Friday, March 13

UNDEFEATED. Congratulations to the 7th Grade Red Girls Basketball team. The Lady Bulldogs brought home the hardware after winning both the A and B championship games last night against Yorkville . The victories capped an undefeated season for both teams. They finished the year with a combined record of 26-0 with 4 tournament championships. Way to go Bulldogs.

Congratulations to the 8th Grade Girls Basketball Red Teams. This year the girls won the Kaneland Tournament, the JayStream Tournament, and last night both teams add two conference championships! Great job ladies!

Attention Bowlers – there is no Bowling club today – please go home on the bus!
There is no bowling Club today!

Today’s the day! Check your email for the March Madness link to record your reading minutes. We’ll announce the teams with the most reading minutes on Monday. Remember the top two teams at the end of the competition will be in free throw contest for prizes. Help your team out for next week and read a good book over the weekend.

Breakfast Book Club will meet Tuesday morning in the LRC. Please bring a book to share and book talk and $5 for the new next book too! See you on Tuesday!!

Tennis Club is starting April 7th if anyone is interested in joining you can pick up a form from Student Services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room 231. All levels of play are welcome.

Dancers-Clinics for Batavia Dance Team are this Monday and Wednesday from 6 to 7:30 pm. Cost is 5 dollars per clinic. This is a great way to improve skill set for tryouts. Hope to see you there!
Applications are in the Athletic Office and are due by March 19th.
Any questions regarding clinics or tryouts please contact Coach Fuqua.

Thursday, March 12

Attention all 7th and 8th grade students interested in competing in Track and Field. Practice starts Wednesday, March 18th. Information packets are available for pickup:
8th Grade Boys and Girls please see Ms. Schmitt (in the 8th Grade wing)
7th Grade Boys please see Mrs. Fricot (in the 6th Grade wing)
7th Grade Girls please see Mrs. Powell (in the Exploratory wing)

If you have any questions stop by Coach Thomas’ room 225.

Dancers-Clinics for Batavia Dance Team are this Monday and Wednesday from 6 to 7:30 pm. Cost is 5 dollars per clinic. This is a great way to improve skill set for tryouts. Hope to see you there!
Applications are in the Athletic Office and are due by March 19th.
Any questions regarding clinics or tryouts please contact Coach Fuqua.

Tennis Club is starting April 7th if anyone is interested in joining you can pick up a form from Student Services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room 231. All levels of play are welcome.

Attention Teachers, Please take a few minutes and meet with your respective grade level teams and nominate students for our Dazzle DAWG recognition. We want to recognize as many great students as possible at the end of the month at our Dazzle Dawg Breakfast.

The 2020 Battle of the Books had the Finals last night and The Barbarian Kings 5.0 won first place again this year!! Congrats Liam, Kyle, Ethan and Brendan!!! Second place went to 7th grade team Grey Glossary Wolves, Third place to a 6th grade team, The Billy Dillys and Fourth place goes to 6th grade Team Emaneon. Congrats to all!

Wednesday, March 11

Attention all 7th and 8th grade students interested in competing in Track and Field. Practice starts Wednesday, March 18th. Information packets are available for pickup:
8th Grade Boys and Girls please see Ms. Schmitt (in the 8th Grade wing)
7th Grade Boys please see Mrs. Fricot (in the 6th Grade wing)
7th Grade Girls please see Mrs. Powell (in the Exploratory wing)

If you have any questions stop by Coach Thomas’ room 225.

Are you feeling a little crazy? Maybe a little mad? Then you are ready for the March Madness reading contest. Help your team out by reading as much as you can the month of March and you and your team may have an opportunity at a basketball tournament where you can win prizes! Stop by the library and stock up on some great books and read, read, read!

Dancers-Clinics for Batavia Dance Team are this Monday and Wednesday from 6 to 7:30 pm. Cost is 5 dollars per clinic. This is a great way to improve skill set for tryouts. Hope to see you there!
Applications are in the Athletic Office and are due by March 19th.
Any questions regarding clinics or tryouts please contact Coach Fuqua.

Remember that Wired for Math will not meet today. Good luck on your tests.

Tennis Club is starting April 7th if anyone is interested in joining you can pick up a form from Student Services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room 231. All levels of play are welcome.

Attention Teachers, Please take a few minutes and meet with your respective grade level teams and nominate students for our Dazzle DAWG recognition. We want to recognize as many great students as possible at the end of the month at our Dazzle Dawg Breakfast.

The votes are in and the Red Carpet book of the year has been voted on by the academy…or the students!!! 6th and 7th grade readers voted as best book…The Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus. And 8th grade voted best book as Scythe. You can still come to the LRC and nominate books for next years red carpet list!

The 2020 Battle of the Books had the Finals last night and The Barbarian Kings 5.0 won first place again this year!! Congrats Liam, Kyle, Ethan and Brendan!!! Second place went to 7th grade team Grey Glossary Wolves, Third place to a 6th grade team, The Billy Dillys and Fourth place goes to 6th grade Team Emaneon. Congrats to all!

8th grade girls basketball won last night advancing to the Semi Finals! Come out and cheer them on today after school – Game Time is 4:15 here at Rotolo!! Gooooooooooooo Bulldogs!!

Tuesday, March 10

Attention all 7th and 8th grade students interested in competing in Track and Field. Practice starts Wednesday, March 18th. Information packets are available for pickup:
8th Grade Boys and Girls please see Ms. Schmitt (in the 8th Grade wing)
7th Grade Boys please see Mrs. Fricot (in the 6th Grade wing)
7th Grade Girls please see Mrs. Powell (in the Exploratory wing)

If you have any questions stop by Coach Thomas’ room 225.

Are you feeling a little crazy? Maybe a little mad? Then you are ready for the March Madness reading contest. Help your team out by reading as much as you can the month of March and you and your team may have an opportunity at a basketball tournament where you can win prizes! Stop by the library and stock up on some great books and read, read, read!

Dancers-Clinics for Batavia Dance Team are this Monday and Wednesday from 6 to 7:30 pm. Cost is 5 dollars per clinic. This is a great way to improve skill set for tryouts. Hope to see you there!
Applications are in the Athletic Office and are due by March 19th.
Any questions regarding clinics or tryouts please contact Coach Fuqua.

Remember that Wired for Math will not meet today. Good luck on your tests.

Tennis Club is starting April 7th if anyone is interested in joining you can pick up a form from Student Services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room 231. All levels of play are welcome.

Attention Teachers, Please take a few minutes and meet with your respective grade level teams and nominate students for our Dazzle DAWG recognition. We want to recognize as many great students as possible at the end of the month at our Dazzle Dawg Breakfast.

The votes are in and the Red Carpet book of the year has been voted on by the academy…or the students!!! 6th and 7th grade readers voted as best book…The Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus. And 8th grade voted best book as Scythe. You can still come to the LRC and nominate books for next years red carpet list!

Monday, March 9

Tomorrow is Fitness Day!! Please make sure you are drinking plenty of fluids today and tomorrow. Also, make sure you eat well tonight and tomorrow. Your body needs fluids and energy to work properly every day, but especially if you are doing something that your body is not use to. If you do not nourish or hydrate your body properly you will end up not feeling well. Don’t get us wrong, we love to see your smiling faces, but not because of something that could have been avoided. Make it a great day!!

Attention all 7th and 8th grade students interested in competing in Track and Field. Practice starts Wednesday, March 18th. Information packets are available for pickup:
8th Grade Boys and Girls please see Ms. Schmitt (in the 8th Grade wing)
7th Grade Boys please see Mrs. Fricot (in the 6th Grade wing)
7th Grade Girls please see Mrs. Powell (in the Exploratory wing)

If you have any questions stop by Coach Thomas’ room 225.

Are you feeling a little crazy? Maybe a little mad? Then you are ready for the March Madness reading contest. Help your team out by reading as much as you can the month of March and you and your team may have an opportunity at a basketball tournament where you can win prizes! Stop by the library and stock up on some great books and read, read, read!

If you participated in the Red Carpet Reads, today is your last day to vote for your favorite of the 20 books! You were sent a Google form to last week to vote and to nominate book titles for next years red carpet reads event!
The winner for this year will be announced on Wednesday? Hmm what will it be???

Tomorrow night is the FINALS for Battle of the Books! Come out at 5pm in the LRC and support these students who made it to the finals, Kalvin Wolff, Grace Nelson, Emme Strawniak, sarah alf, Madeline Skonie, Emma Skonie, Heather Miller, Elizabeth Rio, Olivia Gephart, Sarah Katz, Liam Storie, Ethan Storie, Brendan Blair and Kyle Holzman. Good luck all.

Wired for Math will not meet this week or next week due to testing. Enjoy your extra hour of daylight this Wednesday and we will see you in 2 weeks.

Dancers-Clinics for Batavia Dance Team are this Monday and Wednesday from 6 to 7:30 pm. Cost is 5 dollars per clinic. This is a great way to improve skill set for tryouts. Hope to see you there!
Applications are in the Athletic Office and are due by March 19th.
Any questions regarding clinics or tryouts please contact Coach Fuqua.

Tennis Club is starting April 7th if anyone is interested in joining you can pick up a form from Student Services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room 231. All levels of play are welcome.

Friday, March 6

8th grade dancers interested in trying out for the Batavia Dance Team for next year please pick up a tryout application in the front office.
Clinics begin next week. Monday and Wednesday at the high school. Please read posters around school for details or email Coach Fuqua. HOPE TO SEE DANCERS GET INVOLVED AND REPRESENT THEIR BULLDOGS!

Attention all 7th and 8th grade students interested in competing in Track and Field. Practice starts Wednesday, March 18th. Information packets are available for pickup:
8th Grade Boys and Girls please see Ms. Schmitt (in the 8th Grade wing)
7th Grade Boys please see Mrs. Fricot (in the 6th Grade wing)
7th Grade Girls please see Mrs. Powell (in the Exploratory wing)

If you have any questions stop by Coach Thomas’ room 225.

Any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade girls interested in softball spring training, please stop by student services to pick up a flyer. First day of spring training is THIS Sunday! See Mrs. Rosmonowski in Room 217 if you have any questions.

Cold and Flu season is upon us! Please remember to wash your hands!! This is the most effective and easiest way to not get sick or spread germs. Always wash your hands before eating and after using the bathroom. Also, cover your sneeze and/or cough with your elbow. Another way to stop the spread of germs into your own body is to keep your unwashed hands away from the T zone. This is the area where germs enter your body – the eyes, nose and mouth. Let’s try and make RMS the healthiest we can.

Attention All Bulldog Fans!!! Come out and cheer on your Batavia High School Varisty Boys Basketball Team tonight!! They take on Glenbard East at Willowbrook High School for the Regional Championship at 7:00pm. Tickets are $5 to get in. GOOOOOOO BULLDOGS!!!

Thursday, March 5

Tomorrow is Cardio Day! Please make sure you are drinking plenty of fluids today and tomorrow. Also, make sure you eat well tonight and tomorrow. Your body needs fluids and energy to work properly every day, but especially if you are doing something that your body is not use to. If you do not nourish or hydrate your body properly you will end up not feeling well. Don’t get us wrong, we love to see your smiling faces, but not because of something that could have been avoided. Make it a great day!!

8th grade dancers interested in trying out for the Batavia Dance Team for next year please pick up a tryout application in the front office.
Clinics begin next week. Monday and Wednesday at the high school. Please read posters around school for details or email Coach Fuqua. HOPE TO SEE DANCERS GET INVOLVED AND REPRESENT THEIR BULLDOGS!

Attention all 7th and 8th grade students interested in competing in Track and Field. Practice starts Wednesday, March 18th. Information packets are available for pickup:
8th Grade Boys and Girls please see Ms. Schmitt (in the 8th Grade wing)
7th Grade Boys please see Mrs. Fricot (in the 6th Grade wing)
7th Grade Girls please see Mrs. Powell (in the Exploratory wing)

If you have any questions stop by Coach Thomas’ room 225.

Middle School Mystery Night is back!! Challenge your friends to a life-size game of clue based on characters from popular series like Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Percy Jackson, and more. On March 13 from 6:30-9 pm, enjoy pizza, time with your friends and more in the Library after it’s closed.To guarantee your spot, please call or register at the Youth Services Desk at the Batavia Library . A signed parental form and $3 per participant are due at registration.

Any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade girls interested in softball spring training, please stop by student services to pick up a flyer. First day of spring training is THIS Sunday! See Mrs. Rosmonowski in Room 217 if you have any questions.

Cold and Flu season is upon us! Please remember to wash your hands!! This is the most effective and easiest way to not get sick or spread germs. Always wash your hands before eating and after using the bathroom. Also, cover your sneeze and/or cough with your elbow. Another way to stop the spread of germs into your own body is to keep your unwashed hands away from the T zone. This is the area where germs enter your body – the eyes, nose and mouth. Let’s try and make RMS the healthiest we can.

Wednesday, March 4

8th grade dancers interested in trying out for the Batavia Dance Team for next year please pick up a tryout application in the front office.
Clinics begin next week. Monday and Wednesday at the high school. Please read posters around school for details or email Coach Fuqua. HOPE TO SEE DANCERS GET INVOLVED AND REPRESENT THEIR BULLDOGS!

We have 16 students competing in the IMSA Junior High Math Contest today! Best of luck to you and Go Math!

Attention all 7th and 8th grade students interested in competing in Track and Field. Practice starts Wednesday, March 18th. Information packets are available for pickup:
8th Grade Boys and Girls please see Ms. Schmitt (in the 8th Grade wing)
7th Grade Boys please see Mrs. Fricot (in the 6th Grade wing)
7th Grade Girls please see Mrs. Powell (in the Exploratory wing)

If you have any questions stop by Coach Thomas’ room 225.

Middle School Mystery Night is back!! Challenge your friends to a life-size game of clue based on characters from popular series like Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Percy Jackson, and more. On March 13 from 6:30-9 pm, enjoy pizza, time with your friends and more in the Library after it’s closed.To guarantee your spot, please call or register at the Youth Services Desk at the Batavia Library . A signed parental form and $3 per participant are due at registration.

The Red Carpet Reads has come to an end and the tallies are in! Wow! Mrs. Wolf’s seventh grade ELA classes blew the other classes out of the water with reading the red carpet nominees! They tallied 112 books ! Way to go Mrs. WOlf’s students! Mrs Embury’s classes came in second with 85 red carpet books read! Way to go Miss Embury students! The students who participated in these Wolf and Embury classes will get a special LRC reward! Students who participated in reading these nominees will get to vote for the best 2020 Red Carpet book. Look for a Red Carpet Google form in your email this week! And the nominee for best RMS book of the year goes to…….find out soon!

Any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade girls interested in softball spring training, please stop by student services to pick up a flyer. First day of spring training is THIS Sunday! See Mrs. Rosmonowski in Room 217 if you have any questions.

Attention RMS Student Council members: Our meeting scheduled for this afternoon is cancelled. Please get on the bus and go home. We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting on Wednesday, March 18th.

Cold and Flu season is upon us! Please remember to wash your hands!! This is the most effective and easiest way to not get sick or spread germs. Always wash your hands before eating and after using the bathroom. Also, cover your sneeze and/or cough with your elbow. Another way to stop the spread of germs into your own body is to keep your unwashed hands away from the T zone. This is the area where germs enter your body – the eyes, nose and mouth. Let’s try and make RMS the healthiest we can.

 

Tuesday, March 3

8th grade dancers interested in trying out for the Batavia Dance Team for next year please pick up a tryout application in the front office.
Clinics begin next week. Monday and Wednesday at the high school. Please read posters around school for details or email Coach Fuqua. HOPE TO SEE DANCERS GET INVOLVED AND REPRESENT THEIR BULLDOGS!

Attention all 7th and 8th grade students interested in competing in Track and Field. Practice starts Wednesday, March 18th. Information packets are available for pickup:
8th Grade Boys please see Mr. Montgomery (in the 6th Grade wing)
8th Grade Girls please see Ms. Schmitt (in the 8th Grade wing)
7th Grade Boys please see Mrs. Fricot (in the 6th Grade wing)
7th Grade Girls please see Mrs. Powell (in the Exploratory wing)

If you have any questions stop by Coach Thomas’ room 225.

The Red Carpet Reads has come to an end and the tallies are in! Wow! Mrs. Wolf’s seventh grade ELA classes blew the other classes out of the water with reading the red carpet nominees! They tallied 112 books ! Way to go Mrs. WOlf’s students! Mrs Embury’s classes came in second with 85 red carpet books read! Way to go Miss Embury students! The students who participated in these Wolf and Embury classes will get a special LRC reward! Students who participated in reading these nominees will get to vote for the best 2020 Red Carpet book. Look for a Red Carpet Google form in your email this week! And the nominee for best RMS book of the year goes to…….find out soon!

Any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade girls interested in softball spring training, please stop by student services to pick up a flyer. First day of spring training is THIS Sunday! See Mrs. Rosmonowski in Room 217 if you have any questions.

Cold and Flu season is upon us! Please remember to wash your hands!! This is the most effective and easiest way to not get sick or spread germs. Always wash your hands before eating and after using the bathroom. Also, cover your sneeze and/or cough with your elbow. Another way to stop the spread of germs into your own body is to keep your unwashed hands away from the T zone. This is the area where germs enter your body – the eyes, nose and mouth. Let’s try and make RMS the healthiest we can.

Monday, March 2

8th grade dancers interested in trying out for the Batavia Dance Team for next year please pick up a tryout application in the front office.
Clinics begin next week. Monday and Wednesday at the high school. Please read posters around school for details or email Coach Fuqua. HOPE TO SEE DANCERS GET INVOLVED AND REPRESENT THEIR BULLDOGS!

Attention all 7th and 8th grade students interested in competing in Track and Field. Practice starts Wednesday, March 18th. Information packets are available for pickup:
8th Grade Boys please see Mr. Montgomery (in the 6th Grade wing)
8th Grade Girls please see Ms. Schmitt (in the 8th Grade wing)
7th Grade Boys please see Mrs. Fricot (in the 6th Grade wing)
7th Grade Girls please see Mrs. Powell (in the Exploratory wing)

If you have any questions stop by Coach Thomas’ room 225.

Thursday, February 27

Thursday is the last day to turn in Red Carpet responses! We have an important announcement! The first …two students to read all 20 Read Carpet titles. are… 7th grader John Kuharik and 6th grader Sara Alf Congratulations John and Sara. They will receive their trophies next week.

The Battle of the Books Finals is coming soon and we have our 5 teams going to the finals!! Yes…this year five teams are going to the Finals!! Here are the teams that will compete on March 10 at 5pm in the LRC! You can come and root them on. 6ht grade Teams Billy Dilly and Team Emanon,
8th grade team The Barbarian Kings 5.0, and 7th grade teams,The Wild Witty Wolves and Team Grey Glossary Wolves!

Art club is cancelled for today. So sorry!! See you next week!

Wednesday, February 26

Come get your heargram! Send a cool origami heart with a message to your friends this week. Buy them in the cafeteria in the morning and at lunch this week for only a dollar. Proceeds go to the Haiti Center for Inclusive Education.

Thursday is the last day to turn in Red Carpet responses! We have an important announcement! The first …two students to read all 20 Read Carpet titles. are… 7th grader John Kuharik and 6th grader Sara Alf Congratulations John and Sara. They will receive their trophies next week.

The Battle of the Books Finals is coming soon and we have our 5 teams going to the finals!! Yes…this year five teams are going to the Finals!! Here are the teams that will compete on March 10 at 5pm in the LRC! You can come and root them on. 6ht grade Teams Billy Dilly and Team Emanon,
8th grade team The Barbarian Kings 5.0, and 7th grade teams,The Wild Witty Wolves and Team Grey Glossary Wolves!

 

Tuesday, February 25

LAST CALL, I REPEAT – LAST CALL!!! TODAY is the last day we are accepting pre-orders for the 2019-202 yearbook! Don’t delay – order yours today! Orders can be placed through Power School or Jostens.com. A limited quantity of extras will be ordered and they will sell quickly – place your order to guarantee you will have a book this May and kick off summer break the right way with yearbook signing! Repeat, TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO PRE-ORDER A YEARBOOK!

