right behind RAMS.  Coach Jones will be contacting your parents tonight with more details about practices.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, February 29, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cheeseburger, smiles, celery, pears, and milk.

 

Mrs. Cordier’s classes are cancelled for today.

 

There will be an open practice for anyone interested in joining the drumline for marching band tomorrow (Tuesday 3/1) at 6:00 PM in the high school band room. If you are a drummer and will be in 6th through 12th grade next year you are eligible to attend.

 

There will also be an open practice for anyone who is interested in joining the horn line for marching band on Wednesday 3/2 at 4:00 PM in the High School band room.  If you play a woodwind or brass instrument and you will be in 6th through 12th grade next year you are eligible to attend.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Hannah Speranza, Gr. 6 Anthony Repine and

Gr. 7 Jaden Skalyo.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge w/you and sign-up in the office during your Intervention class today.

 

The 5th grade boys’ b.b. team took 1st place at the Harborcreek’s End of the Winter tournament this past weekend.  Congratulations to all of you and Wow what a nice trophy.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Every day is a second chance!!!

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, February 26, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Pizza Burgers, chips, pineapple, carrots, and milk.

 

Mrs. Cordier’s classes are cancelled for today.

 

The Goosebumps movie will be shown this afternoon for all students who received High Honor Roll or Honor Roll during the second quarter.  We will be following a PM assembly schedule.  All students will report to intervention at 12:45.  Students attending the movie should report to the gym after attendance is taken, with everything they need for dismissal.  You will be dismissed from the gym at the end of the day.  Students not attending the movie will be working in their intervention class from 12:45 until the end of the day.  Congratulations to all honor roll students!  Keep up the good work!!

 

The Varsity boys’ basketball game is tonight at 7:00 at the Edinboro’s McComb Field House.

 

Congrats to our JP Quote of the Week winners:  Gr. 5 goes to Connor Mattson and Gr. 6 goes to Ellie Lockett.  Please report to the office to receive your prize.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Remember, be your own person!!

 

P.M.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, February 25, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, fries, crackers, fruit, vegetables, and milk.

 

The Nurse’s office will be closed today from 9:30- 11:30 and 12:00- 2:30 due to School Physical Exams

 

Students, please listen carefully so you understand how the spring pictures work:  Every student will have their picture taken today.  If you have a form that your parent filled out, take it with you today when you get your picture taken.  Make sure your name and your homeroom teacher’s name is on the form.  In a couple weeks everyone will receive a picture packet.  You will take the packet home with you and if your parent chose to purchase the packet you bring the money form to school and turn it in to the office.  If they chose not to purchase the packet you bring the packet to school and turn it in to the office.

 

Have you seen the color fliers all around school showcasing the awesome Earth Day shirts for this year? You certainly don't want to miss out on ordering yours! Tomorrow is the last day for orders. Be sure to return order forms and exact cash amounts to your homeroom teacher tomorrow! Please help us celebrate Earth Day this year in style!

 

Drama Club will have a pizza party today from 3 – 4 in the RAMS cafeteria.  Once the pool is repaired, we will have our pool party.  Please come to the pizza party today from 3 – 4 in the RAMS café.

 

The Varsity boys’ basketball game is Friday at 7:00 at Edinboro.

 

6th grade mentoring students are to report to the office after announcements to pick up your pass.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Remember, be your own person!!

 

P.M.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Lasagna, bread, fresh vegetables, fruit, and milk.

 

Have you seen the color fliers all around school showcasing the awesome Earth Day shirts for this year? You certainly don't want to miss out on ordering yours! Tomorrow is the last day for orders. Be sure to return order forms and exact cash amounts to your homeroom teacher tomorrow! Please help us celebrate Earth Day this year in style!

 

Students, don’t forget that this Friday afternoon we will be showing the Goosebumps movie for students who received Honor Roll during the second quarter.  We will have a modified schedule on Friday and the movie will take place around 1:00.  Students who do not attend the movie will remain in intervention.  Please check the Honor Roll list in your grade level hallway to see if you will be attending.  Snacks will be served!

 

All 5th grade drummers need to meet with Mr. Nawrocki during intervention today in the music room.

 

Drama Club will have a pizza party this Thursday from 3 – 4 in the RAMS cafeteria.  Once the pool is repaired, we will have our pool party.  Please come to the pizza party this Thursday, Feb. 25, from 3 – 4 in the RAMS café.

 

The 6th grade Mentoring Program will resume on this Thursday.

 

Tomorrow is RAMS Spring Picture Day.  Forms are in the office if you need one.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Remember, be your own person!!

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  BBQ Pork, hash brown, green beans, peaches, and milk.

 

All 5th grade drummers need to meet with Mr. Nawrocki during intervention tomorrow in the music room.

 

Open gym for 7th grade volleyball is cancelled for today.

 

All students receiving Honor Roll or High Honor Roll for the second quarter are invited to attend a special showing of the movie Goosebumps this Friday, in the gym.  Popcorn and candy will be served.  Check the Honor Roll list near the cafeteria, office, or in your hallway later today if you are not sure if you received honor roll.  Congratulations!

 

The next voluntary open gym for girls who plan to try out for 7th grade volleyball is today from 3:15-4:45.  Also, please remember that if you don’t already have a physical, you are required to have a physical packet complete and turned in BEFORE try-outs.

 

Drama Club will have a pizza party this Thursday from 3 – 4 in the RAMS cafeteria.  Once the pool is repaired, we will have our pool party.  Please come to the pizza party this Thursday, Feb. 25, from 3 – 4 in the RAMS café.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Remember, be your own person!!

 

P.M.

 

Open gym for 7th grade volleyball is cancelled for today.

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, February 22, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Meatball sub, broccoli, juice, and milk.

 

RAMS Spring Picture Day is this Thursday.  Extra forms are in the office if you need one.

 

All students receiving Honor Roll or High Honor Roll for the second quarter are invited to attend a special showing of the movie Goosebumps this Friday, in the gym.  Popcorn and candy will be served.  Check the Honor Roll list near the cafeteria, office, or in your hallway later today if you are not sure if you received honor roll.  Congratulations!

 

The next voluntary open gym for girls who plan to try out for 7th grade volleyball will be tomorrow from 3:15-4:45.  Also, please remember that if you don’t already have a physical, you are required to have a physical packet complete and turned in BEFORE try-outs.

 

The first open color guard practice of the new season will be tomorrow at 6:00 in the high school cafeteria. If you have any interest in being a part of the color guard for next year’s marching band you need to attend this practice. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Nawrocki at any time during the school day.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Isabel Anderson, Gr. 6 Adam Chipley,

Gr. 7 Kenny Taylor.  Please find a student to go to the Student Lounge w/you and sign-up during Intervention Class today.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Remember, be your own person!!

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, February 19, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  RAMS pizza, carrots, banana, and milk.

 

Any Bye Bye Birdie cast member with a necklace is asked to return it to Mr. Hlebik or to the front office.

 

The Breakfast of Champions will begin immediately after announcements in the cafeteria.  Congratulations, straight A students and thank you to McDonalds for making the breakfast possible!

 

All students receiving Honor Roll or High Honor Roll for the second quarter are invited to attend a special showing of the movie Goosebumps next Friday afternoon, February 26th, in the gym.  Popcorn and candy will be served.  Check the Honor Roll list near the cafeteria, office, or in your hallway later today if you are not sure if you received honor roll.  Congratulations!

 

The next voluntary open gym for girls who plan to try out for 7th grade volleyball will be Tuesday from 3:15-4:45.  Also, please remember that if you don’t already have a physical, you are required to have a physical packet complete and turned in BEFORE try-outs.

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday for Grades 6 thru 8th.  Fliers are in the office.

 

If you received a physical packet, please bring the packet to the office.

 

Congratulations to our JP Quote winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Dom Lehman, Gr. 6 Nick Bailey.  Report to the office after announcements to receive your prize.

 

Congratulations goes out to Brianna Foster who is our Box Tops winner for the month of February.  Brianna, stop by the office and check out your prize from RAMS PTO.

 

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Don’t let anyone tell you who to be, be yourself!!!

 

P.M.

 

Last call for Flashlight Tag tonight for Grades 6 thru 8th.  Fliers are in the office.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, February 18, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken gravy over potatoes, breadstick, apples, carrots, and milk.

 

Any Bye Bye Birdie cast member with a necklace is asked to return it to Mr. Hlebik or to the front office

 

The second quarter Breakfast of Champions will be held on Friday after announcements in the cafeteria.  Your invitation will be coming this week.  Congratulations to our straight A students!

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday for Grades 6 thru 8th.  Fliers are in the office.

 

If you received a physical packet yesterday, please bring the packet to the office.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Don’t let anyone tell you who to be, be yourself!!!

 

P.M.

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday for Grades 6 thru 8th.  Fliers are in the office.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Sloppy Joes, goldfish, peas, fruit, and milk.

 

Jacket Pride Class Lessons are today.  Grades 5 thru 7 in regards to EFFORT.

 

The boys’ basketball team is hosting Oil City tonight at The Girard High School Gym for the first round of the District 10 playoffs.  This is a PIAA District 10 game that we are fortunate enough to be playing at home, and all tickets will cost $5 to get into the game.  The game starts at 7:00 PM.

 

The second quarter Breakfast of Champions will be held on Friday after announcements in the cafeteria.  Your invitation will be coming this week.  Congratulations to our straight A students!

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday for Grades 6 thru 8th.  Fliers are in the office.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Don’t let anyone tell you who to be, be yourself!!!

 

P.M.

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday for Grades 6 thru 8th.  Fliers are in the office.

 

If you received a physical packet from Mrs. McConnell this morning, section 7 was be completed by your parent and returned to Mrs. McConnell tomorrow morning.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Nacho bar, rice, corn, mandarin oranges, pineapple, and milk.

 

There is a voluntary open gym for any 7th grade girls planning to try out for volleyball today after school until 4:45 in the RAMS gym.


The boys’ basketball team is hosting Oil City tonight (2/16, Tuesday) at The Girard High School Gym for the first round of the District 10 playoffs.  This is a PIAA District 10 game that we are fortunate enough to be playing at home, and all tickets will cost $5 to get into the game.  The game starts at 7:00 PM.

 

Check out the PTO Box Tops basket for February on display in the office.

 

Students are reminded to check the lost and found table in the café.  There are a lot of items to be claimed.

 

Just a reminder that the Bye, Bye Birdie cast party is at 3 p.m. after school today.  You must have a towel and swimsuit.  You swim from 3 – 5 and then have pizza from 5 – 6.

Also, there is a Sound of Music meeting from 6 – 7 for all cast members.  You must attend with a parent or guardian. 

 

All necklaces from the play need to be returned to Mr. Hlebik

 

The second quarter Breakfast of Champions will be held on Friday after announcements in the cafeteria.  Your invitation will be coming this week.  Congratulations to our straight A students!

 

A BIG CONGRATUALTIONS to the 7th grade boys’ basketball team!!!  They won the end of the year Championship Tournament this weekend!  It took 3 hard-fought wins to place first!  You had a season and a great finish boys!  Be proud of what you accomplished!

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Don’t let anyone tell you who to be, be yourself!!!

 

P.M.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, February 12, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Mac and Cheese plate, roll, carrots, juice, fruit, cocktail, and milk.

 

Check out the PTO Box Tops basket for February on display in the office.

 

Congratulations to our JP Quote winners for this week:  Gr. 5 goes to Mya Brown and Gr. 6

Goes to Katrina Ellis.  Please report to the office after announcements to receive your prize.

 

Students are reminded to check the lost and found table in the café.  There are a lot of items to be claimed.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Never stop doing your best just because someone doesn’t give you credit!!!

 

P.M.

 

The RAMS Drama Club will present the rock ‘n roll musical Bye, Bye Birdie Thursday, Feb. 11 through Saturday, Feb. 13.  The musical is loosely based on Elvis Presley being drafted into the army.  Come see what happens as Conrad Birdie, and Elvis-type singer, travels to a small town in Ohio to bestow “One Last Kiss” on the president of his fan club before he is drafted into the army.  Hilarity ensues with a frantic manager, an angry fiancée, a jealous boyfriend, an overbearing mother, an irate father, and a group of unruly teens.  Show times are at 7 p.m. each night, and $3 student tickets are available at the door.

