Thursday, May 30

Attention 8th Graders…. If you have not picked up your letter that you wrote to yourself in 6th grade….Please stop down in Student Services and grab it..

Any 8th grade student who is interested in playing soccer at Batavia High School next year should make sure they receive camp information from either Mr. O’Reilly in room 237 or Mrs. Jonathan in room 213 before the end of the year. It is a great opportunity to make a positive connection with BHS before school even starts.

Wednesday, May 29

Attention 8th Graders…. If you have not picked up your letter that you wrote to yourself in 6th grade….Please stop down in Student Services and grab it..

Attention to all the Rotolo Participants…. Are you missing a water bottle, lunch bag, t-shirt, hoodie, headphones, shoes, sandals, jacket, folder.etc etc etc…… You are in luck… these items may be in the lost and found that is located outside of Student Services…. Stop on down and have a look…Any items not claimed will be donated.

7th and 8th Grade football players, please remember to come to the East Gym today from 3:30-5:00 to pick up your football equipment.

Attention all future freshman girls basketball players. Please stop by Mr. Thomas’ room to pick up a summer basketball calendar in room 107.

Attention all students: Do you have a yearbook ordered?! If not – you still have time! Don’t delay, order today!!! The last 150 will be be sold on a first come, first served basis. Stop in the office with $30 cash or check made out to RMS to reserve yours! Don’t miss out on all of the memories from 2018-2019 and the fun experience of yearbook signing with friends next week!

Attention 6th & 7th grade girls who are interested in playing volleyball next year: Tryouts are the week BEFORE school starts. Tryouts will be Wednesday, August 7th & Thursday, August 8th. Check the RMS website for times & location.

Any 8th grade student who is interested in playing soccer at Batavia High School next year should make sure they receive camp information from either Mr. O’Reilly in room 237 or Mrs. Jonathan in room 213 before the end of the year. It is a great opportunity to make a positive connection with BHS before school even starts.

Tuesday, May 28

Attention to all the Rotolo Participants…. Are you missing a water bottle, lunch bag, t-shirt, hoodie, headphones, shoes, sandals, jacket, folder.etc etc etc…… You are in luck… these items may be in the lost and found that is located outside of Student Services…. Stop on down and have a look…

Congratulations to the following 8th grade athletes for earning a spot on the RMS all time records banner.

Quintin Lowe for the 1600 meter run with a time for 4:43.43

The 8th grade 4×800 meter relay team of Owen Billie, Alex Ebel, Matthew Rempert, and Quintin Lowe with a time of 9:19.47

Jack Brozny for 8th Grade Discus with a throw of 141’7”

4×400 Relay 4:20.31
Brooke Silbernagel
Meara Sauter
Ava Thomas
Liliana Bednarek

4×800 Relay 10:42
Brooke Silbernagel
Meara Sauter
Ava Thomas
Liliana Bednarek

Discus 80’4″ Madelyn Hooper

High Jump 5’3″ Meghann Hartmann

Attention all future freshman girls basketball players. Please stop by Mr. Thomas’ room to pick up a summer basketball calendar in room 107.

Attention all students: Do you have a yearbook ordered?! If not – you still have time! Don’t delay, order today!!! The last 150 will be be sold on a first come, first served basis. Stop in the office with $30 cash or check made out to RMS to reserve yours! Don’t miss out on all of the memories from 2018-2019 and the fun experience of yearbook signing with friends next week!

Attention 6th & 7th grade girls who are interested in playing volleyball next year: Tryouts are the week BEFORE school starts. Tryouts will be Wednesday, August 7th & Thursday, August 8th. Check the RMS website for times & location.

Any 8th grade student who is interested in playing soccer at Batavia High School next year should make sure they receive camp information from either Mr. O’Reilly in room 237 or Mrs. Jonathan in room 213 before the end of the year. It is a great opportunity to make a positive connection with BHS before school even starts.

Friday, May 24

Attention all students: Do you have a yearbook ordered?! If not – you still have time! Don’t delay, order today!!! The last 150 will be be sold on a first come, first served basis. Stop in the office with $30 cash or check made out to RMS to reserve yours! Don’t miss out on all of the memories from 2018-2019 and the fun experience of yearbook signing with friends next week!

Attention 6th & 7th grade girls who are interested in playing volleyball next year: Tryouts are the week BEFORE school starts. Tryouts will be Wednesday, August 7th & Thursday, August 8th. Check the RMS website for times & location.

The Batavia Library is looking for Youth Services Volunteers for the summer! It’s a fun job helping with younger students, helping with programs, doing clerical work and shelving books! Find an application on the Batavia Library website or visit the Youth Services Department. Applications due at the end of next week.

Any 8th grade student who is interested in playing soccer at Batavia High School next year should make sure they receive camp information from either Mr. O’Reilly in room 237 or Mrs. Jonathan in room 213 before the end of the year. It is a great opportunity to make a positive connection with BHS before school even starts.

The Lost and Found table is located outside the cafeteria, please check it for any items you have lost. Anything that has been left will be donated next week.

Thursday, May 23

The Lost and Found table is located outside the cafeteria, please check it for any items you have lost. Anything that has been left will be donated next week.

Any 8th grade student who is interested in playing soccer at Batavia High School next year should make sure they receive camp information from either Mr. O’Reilly in room 237 or Mrs. Jonathan in room 213 before the end of the year. It is a great opportunity to make a positive connection with BHS before school even starts.

Wednesday, May 22

The Lost and Found table is located outside the cafeteria, please check it for any items you have lost. Anything that has been left will be donated next week.

Attention 7th Grade Boys Track and Field. Turn in Uniforms to Mr. Montgomery or Mr. Thomas as soon as possible!

Tuesday, May 21

Attention all students – RMS yearbooks have officially arrived! Have you ordered one? We have limited extras so be sure to stop by the front office ASAP to reserve yours today! Yearbook signing is quickly approaching, don’t miss out on the opportunity to have fun with your friends signing each others books next week!

Attention 7th Grade Boys Track and Field. Turn in Uniforms to Mr. Montgomery or Mr. Thomas as soon as possible!

Attention Tennis Club Members…. Due to the construction on the tennis courts there will be NO tennis today after school.

The Lost and Found table is located outside the cafeteria, please check it for any items you have lost. Anything that has been left will be donated next week.

Monday, May 20

8th graders, don’t forget to turn in your response card and $25 for the dinner dance. If you need financial assistance, please see your 8th grade counselor, Mrs. Neece.

The Lost and Found table is located outside the cafeteria, please check it for any items you have lost. Anything that has been left will be donated next week.

Attention Tennis Team Members…. Due to construction of the tennis courts there will be no tennis tomorrow after school..

Attention 7th Grade Boys Track and Field. Turn in Uniforms to Mr. Montgomery or Mr. Thomas as soon as possible!

Attention all students – RMS yearbooks have officially arrived! Have you ordered one? We have limited extras so be sure to stop by the front office ASAP to reserve yours today! Yearbook signing is quickly approaching, don’t miss out on the opportunity to have fun with your friends signing each others books next week!

Congratulations to the RMS track athletes that competed down state this weekend. Meghann Hartmann earned a medal for placing 3rd in high jump, the relay team of Liliana Bednarek, Ava Thomas, Meara Sauter, Brooke Sibernagel, and Maci Dunn earned medals for placing 6th in the 4×400. Tyler Jansey, who doesn’t lift weights, earn a medal and placed 6th in the 400 meter dash. Quintin Lowe earned medals for placing 2nd in the 1600 and 800 meter runs. The 8th grade boys 4×400 team of Tyler Jansey, Quinn Ahrens, Quintin Lowe, and Ryan Whitwell earned medals for placing 7th. The 8th Grade boys also took 4th overall at the state meet. Great job to all of our athletes!

Thursday, May 16

Attention Games Club Members! Today is our last meeting of the year. We are still meeting in room 212 from 3 to 5… Hope to see you there!

8th graders, don’t forget to turn in your response card and $25 for the dinner dance. If you need financial assistance, please see your 8th grade counselor, Mrs. Neece.

Seventh grade students interested in being in Principal Advisory Group should check their emails.  A meeting will be held in the multi-purpose room Monday May 20th during seventh grade lunch and X time.

Wednesday, May 15

FROM OUR NURSES….. Friday is cardio day! Now that the weather is nice for running outside, it is even more important that you are eating a good healthy breakfast and drinking plenty of water BEFORE and after running! Dehydration can lead to symptoms like headaches, light headedness/ dizziness and nausea. In addition, if your’re feeling overheated, get a paper towel, run it under cold water and put it on the back of your neck for a quick cool down. For those of you with asthma, make sure you do your inhaler prior to running.

8th graders, don’t forget to turn in your response card and $25 for the dinner dance. If you need financial assistance, please see your 8th grade counselor, Mrs. Neece.

Don’t forget, tonight is the Hope for Life fundraiser at Portillo’s. If you stop in between 5-8 and show them a picture of the flyer, they will donate 20% to the charity.

Monday, May 13

Congratulations to the RMS Track teams. The 8th Grade Girls placed 2nd, the 7th Grade girls placed 8th, the 7th grade boys placed 4th, and the 8th grade boys were sectional champs. We qualified several athletes for the state meet this weekend. The 7th Grade girls qualified their 4×400 relay team, the 7th grade boys qualified in the high jump and 800 meter run, the 8th grade girls qualified their 4×400 team, high jump, 800 meter run, & 1600 meter run, and the 8th grade boys qualified in hurdles, 400, 800, 1600 meter runs, high jump, discus, long jump, 4×100 and 4×400 relays. Great job by all of our athletes.

Thank you to all who helped with and participated in 2019 Bike To School Day! It was great to see so many bikers and we hope you will continue to bike to school whenever you can! It is a healthy and fun way to start your day.

Special thanks to Mrs. Abraham who has sponsored this event for many years and is retiring this year!

Thursday, May 9

Reminder – Bike to School Day is now FRIDAY!!! Better weather is on the way and we can celebrate with Bike to School Day!!
Join the fun and come early enough to enjoy your FREE breakfast!!

Wednesday, May 8

The Fab Lab will be open Thursday, tomorrow ! Open before school, at Xtime and after school tomorrow!
The Book Fair will be open tonight until 7pm . Today is the last day for book fair.
Breakfast Book Club will have their last club meeting on May 22. This is a change. Breakfast Book Club will meet on Wednesday May 22.

Come one come all!! Your invited to our Ancient Civilization Museum tonight in the 6th grade wing from 5:30p-7p. Discover the wonders and gifts of ancient China, Greece, Egypt and Rome and see over 400 artifacts. Grab some donuts too!! See you there!!

Reminder – Bike to School Day is now FRIDAY!!! Better weather is on the way and we can celebrate with Bike to School Day!!
Join the fun and come early enough to enjoy your FREE breakfast!!

Tuesday, May 7

Due to tomorrow’s weather forecast, Bike To School Day has been rescheduled for Friday.

For those of you who volunteered to help – we hope you are able to change the date on your calendar,

Monday, May 6

The last Equality Club meeting for the year is Wednesday May 8th after school in room 101. See you there..

The wait is almost over – That’s right – This Wednesday is National Bike to School Day! Join students, teachers and staff from all across America and bike to school. It’s good for you and good for the environment! See ya at the bike rack! And don’t forget to arrive early enough to get your FREE breakfast!

Attention all Student Council members: Please fill out the RSVP form posted in Google Classroom for our last meeting next Wednesday, May 8th. Be sure to complete this form before the end of the day on Monday, May 6th. We’re excited to celebrate the end of our year as RMS Student Council members!

Friday, May 3

Attention all Student Council members: Please fill out the RSVP form posted in Google Classroom for our last meeting next Wednesday, May 8th. Be sure to complete this form before the end of the day on Monday, May 6th. We’re excited to celebrate the end of our year as RMS Student Council members!


If you haven’t already done so – dust off your bike and pump up those tires and join National Bike to School Day next week on Wednesday – May 8th. Join the fun and get a free breakfast that morning as well!

The Book Fair is here! You can shop the book fair before school, at lunch with a pass and after school until 3:15! The book fair will be open until next Wednesday.

Thursday, May 2

Did you know there are roughly one billion bicycles in the world? do you own one of them? If so, please participate in National Bike to School Day next week on Wednesday, May 8th. Join fellow students and staff in celebrating the benefits of bicycling! Bonus for you if you participate – FREE breakfast that morning!! Join the fun!

The Book Fair is here! You can shop the book fair before school, at lunch with a pass and after school until 3:15! The book fair will be open until next Wednesday.

Attention 6th & 7th Graders. Please check your email for a Google Form regarding next year’s Red Carpet Books. Make your voice heard and vote for your top 3 books!

Wednesday, May 1

There will be no Fab Lab tomorrow… Fab Lab will not be open x-time or after school tomorrow…. See you next Thursday!

Please come to our last Creative Writing Club meeting after school. Remember to bring your $5.00. We will meet in the library! See you then!

It’s time for students to choose next year’s Red Carpet books! Today or tomorrow go to your email and fill out a nominee form. Be apart of the vote for next year’s 20 Red Carpet books! You will be able to vote for you top 3! Check your email and vote!!!

Tuesday, April 30

It’s time for students to choose next year’s Red Carpet books! Today or tomorrow go to your email and fill out a nominee form. Be apart of the vote for next year’s 20 Red Carpet books! You will be able to vote for you top 3! Check your email and vote!!!

Attention… There is no tennis practice today after school… Again there is no tennis practice today after school.

Monday, April 29

Attention 6th & 7th Graders. Please check your email tomorrow morning for a Google Form regarding potential Red Carpet Books for next year and vote for your top 3 books!

Thursday, April 25

Staff, Dazzle Dawg Breakfast will take place this Friday, April 26th, in the Cafeteria beginning at 8:05 AM. Please refer to the email Mrs. Carrano shared out on April 23rd for a list of those students who should attend.

Attention 6th Graders: Got B.A.R.K.? Have you been saving your B.A.R.K. Tags for that one special prize from the Bark It Market? This Friday is your opportunity to do so. Bark It Market will be open for shopping this Friday, April 26th, during 6A and 6B Lunches only. This will be the last Bark It Market of the year so don’t forget to bring your tags and be prepared to shop!

Wednesday, April 24

Equality Club is meeting today after school in room 101…. All Are Welcome!

Attention 6th Graders: Got B.A.R.K.? Have you been saving your B.A.R.K. Tags for that one special prize from the Bark It Market? This Friday is your opportunity to do so. Bark It Market will be open for shopping this Friday, April 26th, during 6A and 6B Lunches only. This will be the last Bark It Market of the year so don’t forget to bring your tags and be prepared to shop!

Staff, Dazzle Dawg Breakfast will take place this Friday, April 26th, in the Cafeteria beginning at 8:05 AM. Please refer to the email Mrs. Carrano shared out on April 23rd for a list of those students who should attend.

Thursday, April 18

There is no fab lab after school today. the fab lab will be open today at Xtime but not after school today.

Attention Staff, Just a friendly reminder that Dazzle Dawg nominations are due to Mrs. Carrano by Thursday, April 18th at 3:00 PM.

Wednesday, April 17

Celebrate National Library Month with Lunch in the Library!
Bring your lunch to the library this week. There will be lots of activities; Gear Art, Coloring Pages, Mazes, Board Games, Puzzles, Legos K’Nex and more! The FabLab will be open ALL WEEK too. Be sure to get a pass from your ELA teacher if you would like to participate.

FROM OUR NURSES….. Tomorrow is cardio day! Now that the weather is nice for running outside, it is even more important that you are eating a good healthy breakfast and drinking plenty of water BEFORE and after running! Dehydration can lead to symptoms like headaches, lighheadedness/ dizziness and nausea. In addition, if your’re feeling overheated, get a paper towel, run it under cold water and put it on the back of your neck for a quick cool down. For those of you with asthma, make sure you do your inhaler prior to running.

Person 1: There’s one day,
Person 2: For what, you say?
Person 1: To sign-up for a 5k!
Person 2: Oh know, don’t delay!
Person 1: Yep, time to join the fray!
Person 2: How do we pay?
Person 1: bit.ly/RMSColorFunRun

Attention Staff, Just a friendly reminder that Dazzle Dawg nominations are due to Mrs. Carrano by Thursday, April 18th at 3:00 PM.

Writing club is today after school… Be there… Room 224

Tuesday, April 16

ATTENTION – If you signed up to read with a dog tomorrow afternoon, please be sure to arrive 5 minutes before your scheduled time and to bring a book. Check your email for a reminder of what time you signed up for.

Attention Staff, Just a friendly reminder that Dazzle Dawg nominations are due to Mrs. Carrano by Thursday, April 18th at 3:00 PM.

Person 1: Oh no, is it too late?
Person 2: Too late for what?
Person 1: Too late to guarantee a t-shirt for the Color Fun Run!
Person 2: Nope, you still have two more days! As long as you register by tomorrow you’ll for sure get a t-shirt and get to run in the Color Fun Run!
Person 1: Oh phew, I’ll make sure to register tonight, I love knowing that I can help support a good cause and have fun!
Person 2: I know, I just love that we are supporting such a good cause in the TeacHaiti School of Hope!

Celebrate National Library Month with Lunch in the Library!
Bring your lunch to the library this week. There will be lots of activities; Gear Art, Coloring Pages, Mazes, Board Games, Puzzles, Legos K’Nex and more! The FabLab will be open ALL WEEK too. Be sure to get a pass from your ELA teacher if you would like to participate.

Writing Club is today!  Be There!   Room 224

Monday, April 15

There is NO….. NJHS meeting today after school. Again there is no NJHS meeting today after school…

Don’t forget to sign up for the color run by Wednesday, April 17 for a great t-shirt! To sign up you can Google RMS Color Fun Run. If you sign up by Wednesday you will get a bag with a tee-shirt and other goodies. Raffle tickets will also be at the run so bring extra money. The money will go to TeacHaiti School of Hope in Haiti to help raise money for their solar panels.