Come get your heargram! Send a cool origami heart with a message to your friends this week. Buy them in the cafeteria in the morning and at lunch this week for only a dollar. Proceeds go to the Haiti Center for Inclusive Education.

Monday, February 24

Attention all students: Did you know that TOMORROW is the last day we are accepting pre-orders for the 2019-202 yearbook?! Don’t delay – order yours today! Orders can be placed through Power School or Jostens.com. Check this off your list and be ready for yearbook signing in May!

Come get your heargram! Send a cool origami heart with a message to your friends this week. Buy them in the cafeteria in the morning and at lunch this week for only a dollar. Proceeds go to the Haiti Center for Inclusive Education.

Congratulations to the 7 RED Girls Basketball team for winning the Kaneland Harter Tournament. So far this year the girls are a combined 18-0 with two tournament championships. Special shout-out goes to Hallie Crane for being awarded tourney MVP. Way to go girls!

Friday, February 21

6th Gr. Students, Got BARK Tags burning a hole in your pockets? Well we have the answer for you. Bring your BARK Tags to the Cafeteria this Friday and be prepared to shop. BARK-It-Market will be open during both A and B Lunches on the 21st.

Attention Staff, the Dazzle Dawg Breakfast for the month of February has been postponed. We will combine those students nominated as Dazzle Dawgs during the month of February with those nominated in March. Teachers and grade level teams, please take some time to nominate those students who demonstrate BARK traits during the month of March. Let’s celebrate all the great things our kids are doing prior to Spring Break!

Have a Heart for Haiti! Help support the Haiti Center for Inclusive Education by purchasing an origami heart and adding your personal message to be sent to a friend. Heartgrams can be purchased next week before school and at lunch for a dollar.

Good Morning!!!

Please make sure to join us for Bowling today 2/21 if you are interested! We will meet in room 111, Mrs. Oswald’s room right after school and leave for Funway! Be sure you remember your money to bowl and for any snacks you want! Hope to see you later!

Attention all students: Did you know that in less than a week, orders for the 2019-202 yearbook will close?! Don’t delay – order yours today! Orders can be placed through Power School or Jostens.com. Don’t miss out on all of the awesome memories!

Thursday, February 20

Attention Staff, the Dazzle Dawg Breakfast for the month of February has been postponed. We will combine those students nominated as Dazzle Dawgs during the month of February with those nominated in March. Teachers and grade level teams, please take some time to nominate those students who demonstrate BARK traits during the month of March. Let’s celebrate all the great things our kids are doing prior to Spring Break!

Have a Heart for Haiti! Help support the Haiti Center for Inclusive Education by purchasing an origami heart and adding your personal message to be sent to a friend. Heartgrams can be purchased next week before school and at lunch for a dollar.

Good Morning!!!

Please make sure to join us for Bowling this Friday 2/21 if you are interested! We will meet in room 111, Mrs. Oswald’s room right after school and leave for Funway! Be sure you remember your money to bowl and for any snacks you want! See you Friday!

Wednesday, February 19

The Battle of the Books Teacher team champions for 2020 are the team 6th Sense with 6th grade ELA teachers, Miss Kanaris, Miss Lynch , Miss Embury and Mrs. Rios! Make sure you congratulate them when you see them. These teachers will get gift certificates to the May book fair!
The student battle of the books teams will battle it out on Thursday morning at 7:40am in the LRC. Come and watch! This competition will decide what 4 teams will go to the Finals! Good luck teams!

6th Gr. Students, Got BARK Tags burning a hole in your pockets? Well we have the answer for you. Bring your BARK Tags to the Cafeteria this Friday and be prepared to shop. BARK-It-Market will be open during both A and B Lunches on the 21st.

Attention Staff, the Dazzle Dawg Breakfast for the month of February has been postponed. We will combine those students nominated as Dazzle Dawgs during the month of February with those nominated in March. Teachers and grade level teams, please take some time to nominate those students who demonstrate BARK traits during the month of March. Let’s celebrate all the great things our kids are doing prior to Spring Break!

There will be no art club this week. Again, no art club this week. See you next week!!

Have a Heart for Haiti! Help support the Haiti Center for Inclusive Education by purchasing an origami heart and adding your personal message to be sent to a friend. Heartgrams can be purchased next week before school and at lunch for a dollar.

Friday, February 14

Teachers Please send all EL Students to the library at this time for Access Testing

Thursday, February 13

Breakfast Book Club will meet Tuesday February 18th in the LRC! We will be discussing the book Greetings from the Witness Protection Program.

Knock Knock. Who’s there? Bea. Bea who? Bea my Valentine!!

Do you want to get in the spirit for a LOVE-ly Valentine’s day? If the answer was yes, Student Council has the perfect spirit week planned for you!

Monday, February 10, is superhero day! Wear anything to show off your favorite superhero!

Tuesday, February 11, is yellow and gold day! Wear yellow or gold to represent pediatric cancer awareness.

Wednesday, February 12, is heart day! Wear something red, white, pink or something with hearts.

Thursday, February 13, is sports day! Wear Jerseys, hats, or shirts to represent your favorite sport or team.

Finally, Friday, February 14, is cozy day. Wear sweatpants, sweatshirts, leggings, or sweaters for a comfy half day.

 

Wednesday, February 12

Knock Knock. Who’s there? Bea. Bea who? Bea my Valentine!!

Do you want to get in the spirit for a LOVE-ly Valentine’s day? If the answer was yes, Student Council has the perfect spirit week planned for you!

Monday, February 10, is superhero day! Wear anything to show off your favorite superhero!

Tuesday, February 11, is yellow and gold day! Wear yellow or gold to represent pediatric cancer awareness.

Wednesday, February 12, is heart day! Wear something red, white, pink or something with hearts.

Thursday, February 13, is sports day! Wear Jerseys, hats, or shirts to represent your favorite sport or team.

Finally, Friday, February 14, is cozy day. Wear sweatpants, sweatshirts, leggings, or sweaters for a comfy half day.

 

Breakfast Book Club will meet Tuesday February 18th in the LRC! We will be discussing the book Greetings from the Witness Protection Program

Equality club is meeting this week, Wednesday, after school in room 703. *Repeat statement

Tuesday, February 11

Knock Knock. Who’s there? Bea. Bea who? Bea my Valentine!!

Do you want to get in the spirit for a LOVE-ly Valentine’s day? If the answer was yes, Student Council has the perfect spirit week planned for you!

Monday, February 10, is superhero day! Wear anything to show off your favorite superhero!

Tuesday, February 11, is yellow and gold day! Wear yellow or gold to represent pediatric cancer awareness.

Wednesday, February 12, is heart day! Wear something red, white, pink or something with hearts.

Thursday, February 13, is sports day! Wear Jerseys, hats, or shirts to represent your favorite sport or team.

Finally, Friday, February 14, is cozy day. Wear sweatpants, sweatshirts, leggings, or sweaters for a comfy half day.

 

The Battle of the Books Semi finals will be Wednesday morning in the LRC at 7:40! Come see the top 8 teams compete!!

Equality club is meeting this week, Wednesday, after school in room 703. *Repeat statement

The end of Red Carpet Reads is just around the corner. Are you reading towards the movie ticket, the Red box coupon or even the trophy? Get your responses in by February 27th! Look at the display outside the LRC and see whose ELA class has blown everyone out of the running for the top Red carpet readers so far!

Monday, February 10

Knock Knock. Who’s there? Bea. Bea who? Bea my Valentine!!

Do you want to get in the spirit for a LOVE-ly Valentine’s day? If the answer was yes, Student Council has the perfect spirit week planned for you!

Monday, February 10, is superhero day! Wear anything to show off your favorite superhero!

Tuesday, February 11, is yellow and gold day! Wear yellow or gold to represent pediatric cancer awareness.

Wednesday, February 12, is heart day! Wear something red, white, pink or something with hearts.

Thursday, February 13, is sports day! Wear Jerseys, hats, or shirts to represent your favorite sport or team.

Finally, Friday, February 14, is cozy day. Wear sweatpants, sweatshirts, leggings, or sweaters for a comfy half day.

The end of Red Carpet Reads is just around the corner. Are you reading towards the movie ticket, the Red box coupon or even the trophy? Get your responses in by February 27th! Look at the display outside the LRC and see whose ELA class has blown everyone out of the running for the top Red carpet readers so far!

 

Congratulations to the two top teacher teams that will battle it our this week for Battle of the Books! The Wonton Rebellion with mr. Carlson, Mrs. Rosmonkowski, Mrs. Breon and Miss Schmitt verses The 6th Sense with mrs. Rios, Miss Lynch, Miss Embury and Miss Kanaris!! Who will be the top 2020 Teacher team??

Friday, February 7

Knock Knock. Who’s there? Bea. Bea who? Bea my Valentine!!

Do you want to get in the spirit for a LOVE-ly Valentine’s day? If the answer was yes, Student Council has the perfect spirit week planned for you!

Monday, February 10, is superhero day! Wear anything to show off your favorite superhero!

Tuesday, February 11, is yellow and gold day! Wear yellow or gold to represent pediatric cancer awareness.

Wednesday, February 12, is heart day! Wear something red, white, pink or something with hearts.

Thursday, February 13, is sports day! Wear Jerseys, hats, or shirts to represent your favorite sport or team.

Finally, Friday, February 14, is cozy day. Wear sweatpants, sweatshirts, leggings, or sweaters for a comfy half day.

 

Thursday, February 6

No Builders Club today after school – I repeat No Builders Club today after school Meeting will be rescheduled for a later date.

 

Knock Knock. Who’s there? Bea. Bea who? Bea my Valentine!!

Do you want to get in the spirit for a LOVE-ly Valentine’s day? If the answer was yes, Student Council has the perfect spirit week planned for you!

Monday, February 10, is superhero day! Wear anything to show off your favorite superhero!

Tuesday, February 11, is yellow and gold day! Wear yellow or gold to represent pediatric cancer awareness.

Wednesday, February 12, is heart day! Wear something red, white, pink or something with hearts.

Thursday, February 13, is sports day! Wear Jerseys, hats, or shirts to represent your favorite sport or team.

Finally, Friday, February 14, is cozy day. Wear sweatpants, sweatshirts, leggings, or sweaters for a comfy half day.

 

Wednesday, February 5

And now for Sports – Girls Basketball Home Opener – Both 7th & 8th Girl teams won last night against Thompson!! Also 8th Grade Boys State team won last night and advanced to the regional championship game tomorrow night at Barrington! Goooooo BULLDOGS!!!!

The Fab Lab will be closed for the month of February. We hope to be back and running with fun STEAM activities in March

Hey Rotolo! Do you want to make someone smile? Send a fun note to your friend, or even your latest crush? Then come out and buy a Valentine’s Day Pencil Gram for only one dollar!! RMS Student Council will be selling Pencil Grams on Tuesday, February 4th through Thursday, February 6th at 7:30 am at the main entrance outside the cafeteria, and directly after school on February 6th. You can also buy a cool Bulldog sticker for yourself and a friend for only two dollars to show your school spirit! They are a fun addition to add to your Chromebook or water bottle! All proceeds will go to the American Heart Association and the Almost Home Foundation which rescues dogs and cats from kill shelters.

Tuesday, February 4

The Red Carpet prizes are being passed out left and right. You too can earn great prizes for reading. Although you only have 25 days left to read and return response sheets to the LRC! You can do it. You can be a Red Carpet Winner! The Red Carpet Reading Contest ends February 28th

Hey Rotolo! Do you want to make someone smile? Send a fun note to your friend, or even your latest crush? Then come out and buy a Valentine’s Day Pencil Gram for only one dollar!! RMS Student Council will be selling Pencil Grams on Tuesday, February 4th through Thursday, February 6th at 7:30 am at the main entrance outside the cafeteria, and directly after school on February 6th. You can also buy a cool Bulldog sticker for yourself and a friend for only two dollars to show your school spirit! They are a fun addition to add to your Chromebook or water bottle! All proceeds will go to the American Heart Association and the Almost Home Foundation which rescues dogs and cats from kill shelters.

The Fab Lab will be closed for the month of February. We hope to be back and running with fun STEAM activities in March.

Creative Writing Club tomorrow in the morning!
Come join us for some stories, laughter and donuts. Room 224 at 7:15 AM

Monday, February 3


Hey Rotolo! Do you want to make someone smile? Send a fun note to your friend, or even your latest crush? Then come out and buy a Valentine’s Day Pencil Gram for only one dollar!! RMS Student Council will be selling Pencil Grams on Tuesday, February 4th through Thursday, February 6th at 7:30 am at the main entrance outside the cafeteria, and directly after school on February 6th. You can also buy a cool Bulldog sticker for yourself and a friend for only two dollars to show your school spirit! They are a fun addition to add to your Chromebook or water bottle! All proceeds will go to the American Heart Association and the Almost Home Foundation which rescues dogs and cats from kill shelters.

The Red Carpet prizes are being passed out left and right. You too can earn great prizes for reading. Although you only have 25 days left to read and return response sheets to the LRC! You can do it. You can be a Red Carpet Winner! The Red Carpet Reading Contest ends February 28th!

Friday, January 31

6th Grade Students, Got BARK? Don’t forget to bring your BARK Tags to lunch this Friday, January 31st and be prepared to shop!

The Battle of the Books is in full competition mode! So far, after two rounds, two teams have rose to the top! Congrats so far to The Barbarian Kings and the FBI team with the top scores. The top teacher team is the Wonton Rebellion with 8th grade teachers in the lead. The Battle of the Books is on!!

Tonight is Pack The Place at Batavia High School!! All Kids get in FREE!! Contests and activities for K-8th Graders in the fieldhouse from 5:15-7pm. 3-Point and free throw contests, Bouncy House and Spirit Wear on sale. Stay and cheer on the Varisty Bulldogs take on Lake Park at 7:00PM – – – GO BULLDOGS!!!

 

Thursday, January 30

Missing something? Check the lost & found located outside of the main office. All items left behind will be donated on Friday, Jan 31. Get it before it’s gone!!

If you are planning on going on the Chinese New Year field trip to Chinatown, be sure to turn in your permission slips today. Again, all permission slips need to be turned in today if you want to go on the field trip

Attention Teachers, Just a friendly reminder to please communicate with those students who have been nominated as Dazzle Dawgs for the Month of January to attend the recognition breakfast that will be held this Friday, January 31st, at 8:00 AM in the Cafeteria. For a list of students, please refer to Mrs. Nazos’ email from Tuesday.

6th Grade Students, Got BARK? Don’t forget to bring your BARK Tags to lunch this Friday, January 31st and be prepared to shop!

Attention 7th Grade Girls, there will be NO lunch bunch with Ms. Webb Today. No 7th grade girls lunch bunch today. I’m sorry for tine inconvenience and look forward to seeing you all next week! 🙂

Attention All Builders Club Member: You should be receiving a pass from your 1st hour teacher. We will be meeting outside the main office at 11:30 today. If you have not received a pass, please come by Student Services before 11:00. Looking forward to seeing you all today!

The Battle of the Books is in full competition mode! So far, after two rounds, two teams have rose to the top! Congrats so far to The Barbarian Kings and the FBI team with the top scores. The top teacher team is the Wonton Rebellion with 8th grade teachers in the lead. The Battle of the Books is on!!

Wednesday, January 29

Today is the last day to pick up permission slips for the Chinese New Year field trip. This trip is open to all RMS students who wish to experience a little bit of China right here in Chicago. We will travel together to Chinatown where you will be able to do some shopping, eat lunch and watch the parade. Then we will return to Batavia in time for the Superbowl. If you are interested in attending – be sure to pick up your permission slip today. Because all permission forms are due tomorrow, today is the last day that they will be available.

Attention Teachers, Just a friendly reminder to please communicate with those students who have been nominated as Dazzle Dawgs for the Month of January to attend the recognition breakfast that will be held this Friday, January 31st, at 8:00 AM in the Cafeteria. For a list of students, please refer to Mrs. Nazos’ email from Tuesday.

Equality Club is meeting today after school in rm 703. Again, Equality Club is meeting today after school in rm 703.

Missing something? Check the lost & found located outside of the main office. All items left behind will be donated on Friday, Jan 31. Get it before it’s gone!!

Tuesday, January 28

Students, please remember that all NJHS applications are due today, January 28th in the Front Office, thank you!

Extra! Extra! Newspaper club is cancelled for this week. We will meet next Wednesday morning.

RMS International Club is planning a trip to Chinatown to celebrate Chinese New Year. If you would like to join us – be sure to pick up a permission slip in Student Services. Signed permission forms are due on Thursday.

Equality Club is meeting tomorrow after school in rm 703. Again, Equality Club is meeting tomorrow after school in rm 703.

Please check the Lost and Found outside the main office. Any items remaining on Friday will be donated.

There is an NJHS meeting on TUESDAY, January 28th from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room, see you then!

Monday, January 27

And Now A Special Announcement from the Nurses Office (Music) HELLO from the health office –
Cold and Flu season is upon us! Please remember to wash your hands!! This is the most effective and easiest way to not get sick or spread germs. Always wash your hands before eating and after using the bathroom. Also, cover your sneeze and/or cough with your elbow. Another way to stop the spread of germs into your own body is to keep your unwashed hands away from the T zone. This is the area where germs enter your body – the eyes, nose and mouth. Let’s try and make RMS the healthiest we can.

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Chinese New Year started yesterday – but don’t worry – It is a 15 day celebration of music, food, family and friends. In Chicago, there are more than 50,000 Chinese Americans and they celebrate Chinese New Year in a big way. RMS International Club wants you to be able to participate in the celebration first hand. We are planning a Chinese New Year Trip to Chinatown in Chicago.
The first stop on our trip will involve shopping! The shops in China Town are filled with unusual objects and you are sure to find something that you just have to buy.
The next stop will involve food – lots of food. This is your chance to sample dumplings, bao and moon cakes.
Finally, we will watch the New Years Parade where you will see a 50 foot long dancing dragon
Then, back on the bus so that you can get home to finish the day with the American tradition of Super Bowl Sunday.
This trip is open to ALL RMS students – but will be limited to a total of 25 participants
There is no cost to attend the trip, but we recommend bringing 10-15 dollars to cover the cost of food, treats and other things you might find in Chinatown. We will be leaving at 9:30 am and returning around 3 pm. on Sunday February 2nd.
Permission slips are available in Student Services Office. Pick one up today and get ready for a fun experience. See Mrs Carey or Mrs Ollearis for more information about this exciting trip.

There is an NJHS meeting on TUESDAY, January 28th from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room, see you then!

Please check the Lost and Found outside the main office. Any items remaining on Friday will be donated.

Attention 6th grade girls: Intramural Basketball starts TODAY at 3:15 in the west gym. See you there!

Friday, January 24

Have you selected your Exploratory classes for next year? Stop by the cafeteria any morning this week if you need any help. All students need to make their choices by this Friday.

Have you read a Red Carpet book yet? This is the month to start! Read one of the 20 selections, fill out a response sheet and turn it in to the LRC! If it’s turned in by January 31 you get a free hot cocoa mix. Then you have until Feburary 28th to read more books and win prizes for 2 books, 4 books, 10 books and so on! A shout out to Mrs. Wolf’s class with the top score so far of 50 red carpet books!

Hats for Hesed was a success thanks to you!! We completed 46 hats during the event!!
Thank you to the 16 students and 7 teachers who were a part of this year’s event. Your thoughtfulness will be appreciated by those who get a nice warm hat in the near future!

Attention 6th grade GIRLS – Are you interested in playing 6th grade basketball? Come to Intramural Basketball on Monday, January 27th in the West gym from 3:15-4:15. No experience required!

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Chinese New Year is celebrated by more than 20% of the world’s population. It’s the most important holiday in China and to Chinese people all over. RMS International Club wants you to be able to experience this celebration first hand. We are planning a Chinese New Year Trip to Chinatown in Chicago.

We will spend some time in the shops of Chinatown where you will find just about everything from happy cat statues to souvenir T-shirts. Next we will grab some traditional food and treats at one of the many restaurants and bakeries in Chinatown. Finally, we will watch the New Years Parade complete with bands and dragon dancers. And – we will make it home in time for you to enjoy your Super Bowl pre-game festivities.