 

There is no school for students on Monday.  Have a fun, safe long weekend.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, February 9, 2016


A.M.


Lunch:   Chicken parmesan, bread, broccoli, pears, and milk.


All cast members for Bye, Bye Birdie are to report between 5:30 and 6.  Crew is needed at 5:30 to run all scene changes.


Any 7th grade girl who would like to try out for volleyball, but has not yet signed up, be sure to stop into the office to pick up a preseason information sheet and physical packet.  The first voluntary open gym is next Tuesday.


For any seventh grade boy or girl interested in playing middle school soccer this year, there will be a meeting during Intervention on Wednesday outside the office. 


Girard sent five students to the PMEA District 2 chorus festival in Corry, PA from February 5-7. Ciara Ferris and Allegra Douglas competed as altos, Riley Parise as a soprano, Michael Rogers as a tenor and Joel Snyder for the bass section.  They worked for two months with choral director, Marie Service, on several pieces of choral music and competed for Girard in each of their sections.  All scored remarkably well and four students chaired high enough to move onto Region II Chorus at Ft. LeBoeuf in March to compete for a spot at All State Chorus.   This was the best Girard has performed at District Chorus in many years and the kids have so much to be proud of! Congratulations to all!


Congratulations to Avery Hickman on placing 4th in his weight bracket at Meadville Jr. high tournament. 


Good luck to the wrestlers.  Their last match is tonight at Union City.




JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK


Never stop doing your best just because someone doesn’t give you credit!!!


P.M.


Tomorrow is the last day of candy gram sales in the cafeteria.  Remember, each candy gram is 50 cents!  Don’t miss out!


Are you interested in being in colorguard for the 2016 Girard Marching Band? If so, you should attend our first open practice of the season on Tuesday, February 23 at 6PM in the High School Cafeteria. Everyone who will be in grades 6-12 next year is welcome to attend.


From the RAMS PE Department, today, Ethan Gimber beat the male school record for the PACER Test. The old record was set by Anthony Cook in 2014 with a score of 174 laps. Ethan scored a 178 today, setting the new school record. Congratulations to Ethan!!!


 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, February 8, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Pretzel bun, popcorn, fruit, carrots, and milk.

 

All cast members for Bye Bye Birdie are to report between 5:30 and 6.  Crew is needed at 5

 

Please announce a congratulations to Avery Hickman on placing 4th in his weight bracket at Meadville Jr. high tournament.

 

January LOM students are to report to the office after announcements to have your picture taken.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Never stop doing your best just because someone doesn’t give you credit!!!

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, February 4, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Chicken nuggets, fries, breadstick, applesauce, carrots, and milk.

 

All Bye Bye Birdie cast members are required to be at the GHS Auditorium with their costume pieces by 4:30 today to get their costumes organized and to get into their costumes. After the costume fittings, we will run rehearsal.     Please go home after school, get something to eat, get your costumes pieces, and come back.  

YOU MAY NOT STAY AFTER SCHOOL AND WAIT IN THE AUDITORIUM.   Make sure that you have your street clothes to change back into after the fittings.

 

Any 7th grade girl who would like to try out for volleyball should sign up in the office, and pick up a preseason information sheet.  If you haven’t already had one, you will also need a physical form.  The first voluntary open gym will be Tuesday, February 16th.

 

There is sign-ups for 7th and 8th boys’ soccer this week @ the high school cafeteria.  6:00 – 7:00 PM.

 

Attention boys’ mini-league basketball players: Friday’s boys Varsity game is mini-league night.  If you wear your mini-league jersey, you will get into the game for free!

 

Congratulations to the 7th grade boys’ basketball team on their victory over Iroquois yesterday!  It was their final regular season game.  Great season boys!!!  Also, the end of the year, 7th grade boys’ basketball championship tournament is hosted by Girard.  Please come out and support your classmates!  There is a game tonight at Elk Valley Elementary School at 7:15.  Also, there is a game Saturday at Elk Valley Elementary School at 11:15am.  We hope to see you there!

 

Congratulations to the RAMS wrestling team on their 26-19 victory over Corry.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Never stop doing your best just because someone doesn’t give you credit.

 

 

P.M.

 

All Bye Bye Birdie cast members are required to be at the GHS Auditorium with their costume pieces by 4:30 today to get their costumes organized and to get into their costumes. After the costume fittings, we will run rehearsal.     Please go home after school, get something to eat, get your costumes pieces, and come back.  

YOU MAY NOT STAY AFTER SCHOOL AND WAIT IN THE AUDITORIUM.   Make sure that you have your street clothes to change back into after the fittings.

 

The end of the year, 7th grade boys’ basketball championship tournament is hosted by Girard.  Please come out and support the boys!  There is a game tonight, Thursday, at Elk Valley Elementary School at 7:15.  Also, there is a game Saturday at Elk Valley Elementary School at 11:15am.  We hope to see you there!

 

Attention boys’ mini-league basketball players: Friday’s boys Varsity game is mini-league night.  If you wear your mini-league jersey, you will get into the game for free!

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Taco bar, corn, pears, and milk.

 

All student council members are to meet Miss Ratkowski in the main foyer after announcements for a quick five minute meeting.

 

All cast members are needed for Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal from 6 - 9 tonight.  Ms. McConnell will be running the rehearsal; please be on time.

 

Any 7th grade girl who would like to try out for volleyball should sign up in the office, and pick up a preseason information sheet.  If you haven’t already had one, you will also need a physical form.  The first voluntary open gym will be Tuesday, February 16th.

 

There is sign-ups for 7th and 8th boys’ soccer this week @ the high school cafeteria.  6:00 – 7:00 PM.

 

Come on out and support the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams for their last game of the season.  The game is home against Iroquois.

 

Good luck to the wrestlers.  The match is home against Corry.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Never stop doing your best just because someone doesn’t give you credit.

 

 

P.M.

 

All cast members are needed for Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal from 6 - 9 tonight.  Ms. McConnell will be running the rehearsal; please be on time.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Cheeseburger, chips, broccoli, pineapple, and milk.

 

Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal is from 6 - 9 tonight.  All cast members are required to be at rehearsal.

 

Stage crew is needed at 4:30.

 

Any 7th grade girl who would like to try out for volleyball should sign up in the office, and pick up a preseason information sheet.  If you haven’t already had one, you will also need a physical form.  The first voluntary open gym will be Tuesday, February 16th.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Dylan Byers, Gr. 6 Kathryn Messmer, and

Gr. 7 Evan Sienicki.  Sign-up for Student Lounge time during your Intervention today.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

The darkest night is often the brightest tomorrow.

 

 

 

P.M.

 

Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal is from 6 - 9 tonight.  All cast members are required to be at rehearsal.

 

Stage crew is needed at 4:30.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, February 1, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Breakfast for lunch or PB & J, goldfish, carrots, applesauce, and milk.

 

There is Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal from 3 – 6 tonight.  This is a change from what is on the schedule.  This change was announced at the rehearsal on Thursday.

 

Students are reminded when you are done using the Student Lounge, please turn off the TV, WII, Xbox, and CD player.

 

Any 7th grade girl who would like to try out for volleyball should sign up in the office, and pick up a preseason information sheet.  If you haven’t already had one, you will also need a physical form.  The first voluntary open gym will be Tuesday, February 16th.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. games.  Their games are home against Harborcreek.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

The darkest night is often the brightest tomorrow.

 

Quotes will be in lockers tomorrow.

 

 

P.M.

 

There is Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal from 3 – 6 tonight.  This is a change from what is on the schedule.  This change was announced at the rehearsal on Thursday.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, January 28, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Chicken nuggets, fries, breadstick, fruit, vegetables, and milk.

 

There is BYE BYE BIRDIE for all cast members from 3 - 6 in the GHS auditorium.  We are running the show again today.  Any stage crew individuals who can come today are asked to do so.

 

Congratulations to our JP Quote winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Ellie Cardman and Gr. 6 Anna Skinner.  Please report to the office to receive your prize.

 

Good luck to the wrestlers.  Their match is away at Cambridge Springs.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

You don’t always need a plan.  Sometimes you need to breathe, trust, let go and see what happens.

 

 

P.M.

 

There is BYE BYE BIRDIE for all cast members from 3 - 6 in the GHS auditorium.  We are running the show again today.  Any stage crew individuals who can come today are asked to do so.

 

There is no school for students tomorrow.  Enjoy the long weekend and see you on Monday.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Pizza, fresh vegetables, fruit, and milk.

 

Grade 7 are to report to UA classes FIRST so that attendance can be taken.  Students can then be dismissed immediately to the gym for the presentation.

 

There is BYE BYE BIRDIE for all cast members from 3 - 6 in the GHS auditorium.  We are putting the show together today.  Any stage crew individuals who can come today are asked to do so.

 

7th grade students are reminded your field trip permission slips are due by this Thursday (January 28).  Please turn your permission slip into your homeroom teacher by Thursday.

 

Attention Student Council members, there will be a meeting at 7:30 in the conference room on Wednesday to discuss our upcoming Valentine project!

 

Congratulations to the 7th grade boys’ basketball team on their victory at Corry yesterday!  The final score was 50-15!  Great defense boys! And good luck tonight with your away game against JS Wilson.  Players will be dismissed today at 2:15.

 

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

You don’t always need a plan.  Sometimes you need to breathe, trust, let go and see what happens.

 

 

P.M.

 

 

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Menu has changed for today.  Lunch is hamburger gravy over mashed potatoes, green beans, peaches, and milk.

 

There is rehearsal for ALL Bye, Bye Birdie cast members today from 3 - 5 in the GHS auditorium.

 

All grade 7 students should report to the gym during Unified Arts on Wednesday.  You will be hearing a special drug presentation from Pyramid Healthcare and will also see a demonstration by the drug search dogs.

 

Also, 7th grade students are reminded your field trip permission slips are due by this Thursday (January 28).  Please turn your permission slip into your homeroom teacher by Thursday.

 

Attention Student Council members, there will be a meeting at 7:30 in the conference room on Wednesday to discuss our upcoming Valentine project!

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are away against Corry.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

You don’t always need a plan.  Sometimes you need to breathe, trust, let go and see what happens.

 

 

P.M.

 

There is rehearsal for ALL Bye, Bye Birdie cast members today from 3 - 5 in the GHS auditorium.

 

All grade 7 students should report to the gym during Unified Arts on Wednesday.  You will be hearing a special drug presentation from Pyramid Healthcare and will also see a demonstration by the drug search dogs.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, January 25, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Meatball sub, broccoli, juice, and milk.

 

There is Bye, Bye Birdie practice for Albert and the teen girls in "Put on a Happy Face" at 3 PM in the GHS auditorium.

 

Attention all 7th grade students:

 

Field trip permission slips are due by this Thursday (January 28).  Please turn your permission slip into your homeroom teacher by Thursday.

 

Attention Student Council members, there will be a meeting at 7:30 in the conference room on Wednesday to discuss our upcoming Valentine project!

 

Coach Getz will meet w/7th grade during lunch for those interested in baseball.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Mason Vinglas, Gr. 6 Brady Sager, and

Gr. 7 Josiah Lawrence.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge w/you and sign-up in the office during your Intervention Class today.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

You don’t always need a plan.  Sometimes you need to breathe, trust, let go and see what happens.

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, January 22, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Fiestada, carrots, banana, and milk.

 

Flashlight Tag is tonight for grades 6 thru 8th.  Fliers are in the office.

 

Congratulations to our Box Tops winner for this month:  Come to the office, Abe Keep, to see your prize and get your picture taken for the Buzz News.

 

Congrats to our JP Quote winners for this week:  Taylor Williams, Tori Mayes, Te’a Italiani, stop down to the office to pick up your winnings.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are home against Seneca. 

 

Good luck to the wrestlers.  Their match is home against Conneaut.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

The darkest night is often the bridge to the brightest tomorrow.

 

 

P.M.

 

Last chance to get your Flashlight Tag form in the office.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, January 21, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Turkey dinner, breadstick, apples, carrots, and milk.

 

All cast members are needed for Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal after school today from 3 - 6 in the GHS auditorium

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

The darkest night is often the bridge to the brightest tomorrow.

 

 

P.M.