Celebrate National Library Month with Lunch in the Library!
Bring your lunch to the library this week. There will be lots of activities; Gear Art, Coloring Pages, Mazes, Board Games, Puzzles, Legos K’Nex and more! The FabLab will be open ALL WEEK too. Be sure to get a pass from your ELA teacher if you would like to participate.

Attention all track and field members….. Today’s track meet has been re-scheduled to tomorrow. We will have practice today from 3:15 to 4:45.

Friday, April 12

Celebrate National Library Month with Lunch in the Library!
Bring your lunch to the library next week, Monday – Thursday. There will be lots of activities, Gear Art, Coloring Pages, Mazes, Board Games, Puzzles, Legos K’Nex and more! The FabLab will be open ALL WEEK too. Be sure to get a pass from your ELA teacher if you would like to participate.

There is NO….. NJHS meeting on Monday, April 15th after school.

The Rotolo Track & Field Bulldogs dominated in their meet against St. Charles Thompson at their first home track meet last night! All four teams were victorious with 7th grade girls winning 70 to 40, 8th grade girls winning 68-51, 7th grade boys winning 70-48, and 8th grade boys winning 85-34. Both 8th grade teams are currently undefeated as they head into next week with meets against Kaneland and Geneva South – keep up the great work!

The American Library Association condemns censorship and works to ensure free access to information. Every year, the Office for Intellectual Freedom compiles a list of the Top Ten Most Challenged Books. Over 400 books were challenged in 2018. A few of the top frequently challenged books are…..
‘Drama’…… by Raina Telgemaier
‘Captain Underpants’ series…… by Dav Pilkey
‘The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian’…….by Sherman Alexie
‘The Hate U Give’…..by Angie Thomas
Stop by the LRC to checkout all of the exciting activities we have planned this month and don’t forget to bring in your public library card to earn a prize!

 

Thursday, April 11

Good luck to our State Qualifying bowlers!!! Good luck tomorrow to Elizabeth Alberts , Colleen Calhoun, Addy Cooper, and Rachel McClain!!!! Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Oswald are proud of you!

Drum roll please! The March Madness Winners for 2019 are.. Team 6-2 and Team 8-4. Thanks to all of the students who participated. And Congratulations to the winning teams.

Attention Builders Club Members, we are leaving at 2:30 today for our trip to the Winfield Ronald McDonald House. You should have gotten a pass from your 1st hour teacher to meet in Student Services at 2:25. Please pack your bag as your are going home for the day and may not return to your locker. Please email Ms. Webb if you did not receive a pass to come down.

FROM OUR NURSES….. Tomorrow is cardio day! Now that the weather is nice for running outside, it is even more important that you are eating a good healthy breakfast and drinking plenty of water BEFORE and after running! Dehydration can lead to symptoms like headaches, lighheadedness/ dizziness and nausea. In addition, if your’re feeling overheated, get a paper towel, run it under cold water and put it on the back of your neck for a quick cool down. For those of you with asthma, make sure you do your inhaler prior to running.

Today is National Bookmobile Day, a day to recognize the contributions of our nation’s bookmobiles and the dedicated professionals who make high-quality bookmobile outreach possible in their communities. Stop by the LRC to checkout all of the exciting activities we have planned this month!

Person 1: Hey you better sign up by next Wednesday to get a bag with a lot of fun goodies!
Person 2: Oh man, I love a good bag of goodies, what is it for?
Person 1: The Color Fun Run of course!
Person 2: Oh yeah, isn’t that to help raise money for solar panels instead of a Penny Wars?
Person 1: Yep, you got it! Make sure you sign up for the RMS Color Fun Run by Wednesday, April 17! The 5k is April 27 at 9 a.m. at RMS. Sign up by Googling RMS Color Fun Run. Hope to see you there!
Person 2: Yeah, I can’t wait to raise money for such a great cause so I’ll make sure to bring some money for the raffle!

 

Attention all 8th grade girls, Monday, May 6 is Tri-City night for the Batavia soccer program. If you are interested in playing in a scrimmage during half-time of the Varsity game please attend a short informational meeting during your x-time on Friday April 12 with Mrs. Jonathan in room 216

Hey RMS! Two 6th grade students are starting a blanket drive for their Make-A-Difference project. They will start taking blanket donations for dogs on Saturday, March 23rd. Look at flyers around the school for details. Donations will go to Anderson’s Animal Shelter and Raver’s Husky Haven. Also, you can drop off donations after spring break in the LRC.

Wednesday, April 10

Tennis club is cancelled today after school…. Again Tennis Club is cancelled today after school.

Today marks the first-ever Library Giving Day. Founded by the Seattle Public Library Foundation, Library Giving Day is a national one-day fundraising effort that promotes donating to local libraries. Stop by the LRC to checkout all of the exciting activities we have planned this month!

A huge congratulations to our RMS Running Bulldogs who had their first track meet of the season last night at Wredling Middle School! The 7th grade girls end with a score of 50 to 69 and the 7th grade boys ended with a score of 49 to 70. Both 8th grade teams were able to come out on top with 8th grade girls winning 67 to 53 and 8th grade boys winning 92 to 29! Good luck tomorrow at the first home meet against Thompson!

Attention all 8th grade students – If you are interested in being a member of student council for the freshman class next year, the application form and two teacher recommendation forms are due TODAY! All information is on the BHS student council webpage. Please complete all components to be considered for the class of 2023 freshman student council!

Attention Builders Club members! We will be visiting the Ronald McDonald House in Winfield tomorrow. Please check your email to confirm your attendance on this trip. We will leave RMS at 2:30 and Return at 4. Builders Club members, please check your email.

43….. 8th grade students were selected to participate in the Trends in International Math and Science study on April 9th. The TIMS study involves students from more than 60 countries and only 300 schools in the United States participated this year. RMS is proud of our students who represented RMS by participating in the study and giving their best effort.

Wednesday, April 10th: Person 1: Have you met my friend Roy?
Person 2: Roy who?
Person 1: Roy G. Biv: (pause) he is a very colorful fellow. And you can be too!
Person 2: Oh wow, how could I be too?
Person 1: Well, NJHS and Student Council are hosting a Color Fun Run 5k to raise money for solar panels for the TeacHaiti School of Hope on April 27th at 9:00 a.m. Sign up by next Wednesday to get a bag with a lot of fun goodies! You can sign up at bit.ly/RMSColorFunRun .The website will give additional information if you have any questions, and make sure to bring money for raffle tickets!
Person 2: You bet I’ll be there! And I can’t wait to meet Roy!

Equality Club meets today after school in room 101 from 3:10 to 4pm. All are welcome. See you there…

Attention all 8th grade girls, Monday, May 6 is Tri-City night for the Batavia soccer program. If you are interested in playing in a scrimmage during half-time of the Varsity game please attend a short informational meeting during your x-time on Friday April 12 with Mrs. Jonathan in room 216

Thank you to all of the students who submitted entries for April’s Library Month Bookmark Contest. We had many great entries. Congratulations to Lucas Plocinski in 6th grade, Tyler Plocinski in 6th grade and Brynne Albert in 8th grade. The winning bookmarks are available in the LRC.

Hey RMS! Two 6th grade students are starting a blanket drive for their Make-A-Difference project. They will start taking blanket donations for dogs on Saturday, March 23rd. Look at flyers around the school for details. Donations will go to Anderson’s Animal Shelter and Raver’s Husky Haven. Also, you can drop off donations after spring break in the LRC.

Tuesday, April 9

Today is National Library Workers Day, a day for library staff, users, administrators and friends groups to recognize the valuable contributions made by all library workers. Don’t for get to stop in the LRC and bring in your public library card to earn a prize!

Person 1: Hey, whatever happened to the Penny Wars we used to do?
Person 2: Well, I heard that the school was going to try something else this year to raise money for the TeacHaiti School of Hope!
Person 1: Oh yeah, what did they decided to do?
Person 2: Well, NJHS and Student Council are hosting a color fun run to raise money for Teach Haiti School of Hope in order to help them fund their solar panels project.
Person 1: Wow, solar panels, how cool to help those students be able to go to school whenever they want!
Person 2: Yeah, the fun run will take place at RMS on April 27th at 9:00 am. You can sign up at bit.ly/RMSColorFunRun. Check the posters in the hallway for the website as well. Sign up by Wednesday April 17th to get a swag bag and t-shirt. Make sure to bring extra money for raffle tickets to help raise money for the TeacHaiti School of Hope!

Equality Club meets tomorrow after school in room 101 from 3:10 to 4pm. All are welcome. See you there…

Attention all 8th grade girls, Monday, May 6 is Tri-City night for the Batavia soccer program. If you are interested in playing in a scrimmage during half-time of the Varsity game please attend a short informational meeting during your x-time on Friday April 12 with Mrs. Jonathan in room 216

ATTENTION – If you signed up to read with a dog tomorrow morning, please be sure to arrive 5 minutes before your scheduled time and to bring a book. Check your email for a reminder of what time you signed up for.

Thank you to all of the students who submitted entries for April’s Library Month Bookmark Contest. We had many great entries. Congratulations to Lucas Plocinski in 6th grade, Tyler Plocinski in 6th grade and Brynne Albert in 8th grade. The winning bookmarks are available in the LRC.

Hey RMS! Two 6th grade students are starting a blanket drive for their Make-A-Difference project. They will start taking blanket donations for dogs on Saturday, March 23rd. Look at flyers around the school for details. Donations will go to Anderson’s Animal Shelter and Raver’s Husky Haven. Also, you can drop off donations after spring break in the LRC.

Monday, April 8

This week is National Library Week. Tomorrow is National Library Workers Day, a day to recognize the valuable contributions made by all library workers. Stop in the LRC to answer our trivia and jar guess questions and checkout a Grab and Go book in a bag. Also, don’t forget to bring in your public library card to earn a prize!

Hey RMS! Two 6th grade students are starting a blanket drive for their Make-A-Difference project. They will start taking blanket donations for dogs on Saturday, March 23rd. Look at flyers around the school for details. Donations will go to Anderson’s Animal Shelter and Raver’s Husky Haven. Also, you can drop off donations after spring break in the LRC.

Thank you to all of the students who submitted entries for April’s Library Month Bookmark Contest. We had many great entries. Congratulations to Lucas Plocinski in 6th grade, Tyler Plocinski in 6th grade and Brynne Albert in 8th grade. The winning bookmarks are available in the LRC.

We will have an NJHS meeting on Monday, April 8th from 3-4 PM in room 029, see you all there!

The Boys’ and Girls’ Bowling teams represented Rotolo this past weekend. Congrats to Andy Despe, Noah Gifford, Evan Herbert, Nick Carino, Colleen Calhoun, Addison Cooper, Elizabeth Alberts, and Rachel McClain. The all did an awesome job. The Girls’ team placed fourth at sectionals and will represent Rotolo at the State meet this Friday! Way to go Bulldogs!

What’s happening with the March Madness Reading Challenge? We are having technical difficulties sending out the last form, but hope to have it out to you in the next couple of days. Sorry for the wait, but the anticipation of finding out who the winners are is so much fun!

Attention all 8th grade girls, Monday, May 6 is Tri-City night for the Batavia soccer program. If you are interested in playing in a scrimmage during half-time of the Varsity game please attend a short informational meeting during your x-time on Friday April 12 with Mrs. Jonathan in room 216

Equality Club meets this Wednesday after school in room 101 from 3:10 to 4pm. All are welcome. See you there…

Friday, April 5

Hey RMS! Two 6th grade students are starting a blanket drive for their Make-A-Difference project. They will start taking blanket donations for dogs on Saturday, March 23rd. Look at flyers around the school for details. Donations will go to Anderson’s Animal Shelter and Raver’s Husky Haven. Also, you can drop off donations after spring break in the LRC.

We will have an NJHS meeting on Monday, April 8th from 3-4 PM in room 029, see you all there!

Thursday, April 4

Attention Games Club members…. we will not be meeting today.  We will resume our normal meetings next week.  See you then!

Breakfast Book Club will meet on Tuesday morning in the LRC. Please be ready to discuss the book…. Hope Was Here.

April is school library month. This month you can checkout 3 books, bring in your public library card to get a prize and correctly answer our trivia and jar guesses where you can win even more prizes! Stop by the LRC to checkout all of the exciting activities we have planned this month!

Hey RMS! Two 6th grade students are starting a blanket drive for their Make-A-Difference project. They will start taking blanket donations for dogs on Saturday, March 23rd. Look at flyers around the school for details. Donations will go to Anderson’s Animal Shelter and Raver’s Husky Haven. Also, you can drop off donations after spring break in the LRC.

Warmer weather is on the way and so is tennis club. Would you like to learn to play or improve your game ? We meet at Big Woods on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, after school starting April 9th. If you would like more information pickup a form from student services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room #231. Hope to see you there.

Wednesday, April 3

Creative Writing Club is today in Mrs. Hubble’s room… see you there!

Are you struggling with finishing your assignments? Would some extra time and extra support help? If so, consider Wired for Math.
Wired for Math is a drop in study club – This means that you can come only when you need to – and you are not required to come when you don’t need it.
You don’t even have to worry about getting a ride home – we have a shuttle bus.
We meet on Wednesdays in room 105 from 3:05 to 4:15. Stop by today and check it out.

April is school library month. This month you can checkout 3 books, bring in your public library card to get a prize and correctly answer our trivia and jar guesses where you can win even more prizes! Stop by the LRC to checkout all of the exciting activities we have planned this month!

Hey RMS! Two 6th grade students are starting a blanket drive for their Make-A-Difference project. They will start taking blanket donations for dogs on Saturday, March 23rd. Look at flyers around the school for details. Donations will go to Anderson’s Animal Shelter and Raver’s Husky Haven. Also, you can drop off donations after spring break in the LRC.

Warmer weather is on the way and so is tennis club. Would you like to learn to play or improve your game ? We meet at Big Woods on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, after school starting April 9th. If you would like more information pickup a form from student services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room #231. Hope to see you there.

Tuesday, April 2

Attention: Before break, RMS took the IAR Assessment. If you missed any of the IAR tests prior to break and need to finish, please bring your chromebook to the LRC now. RMS plans on finishing all IAR make-up tests this week. All students will return to class when they are done with the assessment.

April is school library month. This month you can checkout 3 books, bring in your public library card to get a prize and correctly answer our trivia and jar guesses where you can win even more prizes! Stop by the LRC to checkout all of the exciting activities we have planned this month!

Hey RMS! Two 6th grade students are starting a blanket drive for their Make-A-Difference project. They will start taking blanket donations for dogs on Saturday, March 23rd. Look at flyers around the school for details. Donations will go to Anderson’s Animal Shelter and Raver’s Husky Haven. Also, you can drop off donations after spring break in the LRC.

Warmer weather is on the way and so is tennis club. Would you like to learn to play or improve your game ? We meet at Big Woods on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, after school starting April 9th. If you would like more information pickup a form from student services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room #231. Hope to see you there.

Monday, April 1

Warmer weather is on the way and so is tennis club. Would you like to learn to play or improve your game ? We meet at Big Woods on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, after school starting April 9th. If you would like more information pickup a form from student services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room #231. Hope to see you there.

Hey RMS! Two 6th grade students are starting a blanket drive for their Make-A-Difference project. They will start taking blanket donations for dogs on Saturday, March 23rd. Look at flyers around the school for details. Donations will go to Anderson’s Animal Shelter and Raver’s Husky Haven. Also, you can drop off donations after spring break in the LRC.

April is school library month. This month you can checkout 3 books, bring in your public library card to get a prize and correctly answer our trivia and jar guesses where you can win even more prizes! Stop by the LRC to checkout all of the exciting activities we have planned this month!

Friday, March 22

Attention All Mathletes….. There is no Mathletes after school today… Again Mathletes is cancelled after school today …

Hey RMS! Two 6th grade students are starting a blanket drive for their Make-A-Difference project. They will start taking blanket donations for dogs on Saturday, March 23rd. Look at flyers around the school for details. Donations will go to Anderson’s Animal Shelter and Raver’s Husky Haven. Also, you can drop off donations after spring break in the LRC.

Warmer weather is on the way and so is tennis club. Would you like to learn to play or improve your game ? We meet at Big Woods on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, after school starting April 9th. If you would like more information pickup a form from student services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room #231. Hope to see you there.

Thursday, March 21

Hey RMS! Two 6th grade students are starting a blanket drive for their Make-A-Difference project. They will start taking blanket donations for dogs on Saturday, March 23rd. Look at flyers around the school for details. Donations will go to Anderson’s Animal Shelter and Raver’s Husky Haven. Also, you can drop off donations after spring break in the LRC.

Calling all Anime members…. we will be meeting today after school…

Attention All Mathletes….. Mathletes is cancelled Friday after school… Again Mathletes is cancelled Friday after school…

6th Graders, Got BARK? Just a friendly reminder that the Bark It Market will be open for shopping this Friday, March 22nd, during A and B lunches. Don’t forget to bring your Bark tags and be prepared to shop!

Teachers, Just a friendly reminder that we will be having our monthly Dazzle Dawgs Breakfast, this coming Friday, March 22nd. Students should report to their 1st Period class for attendance and then immediately come down to the cafeteria. Please refer to Mrs. Carrano’s email from Monday, March 18th, for a list of your respective grade level students.

Warmer weather is on the way and so is tennis club. Would you like to learn to play or improve your game ? We meet at Big Woods on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, after school starting April 9th. If you would like more information pickup a form from student services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room #231. Hope to see you there.

Wednesday, March 20

There is no wired for math… it will start up again after spring break… again there is no wired for math today after school.

Calling all Anime members…. we will be meeting tomorrow Thursday after school… Anime members we will be meeting on Thursday this week.

Attention All Mathletes….. Mathletes is cancelled Friday after school… Again Mathletes is cancelled Friday after school…

6th Graders, Got BARK? Just a friendly reminder that the Bark It Market will be open for shopping this Friday, March 22nd, during A and B lunches. Don’t forget to bring your Bark tags and be prepared to shop!