This trip is open to ALL RMS students – but will be limited to a total of 25 participants
There is no cost to attend the trip, but we recommend bringing 10-15 dollars to cover the cost of food, treats and other things you might find in Chinatown. We will be leaving at 9:30 am and returning around 3 pm. on Sunday February 2nd.

Permission slips are available in Student Services Office. Pick one up today and get ready for a fun experience.

 

Thursday, January 23

Have you selected your Exploratory classes for next year? Stop by the cafeteria any morning this week if you need any help. All students need to make their choices by this Friday.

Have you read a Red Carpet book yet? This is the month to start! Read one of the 20 selections, fill out a response sheet and turn it in to the LRC! If it’s turned in by January 31 you get a free hot cocoa mix. Then you have until Feburary 28th to read more books and win prizes for 2 books, 4 books, 10 books and so on! A shout out to Mrs. Wolf’s class with the top score so far of 50 red carpet books!

There will be no Fab lab today

Hats for Hesed was a success thanks to you!! We completed 46 hats during the event!!
Thank you to the 16 students and 7 teachers who were a part of this year’s event. Your thoughtfulness will be appreciated by those who get a nice warm hat in the near future!

Wednesday, January 22

Have you selected your Exploratory classes for next year? Stop by the cafeteria any morning this week if you need any help. All students need to make their choices by this Friday.

Yearbook club is cancelled today, please go home after school!

Remember! TODAY is Hats for Hesed! Come to the sewing room after school and join the fun!

Tuesday, January 21

Attention all ski trip attendees… there will be a mandatory meeting next Wednesday, January 22nd at 7:25 am in room 106 7th grade hallway. Once again, those attending the ski trip … there will be a mandatory meeting next Wednesday, January 22nd at 7:25 am in room 106 7th grade hallway. See you on Wednesday.

Did you take sewing last trimester or are you currently enrolled? Do you know how to sew? GREAT! Then, YOU are invited to help with HATS for Hessed this year! Our goal is to make 55 hats to donate. Our event will be Wednesday, Jan. 22 from right after school until 4pm!
Stay the whole time or stay as long as you can. Stop by the sewing room (011) to sign up anytime before that day! Thanks for your help!

And Now A Special Announcement from the Nurses Office (Music) HELLO from the health office –
Cold and Flu season is upon us! Please remember to wash your hands!! This is the most effective and easiest way to not get sick or spread germs. Always wash your hands before eating and after using the bathroom. Also, cover your sneeze and/or cough with your elbow. Another way to stop the spread of germs into your own body is to keep your unwashed hands away from the T zone. This is the area where germs enter your body – the eyes, nose and mouth. Let’s try and make RMS the healthiest we can.

Friday, January 17

Did you take sewing last trimester or are you currently enrolled? Do you know how to sew? GREAT! Then, YOU are invited to help with HATS for Hessed this year! Our goal is to make 55 hats to donate. Our event will be Wednesday, Jan. 22 from right after school until 4pm!
Stay the whole time or stay as long as you can. Stop by the sewing room (011) to sign up anytime before that day! Thanks for your help!

Attention all ski trip attendees… there will be a mandatory meeting next Wednesday, January 22nd at 7:25 am in room 106 7th grade hallway. Once again, those attending the ski trip … there will be a mandatory meeting next Wednesday, January 22nd at 7:25 am in room 106 7th grade hallway. See you on Wednesday.

Have you selected your Exploratory classes for next year? This weekend is a great time to get this done. Stop by the cafeteria any morning next week if you need any help. All students need to make their choices by January 24th.

Thursday, January 16

Breakfast book club will meet next Tuesday Morning. We will be discussing the book Awaken and please bring $5 for our next book. See you on Tuesday!

Attention all art clubers…art club is cancelled today. Again, art club is cancelled today. See you next week!

Wednesday, January 15

Battle of the Books competitions start this week. Check your battle time in the LRC or on the LRC website! Please be on time and meet in the LRC.

Breakfast book club will meet next Tuesday Morning. We will be discussing the book Awaken and please bring $5 for our next book. See you on Tuesday!

Equality Club is meeting today after school in room 703. Any and all students are welcome. 

Computer and Engineering Club is cancelled for today. Please plan on catching your bus home or letting your parents know to pick you up immediately after school. See you next week.

It is time to sign up for classes next year. 6th and 7th grade students will learn about Exploratory classes today during your Exploratory block. It takes about five minutes to complete the information in PowerSchool. Thank you for selecting your classes as soon as possible.

Did you take sewing last trimester or are you currently enrolled? Do you know how to sew? GREAT! Then, YOU are invited to help with HATS for Hessed this year! Our goal is to make 55 hats to donate. Our event will be Wednesday, Jan. 22 from right after school until 4pm!
Stay the whole time or stay as long as you can. Stop by the sewing room (011) to sign up anytime before that day! Thanks for your help!

Tuesday, January 14

What is the most popular sport in Morocco? ………. Soccer. Their national team is called the “Lions of Atlas.”
Learn more about Morocco at International Club on Thursday when a Batavia High School exchange student from Morocco comes to talk to us about her home country. We will meet from 3 to 4 in Mrs. Ollearis’s room – 030. See you Thursday.

Did you take sewing last trimester or are you currently enrolled? Do you know how to sew? GREAT! Then, YOU are invited to help with HATS for Hessed this year! Our goal is to make 55 hats to donate. Our event will be Wednesday, Jan. 22 from right after school until 4pm!
Stay the whole time or stay as long as you can. Stop by the sewing room (011) to sign up anytime before that day! Thanks for your help!

There will be no Fab Lab today. We will be open on Thursday. Sign up with your time teacher.

Battle of the Books competitions start this week. Check your battle time in the LRC or on the LRC website! Please be on time and meet in the LRC.

7th & 8th Grade State Bulldog Basketball Teams play today after school here at Rotolo – come and Cheer them on! 7th grade starts at 4:30 – 8th grade to follow.

Monday, January 13

ATTENTION ALL SIXTH, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADERS THAT LIKE TO DOWNHILL SKI OR WANT TO LEARN TO DOWNHILL SKI.

The downhill ski trip is getting ready for a trip to Wilmot Ski Resort in Wisconsin. You may ski or snow board, and you can bring your own equipment or rent skis or a snowboard. Anyone between the grades of 6-8 is allowed to join us for the trip. Our trip will be on Saturday, January 25th. It will be an all day ski trip – we will leave at approximately 8 in the morning from RMS and will be back at about 8pm. Please see your emails for the link to the website to print out the forms. The emails will go home in the afternoon on1/10/20 Friday. Please be aware that the trip fills fast so get your forms and money turned in as soon as possible starting on Monday, January 13th. As soon as we have a full bus, the trip is closed, so get your money in right away!

There is an NJHS meeting on Monday, January 13th from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room, see you all there!

And Now A Special Announcement from the Nurses Office (Music) HELLO from the health office –
Cold and Flu season is upon us! Please remember to wash your hands!! This is the most effective and easiest way to not get sick or spread germs. Always wash your hands before eating and after using the bathroom. Also, cover your sneeze and/or cough with your elbow. Another way to stop the spread of germs into your own body is to keep your unwashed hands away from the T zone. This is the area where germs enter your body – the eyes, nose and mouth. Let’s try and make RMS the healthiest we can.

Does your New Year’s Resolution involve getting better grades, finishing all of your homework or getting a little more practice on IXL? If so, we can help. Wired for Math 2020 starts this Wednesday. Come to rooms 211 and 212 from 3 to 4:15 to get help with assignments and have a place to get your school work finished. Wired for Math shuttle bus is available for rides to all elementary schools and apartment buildings. See you Wednesday

A new year means a new club at RMS. Join us at International Club this Thursday in room 30 – that’s 0-3-0. See Mrs. Ollearis or Mrs Carey for more information.

7th & 8th Grade State Bulldog Basketball Teams play today after school here at Rotolo – come and Cheer them on! 7th grade starts at 4:30 – 8th grade to follow.

Friday, January 10

Haven’t read a Red Carpet book yet. January is the perfect time to get started because during the month of January you can earn a Hot Cocoa for reading just 1 Red Carpet Book!!! Stop by the LRC to pickup a Red Carpet Book today!

ATTENTION ALL SIXTH, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADERS THAT LIKE TO DOWNHILL SKI OR WANT TO LEARN TO DOWNHILL SKI.

The downhill ski trip is getting ready for a trip to Wilmot Ski Resort in Wisconsin. You may ski or snow board, and you can bring your own equipment or rent skis or a snowboard. Anyone between the grades of 6-8 is allowed to join us for the trip. Our trip will be on Saturday, January 25th. It will be an all day ski trip – we will leave at approximately 8 in the morning from RMS and will be back at about 8pm. Please see your emails for the link to the website to print out the forms. The emails will go home in the afternoon on this Friday. Please be aware that the trip fills fast so get your forms and money turned in as soon as possible starting on Monday, January 13th. As soon as we have a full bus, the trip is closed, so get your money in right away!

Teachers, Please remind those students who have been nominated as Dazzle Dawgs that the Dazzle Dawg Breakfast will be held this Friday, January 10th, in the Cafeteria. (Please refer to the list shared with staff by Mrs. Nazos on January 8th.)

There is an NJHS meeting on Monday, January 13th from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room, see you all there!

Good morning Bowlers! Today is the day! It is our next bowling club meeting. Meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room, room 111 right after school!
Be sure you have $7.50 for bowling and any other snacks! See you later gator!

Any student who has a MAP test to finish or make-up should report to the LRC at this time with their Chromebook.

And Now A Special Announcement from the Nurses Office (Music) HELLO from the health office –
Cold and Flu season is upon us! Please remember to wash your hands!! This is the most effective and easiest way to not get sick or spread germs. Always wash your hands before eating and after using the bathroom. Also, cover your sneeze and/or cough with your elbow. Another way to stop the spread of germs into your own body is to keep your unwashed hands away from the T zone. This is the area where germs enter your body – the eyes, nose and mouth. Let’s try and make RMS the healthiest we can.

Thursday, January 9

Haven’t read a Red Carpet book yet. January is the perfect time to get started because during the month of January you can earn a Hot Cocoa for reading just 1 Red Carpet Book!!! Stop by the LRC to pickup a Red Carpet Book today!

Battle of the Book participants, The Battle competition schedule is now posted! You can find when you battle date and time is by looking at the poster on the LRC doors or going to the LRC webpage and the Battle of the Books link. Any conflicts please see Mrs. Cook in the LRC.

ATTENTION ALL SIXTH, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADERS THAT LIKE TO DOWNHILL SKI OR WANT TO LEARN TO DOWNHILL SKI.

The downhill ski trip is getting ready for a trip to Wilmot Ski Resort in Wisconsin. You may ski or snow board, and you can bring your own equipment or rent skis or a snowboard. Anyone between the grades of 6-8 is allowed to join us for the trip. Our trip will be on Saturday, January 25th. It will be an all day ski trip – we will leave at approximately 8 in the morning from RMS and will be back at about 8pm. Please see your emails for the link to the website to print out the forms. The emails will go home in the afternoon on this Friday. Please be aware that the trip fills fast so get your forms and money turned in as soon as possible starting on Monday, January 13th. As soon as we have a full bus, the trip is closed, so get your money in right away!

Teachers, Please remind those students who have been nominated as Dazzle Dawgs that the Dazzle Dawg Breakfast will be held this Friday, January 10th, in the Cafeteria. (Please refer to the list shared with staff by Mrs. Nazos on January 8th.)

There is an NJHS meeting on Monday, January 13th from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room, see you all there!

Good morning Bowlers! This Friday (tomorrow) is our next bowling club meeting. Meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room, room 111 right after school!
Be sure you have $7.50 for bowling and any other snacks! See you tomorrow!

Wednesday, January 8

Haven’t read a Red Carpet book yet. January is the perfect time to get started because during the month of January you can earn a Hot Cocoa for reading just 1 Red Carpet Book!!! Stop by the LRC to pickup a Red Carpet Book today!

Battle of the Book participants, The Battle competition schedule is now posted! You can find when you battle date and time is by looking at the poster on the LRC doors or going to the LRC webpage and the Battle of the Books link. Any conflicts please see Mrs. Cook in the LRC.

There will be no Fab Lab this week due to MAP testing. No Fab Lab at Xtime this week.

Reminder to all yearbook club members – we will be meeting today after school in room 213 from 3-4pm! See you then! Don’t forget to take pictures during the school day!

Equality Club is meeting today after school in room 703. Any and all students are welcome. Repeat- Equality Club is meeting tomorrow after school in room 703. Any and all students are welcome.

ATTENTION ALL SIXTH, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADERS THAT LIKE TO DOWNHILL SKI OR WANT TO LEARN TO DOWNHILL SKI.

The downhill ski trip is getting ready for a trip to Wilmot Ski Resort in Wisconsin. You may ski or snow board, and you can bring your own equipment or rent skis or a snowboard. Anyone between the grades of 6-8 is allowed to join us for the trip. Our trip will be on Saturday, January 25th. It will be an all day ski trip – we will leave at approximately 8 in the morning from RMS and will be back at about 8pm. Please see your emails for the link to the website to print out the forms. The emails will go home in the afternoon on this Friday. Please be aware that the trip fills fast so get your forms and money turned in as soon as possible starting on Monday, January 13th. As soon as we have a full bus, the trip is closed, so get your money in right away!

Teachers, Please remind those students who have been nominated as Dazzle Dawgs that the Dazzle Dawg Breakfast will be held this Friday, January 10th, in the Cafeteria. (Please refer to the list shared with staff by Mrs. Nazos on January 8th.)

Wired for Math is cancelled today due to MAP testing. Again, there is no Wired for Math today – and no Wired for Math shuttle bus. Please make sure that you either go home on the bus or make other arrangements to get picked up.

Have you ever wanted to travel around the world, try new foods, celebrate international festivals and learn about different cultures? If so, you might want to check out RMS’s newest club. International Club will meet on the 2nd and 4th Thursday every month. Although we cannot help you travel around the world, we can certainly give you a chance to try new foods, celebrate some cool festivals and learn about new cultures. See Mrs Ollearis or Mrs Carey for more information.

our Rotolo wrestling bulldogs! Traveled to Warrenville last night to dual Hubble middle school. The team released some serious thunder and won 75-11 over the Huskies. We are Bulldog tough!

Tuesday, January 7

Haven’t read a Red Carpet book yet. January is the perfect time to get started because during the month of January you can earn a Hot Cocoa for reading just 1 Red Carpet Book!!! Stop by the LRC to pickup a Red Carpet Book today!

New Year! New Books! Check out all the new arrivals in the LRC! You can also see what’s new by going to the LRC website and clicking on the New Books link. New Year! New Books!

There will be no Fab Lab this week due to MAP testing. No Fab Lab at Xtime this week.

Attention all yearbook club memebers – don’t forget that we have a meeting this week on Wednesday after school from 3-4pm! See you then!

Equality Club is meeting tomorrow (Wednesday) after school in room 703. Any and all students are welcome. Repeat- Equality Club is meeting tomorrow after school in room 703. Any and all students are welcome.

ATTENTION ALL SIXTH, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADERS THAT LIKE TO DOWNHILL SKI OR WANT TO LEARN TO DOWNHILL SKI.

The downhill ski trip is getting ready for a trip to Wilmot Ski Resort in Wisconsin. You may ski or snow board, and you can bring your own equipment or rent skis or a snowboard. Anyone between the grades of 6-8 is allowed to join us for the trip. Our trip will be on Saturday, January 25th. It will be an all day ski trip – we will leave at approximately 8 in the morning from RMS and will be back at about 8pm. Please see your emails for the link to the website to print out the forms. The emails will go home in the afternoon on this Friday. Please be aware that the trip fills fast so get your forms and money turned in as soon as possible starting on Monday, January 13th. As soon as we have a full bus, the trip is closed, so get your money in right away!

Today we begin our Winter MAP testing. The results help your teachers know what skills you are ready to learn. Some questions are challenging and some questions are easy. Do your best. Remember to use your calm classroom strategies if you need too. We are proud of you!

Monday, January 6

Haven’t read a Red Carpet book yet. January is the perfect time to get started because during the month of January you can earn a Hot Cocoa for reading just 1 Red Carpet Book!!! Stop by the LRC to pickup a Red Carpet Book today!

New Year! New Books! Check out all the new arrivals in the LRC! You can also see what’s new by going to the LRC website and clicking on the New Books link. New Year! New Books!

There will be no Fab Lab this week due to MAP testing. No Fab Lab at Xtime this week.

Friday, December 20

No Creative writing club today.

The Rotolo wrestling team wrestled in the spotlight at Batavia high school last night, in front of huge crowd, and shined! Beating the 2x IESA defending State champions, Homer Glen, Way to Go dogs!!!

Teachers if you haven’t already grabbed a wrestling poster in the workroom. Please grab one and hang it up inside your classroom and support these hard working student/ athletes. Thank you!

Thursday, December 19

Hey Rotolo!! 8th Grade RED Bulldogs defeated Kaneland 34-33 last night to earn a spot in the Championship game against Yorkville tonight at 4:15 at Thompson. Come out and cheer on those Bulldogs!!


It’s that time of year again Rotolo!! Bring your holiday spirit and join Student Council in celebrating our Winter Wonderland Spirit week!

Monday, December 16th is holiday color day. Wear red, white and green to show off your holiday spirit.
Tuesday, December 17th is winter flannel or crazy sock day. Wear your favorite flannel, fuzzy socks, or both!
Wednesday, December 18th is winter sports day. Wear your favorite hockey or basketball jersey.
Thursday, December 19th is blizzard beach day. Dress like you’re in a blizzard or on the beach!
Friday, December 20th is ugly sweater day. Wear the ugliest sweater you can find!

 

Wednesday, December 18

It’s that time of year again Rotolo!! Bring your holiday spirit and join Student Council in celebrating our Winter Wonderland Spirit week!

Monday, December 16th is holiday color day. Wear red, white and green to show off your holiday spirit.
Tuesday, December 17th is winter flannel or crazy sock day. Wear your favorite flannel, fuzzy socks, or both!
Wednesday, December 18th is winter sports day. Wear your favorite hockey or basketball jersey.
Thursday, December 19th is blizzard beach day. Dress like you’re in a blizzard or on the beach!
Friday, December 20th is ugly sweater day. Wear the ugliest sweater you can find!

Equality Club is meeting today after School.

No Creative writing club this friday 12/20.

The boys 8th grade red B team battled it out against a tough Yorkville team in the conference tournament last night. The Bulldogs were led by Connor Mcelligott who had 10 points, Jimmy Haug who had 8 points, and Adam Warner who also had 8 points. Although they came up short with a score of 47-39, it was their best game of the season. Awesome season, boys!

Tuesday, December 17 

Just a reminder that we will NOT have Wired for Math this Wednesday. That’s right – No Wired for Math this week. Happy Holidays!

Equality Club is meeting tomorrow (12/18) after School.

No Creative writing club this friday 12/20.


It’s that time of year again Rotolo!! Bring your holiday spirit and join Student Council in celebrating our Winter Wonderland Spirit week!

Monday, December 16th is holiday color day. Wear red, white and green to show off your holiday spirit.
Tuesday, December 17th is winter flannel or crazy sock day. Wear your favorite flannel, fuzzy socks, or both!
Wednesday, December 18th is winter sports day. Wear your favorite hockey or basketball jersey.
Thursday, December 19th is blizzard beach day. Dress like you’re in a blizzard or on the beach!
Friday, December 20th is ugly sweater day. Wear the ugliest sweater you can find!

Monday, December 16

Seasons Readings! Reading is a gift you give yourself! During the month of December you may checkout 3 regular books or 2 Battle Books from the Library.

Fa la la la la….tis the season and bring a gift of a new book to a child in Batavia. The RMS Breakfast Book club is sponsoring a book drive giving tree. Find the Giving tree outside the LRC and take tag to buy a new book for a specific age child . All books donated to Chip in Batavia. Books due in by Tuesday please!


It’s that time of year again Rotolo!! Bring your holiday spirit and join Student Council in celebrating our Winter Wonderland Spirit week!