 

All cast members are needed for Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal after school today from 3 - 6 in the GHS auditorium

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Grilled cheese, goldfish, peas, apples, and milk.

 

There is Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal this afternoon from 3 to 6 p.m. at the GHS auditorium.  All cast members are needed.

 

No RAMS Bell Choir this week and next week.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

The darkest night is often the bridge to the brightest tomorrow.

 

 

P.M.

 

There is Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal this afternoon from 3 to 6 p.m. at the GHS auditorium.  All cast members are needed.

 

No RAMS Bell Choir this week and next week.

 

 


Snow Shoveling Selfies

Cute Snowman Clipart Free | New Calendar Template SiteSponsored by:  RAMS Community Awareness Group

Volunteering is when we give freely of our time without expecting payment. With that in mind, here is our winter challenge: to help out those in your community when they least expect it. 

http://cache2.asset-cache.net/gc/166011770-snow-shovel-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=oGXbExaYTDXrtUr4JFBJgaJwMOTPWCffxw5cfO4oNIY=Take the Challenge:  January 19th – February 29th

1.  Volunteer to shovel the driveway and sidewalks at your home AND a neighbor’s. 

2.  Take selfies of you in the completed driveways.

3. Write a brief summary to explain how your volunteering influenced those you helped.

    4. A challenge form has been sent to your google drive.  Fill out and send to Mrs. Schlosser at jen.schlosser@girardsd.org.  Paper copies will be in the office for those without chrome books. 

    5. Your post will be placed on the Snow Shoveling Selfie Wall in the cafeteria for your classmates to see. 

    6. Win a Prize - Your name will be entered for each post submitted into a random drawing by grade level for these prizes.       1st place      $25 gift card

2nd place     2 tickets for Lounge time

Prize drawings on February 29th

 

 

 Snow Shoveling Selfie Challenge

I completed the Snow Shoveling Selfie Challenge!  I shoveled my parent’s driveway and a neighbor’s driveway.

Name:     

Date:       

Place Picture here:

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, January 1, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Nacho Bar, graham crackers, corn, mandarin oranges, pineapple, and milk.

 

Attention all RAMS Drama Club Members:  The Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal scheduled for today (Tuesday, January 19, 2016) has been canceled.  All cast members are needed tomorrow at 3 p.m. at the GHS auditorium.

 

No RAMS Bell Choir this week and next week.

 

Students:  Check out the PTO Box Top prize to be given out the end of December.  It’s on the counter in the office.  It’s awesome and it’s not too late to bring in your box tops for your chance to win it.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are away @ North East.  Players will be dismissed at 2:15 today.

 

Good luck to the wrestlers.  Their match is home against Commodore Perry.

 

Congratulations to the 5th grade boys b.b. as they took 1st place over the weekend at their tournament.  Good luck tonight against Fairview @ 7:15.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, January 15 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Choice of wraps, rice, carrots, juice, fruit cocktail, and milk.

 

There has been a change to the Bye, Bye Birdie schedule.  There is no rehearsal on Monday, January 18, 2016, since there is no school on that day.  There is rehearsal for all cast members on Tuesday, January 19, 2016, from 3 – 6 on the GHS stage.

 

There are no mini-league games this Saturday because of the 5th and 6th grade boys’ tournaments.

 

Students:  Check out the PTO Box Top prize to be given out the end of December.  It’s on the counter in the office.  It’s awesome and it’s not too late to bring in your box tops for your chance to win it.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are home against Northwestern.

 

Good luck to the wrestlers.  Their North East tournament is this weekend at North East.

 

Congratulations to our Quote of Week winners for this week:  Gr. 5:   Ellie Cardman, Gr. 6:  Kayla Breidenstein,

and Gr. 7:  Derek Fox.  Report to the office to receive your prize.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Preventing bullying starts with you.

 

P.M.

 

There has been a change to the Bye, Bye Birdie schedule.  There is no rehearsal on Monday, January 18, 2016, since there is no school on that day.  There is rehearsal for all cast members on Tuesday, January 19, 2016, from 3 – 6 on the GHS stage.

 

There are no mini-league games this Saturday because of the 5th and 6th grade boys’ tournaments.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, January 14, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Chicken nuggets, mashed potato and gravy, roll, lettuce, apples, and milk.

 

There is Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal for all cast members from 3 – 4 in the RAMS music room today.  All cast members need to attend to receive a revised rehearsal schedule.

All order forms are due today.  Please give to Mr. Hlebik or leave in the RAMS or GHS office for it to be placed in his mailbox.

 

Students are reminded you are not to wearing hoods during classes and when walking in the hallways.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Preventing bullying starts with you.

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Chili Cheese Fries or Yogurt Plate, Bean Salad, Bread, Mixed Fruit, and Milk.

 

The Bye Bye Birdie rehearsal after school has been canceled for today.  All orders for show shirts need to be given to Mr. Hlebik by Thursday.

 

There will be a Student Council meeting tomorrow morning in the conference room at 7:30AM.

 

Dry sneakers are required during Open Gym in the morning.  Wet, squeaky shoes will not be permitted on the gym floor.  Students are encouraged to bring dry sneakers to change into to participate in the morning Open Gym program.

 

First practice for 5th & 6th girls’ mini league is on Tuesday, January 19th, at EVES from 7:00 until 8:00 PM.  Saturdays practice will be at RAMS from 3:00 – 4:00 PM.  Write this down in your Agenda.

 

Good luck to the wrestlers.  Their match is home against Jamestown.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Preventing bullying starts with you.

 

P.M.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Chicken Parmesan, bread, broccoli, pears, and milk.

 

There will be a Student Council meeting on Thursday in the conference room at 7:30AM.

 

The following are needed for Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal after school today:

 

All girl teens and all boys in the cast except Albert & Rosie.  Adult girls are not needed today.  We are continuing the staging of two big numbers today and you are expected to be there.  

 

Please remember that rehearsal is not canceled due to weather unless all after-school activities are canceled by the district.

 

Orders for show shirts and ads will be taken through Thursday, January 14, 2016.  Orders can be given to the office and the orders will be placed in Mr. Hlebik's mailbox if you are not scheduled to be at rehearsal today.

 

Finally, Mr. Hlebik is in need of one spotlight operator.  Please see Mr. Hlebik in Room 305 or email him.

 

The boys’ basketball game tomorrow (Tues, 1/12) at Girard (vs. General McLane) will be our Coaches vs. Cancer game.  We will be charging an extra dollar to get into the game (adults will be charged $5, and students will be charged $3).  All proceeds will be donated to cancer research and people suffering from this disease.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are home against General McLane.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:

 

Gr. 5:  Zachary Baldwin

Gr. 6:  Gentry Sass

Gr. 7:  Allison Mitchell

 

Sign-up for Student Lounge during your Intervention class today.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Preventing bullying starts with you.

 

P.M.

 

The boys’ basketball game today at Girard (vs. General McLane) will be our Coaches vs. Cancer game.  We will be charging an extra dollar to get into the game (adults will be charged $5, and students will be charged $3).  All proceeds will be donated to cancer research and people suffering from this disease.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, January 11, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Pretzel bun, popcorn, fruit, carrots, and milk.

 

The following are needed for Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal after school today:

 

All girl teens and all boys (teens and adults) in the cast except Albert.  Those playing adults in the cast are not needed for today's rehearsal.  We are staging two big numbers today and you are expected to be there.  Rehearsal is not canceled due to weather unless all after-school activities are canceled by the district.

 

Also, show shirt order forms and all ads are due today.  Orders can be given to the office and the orders will be placed in Mr. Hlebik's mailbox if you are not scheduled to be at rehearsal today.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Preventing bullying starts with you.

 

P.M.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, January 8, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Max sticks with marinara, crackers, juice, vegetables, and milk.

 

Just a reminder to all Bye, Bye Birdie Cast members:  Shout out Ads, Business Ads, and show shirt orders are due by January 11.  You can leave them for Mr. Hlebik in the front office at RAMS or take them to Room 305.  Make sure the order is in a sealed envelope 

 

There will be a basketball free throw shooting contest for girls and boys ages 9 to 14 at the St. John Parish Center on Route 20 in Girard.  It will be held this Saturday (Jan 9) at 2 PM.  It’s free and prizes will be awarded to the winners.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th grade boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are away against Iroquois.  Players will be dismissed at 2:15 today

 

And good luck to the wrestlers for their Tool City Tournament in Meadville.

 

Congratulations to our Quote winners for this week:  Dylan Culver – grade 5 – receives Student Lounge time with a friend and Devon Waller – grade 6 – receives an A La Caret Pass.  Come to the office to pick up your passes.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Arriving at one goal is the start of another.

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, January 7, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:   Chicken nuggets, fries, breadstick, applesauce, carrots, and milk.

 

The following characters are needed for rehearsal today:  Albert, Rosie, Kim, Hugo, Alice, Debra Sue, Helen, Margie, Nancy.  Also, Mr. Hlebik will not be at rehearsal today, but Mrs. McConnell will be running the rehearsal.

 

Just a reminder to all Bye, Bye Birdie Cast members:  Shout out Ads, Business Ads, and show shirt orders are due by January 11.  You can leave them for Mr. Hlebik in the front office at RAMS or take them to Room 305.  Make sure the order is in a sealed envelope 

 

There will be a basketball free throw shooting contest for girls and boys ages 9 to 14 at the St. John Parish Center on Route 20 in Girard.  It will be held this Saturday (Jan 9) at 2 PM.  It’s free and prizes will be awarded to the winners.

 

Congratulations to the 7th grade boys’ basketball team for their big win against Walnut Creek Middle School! The final score was 33-29.  Great job boys!!!

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Arriving at one goal is the start of another.

 

P.M.

 

The following characters are needed for rehearsal today:  Albert, Rosie, Kim, Hugo, Alice, Debra Sue, Helen, Margie, Nancy.  Also, Mr. Hlebik will not be at rehearsal today, but Mrs. McConnell will be running the rehearsal.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, January 05, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cheeseburger, tots, broccoli, pineapple, and milk.

 

RAMS Bell Choir will NOT meet this Wednesday.  Rehearsals will start Wed. Jan. 13th.

 

The Nurse’s Office is closed from 11:50 – 1:30 today.

 

Attention all 5th and 6th grade Girls Coach Brittany Younkins is excited to announce that Girls Mini League will be starting soon!  Sign-ups will be held this Wednesday at GHS from 6-8!  There is also a Girard Girls game that night if you are interesting in attending that as well.  Remember Girls 5th and 6th Grade Sign-ups Wednesday at GHS

6-8 PM.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are home against Fairview.  Beat those Tigers!!!!

 

Good luck to our wrestlers today – their match home against Greenville.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Arriving at one goal is the start of another.

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, January 04, 2016

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Breakfast for Lunch or PB & J, goldfish, carrots, applesauce, and milk.

 

There is Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal today, Monday, January 4, 2016, from 3 - 6.  Please report to the chorus room at Girard High School at 3 p.m.  Once the vocal rehearsal is over, we will move to the stage and start blocking the show.

 

RAMS Bell Choir will NOT meet this Wednesday.  Rehearsals will start Wed. Jan. 13th.

 

Attention all 5th and 6th grade Girls Coach Brittany Younkins is excited to announce that Girls Mini League will be starting soon!  Sign-ups will be held this Wednesday at GHS from 6-8!  There is also a Girard Girls game that night if you are interesting in attending that as well.  Remember Girls 5th and 6th Grade Sign-ups Wednesday at GHS

6-8 PM.

 

Congratulations to the middle school wrestling team on their victory over Maplewood on Dec. 23.

Also the team took 4th place out of 15 teams at the Union City tournament 1-2-16.

These are the wrestlers that placed in their weight brackets:

-Dustin Roesch took 1st place

-Jordan Schell, Avery Hickman, Triston White & Alex Brown took 2nd -Ian Heitman & Trey Ryan took 3rd

 

Congratulations to our December Jacket Pride Leader of the Month nominees:

 

Gr. 5:  Abby Teed, Brandon Palmer, Jeremy Lazar,

Gr. 6:  Regina Sliker, Adam Chipley

Gr. 7:  Brendan Ferris, Isabella Foriska, Dustin Stevens

U.A.:  Starr Bacher

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Arriving at one goal is the start of another.

 

P.M.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, peaches, and milk.