Teachers, Just a friendly reminder that we will be having our monthly Dazzle Dawgs Breakfast, this coming Friday, March 22nd. Students should report to their 1st Period class for attendance and then immediately come down to the cafeteria. Please refer to Mrs. Carrano’s email from Monday, March 18th, for a list of your respective grade level students.

Warmer weather is on the way and so is tennis club. Would you like to learn to play or improve your game ? We meet at Big Woods on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, after school starting April 9th. If you would like more information pickup a form from student services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room #231. Hope to see you there.

Hey RMS! Two 6th grade students are starting a blanket drive for their Make-A-Difference project. They will start taking blanket donations for dogs on Saturday, March 23rd. Look at flyers around the school for details. Donations will go to Anderson’s Animal Shelter and Raver’s Husky Haven. Also, you can drop off donations after spring break in the LRC.

Tuesday, March 19

Warmer weather is on the way and so is tennis club. Would you like to learn to play or improve your game ? We meet at Big Woods on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, after school starting April 9th. If you would like more information pickup a form from student services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room #231. Hope to see you there.

The LRC book mark contest entries are due in by Thursday! Pick up your entry form and design a book mark that could be displayed for National LIbrary Month in April! There is still time to pick up an entry and make a bookmark! Win Book Fair bucks!

Way to go Bulldogs!  You were prepared and ready for testing this morning.  Tomorrow is our final day of IAR testing and we are ready to “ROCK”it.  Continue to use your test taking strategies and wear a concert t-shirt.  We are really proud of you!

Monday, March 18

Tomorrow we start the ELA portion of IAR testing… Don’t go crazy it’s almost over so bring on the crazy sock day tomorrow.

Breakfast Book Club will meet tomorrow morning at 7:10 in the LRC. Bring a book to book talk!

The LRC book mark contest entries are due in by Thursday! Pick up your entry form and design a book mark that could be displayed for National LIbrary Month in April! There is still time to pick up an entry and make a bookmark! Win Book Fair bucks!

Warmer weather is on the way and so is tennis club. Would you like to learn to play or improve your game ? We meet at Big Woods on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, after school starting April 9th. If you would like more information pickup a form from student services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room #231. Hope to see you there.

Attention NJHS members: there is an NJHS meeting on today, March 18th, we’ll see you there!

Friday, March 15

Are you interested in attending a summer camp for robotics, engineering, art or music? The Batavia Woman’s Club is offering several scholarships for students who are interested in attending a STEM or Fine Arts based camp. If you’d like to apply, please see Mrs. Alwin in the front office for an application. All applications are due Tuesday, March 19.

Attention dancers: Next week begins tryouts for the Batavia Dance Team. We have opportunities for many levels of dancers. Applications are due this Friday or by the Monday at the first day of tryouts. Come get involved in your school and try out for an award-winning state recognized team.

Attention NJHS members: there is an NJHS meeting on Monday, March 18th, we’ll see you there!

Warmer weather is on the way and so is tennis club. Would you like to learn to play or improve your game ? We meet at Big Woods on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, after school starting April 9th. If you would like more information pickup a form from student services or Mrs. Stoneberg in room #231. Hope to see you there.

Thursday, March 14

Attention NJHS members: there is an NJHS meeting on Monday, March 18th, we’ll see you there!

Are you interested in attending a summer camp for robotics, engineering, art or music? The Batavia Woman’s Club is offering several scholarships for students who are interested in attending a STEM or Fine Arts based camp. If you’d like to apply, please see Mrs. Alwin in the front office for an application. All applications are due Tuesday, March 19.

Thank you for your hard work this week with IAR.  We are really proud of you!  Next Tuesday and Wednesday will be ELA tests.  On Tuesday our school will be filled with Crazy Socks.  On Wednesday it is concert t-shirt day.  Continue to make it a great week at RMS.

We will begin IAR make ups on Friday.  If you missed any math tests listen to when you should report to the LRC with your Chromebook.  Thanks for being on time and ready to go.

8th grade please report to the LRC at 8:05

7th grade please report to the LRC at 9:05

6th grade please report to the LRC at 10:05

Wednesday, March 13

Attention Yearbook Club! Today is our end of club pizza party! Please meet in Miss Schmitt’s room after school. Be sure to bring your camera, charger and case to turn in!

GET YOUR JUICES FLOWING WITH CREATIVE WRITING CLUB… The meeting is today in Hubble’s room! All are welcome!!

Reminder – there will be NO Wired for Math this afternoon. We will see you when testing is done.

Are you interested in attending a summer camp for robotics, engineering, art or music? The Batavia Woman’s Club is offering several scholarships for students who are interested in attending a STEM or Fine Arts based camp. If you’d like to apply, please see Mrs. Alwin in the front office for an application. All applications are due Tuesday, March 19.

Attention all 7th & 8th grade boys and girls. Track season is almost here. Pick up a track packet with information from Mr. Canfield or Ms. Krantz during P.E. The first day of practice is March 18th. See Mr.Thomas in room 107 if you have any questions.

Hello Dancers— Tonight we have another Dance Clinic at the BHS in the main gym from 6-7:30 pm Following will be a short Parent Meeting for all Dancer’s Parents. 7:30 pm to 8 pm We have many dance opportunities/spots for the up-coming season. All applications are due this Friday, March 15th. Come and get involved in your school on a High Performing Team.
Hope to see you there!

Tuesday, March 12

GET YOUR JUICES FLOWING WITH CREATIVE WRITING CLUB… The meeting is tomorrow in Hubble’s room! All are welcome!!

Wired for Math will NOT meet this week due to testing. We wish you success in your tests and look forward to meeting again after testing is over.

Hello Dancers— Tomorrow evening we have another Dance Clinic at the BHS in the main gym from 6-7:30 pm Following will be a short Parent Meeting for all Dancer’s Parents. 7:30 pm to 8 pm We have many dance opportunities/spots for the up-coming season. All applications are due this Friday, March 15th. Come and get involved in your school on a High Performing Team.
Hope to see you there!

Are you interested in attending a summer camp for robotics, engineering, art or music? The Batavia Woman’s Club is offering several scholarships for students who are interested in attending a STEM or Fine Arts based camp. If you’d like to apply, please see Mrs. Alwin in the front office for an application. All applications are due Tuesday, March 19.

Attention all 7th & 8th grade boys and girls. Track season is almost here. Pick up a track packet with information from Mr. Canfield or Ms. Krantz during P.E. The first day of practice is March 18th. See Mr.Thomas in room 107 if you have any questions.

Monday, March 11

Wired for Math will NOT meet this week due to testing. We wish you success in your tests and look forward to meeting again after testing is over.

Are you interested in attending a summer camp for robotics, engineering, art or music? The Batavia Woman’s Club is offering several scholarships for students who are interested in attending a STEM or Fine Arts based camp. If you’d like to apply, please see Mrs. Alwin in the front office for an application. All applications are due Tuesday, March 19.

Hurray!!! The TOP Winners of the Battle of the Books Final competition is the Barbarian Kings Revenge with Ethan, Liam, Brendan and Kyle!! Congratulations on out witting 18 teams this year! second place goes to the Dumbledorks, Third place to the team Not Necessary and 4th place is Reading Rampage. It was a close battle with two tiebreakers. Great job teams!

Attention all 7th & 8th grade boys and girls. Track season is almost here. Pick up a track packet with information from Mr. Canfield or Ms. Krantz during P.E. The first day of practice is March 18th. See Mr.Thomas in room 107 if you have any questions.

Friday, March 8

Hurray!!! The TOP Winners of the Battle of the Books Final competition is the Barbarian Kings Revenge with Ethan, Liam, Brendan and Kyle!! Congratulations on out witting 18 teams this year! second place goes to the Dumbledorks, Third place to the team Not Necessary and 4th place is Reading Rampage. It was a close battle with two tiebreakers. Great job teams!

Attention all 7th & 8th grade boys and girls. Track season is almost here. Pick up a track packet with information from Mr. Canfield or Ms. Krantz during P.E. The first day of practice is March 18th. See Mr.Thomas in room 107 if you have any questions.

Congratulations to all of this years Red Carpet Readers! The Red Carpet Readers have spoken and they have chosen Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth as the #1 Red Carpet Book for this school year. Thank you teachers for encouraging your students to read and participate.

Enter the RMS Book Mark contest! Entries are now available in the LRC. Keep with the Library Month theme of Libraries Build a Better World! Winning bookmarks will be distributed throughout RMS and you will also win a free book!! Entries due back to the LRC by March 20th!! Pick up your entry soon.

Thursday, March 7

Attention…… Attention…. Art Club is cancelled today!

Attention Builders Club members, please bring your scissors and markers to our meeting on today at 3:00 in room 105. BHS’s Key Club will be coming to work with us! 🙂

Remember Fab Lab is after school today. Come join in the fun! We hope to see you there!

Attention all builders club members. We are meeting on today, March 7th at 3:00 in room 105. Please bring all markers, colored pencils, and/or crayons with you. We will be working the the BHS Key Club on a project. We will also be taking our builders club yearbook photo at this meeting. Looking forward to seeing you all there!

Enter the RMS Book Mark contest! Entries are now available in the LRC. Keep with the Library Month theme of Libraries Build a Better World! Winning bookmarks will be distributed throughout RMS and you will also win a free book!! Entries due back to the LRC by March 20th!! Pick up your entry soon.

Congratulations to all of this years Red Carpet Readers! The Red Carpet Readers have spoken and they have chosen Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth as the #1 Red Carpet Book for this school year. Thank you teachers for encouraging your students to read and participate.

From The Nurses……….Today and Tomorrow are pacer test days! Make sure you are eating a good healthy breakfast and drink plenty of water BEFORE and after running! Dehydration can lead to symptoms like headaches, lightheadedness/ dizziness and nausea. In addition, if you are feeling overheated, get a paper towel, run it under cold water and put it on the back of your neck for a quick cool down. For those of you with asthma, it is recommended you use your inhaler prior to running.

Attention Students that were delivered a Chrome Depot Pass today….. You know who you are… Please bring your Chrome Book back to Chrome Depot as soon as possible.

Attention all 7th & 8th grade boys and girls. Track season is almost here. Pick up a track packet with information from Mr. Canfield or Ms. Krantz during P.E. The first day of practice is March 18th. See Mr.Thomas in room 107 if you have any questions.

Wednesday, March 6

Attention…… Art Club is cancelled this week! Wednesday and Thursday Art Clubs are cancelled this week.

Attention Builders Club members, please bring your scissors and markers to our meeting on March 7th at 3:00 in room 105. BHS’s Key Club will be coming to work with us! 🙂

Remember Fab Lab is tomorrow before school, during x-time and after school until 3:45. Come join in the fun!

Attention all builders club members. We are meeting on Thursday, March 7th at 3:00 in room 105. Please bring all markers, colored pencils, and/or crayons with you. We will be working the the BHS Key Club on a project. We will also be taking our builders club yearbook photo at this meeting. Looking forward to seeing you all there!

Enter the RMS Book Mark contest! Entries are now available in the LRC. Keep with the Library Month theme of Libraries Build a Better World! Winning bookmarks will be distributed throughout RMS and you will also win a free book!! Entries due back to the LRC by March 20th!! Pick up your entry soon.

Attention All Sixth Graders! 6th grade play auditions are being held today after school in the cafeteria from 3:15 to 5:00. You only need to attend one day of auditions.. The play this year is Villian School…. Again tryouts today after school in the cafeteria….

Congratulations to all of this years Red Carpet Readers! The Red Carpet Readers have spoken and they have chosen Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth as the #1 Red Carpet Book for this school year. Thank you teachers for encouraging your students to read and participate.


Thursday art club……… please meet at Mrs McKnight’s room Thursday morning before school to take a yearbook picture.

From The Nurses………. Tomorrow and Friday are pacer test days! Make sure you are eating a good healthy breakfast and drink plenty of water BEFORE and after running! Dehydration can lead to symptoms like headaches, lightheadedness/ dizziness and nausea. In addition, if you are feeling overheated, get a paper towel, run it under cold water and put it on the back of your neck for a quick cool down. For those of you with asthma, it is recommended you use your inhaler prior to running.

Tuesday, March 5

Attention All Sixth Graders! 6th grade play auditions are being held today after school and tomorrow after school in the cafeteria from 3:15 to 5:00. You only need to attend one day of auditions.. The play this year is Villian School…. Again tryouts today after school and tomorrow after school….

High School Dance Team Clinics start today— This is a fun way to prepare for Tryouts.
Clinics are in the Main High School Gym from 6 pm to 7:30 pm— Hope to see all dancers at clinics.

Fab Lab is now on Thursdays! For the remainder of the school year Fab Lab will be on Thursdays. Fab Lab is before school, during x-time and after school until 3:45 every Thursday. Come join in the fun with new challenges every month!

Attention Builders Club members, please bring your scissors and markers to our meeting on March 7th at 3:00 in room 105. BHS’s Key Club will be coming to work with us! 🙂

Monday, March 4

Fab Lab is now on Thursdays! For the remainder of the school year Fab Lab will be on Thursdays. Fab Lab is before school, during x-time and after school until 3:45 every Thursday. Come join in the fun with new challenges every month!

The Battle is ON!!! Four teams have risen to the top and will compete on March 7th at 5pm in the LRC. Those four teams are…No Necessary with Caitlyn Nguyen, Kaitlyn Huang and Mithlali Obadage. Barbarian Kings Revenge 4.0 with Liam William, Ethan Storie, Brendan BLair and Kyle Holzman, The Reading Rampage 4.0 with Braden Cox, Joshua Pluta, Grant Mellin, Willianm Streepy. And Dumbledork and Leo Beck, Daniel White, Corne Dutoit, and ALexis Brown. THese teams will be competing for medals and prizes!!! The Battle is ON!

There is no NJHS meeting today after school. Please listen for future announcements of a special meeting coming soon.

Thursday, February 28

Registration is now open for Batavia Public Library’s Middle School Mystery Night on March 8th from 6:30-9 pm. Play a live game of clue based on the magical world of Harry Potter and enjoy pizza and other snacks. To guarantee your spot, please register by this weekend at the Batavia Library . A signed parental form and $3 per participant are due at registration. Get some friends together and go to Mystery Night just for Middle school students!

The Battle is ON!!! Four teams have risen to the top and will compete on March 7th at 5pm in the LRC. Those four teams are…No Necessary with Caitlyn Nguyen, Kaitlyn Huang and Mithlali Obadage. Barbarian Kings Revenge 4.0 with Liam William, Ethan Storie, Brendan BLair and Kyle Holzman, The Reading Rampage 4.0 with Braden Cox, Joshua Pluta, Grant Mellin, Willianm Streepy. And Dumbledork and Leo Beck, Daniel White, Corne Dutoit, and ALexis Brown. THese teams will be competing for medals and prizes!!! The Battle is ON!

RMS is a building full of future engineers, plumbers, doctors, sales associates, secretaries, politicians, eductors, custodial workers, writers and many more careers, some which might not even exist yet! You will all have different paths that lead to different places. It is important for you to know that wherever your path leads, your participation is needed. There are no careers that are less important or less valuable than others. We hope that during your experiences today you will broaden your knowledge base about the possible careers available to you. Though you may not identify a specific career, you start to find areas or career clusters that interest you and allow you to further explore your possibilities. You future has all doors open to you, even if your path might take a little longer or be a bit more challenging, never give up on yourself or your dreams. You can do it! Gandhi said “You must be the change you want to see in the world.” Always know that a school counselor is here to support you in that journey and is happy to talk to you about it. Have a wonderful day!

Wednesday, February 27

Attention all yearbook club students, this is a reminder that there is no yearbook club meeting today! Please keep taking pictures and I will see you next week!

There will be no Engineering Computer Club this week. Again, no Engineering Computer Club this week.

Malcom X said, “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” Each and every day at RMS we are kind and demonstrate perseverance as we learn. On Thursday, we will learn about college, careers, and look to the future where we can change the world. The RMS community is invited to wear college spirit wear on Thursday.

Looking for a place where you can be yourself? Attend Equality Club! We meet Wednesday’s from 3:10-4pm in room 101. All grade levels are welcome. See you there.

8th grade Dancers—- High School tryouts for the Batavia Dance Team are in March. Clinics begin NEXT WEEK on Tuesday and Thursday at BHS Main Gym from 6p-7:30p. Hope to see you there. Please see Mrs. Carron if you have any questions.

Registration is now open for Batavia Public Library’s Middle School Mystery Night on March 8th from 6:30-9 pm. Play a live game of clue based on the magical world of Harry Potter and enjoy pizza and other snacks. To guarantee your spot, please register by this weekend at the Batavia Library . A signed parental form and $3 per participant are due at registration. Get some friends together and go to Mystery Night just for Middle school students!

All member of the Bowling club please report to Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 at 7:40 am Tomorrow morning.

The Battle is ON!!! Four teams have risen to the top and will compete on March 7th at 5pm in the LRC. Those four teams are…No Necessary with Caitlyn Nguyen, Kaitlyn Huang and Mithlali Obadage. Barbarian Kings Revenge 4.0 with Liam William, Ethan Storie, Brendan Blair and Kyle Holzman, The Reading Rampage 4.0 with Braden Cox, Joshua Pluta, Grant Mellin, Willianm Streepy. And Dumbledork and Leo Beck, Daniel White, Corne Dutoit, and Alexis Brown. These teams will be competing for medals and prizes!!! The Battle is ON!

Tuesday, February 26

Attention all yearbook club students, this is a reminder that there is no yearbook club meeting tomorrow! Please keep taking pictures and I will see you next week!

There will be no Engineering Computer Club this week. Again, no Engineering Computer Club this week.

Nelson Mandela said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Each and every day at RMS we are kind and demonstrate perseverance as we learn. On Thursday, we will learn about college, careers, and look to the future where we can change the world. The RMS community is invited to wear college spirit wear on Thursday.