Monday, December 16th is holiday color day. Wear red, white and green to show off your holiday spirit.
Tuesday, December 17th is winter flannel or crazy sock day. Wear your favorite flannel, fuzzy socks, or both!
Wednesday, December 18th is winter sports day. Wear your favorite hockey or basketball jersey.
Thursday, December 19th is blizzard beach day. Dress like you’re in a blizzard or on the beach!
Friday, December 20th is ugly sweater day. Wear the ugliest sweater you can find!

Haven’t read a Red Carpet book yet. Winter break is the perfect time to get started because during the month of January you can earn a Hot Cocoa for reading just 1 Red Carpet Book!!! Be sure to get a Red Carpet book before school lets out for winter break.

Did you know that there are about 6,500 spoken languages in the world today. However, about 2,000 of those languages have fewer than 1,000 speakers. The most popular language in the world is Mandarin Chinese with more than a billion people who speak it.

If learning about other cultures interests you, join the new RMS International club starting in January.

Just a reminder that we will NOT have Wired for Math this Wednesday. That’s right – No Wired for Math this week. Happy Holidays!

The Conference Wrestling tournament was at Kaneland Harter Middle school over the weekend- Your Bulldogs took their third straight title…. This time by over 100 points! Six Champions were Andrew Koc (Coke), Dylan Wells, Ino Garcia, Aidan Huck, Ben Brown and Addison Bennett and we placed 19 out of 19 weight classes!

Attention IMSA Fusion – There will be no meeting tomorrow Tuesday 12/17/19. See you after break. 

Friday, December 13

Seasons Readings! Reading is a gift you give yourself! During the month of December you may checkout 3 regular books or 2 Battle Books from the Library.

Take a walk down the RMS Literary Lane!!! The huge bookshelf of books we love at RMS! Count how many you have read! Which one is your favorite? Did you find a book spine of a book you may want to now read? All of these locker book spines are so awesome! Great job RMS students! Keep reading, Keep succeeding!

Fa la la la la….tis the season and bring a gift of a new book to a child in Batavia. The RMS Breakfast Book club is sponsoring a book drive giving tree. Find the Giving tree outside the LRC and take tag to buy a new book for a specific age child . All books donated to Chip in Batavia. Books due in by Tuesday please!

Attention Bowling Club Bowlers!!! This Friday 12/13 — yes, friday the thirteenth – is another fun-filled meeting date!! Meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 and we will go to Funway to bowl. Please make sure you bring the $7.50 to bowl and any money for snacks! Parents should be at Funway to pick you up by 5 pm! See you then!!

Did you know that today is St. Lucia’s Day? To honor this third-century saint, on December 13, many girls in Sweden dress up in long white gowns with red sashes, and a wreath of burning candles on their heads. They wake up their families by singing songs and bringing them coffee and sweet rolls called “Lucia cats.” Learn more about international traditions with RMS International Club starting in January.

Play song Winter Wonderland (0:25-0:53)

It’s that time of year again Rotolo!! Bring your holiday spirit and join Student Council in celebrating our Winter Wonderland Spirit week!

Monday, December 16th is holiday color day. Wear red, white and green to show off your holiday spirit.
Tuesday, December 17th is winter flannel or crazy sock day. Wear your favorite flannel, fuzzy socks, or both!
Wednesday, December 18th is winter sports day. Wear your favorite hockey or basketball jersey.
Thursday, December 19th is blizzard beach day. Dress like you’re in a blizzard or on the beach!
Friday, December 20th is ugly sweater day. Wear the ugliest sweater you can find!

Thursday, December 12

Seasons Readings! Reading is a gift you give yourself! During the month of December you may checkout 3 regular books or 2 Battle Books from the Library.

Take a walk down the RMS Literary Lane!!! The huge bookshelf of books we love at RMS! Count how many you have read! Which one is your favorite? Did you find a book spine of a book you may want to now read? All of these locker book spines are so awesome! Great job RMS students! Keep reading, Keep succeeding!

Attention Builders Club member! We will be leaving for our field trip TODAY at 2:30. Please check you email for more specific information. You should be receiving a pass from your 1st hour teacher to be outside the main office at 2:30 with your bag packed to go home. Please see Ms. Webb with any questions or concerns. Builders Club, today, outside the main office at 2:30. See you there!

Attention Bowling Club Bowlers!!! This Friday 12/13 — yes, friday the thirteenth – is another fun-filled meeting date!! Meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 and we will go to Funway to bowl. Please make sure you bring the $7.50 to bowl and any money for snacks! Parents should be at Funway to pick you up by 5 pm! See you then!!

The Rotolo wrestling team wrestled Geneva last night and Down went Geneva! 95-9. You don’t mess with a Bulldog. They move to 9-0 on the year. Why didn’t you join wrestling this year? Who let the dogs out!!

 

Wednesday, December 11

Seasons Readings! Reading is a gift you give yourself! During the month of December you may checkout 3 regular books or 2 Battle Books from the Library.

Congratulations to our top Red Carpet Reading Classrooms!
Mrs. Rio’s 6th grade students have read 27 books! Mrs. Wolf’’s 7th grade students have read 7 books and Mr. Carlson’s 8th grade students have read 27 books!
Great job Samantha Varalli and Sarah Alf for already reading 8 books!
Keep reading and get your forms turned in by February 28

Tuesday, December 10

Congratulations to our top Red Carpet Reading Classrooms!
Mrs. Rio’s 6th grade students have read 27 books! Mrs. Wolf’’s 7th grade students have read 7 books and Mr. Carlson’s 8th grade students have read 27 books!
Great job Samantha Varalli and Sarah Alf for already reading 8 books!
Keep reading and get your forms turned in by February 28th!

Seasons Readings! Reading is a gift you give yourself! During the month of December you may checkout 3 regular books or 2 Battle Books from the Library.

An awesome dual happened last night!! The Bulldogs battled and took down the Aurora All-Star team (Comprised of 3 Aurora schools best kids) winning 61-38. Moving them to 8-0 on the year. We are Built bulldog tough.

There is no Equality Club today. We are now meeting every other week. See you next week.

Monday, December 9

Congratulations to our top Red Carpet Reading Classrooms!
Mrs. Rio’s 6th grade students have read 27 books! Mrs. Wolf’’s 7th grade students have read 7 books and Mr. Carlson’s 8th grade students have read 27 books!
Great job Samantha Varalli and Sarah Alf for already reading 8 books!
Keep reading and get your forms turned in by February 28th!

If you had your artwork in the Caffeinated Colors Art Show please come to the art room to pick up your artwork.

Seasons Readings! Reading is a gift you give yourself! During the month of December you may checkout 3 regular books or 2 Battle Books from the Library.

Congratulations to the Rotolo wrestling team on taking 1st place at the Hubble Invitational over the weekend. We won it by over 80 points over the 2nd place team in the 7 team field!! We had individual champions in Lily Enos, Ino Garcia, Chase Osborne, Ben Brown, and Jackson Nekolny and had 16 out of 19 weight classes place in it. Great job Bulldogs!

Friday, December 6

Congratulations to our top Red Carpet Reading Classrooms!

Mrs. Rio’s 6th grade students have read 27 books! Mrs. Wolf’’s 7th grade students have read 7 books and Mr. Carlson’s 8th grade students have read 27 books!

Great job Samantha Varalli and Sarah Alf for already reading 8 books!

Keep reading and get your forms turned in by February 28th!

If you had your artwork in the Caffeinated Colors Art Show please come to the art room to pick up your artwork.

The Rotolo wrestling team traveled to St. Charles last night to wrestle Thompson middle school. the Bulldogs Came up victorious 69-34 and moved to 7-0 on the year. Great job Bulldogs!

Bulldog Basketball – 8th Grade Boys Red won against North Aurora Herrigate However Gold fell short to Yorkville.


Hey Rotolo! Do you want to feel good about giving back to our community this holiday season? If your answer is yes, Student Council needs your help! Please consider donating new gifts, gift cards, books, or hats/gloves to make Christmas brighter for Batavia kids & their families from December 3rd through the 13th. All gifts will be donated to the Batavia Access Toy Drive. Bring any donations to your X-Time class or the main office. Donated items must be new, still in the package and unwrapped. Thank you in advance for your help in supporting our community this holiday season.

Thursday, December 5

Congratulations to our top Red Carpet Reading Classrooms!
Mrs. Rio’s 6th grade students have read 27 books! Mrs. Wolf’’s 7th grade students have read 7 books and Mr. Carlson’s 8th grade students have read 27 books!
Great job Samantha Varalli and Sarah Alf for already reading 8 books!
Keep reading and get your forms turned in by February 28th!

Hey RMS! Do you remember No Shave November? It was when your male teachers let their beards grow for the whole month! We had the school donate to their teachers and all the money is going to three different charities. In total, we raised $217.48, which is amazing by the way, thanks Rotolo! The competition was close and there were only 87 cents separating the winner from the runner-up. In third place, Mr. Thomas! In second place……… Mr. Meyers. Now, in first place….. Mr. Carlson, with $68.95. Thank you to everyone for donating!

Attention all Thursday Art Clubers….Art club is cancelled today. Again, art club is cancelled today. See you next week!

If you had your artwork in the Caffeinated Colors Art Show please come to the art room to pick up your artwork.

Hey Rotolo! Do you want to feel good about giving back to our community this holiday season? If your answer is yes, Student Council needs your help! Please consider donating new gifts, gift cards, books, or hats/gloves to make Christmas brighter for Batavia kids & their families from December 3rd through the 13th. All gifts will be donated to the Batavia Access Toy Drive. Bring any donations to your X-Time class or the main office. Donated items must be new, still in the package and unwrapped. Thank you in advance for your help in supporting our community this holiday season.

Wednesday, December 4

The RMS Breakfast book club is sponsoring a book drive for new children’s books that will be given to Chip In to hand out to children in our community. Come to the LRC and pick a gift tag off the Giving Tree and bring in a new book for a child by December 18th!! All book donations should be dropped off in the LRC!


Hey Rotolo! Do you want to feel good about giving back to our community this holiday season? If your answer is yes, Student Council needs your help! Please consider donating new gifts, gift cards, books, or hats/gloves to make Christmas brighter for Batavia kids & their families from December 3rd through the 13th. All gifts will be donated to the Batavia Access Toy Drive. Bring any donations to your X-Time class or the main office. Donated items must be new, still in the package and unwrapped. Thank you in advance for your help in supporting our community this holiday season.

Equality Club is meeting Today (Wednesday 12/4) after school in room 703.

Your Rotolo wrestling team. Moved to 6-0 on the season. Taking it to Aurora Washington 93-15. We are Bulldog tough!!

Tuesday, December 3

Missing something? Check the Lost & Found located at the end of the Student Services hallway. Any items left in the Lost & Found will be thrown away or donated on Tuesday, December 3


Hey Rotolo! Do you want to feel good about giving back to our community this holiday season? If your answer is yes, Student Council needs your help! Please consider donating new gifts, gift cards, books, or hats/gloves to make Christmas brighter for Batavia kids & their families from December 3rd through the 13th. All gifts will be donated to the Batavia Access Toy Drive. Bring any donations to your X-Time class or the main office. Donated items must be new, still in the package and unwrapped. Thank you in advance for your help in supporting our community this holiday season.

Equality Club is meeting tomorrow (Wednesday 12/4) after school in room 703.

Monday, December 2

The RMS Breakfast book club is sponsoring a book drive for new children’s books that will be given to Chip In to hand out to children in our community. Come to the LRC and pick a gift tag off the Giving Tree and bring in a new book for a child by December 18th!! All book donations should be dropped off in the LRC!

Missing something? Check the Lost & Found located at the end of the Student Services hallway. Any items left in the Lost & Found will be thrown away or donated on Tuesday, December 3

Attention NJHS members: there is a meeting today from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room, see you there!


Hey Rotolo! Do you want to feel good about giving back to our community this holiday season? If your answer is yes, Student Council needs your help! Please consider donating new gifts, gift cards, books, or hats/gloves to make Christmas brighter for Batavia kids & their families from December 3rd through the 13th. All gifts will be donated to the Batavia Access Toy Drive. Bring any donations to your X-Time class or the main office. Donated items must be new, still in the package and unwrapped. Thank you in advance for your help in supporting our community this holiday season.

 

Monday, November 25

Do you see some students during the day using iPads and other devices to help with their communication? Have you wondered how, or why? Communication is much more than just the words you speak. Using different modes of communication helps to improve our conversations and understand each other. We will be continuing our exploration of augmented, or assisted, communication with a new core vocabulary word of the month. Core words are most of the words we say in our daily conversations.
Check out the Communication Bill of Rights, which are basic communication rights for all people, on the core vocabulary bulletin board by the elevator.
Our word of the month for November is “stop”. Some ways you can use this word include “STOP,” “Oh my gosh, STOP!” “Please STOP,” “he/she said STOP,” or “we STOPPED.” What are some more ways you can use the word “STOP”? Get creative!

The RMS Breakfast book club is sponsoring a book drive for new children’s books that will be given to Chip In to hand out to children in our community. Come to the LRC and pick a gift tag off the Giving Tree and bring in a new book for a child by December 18th!! All book donations should be dropped off in the LRC!

Fab Lab is open tomorrow, Tuesday, with an assortment of board and card games. Please sign up with your Xtime teacher and come to the LRC Fab Lab!!!

Friday, November 22

Do you see some students during the day using iPads and other devices to help with their communication? Have you wondered how, or why? Communication is much more than just the words you speak. Using different modes of communication helps to improve our conversations and understand each other. We will be continuing our exploration of augmented, or assisted, communication with a new core vocabulary word of the month. Core words are most of the words we say in our daily conversations.
Check out the Communication Bill of Rights, which are basic communication rights for all people, on the core vocabulary bulletin board by the elevator.
Our word of the month for November is “stop”. Some ways you can use this word include “STOP,” “Oh my gosh, STOP!” “Please STOP,” “he/she said STOP,” or “we STOPPED.” What are some more ways you can use the word “STOP”? Get creative!

Students, If you were nominated for a Dazzle Dawg during the month of November, we would ask that at this time, you please report to the Cafeteria to be recognized. Please be sure you have checked in with your 1st period teacher, prior to coming down. Thanks.

Your locker book spines need to be turned in by Monday! We are so excited to make the Literary Lane with all your book spines you have been working on. Deliver finished products to the LRC by Monday.

Missing something? Check the Lost & Found located at the end of the Student Services hallway. Any items left in the Lost & Found will be thrown away or donated on Tuesday, December 3

Thursday, November 21

Tomorrow…..

Is the last day of Spirit Week hosted by the Student Council…

Tomorrow is …Bulldog pride day! Wear your favorite bulldogs’ shirt or red and gold to show off your Bulldog pride!

6th Grade Students, Got BARK? Just a friendly reminder that this Friday, November 22nd, we will be hosting BARK It Market. Don’t forget to bring your BARK Tags down during A or B Lunch and be prepared to shop!

Your locker book spines need to be turned in by Monday! We are so excited to make the Literary Lane with all your book spines you have been working on. Deliver finished products to the LRC by Monday.

Attention 7th Grade, there is NO lunch bunch today. There is NO 7th grade lunch bunch today. Ms. Webb is very sorry she will be missing you all today. She hopes you have a wonderful weekend!

CONGRATS to 8th grade Gold A team for their win against Thompson Middle School yesterday!

Wednesday, November 20

Good Morning! RMS Student Council is also hosting its annual Thanksgiving food drive to support our community and Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry. We need your help! Please consider donating non-perishable food and/or toiletries to your x-time classroom from Wednesday, November 14th until Friday, November 22nd to be donated. . The x-time class that brings in the most items will win a prize!

Hey, did you know that this week Student Council is hosting a spirit week to kick off Thanksgiving Break?

Tomorrow…..
Thursday, November 21, is sports day! Wear your favorite team’s hats, sweatshirt, shirt or jersey!

Friday, November 22, is Bulldog pride day! Wear your favorite bulldogs’ shirt or red and gold to show off your Bulldog pride!

 FEAR THE BEARD! Has anyone seen Mr. Myers lately? That beard is fierce! He’s also raised a lot of money for 3 great charities. Let’s keep it going and keep bringing in your dollarz for a great cause!

The registration for Battle of the Books has been extended until this Friday. There is still time to get a team together and sign up! Pick up a registration slip and the book list in the LRC. Look at all the teams who have signed up on the display board outside of the LRC!

REMINDER: Yearbook club is meeting today after school in room 213! See you then! Bring your photos and chromebooks!

Attention RMS Student Council members: Our Student Council Meeting for today is cancelled (Wednesday 11/20th). The next meeting will be on Wednesday 12/11th. Please go home on the bus. Thank you!

6th Grade Students, Got BARK? Just a friendly reminder that this Friday, November 22nd, we will be hosting BARK It Market. Don’t forget to bring your BARK Tags down during A or B Lunch and be prepared to shop!

Teachers, Just a friendly reminder to notify those students who you nominated as Dazzle Dawgs know by this Thursday, November 21st, so they can attend our Monthly Dazzle Dawgs Breakfast on Friday, November 22nd. Students should check in with their 1st period teacher, for attendance purposes, prior to coming down to the Cafeteria.

Attention Builders Club Members! There will be NO meeting this week. You can pick up a placemat to work on in Student Services. All placmats must be turned in by Monday, November 24th. Again NO Builders Club this week.

The Battlin’ Bulldog wrestling team Moved to 4-0 on the season after beating Wheaton (Edison) last night 73-32

Tuesday, November 19

Good Morning! RMS Student Council is also hosting its annual Thanksgiving food drive to support our community and Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry. We need your help! Please consider donating non-perishable food and/or toiletries to your x-time classroom from Wednesday, November 14th until Friday, November 22nd to be donated. . The x-time class that brings in the most items will win a prize!

Hey, did you know that this week Student Council is hosting a spirit week to kick off Thanksgiving Break?

Tomorrow…..

Wednesday, November 20, is twin day! Match with one, or even a group of friends!

Thursday, November 21, is sports day! Wear your favorite team’s hats, sweatshirt, shirt or jersey!

Friday, November 22, is Bulldog pride day! Wear your favorite bulldogs’ shirt or red and gold to show off your Bulldog pride!

We have 1 week left to see who will win the epic beard battle for No-Shave November. Will Mr. Walker take down the champ? Will Mr. Lorenz make a surprise comeback? Only time will tell! Check your sofas, ask for your Thanksgiving allowance money early and let’s keep raking in the dough for a good cause!

There will be no Fab Lab in the LRC this week due to a presenter and Therapy Dogs this week. No Fab lab Tuesday or Thursday this week.

The registration for Battle of the Books has been extended until this Friday. There is still time to get a team together and sign up! Pick up a registration slip and the book list in the LRC. Look at all the teams who have signed up on the display board outside of the LRC!

Attention all yearbook club members – don’t forget that our meeting date has changed to Wednesday! We look forward to seeing tomorrow at 3pm in room 213! Don’t forget to keep taking pictures!

Teachers, Just a friendly reminder to notify those students who you nominated as Dazzle Dawgs know by this Thursday, November 21st, so they can attend our Monthly Dazzle Dawgs Breakfast on Friday, November 22nd. Students should check in with their 1st period teacher, for attendance purposes, prior to coming down to the Cafeteria.

Your Rotolo wrestling team won last Thursday over STC Wredling at Home 74-30. It was their 3rd meet in a row scoring over 70 points as a team. Come out and watch them today wrestle against Wheaton Edison at 4:30 in the upper gym.

Writing Club is tomorrown in Mrs. Hubbles room 224.   Be There!

Attention Builders Club Members!  There will be NO meeting this week.  You can pick up a placemat to work on in Student Services.   All placemats must be turned in by Monday, November 24th.  Again, NO Builders Club this week.

Monday, November 18

Do you see some students during the day using iPads and other devices to help with their communication? Have you wondered how, or why? Communication is much more than just the words you speak. Using different modes of communication helps to improve our conversations and understand each other. We will be continuing our exploration of augmented, or assisted, communication with a new core vocabulary word of the month. Core words are most of the words we say in our daily conversations.