 

Tomorrow is Locker Clean Out for 3rd Floor.

 

5th & 6th grade mini league will at EVES on Wednesday, 7:15 – 8:30.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are away against Harborcreek.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M.

 

5th & 6th grade mini league will at EVES on Wednesday, 7:15 – 8:30.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, December 21, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Meatball sub, broccoli, juice, and milk.

 

Tomorrow is Locker Clean Out for 1st Floor. 

 

Ms. Eberle will be out of the building today.

 

Our Box Tops winner for the month of December goes out to Dustin Stevens.  Congratulations Dustin and come to the office to receive your prize.  Don’t forget to save and turn in your box tops – we just might be the next winner.

 

Congratulations to our quote winners for this week:  Rebecca King, Maddison Montgomery, and Bry Strain.  Come to the office to receive your prize.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

 

P.M.

 

Congratulations to the 7th grade boys’ basketball team.  They beat Fort LeBeouf on Friday!  It was another good win boys!

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, December 17, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Turkey dinner, breadsticks, apples, carrots, and milk.

 

Don’t forget the Christmas concert is tonight starting at 6 PM in the High School auditorium. The concert will feature the RAMS Chorus, the RAMS Bell Choir, The High School Chorus, The High School Concert Band, and the High School Bell Choir. Everyone is invited to join us and admission is free.

 

Congratulations to the 7th grade boys’ basketball team for their TOUGH win against Westlake Middle School yesterday!  The final score was 38-33.  Nice job!

 

Miss Ratkowski needs to see Student Council members for a quick 5 minute meeting in the office lobby right after announcements.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Don’t wait for the perfect moment, go and make that moment perfect.

 

P.M.

 

Hope to see you all tonight at the Winter Concert.  The concerts starts @ 6:00 PM in the high school auditorium.  Admission is FREE.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Grilled cheese, goldfish, peas, apples, and milk.

 

There is Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal after school from 3 – 4.  All cast members are required to be at rehearsal.  The January rehearsal will be given out at this rehearsal.

 

Our Christmas concert will be this Thursday (December 17) starting at 6 PM in the High School auditorium. The concert will feature the RAMS Chorus, the RAMS Bell Choir, The High School Chorus, The High School Concert Band, and the High School Bell Choir. Everyone is invited to join us and admission is free.

 

Congratulations to the 7th grade boys’ basketball team on the win over Corry yesterday! The final score was 25-16.  Keep it up boys!

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their game is home against Westlake.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Don’t wait for the perfect moment, go and make that moment perfect.

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Nacho Bar, graham crackers, corn, mandarin oranges, pineapple, and milk.

 

Our Christmas concert will be this Thursday (December 17) starting at 6 PM in the High School auditorium. The concert will feature the RAMS Chorus, the RAMS Bell Choir, The High School Chorus, The High School Concert Band, and the High School Bell Choir. Everyone is invited to join us and admission is free.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Karlee Jacobs, Gr. 6 Anthony Strathman, and

Gr. 7 Dixie Lewis.  Sign-up for Student Lounge during your Intervention class today.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are home against Corry and good luck to the Wrestlers.  Their match is away at Northwestern.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Don’t wait for the perfect moment, go and make that moment perfect.

 

P.M.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, December 14, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken patty on bun, sweet potato fries, green beans, apples, craisins, and milk.

 

There is no rehearsal for Bye, Bye Birdie after school today.

 

Our Christmas concert will be this Thursday (December 17) starting at 6 PM in the High School auditorium. The concert will feature the RAMS Chorus, the RAMS Bell Choir, The High School Chorus, The High School Concert Band, and the High School Bell Choir. Everyone is invited to join us and admission is free.

 

Chief Rafferty has informed us that the Lake Street Bridge is closed for a reason and only the walkway is open for traffic.  Any student found loitering on the bridge or underneath will be arrested for Trespassing.

 

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Don’t wait for the perfect moment, go and make that moment perfect.

 

P.M.

 

There is no rehearsal for Bye, Bye Birdie after school today.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, December 11, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Choice of wraps, rice, carrots, juice, fruit cocktail, and milk.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their games are away against Seneca.  Players will be dismissed at 2:25.

 

A reminder that today is a PM Assembly for Q1 Honors Movie Incentive.  AM homeroom is 7:55 – 8:05 and Core 1 starts at 8:10.  Intervention class is at 12:45 – 2:50.  Students who are attending the movie are to report to the gym after attendance is taken in Intervention class.

 

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Ships don’t sink because of the water around them.  Ships sink because of the water that gets in them.  Don’t let what’s happening around you get inside your and weigh you down.

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, December 10, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potato with gravy, roll, lettuce, apples, and milk.

 

The Nurse’s Office will be closed today from 8:00 – 9:30 due to dental exams.

 

There is Bye , Bye Birdie rehearsal today, Thursday, Dec. 10, from 3 – 4 in the music room

 

TIS THE SEASON FOR GIVING!  Don’t forget to bring in food for the food drive to help our local food pantry.  Please bring in boxed meals, tuna fish, canned goods and canned fruit with a current sell by date and place them in a box in the front foyer.  The food drive will end on December 23rd.

 

All RAMS students are reminded that there will be a school dance on December 18th from 3:00-5:00 in the cafeteria.  More details to come.

 

Just a reminder that Honor Roll and High Honor Roll students are invited to attend a special showing of “Inside Out” at 12:45 in the gym tomorrow.  We will have a modified bell schedule that day so you will not miss any class time!  Please check the Honor Roll list in the cafeteria or your grade level hallways to see if you are attending.  See Miss Ratkowski with any questions!

 

Tomorrow is the last day to bring in your change for Austin.  The donation container is on the office counter.  Look for the blue butterfly.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Ships don’t sink because of the water around them.  Ships sink because of the water that gets in them.  Don’t let what’s happening around you get inside your and weigh you down.

 

 

P.M.

 

RAMS Drama club will rehearse in the RAMS music room from 3 – 4 today.

 

RAMS Bell Choir rehearsal today 3-4:30 pm.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chili cheese fries or yogurt plate, bean salad, bread, mixed fruit, and milk.

 

TIS THE SEASON FOR GIVING!  Don’t forget to bring in food for the food drive to help our local food pantry.  Please bring in boxed meals, tuna fish, canned goods and canned fruit with a current sell by date and place them in a box in the front foyer.  The food drive will end on December 23rd.

 

JP lessons today! The leadership skill of this month is having a positive attitude. Helping others, working hard, and smiling are ways to show a positive attitude. Enjoy the lessons today and think of different ways to demonstrate a positive attitude around others.

 

RAMS Drama club will rehearse in the RAMS music room from 3 – 4 today.

 

All RAMS students are reminded that there will be a school dance on December 18th from 3:00-5:00 in the cafeteria.  More details to come.

 

Just a reminder that Honor Roll and High Honor Roll students are invited to attend a special showing of “Inside Out” at 12:45 in the gym on Friday.  We will have a modified bell schedule that day so you will not miss any class time!  Please check the Honor Roll list in the cafeteria or your grade level hallways to see if you are attending.  See Miss Ratkowski with any questions!

 

RAMS Bell Choir rehearsal today 3-4:30 pm.

 

The donation container for Austin is on the office counter.  Look for the blue butterfly.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Ships don’t sink because of the water around them.  Ships sink because of the water that gets in them.  Don’t let what’s happening around you get inside your and weigh you down.

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken Parmesan, bread, broccoli, pears, and milk.

 

TIS THE SEASON FOR GIVING!  Don’t forget to bring in food for the food drive to help our local food pantry.  Please bring in boxed meals, tuna fish, canned goods and canned fruit with a current sell by date and place them in a box in the front foyer.  The food drive will end on December 23rd.

 

Student Council members are reminded about the meeting tomorrow morning at 7:30 in the conference room.  We will be working on our holiday dance plans.    All RAMS students are reminded that there will be a school dance on December 18th from 3:00-5:00 in the cafeteria.  More details to come.

 

Please announce in the AM for the reminder of the week:

 

Just a reminder that Honor Roll and High Honor Roll students are invited to attend a special showing of “Inside Out” at 12:45 in the gym on Friday.  We will have a modified bell schedule that day so you will not miss any class time!  Please check the Honor Roll list in the cafeteria or your grade level hallways to see if you are attending.  See Miss Ratkowski with any questions!

 

RAMS Bell Choir rehearsal this Wed. 3-4:30 pm.

 

The donation container for Austin is on the office counter.  Look for the blue butterfly.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th boys’ b.b. teams.  Their game is home against North East.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Ships don’t sink because of the water around them.  Ships sink because of the water that gets in them.  Don’t let what’s happening around you get inside your and weigh you down.

 

 

P.M.

 

Student Council members are reminded about the meeting tomorrow morning at 7:30 in the conference room.  We will be working on our holiday dance plans.    All RAMS students are reminded that there will be a school dance on December 18th from 3:00-5:00 in the cafeteria.  More details to come.

 

Please announce in the AM for the reminder of the week:

 

Just a reminder that Honor Roll and High Honor Roll students are invited to attend a special showing of “Inside Out” at 12:45 in the gym on Friday.  We will have a modified bell schedule that day so you will not miss any class time!  Please check the Honor Roll list in the cafeteria or your grade level hallways to see if you are attending.  See Miss Ratkowski with any questions!

 

RAMS PTO meeting is this Thursday, December 10th, 7:00PM in room 101.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, December 7, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Pretzel bun, popcorn, fruit, carrots, and milk.

 

TIS THE SEASON FOR GIVING!  With Christmas time fast approaching do you ever wonder “How can I give back and brighten Christmas for those in our community?”  Well, here is a way to bring a little extra joy to those in need right here in Girard and Lake City. The RAMS Community Awareness Group is sponsoring a food drive to help our local food pantry which currently supports over 200 families during the holiday season.  Please bring in boxed meals, tuna fish, canned goods and canned fruit with a current sell by date and place them in your grade level box in the front foyer.  The food drive will go from today, December 4th to December 23rd.

 

"Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much."

 

The RAMS Student Council is hosting a holiday dance, the Snowflake Extravaganza, on Friday December 18th from 3:00-5:00 in the cafeteria.  Save the date!!  More information to come. 

 

A reminder that on Friday, December 11th, we will be showing the movie “Inside Out” at 1:00 for all first quarter Honor Roll and High Honor Roll students.  Lists of Honor Rolls students are posted near the cafeteria, office, and in grade level hallways.  See Miss Ratkowski if you have any questions. 

 

Student Council members should report to the office conference room for a meeting at 7:30 on Wednesday morning. We will be working on our plans for the holiday dance.

 

Next Friday, December 11th, there will be a special showing of the movie “Inside Out” for all students who achieved Honor Roll or High Honor Roll during the 1st quarter.  We will have a modified bell schedule on that day and the movie will start at approximately 1:00.  If you are unsure if you received Honor Roll, lists of students qualifying will be posted near the office, cafeteria, and grade level hallways today so you can double-check.  Congratulations to all our Honor Roll students, and if you did not make it first quarter, keep working hard and there will be another special event next quarter!

 

RAMS Bell Choir rehearsal this Wed. 3-4:30 pm.

 

There is Bye, Bye Birdie rehearsal after school in the music room today from 3 to 4

 

Congratulations to the 7th grade boys’ basketball team on their win against Northwestern on Friday!  The final score was 42-26.  Great 1st game victory boys!!!

 

The donation container for Austin is on the office counter.  Look for the blue butterfly.

 

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Ships don’t sink because of the water around them.  Ships sink because of the water that gets in them.  Don’t let what’s happening around you get inside your and weigh you down.

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, December 4, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Max sticks with marinara, crackers, juice, vegetables, and milk.

 

TIS THE SEASON FOR GIVING!  With Christmas time fast approaching do you ever wonder “How can I give back and brighten Christmas for those in our community?”  Well, here is a way to bring a little extra joy to those in need right here in Girard and Lake City. The RAMS Community Awareness Group is sponsoring a food drive to help our local food pantry which currently supports over 200 families during the holiday season.  Please bring in boxed meals, tuna fish, canned goods and canned fruit with a current sell by date and place them in your grade level box in the front foyer.  The food drive will go from today, December 4th to December 23rd.

 

"Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much."