Pictures!!! If you are or have participated in Breakfast Book Club or Battle of the Books this school year please come to the LRC tomorrow morning at 7:50am for a yearbook picture! Be here tomorrow for a picture at 7:50am.

Looking for a place where you can be yourself? Attend Equality Club! We meet Wednesday’s from 3:10-4pm in room 101. All grade levels are welcome. See you there.

8th grade Dancers—- High School tryouts for the Batavia Dance Team are in March. Clinics begin NEXT WEEK on Tuesday and Thursday at BHS Main Gym from 6p-7:30p. Hope to see you there. Please see Mrs. Carron if you have any questions.

Monday, February 25

There is still time to travel around RMS with your Reading Passport! Teachers are waiting to hear what you are reading! Earn book fair bucks for every five stamps! There is still time to pick up a passport in the LRC and get started!

Attention all students! Did you know the deadline to order your yearbook is today? Currently 877 students have already pre-ordered their yearbook but there are over 1,300 students here at Rotolo! If you don’t order a yearbook by the end of day today we cannot guarantee you will have one for yearbook signing in May! Ordering can be done online through Power School and also at jostensyearbooks.com! So don’t delay and be sure to order one today!

There will be no Engineering Computer Club this week. Again, no Engineering Computer Club this week.

There is an NJHS meeting today after school from 3-4. Come prepared to talk about our fundraiser for this Spring!

Friday, February 22

Attention Mahletes!! Mathletes is canceled today after school… Again Mathletes is canceled today after school..

There is still time to travel around RMS with your Reading Passport! Teachers are waiting to hear what you are reading! Earn book fair bucks for every five stamps! There is still time to pick up a passport in the LRC and get started!

Today is Fab Lab after school. Come race spheros and code the Ozobots! This is the last day for robots! Fab Lab today until 3:45.

Thursday, February 21

Teachers, Just a friendly reminder that we will be having our Monthly Dazzle Dawgs Celebration tomorrow beginning at 8:05 AM in the Cafeteria. Please remind students who have been nominated to attend. (Please refer to Mrs. Carrano’s email from February 15th for a list of students who should attend.)

6th Grade Student Got BARK? Students remember to bring your BARK Tags to the Cafeteria this coming Friday, February 22nd, during A and B Lunches, and be prepared to shop. The BARK IT Market will be open. We have some cool new items we have added for your shopping pleasure! 🙂

Wednesday, February 20


There will be no art club after school because of the RMS art show tonight from 5:30 to 7:00.. Please come and see all the great student art… Again…. there will be no art club after school because of the RMS art show tonight from 5:30 to 7:00..

Attention all students! Did you know the deadline to order your yearbook is quickly approaching? Currently 840 students have already pre-ordered their yearbook but there are over 1,300 students here at Rotolo! If you don’t order a yearbook by Monday 2/25 we cannot guarantee you will have one for yearbook signing in May! Ordering can be done online through Power School and also at jostensyearbooks.com! So don’t delay and be sure to order one today!

There will be no Engineering and Computer Club this week. Again, no Engineering and Computer Club this week.

Battle of the Books update! These 8 teams are going to the Semi Finals. They will compete next week for one of the four places in the Finals. The teams are Tea Time, Belguim Waffles, That One Team, Barbarian Kings Revenge, No Necessary, Grizzly Gators, Dumbledorks, Reading Rampage.
The two top teacher teams going to the Finals are Cover to Cover and 6th Sense! Congratulations Teams!!

Tuesday, February 19

There will be no Engineering and Computer Club this week. Again, no Engineering and Computer Club this week.

Battle of the Books update! These 8 teams are going to the Semi Finals. They will compete next week for one of the four places in the Finals. The teams are Tea Time, Belguim Waffles, That One Team, Barbarian Kings Revenge, No Necessary, Grizzly Gators, Dumbledorks, Reading Rampage.
The two top teacher teams going to the Finals are Cover to Cover and 6th Sense! Congratulations Teams!!

Thursday, February 14

The Lost and Found table is located outside the cafeteria, please check it for any items you have lost. Anything that has been left will be donated on Friday .

There will be no Fab Lab this week. See you next Friday!

Breakfast Book Club will meet on Tuesday morning. We will be discussing Dark Life. If you have never come to breakfast book club please join us on Tuesday morning at 7:10am in the LRC.

Wednesday, February 13

From the Nurses! Cardio day is tomorrow! Make sure you eat breakfast tomorrow morning and drink plenty of water BEFORE and after running! Dehydration can lead to symptoms like headaches, light headedness, dizziness and nausea. In addition, if your are feeling overheated, get a paper towel, run it under cold water and put it on the back of your neck for a quick cool down.

Hi RMS! Student Council is hosting a LOVE-LY spirit week starting February 11th through February 14!

Monday February 11th: is Valentine’s color wear! 6th grade will wear white, 7th will wear pink, and 8th grade will wear red!
Tuesday February 12th: is heart day. Wear any clothing like shirts, pants, socks, etc. with hearts on it!
Wednesday February 13th: Comfy Clothes day
Thursday February 14th-Valentine’s Day dress in your spirit wear! Wear all of your bulldog gear!
Looking forward to seeing your Valentine’s day spirit!

The Lost and Found table is located outside the cafeteria, please check it for any items you have lost. Anything that has been left will be donated on Friday .

Tuesday, February 12

Hi RMS! Student Council is hosting a LOVE-LY spirit week starting February 11th through February 14!

Monday February 11th: is Valentine’s color wear! 6th grade will wear white, 7th will wear pink, and 8th grade will wear red!
Tuesday February 12th: is heart day. Wear any clothing like shirts, pants, socks, etc. with hearts on it!
Wednesday February 13th: Comfy Clothes day
Thursday February 14th-Valentine’s Day dress in your spirit wear! Wear all of your bulldog gear!
Looking forward to seeing your Valentine’s day spirit!

The Lost and Found table is located outside the cafeteria, please check it for any items you have lost. Anything that has been left will be donated on Friday .

Monday, February 11

The Lost and Found table is located outside the cafeteria, please check it for any items you have lost. Anything that has been left will be donated on Friday .

Hi RMS! Student Council is hosting a LOVE-LY spirit week starting February 11th through February 14!

Monday February 11th: is Valentine’s color wear! 6th grade will wear white, 7th will wear pink, and 8th grade will wear red!
Tuesday February 12th: is heart day. Wear any clothing like shirts, pants, socks, etc. with hearts on it!
Wednesday February 13th: Comfy Clothes day
Thursday February 14th-Valentine’s Day dress in your spirit wear! Wear all of your bulldog gear!
Looking forward to seeing your Valentine’s day spirit!

Friday, February 8

Happy Friday RMS!!!! We are sad to say that today is the final day of National School Counseling Week. The school counseling staff, like everyone in our school, is here to make a difference in your life. We want to help you learn wise lessons, achieve your goals and become better human beings.

As Dr. Seuss says,
Be sure when you step, step with care and great tact. And remember that
life’s A Great Balancing Act. And will you succeed? Yes! You will, indeed!

Our door is always open and we are ready to help you. Nothing is too big
or small for us. Thank you for celebrating National School Counseling
Week with us.

Have a terrific and safe weekend!

From: Ms. Heidgen, Ms. Webb & Ms. Neece

Attention BOWLERS! We will meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 this Friday February 8th, right after school! Bring your $7.50 for bowling and we will head over to Funway!

Hi RMS! Student Council is hosting a LOVE-LY spirit week starting February 11th through February 14!

Monday February 11th: is Valentine’s color wear! 6th grade will wear white, 7th will wear pink, and 8th grade will wear red!
Tuesday February 12th: is heart day. Wear any clothing like shirts, pants, socks, etc. with hearts on it!
Wednesday February 13th: Comfy Clothes day
Thursday February 14th-Valentine’s Day dress in your spirit wear! Wear all of your bulldog gear!
Looking forward to seeing your Valentine’s day spirit!

Thursday, February 7

Sign up for Fab Lab this Friday and every Friday in February! It’s robot month. You can work with ozobot, spheros and mindstorms! Draw or code paths for the robots to follow. Creative kids can make a 3D Valentine! Lots to do in the Fab Lab. Remember we are open before school, at Xtime and after school on Fridays!

Do you have a secret crush? Want to send a kind note to your bestie? Or make one of your teachers smile? Then send a Valentine’s pencil-gram! Student Council will be selling Valentine’s pencils tomorrow, Thursday and Friday before school outside of the cafeteria. Stop by, pay a dollar and write a note to include. They will be delivered next week during X-time. All proceeds will go to the American Heart Association.+

Attention BOWLERS! We will meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 this Friday February 8th, right after school! Bring your $7.50 for bowling and we will head over to Funway!

Fab Lab is open this Friday for Fabulous Robotics! Come and work with Ozobots, Spheros and Mindcrafts. Code robots and compete! Also, if your are crafty make a pop up valentine!

Hi RMS! Student Council is hosting a LOVE-LY spirit week starting February 11th through February 14!

Monday February 11th: is Valentine’s color wear! 6th grade will wear white, 7th will wear pink, and 8th grade will wear red!
Tuesday February 12th: is heart day. Wear any clothing like shirts, pants, socks, etc. with hearts on it!
Wednesday February 13th: Comfy Clothes day
Thursday February 14th-Valentine’s Day dress in your spirit wear! Wear all of your bulldog gear!
Looking forward to seeing your Valentine’s day spirit!

Good Afternoon RMS!!! As we continue with National School Counseling Week, today’s message is about lessons shared. A wise woman once said, “Sharing is a wonderful thing, especially to those you’ve shared with.”

When we have gained lessons through experiences and situations, many
times we hold them close to us. Don’t get me wrong; sometimes these
lessons are private and should remain confidential. However there are
times when a lesson you learned, if shared, can help a fellow student.
Here are some examples: when you learn about a more effective way
to take notes to prepare for an upcoming exam – share it. When you
discover a better way to tackle time management challenges – share it.
When you find ways to be a better friend – share it.

Sharing is caring!

From The Nurses Office…. Tis the time for headaches! Lack of proper hydration and not eating breakfast are two big causes of headaches. Remember to eat a healthy breakfast and drink 3 bottles of water while at school to keep those headaches away!

Wednesday, February 6

Writing Club is cancelled today… I repeat Writing Club is cancelled today.

There will be no Thursday art club this week. There will be no Thursday art club this week.

Sign up for Fab Lab this Friday and every Friday in February! It’s robot month. You can work with ozobot, spheros and mindstorms! Draw or code paths for the robots to follow. Creative kids can make a 3D Valentine! Lots to do in the Fab Lab. Remember we are open before school, at Xtime and after school on Fridays!

Good Afternoon RMS!!! As we continue with National School Counseling Week, today’s message is about lessons shared. A wise woman once said, “Sharing is a wonderful thing, especially to those you’ve shared with.”

When we have gained lessons through experiences and situations, many
times we hold them close to us. Don’t get me wrong; sometimes these
lessons are private and should remain confidential. However there are
times when a lesson you learned, if shared, can help a fellow student.
Here are some examples: when you learn about a more effective way
to take notes to prepare for an upcoming exam – share it. When you
discover a better way to tackle time management challenges – share it.
When you find ways to be a better friend – share it.

Sharing is caring!

Fab Lab is open this Friday for Fabulous Robotics! Come and work with Ozobots, Spheros and Mindcrafts. Code robots and compete! Also, if your are crafty make a pop up valentine!

Do you have a secret crush? Want to send a kind note to your bestie? Or make one of your teachers smile? Then send a Valentine’s pencil-gram! Student Council will be selling Valentine’s pencils tomorrow, Thursday and Friday before school outside of the cafeteria. Stop by, pay a dollar and write a note to include. They will be delivered next week during X-time. All proceeds will go to the American Heart Association.

Attention BOWLERS! We will meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 this Friday February 8th, right after school! Bring your $7.50 for bowling and we will head over to Funway!

Today and tomorrow after school Battle of the Books will be in the Fab Lab from 3:05 to 3:20. Please be on time! Good luck teams! Teams that did not compete after school yesterday will make up Round 3 next week.

Tuesday, February 5

All activities and clubs scheduled in our building are cancelled for today after school.

Attention BOWLERS! We will meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 this Friday February 8th, right after school! Bring your $7.50 for bowling and we will head over to Funway!

Do you have a secret crush? Want to send a kind note to your bestie? Or make one of your teachers smile? Then send a Valentine’s pencil-gram! Student Council will be selling Valentine’s pencils tomorrow, Thursday and Friday before school outside of the cafeteria. Stop by, pay a dollar and write a note to include. They will be delivered next week during X-time. All proceeds will go to the American Heart Association.

Fab Lab is open this Friday for Fabulous Robotics! Come and work with Ozobots, Spheros and Mindcrafts. Code robots and compete! Also, if your are crafty make a pop up valentine!

Reading Passport Time! Pick up a Reading Passport from the LRC and travel around RMS talking to teachers about what they are reading and share what you are reading. Earn Book Fair bucks to spend on anything at the spring book fair!!
Go an a reading adventure!! Look for participating teachers with Passport Signs!

Good Afternoon RMS! As we continue with National School Counseling Week, the message today is about reflecting on lessons learned.

Have you ever taken a moment to be still and think about past
experiences that lead you to where you are? Maybe attending a field trip
to an art museum encouraged you to hone in on your passion for
drawing and painting. Perhaps reading about characters in your favorite
book inspired you to research ancient civilizations. Maybe not getting
enough rest the night before a big test lead you to perform less than
your best. Bottom line – many experiences and choices we make can
help us learn wise lessons that can help or hinder our future.

If you ever want to chat about the lessons you have learned, feel free to
sign up and talk to your counselor. 6th Grade – Ms. Heidgen 7th Grade – Ms. Webb 8th Grade – Ms. Neece

Make good decisions today!

There will be no Thursday art club this week. There will be no Thursday art club this week.

Monday, February 4

Good afternoon RMS! Today is the first day of National School Counseling Week. Our focus for the week is “Providing Lessons for Life.”
Author Deepak Chopra once said “The way you think, the way you
behave, the way you eat, can influence your life by 30 to 50 years.”
As your school counselors, We’re here to help you think through how you
want your life’s journey to be for 50 or more years. Come by and talk to
us soon. 6th Grade – Ms. Heidgen 7th Grade – Ms. Webb 8th Grade – Ms. Neece
Be great!

There is an NJHS meeting for current members today, February 4th in Ms. Thornton’s room from 3-4PM. See you all there!

There will be no Thursday art club this week. There will be no Thursday art club this week.

Friday, February 1

Want to earn Book Fair Bucks and Travel Around Rotolo?? What??? Pick up a Reading Passport in the LRC starting Monday and visit teachers around the building and chat about books!! Every 5 visits gives you a buck to spend at the book fair this spring! Reading Passports will be available for the month of February. See the participating teachers with the Passport sign on their door.

Sign up for Fab Lab today and every Friday in February! It’s robot month. You can work with ozobot, spheros and mindstorms! Draw or code paths for the robots to follow. Creative kids can make a 3D Valentine! Lots to do in the Fab Lab. Remember we are open before school, at Xtime and after school on Fridays!

There is an NJHS meeting for current members on Monday, February 4th in Ms. Thornton’s room from 3-4PM. See you all there!

Tuesday, January 29

All after school activities including…Clubs…Practices…and Games..
have been canceled … Please go home at dismissal at 3:00 o’clock

All Battle of the Books battles are cancel this whole week. Round Three will be next week. Check your battle times on the LRC doors and the LRC website.

Attention IMSA Fusion. There will be no IMSA today due to the weather issues. We will meet again next Tuesday as usual. Please go home on the bus.

Do you like volunteering? Are you interested in helping make your community a better place? Then National Junior Honor Society might be a good fit for you! Please fill out a student activity form and drop it off in the main office before the end of the day on Tuesday, January 29th. You can find more information in the RMS messenger or if you have questions, you can ask Ms. Thornton. We hope to see your activity form and have you join NJHS!

Friday, January 25

Pop Tabs are helping Ronald McDonald House help families, now it can be your turn to help Ronald McdDonald House. Start saving the pop tabs off your soda cans and bring them to the main office to be collected and donated today! Please ask Gianna Jensen any questions and thank you for your help in service learning.

Do you like volunteering? Are you interested in helping make your community a better place? Then National Junior Honor Society might be a good fit for you! Please fill out a student activity form and drop it off in the main office before the end of the day on Tuesday, January 29th. You can find more information in the RMS messenger or if you have questions, you can ask Ms. Thornton. We hope to see your activity form and have you join NJHS!

Thursday, January 24

All students attending the ski trip on Saturday February 2nd will have a MANDATORY meeting tomorrow January 25th for all STUDENTS at 7:20 a.m. in Ms. Crawley’s room 106 in the 7th grade wing. Please plan on attending. We will go through important details regarding the trip.
Once again … All students attending the ski trip on Saturday February 2nd will have a MANDATORY meeting tomorrow January 25th for all STUDENTS at 7:20 a.m. in Ms. Crawley’s room 106 in the 7th grade wing. Please plan on attending. We will go through important details regarding the trip.

Pop Tabs are helping Ronald McDonald House help families, now it can be your turn to help Ronald McDonald House. Start saving the pop tabs off your soda cans and bring them to the main office to be collected and donated today! Please ask Gianna Jensen any questions and thank you for your help in service learning.

Do you like volunteering? Are you interested in helping make your community a better place? Then National Junior Honor Society might be a good fit for you! Please fill out a student activity form and drop it off in the main office before the end of the day on Tuesday, January 29th. You can find more information in the RMS messenger or if you have questions, you can ask Ms. Thornton. We hope to see your activity form and have you join NJHS!

Wednesday, January 23

Do you like volunteering? Are you interested in helping make your community a better place? Then National Junior Honor Society might be a good fit for you! Please fill out a student activity form and drop it off in the main office before the end of the day on Tuesday, January 29th. You can find more information in the RMS messenger or if you have questions, you can ask Ms. Thornton. We hope to see your activity form and have you join NJHS!