Check out the Communication Bill of Rights, which are basic communication rights for all people, on the core vocabulary bulletin board by the elevator.

Our word of the month for November is “stop”. Some ways you can use this word include “STOP,” “Oh my gosh, STOP!” “Please STOP,” “he/she said STOP,” or “we STOPPED.” What are some more ways you can use the word “STOP”? Get creative!

Good Morning! RMS Student Council is also hosting its annual Thanksgiving food drive to support our community and Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry. We need your help! Please consider donating non-perishable food and/or toiletries to your x-time classroom from Wednesday, November 14th until Friday, November 22nd to be donated. . The x-time class that brings in the most items will win a prize!

Hey, did you know that next week Student Council will be hosting a spirit week to kick off Thanksgiving Break?

Monday, November 18, is cozy day! Wear your favorite sweatshirt, sweatpants, leggings or sweater! Don’t forget to leave your pajamas at home!

Tuesday, November 19, is fall color day! 6th graders wear orange, 7th graders wear yellow, 8th graders wear red and teachers wear burgundy.

Wednesday, November 20, is twin day! Match with one, or even a group of friends!

Thursday, November 21, is sports day! Wear your favorite team’s hats, sweatshirt, shirt or jersey!

Friday, November 22, is Bulldog pride day! Wear your favorite bulldogs’ shirt or red and gold to show off your Bulldog pride!

There will be no Fab Lab in the LRC this week due to a presenter and Therapy Dogs this week. No Fab lab Tuesday or Thursday this week.

Breakfast Book club will meet tomorrow morning in the LRC. Bring $5 for the new book.

Friday, November 15

Do you see some students during the day using iPads and other devices to help with their communication? Have you wondered how, or why? Communication is much more than just the words you speak. Using different modes of communication helps to improve our conversations and understand each other. We will be continuing our exploration of augmented, or assisted, communication with a new core vocabulary word of the month. Core words are most of the words we say in our daily conversations.

Check out the Communication Bill of Rights, which are basic communication rights for all people, on the core vocabulary bulletin board by the elevator.

Our word of the month for November is “stop”. Some ways you can use this word include “STOP,” “Oh my gosh, STOP!” “Please STOP,” “he/she said STOP,” or “we STOPPED.” What are some more ways you can use the word “STOP”? Get creative!

Good Morning! RMS Student Council is also hosting its annual Thanksgiving food drive to support our community and Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry. We need your help! Please consider donating non-perishable food and/or toiletries to your x-time classroom from Wednesday, November 14th until Friday, November 22nd to be donated. . The x-time class that brings in the most items will win a prize!

Hey, did you know that next week Student Council will be hosting a spirit week to kick off Thanksgiving Break?

Monday, November 18, is cozy day! Wear your favorite sweatshirt, sweatpants, leggings or sweater! Don’t forget to leave your pajamas at home!

Tuesday, November 19, is fall color day! 6th graders wear orange, 7th graders wear yellow, 8th graders wear red and teachers wear burgundy.

Wednesday, November 20, is twin day! Match with one, or even a group of friends!

Thursday, November 21, is sports day! Wear your favorite team’s hats, sweatshirt, shirt or jersey!

Friday, November 22, is Bulldog pride day! Wear your favorite bulldogs’ shirt or red and gold to show off your Bulldog pride!

Have you noticed anything a little different about some of our staff members lately? Do any of them seem a little rougher around the edges? Maybe a little scruffy in the chin region? That’s because it’s No-Shave November!! Any staff member who is participating in No-Shave November this year has a jar to collect money for Fight Colo-rectal Cancer, Prevent Cancer, and St. Jude Children’s Hospital. The staff member who collects the most money will be the winner! So bring in your dimes, dollars, quarters, yen, and euros to support three incredible charities!

Today is the best day ever!!! Why?! Because Stellar Girls Club is having their third meeting of the year! Come make friends, ask questions, design experiments, and have fun! We will meet in room 213 from 3:15-4:45!

Thursday, November 14

Attention Mathletes, your next practice will be Friday, November 15th after school until 4:00 in room 232. We are also accepting new members to the club so if you are interested in participating in fun math competitions or doing challenging math problems, please consider joining Mathletes! If you have any questions, please email Mr. Ozarka.”

Break fast Book CLub will meet next Tuesday morning at 7:10am in the LRC. If you have never come to Breakfast Book CLub we would love to have you join us! We play games, talk about books and eat breakfast in the LRC. Next meeting is November 19.

Hey, did you know that next week Student Council will be hosting a spirit week to kick off Thanksgiving Break?

Monday, November 18, is cozy day! Wear your favorite sweatshirt, sweatpants, leggings or sweater! Don’t forget to leave your pajamas at home!

Tuesday, November 19, is fall color day! 6th graders wear orange, 7th graders wear yellow, 8th graders wear red and teachers wear burgundy.

Wednesday, November 20, is twin day! Match with one, or even a group of friends!

Thursday, November 21, is sports day! Wear your favorite team’s hats, sweatshirt, shirt or jersey!

Friday, November 22, is Bulldog pride day! Wear your favorite bulldogs’ shirt or red and gold to show off your Bulldog pride!

Battle of the Book participants…we have a meeting after school today from 3:00 to 3:20 in the LRC. 

Wednesday, November 13

Attention Mathletes, your next practice will be Friday, November 15th after school until 4:00 in room 232. We are also accepting new members to the club so if you are interested in participating in fun math competitions or doing challenging math problems, please consider joining Mathletes! If you have any questions, please email Mr. Ozarka.”

The Computer and Engineering Club with Mr. Crawley will have it’s first meeting on Wednesday November 13th in room 001 at 3:10. If you would like to be part of the club, which will meet on Wednesdays during trimester two, come and check it out. See you there!

Break fast Book CLub will meet next Tuesday morning at 7:10am in the LRC. If you have never come to Breakfast Book CLub we would love to have you join us! We play games, talk about books and eat breakfast in the LRC. Next meeting is November 19.

Attention students – If you signed up to read with a dog you MUST bring your signed permission slip to the LRC no later than the end of the day TODAY.

Good Morning! RMS Student Council is also hosting its annual Thanksgiving food drive to support our community and Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry. We need your help! Please consider donating non-perishable food and/or toiletries to your x-time classroom from Wednesday, November 14th until Friday, November 22nd to be donated. . The x-time class that brings in the most items will win a prize!

Your Rotolo wrestling team won big again yesterday 76-30 over Franklin Middle school in Wheaton. These kids can wrestle! Go dogs!

Tuesday, November 12

Attention Mathletes, your next practice will be Friday, November 15th after school until 4:00 in room 232. We are also accepting new members to the club so if you are interested in participating in fun math competitions or doing challenging math problems, please consider joining Mathletes! If you have any questions, please email Mr. Ozarka.”

The Computer and Engineering Club with Mr. Crawley will have it’s first meeting on Wednesday November 13th in room 001 at 3:10. If you would like to be part of the club, which will meet on Wednesdays during trimester two, come and check it out. See you there!

Hey All your Battle of the Books Teams…there will be a quick meeting after school on Thursday from 3-3:25 to get your picture and make your team nameplates. Please Attend this after school battle of the books meeting in the LRC from 3 to 3:25. If you cannot attend see Mrs. Cook in the LRC. Also, there is still time to sign up to participate…don’t have a team..sign up anyway!

Attention students – If you signed up to read with a dog you MUST bring your signed permission slip to the LRC no later than Wednesday.

Good Morning! RMS Student Council is also hosting its annual Thanksgiving food drive to support our community and Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry. We need your help! Please consider donating non-perishable food and/or toiletries to your x-time classroom from Wednesday, November 14th until Friday, November 22nd to be donated. . The x-time class that brings in the most items will win a prize!

Monday, November 11

Do you see some students during the day using iPads and other devices to help with their communication? Have you wondered how, or why? Communication is much more than just the words you speak. Using different modes of communication helps to improve our conversations and understand each other. We will be continuing our exploration of augmented, or assisted, communication with a new core vocabulary word of the month. Core words are most of the words we say in our daily conversations.

Check out the Communication Bill of Rights, which are basic communication rights for all people, on the core vocabulary bulletin board by the elevator.

Our word of the month for November is “stop”. Some ways you can use this word include “STOP,” “Oh my gosh, STOP!” “Please STOP,” “he/she said STOP,” or “we STOPPED.” What are some more ways you can use the word “STOP”? Get creative!

Attention Mathletes, your next practice will be Friday, November 15th after school until 4:00 in room 232. We are also accepting new members to the club so if you are interested in participating in fun math competitions or doing challenging math problems, please consider joining Mathletes! If you have any questions, please email Mr. Ozarka.”

The Computer and Engineering Club with Mr. Crawley will have it’s first meeting on Wednesday November 13th in room 001 at 3:10. If you would like to be part of the club, which will meet on Wednesdays during trimester two, come and check it out. See you there!

There is an NJHS meeting on Monday, November 11th from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room. See you there!

Attention teachers: it’s not too late! You heard me right, it’s not too late to sign-up for No-Shave November! Please email Ms. Thornton if you would like to sign-up and help raise money for three amazing charities!

Hey All your Battle of the Books Teams…there will be a quick meeting after school on Thursday from 3-3:25 to get your picture and make your team nameplates. Please Attend this after school battle of the books meeting in the LRC from 3 to 3:25. If you cannot attend see Mrs. Cook in the LRC. Also, there is still time to sign up to participate…don’t have a team..sign up anyway!

Hey Rotolo! It’s School Psychology Awareness Week! School psychologists help students, parents and staff in so many ways and Rotolo has two of the finest- Mrs. Arrigo and Mrs. Reinert. Be sure to tell them thank you this week for everything they do.

Friday, November 8

Do you see some students during the day using iPads and other devices to help with their communication? Have you wondered how, or why? Communication is much more than just the words you speak. Using different modes of communication helps to improve our conversations and understand each other. We will be continuing our exploration of augmented, or assisted, communication with a new core vocabulary word of the month. Core words are most of the words we say in our daily conversations.

Check out the Communication Bill of Rights, which are basic communication rights for all people, on the core vocabulary bulletin board by the elevator.

Our word of the month for November is “stop”. Some ways you can use this word include “STOP,” “Oh my gosh, STOP!” “Please STOP,” “he/she said STOP,” or “we STOPPED.” What are some more ways you can use the word “STOP”? Get creative!

Attention Mathletes, your next practice will be Friday, November 15th after school until 4:00 in room 232. We are also accepting new members to the club so if you are interested in participating in fun math competitions or doing challenging math problems, please consider joining Mathletes! If you have any questions, please email Mr. Ozarka.”

Battle Battle Book Books…it’s time to compete!! Register yourself or a team for the battle of the Books! It’s fun , it’s competitive and the prizes are amazing!!! Register in the LRC by November 15th!!

ATTN Bowlers! Please join us this Today for bowling!! Be sure to meet right after school in Mrs. Oswald’s Room — room 111. We will get set up and go to Funway! Parent pick up should be at Funway by 5pm! Remember your money to bowl and for snacks!

There is an NJHS meeting on Monday, November 11th from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room. See you there!

The Computer and Engineering Club with Mr. Crawley will have it’s first meeting on Wednesday November 13th in room 001 at 3:10. If you would like to be part of the club, which will meet on Wednesdays during trimester two, come and check it out. See you there!

Attention teachers: it’s not too late! You heard me right, it’s not too late to sign-up for No-Shave November! Please email Ms. Thornton if you would like to sign-up and help raise money for three amazing charities!

Thursday, November 7

Calling all 6th and 7th grade girls! If you like to experiment, explore, create and design – Stellar Girls is the right club for you! Each week we will explore something new and this week it’s the science behind sunscreen! Join us this Friday in room 213 from 3:15-4:45 as we eat snacks, make friends, and investigate together. If you have questions, see Miss Schmitt!

Person 1: Duh, duh, duh, duh, duh duh, duh, dun duh. (hum Darth Vader’s theme song)
Person 2: Um…. What’s wrong with you?
Person 1: I’m just being dramatic.
Person 2: Okay, why?
Person 1: Because it’s the last day to join Yearbook club!!!!!!!! And we have a meeting today!!!!!! And I’m sooooooooo excited!!!
Person 2: Okay, that’s actually pretty exciting. Isn’t it in room 213? With Miss Schmitt and Ms. Thornton? And snacks? From 3-4 PM?
Person 1: Yes, yes, yes, and yes. It will be incredible!
Person 2: That actually sounds pretty amazing, I think I’ll come too!
Person 1: Woot!

Battle Battle Book Books…it’s time to compete!! Register yourself or a team for the battle of the Books! It’s fun , it’s competitive and the prizes are amazing!!! Register in the LRC by November 15th!!

ATTN Bowlers! Please join us this Friday for bowling!! Be sure to meet right after school in Mrs. Oswald’s Room — room 111. We will get set up and go to Funway! Parent pick up should be at Funway by 5pm! Remember your money to bowl and for snacks!

Wednesday, November 6

Writing Club is today in Mrs. Hubbles room 224. Be there!

Hey RMS – did you know that Stellar Girls club is back this year?! It’s not too late to join! If you like to experiment, explore, create and design – Stellar Girls is the right club for you! Our second meeting of the year is this Friday, November 8th from 3:15-4:45 in room 213 and is open to all 6th and 7th grade girls. We cannot wait to see you there! If you have questions, see Miss Schmitt!

Yeet, yeet, yeeeeeeeeeet! Yearbook club is happening. Tomorrow. After school. From 3-4. In room 213. Be there. Or be square. Ps, there will be snacks.

Attention Equality Club students: club is canceled for this week.  Equality Club is canceled for this week.

Battle Battle Book Books…it’s time to compete!! Register yourself or a team for the battle of the Books! It’s fun , it’s competitive and the prizes are amazing!!! Register in the LRC by November 15th!!

The Rotolo wrestling team traveled with 85 people to Kaneland middle school excited to step on the mat for their 1st competition of the season only to be welcomed with boo’s from the Kaneland crowd this energized the Bulldogs and they went on to crush the Knights winning 78-22! Great job Bulldogs!!

Tuesday, November 5

Calling all 6th and 7th grade girls! If you like to experiment, explore, create and design – Stellar Girls is the right club for you! Each week we will explore something new and this week it’s the science behind sunscreen! Join us this Friday in room 213 from 3:15-4:45 as we eat snacks, make friends, and investigate together. If you have questions, see Miss Schmitt!

Writing Club is this Wednesday in Mrs. Hubbles room 224. Be there!

Person 1: Oh man… Sigh… How lame… I’m so disappointed.
Person 2: OMG, what is wrong with you? Spill the tea.
Person 1: I’m afraid I missed it!!
Person 2: Missed what?
Person 1: Yearbook club!
Person 2: Oh, bless your heart, you didn’t miss it, there’s another meeting this Thursday in room 213 from 3-4!
Person 1: Oh my goodness. I’m so glad I didn’t miss it. I will be there and it will be amazing!

Attention Equality Club students: club is canceled for this week. Again. Equality Club is canceled for this week.

Today is your last chance to buy your book fair books! The fair will be closing at 3:20 today!

Monday, November 4

Hey RMS – did you know that Stellar Girls club is back this year?! It’s not too late to join! If you like to experiment, explore, create and design – Stellar Girls is the right club for you! Our second meeting of the year is this Friday, November 8th from 3:15-4:45 in room 213 and is open to all 6th and 7th grade girls. We cannot wait to see you there! If you have questions, see Miss Schmitt!

Writing Club is this Wednesday in Mrs. Hubbles room 224. Be there!

Do you see some students during the day using iPads and other devices to help with their communication? Have you wondered how, or why? Communication is much more than just the words you speak. Using different modes of communication helps to improve our conversations and understand each other. We will be continuing our exploration of augmented, or assisted, communication with a new core vocabulary word of the month. Core words are most of the words we say in our daily conversations.

Check out the Communication Bill of Rights, which are basic communication rights for all people, on the core vocabulary bulletin board by the elevator.

Our word of the month for November is “stop”. Some ways you can use this word include “STOP,” “Oh my gosh, STOP!” “Please STOP,” “he/she said STOP,” or “we STOPPED.” What are some more ways you can use the word “STOP”? Get creative!

Friday, November 1

Do you see some students during the day using iPads and other devices to help with their communication? Have you wondered how, or why? Communication is much more than just the words you speak. Using different modes of communication helps to improve our conversations and understand each other. We will be continuing our exploration of augmented, or assisted, communication with a new core vocabulary word of the month. Core words are most of the words we say in our daily conversations.

Check out the Communication Bill of Rights, which are basic communication rights for all people, on the core vocabulary bulletin board by the elevator.

Our word of the month for November is “stop”. Some ways you can use this word include “STOP,” “Oh my gosh, STOP!” “Please STOP,” “he/she said STOP,” or “we STOPPED.” What are some more ways you can use the word “STOP”? Get creative!

Attention All Students in clubs!! Please check your email about yearbook pictures on November 1st.

Thursday, October 31

October is AAC Awareness Month! AAC stands for Augmentative-Alternative Communication. This includes anything that helps you to communicate other than speech, such as using gestures, sign language, wrist guards, core vocabulary boards, devices with speech output, typing, etc. We all use some type of AAC or another. This month, try to keep an eye out for your friends who use different ways to communicate. If you have any questions or want to learn more about AAC, find or ask Mrs. Cannone.

Attention All Students in clubs!! Please check your email about yearbook pictures on November 1st.

8th Grade Red and Gold B Basketball practice is cancelled today – Again – 8th Grade Red and Gold B Basketball practice is cancelled today

Wednesday, October 30

Hey! Equality Club is meeting today after school in room 703! Are you coming? Again, Equality Club is meeing today after school in room 703.

Prizes are waiting for those red carpet readers! Congratulations to Samantha Varalli who is the top Red carpet reader so far! Pick up the red carpet books and response sheets and win prizes…popcorn here I come!

Tuesday, October 29

Do you like to read? Do you like to compete? Do you like working with a team? Get a team together and sign up for Battle of the Books! Registration starts on Halloween in the LRC! Get a treat if you sign up on the first day!

EXTRA! EXTRA! Newpaper club is cancelled for Wednesday morning. Newspaper will meet again next Wednesday!

Do you see some students during the day using iPads and other devices to help with their communication? Have you wondered how, or why? Communication is much more than just the words you speak. Using different modes of communication helps to improve our conversations and understand each other. We will be continuing our exploration of augmented, or assisted, communication with a new core vocabulary word of the month. Core words are most of the words we say in our daily conversations.

Check out the Communication Bill of Rights, which are basic communication rights for all people, on the core vocabulary bulletin board by the elevator.

Our word of the month for November is “stop”. Some ways you can use this word include “STOP,” “Oh my gosh, STOP!” “Please STOP,” “he/she said STOP,” or “we STOPPED.” What are some more ways you can use the word “STOP”? Get creative!

Monday, October 28

Do you like to read? Do you like to compete? Do you like working with a team? Get a team together and sign up for Battle of the Books! Registration starts on Halloween in the LRC! Get a treat if you sign up on the first day!

The book fair is open tomorrow!!! It will be open before school at 7:40! and after school until 3:20. Browse the new titles and see the new posters in stock.
The book fair will continue every day until November 5th.

EXTRA! EXTRA! Newspaper club will meet this Wednesday at 7:15 in Mrs. Sengenberger’s room!

Friday, October 25

It’s that time! The Scholastic Fall Book Fair is coming to RMS! The book fair runs October 29 to Nov. 5! Get you red carpet books, graphic novels and the sequels to your favorite novels.

Attention 6th Grade Students, BARK It Market will be open today during both lunch periods. Please remember to bring your BARK Tags and be prepared to shop.

Teachers, If you have any students who have been nominated as Dazzle Dawgs during the month of October, please send them to the cafeteria at the conclusion of morning announcements.

Hey lady bulldogs in 6th and 7th grade! Did you know that ice cream is the second favorite treat in North America? Come explore the science of ice cream today in room 213 from 3:15 – 4:45 and join Stellar Girls club, open to all 6th and 7th grade girls. Attendance is mandatory at this informational meeting to join the club! If you have any questions, contact Miss Schmitt!