 

Next Friday, December 11th, there will be a special showing of the movie “Inside Out” for all students who achieved Honor Roll or High Honor Roll during the 1st quarter.  We will have a modified bell schedule on that day and the movie will start at approximately 1:00.  If you are unsure if you received Honor Roll, lists of students qualifying will be posted near the office, cafeteria, and grade level hallways today so you can double-check.  Congratulations to all our Honor Roll students, and if you did not make it first quarter, keep working hard and there will be another special event next quarter!

 

Attention 5th and 6th grade boys who signed up for boy’s mini-league.  Mini-league practice is tomorrow Saturday, December 5th at RAMS Gymnasium.  The start time is 10:00am – 11:15am.   Again the start time is 10:00am tomorrow at RAMS.

 

The donation container for Austin is on the office counter.  Look for the blue butterfly.

 

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Don’t let anyone dull your sparkle!!!

 

 

P.M.

 

Attention 5th and 6th grade boys who signed up for boy’s mini-league.  Mini-league practice is tomorrow Saturday, December 5th at RAMS Gymnasium.  The start time is 10:00am – 11:15am.   Again the start time is 10:00am tomorrow at RAMS.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, December 3, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, fries, breadstick, applesauce, carrots, and milk.

 

Auditions for the Talent Show will be held on December 8th from 3:00-4:00 in Mr. Beachly’s Room 104.  Permission slips are ready to be picked up in the office today, and they are due back by this Friday, December 4th.   Return the permission slips in to the office.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Don’t let anyone dull your sparkle!!!

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cheeseburger, sweet potato, celery, pears, and milk.

 

Auditions for the Talent Show will be held on December 8th from 3:00-4:00 in Mr. Beachly’s Room 104.  Permission slips are ready to be picked up in the office today, and they are due back by this Friday, December 4th.   Return the permission slips in to the office.

 

There is drama club rehearsal for Bye, Bye Birdie in the RAMS music room today from 3 – 4. 

 

Attention 5th and 6th grade boys who signed up for boy’s mini-league.  Mini-league practice is tonight Wednesday, December 2nd at Elk Valley Elementary Gymnasium.  The start time is 7:15pm – 8:30pm.   Again the start time is 7:15pm tonight.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Don’t let anyone dull your sparkle!!!

 

 

P.M.

 

There is drama club rehearsal for Bye, Bye Birdie in the RAMS music room today from 3 – 4. 

 

Attention 5th and 6th grade boys who signed up for boy’s mini-league.  Mini-league practice is tonight Wednesday, December 2nd at Elk Valley Elementary Gymnasium.  The start time is 7:15pm – 8:30pm.   Again the start time is 7:15pm tonight.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cooks Choice.

 

Attention all singers, dancers, actors, musicians, comedians, and talented students of RAMS.  On December 23rd, RAMS will be having their annual talent show.  We are searching for students who have an interest in performing their talent for the school.  Auditions will be held on December 8th from 3:00-4:00 in Mr. Beachly’s Room 104.  Please stop by the office starting tomorrow for talent show rules and the permission slip.  Return the permission slips in to the office.

 

Students attending the Breakfast of Champions should report to the cafeteria following announcements.  Congratulations to our 56 straight A students!

 

Student Council members interested in volunteering at the EVES Santa’s Secret Shop should report to the office for a permission slip.  Permission slips are due back to Miss Ratkowski by Wednesday. 

 

Don’t forget to turn in your PTO Spirit Wear forms w/payment on or before December 1st which is the day when we return from Thanksgiving break.

 

 

 

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, peaches, and milk.

 

Attention all singers, dancers, actors, musicians, comedians, and talented students of RAMS.  On December 23rd, RAMS will be having their annual talent show.  We are searching for students who have an interest in performing their talent for the school.  Auditions will be held on December 8th from 3:00-4:00 in Mr. Beachly’s Room 104.  Please stop by the office starting tomorrow for talent show rules and the permission slip.  Return the permission slips in to the office.

 

Student Council members interested in volunteering at the EVES Santa’s Secret Shop should report to the office for a permission slip.  Permission slips are due back to Miss Ratkowski by Wednesday. 

 

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

 

 

P.M.

 

The first quarter Breakfast of Champions will be held tomorrow morning after announcements in the cafeteria.  Congratulations to our straight A students!!

 

Tomorrow is the last day for the ‘Hoodie Drive’ so it’s not too late to bring in a hoodie tomorrow.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, November 23, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Meatball sub, broccoli, juice, and milk.

 

Attention Drama Club Members:

 The next rehearsal is today at 3 p.m. in the RAMS music room.

 

Reminder to 6th Grade Girls…If you are participating in the BayHawks Court of Dreams game on Saturday December 12.  Coach Britt needs your order forms and money ASAP!

 

PTO Spirit Wear forms and payment are due on or before December 1st.

 

Last day for the Hoodie Drive is this Wednesday.

 

Students -

Today begins the voting for your favorite Movember participant.  Look for the pictures in the cafeteria and place your spare change in the plastic coffee can next to your choice.

 

At the end of each day we will announce who is in the lead.  Remember all money donated goes to the Girard/Lake City food pantry that helps people in our own community.

 

Thank you for your participation by bringing in your spare change.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Gunner Bax, Gr. 6 Regina Sliker, and

Gr. 7 Julian Jefferson.  Sign-up in the office during your Intervention class today.

 

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, November 20, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Fiestada, carrots, banana, and milk.

 

Attention Drama Club Members:

 The next rehearsal is on Monday at 3 p.m. in the RAMS music room.

 

Attention 5th and 6th grade boys who signed up for boy’s mini-league.  Practice is tomorrow Saturday, November 7th at Elk Valley Elementary Gymnasium.  The start time is 11:15am – 12:30pm. If you haven’t signed up yet please show up tomorrow and to get registered.  Again the start time is 11:15am tomorrow at Elk Valley gymnasium.

 

Students

Wednesday before Thanksgiving bring in your spare change...your pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters to vote for your favorite Mo-vember participant.

 

Mug shots of the male faculty and staff members who are participating in the Mo-vember contest will be in the cafeteria.  You will be able to put your spare change in a container to vote for your favorite participant.

 

All money collected at the end of the contest will be donated to the Girard/Lake City food pantry to assist families in our community during the holiday season.

 

Start saving your change and keep encouraging all the Mo-vember participants.

 

The Hoodie Drive total is 106 donated hoodies!!!  Great job students, you have achieved the first goal of 100 hoodies!  Since we still have till November 25th to donate, let’s raise our goal to 150 hoodies.  Sixth grade has donated - 39, fifth grade - 35, seventh grade -19 and eighth grade - 13.

 

Our Boxtop winner for the month of November goes to Dustin Stevens.  Congratulations and report to the office for your prize.  Compliments from our PTO!!!  Don’t forget to put your name on the back of your boxtops before you put them in the containers.

 

Congratulations to our Quote of the Week winners:  Drew Huntley, Jalynne Martin, and Courtney Strain – you may report to the office to receive your passes.

 

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Don’t let people control you.  Be yourself..

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, November 19, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Turkey dinner, breadstick, apples, carrots, and milk.

 

Attention Student Council members:

There will be a  Student Council meeting on Friday morning at 7:30 in the office conference room.

 

Drama club rehearsal from 3 – 4 in music room today.

 

Students

Wednesday before Thanksgiving bring in your spare change...your pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters to vote for your favorite Mo-vember participant.

 

Mug shots of the male faculty and staff members who are participating in the Mo-vember contest will be in the cafeteria.  You will be able to put your spare change in a container to vote for your favorite participant.

 

All money collected at the end of the contest will be donated to the Girard/Lake City food pantry to assist families in our community during the holiday season.

 

Start saving your change and keep encouraging all the Mo-vember participants.

 

The PTO RAMS Spirit Wear forms are due on or before December 1st.

 

For the month of November, the Jacket Pride Community Awareness Group is sponsoring a Hoodie Drive.  Here is the challenge:  Let’s see which grade level can donate the most Clean, and Gently used hoodies.  Help us to be able to accomplish our goal to help keep the kids and adults of our community warm during the cold winter.  The drive starts today and ends the day before Thanksgiving break.  Bring in your Clean and Gently used hoodies and place them in your grade level box in the front foyer.  Thank you in advance for partnering with us.

 

Mentoring Program students are to report to the office to pick up your pass for today.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Nacho bar, graham crackers, corn, mandarin oranges, pineapples, and milk.

 

The first meeting for the Bye, Bye Birdie cast will take place at 3 p.m. in the GHS auditorium today.  There is a MANDATORY parent meeting at 5 p.m.  Please make sure that a parent or a guardian can attend the meeting--important information will be discussed. 

 

Attention Student Council members:

There will be a  Student Council meeting on Friday morning at 7:30 in the office conference room.

 

Students

Today and Wednesday before Thanksgiving bring in your spare change...your pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters to vote for your favorite Mo-vember participant.

 

Mug shots of the male faculty and staff members who are participating in the Mo-vember contest will be in the cafeteria.  You will be able to put your spare change in a container to vote for your favorite participant.

 

All money collected at the end of the contest will be donated to the Girard/Lake City food pantry to assist families in our community during the holiday season.

 

Start saving your change and keep encouraging all the Mo-vember participants.

 

For the month of November, the Jacket Pride Community Awareness Group is sponsoring a Hoodie Drive.  Here is the challenge:  Let’s see which grade level can donate the most Clean, and Gently used hoodies.  Help us to be able to accomplish our goal to help keep the kids and adults of our community warm during the cold winter.  The drive starts today and ends the day before Thanksgiving break.  Bring in your Clean and Gently used hoodies and place them in your grade level box in the front foyer.  Thank you in advance for partnering with us.

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Don’t let people control you.  Be yourself..

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, November 16, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken on patty bun, sweet potato fries, green beans, apples, craisins, and milk.

 

The first meeting for the Bye, Bye Birdie cast will take place at 3 p.m. in the GHS auditorium on Tuesday, November 17.  There is a MANDATORY parent meeting at 5 p.m.  Please make sure that a parent or a guardian can attend the meeting--important information will be discussed. 

 

Don’t forget to bring in your clean and gently used Hoodies.  Place them in the grade level boxes outside the office.  The Hoodie Drive ends November 25th.

 

Attention 7th grader boys trying out for the 7th grade basketball team.  First practice is tonight at 5:30pm – 7:30pm at RAMS GYMNASIUM.

 

Students

Today, Tuesday and Wednesday before Thanksgiving bring in your spare change...your pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters to vote for your favorite Mo-vember participant.

 

Mug shots of the male faculty and staff members who are participating in the Mo-vember contest will be in the cafeteria.  You will be able to put your spare change in a container to vote for your favorite participant.

 

All money collected at the end of the contest will be donated to the Girard/Lake City food pantry to assist families in our community during the holiday season.

 

Start saving your change and keep encouraging all the Mo-vember participants.

 

The PTO RAMS Spirit Wear sale begins today.  You will receive the flyer to take home during PM homeroom today.  All orders with payment are due in the office on or before Tuesday.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Zane Snyder-Scott, Gr. 6 Taylor Williams, and

Gr. 7 Gabe Hansen.  You may sign-up for Student Lounge during your Intervention class today.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

 

P.M.

 

Help us to accomplish our goal to help keep the kids and adults of our community warm during the cold winter months.  Bring in your clean and gently used hoodies for our Hoodie Drive.  Grade level boxes are outside the office to put your hoodies in. 

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, November 13, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Choice of wraps, rice, carrots, juice, fruit cocktail, and milk.

 

Our Quote winners for this week are:  Gr. 5 Keagen Elion, Gr. 6 Karissa Peebles, Gr. 7 Avery Hickman.  Congrats and report to the office after the announments to receive your prize.

 

Attention to all those who auditioned for Bye Bye Birdie:

 

The cast list will be posted in PM Homeroom today.

 

Flashlight Tag is tonight.  Forms are in the office.

 

Don’t forget to bring in your clean and gently used Hoodies.  Place them in the grade level boxes outside the office.  The Hoodie Drive ends November 25th.

 

Attention all 7th grade boys interested in playing on the 7th grade boys basketball teams, there will be open gym after school today, from 3:00pm-4:30pm in RAMS gymnasium.