There will be no Engineering and Computer Club today after school. Again, Engineering and Computer Club is cancelled for this week. See you next week.

This Thursday, January 24 we have guest visitors from the Association of Illinois Middle Schools that will be in our building to learn about the great work you and your teachers are engaged in. The visit occurs every three years to measure how Rotolo continues to be one of Illinois premier middle schools by supporting students academic and social emotional needs and we use that feedback to get better daily living up to our district vision of Always Learning, Always Growing. Many of your classmates have been involved in preparing for this visit. Please welcome our guests on Thursday.

Writing Club is today in Mrs. Hubble’s room 224. Bring your stories to share! We welcome all new members.

Equality Club will meet today in Room 101 after school from 3:10 to 4:00.. All are welcome.. See you then…

Pop Tabs are helping Ronald McDonald House help families, now it can be your turn to help Ronald McDonald House. Start saving the pop tabs off your soda cans and bring them to the main office to be collected and donated today! Please ask Gianna Jensen any questions and thank you for your help in service learning.

Tuesday, January 22

There will be no Engineering and Computer Club this Wednesday. Again, Engineering and Computer Club is cancelled for this week. See you next week.

IMSA Fusion has been cancelled today due to the icy weather this evening. Pease go home on the bus this afternoon. Once again, IMSA Fusion will not be meeting this evening. Please go home on the bus and we will see you next week!

Writing Club is Wednesday in Mrs. Hubble’s room 224. Bring your stories to share! We welcome all new members.

Equality Club will meet tomorrow in Room 101 after school from 3:10 to 4:00.. All are welcome.. See you then…

Do you like volunteering? Are you interested in helping make your community a better place? Then National Junior Honor Society might be a good fit for you! Please fill out a student activity form and drop it off in the main office before the end of the day on Tuesday, January 29th. You can find more information in the RMS messenger or if you have questions, you can ask Ms. Thornton. We hope to see your activity form and have you join NJHS!

This Thursday, January 24 we have guest visitors from the Association of Illinois Middle Schools that will be in our building to learn about the great work you and your teachers are engaged in. The visit occurs every three years to measure how Rotolo continues to be one of Illinois premier middle schools by supporting students academic and social emotional needs and we use that feedback to get better daily living up to our district vision of Always Learning, Always Growing. Many of your classmates have been involved in preparing for this visit. Please welcome our guests on Thursday.

Friday, January 18

Fab Lab will be cancelled for after school today. Again… Fab Lab is cancelled for after school today.

After you have shoveled the driveway and gone sledding this weekend, be sure that you have completed your course requests in Power School. If you need assistance, please talk with your teachers or grade level counselor.

Do you like volunteering? Are you interested in helping make your community a better place? Then National Junior Honor Society might be a good fit for you! Please fill out a student activity form and drop it off in the main office before the end of the day on Tuesday, January 29th. You can find more information in the RMS messenger or if you have questions, you can ask Ms. Thornton. We hope to see your activity form and have you join NJHS!

Thursday, January 17

Do you like volunteering? Are you interested in helping make your community a better place? Then National Junior Honor Society might be a good fit for you! Please fill out a student activity form and drop it off in the main office before the end of the day on Tuesday, January 29th. You can find more information in the RMS messenger or if you have questions, you can ask Ms. Thornton. We hope to see your activity form and have you join NJHS!

Wednesday, January 16

There will be no Equality Club meeting today after school. We will resume next week on Wednesday. Members —Please check your email for a quick survey.

Set your reading goals and win prizes! Red Carpet Reading Contest is still on until February 28. There is still time to win prizes! In sixth grade Ms. Kanaris class is in the lead with the most read carpet books read. Mrs. Wolf’ students are the leaders for 7th grade and Mr. Carlson is the leading in 8th grade.

Do you like volunteering? Are you interested in helping make your community a better place? Then National Junior Honor Society might be a good fit for you! Please fill out a student activity form and drop it off in the main office before the end of the day on Tuesday, January 29th. You can find more information in the RMS messenger or if you have questions, you can ask Ms. Thornton. We hope to see your activity form and have you join NJHS!

Student Council is meeting today in Room #116 in the 7th grade wing after school today at 3:05 pm. See you there!

Principal Advisory Group will meet on Thursday, January 17 during both X-Time and Lunch in the commons

A special congratulations to 3 Rotolo wrestlers on their Undefeated seasons this year!
They are Jack Duraski, Aidan Huck, and Jack Brozny. If you see any of these 3. Tell them great job this year!!

Tuesday, January 15

The Bulldog wrestlers won the 20 team Dekalb tournament on Saturday by 40 points over IESA Runner-up Dekalb and by 80 points over Defending IESA champion Homer Glen. There were 8 individual champions Jack Duraski. Chase Osborne, Aidan Huck, Kaden Fetterolf, Cael Andrews, Ryan Whitwell, Jack Brozny, and Sean Scheck. The Bulldog wrestlers finished as the best team in school history and the Best middle school wrestling team in ILLINOIS. Amazing season Dogs!!

There will be no Equality Club meeting this week. We will resume next week on Wednesday. Members —Please check your email for a quick survey.

Do you like volunteering? Are you interested in helping make your community a better place? Then National Junior Honor Society might be a good fit for you! Please fill out a student activity form and drop it off in the main office before the end of the day on Tuesday, January 29th. You can find more information in the RMS messenger or if you have questions, you can ask Ms. Thornton. We hope to see your activity form and have you join NJHS!

Set your reading goals and win prizes! Red Carpet Reading Contest is still on until February 28. There is still time to win prizes! In sixth grade Ms. Kanaris class is in the lead with the most read carpet books read. Mrs. Wolf’ students are the leaders for 7th grade and Mr. Carlson is the leading in 8th grade.

ATTENTION ALL SIXTH, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADERS THAT LIKE TO SKI OR SNOWBOARD.

The downhill ski club is getting ready for a trip to Wilmot Mountain Ski Resort in Wisconsin. You may ski or snow board, and can bring your own equipment or rent. Any RMS student between the grades of 6-8 is allowed to join us for the trip. Our trip will be on Saturday, February 2nd. It will be an all day ski trip – we will leave at 8:00 in the morning from RMS and won’t be back until 8 pm. Please see your emails for the link to the website where you will need to print out the forms. Please be aware that the trip fills fast so get your forms and money turned in as soon as possible starting Tuesday, January 15th. See Ms. Crawley or Ms. Oswald with any questions. Hope to see you on the slopes!

 

Monday, January 14

ATTENTION ALL SIXTH, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADERS THAT LIKE TO SKI OR SNOWBOARD.

The downhill ski club is getting ready for a trip to Wilmot Mountain Ski Resort in Wisconsin. You may ski or snow board, and can bring your own equipment or rent. Any RMS student between the grades of 6-8 is allowed to join us for the trip. Our trip will be on Saturday, February 2nd. It will be an all day ski trip – we will leave at 8:00 in the morning from RMS and won’t be back until 8 pm. Please see your emails for the link to the website where you will need to print out the forms. Please be aware that the trip fills fast so get your forms and money turned in as soon as possible starting Tuesday, January 15th. See Ms. Crawley or Ms. Oswald with any questions. Hope to see you on the slopes!

 

There will be no Equality Club meeting this week. We will resume next week on Wednesday. Members —Please check your email for a quick survey.

The Rotolo wrestling team completed an undefeated dual meet season last Thursday with a 76-20 win over Hubble. Going 10-0 in dual meets and dominating most of them!

Attention NJHS members: please check our Google Classroom for a volunteer opportunity.

Do you like volunteering? Are you interested in helping make your community a better place? Then National Junior Honor Society might be a good fit for you! Please fill out a student activity form and drop it off in the main office before the end of the day on Tuesday, January 29th. You can find more information in the RMS messenger or if you have questions, you can ask Ms. Thornton. We hope to see your activity form and have you join NJHS!

Set your reading goals and win prizes! Red Carpet Reading Contest is still on until February 28. There is still time to win prizes! In sixth grade Ms. Kanaris class is in the lead with the most read carpet books read. Mrs. Wolf’ students are the leaders for 7th grade and Mr. Carlson is the leading in 8th grade.

Breakfast Book Club will meet on Tuesday January 15 in the LRC! We will be discussing the book The Uglies! Hope to see all book club members on Tuesday.

Friday, January 11

Bowling Club is today. Please meet in Mrs. Oswald’s class after school. Remember to bring your money. See you there.

Attention NJHS members: please check our Google Classroom for a volunteer opportunity.

Do you like volunteering? Are you interested in helping make your community a better place? Then National Junior Honor Society might be a good fit for you! Please fill out a student activity form and drop it off in the main office before the end of the day on Tuesday, January 29th. You can find more information in the RMS messenger or if you have questions, you can ask Ms. Thornton. We hope to see your activity form and have you join NJHS!

The FAB LAB is open on Fridays! This month the theme is puzzles! Come and construct a 3D puzzle, try a mystery puzzle or make a puzzle magnet for your locker! Remember to sign up with your Xtime teacher to come during your Xtime! Fab Lab is open before and after school on Fridays.

Battle of the Books starts next week! Be ready for your competition! Schedule for battles on the LRC website, and post on the LRC doors. Please be on time for your competition. You can bring your lunch if you are competing during lunch or Xtime. Good luck to all teams!!

Breakfast Book Club will meet on Tuesday January 15 in the LRC! We will be discussing the book The Uglies! Hope to see all book club members on Tuesday.

Thursday, January 10

The Rotolo wrestling team steamrolled Franklin middle school (Wheaton) last night beating them 87-21. They move to 10-0 on the year. The last wrestling meet is tonight vs. Hubble at Rotolo. The meet starts at 4:30 come out, check out wrestling, and support the team!

Awesome job this week with MAP Testing. If you did not complete either the Math or ELA MAP test, please report to the LRC tomorrow morning after the Calming Classroom activity.

6th Grade Students, Got B.A.R.K.? Well this Friday during A and B lunches the Bark It Market will be open. Bring your Bark Tags to lunch and spend some time shopping.

The FAB LAB is open on Fridays! This month the theme is puzzles! Come and construct a 3D puzzle, try a mystery puzzle or make a puzzle magnet for your locker! Remember to sign up with your X-time teacher to come during your X-time! Fab Lab is open before and after school on Friday.

Attention Teachers, Dazzle Dawgs Recognition Breakfast is this coming Friday, January 11th. Please be sure to refer to the list of students emailed out by Mrs. Carrano on January 7th and let those students in your 1st period class know to attend the breakfast on Friday. Thanks.

Battle of the Books starts next week! Be ready for your competition! Schedule for battles in on the LRC website, and post on the LRC doors. Please be on time for your competition. You can bring your lunch if you are competing during lunch or X-time. Good luck to all teams!!

Breakfast Book Club will meet on Tuesday January 15 in the LRC! We will be discussing the book The Uglies! See book club members on Tuesday.

 

Wednesday, January 9

Equality Club resumes this week. Any and all students are welcome. We will meet today in room 101 in the 7th grade hallway from 3:10 to 4pm. See you there.

Did you make a New Year’s Resolution to do better in school? We can help with your homework completion. Join us on today from 3 to 4:15 in room 105 for Wired for Math.

There will be no Engineering and Computer Club after school. Again, there will be no Engineering and Computer Club after school. See you next Wednesday.

Today, Wednesday is creative writing club! Mrs. Hubble says BE THERE! and be ready to submit stories for Illinois Young Author.

Attention Teachers, Dazzle Dawgs Recognition Breakfast is this coming Friday, January 11th. Please be sure to refer to the list of students emailed out by Mrs. Carrano on January 7th and let those students in your 1st period class know to attend the breakfast on Friday. Thanks.

The FAB LAB is open on Fridays! This month the theme is puzzles! Come and construct a 3D puzzle, try a mystery puzzle or make a puzzle magnet for your locker! Remember to sign up with your Xtime teacher to come during your Xtime! Fab Lab is open before and after school on

6th Grade Students, Got B.A.R.K.? Well this Friday during A and B lunches the Bark It Market will be open. Bring your Bark Tags to lunch and spend some time shopping.

Tuesday, January 8

Tomorrow, Wednesday is creative writing club! Mrs. Hubble says BE THERE! and be ready to submit stories for Illinois Young Author.

There will be no Engineering and Computer Club Wednesday after school. Again, there will be no Engineering and Computer Club Wednesday after school. See you next Wednesday.

Equality Club resumes this week. Any and all students are welcome. We will meet Wednesday in room 101 in the 7th grade hallway from 3:10 to 4pm. See you there.

8th Grade Girl Basketball players…. Tryouts/practice is canceled for Tuesday January 8th.

Monday, January 7

Did you make a New Year’s Resolution to do better in school? We can help with your homework completion. Join us on Wednesday from 3 to 4:15 in room 105 for Wired for Math.

Equality Club resumes this week. Any and all students are welcome. We Meet Wednesdays in room 101 in the 7th grade hallway from 3:10 to 4pm. See you there.

Attention NJHS members: there is NOT an NJHS meeting today, please go home after school as normal. Thanks and see you in a couple of weeks!

On Tuesday and Wednesday morning RMS will take the Winter MAP assessments. Winter MAP tests let you know how you are progressing on your math and literacy goals. MAP tests let your teachers know what you are ready to learn next. Your teachers will review the Zero Hour schedule and important information. A great way to start the New Year is to be sure to bring your Chromebook charged, be well rested, and have breakfast! Remember that food is available in the cafeteria before school. Let’s make it a great week at RMS!

8th Grade Girl Basketball players…. Tryouts/practice is canceled for Tuesday January 8th.

Friday, December 21

There is no Mathletes meeting today after school. Please go home at 3:00 dismissal and enjoy your winter break!

The Rotolo wrestling team moved to 9-0 on the season with a 61-30 win last night over Monroe middle school in Wheaton.

Congratulations to Joshua Pluta for reading all 20 Red Carpet books! You can check out 2 Red Carpet books over Winter break, so be sure to stop by the LRC and pick up some books today!

The Lost and Found table has been moved into the cafeteria. Please check it for any items you have lost. Anything that has been left will be donated Friday afternoon.

Attention 6th, 7th, & 8th grade girls. There will be basketball open gym over winter break on December 26th & 27th, and January 2nd, & 3rd from 10 am until noon. Stop by to play pick-up games, practice skills, or just shoot around.

Thursday, December 20

There are two art announcements today:
1. Art club will end at 4 today!
2. There’s lots of artwork from first trimester still in the art rooms! Please come and get yours and take it home. Your art misses you!

Congratulations to Joshua Pluta for reading all 20 Red Carpet books! You can check out 2 Red Carpet books over Winter break, so be sure to stop by the LRC and pick up some books today!

The Lost and Found table has been moved into the cafeteria. Please check it for any items you have lost. Anything that has been left will be donated Friday afternoon.

There will be no Fab Lab this Friday. Please do not sign up for Fab Lab this Friday. See you January with new things to create!

Hey Rotolo! Time to let your Holiday spirit shine! Student Council is hosting a Winter Wonderland spirit week, starting Monday December 17th through Friday the 21st.

Monday 12/17th: Holiday apparel- Holiday wear such as a Grinch t-shirt, Santa wear, etc.

Tuesday 12/18th: Winter sports and hats – Wear your favorite basketball or hockey jersey or you favorite hat.

Wednesday 12/19th: Festive, fuzzy and fun socks

Thursday 12/20th: White out – Dress in all white clothes!

Friday 12/21st: Ugly sweater day. Wear the ugliest holiday sweater you can find!

Looking forward to seeing your Holiday spirit, RMS!

Attention 6th, 7th, & 8th grade girls. There will be basketball open gym over winter break on December 26th & 27th, and January 2nd, & 3rd from 10 am until noon. Stop by to play pick-up games, practice skills, or just shoot around.

Attention 6th, 7th, & 8th grade girls. There will be basketball open gym over winter break on December 26th & 27th, and January 2nd, & 3rd from 10 am until noon. Stop by to play pick-up games, practice skills, or just shoot around.

Wednesday, December 19

There will be no Equality Club meeting today. We will pick up after winter break. Enjoy your time off!

Congratulations to Joshua Pluta for reading all 20 Red Carpet books! You can check out 2 Red Carpet books over Winter break, so be sure to stop by the LRC and pick up some books today!

The Lost and Found table has been moved into the cafeteria. Please check it for any items you have lost. Anything that has been left will be donated Friday afternoon.

There will be no Fab Lab this Friday. Please do not sign up for Fab Lab this Friday. See you January with new things to create!

Attention 6th, 7th, & 8th grade girls. There will be basketball open gym over winter break on December 26th & 27th, and January 2nd, & 3rd from 10 am until noon. Stop by to play pick-up games, practice skills, or just shoot around.

Attention 6th, 7th, & 8th grade girls. There will be basketball open gym over winter break on December 26th & 27th, and January 2nd, & 3rd from 10 am until noon. Stop by to play pick-up games, practice skills, or just shoot around.

Please consider donating socks to Operation Warm Toes. Donations of new socks in their original packaging can be dropped off here in the Student Services Office and will be accepted thru Thursday, December 20th.

Hey Rotolo! Time to let your Holiday spirit shine! Student Council is hosting a Winter Wonderland spirit week, starting Monday December 17th through Friday the 21st.

Monday 12/17th: Holiday apparel- Holiday wear such as a Grinch t-shirt, Santa wear, etc.

Tuesday 12/18th: Winter sports and hats – Wear your favorite basketball or hockey jersey or you favorite hat.

Wednesday 12/19th: Festive, fuzzy and fun socks

Thursday 12/20th: White out – Dress in all white clothes!

Friday 12/21st: Ugly sweater day. Wear the ugliest holiday sweater you can find!

Looking forward to seeing your Holiday spirit, RMS!

Tuesday, December 18

The Lost and Found table has been moved into the cafeteria. Please check it for any items you have lost. Anything that has been left will be donated Friday afternoon.