If you haven’t signed up for wrestling yet what are you waiting for? You have until the end of the week. Talk to your parents and come to the wrestling room to learn and have fun!

Extra! Extra! The Bulldog Barker has a fun Halloween themed quest for RMS students. Check out the Bulldog Barker for details. If you haven’t seen the Bulldog Barker, you can get the link from the RMS website!

Prizes are waiting for those red carpet readers! Congratulations to Samantha Varalli who is the top Red carpet reader so far! Pick up the red carpet books and response sheets and win prizes…popcorn here I come!

Thursday, October 24

October is AAC Awareness Month! AAC stands for Augmentative-Alternative Communication. This includes anything that helps you to communicate other than speech, such as using gestures, sign language, wrist guards, core vocabulary boards, devices with speech output, typing, etc. We all use some type of AAC or another. This month, try to keep an eye out for your friends who use different ways to communicate. If you have any questions or want to learn more about AAC, find or ask Mrs. Cannone.

It’s that time! The Scholastic Fall Book Fair is coming to RMS! The book fair runs October 29 to Nov. 5! Get you red carpet books, graphic novels and the sequels to your favorite novels.

Do you like to read? Do you like to compete? Do you like working with a team? Get a team together and sign up for Battle of the Books! Registration starts on Halloween in the LRC! Get a treat if you sign up on the first day!

It’s not too late!!! Yearbook club is having their first meeting TODAY afterschool in room 213 with Miss Schmitt and Ms. Thornton from 3:00-4:00PM. Please bring your Chromebook and get ready to capture some positive moments from this year for all of eternity.

Hey lady bulldogs in 6th and 7th grade! Have you heard the AWESOME news? Stellar Girls club is back at Rotolo and starts tomorrow in room 213 with Miss Schmitt and Mrs. Bernardoni from 3:15-4:45. This first informational meeting will give you all the facts and have you creating your own tasty treat as we dive into science and engineering. Attendance is mandatory at this informational meeting to join the club!

If you haven’t signed up for wrestling yet what are you waiting for? You have until the end of the week. Talk to your parents and come to the wrestling room to learn and have fun!

Extra! Extra! The Bulldog Barker has a fun Halloween themed quest for RMS students. Check out the Bulldog Barker for details. If you haven’t seen the Bulldog Barker, you can get the link from the RMS website!

Attention games Club members. We will be having a meeting TODAY! If you’ve benn thinking about attending Games Club meake sure to swing by room 204 in the 8th grade wing TODAY from 3-5. Hope to see you there!

There will be no Builders Club today. Please make arrangements to go home right after school.. 

Wednesday, October 23

Hey RMS, guess what is happening tomorrow afterschool? Yearbook club is starting! That’s right. You DON’T want to miss it. So grab a friend and be ready to make a splash getting to know each other and brainstorming ideas for our best year yet. See Miss Schmitt or Ms. Thornton if you have any questions – we are excited to dive in tomorrow in room 213 from 3-4PM.

Hey lady bulldogs in 6th and 7th grade – can you believe the waffle cones have been around for 115 years? Did you know that July is national ice cream month? Come join the Stellar Girls club which starts FRIDAY in room 213 from 3:15-4:45 to learn even more about the science of ice cream. Attendance is mandatory at this informational meeting to join the club! If you have any questions, contact Miss Schmitt!

Join us for Equality Club Wednesday after school in room 703. 

Attention Cross Country today is uniform turn in day and Ice cream run. Report to cafeteria right after school to turn in uniform. Bring backpacks do not leave in lockers! If you are unable to attend Ice cream run please stop in and turn in uniform!

Wrestling practice starts Today! After school in the upstairs gym. If you haven’t signed up what are you waiting for? You have until the end of the week. Talk to your parents and come to the wrestling room to learn and have fun!

Extra! Extra! The Bulldog Barker has a fun Halloween themed quest for RMS students. Check out the Bulldog Barker for details. If you haven’t seen the Bulldog Barker, you can get the link from the RMS website!

Attention Games Club members. We will be having a meeting ths week!! If you’ve been thinking about attending Games Club make sure to swing by room 204 in the 8th grade wing. TOMORROW from 3-5. Hope to see you there!

Tuesday, October 22

Do you like to read? Do you like to compete? Do you like working with a team? Get a team together and sign up for Battle of the Books! Registration starts on Halloween in the LRC! Get a treat if you sign up on the first day!

Hey RMS… do you want to take a selfie? Just kidding… but what about capturing all of the EPIC moments of the 2019-2020 school year? Yearbook club is seeking fun, energetic, collaborative students who are ready to snap photos, get creative and work as a team to design the best yearbook yet! There is something for everyone – writing captions, taking photos, graphic design – come check it out this Thursday, October 24 from 3-4PM in room 213 with Ms. Thornton and Miss Schmitt. We can’t wait to meet you!

Hey lady bulldogs in 6th and 7th grade – is science one of your favorite subjects? Do you want to do fun labs and activities to learn more about science and how things work? Please consider joining Stellar Girls club – we have a mandatory informational meeting this Friday in room 213 from 3:15-4:45. If you have any questions, contact Miss Schmitt!

Attention Writers!!! CREATIVE WRITING CLUB THIS WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 7:15….come hear all the writing rotation stories!

Join us for Equality Club Wednesday after school in room 703. 

Monday, October 21

It’s that time! The Scholastic Fall Book Fair is coming to RMS! The book fair runs October 29 to Nov. 5! Get you red carpet books, graphic novels and the sequels to your favorite novels.

Seeking influencers whose photos are super lit, on point, and Gram-able. If this describes you, come check out Yearbook club! Artists, photographers, and graphic designers
are also needed to make this year’s Yearbook the GOAT!

There is an NJHS meeting on Monday, October 21st from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room. Please come and help make some carnival games and finish door decorating.

Hey lady bulldogs in 6th and 7th grade! Have you heard the AWESOME news? Stellar Girls club is back at Rotolo and starts FRIDAY in room 213 with Miss Schmitt and Mrs. Bernardoni. This first informational meeting will give you all the facts and have you creating your own tasty treat as we dive into science and engineering. Attendance is mandatory at this informational meeting to join the club! If you have any questions, contact Miss Schmitt!

The Cross Country team competed in the IESA State Meet this weekend. The girls placed 10th and the boys finished with a 7th place! Congratulations to the team we are all so proud of both teams!

Also, reminder all Cross country team members uniform turn in and ice cream run is this Wednesday October 23rd. Make sure you make arrangements to get picked up at the Batavia Creamery at 4:15!

Attention Writers!!!  CREATIVE WRITING CLUB THIS WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 7:15…come hear all the writing rotation stories!

Friday, October 18

Attention all artists!!! The annual Caffeinated Colors Art Show at Limestone Coffee and Tea is looking for art submissions. You do not have to be in an art class to submit your work. Submission forms are in Student Services, Mrs McKnight’s or Mrs Meyers room. Can’t wait to see what you submit!

If you haven’t already make sure you sign up for Wrestling! The season starts Wednesday, October 23rd. You don’t want to miss out on the fun!!

The Dogs are Back again in the LRC on Wednesday Oct. 23. Come sign up for reading with a dog!

Attention bowlers! Today is the day! Please meet in Mrs . Oswald’s room — room 111 in the 7th grade hallway for bowling right after school! Please be sure you bring your $7.50 and any money for additional snacks! Parent pick up from Funway should be by 5 pm! See you there! Let’s see who can beat Mr. Thomas!

Attention!! Ahem… Cough cough… I said ATTENTION! Yearbook club is meeting for the first time this year on Thursday, October 24th from 3-4 PM in room 213 with Miss Schmitt and Ms. Thornton. Come and learn about taking great photos and recording the memories of this year for the school!

There is an NJHS meeting on Monday, October 21st from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room. Please come and help make some carnival games and finish door decorating.

Thursday, October 17

Attention all artists!!! The annual Caffeinated Colors Art Show at Limestone Coffee and Tea is looking for art submissions. You do not have to be in an art class to submit your work. Submission forms are in Student Services, Mrs McKnight’s or Mrs Meyers room. Can’t wait to see what you submit!

Attention all artists…art club starts one week from today! woohoo!! There will be two different art clubs. One on Wednesday and one on Thursday both will start after school and end at 4:15. Wednesday’s are in Mrs Meyer’s room and Thursday’s are in Mrs McKnight’s room. See you soon!

If you haven’t already make sure you sign up for Wrestling! The season starts Wednesday, October 23rd. You don’t want to miss out on the fun!!

There will be no LRC Fab Lab this Thursday

Attention bowlers! This week is the week! Please meet in Mrs . Oswald’s room — room 111 in the 7th grade hallway for bowling tomorrow – Friday the 18th! Please be sure you bring your $7.50 and any money for additional snacks! Parent pick up from Funway should be by 5 pm! See you there!

Wednesday, October 16

Woof Woof….the Dogs Are Back! In the LRC! We will have Read to a Dog Day on Thursday this week and the following Wednesday Oct. 23. Check in the LRC for a time spot to sit and read quietly with Tia or Bella or Finnegan!

Only two more days and the author Caitlin Alfirenka will be at our school to talk about writing her book I Will Always Write Back! Finish your class chain and hand in to the LRC! We can’t wait to welcome Caitlin to RMS and our One book One Rotolo!!!

Attention all artists!!! The annual Caffeinated Colors Art Show at Limestone Coffee and Tea is looking for art submissions. You do not have to be in an art class to submit your work. Submission forms are in Student Services, Mrs McKnight’s or Mrs Meyers room. Can’t wait to see what you submit!

Attention all artists…art club starts one week from today! woohoo!! There will be two different art clubs. One on Wednesday and one on Thursday both will start after school and end at 4:15. Wednesday’s are in Mrs Meyer’s room and Thursday’s are in Mrs McKnight’s room. See you soon!

If you haven’t already make sure you sign up for Wrestling! The season starts Wednesday, October 23rd. You don’t want to miss out on the fun!!

Today after school is your last chance to audition for the Annual All-School Rotolo Talent Show. Show your stuff, Rotolo, and join us in the cafeteria at 3:15 for your chance to shine.

Tuesday, October 15

ATTN: IMSA FUSION CLUB MEMBERS — REMINDER THAT OUR FIRST MEETING IS TODAY AFTER SCHOOL IN MRS. CRAWLEY’S ROOM. IT IS IN ROOM 106 IN THE SEVENTH GRADE HALL. SEE YOU LATER!

Woof Woof….the Dogs Are Back! In the LRC! We will have Read to a Dog Day on Thursday this week and the following Wednesday Oct. 23. Check in the LRC for a time spot to sit and read quietly with Tia or Bella or Finnegan!

There is an NJHS meeting on Tuesday, October 15th from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room. See you all there!

Attention all 6th and 7th grade girls – Are you interested in science, fun experiments, and building things? If so – please consider joining Stellar Girls club. We will have a mandatory informational meeting on 10/25/19 from 3:15 to 4:45 in Room 213. Please see or email Miss Schmitt if you have any questions!

Are you a Red Carpet reader? It looks like Mrs. Rios’ ELA classes are! Mrs. Rio’s now has the most students participating! Congrats! Remember to pick up a red carpet book and response sheet in the LRC and make a goal to win prizes!

Only two more days and the author Caitlin Alfirenka will be at our school to talk about writing her book I Will Always Write Back! Finish your class chain and hand in to the LRC! We can’t wait to welcome Caitlin to RMS and our One book One Rotolo!!!

The girls 7th grade- “B Gold” volleyball team had a great season! Congrats to all the girls on their endless effort and determination to improve throughout the season. If you see these girls tell them good job….
Juliza DeLeon
Carly Morris
Emma Hirschauer
Ava Curran
Megan Cooper
Faith Borre
Erin Bird
Kimbriel Rucker
Katie Engelhart

The Cross Country Team is going to State! Both the Boys and Girls teams placed 2nd at the IESA Sectional Meet in Bolingbrook this weekend. They advanced to the IESA State Meet this coming Saturday! Congrats and good luck this weekend!

Rotolo’s Annual All-School Talent Show is Oct. 25. Auditions for talent acts are today and tomorrow after school in the cafeteria starting at 3:15. Sign up on the sheets located on the window of the main office. Whether it be a musical act, an act of physical prowess or a comedy routine, we want to see you shine, Rotolo.

CONGRATULATIONS!!  to the 7th grade Gold “A” volleyball team on a spectacular season.  The girls were 13-2 overall and they are the new conference champions!  They played Wredling and lost the 1st set.  The girls never gave up and battled for the next two sets.  So when you see CeCe Day, Macy Matysik, Ella Rio, Caroline Prodoehl, Riley Bainter, McKenna Bremner, Teagan Rokos or Brooke Vandeloo be sure to tell them CONGRATULATIONS!!!  This is a special group of girls and it was a privalege  to be your coach!

Equality Club is meeting tomorrow in room 703 after school.

Thursday, October 10

October is AAC Awareness Month! AAC stands for Augmentative-Alternative Communication. This includes anything that helps you to communicate other than speech, such as using gestures, sign language, wrist guards, core vocabulary boards, devices with speech output, typing, etc. We all use some type of AAC or another. This month, try to keep an eye out for your friends who use different ways to communicate. If you have any questions or want to learn more about AAC, find or ask Mrs. Cannone.

Breakfast Book Club will meet on Tuesday morning at 7:10 am! We will discuss The Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus and have breakfast too! Please come and join us even if you didn’t make our September meeting!

All 8th Grade boys who are playing in the futures game tonight come pick up your shirt from Mrs McKnight’s room ASAP.

There is an NJHS meeting on Tuesday, October 15th from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room. See you all there!

Good luck to the Rotolo Cross Country Sectional team as they head to Bolingbrook this Saturday to compete in the IESA series! Run hard and leave it all on the course!

Friday, October 25 is the Annual All-School Rotolo Talent Show. Auditions are being held today and next week for emcees and talent acts. Show how Rotolo’s got talent by singing, dancing, doing magic, playing an instrument, juggling, doing gymnastics or martial arts or sharing whatever unique and entertaining talent you may have. Acts must be prepared and performance ready to audition. Sign up sheets are located on the window of the main office. Talent act auditions are next Tuesday Oct. 15 and Wednesday Oct. 16. Emcee auditions are TODAY starting at 3:15 in the cafeteria. We are excited to see your talent, Rotolo!

Congratulations to the 7th grade Gold “A” volleyball team for their win over Rotolo Red. Macy Matysik and Caroline Prodoehl racked up several points serving. Riley Bainter and CeCe Day had some awesome hits, Teagan Rokos and Ella Rios had some great digs.. Brooke Vandeloo and McKenna Bremner also played well. Wish these girls good luck as they will play in the Conference Championships. GO DAWGS!!!

Wednesday, October 9

Equality Club……. Equality Club……. Equality club.
You won’t want to miss the meeting this week. Join your open minded and non-judgemental peers on Wednesdays after school in room 703. Why???????? Equality Club.

Breakfast Book Club will meet on Tuesday morning at 7:10 am! We will discuss The Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus and have breakfast too! Please come and join us even if you didn’t make our September meeting!

There is an NJHS meeting on Tuesday, October 15th from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room. See you all there!

The RMS cross country bulldogs are kicking butt! At Yorkville’s Foxtrot Invitational Meet on Saturday against 15 other teams, the Girls Varisty team finished in 2nd place, the Boys Varsity finished in 1st place, the Girls JV finished in 1st place, and the Boys JV finished in 3rd place which resulted them earning the title of overall champion!

Then last night, your bulldogs competed in the conference meet at Wredling Middle School. Of the 7 teams competing, the Girls Varisty finished in 2nd place, the Boys Varsity finished in 1st place, the Boys JV team finished in 1st place and the Girls JV finsihed in 1st place even securing a perfect score of 15 points. Way to go!

Attention all 6th and 7th grade girls – Are you interested in science, fun experiments, and building things? If so – please consider joining Stellar Girls club. We will have a mandatory informational meeting on 10/25/19 from 3:15 to 4:45 in Room 213. Please see or email Miss Schmitt if you have any questions!

Attention all students – do you like taking pictures? Are you a bulldog superfan that is always attending after school events and activities? Are you super tech savvy and interested in learning about photo editing and digital design? Then consider joining yearbook club! We will have our informational meeting on Wednesday, October 23 in room 213 with Miss Schmitt and Ms. Thornton. See you then!

Friday, October 25 is the Annual All-School Rotolo Talent Show. Auditions for talent acts are next week Tues. Oct. 15 and Wed. Oct. 16. Sign up sheets are located on the window of the main office. Show how Rotolo’s got talent by singing, dancing, doing magic, playing an instrument, juggling, doing gymnastics or martial arts or sharing whatever unique and entertaining talent you may have. Share your talent, Rotolo.

Congratulations to the 7th grade Red B volleyball team for their well played victory in conference playoffs last  night against Harter Middle School.  After beating the 3rd seed, they will play against Wredling Middle School.  Please wish the following girls good luck tonight…. Olivia Bambalas, Ally Porter, Mia Vandenborn, Emma Meyer, Claire Fennel, Lola Kolaya, Angelyce House, and Alaina Olson.  You have all made your coach and school very proud.

Congratulations to the 7th grade Gold volleyball team on a great win over Thompson last night.  Ella Rios and McKenna Bremner served outstanding.  The girls worked well together digging, hitting and passing.  We play Rotolo Red at 4:30 today at Geneva South.  All are welcome to come and cheer us on!  Go Gold

 

Tuesday, October 8

Equality Club……… Equality Club………. Equality club.
You won’t want to miss the meeting this week. Join your open minded and non-judgemental peers on Wednesdays after school in room 703. Why?????? Equality Club.

Sport Club!!! Reminder Sport Club is a chance for you and your friends to play a variety of sports after school every Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 in the West Gym. All you need to do is get a permission slip in Student Services or from the PE office. So get your friends together, get a permission slip, and come have some fun. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Krantz.

Calling all 6th through 8th Graders! Come be a part of RMS Cheer! Join us as we cheer at games, compete at competitions, and perform at showcases! There is a MANDATORY MEETING OCT 9th at 7:45 in room 209. for more information grab a flyer from Student Services or Coach Lloyd’s room 209.

Friday, October 25 is the Annual All-School Rotolo Talent Show. Auditions are being held today and next week for emcees and talent acts. Show how Rotolo’s got talent by singing, dancing, doing magic, playing an instrument, juggling, doing gymnastics or martial arts or sharing whatever unique and entertaining talent you may have. Acts must be prepared and performance ready to audition. Sign up sheets are located on the window of the main office. Talent act auditions are next Tuesday Oct. 15 and Wednesday Oct. 16. Emcee auditions are TODAY starting at 3:15 in the cafeteria. We are excited to see your talent, Rotolo!

Monday, October 7

Attention all artists!! The Caffeinated Colors Art Show is back!! This art show takes place at Limestone Coffee and Tea in downtown Batavia. If you would like to submit a piece you can find a submission form in Student Services or with Mrs McKnight or Mrs Meyer! We can’t wait to see all the awesome pieces you create!!

Sport Club!!! Reminder Sport Club is a chance for you and your friends to play a variety of sports after school every Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 in the West Gym. All you need to do is get a permission slip in Student Services or from the PE office. So get your friends together, get a permission slip, and come have some fun. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Krantz.

Calling all 6th through 8th Graders! Come be a part of RMS Cheer! Join us as we cheer at games, compete at competitions, and perform at showcases! There is a MANDATORY MEETING OCT 9th at 7:45 in room 209. for more information grab a flyer from Student Services or Coach Lloyd’s room 209.

Writing Club is THIS Wednesday morning in Room 224 at 7:45am.  Come join us!

Auditions for emcees for the RMS all school talent show will be tomorrow, Tuesday October 8th after school from 3:15-5pm.  Please sign up on the list on the window of the Main Office if you plan to attend.  The list will be up after 10am.

Friday, October 4

Missing something? Check the Lost & Found located at the end of the Student Services hallway. Any items left in the Lost & Found will be thrown away or donated this Friday, October 4.

Attention all artists!! The Caffeinated Colors Art Show is back!! This art show takes place at Limestone Coffee and Tea in downtown Batavia. If you would like to submit a piece you can find a submission form in Student Services or with Mrs McKnight or Mrs Meyer! We can’t wait to see all the awesome pieces you create!!