 

Students

On the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday before Thanksgiving bring in your spare change...your pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters to vote for your favorite Mo-vember participant.

 

Mug shots of the male faculty and staff members who are participating in the Mo-vember contest will be in the cafeteria.  You will be able to put your spare change in a container to vote for your favorite participant.

 

All money collected at the end of the contest will be donated to the Girard/Lake City food pantry to assist families in our community during the holiday season.

 

Start saving your change and keep encouraging all the Mo-vember participants.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Never sacrifice who you are just because someone has a problem with it.  People may dislike you for being different and not living by society’s standards, but deep down, they wish they had the courage to do the same.

 

P.M.

 

Last call to get your Flashlight Tag forms for tonight.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, November 12, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potato and gravy, roll, lettuce, apples, and milk.

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday.  Forms are in the office.

 

The vocal auditions for Bye, Bye Birdie will be held today at GHS from 3 – 5 p.m.  You must have your signed audition form with you today if you did not have it on Tuesday.  If you were not at Tuesday’s dance camp, you cannot audition today.  The requirements were clearly stated that you must attend both days.

 

6th grade Mentoring Program will run from 9:50 until 10:40 today.  Please leave class by 9:45 to get to the music room.  We will have are normal group and lunch session.  Students are to pick up your pass in the office on the table.

 

The November Boxtops Basket drawing is Friday, November 20th.

 

There is a PTO meeting tonight @ 7:00 PM in Room 101.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Never sacrifice who you are just because someone has a problem with it.  People may dislike you for being different and not living by society’s standards, but deep down, they wish they had the courage to do the same.

 

P.M.

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday.  Forms are in the office.

 

There is a PTO meeting tonight @ 7:00 PM in Room 101.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chili cheese fries or yogurt plate, bean salad, bread, mixed fruit, and milk.

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday.  Forms are in the office.

 

The 7th grade boys’ basketball team will have open gym from 5 to 7 at RAMS today.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Never sacrifice who you are just because someone has a problem with it.  People may dislike you for being different and not living by society’s standards, but deep down, they wish they had the courage to do the same.

 

P.M.

 

Flashlight Tag is this Friday.  Forms are in the office.

 

The 7th grade boys’ basketball team will have open gym from 5 to 7 at RAMS today.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken parmesan, bread, broccoli, pears, and milk.

 

During your lunch, please take a moment to sign the Veteran’s Day banner in support of our Vets.  You can’t miss it….it’s the giant white banner that says “I Pledge Allegiance”.  Those three powerful words, plus the signatures of our whole student body will show that we are proud to be Americans and proud of our troops!

 

Tomorrow is our Veterans Day Assembly.  Due to renovations we are not able to invite Veterans to our assembly.  Please show your patriotism and wear Red, White, and Blue tomorrow.

 

Today is the dance and acting auditions for Bye, Bye Birdie.  The auditions will be held from 3 to 5 at the GHS auditorium.  You must have a signed audition from your parent/guardian.  In order to be considered for casting, you must attend the dance camp today AND the vocal auditions on Thursday.  If you do not attend both auditions, we CANNOT consider you for a part in the show.

 

1. Classroom doors – Permission granted yesterday by Dr. Tracy to make an exception for RAMS given the circumstances with construction, ventilation, odors, etc…  Doors may be open, BUT MUST BE IN THE LOCKED POSITION. 

 

2.  The GSD SCHOOL BOARD has decided to purchase carpeting for the corridors at RAMS at last night’s workshop!  J

 

3.  Effective tomorrow, Wednesday, November 11, 2015… we will be using our new route all the way across the third floor to get from one end of the building to the other.  

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Katelynd Baughman, Gr. 6 Courtney McDonald, and Gr. 7 Shawn Sullivan.  Sign-up during your Intervention class in the office.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Never sacrifice who you are just because someone has a problem with it.  People may dislike you for being different and not living by society’s standards, but deep down, they wish they had the courage to do the same.

 

P.M.

 

Hoodie Drive is until November 25th.  Help us accomplish our goal to help keep the kids and adults of our community warm during the cold winter months.  Please bring in your clean and gently used hoodies

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, November 9, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Pretzel bun, popcorn, fruit, carrots, and milk.

 

During your lunch, please take a moment to sign the Veteran’s Day banner in support of our Vets.  You can’t miss it….it’s the giant white banner that says “I Pledge Allegiance”.  Those three powerful words, plus the signatures of our whole student body will show that we are proud to be Americans and proud of our troops!

 

This Wednesday is our Veterans Day Assembly.  Due to renovations we are not able to invite Veterans to our assembly.  Please show your patriotism and wear Red, White, and Blue on Wednesday.

 

There is a vocal camp at the GHS Auditorium today from 3 - 4 p.m.  Anyone wishing to learn their audition song is asked to attend.

 

Attention boys in 5th & 6th grade:  There will be an open gym for boys interested in playing on the 5th or 6th grade Traveling basketball teams today, 4-6, at Elk Valley Elementary School.

 

Attention all 7th grade boys interested in playing on the 7th grade boys basketball teams, there will be open gym tonight, from 5:00pm-7:00pm in RAMS gymnasium.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

Never sacrifice who you are just because someone has a problem with it.  People may dislike you for being different and not living by society’s standards, but deep down, they wish they had the courage to do the same.

 

P.M.

 

Attention boys in 5th & 6th grade:  There will be an open gym for boys interested in playing on the 5th or 6th grade Traveling basketball teams on today, 4-6, at Elk Valley Elementary School.

 

Attention all 7th grade boys interested in playing on the 7th grade boys basketball teams, there will be open gym tonight, from 5:00pm-7:00pm in RAMS gymnasium.

 

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, November 6, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Max sticks with marinara, cracker, juice, vegetable, and milk.

 

Attention 5th and 6th grade boys who signed up for boy’s mini-league.  Practice is tomorrow Saturday, November 7th at Elk Valley Elementary Gymnasium.  The start time is 11:15am – 12:30pm. If you haven’t signed up yet please show up tomorrow and to get registered.  Again the start time is 11:15am tomorrow at Elk Valley gymnasium.

 

There is a vocal camp at the GHS Auditorium on Monday, November 9 from 3 - 4 p.m.  Anyone wishing to learn their audition song is asked to attend.

 

Congratulations our QUOTE winners for this week are:  Kacie Dunn, April Connick, Taylor Reichard.  Stop down to the office to receive your prize.

 

Students...are you noticing many of the male faculty and staff members looking different this week?

 

It is Mo-vember...a month when guys grow facial hair to raise awareness for men's health and other community events.

 

Watch your favorite male faculty and staff member participate in Mo-vember.  Then during the week of Thanksgiving you will have a chance to vote for who you like the best.  Listen for more details next week.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

When people talk behind your back they are behind you for a reason.

 

 

P.M.

 

Attention 5th and 6th grade boys who signed up for boy’s mini-league.  Practice is tomorrow Saturday, November 7th at Elk Valley Elementary Gymnasium.  The start time is 11:15am – 12:30pm. If you haven’t signed up yet please show up tomorrow and to get registered.  Again the start time is 11:15am tomorrow at Elk Valley gymnasium.

 

Attention boys in 5th & 6th grade: There will be an open gym for boys interested in playing on the 5th or 6th grade basketball teams on Monday, 4-6, at Elk Valley Elementary School.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, November 5, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, fries, breadstick, applesauce, carrots, and milk.

 

Anybody who was unable to attend the dance camp is asked to see Mr. Hlebik or Ms. McConnell in fifth grade to get the information packet that was given out.

 

RAMS November Hoodie Drive:  Donate all Clean and Gently Used Hoodies that you do not wear to RAMS.

 

There is a vocal camp at the GHS Auditorium on Monday, November 9 from 3 - 4 p.m.  Anyone wishing to learn their audition song is asked to attend.

 

Mrs. Donnelly’s Lego League team:   practice is today - same time:  3- 4:15.

 

Grade 6 Caps and Gowns students are to report to the office to pick up your pass for today.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

When people talk behind your back they are behind you for a reason.

 

 

P.M.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cheeseburger, tator tots, celery, pears, and milk.

 

Miss Ratkowski needs to see all Student Council members for a quick, five-minute meeting in the main foyer immediately after announcements. 

 

Anybody who was unable to attend the dance camp is asked to see Mr. Hlebik or Ms. McConnell in fifth grade to get the information packet that was given out.

 

There is a vocal camp at the GHS Auditorium on Monday, November 9 from 3 - 4 p.m.  Anyone wishing to learn their audition song is asked to attend.

 

Mrs. Donnelly’s Lego League team:

Practice change:  Wednesday’s practice has changed to Thursday November 5, 2015.  Same time:  3- 4:15.

 

Attention all 7th grade boys interested in playing on the 7th grade boys basketball teams, there will be open gym tonight, from 5:00pm-7:00pm in RAMS gymnasium.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

When people talk behind your back they are behind you for a reason.

 

 

P.M.

 

Mrs. Donnelly’s Lego League team:

Practice change:  Wednesday practice changed to Thursday November 5, 2015.  Same time:  3- 4:15.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Taco in a bag, corn, pineapple, and milk.

 

Attention RAMS Drama Club Members:  There will be a Dance Camp today from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the GHS Auditorium.  Any RAMS students interested in auditioning for Bye, Bye Birdie are encouraged to attend the dance camp to learn the steps for the dance audition.  Information packets and audition forms will also be given out on that day.

 

Mrs. Donnelly’s Lego League team:

Practice change:  Wednesday’s practice has changed to Thursday November 5, 2015.  Same time:  3- 4:15.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

When people talk behind your back they are behind you for a reason.

 

 

P.M.

 

Mrs. Donnelly’s Lego League team:

Practice change:  Wednesday practice changed to Thursday November 5, 2015.  Same time:  3- 4:15.

 

Attention RAMS Drama Club Members:  There will be a Dance Camp today from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the GHS Auditorium.  Any RAMS students interested in auditioning for Bye, Bye Birdie are encouraged to attend the dance camp to learn the steps for the dance audition.  Information packets and audition forms will also be given out on that day.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, November 2, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Breakfast for lunch or PB&J, goldfish, carrot, applesauce, and milk.

 

Clocks are not correct if you haven’t noticed already.  Clocks should reset today at 12 noon.  Please see that your respective grade levels plan accordingly until clocks are correct.

Attention all boys in 5th and 6th grade interested in playing basketball,

 

There will be sign-ups tonight Monday, November 2nd from 6:00pm-8:00pm at Girard High School Gymnasium for all boys in 5th  & 6th  grade interested in playing mini-league basketball.   You can pick up registration forms in the main office.

 

Attention all 7th and 8th grade boys interested in playing on the 7th and 8th grade boys basketball teams, there will be open gym after school today, from 3:00-4:30pm in RAMS gymnasium.

 

Attention RAMS Drama Club Members:  There will be a Dance Camp on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the GHS Auditorium.  Any RAMS students interested in auditioning for Bye, Bye Birdie are encouraged to attend the dance camp to learn the steps for the dance audition.  Information packets and audition forms will also be given out on that day.

 

Don’t forget to submit your drawing for the yearbook cover to the office.  The deadline is Friday, November 13th.

 

Welcome to Movember.  Movember is a nationally recognized event that happens in November.  Men are encouraged to grow facial hair to raise awareness for men’s health, to get moving in life, and other community activities.  The male faculty and staff members here at RAMS will be participating in Movember from today until Thanksgiving vacation.  On the three days before vacation students will have a chance to vote for their favorite ‘Movember’ participant in the cafeteria during lunch.  Listen to the announcements for details on how you can vote.  

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Kacie Dunn, Gr. 6 Tyler Hoopsick,

Gr. 7 Aubrey Rude.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge w/you and sign-up in the office during your Intervention class today.

 

 

JACKET PRIDE QUOTE OF THE WEEK

 

When people talk behind your back they are behind you for a reason.

 

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, October 30, 2015

 

A.M.

 

The quote winners for this week are:  Claire Carstater, Angel Cordero, Gabi Emerson, please come down to the office to pick up your passes.

 

Lunch:  Stuffed pizza crust, fresh vegetables, fruit, and milk.