Your Rotolo wrestling team won the 7 team Conference tournament this past weekend by 80 points over 2nd place finisher Wredling middle school. With 8 Champions and 16 out of 19 weight classes taking top 4. The individual champions were Brendan Conklin, Jack Duraski, Aiden Huck, Jack Brozny, Ryan Whitwell, Kaden Fetterolf, Zach Szuberla, and Sean Sheck. If you see any of the wrestlers tell them Great job!!

Attention 6th, 7th, & 8th grade girls. There will be basketball open gym over winter break on December 26th & 27th, and January 2nd, & 3rd from 10 am until noon. Stop by to play pick-up games, practice skills, or just shoot around.

Attention Students! Reading is a gift you give yourself. This month you can check out 3 library books in the LRC! So be sure to stock up on books before Winter Break.

Hey Rotolo! Time to let your Holiday spirit shine! Student Council is hosting a Winter Wonderland spirit week, starting Monday December 17th through Friday the 21st.

Monday 12/17th: Holiday apparel- Holiday wear such as a Grinch t-shirt, Santa wear, etc.

Tuesday 12/18th: Winter sports and hats – Wear your favorite basketball or hockey jersey or you favorite hat.

Wednesday 12/19th: Festive, fuzzy and fun socks

Thursday 12/20th: White out – Dress in all white clothes!

Friday 12/21st: Ugly sweater day. Wear the ugliest holiday sweater you can find!

Looking forward to seeing your Holiday spirit, RMS!

Monday, December 17

Your Rotolo wrestling team won the 7 team Conference tournament this past weekend by 80 points over 2nd place finisher Wredling middle school. With 8 Champions and 16 out of 19 weight classes taking top 4. The individual champions were Brendan Conklin, Jack Duraski, Aiden Huck, Jack Brozny, Ryan Whitwell, Kaden Fetterolf, Zach Szuberla, and Sean Sheck. If you see any of the wrestlers tell them Great job!!

Hey Rotolo! Time to let your Holiday spirit shine! Student Council is hosting a Winter Wonderland spirit week, starting Monday December 17th through Friday the 21st.

Monday 12/17th: Holiday apparel- Holiday wear such as a Grinch t-shirt, Santa wear, etc.

Tuesday 12/18th: Winter sports and hats – Wear your favorite basketball or hockey jersey or you favorite hat.

Wednesday 12/19th: Festive, fuzzy and fun socks

Thursday 12/20th: White out – Dress in all white clothes!

Friday 12/21st: Ugly sweater day. Wear the ugliest holiday sweater you can find!

Looking forward to seeing your Holiday spirit, RMS!

Attention 6th, 7th, & 8th grade girls. There will be basketball open gym over winter break on December 26th & 27th, and January 2nd, & 3rd from 10 am until noon. Stop by to play pick-up games, practice skills, or just shoot around.

Attention Students! Reading is a gift you give yourself. This month you can check out 3 library books in the LRC! So be sure to stock up on books before Winter Break.

Please consider donating socks to Operation Warm Toes. Donations of new socks in their original packaging can be dropped off here in the Student Services Office and will be accepted thru Thursday, December 20th.

Friday, December 14

Congratulations to the 2018 2019 cheerleading competition team who took first place in their most recent competition. This team also qualified for the ICCA state championship. The team will compete this weekend at Oswego East and Marian Catholic. Great job girls!

Attention Students! Reading is a gift you give yourself. This month you can check out 3 library books in the LRC! So be sure to stock up on books before Winter Break.

Please consider donating socks to Operation Warm Toes. Donations of new socks in their original packaging can be dropped off here in the Student Services Office and will be accepted thru Thursday, December 20th.

Hey Rotolo! Time to let your Holiday spirit shine! Student Council is hosting a Winter Wonderland spirit week, starting Monday December 17th through Friday the 21st.

Monday 12/17th: Holiday apparel- Holiday wear such as a Grinch t-shirt, Santa wear, etc.

Tuesday 12/18th: Winter sports and hats – Wear your favorite basketball or hockey jersey or you favorite hat.

Wednesday 12/19th: Festive, fuzzy and fun socks

Thursday 12/20th: White out – Dress in all white clothes!

Friday 12/21st: Ugly sweater day. Wear the ugliest holiday sweater you can find!

Looking forward to seeing your Holiday spirit, RMS!

Thursday, December 13

And the results are in! Thank you for all the support in our No-Shave November Event. As two schools, we raised $5359 for three amazing cancer charities! Our top three RMS teachers were… in first place: Mr. Carlson!!!! In second place: Mr. Thomas and in third place: Mr. Crawley! Thank you again for all your support!

Attention Students! Reading is a gift you give yourself. This month you can check out 3 library books in the LRC! So be sure to stock up on books before Winter Break.

Breakfast Book Club will meet next Tuesday December 18th. We will discuss Unbound and next book will be provided. It’s Donut December at book club!

Hey Rotolo! Time to let your Holiday spirit shine! Student Council is hosting a Winter Wonderland spirit week, starting Monday December 17th through Friday the 21st.

Monday 12/17th: Holiday apparel- Holiday wear such as a Grinch t-shirt, Santa wear, etc.

Tuesday 12/18th: Winter sports and hats – Wear your favorite basketball or hockey jersey or you favorite hat.

Wednesday 12/19th: Festive, fuzzy and fun socks

Thursday 12/20th: White out – Dress in all white clothes!

Friday 12/21st: Ugly sweater day. Wear the ugliest holiday sweater you can find!

Looking forward to seeing your Holiday spirit, RMS!

 

Wednesday, December 12

Builders Club Members, please check you email today for information about our field trip tomorrow. Please contact Ms. Webb immediately if you did not receive an email but feel you should have. Have a great rest of your day!

Attention Student Council Members: today’s meeting will end at 3:30 pm. See you in the LRC after school.

There is an Equality Club meeting today after school in room 101.

Art club today is cancelled! Again, art club today is cancelled! See you next week!

Attention all yearbook club staff – today’s meeting is cancelled! Please continue taking pictures – especially on your team and in your classes! See you next week!

The Rotolo wrestling team moved to 7-0 Last night with another dominating win over Edison 84-6. Great Job Dogs!!

Breakfast Book CLub will meet next Tuesday December 18th. We will discuss Unbound and next book will be provided. It’s Donut December at book club!

Attention Students! Reading is a gift you give yourself. This month you can check out 3 library books in the LRC! So be sure to stock up on books before Winter Break.

Please consider donating socks to Operation Warm Toes. Donations of new socks in their original packaging can be dropped off here in the Student Services Office and will be accepted thru Thursday, December 20th.

Hey Rotolo! Time to let your Holiday spirit shine! Student Council is hosting a Winter Wonderland spirit week, starting Monday December 17th through Friday the 21st.

Monday 12/17th: Holiday apparel- Holiday wear such as a Grinch t-shirt, Santa wear, etc.

Tuesday 12/18th: Winter sports and hats – Wear your favorite basketball or hockey jersey or you favorite hat.

Wednesday 12/19th: Festive, fuzzy and fun socks

Thursday 12/20th: White out – Dress in all white clothes!

Friday 12/21st: Ugly sweater day. Wear the ugliest holiday sweater you can find!

Looking forward to seeing your Holiday spirit, RMS!

Tuesday, December 11

The Rotolo wrestling team dominated the Hubble Invite this weekend winning the 8 team tournament by over 50 points. They had 16 placers out of the 19 weights classes and out of the 16 placers there were 7 Champions.
The 7 champs were Jack Duraski, Chase Osborne, Zach Szuberla, Aidan Huck, Cael Andrews, Jack Brozny and Ryan Whitwell.

Attention all Foods Club members, our meeting for December 11 has been canceled. See you on December 18.

Attention Students! Reading is a gift you give yourself. This month you can check out 3 library books in the LRC! So be sure to stock up on books before Winter Break.

Monday, December 10

The Rotolo wrestling team dominated the Hubble Invite this weekend winning the 8 team tournament by over 50 points. They had 16 placers out of the 19 weights classes and out of the 16 placers there were 7 Champions.
The 7 champs were Jack Duraski, Chase Osborne, Zach Szuberla, Aidan Huck, Cael Andrews, Jack Brozny and Ryan Whitwell.

Attention all Foods Club members, our meeting for December 11 has been canceled. See you on December 18

Attention Students! Reading is a gift you give yourself. This month you can check out 3 library books in the LRC! So be sure to stock up on books before Winter Break.

Please consider donating socks to Operation Warm Toes. Donations of new socks in their original packaging can be dropped off here in the Student Services Office and will be accepted thru Thursday, December 20th.

Friday, December 7

The Rotolo wrestling team moved to 6-0 on the season with a dominant win over Thompson 79-13. We are Bulldog tough!

Are you interested in bowling with friends after school one time a month?
Join us this Friday, December 7th to see what the fun is all about.
Meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 immediately after school. Bring $7.50 for bowling! See you there!

Please consider donating socks to Operation Warm Toes. Donations of new socks in their original packaging can be dropped off here in the Student Services Office and will be accepted thru Thursday, December 20th.

Congratulations to our current top Red Carpet Book Readers! Great job Zahra Ahmed in Ms. Kanaris’s class for already reading 14 books, Joshua Pluta in Mrs. Cain’s class for reading 15 books and Anna Schlamann in Mr. Carlson’s class for reading 10 books. They have all earned a FREE movie ticket along with Popcorn and a Drink at Randall 15. The Red Carpet Reading Contest ends on February 28th. Keep reading and be sure to get your forms turned in by February 28th!

Don’t forget that today is Fab LAB Friday! The lab will have an invention tool called Makey Makey. It turns everyday objects into a touchpad using your computer. So remember to bring along your Chromebook. We will also have holiday crafts and holiday cards to make! Come right after school on today!

Thursday, December 6

Don’t forget that Friday is Fab LAB Friday! And this Friday the lab will have an invention tool called Makey Makey. It turns everyday objects into a touchpad using your computer. So remember to bring along your Chromebook. We will also have holiay crafts and holiday cards to make! Sign up with your Xtime teacher or come before or after school on Friday!

Are you interested in bowling with friends after school one time a month?
Join us this Friday, December 7th to see what the fun is all about.
Meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 immediately after school. Bring $7.50 for bowling! See you there!

Please consider donating socks to Operation Warm Toes. Donations of new socks in their original packaging can be dropped off here in the Student Services Office and will be accepted thru Thursday, December 20th.

Hey Rotolo! The Batavia Access Toy Drive is celebrating 70 years of supporting families within the city of Batavia. RMS Student Council is again partnering with them to collect donations for their annual holiday toy drive to support our community! Show your Christmas spirit by donating new games, toys, crafts, gift cards, warm hats, gloves, mittens or socks for other middle school kids. Gift cards are also accepted. The toy drive ends this Thursday, December 6th. Please consider making a donation these last couple of days to ensure a happy and bright holiday season for all. We appreciate your support!

Congratulations to our current top Red Carpet Book Readers! Great job Zahra Ahmed in Ms. Kanaris’s class for already reading 14 books, Joshua Pluta in Mrs. Cain’s class for reading 15 books and Anna Schlamann in Mr. Carlson’s class for reading 10 books. They have all earned a FREE movie ticket along with Popcorn and a Drink at Randall 15. The Red Carpet Reading Contest ends on February 28th. Keep reading and be sure to get your forms turned in by February 28th!

Wednesday, December 5

ATTENTION ALL YEABOOK CLUB MEMBERS! Our meeting for today is cancelled! Repeat, yearbook club is cancelled for today! See you next week!

The Rotolo wrestling team moved to 5-0 on the year. Beating the West Aurora Allstar team ( Jewel and Jefferson middle schools combined )By the score of 50-42. Nice job Dogs!!

Equality Club will meet today in room 101 after school from 3:10 to 4.

Don’t forget that Friday is Fab LAB Friday! And this Friday the lab will have an invention tool called Makey Makey. It turns everyday objects into a touchpad using your computer. So remember to bring along your Chromebook. We will also have holiay crafts and holiday cards to make! Sign up with your Xtime teacher or come before or after school on Friday!

Are you interested in bowling with friends after school one time a month?
Join us this Friday, December 7th to see what the fun is all about.
Meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 immediately after school. Bring $7.50 for bowling! See you there!

Hey Rotolo! The Batavia Access Toy Drive is celebrating 70 years of supporting families within the city of Batavia. RMS Student Council is again partnering with them to collect donations for their annual holiday toy drive to support our community! Show your Christmas spirit by donating new games, toys, crafts, gift cards, warm hats, gloves, mittens or socks for other middle school kids. Gift cards are also accepted. The toy drive ends this Thursday, December 6th. Please consider making a donation these last couple of days to ensure a happy and bright holiday season for all. We appreciate your support!

Congratulations to our current top Red Carpet Book Readers! Great job Zahra Ahmed in Ms. Kanaris’s class for already reading 14 books, Joshua Pluta in Mrs. Cain’s class for reading 15 books and Anna Schlamann in Mr. Carlson’s class for reading 10 books. They have all earned a FREE movie ticket along with Popcorn and a Drink at Randall 15. The Red Carpet Reading Contest ends on February 28th. Keep reading and be sure to get your forms turned in by February 28th!

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 or Ms. Stary.

In honor of National Sock Day today, please consider donating socks to Operation Warm Toes. Donations of new socks in their original packaging can be dropped off here in the Student Services Office and will be accepted thru Thursday, December 20th.

Tuesday, December 4

Equality Club will meet tomorrow after school in room 101 from 3:10 – 4:00.

Attention… All basketball teams that practice today …. will have practice right after school.

In honor of National Sock Day today, please consider donating socks to Operation Warm Toes. Donations of new socks in their original packaging can be dropped off here in the Student Services Office and will be accepted thru Thursday, December 20th.

Hey Rotolo! The Batavia Access Toy Drive is celebrating 70 years of supporting families within the city of Batavia. RMS Student Council is again partnering with them to collect donations for their annual holiday toy drive to support our community! Show your Christmas spirit by donating new games, toys, crafts, gift cards, warm hats, gloves, mittens or socks for other middle school kids. Gift cards are also accepted. The toy drive ends this Thursday, December 6th. Please consider making a donation these last couple of days to ensure a happy and bright holiday season for all. We appreciate your support!

Congratulations to our current top Red Carpet Book Readers! Great job Zahra Ahmed in Ms. Kanaris’s class for already reading 14 books, Joshua Pluta in Mrs. Cain’s class for reading 15 books and Anna Schlamann in Mr. Carlson’s class for reading 10 books. They have all earned a FREE movie ticket along with Popcorn and a Drink at Randall 15. The Red Carpet Reading Contest ends on February 28th. Keep reading and be sure to get your forms turned in by February 28th!

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 or Ms. Stary.

Monday, December 3

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 or Ms. Stary.

Congratulations to our current top Red Carpet Book Readers! Great job Zahra Ahmed in Ms. Kanaris’s class for already reading 14 books, Joshua Pluta in Mrs. Cain’s class for reading 15 books and Anna Schlamann in Mr. Carlson’s class for reading 10 books. They have all earned a FREE movie ticket along with Popcorn and a Drink at Randall 15. The Red Carpet Reading Contest ends on February 28th. Keep reading and be sure to get your forms turned in by February 28th!

Friday, November 30

The Rotolo wrestling team went to 4-0 last night after beating Geneva North 93-17!

Hey Rotolo! The Batavia Access Toy Drive is celebrating 70 years of supporting families within the city of Batavia. RMS Student Council is again partnering with them to collect donations for their annual holiday toy drive to support our community! Show your Christmas spirit by donating new games, toys, crafts, gift cards, warm hats, gloves, mittens or socks for other middle school kids. Gift cards are also accepted. The toy drive will take place from now through Thursday, December 6th. Student Council reps will collect donations from your x-time teachers. There is also a large donation box located in the main office. Thank you for your help serving those in need!

We will start collecting socks on Wednesday, November 28th and finish on Thursday, December 20th. We would be able to drop off a collection box on Tuesday, November 27th.

Thursday, November 29

There will be no art club today! See you next week!

Attention NJHS members: please check Google Classroom for an important announcement.

Attention all students: there is only one full day left of the No-Shave November challenge!! Make sure to help raise money for our charities and help your teacher win an amazing prize!

Attention 6th Grade Students, Got B.A.R.K.? Don’t forget to bring your BARK Tags to lunch this coming Friday, November 30th, and be prepared to shop. The BARK It Market will be open during both A and B lunches.

We will start collecting socks on Wednesday, November 28th and finish on Thursday, December 20th. We would be able to drop off a collection box on Tuesday, November 27th.

Hey Rotolo! The Batavia Access Toy Drive is celebrating 70 years of supporting families within the city of Batavia. RMS Student Council is again partnering with them to collect donations for their annual holiday toy drive to support our community! Show your Christmas spirit by donating new games, toys, crafts, gift cards, warm hats, gloves, mittens or socks for other middle school kids. Gift cards are also accepted. The toy drive will take place from now through Thursday, December 6th. Student Council reps will collect donations from your x-time teachers. There is also a large donation box located in the main office. Thank you for your help serving those in need!

Teachers, Just a friendly reminder that Friday, November 30th, we will be having our monthly Dazzle DAWG Celebration in the cafeteria. Students should report to 1st period for attendance purposes and then come immediately to the cafeteria. Please be sure to remind students of this.

For any 1st period teacher who is free from 8:05-8:40 AM, you are welcome and encouraged to stop down and support those students who are being recognized.

Attention members of Games Club, we will be meeting today after school from 3-5. Games Club meets every other Thursday in room 212 for two hours of board and card game goodness. If you have a card game you play or a board game you’d like to try, you should come check out Games Club. Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, November 28

Attention members of Games Club, we will be meeting tomorrow afternoon from 3-5. Games Club meets every other Thursday in room 212 for two hours of board and card game goodness. If you have a card game you play or a board game you’d like to try, you should come check out Games Club. Hope to see you there!

The Rotolo wrestling team moves to 3-0 on the season. Taking out Washington last night 79-18. We are Bulldog tough!

Creative Writing Club will meet today in room 224 right after school….get it? Write after school! See you then!