Sport Club!!! Reminder Sport Club is a chance for you and your friends to play a variety of sports after school every Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 in the West Gym. All you need to do is get a permission slip in Student Services or from the PE office. So get your friends together, get a permission slip, and come have some fun. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Krantz.

Calling all 6th through 8th Graders! Come be a part of RMS Cheer! Join us as we cheer at games, compete at competitions, and perform at showcases! There is a MANDATORY MEETING OCT 9th at 7:45 in room 209. for more information grab a flyer from Student Services or Coach Lloyd’s room 209.

7th grade Volleyball practice is cancelled today.

Thursday, October 3

Missing something? Check the Lost & Found located at the end of the Student Services hallway. Any items left in the Lost & Found will be thrown away or donated this Friday, October 4.

Attention all artists!! The Caffeinated Colors Art Show is back!! This art show takes place at Limestone Coffee and Tea in downtown Batavia. If you would like to submit a piece you can find a submission form in Student Services or with Mrs McKnight or Mrs Meyer! We can’t wait to see all the awesome pieces you create!!

Sport Club!!! Reminder Sport Club is a chance for you and your friends to play a variety of sports after school every Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 in the West Gym. All you need to do is get a permission slip in Student Services or from the PE office. So get your friends together, get a permission slip, and come have some fun. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Krantz.

Calling all 6th through 8th Graders! Come be a part of RMS Cheer! Join us as we cheer at games, compete at competitions, and perform at showcases! There is a MANDATORY MEETING OCT 9th at 7:45 in room 209. for more information grab a flyer from Student Services or Coach Lloyd’s room 209.

Attention Builders Club Members….Please check your email about our field trip today.  Students who turned in paperwork today will not be able to attend.  We will meet at 12:30 in the atrium outside the main office.  See you soon.

Wednesday, October 2

Thank you to everyone who participated in and helped out with Walk to School Day! Have a great day and see you in the Spring for National Bike to School Day!

Attention 7th & 8th Grade Student Council Members! A quick reminder that if you are interested in running for this year’s Executive Board positions of President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer or Public Relations, you need to complete your application by our meeting scheduled for this Wednesday, 10/2/19. We are looking for our dedicated and motivated school leaders to run for these positions & assist in making this the most productive and fun year yet for RMS Student Council. You can find both the position descriptions and the Executive Board Google Form linked in our RMS Student Council Google Classroom. Please email Mrs. Zimmerman or Ms. Christopher with any questions. See you all on Wednesday!

Missing something? Check the Lost & Found located at the end of the Student Services hallway. Any items left in the Lost & Found will be thrown away or donated this Friday, October 4.

Are you looking for a safe non-judgemental place to be yourself?  If your answer is yes….Come to Equality Club after school today in room 703.

Sport Club!!!  Reminder Sport Club is a chance for you and your friends to play a variety of sports after school every Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 in the West Gym.   All you need todo is get a permission slip in Student Services or from the PE office.  So get your friends together, get a permission slip, and come have some fun.  If you have any questions, please see Ms. Krantz.

Calling all 6th through 8th Graders!  Come be a part of RMS Cheer!  Join us as we cheer at games, compete at competitions, and perform at showcases!  There is a MANDATORY MEETING OCT 9th at 7:45 in room 209.  For more information grab a flyer from Student Services or Coach Lloyd’s room 209.

Congratulations to CeCe Day, Macy Matysik, Ella Rio, Caroline Prodoehl, Riley Bainter, McKenna Bremner, Teagan Rokos and Brooke Vandeloo on their incredible comeback against Yorkville.  The girls never gave up and they fought for every point.  The 7th grade Gold Volleyball team is 6-1 in the conference and 10-2 overall.  This is a special group of girls!

Thank you to everyone who participated in and helped out with Walk to School Day! Have a great day and see you in the Spring for National Bike to School Day!

Tuesday, October 1

Finally! The day you have been waiting for!! Tomorrow is WALK to School Day!
It’s fun! It’s healthy! And get a FREE breakfast! Join us and see you tomorrow!

October is AAC Awareness Month! AAC stands for Augmentative-Alternative Communication. This includes anything that helps you to communicate other than speech, such as using gestures, sign language, wrist guards, core vocabulary boards, devices with speech output, typing, etc. We all use some type of AAC or another. This month, try to keep an eye out for your friends who use different ways to communicate. If you have any questions or want to learn more about AAC, find or ask Mrs. Cannone.

I Will Always Write Back Trivia question, What two jobs did Martin have in the marketplace ? His jobs were serving tea and carrying luggage. We have two raffle winners, Rachel Taye and Maddux Payne. Come to the LRC for your prize.
Thank you for participating in our One Book One Rotolo trivia this year. Stay tuned for the author, Caitlin, visiting our school on October 17th!!!

Attention 7th & 8th Grade Student Council Members! A quick reminder that if you are interested in running for this year’s Executive Board positions of President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer or Public Relations, you need to complete your application by our meeting scheduled for this Wednesday, 10/2/19. We are looking for our dedicated and motivated school leaders to run for these positions & assist in making this the most productive and fun year yet for RMS Student Council. You can find both the position descriptions and the Executive Board Google Form linked in our RMS Student Council Google Classroom. Please email Mrs. Zimmerman or Ms. Christopher with any questions. See you all on Wednesday!

Missing something? Check the Lost & Found located at the end of the Student Services hallway. Any items left in the Lost & Found will be thrown away or donated this Friday, October 4.

Monday, September 30

Don’t forget!! This Wednesday is WALK to SCHOOL Day! Join some friends and celebrate the benefits of starting your day in a healthy way. PLUS, participants will receive a coupon for a FREE breakfast item!!

There is an NJHS meeting on Monday, September 30th in Room 029 from 3:05 – 4 PM. See you all there!

A HUGE thank you to all the students that attended Rotolopalooza this weekend. There were over 450 students, easily making this the the LARGEST, most EPIC Rotolpalooza event EVER. If you lost your student ID or need to pick-up your PHOTOBOOTH pictures, please stop by Student Services today.

Friday, September 27

Next week RMS is joining 80 plus schools from Kane County in the National WALK to SCHOOL DAY on Wednesday, Oct. 2nd.
Why? It’s fun AND good for you too! Students who walk will receive a free breakfast item from the cafeteria. Join your classmates and start your day in a healthy way!

All students attending Rotolopalooza must have a current Rotolo ID. If you lost your ID and need a new one, please bring $5 to the Main Office to have one printed.

ROTOLOPALOOZA is THIS SATURDAY!!! Laser Tag, Crazy Inflatables, a Photo Booth, & MORE!
TODAY is the LAST DAY to purchase ROTOLOPALOOZA ONLINE at rotolomusic.com. Tickets will be available at the door for $20.
If you’ve already purchased your ticket, ROCK ON!!! Remember to bring your signed waiver and student ID. If you need a waiver oR ID visit the MAIN OFFICE today. YOU MUST HAVE A SIGNED WAIVER AND YOUR STUDENT I.D. TO ENTER ROTOLOPALOOZA.

There is an NJHS meeting on Monday, September 30th in Room 029 from 3:05 – 4 PM. See you all there!

There were bracelets found in the south gym after 7th grade volleyball last night. If you lost bracelets please come down to student services. Also there is NO VOLLEYBALL PRACTICE TODAY. NO VOLLEYBALL PRACTICE TODAY!!

A huge congratulations to our RMS Cross Country athletes who competed in the Crusader Invitational last night! Out of the 15 teams competing our running bulldogs finished in first place at the 7th grade girls, 7th grade boys, and 8th grade girls level. The 8th grade boys competed hard and came in 2nd place. With so many outstanding performances, it came as no surprise that the bulldogs were named overall champions of the meet as well! Keep up the great work!

Thursday, September 26

Week 6 I Will Always Write Back TRivia question is this….What jobs did Martin have in the marketplace? Fill out a raffle slip in the LRC. Good luck!

Next week RMS is joining 80 plus schools from Kane County in the National WALK to SCHOOL DAY on Wednesday, Oct. 2nd.
Why? It’s fun AND good for you too! Students who walk will receive a free breakfast item from the cafeteria. Join your classmates and start your day in a healthy way!

All students attending Rotolopalooza must have a current Rotolo ID. If you lost your ID and need a new one, please bring $5 to the Main Office to have one printed.

ROTOLOPALOOZA is THIS SATURDAY!!! Laser Tag, Crazy Inflatables, a Photo Booth, & MORE!

TODAY is the LAST DAY to purchase ROTOLOPALOOZA tickets during your lunch period. Tickets can still be purchased ONLINE at rotolomusic.com

If you’ve already purchased your ticket, ROCK ON!!! Remember to bring your signed waiver and student ID. If you need a waiver of ID visit the MAIN OFFICE today or tomorrow.

Wednesday, September 25

Week 6….” I Will Always Write Back” Trivia question is this….What jobs did Martin have in the marketplace? Fill out a raffle slip in the LRC. Good luck!

Next week RMS is joining 80 plus schools from Kane County in the National WALK to SCHOOL DAY on Wednesday, Oct. 2nd.
Why? It’s fun AND good for you too! Students who walk will receive a free breakfast item from the cafeteria. Join your classmates and start your day in a healthy way!

Equality Club is now meeting on Wednesdays, which is today! If you’re looking for a place to meet new people, feel safe, and not judged for who you are, join us after school today in room 703 in the 7th grade wing. All are welcome!

Tuesday, September 24

Do you dream of playing laser tag and playing on awesome inflatables like the Bungee Run & the Wrecking Ball? Do you aspire to join the best dodgeball team in the suburbs? Perhaps you just want some really delicious snacks and to dance to awesome tunes with your BFFs. Rotolopalooza is happening next week Saturday, September 28th, from 6-9 pm right here at RMS! Everyone’s invited! Buy your tickets online at rotolomusic.com or at the door that night! Tickets will also be sold next week, Sept. 25-26 during all lunch periods.

Trivia Question for this past week was Why was Martin expelled from school? The answer was He couldn’t pay the school fees. We have three raffle winners that can pick up a prize in the LRC. Winner this week are Lincoln Naylor, Ryan AUgustine and Sydney Enger.

Next week RMS is joining 80 plus schools from Kane County in the National WALK to SCHOOL DAY on Wednesday, Oct. 2nd.
Why? It’s fun AND good for you too! Students who walk will receive a free breakfast item from the cafeteria. Join your classmates and start your day in a healthy way!

Do you like to write? Do you love to be creative? Then Creative Writing Club is for you! Come to the informational meeting this Wednesday morning at 7:15 in room 224. We have a lot of fun and even submit some manuscripts to Illinois Young Author! If you have any questions stop by Mrs. Hubble’s room or email her. We will meet every other Wednesday AM

Monday, September 23

Do you dream of playing laser tag and playing on awesome inflatables like the Bungee Run & the Wrecking Ball? Do you aspire to join the best dodgeball team in the suburbs? Perhaps you just want some really delicious snacks and to dance to awesome tunes with your BFFs. Rotolopalooza is happening next week Saturday, September 28th, from 6-9 pm right here at RMS! Everyone’s invited! Buy your tickets online at rotolomusic.com or at the door that night! Tickets will also be sold next week, Sept. 25-26 during all lunch periods.

Next week RMS is joining 80 plus schools from Kane County in the National WALK to SCHOOL DAY on Wednesday, Oct. 2nd.
Why? It’s fun AND good for you too! Students who walk will receive a free breakfast item from the cafeteria. Join your classmates and start your day in a healthy way!

The Cross Country Team competed in the Troy Invitational on Saturday with over 40 schools! The 6th grade girls placed 1st, 7 grade boys and girls place 2nd and the 8th grade girls finished 4th. Also, for the second year in a row the team won the overall championship! Congrats to the team! Go Dawgs!

Friday, September 20

Attn Bowlers: Today is the day!!!! Meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room — 111 in the 7th grade hall right after school. You will need $7.50 to bowl. We will head to Funway and your parents will pick you up there at 5pm!

Attention all 8th grade boys who play soccer. Come for an informational meeting about playing during the Tri Cities Night soccer game. Meet Mrs McKnight at your lunch on Friday.

Do you dream of playing laser tag and playing on awesome inflatables like the Bungee Run & the Wrecking Ball? Do you aspire to join the best dodgeball team in the suburbs? Perhaps you just want some really delicious snacks and to dance to awesome tunes with your BFFs. Rotolopalooza is happening next week Saturday, September 28th, from 6-9 pm right here at RMS! Everyone’s invited! Buy your tickets online at rotolomusic.com or at the door that night! Tickets will also be sold next week, Sept. 25-26 during all lunch periods.

Thursday, September 19

Student Council is hosting our first Spirit Week this week to kick off Batavia’s homecoming! Please join us in showing your Bulldog Pride!

Today Thursday, September 19th: is Throwback Thursday

Dress as your favorite decade, or blast from the past! You can even carry your hydroflasks and sport your hair scrunchies!! Sksksksksk!

Tomorrow : Show your BULLDOG Homecoming Pride by wearing your favorite Bulldog wear!

EXTRA! EXTRA! The Bulldog Barker needs journalists! If you love to stay caught up with the latest news, then the Bulldog Barker needs you. Come to the informational meeting this Thursday morning at 7:15 in room 228. The school newspaper needs writers and photographers to keep the rest of RMS informed. If you have any questions stop by Mrs. Sengenberger’s room or email her.

Attention Bowlers! We will have our first meeting this Friday September 20th! If you would like to join us, please meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room (111) right after school. You need $7.50 to bowl and additional money for snacks if you would like. Your parents need to be at Funway by 5 to pick you up! See you Friday!

Trivia question for week 5 for I Will Always Write Back is…”Martin was expelled from school. It wasn’t for bad behavior. What was the reason?” repeat

Equality Club is meeting today Thursday, after school in room 703. All are welcome.

Attention all 8th grade boys who play soccer. Come for an informational meeting about playing during the Tri Cities Night soccer game. Meet Mrs McKnight at your lunch on Friday.

Do you dream of playing laser tag and playing on awesome inflatables like the Bungee Run & the Wrecking Ball? Do you aspire to join the best dodgeball team in the suburbs? Perhaps you just want some really delicious snacks and to dance to awesome tunes with your BFFs. Rotolopalooza is happening next week Saturday, September 28th, from 6-9 pm right here at RMS! Everyone’s invited! Buy your tickets online at rotolomusic.com or at the door that night! Tickets will also be sold next week, Sept. 25-26 during all lunch periods.

Wednesday, September 18

Student Council is hosting our first Spirit Week this week to kick off Batavia’s homecoming! Please join us in showing your Bulldog Pride!

Today.. September 18th is Favorite Sport or Team day. Don’t forget, the parade is today!

Tomorrow…Thursday, September 19th: Throwback Thursday! Dress as your favorite decade, or blast from the past! You can even carry your hydroflasks and sport your hair scrunchies!! Sksksksksk!

Friday, September 20th: Show your BULLDOG Homecoming Pride by wearing your favorite Bulldog wear!

EXTRA! EXTRA! The Bulldog Barker needs journalists! If you love to stay caught up with the latest news, then the Bulldog Barker needs you. Come to the informational meeting this Thursday morning at 7:15 in room 228. The school newspaper needs writers and photographers to keep the rest of RMS informed. If you have any questions stop by Mrs. Sengenberger’s room or email her.

Attention Bowlers! We will have our first meeting this Friday September 20th! If you would like to join us, please meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room (111) right after school. You need $7.50 to bowl and additional money for snacks if you would like. Your parents need to be at Funway by 5 to pick you up! See you Friday!

The raffle winner of the One Book One Rotolo Trivia question is Sophia Vergara. Sophia can come to the LRC for her prize. The answer to ..Why did Martin write a letter to Caitlin’s parents was to ask for money for school. Congrats Sophia.

Trivia question for week 5 for I Will Always Write Back is…”Martin was expelled from school. It wasn’t for bad behavior. What was the reason?” 

Equality Club is meeting tomorrow, Thursday, after school in room 703. All are welcome.

The Rotolo running bulldogs competed in the Royal Cadet Invitational last night at Marmion. Our team was victorious in all four races and came out as the overall champions – way to run hard and compete! Good luck at the Troy Invitational on Saturday!

Tuesday, September 17

EXTRA! EXTRA! The Bulldog Barker needs journalists! If you love to stay caught up with the latest news, then the Bulldog Barker needs you. Come to the informational meeting this Thursday morning at 7:15 in room 228. The school newspaper needs writers and photographers to keep the rest of RMS informed. If you have any questions stop by Mrs. Sengenberger’s room or email her.

Attention Bowlers! We will have our first meeting this Friday September 20th! If you would like to join us, please meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room (111) right after school. You need $7.50 to bowl and additional money for snacks if you would like. Your parents need to be at Funway by 5 to pick you up! See you Friday!

The raffle winner of the One Book One Rotolo Trivia question is Sophia Vergara. Sophia can come to the LRC for her prize. The answer to ..Why did Martin write a letter to Caitlin’s parents was to ask for money for school. Congrats Sophia

 

Monday, September 16

Student Council will be hosting our first Spirit Week next week to kick off Batavia’s homecoming! Please join us in showing your Bulldog Pride!

Today is College Wear Day. What college team do you support?

Tuesday, September 17th: It’s a White Out!

Wednesday, September 18th: Favorite Sport or Team day. Wear your favorite professional team jersey, t-shirt or sweatshirt! Don’t forget, the parade is today!

Thursday, September 19th: Throwback Thursday! Dress as your favorite decade, or blast from the past! You can even carry your hydroflasks and sport your hair scrunchies!! Sksksksksk!

Friday, September 20th: Show your BULLDOG Homecoming Pride by wearing your favorite Bulldog wear!

EXTRA! EXTRA! The Bulldog Barker needs journalists! If you love to stay caught up with the latest news, then the Bulldog Barker needs you. Come to the informational meeting this Thursday morning at 7:15 in room 228. The school newspaper needs writers and photographers to keep the rest of RMS informed. If you have any questions stop by Mrs. Sengenberger’s room or email her.

Friday, September 13

Student Council will be hosting our first Spirit Week next week to kick off Batavia’s homecoming! Please join us in showing your Bulldog Pride!

Monday, September 16th: College Wear Day. What college team do you support? Show us on Monday!

Tuesday, September 17th: It’s a White Out!

Wednesday, September 18th: Favorite Sport or Team day. Wear your favorite professional team jersey, t-shirt or sweatshirt! Don’t forget, the parade is today!

Thursday, September 19th: Throwback Thursday! Dress as your favorite decade, or blast from the past! You can even carry your hydroflasks and sport your hair scrunchies!! Sksksksksk!

Friday, September 20th: Show your BULLDOG Homecoming Pride by wearing your favorite Bulldog wear!

Attention all 8th grade boys who play soccer. Next Thursday there will be an informational meeting about participating in this years Tri-City Night in Mrs McKnight’s room during your lunch. See you there!

Thursday, September 12

Listen carefully to the Trivia question for I Will Always write back! Submit your answer this week in the LRC! Why did Martin write a letter directly to Caitlin’s parents??

Student Council will be hosting our first Spirit Week next week to kick off  Batavia’s homecoming! Please join us in showing your Bulldog Pride!

Monday, September 16th: College Wear Day. What college team do you support? Show us on Monday!

Tuesday, September 17th: It’s a White Out!

Wednesday, September 18th: Favorite Sport or Team day. Wear your favorite professional team jersey, t-shirt or sweatshirt! Don’t forget, the parade is today!

Thursday, September 19th: Throwback Thursday! Dress as your favorite decade, or blast from the past! You can even carry your hydroflasks and sport your hair scrunchies!!

Friday, September 20th: Show your BULLDOG Homecoming Pride by wearing your favorite Bulldog wear!

The Rotolo middle school running bulldogs had their last home cross country meet of the season on Tuesday against the Yorkville Foxes. The ladies were victorious with a score of 25 to 43 and the boys came close, with a score of 29 to 27. Great job to everyone and good luck at the Royal Cadet Invitational next week!