 

Attention all boys in 5th and 6th grade interested in playing basketball,

There will be sign-ups tomorrow Saturday October 31st, starting at 10:00am-Noon and Monday, November 2nd from 6:00pm-8:00pm at Girard High School Gymnasium for all boys in 5th & 6th  grade interested in playing mini-league basketball.   You can pick up registration forms in the main office.

 

Today is the last day of Red Ribbon Week and it is “Say BOO to Drugs” day.  I hope you are wearing your costume!  The following students should come to the office to claim their sheetz gift card if they are dressed in costume:

 

Nickolas Payne

Quincy Marino

Kaydence Anderson

 

Also, any creative students who are interested in participating in a Red Ribbon Week poster contest through the PA Liquor Control Board should come to the office for an information sheet and entry guidelines.  You could win a cash prize and be invited to Harrisburg if your poster is chosen as the best in the state for your grade level.  Good luck!

 

Attention RAMS Drama Club Members:  There will be a Dance Camp on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the GHS Auditorium.  Any RAMS students interested in auditioning for Bye, Bye Birdie are encouraged to attend the dance camp to learn the steps for the dance audition.  Information packets and audition forms will also be given out on that day.

 

Don’t forget to submit your drawing for the yearbook cover to the office.  The deadline is Friday, November 13th.

 

Congratulations to our PTO Fundraiser winners for the Erie City Books:  $50.00 gift card winners:  Gr. 5 Abe Keep, Gr. 6 Lauren Koma, Gr. 7 Rhiannon Straw, Gr. 8 Sydney Wetzel and the overall top seller winner for $100.00 goes to Lauren Koma.  We will call you at the end of the day come to the office to pick up your gift cards.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, October 29, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, roll, apples, beans, and milk.

 

Today is Color War Against Drugs day.  Hope you remembered to wear your grade-level color.  The following students should come to the office to claim their Sheetz gift card if they are dressed in the right color:

 

Logan Smith

Anthony Strathmann

Autumn Napierkowski

 

Tomorrow is Say BOO to Drug day – don’t forget your costume!

 

Also, any creative students who are interested in participating in a Red Ribbon Week poster contest through the PA Liquor Control Board should come to the office for an information sheet and entry guidelines.  You could win a cash prize and be invited to Harrisburg if your poster is chosen as the best in the state for your grade level.  Good luck!

 

Students who attend the Student Lounges’ are reminded to put games and music back in their cases before you leave the lounge.

 

Attention RAMS Drama Club Members:  There will be a Dance Camp on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the GHS Auditorium.  Any RAMS students interested in auditioning for Bye, Bye Birdie are encouraged to attend the dance camp to learn the steps for the dance audition.  Information packets and audition forms will also be given out on that day.

 

Attention all 7th and 8th grade boys interested in playing on the 7th and 8th grade boys basketball teams, there will be open gym tonight, from 6:00pm-7:30pm in RAMS gymnasium.

 

Don’t forget to submit your drawing for the yearbook cover to the office.  The deadline is Friday, November 13th.

 

6th grade mentoring students are to report to the office to pick up your pass for today.

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Spaghetti with meat sauce, bread, salad, apples, and milk.

 

The Nurse’s Office is closed until 9:15 this morning.

 

If you have a PTO Erie City envelope or book in your locker, please send it down to the office.

 

Today is I MUSTACHE You To Stay Drug Free Day!  Hope you are wearing your mustache!  Miss Ratkowski will announce the winners of the Sheetz gift card during your grade level Red Ribbon Week presentations.  Tomorrow is Color War Against Drugs!  Grade 5 wear Red, Grade 6 wear Yellow, Grade 7 wear Blue, Faculty and staff wear green!

 

Also, Student Council members are reminded that there is a meeting tomorrow morning in the conference room at 7:30.

 

Attention RAMS Drama Club Members:  There will be a Dance Camp on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the GHS Auditorium.  Any RAMS students interested in auditioning for Bye, Bye Birdie are encouraged to attend the dance camp to learn the steps for the dance audition.  Information packets and audition forms will also be given out on that day.

 

Good luck to the Cross Country team as they race for the D-10 Championship @ Union City.

 

Good luck to the football team – their last game is away against Corry.

 

 

P.M.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, peaches, and milk.

 

If you have a PTO Erie City envelope or book in your locker, please send it down to the office.

 

Today is Tackle out Drugs day.  The following students should come to the office to claim their Sheetz gift card if they are wearing their team gear:

 

Carleigh Hanna

Susie Douglas

Joshua Hess

 

Tomorrow is “I MUSTACHE you to stay drug free” day.  Wear your mustache!!

 

Also, in honor of Red Ribbon Week, tomorrow all students will be receiving a special presentation about drug free lifestyles by Mrs. Davina Knight from Coalition Pathways.  All students should report to the gym during their Unified Arts tomorrow!

 

Student Council members:  there will be a meeting at 7:30 in the office conference room on Thursday, October 29.  Bring decorating ideas for Veteran’s Day!

 

Attention RAMS Drama Club Members:  There will be a Dance Camp on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the GHS Auditorium.  Any RAMS students interested in auditioning for Bye, Bye Birdie are encouraged to attend the dance camp to learn the steps for the dance audition.  Information packets and audition forms will also be given out on that day.

 

 

P.M.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, October 26, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Meatball sub, broccoli, juice, and milk.

 

If your PTO Fundraiser envelope is in your locker, please bring it down to the office as we are tying up the lose ends of the sale.

 

Today marks the beginning of Red Ribbon Week and it is also “Put a Cap on Drugs” day.  The following students’ names were randomly chosen and they should report to the office to claim their Sheetz gift card if they are wearing a hat for the theme:

                Grade 5                                Angela Beitz

                Grade 6                                Andrew Marcy

                Grade 7                                Austin Barrett

 

We also have special Red Ribbon messages this week from Student Council members.  Today we have a message from Abby Sherman and Jeremy Lazar.

 

Tomorrow is Tackle Out Drugs Day….wear your favorite team gear!

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Coreaa Barnhart, Gr. 6 Lauren Warner,

Gr. 7 Jordan Schell.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge w/you and sign up in the office during your Intervention class today.

 

The yearbook cover contest starts today:  if you would like to participate, please put your drawing on 8 ½ by 11 white paper and submit the drawing to the office.

 

 

P.M.

 

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, October 23, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Fiestada, carrots, banana, and milk.

 

The yearbook cover contest starts today:  if you would like to participate, please put your drawing on 8 ½ by 11 white paper and submit the drawing to the office.

 

Don’t forget about our Red Ribbon Week dress up theme days.  One student name from each grade level will randomly be called each day next week.  If your name is called and you are dressed up according to the theme, you will win a Sheetz gift card!  Here’s what to wear:

 

                Monday:  Put a cap on drugs – wear a fun hat

                Tuesday:  Tackle out drugs – wear a jersey or other team gear

                Wednesday:  I MUSTACHE you to stay drug free – wear a mustache  (real or fake) J

                Thursday:  Color War against drugs

                                Grade 5 – Wear Red

                                Grade 6 – Wear Yellow

                                Grade 7 – Wear Blue

                                Faculty and Staff – Wear Green

                Friday – Say Boo to drugs – Wear a costume

 

Cross County will race on Saturday for the D-10 Championship @ Union City.  Good Luck to all!!!!

 

The Boxtops Basket winner goes to Dyna Osborne.  Come on down to see your prize.

 

Big Victory for the 7th & 8th football team – they defeated Northwestern yesterday.  Good job everyone!!!!

 

 

P.M.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, October 22, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, fries, breadstick, applesauce, carrots, celery, and milk.

 

Positive Quote for the Week

 

·        A negative mind will never give you a positive result.

If you had a positive quote placed in your locker yesterday, please put your name on the back and place it in your grade level container in the cafeteria.  Names will be drawn Friday for the prizes.

 

Don’t forget about our Red Ribbon Week dress up theme days.  One student name from each grade level will randomly be called each day next week.  If your name is called and you are dressed up according to the theme, you will win a Sheetz gift card!  Here’s what to wear:

 

                Monday:  Put a cap on drugs – wear a fun hat

                Tuesday:  Tackle out drugs – wear a jersey or other team gear

                Wednesday:  I MUSTACHE you to stay drug free – wear a mustache  (real or fake) J

                Thursday:  Color War against drugs

                                Grade 5 – Wear Red

                                Grade 6 – Wear Yellow

                                Grade 7 – Wear Blue

                                Faculty and Staff – Wear Green

                Friday – Say Boo to drugs – Wear a costume

 

Tomorrow is our Box top Basket drawing.  If you brought in box tops you might be a winner!!!

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th football team.  They will be hosting Northwestern today at 4:30 and good luck to the 7th & 8th girls’ b.b. teams.  Their tournaments start tonight – 7th is @ Seneca and 8th is @ North East.

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  grilled cheese or peanut butter and jelly sandwich, goldfish, peas, fruit cocktail, apples, and milk.

 

This Thursday is picture re-takes and Club/Sport pictures.  Forms for Re-takes are in the office.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th football team.  Their game is home against Iroquois.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th girls’ b.b. team.  Their game is away at Fort LeBoeuf.  Players will be dismissed today at 2:15.

 

 

P.M.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  nacho bar, graham crackers, corn, mandarin oranges, pineapple, and milk..

 

Laptop Etiquette and Safety:

 

Students should not have their laptops open while walking the hallways here at RAMS. Students have been seen not paying attention walking to and from class, going to the and from the cafeteria, and leaving PM homeroom for the day to go home because they are looking at the screen on their laptops. When you are walking and paying attention to your surroundings this is when accidents occur. Be respectful and dependable – close your laptops at all times when walking the hallways.

 

Teachers please help out with this expectation and see that all students close their laptops prior to leaving your classrooms.

 

Friday, October 30th  is Custom Day for Halloween.  Fliers are posted in the hallways.  There is no Halloween dance.

 

This Thursday is picture re-takes and Club/Sport pictures.  Forms for Re-takes are in the office.

 

There are fliers in the office for any student interested in the Penn State Behrend – College for Kids program.

 

Big victory for our 7th grade girls’ b.b.  They defeated Corry last night 36 – 0.  Great job girls!!!

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, October 16, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Choice of wraps, rice, carrots, juice, fruit cocktail, and milk.

 

Reminder to Students:  For Chromebook issues - Ms. Eberle’s office does not open until 7:25 when the bell rings.

 

Congrats to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Coreaa Barnhart, Gr. 6 Grace Wortman,

Gr. 7 Ryan Snyder.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge w/you and sign-up w/Mrs. McConnell, in the office, during your Intervention Class today.

 

This Saturday the Cross Country team will race at the Rocky Grove Inv. @ 2 Mile Run Park.  Good Luck!!!

 

Congratulations to the 6th grade girls in their win last night against Northwestern. The girls head to OLP this weekend for a tournament.  Their game tonight is at 6:15.  Good Luck Ladies!!  Coach says remember to wear yellow and be there by 5:45!!

 

 

 

P.M.

 

Last call for Flashlight Tag fliers.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, October 15, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potato and gravy, roll, lettuce, apples, and milk.

 

This Friday is Flashlight Tag for grades 6 to 8th.  Permission slips are in the office.

 

There will be a short meeting during Intervention for all 5th grade boys who are interested in playing 5th grade boys spring soccer in the cafeteria tomorrow.

 

Today RAMS will be participating in the Shakeout! At 10:15 all student will be asked to follow the directives of the classroom teacher.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th girls’ b.b. team.  Their game is away against Northwestern.   You are to be dismissed when Bus Riders are called.

 

 

P.M.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chili Cheese Fries or Yogurt Plate, Bean Salad, Bread, Mixed Fruit, and Milk.

 

Attention teachers and students:  If you see small pieces of blue tape stuck in unusual places please leave them be. They mark items on the punch list that contractors need to address.

 

Attention Student Council members:  Our first meeting will be held on Friday, October 16th in the office conference room from 7:30 until the start of homeroom.  Please report to the office at 7:30 and you will be pointed in the right direction.  If you are unable to attend, please see Miss Ratkowski.

 

There will be a meeting for the RAMS drama club at 3 p.m. in the high school auditorium today.  Those interested in being in the show are asked to attend.  Music will be given out so you can start practicing.

 

This Friday is Flashlight Tag for grades 6 to 8th.  Permission slips are in the office.