Reminder – Yearbook club is meeting TODAY afterschool! Be sure to bring your bingo board & camera!

Attention 6th Grade Students, Got B.A.R.K.? Don’t forget to bring your BARK Tags to lunch this coming Friday, November 30th, and be prepared to shop. The BARK It Market will be open during both A and B lunches.

We will start collecting socks on Wednesday, November 28th and finish on Thursday, December 20th. We would be able to drop off a collection box on Tuesday, November 27th.

There will be a Battle of the Books participant meeting on Thursday after school. Please plan to meet in the LRC from 3 to 3:30 on Thursday. We will go over rules and make nameplates for the competitions. See you on Thursday! If you cannot make it see Mrs.Cook in the LRC.

Hey Rotolo! The Batavia Access Toy Drive is celebrating 70 years of supporting families within the city of Batavia. RMS Student Council is again partnering with them to collect donations for their annual holiday toy drive to support our community! Show your Christmas spirit by donating new games, toys, crafts, gift cards, warm hats, gloves, mittens or socks for other middle school kids. Gift cards are also accepted. The toy drive will take place from now through Thursday, December 6th. Student Council reps will collect donations from your x-time teachers. There is also a large donation box located in the main office. Thank you for your help serving those in need!

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 or Ms. Stary.

Teachers, Just a friendly reminder that Friday, November 30th, we will be having our monthly Dazzle DAWG Celebration in the cafeteria. Students should report to 1st period for attendance purposes and then come immediately to the cafeteria. Please be sure to remind students of this.

For any 1st period teacher who is free from 8:05-8:40 AM, you are welcome and encouraged to stop down and support those students who are being recognized.

Tuesday, November 27

Creative Writing Club will meet tomorrow in room 224 right after school….get it? Write after school! See you then!

Reminder – Yearbook club is meeting tomorrow afterschool! Be sure to bring your bingo board & camera!

We will start collecting socks on Wednesday, November 28th and finish on Thursday, December 20th. We would be able to drop off a collection box on Tuesday, November 27th.

There will be a Battle of the Books participant meeting on Thursday after school. Please plan to meet in the LRC from 3 to 3:30 on Thursday. We will go over rules and make nameplates for the competitions. See you on Thursday! If you cannot make it see Mrs.Cook in the LRC.

Hey Rotolo! The Batavia Access Toy Drive is celebrating 70 years of supporting families within the city of Batavia. RMS Student Council is again partnering with them to collect donations for their annual holiday toy drive to support our community! Show your Christmas spirit by donating new games, toys, crafts, gift cards, warm hats, gloves, mittens or socks for other middle school kids. Gift cards are also accepted. The toy drive will take place from now through Thursday, December 6th. Student Council reps will collect donations from your x-time teachers. There is also a large donation box located in the main office. Thank you for your help serving those in need!

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 or Ms. Stary.

Tuesday, November 20

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 or Ms. Stary.

Congratulations to our Mathletes in their first competition at Marmion this past Saturday! We took 3rd place Overall
1st place in team with Team 1 earning a perfect score!
Sameer – took 3rd place for Individual – 8th grade
Alek – took 1st place for Individual – 7th grade
Way to go mathletes!

Hey Rotolo! The Batavia Access Toy Drive is celebrating 70 years of supporting families within the city of Batavia. RMS Student Council is again partnering with them to collect donations for their annual holiday toy drive to support our community! Show your Christmas spirit by donating new games, toys, crafts, gift cards, warm hats, gloves, mittens or socks for other middle school kids. Gift cards are also accepted. The toy drive will take place from now through Thursday, December 6th. Student Council reps will collect donations from your x-time teachers. There is also a large donation box located in the main office. Thank you for your help serving those in need!

Monday, November 19

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 or Ms. Stary.

Friday, November 16

Today is the end of School Psychologist Appreciation Week. We want to thank Ms. Arrigo, Ms. Reinert and Ms. Phelan for their endless work to help support our students, staff and parents are RMS. These two go above and beyond to ensure that the students of RMS receive the best educational experience possible. Be sure to thank them for all they do, next time you see them around. Our building would not be the same without them. Thank you!

Your Rotolo Wrestling team is off to a 2-0 start with wins over Kaneland middle school 55-40 (Tuesday night) and Wredling middle school 79-14 (Last night). Great job and keep it up!

“Hey sixth, seventh and eighth grade students..Please listen up to this exciting newsflash….In order to help raise money for No Shave November, Mr. Rios has agreed to wear a CHICKEN SUIT (that’s right, a chicken suit for the whole day as he teaches PE) if he ends up having the most donations in his jar. So, RMS, we have a job to do. If you have extra change, stop in the main office, drop it in Mr. Rios’ jr so we can achieve the once in a lifetime opportunity of seeing Mr. Rios’ in a CHICKEN SUIT.”

 

Thursday, November 15

Hello Rotolo students and staff! Show off your giving spirit as RMS Student Council is sponsoring a Thanksgiving food drive & spirit week all week long! During this spirit week we will be hosting a food drive to support Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry. Bring your canned goods to donate during X-time and join in the fun!

Tuesday, 11/13: Tie-dye day-wear your favorite tie-dye shirt
Wednesday, 11/14: dress as your favorite meme/vine *must be school appropriate*
Thursday, 11/15: Hawaiian Day/beach-vacation attire
Friday, 11/16: Freaky Friday (or) Dynamic Duo day (you and a friend can dress up as each other or dress as an iconic duo like Joey and Chandler from the t.v. show Friends.)

Wednesday, November 14

Today’s student council meeting will take place in Room #116 in the 7th grade wing at 3:05.

There will be no after school Battle of the Books meeting this week. The participant Battle of the Books meeting will be rescheduled until after Thanksgiving break. No Battle of the Books informational meeting this week.

Hello Rotolo students and staff! Show off your giving spirit as RMS Student Council is sponsoring a Thanksgiving food drive & spirit week all week long! During this spirit week we will be hosting a food drive to support Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry. Bring your canned goods to donate during X-time and join in the fun!

Tuesday, 11/13: Tie-dye day-wear your favorite tie-dye shirt
Wednesday, 11/14: dress as your favorite meme/vine *must be school appropriate*
Thursday, 11/15: Hawaiian Day/beach-vacation attire
Friday, 11/16: Freaky Friday (or) Dynamic Duo day (you and a friend can dress up as each other or dress as an iconic duo like Joey and Chandler from the t.v. show Friends.)

Do you want a place where you can be open, honest, feel safe and supported at school? Join Equality Club after school on Wednesdays starting November 14th, from 3:10 until 4:00 in room 101. Equality Club offers this judgment-free zone to students from all grade levels. Pick up a permission slip in Student Services!

NJHS mustache you to help you raise money for St. Jude’s Cancer Research Foundation through No Shave November! Find a guy teacher who is getting a little hairy and put some money in his jar to help him win our contest. Fear the beard.

We are celebrating library card month this month! Show your public library card in the LRC and get a prize! Fill out a MY LIBRARY IS INCREDIBLE sign and pick a prize! If you don’t have a library card..it’s free…go to your library and sign up today!

Tuesday, November 13

Reminder – Yearbook club is meeting after school tomorrow from 3-4pm in room 213! Please come ready to work with your Chromebook charged!

There will be no after school Battle of the Books meeting this week. The participant Battle of the Books meeting will be rescheduled until after Thanksgiving break. No Battle of the Books informational meeting this week.

Hello Rotolo students and staff! Show off your giving spirit as RMS Student Council is sponsoring a Thanksgiving food drive & spirit week all week long! During this spirit week we will be hosting a food drive to support Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry. Bring your canned goods to donate during X-time and join in the fun!

Tuesday, 11/13: Tie-dye day-wear your favorite tie-dye shirt
Wednesday, 11/14: dress as your favorite meme/vine *must be school appropriate*
Thursday, 11/15: Hawaiian Day/beach-vacation attire
Friday, 11/16: Freaky Friday (or) Dynamic Duo day (you and a friend can dress up as each other or dress as an iconic duo like Joey and Chandler from the t.v. show Friends.)

Do you want a place where you can be open, honest, feel safe and supported at school? Join Equality Club after school on Wednesdays starting November 14th, from 3:10 until 4:00 in room 101. Equality Club offers this judgment-free zone to students from all grade levels. Pick up a permission slip in Student Services!

NJHS mustache you to help you raise money for St. Jude’s Cancer Research Foundation through No Shave November! Find a guy teacher who is getting a little hairy and put some money in his jar to help him win our contest. Fear the beard.

 

Monday, November 12

Do you want a place where you can be open, honest, feel safe and supported at school? Join Equality Club after school on Wednesdays starting November 14th, from 3:10 until 4:00 in room 101. Equality Club offers this judgment-free zone to students from all grade levels. Pick up a permission slip in Student Services!

NJHS mustache you to help you raise money for St. Jude’s Cancer Research Foundation through No Shave November! Find a guy teacher who is getting a little hairy and put some money in his jar to help him win our contest. Fear the beard.

We are celebrating library card month this month! Show your public library card in the LRC and get a prize! Fill out a MY LIBRARY IS INCREDIBLE sign and pick a prize! If you don’t have a library card..it’s free…go to your library and sign up today!

Hello Rotolo students and staff! Show off your giving spirit as RMS Student Council is sponsoring a Thanksgiving food drive & spirit week all week long! During this spirit week we will be hosting a food drive to support Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry. Bring your canned goods to donate during X-time and join in the fun!

Tuesday, 11/13: Tie-dye day-wear your favorite tie-dye shirt
Wednesday, 11/14: dress as your favorite meme/vine *must be school appropriate*
Thursday, 11/15: Hawaiian Day/beach-vacation attire
Friday, 11/16: Freaky Friday (or) Dynamic Duo day (you and a friend can dress up as each other or dress as an iconic duo like Joey and Chandler from the t.v. show Friends.)

Friday, November 9

Do you enjoy problem solving? Do you want to practice your math skills? Do you enjoy Math competition? Come join us at Mathletes on Friday, November 9th right after school in Room 117 until about 4:00.

Hello Rotolo students and staff! Show your giving spirit as RMS Student Council is sponsoring a Thanksgiving food drive & spirit week next week from November 12th through the16th. During this spirit week we will be hosting a food drive to support Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry. Bring your canned goods to donate during X-time and join in the fun!
Monday: 11/12: Decades day! 6th: 60s 7th: 70s 8th: 80s
Tuesday 11/13: Tie-dye day
Wednesday 11/14: dress as your favorite meme/vine *must be appropriate*
Thursday 11/15: Hawaiian Day/beach-vacation attire
Friday 11/16: Freaky Friday or dynamic duo day (you and a friend can dress up as each other or dress as an iconic duo like Joey and Chandler from the t.v. show Friends.)

Do you like bowling? Do you enjoy fun? Join us November 9th for bowling club! We will meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room in the 7th grade wing (room 111) after school this Friday. Plan for bowling and your parents picking you up from Funway at 5:15 pm. See you then!

NJHS mustache you to help you raise money for St. Jude’s Cancer Research Foundation through No Shave November! Find a guy teacher who is getting a little hairy and put some money in his jar to help him win our contest. Fear the beard.

Do you want a place where you can be open, honest, feel safe and supported at school? Join Equality Club after school on Wednesdays starting November 14th, from 3:10 until 4:00 in room 101. Equality Club offers this judgment-free zone to students from all grade levels. Pick up a permission slip in Student Services!

Thursday, November 8

Do you want a place where you can be open, honest, feel safe and supported at school? Join Equality Club after school on Wednesdays starting November 14th, from 3:10 until 4:00 in room 101. Equality Club offers this judgment-free zone to students from all grade levels. Pick up a permission slip in Student Services!

Fab Lab is open Friday! Come before school or after school. Have your teacher sign you up for Xtime on Friday! This month make a Lego Catapult, A Lego Balloon Car, A lego zipline and more! See you at the Fab LAB!

Builders Club Members! We are meeting TODAY in room 105 after school. Please be sure to bring your colored pencils and/or markers. See you there!

NJHS mustache you to help you raise money for St. Jude’s Cancer Research Foundation through No Shave November! Find a guy teacher who is getting a little hairy and put some money in his jar to help him win our contest. Fear the beard.

Do you like bowling? Do you enjoy fun? Join us November 9th for bowling club! We will meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room in the 7th grade wing (room 111) after school this Friday. Plan for bowling and your parents picking you up from Funway at 5:15 pm. See you then!

Hello Rotolo students and staff! Show your giving spirit as RMS Student Council is sponsoring a Thanksgiving food drive & spirit week next week from November 12th through the16th. During this spirit week we will be hosting a food drive to support Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry. Bring your canned goods to donate during X-time and join in the fun!
Monday: 11/12: Decades day! 6th: 60s 7th: 70s 8th: 80s
Tuesday 11/13: Tie-dye day
Wednesday 11/14: dress as your favorite meme/vine *must be appropriate*
Thursday 11/15: Hawaiian Day/beach-vacation attire
Friday 11/16: Freaky Friday or dynamic duo day (you and a friend can dress up as each other or dress as an iconic duo like Joey and Chandler from the t.v. show Friends.)

We are celebrating library card month this month! Show your public library card in the LRC and get a prize! Fill out a MY LIBRARY IS INCREDIBLE sign and pick a prize! If you don’t have a library card..it’s free…go to your library and sign up today!

Do you enjoy problem solving? Do you want to practice your math skills? Do you enjoy Math competition? Come join us at Mathletes on Friday, November 9th right after school in Room 117 until about 4:00.

Wednesday, November 7

Fab Lab is open Friday! Come before school or after school. Have your teacher sign you up for Xtime on Friday! This month make a Lego Catapult, A Lego Balloon Car, A lego zipline and more! See you at the Fab LAB!

Reminder, Builders Club member, We will be meeting after school tomorrow in room 105 after school. Please bring markers or colored pencils with your to work on our project. Builders Club Tomorrow, November 8th in room 105. See you there!!

NJHS mustache you to help you raise money for St. Jude’s Cancer Research Foundation through No Shave November! Find a guy teacher who is getting a little hairy and put some money in his jar to help him win our contest. Fear the beard.

Do you like bowling? Do you enjoy fun? Join us November 9th for bowling club! We will meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room in the 7th grade wing (room 111) after school this Friday. Plan for bowling and your parents picking you up from Funway at 5:15 pm. See you then!

Hello Rotolo students and staff! Show your giving spirit as RMS Student Council is sponsoring a Thanksgiving food drive & spirit week next week from November 12th through the16th. During this spirit week we will be hosting a food drive to support Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry. Bring your canned goods to donate during X-time and join in the fun!
Monday: 11/12: Decades day! 6th: 60s 7th: 70s 8th: 80s
Tuesday 11/13: Tie-dye day
Wednesday 11/14: dress as your favorite meme/vine *must be appropriate*
Thursday 11/15: Hawaiian Day/beach-vacation attire
Friday 11/16: Freaky Friday or dynamic duo day (you and a friend can dress up as each other or dress as an iconic duo like Joey and Chandler from the t.v. show Friends.)

Calling all Creative Writers…. Come to room 224 today after school to share, listen and create…Open to all 6th 7th and 8th graders… Hope to see you then…

Battle of the Book’s registration has begun. Pick up a registration form in the LRC! Compete in January for prizes!!!

There will be no Engineering and Computer Club today after school. Again, no Engineering and Computer Club today after school.

Do you enjoy problem solving? Do you want to practice your math skills? Do you enjoy Math competition? Come join us at Mathletes on Friday, November 9th right after school in Room 117 until about 4:00.

Tuesday, November 6

Do you like bowling? Do you enjoy fun? Join us November 9th for bowling club! We will meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room in the 7th grade wing (room 111) after school this Friday. Plan for bowling and your parents picking you up from Funway at 5:15 pm. See you then!

A reminder to all Foods Club members, we will NOT be having a meeting tonight. See you next week!

Calling all Creative Writers…. Come to room 224 this Wednesday to share, listen and create…Open to all 6th 7th and 8th graders… Hope to see you then…

We are celebrating library card month this month! Show your public library card in the LRC and get a prize! Fill out a MY LIBRARY IS INCREDIBLE sign and pick a prize! If you don’t have a library card..it’s free…go to your library and sign up today!

Battle of the Book’s registration has begun. Pick up a registration form in the LRC! Compete in January for prizes!!!

There will be no Engineering and Computer Club this Wednesday. Again, no Engineering and Computer Club this Wednesday.

Happy No Shave November! You might see some of your teachers start to grow some gnarly facial hair. If that’s the case, look for his jar and put in money to support three cancer foundations and encourage him to stay fluffy this November! The teacher who raises the most money to help fight cancer will win some cool prizes and intense bragging rights.

Monday, November 5

Calling all Creative Writers…. Come to room 224 this Wednesday to share, listen and create…Open to all 6th 7th and 8th graders… Hope to see you then…

There is NOT an NJHS meeting today after school. Have a great day!

There will be no Engineering and Computer Club this Wednesday. Again, no Engineering and Computer Club this Wednesday.

Happy No Shave November! You might see some of your teachers start to grow some gnarly facial hair. If that’s the case, look for his jar and put in money to support three cancer foundations and encourage him to stay fluffy this November! The teacher who raises the most money to help fight cancer will win some cool prizes and intense bragging rights.

Friday, November 2

Boxtops for Bulldogs is BACK!!! We will be bringing back the boxtop contests for all RMS students! There will be a bulldog collection sheet that will require 25 boxtops to be completed. Each sheet will be 1 point for your advisory class. The contest will be run through the advisory class on your schedule. If you team wins, you will be able to vote on if you’d like a popcorn party, pizza party, ice cream party or offer an idea unique to your group. Boxtops for Bulldogs is the primary source of funding for our Rotolo Builders Club. This club focuses on community services in the Batavia area. So, the more we raise, the more we can help! So, complete the bulldog sheets and earn your party!!!! There will be a winning advisory class at each level. Please send all questions to Ms. Webb. Thank you in advance for your support of Builders Club and Boxtops for Bulldogs!