Attention all 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Have you or a friend ever been affected by boredom, laziness, apathy, or general disinterest syndrome? Have you ever wanted to be a part of something cool and exciting? Do you like friendly competition? Do you currently have an itchy rash that your unsure about?  Perhaps Games Club has what you need. Patients who attend Games Club report feeling younger, happier, more engaged and less rashy. Come find out what all the buzz is about. Games Club has opportunities for you and your friends to play board games, card games, and even role playing games. Sorry, video gamers, we leave those at home.  Side effects of attending Games Club may include but are not limited to: having fun, smiling, laughing, making friends, and wanting to play more games.  Ask your teacher or counselor if Games Club is right for you!  Feel free to stop by Games Club today to receive your bi-weekly dose of fun and entertainment. We meet in room 204 from 3-5pm every other Thursday.  Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, September 11

The Fab Lab is open!! This year the Fab Lab will be open during Xtime only on Tuesday and Thursdays. You must sign up with your Xtime teacher to come. There is a limited amount of students allowed so only attend on a Tuesday or a Thursday in one week. The Fab Lab has STEAM activities that you can work on individually or with a couple friends. Hope to see you in the LRC Fab Lab!

Listen carefully to the Trivia question for I Will Always write back! Submit your answer this week in the LRC! Why did Martin write a letter directly to Caitlin’s parents??

For any student wanting to attend Equality Club: our first meeting is tomorrow after school in room 703. All are welcome.

Tuesday, September 10

Tomorrow Wednesday is the first day for Wired for Math. Here are 3 things you might not know about Wired for Math: 1. It is an opportunity to get some extra help with assignments or to get caught up on IXL minutes . 2. You do not need to sign up – or attend every week.- just drop in when you need it. 3. Wired for Math has a shuttle bus that will take you home if you need it – so transportation is not an issue. Come down to room 112 Wednesday at 3:05 and see what Wired for Math is all about.

The Fab Lab is open!! This year the Fab Lab will be open during Xtime only on Tuesday and Thursdays. You must sign up with your Xtime teacher to come. There is a limited amount of students allowed so only attend on a Tuesday or a Thursday in one week. The Fab Lab has STEAM activities that you can work on individually or with a couple friends. Hope to see you in the LRC Fab Lab!

Breakfast Book Club has their first meeting next Tuesday in the LRC! Come and enjoy breakfast, discussion and activities! Love to read? Join us at 7:10am next TUesday in the LRC. Bring $5 for the new book! See Mrs. Cook for details.

We have two raffle winners for the I Will ALways Write back trivia question, Hannah Fox and Madeline Weis! Please come to LRC to get your prize. Listen tomorrow for a new question about our One Book One Rotolo! Congrats Madeline and Hannah!

Holy Quacamole! Avocado remind you that Foods club will meat today from 3-3:30 in the Foods Room. Peas bring a writing utensil. Thanks for pudding up with these corny announcements! Have an Eggs-cellent day!

Monday, September 9

Holy Guacamole…Foods Club is starting. It’s as easy as pie to join. An informational meeting to “taco about it” will be held on Tuesday, September 10 from 3-3:45 in the Foods Room (Room 010). If you have any questions, see Mrs. Powell. Have an Eggs-cellent day!!

Student Led Prayer Group will be starting next week on September 10. Come down to Mr. Lambillotte’s room (Room number 119 in the seventh grade wing) at 7:15 every Tuesday morning. Join us for devotions, prayer, and DONUTS. Hope to see you there.

There is an NJHS meeting on Monday, September 9th from 3-4 in Ms. Thornton’s room. See you all there!

This Wednesday is the first day for Wired for Math. Here are 3 things you might not know about Wired for Math: 1. It is an opportunity to get some extra help with assignments or to get caught up on IXL minutes . 2. You do not need to sign up – or attend every week.- just drop in when you need it. 3. Wired for Math has a shuttle bus that will take you home if you need it – so transportation is not an issue. Come down to room 112 Wednesday at 3:05 and see what Wired for Math is all about.

Friday, September 6

Have you heard of Equality Club? Equality Club is for students that want to support individuals or groups of individuals to not be treated differently or less favorably for any reason. Any student, from any grade level is welcome to join. Our first meeting is next Thursday, Sept. 12th from 3:10-4 in room 703. That is a new location: again Equality club will meet in room 703 starting next Thursday.

Here is today’s quote from “I Will Always Write Back.”
After two hours of pushing my mother in a wheelbarrow through mud, I was relieved to finally see the hospital in the distance. We neared the entrance and I saw that there was a line of at least fifty people waiting to be seen. We joined the end and I ran ahead to see if there was any chance of bumping my mother to the front. As I walked toward the admitting door, I passed many people who looked worse off than my mother. One woman was limp, almost lifeless, in her husband’s arms.

Student Led Prayer Group will be starting next week on September 10. Come down to Mr. Lambillotte’s room (Room number 119 in the seventh grade wing) at 7:15 every Tuesday morning. Join us for devotions, prayer, and DONUTS. Hope to see you there.

Holy Guacamole…Foods Club is starting. It’s as easy as pie to join. An informational meeting to “taco about it” will be held on Tuesday, September 10 from 3-3:45 in the Foods Room (Room 010). If you have any questions, see Mrs. Powell. Have an Eggs-cellent day!!

There is an NJHS meeting on Monday, September 9th from 3-4 in Ms. Thornton’s room. See you all there!

Your Rotolo Cross Country team has continued its winning season remaining undefeated! Last night both the boys and the girls defeated both Kaneland and West Chicago Leman. Next week we take on Yorkville! Come out and watch!

Thursday, September 5

Breakfast Book Club is a great way to spend a morning before school! Join up and discuss books, play games and eat a fun breakfast! Breakfast book club meets the third Tuesday of every month before school. Come to the LRC and sign up and get more information! The first meeting is September 17th.

I Will Always Write Back trivia question winner for last week is Grace Elfman. Grace can come to pick up her prize in the LRC! This week’s question is….
Martin read about Caitlin’s pet and wrote back that they eat them in Zimbawwe. What was Caitlin’s pet? Fill out an entry in the LRC!

Congrats to the boys and girls Cross Country team! Tuesday they took on Geneva South. Both teams were victorious! Great job! We will take on Kaneland today!

Have you heard of Equality Club? Equality Club is for students that want to support individuals or groups of individuals to not be treated differently or less favorably for any reason. Any student, from any grade level is welcome to join. Our first meeting is next Thursday, Sept. 12th from 3:10-4 in room 703. That is a new location: again Equality club will meet in room 703 starting next Thursday.

Here is today’s quote from “I Will Always Write Back.”
“What does your father do?” he asked.
I think he expected me to say “teacher,” so when I said that my father lost his factory job after sixteen years of dedicated work, Mr. M was even more surprised. I explained that my parents didn’t finish elementary school, and they were barely literate. And I added what I knew was the urgent truth: that I was their only hope. As I spoke, I felt a big ball of emotion forming in my chest.

Student Led Prayer Group will be starting next week on September 10. Come down to Mr. Lambillotte’s room (Room number 119 in the seventh grade wing) at 7:15 every Tuesday morning. Join us for devotions, prayer, and DONUTS. Hope to see you there.

Holy Guacamole…Foods Club is starting. It’s as easy as pie to join. An informational meeting to “taco about it” will be held on Tuesday, September 10 from 3-3:45 in the Foods Room (Room 010). If you have any questions, see Mrs. Powell. Have an Eggs-cellent day!!

 

Wednesday, September 4

I Will Always Write Back trivia question winner for last week is Grace Elfman. Grace can come to pick up her prize in the LRC! This week’s question is….
Martin read about Caitlin’s pet and wrote back that they eat them in Zimbawwe. What was Caitlin’s pet? Fill out an entry in the LRC!

Breakfast Book Club is a great way to spend a morning before school! Join up and discuss books, play games and eat a fun breakfast! Breakfast book club meets the third Tuesday of every month before school. Come to the LRC and sign up and get more information! The first meeting is September 17th.

Do you see some students during the day using iPads and other devices to help with their communication? Have you wondered how, or why? Communication is much more than just the words you speak. Using different modes of communication helps to improve our conversations and understand each other. We will be continuing our exploration of augmented, or assisted, communication with a new core vocabulary word of the week. Core words are most of the words we say in our daily conversations.  

Our word of the week this week is “what”. Some ways you can use this word include “WHAT are you talking about?” “WHAT! No way!” “WHAT was that?” And “I like WHAT you did there.” what are more ways you can use the word “what”? Get creative!

Students: you’ve learned the what, the how, and the why of Calm Classroom. Today you will begin putting it to practice. Enjoy.”

Friday, August 30

The “One Book, One Rotolo” book, “I Will Always Write Back” has many themes, but the theme for the next couple of months is “Accepting Diversity.” One way to learn about different ways that people live is to read about their lives. For the next few weeks we will be reading quotes that highlight the very different life of Martin in Zimbabwe.

Here is today’s quote from “I Will Always Write Back.”

p.242 I waited for Rabbit to start eating, to watch how to hold a fork. Mine felt clumsy in my hand. Rabbit must have sensed my discomfort, because he said, “You can eat with your hands. No one will judge you.” I looked around and saw every single kid was using a fork. I tightened my grip and dug into the steaming pile of beans on my plate.

Did you know that there is no need to sign up for Wired for Math?

Rotolo Middle School’s favorite study club is a little different than other clubs you may have joined in the past. Wired for Math meets every week, but students only come when they need to. There is no need to sign up and no committment. So, if you find yourself struggling with an assignment or completion of IXL minutes, just drop by room 111 for Wired for Math.

Wired for Math meets on Wednesdays from 3:00 to 4:15 starting September 11th.

Your Rotolo Cross Country team kicked off there season on Tuesday against St. Charles Thompson. Both teams defeated Thompson, Girl winning 26-30 and the boys with a great low score 17-58. Wish the team luck on a successful season.

Thursday, August 29

The “One Book, One Rotolo” book, “I Will Always Write Back” has many themes, but the theme for the next couple of months is “Accepting Diversity.” One way to learn about different ways that people live is to read about their lives. For the next few weeks we will be reading quotes that highlight the very different life of Martin in Zimbabwe.

Here is today’s quote from “I Will Always Write Back.”

p.215 Martin was leaning against a building that looked like a wooden shack-not the thatched-roof hut in my mind. My first thought was, that can’t be his home. Our backyard tool shed looked bigger and sturdier. I flipped through the pictures several times, though, and realized, that is his home.

Are you interested in Builders Club, but missed our 1st meeting? No worries, we are going to meet again today in room 105 after school. We will have a full meeting, so expect to be here till 4. If you are currently in another after school activity that will keep you from some fall meetings, please pick up a permission packet in student services. All students are welcome! There are not prerequisites for helping others. Hope to see you all there! Thursday, August 29th in room 105 for Builders Club.

Did you know that students who attend Wired for Math score 25% higher on tests?

OK – That’s not true – but what is true is that Students who participate in Wired for Math get help completing assignments and preparing for tests.

It’s also true that they don’t have to worry about how to get home. Wired for Math provides a bus that will drop students at all elementary schools and apartment complexes in Batavia.

Wired for Math meets on Wednesdays from 3:00 to 4:15 starting September 11th. Listen for more details tomorrow.

Sup Anime fans! come on down to room 218 today after school for your bi weekly anime fix!

Wednesday, August 28

Here is the Wednesday I Will ALways Write Back Trivia question!
Martin’s mother calls Caitlin a very pretty murungu. What does Murungu mean?
IF you know the answer fill out a entry in the LRC. You will be put in for a weekly raffle prize!!!

Are you interested in Builders Club, but missed our 1st meeting? No worries, we are going to meet again this Thursday in room 105 after school. We will have a full meeting, so expect to be here till 4. If you are currently in another after school activity that will keep you from some fall meetings, please pick up a permission packet in student services. All students are welcome! There are not prerequisites for helping others. Hope to see you all there! Thursday, August 29th in room 105 for Builders Club.

Do you need a space with uninterrupted internet access to finish those IXL minutes?

Do you sometimes need a little help to complete assignments?

If you answered yes to either of those questions, then join us for Wired for Math – Rotolo Middle School’s favorite study club.

Wired for Math meets on Wednesdays from 3:00 to 4:15 starting September 11th. Listen for more information tomorrow.

Tuesday, August 27

The “One Book, One Rotolo” book, “I Will Always Write Back” has many themes, but the theme for the next couple of months is “Accepting Diversity.” One way to learn about different ways that people live is to read about their lives. For the next few weeks we will be reading quotes that highlight the very different life of Martin in Zimbabwe.

Here is today’s quote from “I Will Always Write Back.”

Listen closely to the announcements on Wednesday. There will be a question about “I Will Always Write Back” and an opportunity to win a prize if you answer the question correctly in the LMC.

p.187 I particularly appreciated the package of ten toothbrushes. Inside, there was a booklet that discussed ‘dental hygiene.’ It said you should change your toothbrush every six months-I was shocked. I had had mine for seven years.

We have a winner for the I Will Always Write Back Trivia question of the week! What did Martin and Caitlyn have in common with sports? They both played soccer! Noah Gifford is the winner! Noah, please come to the LRC to get your prize. Listen tomorrow for the next trivia question. And come to the LRC to enter your answer for a raffle prize!

 

Monday, August 26

We are looking for a few good leaders!! Do you consider yourself to be organized, responsible, dedicated and a natural born leader? Then RMS Student Council wants YOU! As an esteemed Student Council member, you will represent your grade level by utilizing your leadership and collaboration skills on a regular basis. You will be asked to organize and foster school spirit, lead various school wide and community service projects and represent the opinions and feedback of your peers throughout the course of the school year. Student Council usually meets twice a month on Wednesdays after school. Please check your email to find more information about joining Student Council. Be sure to complete the Google Form no later than Thursday, August 29th. @ 3:05pm. Our first meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, September 4th Please contact Ms. Christopher or Mrs. Zimmerman for more details.

The “One Book, One Rotolo” book, “I Will Always Write Back” has many themes, but the theme for the next couple of months is “Accepting Diversity.” One way to learn about different ways that people live is to read about their lives. For the next few weeks we will be reading quotes that highlight the very different life of Martin in Zimbabwe.

Here is today’s quote from “I Will Always Write Back.”

p.182 Martin wrote, “My mother wants to thank you for the shoes. Now she will be counted in society.” I thought, How can someone be overlooked or ignored just because she doesn’t have shoes? I started obsessing about how ridiculous it was that people were treated badly because of how much money they did or did not have.

Do you see some students during the day using iPads and other devices to help with their communication? Have you wondered how, or why? Communication is much more than just the words you speak. Using different modes of communication helps to improve our conversations and understand each other. We will be including a weekly announcement to teach you a new core vocabulary word of the week. Core words are most of the words we say in our conversations. Our word of the week this week is “went”. some ways you can use this word include “I WENT there this weekend, how about you?” Or “that was so fun when we WENT there!” what are more ways you can use these words? Get creative! Check out the new bulletin board by the elevator to learn more about core words.

There is an NJHS meeting on Monday, August 26th from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room (029), see you all there!

Friday, August 23

The “One Book, One Rotolo” book, “I Will Always Write Back” has many themes, but the theme for the next couple of months is “Accepting Diversity.” One way to learn about different ways that people live is to read about their lives. For the next few weeks we will be reading quotes that highlight the very different life of Martin in Zimbabwe.

Her is today’s quote from “I Will Always Write Back.”
“I started to look at my own life in a new way. I saw all the things I took for granted-which cereal to eat for breakfast, or whether or not I wanted ice cream or cookies for dessert. These decisions were total luxuries. I got to choose. Even going to school felt different-not so much this thing I had to do, something I was lucky to do.”

There is an NJHS meeting on Monday, August 26th from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room (029), see you all there!

We are looking for a few good leaders!! Do you consider yourself to be organized, responsible, dedicated and a natural born leader? Then RMS Student Council wants YOU! As an esteemed Student Council member, you will represent your grade level by utilizing your leadership and collaboration skills on a regular basis. You will be asked to organize and foster school spirit, lead various school wide and community service projects and represent the opinions and feedback of your peers throughout the course of the school year. Student Council usually meets twice a month on Wednesdays after school. Please check your email to find more information about joining Student Council. Be sure to complete the Google Form no later than Thursday, August 29th. @ 3:05pm. Our first meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, September 4th Please contact Ms. Christopher or Mrs. Zimmerman for more details.

Thursday, August 22

The “One Book, One Rotolo” book, “I Will Always Write Back” has many themes, but the theme for the next couple of months is “Accepting Diversity.” One way to learn about different ways that people live is to read about their lives. For the next few weeks we will be reading quotes that highlight the very different life of Martin in Zimbabwe.

Here is today’s quote from “I Will Always Write Back.”

“I went to the market every day that week to make as much money as possible. It was the only way I could go back to school. Even if I missed a whole year, I’d catch up. That thought kept me going.”

 

Do you enjoy helping others, meeting new people and being part of a team? Then Builders Club is the club for you! Builders Club is the middle school version of the elementary K-Kids and the High School’s Key Club. We meet every other Thursday from 3:00 till 4:00 in room 105. We will be having our 1st informational meeting this Thursday (August 22nd) from 3:00 till 3:30. Please join us Thursday, August 22nd at 3:00 in room 105 for Builders Club! I’m looking forward to seeing you all there!!!

Did you get some reading done this summer and participated in your public library’s summer reading club and filled out a logbook and collected prizes from your public library? If you did, RMS is rewarding you with a cafe coupon. Please come to the LRC and pick it up some time this week.

There is an NJHS meeting on Monday, August 26th from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room (029), see you all there!

Wednesday, August 21

Do you enjoy helping others, meeting new people and being part of a team? Then Builders Club is the club for you! Builders Club is the middle school version of the elementary K-Kids and the High School’s Key Club. We meet every other Thursday from 3:00 till 4:00 in room 105. We will be having our 1st informational meeting this Thursday (August 22nd) from 3:00 till 3:30. Please join us Thursday, August 22nd at 3:00 in room 105 for Builders Club! I’m looking forward to seeing you all there!!!

Did you get some reading done this summer and participated in your public library’s summer reading club and filled out a logbook and collected prizes from your public library? If you did, RMS is rewarding you with a cafe coupon. Please come to the LRC and pick it up some time this week.

Tuesday, August 20

The “One Book, One Rotolo” book, “I Will Always Write Back” has many themes, but the theme for the next couple of months is “Accepting Diversity.” One way to learn about different ways that people live is to read about their lives. For the next few weeks we will be reading quotes that highlight the very different life of Martin in Zimbabwe.

Here is today’s quote from “I Will Always Write Back.”

“I had so many questions for Martin, like How can you get to go back to school? What are your parents doing for money? How are you paying to live? And why are you working to buy food for your family? ”

Listen closely to the announcements on Wednesday. There will be a question about “I Will Always Write Back” and an opportunity to win a prize if you answer the question correctly in the LMC.

Do you enjoy helping others, meeting new people and being part of a team? Then Builders Club is the club for you! Builders Club is the middle school version of the elementary K-Kids and the High School’s Key Club. We meet every other Thursday from 3:00 till 4:00 in room 105. We will be having our 1st informational meeting this Thursday (August 22nd) from 3:00 till 3:30. Please join us Thursday, August 22nd at 3:00 in room 105 for Builders Club! I’m looking forward to seeing you all there!!!

Monday, August 19

RMS Breakfast Book Club will begin in September. If you like to read, talk with friends and do fun activities and like food, sign up in the LRC for Breakfast Book Club! Our first meeting will be Sept. 17 at 7:10am.

The “One Book, One Rotolo” book, “I Will Always Write Back” has many themes, but the theme for the next couple of months is “Accepting Diversity.” One way to learn about different ways that people live is to read about their lives. For the next few weeks we will be reading quotes that highlight the very different life of Martin in Zimbabwe.
Here is today’s quote from “I Will Always Write Back.”
“He wrote that he had been kicked out of school because he didn’t have enough money to pay the fees. This made no sense-couldn’t he switch to a public one? It was illegal in the United States to just not go to school-wasn’t it the same in Zimbabwe?”
Listen closely to the announcements on Wednesday. There will be a question about “I Will Always Write Back” and an opportunity to win a prize if you answer the question correctly in the LMC.