 

Come out and support the 7th & 8th football team.  Their game is home against General McLane.  Good luck!!!

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken parmesan, bread, broccoli, pears, and milk.

 

Attention teachers and students:  If you see small pieces of blue tape stuck in unusual places please leave them be. They mark items on the punch list that contractors need to address.

 

Students may use electronic devices in the hallways in the morning. Cell phone need to be turned off and in your locker.

 

Wi-fi access is now available in the cafeteria.

 

The Girard 6th grade girls had a big win against the General McLane Lancers last night 22-20!! Way to go girls!! The girls play tonight against the Walnut Creek Wildcats at 6:15...Good Luck Ladies!!

 

There will be a meeting for the RAMS drama club at 3 p.m. in the auditorium on Wednesday, Oct. 14.  Those interested in being in the show are asked to attend.  Music will be given out so you can start practicing.

 

Support out PTO and turn in your box tops.  Also, don’t forget to turn in pop tabs as they support the Ronald McDonald house for Pittsburgh Children’s hospital.

 

Congratulations to the 6th grade girls’ b.b. team.  The defeated Westlake last night 21 – 18.  Good job girls!!!!

 

RAMS Cross Country Team raced at Harborcreek on Saturday.  Cassie Carr medaled for 8th place, Amelia Marino medaled for 25th, Megan Wassong, Isabella Mizuba, Ryan Billie and Chris Clawson also raced.

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week.  Gr. 5 Rosabella Criscione, Gr. 6 Tori Williams,

Gr. 7 Ryan Graves.

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Friday, October 9, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Max Sticks with Marinara, crackers, juice, vegetables, and milk.

 

Students may use electronic devices in the hallways in the morning.  Cell phones need to be turned off and in your locker.

 

Students are reminded to turn in your PTO fundraiser envelopes to your homeroom teacher.

 

The Girard vs. Fairview football game is this Friday.  It is our annual Coaches vs. Cancer game….we will be charging an extra dollar to get into the game…..adults will be charged $5, and students will be charged $3….all proceeds ($1 from each ticket) will be donated to cancer research and to people suffering from this disease.

 

REMINDER to STUDENTS:   backpacks/bags are NOT allowed at the football game.

 

A REMINDER FROM OUR NURSEStudents are not permitted to bring any medications to school with them unless they have approval from the School Nurse.   Two pills were found in the 5th grade hallway on the floor. Again, Students are not permitted to carry or bring medication to school.

 

There will be a meeting for both RAMS at 3 p.m. in the auditorium on Wednesday, Oct. 14.  Those interested in being in the show are asked to attend.  Music will be given out so you can start practicing.

 

Congratulations to the 6th grade girls’ b.b. team.  The defeated Westlake last night 21 – 18.  Good job girls!!!!

 

Good luck to the Cross Country team.  They will race on Saturday at the Harborcreek Inv. @ Harborcreek.

 

 

P.M.

 

There is no school for students on Monday. 

For Tonight, Tues. and Weds.  Both a.m. and p.m. announcements

 

There will be a meeting for the RAMS Drama Club at 3 p.m. in the auditorium on Wednesday, Oct. 14.  Those interested in being in the show are asked to attend.  Music will be given out so you can start practicing.

 

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th girls’ b.b. team.  Their game is Monday @ General McLane.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, October 8, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, fries, breadstick, applesauce, carrots, and milk.

 

We will be firing up the boiler today.  You may smell an odor when this happens.  If you have any concerns, please contact the office.

 

Today is the day for Student Council elections.  You will be voting during Intervention when instructed to do so by your Intervention teacher.  Grades 6 and 7 will use their Chromebooks, log into their gmail accounts and complete the ballot that has been shared to your inbox. Grade 7 must complete the ballot labeled “Correction”.    Do not complete this prior to Intervention.  Grade 5 will complete a paper ballot.  Winners will be announced on Friday.  Good luck to all who are running.  Remember to be respectful and supportive to all your classmates who put forth the effort to run in the election.

 

Students may use electronic devices in the hallways in the morning.  Cell phones need to be turned off and in your locker.

 

Picture re-take Day is Thursday, October 22nd.  Club and fall sport pictures will also be taken on this day.  Forms are available in the office.

 

Students are reminded to turn in your PTO fundraiser envelopes to your homeroom teacher.

 

Read Wednesday and Friday:  The Girard vs. Fairview football game is this Friday.  It is our annual Coaches vs. Cancer game….we will be charging an extra dollar to get into the game…..adults will be charged $5, and students will be charged $3….all proceeds ($1 from each ticket) will be donated to cancer research and to people suffering from this disease.

 

REMINDER to STUDENTS:   backpacks/bags are NOT allowed at the football game.

 

A REMINDER FROM OUR NURSEStudents are not permitted to bring any medications to school with them unless they have approval from the School Nurse.   Two pills were found in the 5th grade hallway on the floor. Again, Students are not permitted to carry or bring medication to school.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th girls’ b.b. teams.  Their games are away against Westlake.  Girls will be dismissed today at 2:15.

 

Congrats to our 6th grade girls’ b.b. team.  They took 2nd place at the Girard Invitational this past weekend. 

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Cheeseburger, tator-tots, celery, pears, and milk.

 

Student Council elections will be held on Thursday.  Each grade level has a display of posters in their hall with all the students who are running to be elected for Student Council representative.  Every student will be voting for the four students they would like to represent their grade level, so take a moment to check out your grade level’s posters and see who is running!

 

Picture re-take Day is Thursday, October 22nd.  Club and fall sport pictures will also be taken on this day.  Forms are available in the office.

 

This Thursday Mrs. Marsh and Mrs. Keep from the café will be handing out fliers in the morning regarding the ‘Grab and Go Breakfast’ which will go in effect next Wednesday.  If anyone would like more information on the breakfast they can stop down and see anyone in the cafeteria.

 

Students are reminded to turn in your PTO fundraiser envelopes to your homeroom teacher.

 

Read Wednesday and  Friday:  The Girard vs. Fairview football game is this Friday.  It is our annual Coaches vs. Cancer game….we will be charging an extra dollar to get into the game…..adults will be charged $5, and students will be charged $3….all proceeds ($1 from each ticket) will be donated to cancer research and to people suffering from this disease.

 

REMINDER to STUDENTS:   backpacks/bags are NOT allowed at the football game.

 

The Nurse’s Office will be closed this morning from 8:00- 9:00.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th f.b. team.  Their game is away at Northwestern.  Players will be dismissed today at 2:15.

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Taco in a bag, corn, pineapple, and milk.

 

Student Council elections will be held on Thursday.  Each grade level has a display of posters in their hall with all the students who are running to be elected for Student Council representative.  Every student will be voting for the four students they would like to represent their grade level, so take a moment to check out your grade level’s posters and see who is running!

 

Congratulations to our JP Card winners for this week:  Gr. 5 Aaron Bechdel, Gr. 6 Bethany James,

Gr. 7  Cheyenne Taylor.  Find a friend to go to the Student Lounge w/you and sign up in the office w/Mrs. McConnell during your Intervention class today.

 

Students are reminded to turn in your PTO fundraiser envelopes to your homeroom teacher.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th girls’ b.b. teams.  Their games are home against the Fairview Tigers.

 

 

Read Wednesday and  Friday:  The Girard vs. Fairview football game is this Friday.  It is our annual Coaches vs. Cancer game….we will be charging an extra dollar to get into the game…..adults will be charged $5, and students will be charged $3….all proceeds ($1 from each ticket) will be donated to cancer research and to people suffering from this disease.

 

REMINDER to STUDENTS:   backpacks/bags are NOT allowed at the football game.

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Monday, October 5, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Breakfast for lunch or PB & J, goldfish, carrots, applesauce, and milk.

 

The 6th grade girls defeated the JS Wilson girls Friday night to improve their record to 9-1.

 

The Girard vs. Fairview football game is this Friday.  It is our annual Coaches vs. Cancer game….we will be charging an extra dollar to get into the game…..adults will be charged $5, and students will be charged $3….all proceeds ($1 from each ticket) will be donated to cancer research and to people suffering from this disease.

 

REMINDER to STUDENTS:   backpacks/bags are NOT allowed at the football game.

 

RAMS Cross Country team raced at Cochranton on Saturday.  Cassie Carr medaled for 17th, Amelia Marino for 36th.  Also, Isabella Mizuba and Megan Wassong raced.  In the boys’  Ryan Billie and Chris Clawson raced.

 

 

P.M.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, October 1, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, roll, apples, beans, and milk.

 

7th grade students in the Gifted program should meet Mrs. Church outside of the music suite at the start of Intervention today.

 

Students interested in running for Student Council representative must turn in their completed application to Miss Ratkowski by the end of the day on Friday. 

 

Save Around Books for the PTO fundraiser are due in on this tomorrow, October 2nd.

 

Vote for a chance to win the box tops Halloween basket by writing your name on each box top, and then drop it into one of the castle buckets located in the cafeteria.  The winner will be announced on Friday,

October 23rd.

 

Today is the first meeting for the 6th grade Mentoring Program.  Students selected will be called down to the office after announcements to pick up your pass.  Students will report to Mrs. Service’s room during Unified Arts class @ 11:09.

 

Ms. Eberle is out of the building until 11:00 today.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th grade girls’ b.b. teams.  Their games are away at JS Wilson.  Girls will be dismissed today at 2:25.

 

 

P.M.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  

 

Students interested in running for Student Council representative must turn in their completed application to Miss Ratkowski by the end of the day on Friday. 

 

RAMS Bell Choir rehearsal is today, immediately after school, in the High School Band Room.

 

Save Around Books for the PTO fundraiser are due in on this Friday, October 2nd.

 

Vote for a chance to win the box tops Halloween basket by writing your name on each box top, and then drop it into one of the castle buckets located in the cafeteria.  The winner will be announced on Friday,

October 23rd.

 

This Thursday is the first meeting for the 6th grade Mentoring Program.  Students selected are to report to

Mrs. Service’s room during Unified Arts class @ 11:09.

 

 

P.M.

 

 

This Thursday is the first meeting for the 6th grade Mentoring Program.  Students selected are to report to

Mrs. Service’s room during Unified Arts class @ 11:09.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, peaches, and milk.

 

Save Around Books for the PTO fundraiser are due in on this Friday, October 2nd.

 

Vote for a chance to win the box tops Halloween basket by writing your name on each box top, and then drop it into one of the castle buckets located in the cafeteria.  The winner will be announced on Friday,

October 23rd.

 

Good luck to the Cross Country team.  Their meet is at home against General McLane, Fairview, and Mercyhurst Prep.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th girls’ b.b. teams.  Their games are home against Iroquois.

 

 

P.M.

 

The 7th grade field trip to sail on the Niagara is cancelled for Wednesday and Thursday due to the weather.  We will reschedule in May.

 

This Thursday is the first meeting for the 6th grade Mentoring Program.  Students selected are to report to

Mrs. Service’s room during Unified Arts class @ 11:09.

 


THERE IS NO PARENT LUNCH DAY IS YEAR DUE TO NO PARKING AVAILABLE.  HOWEVER, YOU MAY HAVE LUNCH WITH YOUR CHILD/REN ON THEIR BIRTHDAY.  IF YOUR CHILD'S BIRTHDAY IS IN THE SUMMER, PLEASE PICK A DAY CONVENIENT FOR YOU.  PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE TO INFORM THEM THE DAY YOU WILL BE COMING FOR LUNCH.


THANKS!


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Thursday, September 24, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Chicken nuggets, fries, breadstick, applesauce, carrots, celery, and milk.

 

REMINDER:  6th grade mentoring papers are to be turned in by this Friday.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th girls’ b.b. teams.  Their games are home against Seneca.

 

 

P.M.

 

RED/GOLD to support Homecoming

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

 

A.M.

 

Lunch:  Grilled cheese or peanut butter and jelly sandwich, goldfish, peas, fruit cocktail, apples and milk.

 

There are no book bags allowed in any athletic events.

 

There will be an informational meeting of the RAMS Drama Club today from 3 to 4 at the GHS Auditorium.  Information about this year’s show will be presented.

 

Good luck to the 7th & 8th football team.  Their game is away against Walnut Creek.  Players will be dismissed at 2:15.

 

 

P.M.