Happy No Shave November! You might see some of your teachers start to grow some gnarly facial hair. If that’s the case, look for his jar and put in money to support three cancer foundations and encourage him to stay fluffy this November! The teacher who raises the most money to help fight cancer will win some cool prizes and intense bragging rights.

 

Thursday, November 1

Boxtops for Bulldogs is BACK!!! We will be bringing back the boxtop contests for all RMS students! There will be a bulldog collection sheet that will require 25 boxtops to be completed. Each sheet will be 1 point for your advisory class. The contest will be run through the advisory class on your schedule. If you team wins, you will be able to vote on if you’d like a popcorn party, pizza party, ice cream party or offer an idea unique to your group. Boxtops for Bulldogs is the primary source of funding for our Rotolo Builders Club. This club focuses on community services in the Batavia area. So, the more we raise, the more we can help! So, complete the bulldog sheets and earn your party!!!! There will be a winning advisory class at each level. Please send all questions to Ms. Webb. Thank you in advance for your support of Builders Club and Boxtops for Bulldogs!

No FAB LAB FRIDAY this Friday. See you next Friday November 9th!

Happy No Shave November! You might see some of your teachers start to grow some gnarly facial hair. If that’s the case, look for his jar and put in money to support three cancer foundations and encourage him to stay fluffy this November! The teacher who raises the most money to help fight cancer will win some cool prizes and intense bragging rights.

Wednesday, October 31

Trick or treat? The treat is that we are taking a break from Wired for math so you can get home early enough to enjoy the holiday. The trick is on you if you stay after school – you will be all alone and on your own! See you next week – but not tonight.

Boxtops for Bulldogs is BACK!!! We will be bringing back the boxtop contests for all RMS students! There will be a bulldog collection sheet that will require 25 boxtops to be completed. Each sheet will be 1 point for your advisory class. The contest will be run through the advisory class on your schedule. If you team wins, you will be able to vote on if you’d like a popcorn party, pizza party, ice cream party or offer an idea unique to your group. Boxtops for Bulldogs is the primary source of funding for our Rotolo Builders Club. This club focuses on community services in the Batavia area. So, the more we raise, the more we can help! So, complete the bulldog sheets and earn your party!!!! There will be a winning advisory class at each level. Please send all questions to Ms. Webb. Thank you in advance for your support of Builders Club and Boxtops for Bulldogs!

No FAB LAB FRIDAY this Friday. See you next Friday November 9th!

Wednesday Night Art class is cancelled this week.

Attention yearbook club members – there will be no meeting today! Enjoy your Halloween and we will meet again 11/7!

Tuesday, October 30

We interrupt your regularly scheduled tutoring program to bring you Halloween. Please join us when we get back next week. Have a ghoulishly good time.

Boxtops for Bulldogs is BACK!!! We will be bringing back the boxtop contests for all RMS students! There will be a bulldog collection sheet that will require 25 boxtops to be completed. Each sheet will be 1 point for your advisory class. The contest will be run through the advisory class on your schedule. If you team wins, you will be able to vote on if you’d like a popcorn party, pizza party, ice cream party or offer an idea unique to your group. Boxtops for Bulldogs is the primary source of funding for our Rotolo Builders Club. This club focuses on community services in the Batavia area. So, the more we raise, the more we can help! So, complete the bulldog sheets and earn your party!!!! There will be a winning advisory class at each level. Please send all questions to Ms. Webb. Thank you in advance for your support of Builders Club and Boxtops for Bulldogs!

Wednesday Night Art class is cancelled this week.

Attention yearbook club members – there will be no meeting tomorrow, Wednesday October 31st! Enjoy your Halloween and we will meet again 11/7!

Monday, October 29

Wednesday is Halloween and we are taking a break from Wired for Math to give you plenty of time to participate in fun filled activities. We will get back to our regular schedule on Nov. 7

The Battle is almost here! Battle of the Books sign up starts on Wednesday in the LRC. Do you have your team together? Remember you can sign up on your own and we will put you on a team! Read Compete Win!!!!

Boxtops for Bulldogs is BACK!!! We will be bringing back the boxtop contests for all RMS students! There will be a bulldog collection sheet that will require 25 boxtops to be completed. Each sheet will be 1 point for your advisory class. The contest will be run through the advisory class on your schedule. If you team wins, you will be able to vote on if you’d like a popcorn party, pizza party, ice cream party or offer an idea unique to your group. Boxtops for Bulldogs is the primary source of funding for our Rotolo Builders Club. This club focuses on community services in the Batavia area. So, the more we raise, the more we can help! So, complete the bulldog sheets and earn your party!!!! There will be a winning advisory class at each level. Please send all questions to Ms. Webb. Thank you in advance for your support of Builders Club and Boxtops for Bulldogs!

There is an NJHS Meeting on Monday, October 29 from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room. We will be decorating jars for No Shave November. See you there!

Wednesday Night Art class is cancelled this week.

 

Friday, October 26

Next week the students of Mrs. Schaffer’s’ class will be handing out buddy poppies during lunch, so bring in some spare change if you want to donate.

Attention all Anime Club Members…. Anime will not be meeting after school today… Again Anime will not be meeting today please go home after school.

Attn Bowling Club! Please meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room after school today!! We will ride over to Funway to bowl! See you in Room #111

There is an NJHS Meeting on Monday, October 29 from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room. We will be decorating jars for No Shave November. See you there!

Boxtops for Bulldogs is BACK!!! We will be bringing back the boxtop contests for all RMS students! There will be a bulldog collection sheet that will require 25 boxtops to be completed. Each sheet will be 1 point for your advisory class. The contest will be run through the advisory class on your schedule. If you team wins, you will be able to vote on if you’d like a popcorn party, pizza party, ice cream party or offer an idea unique to your group. Boxtops for Bulldogs is the primary source of funding for our Rotolo Builders Club. This club focuses on community services in the Batavia area. So, the more we raise, the more we can help! So, complete the bulldog sheets and earn your party!!!! There will be a winning advisory class at each level. Please send all questions to Ms. Webb. Thank you in advance for your support of Builders Club and Boxtops for Bulldogs!

All 7th grade Volleyball players will have a party on Monday October 29th from 3 to 4. Please bring your volleyball uniforms to turn in at that time.

Thursday, October 25

Attention members of Games Club. There will not be a meeting today. We will meet next Thursday, November 1st.

Attention Teachers, Just a friendly reminder that our monthly Dazzle DAWG Breakfast will be held tomorrow morning in the cafeteria beginning at 8:05 AM. Please remind those students in your 1st period class who were nominated and encourage them to attend. You can refer to the list emailed by Mrs. Carrano for the list of your respective students. Thanks.

Attention 6th Grade Students, A reminder that it is the end of the month. You know what that means? The Bark It Market is open and ready for you to shop. Bring your Bark Tags to your respective lunch on Friday and pick out some good prizes.

Boxtops for Bulldogs is BACK!!! We will be bringing back the boxtop contests for all RMS students! There will be a bulldog collection sheet that will require 25 boxtops to be completed. Each sheet will be 1 point for your advisory class. The contest will be run through the advisory class on your schedule. If you team wins, you will be able to vote on if you’d like a popcorn party, pizza party, ice cream party or offer an idea unique to your group. Boxtops for Bulldogs is the primary source of funding for our Rotolo Builders Club. This club focuses on community services in the Batavia area. So, the more we raise, the more we can help! So, complete the bulldog sheets and earn your party!!!! There will be a winning advisory class at each level. Please send all questions to Ms. Webb. Thank you in advance for your support of Builders Club and Boxtops for Bulldogs!

Builders Club Members, we are meeting today at 3:00 in room 105. Please bring colored pencils and or markers with you, as they will be needed for our project. I look forward to seeing you all there!

The Battle is almost here! Battle of the Books sign up starts on Wednesday in the LRC. Do you have your team together? Remember you can sign up on your own and we will put you on a team! Read Compete Win!!!!

Don’t forget tomorrow is Fab Lab day!! Please remind your Xtime teacher to sign you up to come to Fab Lab at Xtime time on Friday. Remind them to go to the Fab Lab Google Doc! Also, open before and after school. October is Circuits.

There is an NJHS meeting on Thursday, October 25 from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room to prepare for our Socktober Carnival.

 

Wednesday, October 24

There is an NJHS meeting on Thursday, October 25 from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room to prepare for our Socktober Carnival.

All 7th grade Volleyball players will have a party on Monday October 29th from 3 to 4. Please bring your volleyball uniforms to turn in at that time.

Yearbook club is having its second meeting today after school from 3-4pm in room 213! Please bring your Chromebook charged and ready to go! If you cannot attend but are still interested in joining yearbook club, please email Miss Schmitt ASAP! See you soon!

Do you know what day today is?
That’s right! It’s Wednesday and that means Wired for Math!
If you need some extra help to get caught up or extra time to practice your skills – be sure to come to room 105 today after school. Don’t worry if you can’t get a ride home – we’ve got it covered. The Wired for Math shuttle bus has a stop near you.

Attention Creative Writing Club. Creative Writing Club is cancelled for today Wednesday October 24th. Again there will be no Creative Writing Club today.

Tuesday, October 23

There is an NJHS meeting on Thursday, October 25 from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room to prepare for our Socktober Carnival.

RMS has Reading Spirit. All around the hallways and classrooms you can see we are readers! The BHS students walked the halls and looked at all your displays! They voted for…….the top winner in reading spirit as …Mrs. Rios class and their spooky reading room! Honorable mentions are 6 th grade… Mrs. Hubbles reading spirit room, Ms. Kanaris awesome genre wall, 7th grade…Mrs. Schulz students door and lockers, and 8-4’s hanging book pennants.

Attention all students! Yearbook club will have its second meeting this Wednesday October 24th in room 213 from 3-4pm! New students are still welcome and all interested students should email Miss Schmitt for the Google Classroom code prior to the meeting! See you then!

Monday, October 22

There is an NJHS meeting on Thursday, October 25 from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room to prepare for our Socktober Carnival.

All 7th grade Volleyball players will have a party on Monday October 29th from 3 to 4. Please bring your volleyball uniforms to turn in at that time.

Today is the first day of wrestling practice! Starting at 3:00 in the upstairs gym. Bring your wrestling shoes and headgear. If you haven’t signed up yet, you still can come out! It’s going to be a fun season.

RMS has Reading Spirit. All around the hallways and classrooms you can see we are readers! The BHS students walked the halls and looked at all your displays! They voted for…….the top winner in reading spirit as …Mrs. Rios class and their spooky reading room! Honorable mentions are 6 th grade… Mrs. Hubbles reading spirit room, Ms. Kanaris awesome genre wall, 7th grade…Mrs. Schulz students door and lockers, and 8-4’s hanging book pennants.

Attention all students! Yearbook club will have its second meeting this Wednesday October 24th in room 213 from 3-4pm! New students are still welcome and all interested students should email Miss Schmitt for the Google Classroom code prior to the meeting! See you then!

Friday, October 19

Listen up 7th and 8th graders this is an announcement you don’t want to miss. Auditions for this year’s 7th and 8th grade musical “Mary Poppins Jr.” are coming up next week. Acting auditions are next Monday Oct. 22nd, dancing is next Tuesday, Oct. 23rd and singing is Wednesday Oct. 24th. You must attend all 3 audition days. All of the auditions will be after school in the cafeteria. Please see one of the audition posters hanging around school for complete details. Don’t miss your chance to be in this wonderful show.

The Wrestling team is still looking for stat people! You will be a very important part of the team and get wrestling gear. If you’re interested please email gregory.schroeder@bps101.net to learn more or if you have any questions.

There is an NJHS meeting on Thursday, October 25 from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room to prepare for our Socktober Carnival.

All 7th grade Volleyball players will have a party on Monday October 29th from 3 to 4. Please bring your volleyball uniforms to turn in at that time.

Thursday, October 18

Fab Lab is open tomorrow! This month the Fab Lab will have materials for making and exploring and creating circuits! Fab Lab Friday is open before school at 7:30am, at Xtime with a pass and after school till 3:45pm.

Listen up 7th and 8th graders this is an announcement you don’t want to miss. Auditions for this year’s 7th and 8th grade musical “Mary Poppins Jr.” are coming up next week. Acting auditions are next Monday Oct. 22nd, dancing is next Tuesday, Oct. 23rd and singing is Wednesday Oct. 24th. You must attend all 3 audition days. All of the auditions will be after school in the cafeteria. Please see one of the audition posters hanging around school for complete details. Don’t miss your chance to be in this wonderful show.

The Wrestling team is still looking for stat girls! You will be a very important part of the team and get wrestling gear. If you’re interested please email gregory.schroeder@bps101.net to learn more or if you have any questions.

Wednesday, October 17

Attention all students! Yearbook club will have an informational meeting TOMORROW in room 213 from 3-4pm! See you there!

Reminder: Wrestling season is coming up (starting Monday, October 22nd) Sign up in PowerSchool. There are no try outs and no experience required. Be a part of something fun and the best team in Rotolo middle school wrestling history. Be a Bulldog wrestler, Be Part of the dog pack!

Do you enjoy problem solving?
Do you want to practice your math skills?
Do you enjoy math competition?
Come join Mathletes after school on Wednesday, October 17th, in Room 115. It will go until about 4:00pm

Listen up 7th and 8th graders this is an announcement you don’t want to miss. Auditions for this year’s 7th and 8th grade musical “Mary Poppins Jr.” are coming up next week. Acting auditions are next Monday Oct. 22nd, dancing is next Tuesday, Oct. 23rd and singing is Wednesday Oct. 24th. You must attend all 3 audition days. All of the auditions will be after school in the cafeteria. Please see one of the audition posters hanging around school for complete details. Don’t miss your chance to be in this wonderful show.

 

Tuesday, October 16

The time is almost here to register for Battle of the Books!! Get your team together and register on Halloween and get a treat! Registration for Battle of the Books goes from Oct. 31 to November 20th!!! Read, Compete, WIN!

Who has Reading Spirit? RMS! There are AMAZING works of art showing off Reading Spirit. We have lockers decorated with favorite books, creative bookmarks, and pendants lining the halls. Way to go! If you haven’t had time for spirit, judging won’t begin until Thursday, so there’s still time to bring even more reading spirit to RMS.

Reminder: Wrestling season is coming up (starting Monday, October 22nd) Sign up in Powerschool. There are no try outs and no experience required. Be a part of something fun and the best team in Rotolo middle school wrestling history. Be a Bulldog wrestler, Be Part of the dog pack!

Do you enjoy problem solving?
Do you want to practice your math skills?
Do you enjoy math competition?
Come join Mathletes after school on Wednesday, October 17th, in Room 115. It will go until about 4:00pm

Reminder to the Cross Country Team Uniform turn in and Ice Cream Run Tomorrow. Check email for more information and bring your own money.

Listen up 7th and 8th graders this is an announcement you don’t want to miss. Auditions for this year’s 7th and 8th grade musical “Mary Poppins Jr.” are coming up next week. Acting auditions are next Monday Oct. 22nd, dancing is next Tuesday, Oct. 23rd and singing is Wednesday Oct. 24th. You must attend all 3 audition days. All of the auditions will be after school in the cafeteria. Please see one of the audition posters hanging around school for complete details. Don’t miss your chance to be in this wonderful show.

Monday, October 15

The time is almost here to register for Battle of the Books!! Get your team together and register on Halloween and get a treat! Registration for Battle of the Books goes from Oct. 31 to November 20th!!! Read, Compete, WIN!

Who has Reading Spirit? RMS! There are AMAZING works of art showing off Reading Spirit. We have lockers decorated with favorite books, creative bookmarks, and pendants lining the halls. Way to go! If you haven’t had time for spirit, judging won’t begin until Thursday, so there’s still time to bring even more reading spirit to RMS.

Your 2018 Cross Country Boys team placed 1st and the Girls Placed 3rd at the IESA State Meet Saturday. Amazing day for the team! All state performances by Ava Thomas, Quintin Lowe, Anthony Fornelli and Owen Billie. The team would like to extend a special thank you to all staff members and students for a great send off last Friday! It was amazing and thanks for braving the cold!

All Cross Country members Ice Cream Run and Uniform turn in is this Wednesday October 17th. Bring your uniforms washed and ready. Meet in the atrium outside the cafeteria after school. You will need to make arrangements to be picked up at the Batavia Creamery by 4:15. There will be no transportation back to school. If you cannot run make arrangements for your ride right after you turn in your uniform.

Attention all students! Yearbook club will have an informational meeting after school this week on Thursday from 3:00-4:00pm in room 213! Email Miss Schmitt or see her with any questions!

Reminder: Wrestling season is coming up (starting Monday, October 22nd) Sign up in Powerschool. There are no try outs and no experience required. Be a part of something fun and the best team in Rotolo middle school wrestling history. Be a Bulldog wrestler, Be Part of the dog pack!

Friday, October 12

Calling ALL Artists!!

ART CLUB starts NEXT week!! WOOHOO!!

When: Wednesday 3:10-4:30 or Thursday 3:10-4:30
Where: Wednesday’s room 014
Thursday’s room 015
How long? Until the end of the year!!

Come and join! You do not have to be in an art class to join. Any questions ask Mrs. Meyer or Mrs. McKnight

Who has Reading Spirit? RMS! There are AMAZING works of art showing off Reading Spirit. We have lockers decorated with favorite books, creative bookmarks, and pendants lining the halls. Way to go! If you haven’t had time for spirit, judging won’t begin until Thursday, so there’s still time to bring even more reading spirit to RMS.

NJHS members, please check your email for information about an upcoming fundraiser.

Congratulations and Good Luck to our IESA State Qualifiers! Both the boys and girls placed 1st in the sectional meet last Saturday. Tomorrow they will be racing at the IESA State Finals. Wish the team luck!

Attention all students: yearbook club will have an informational meeting next Thursday, October 18 from 3 to 4pm in room 213. Any questions, see or e-mail Miss Schmitt!

Attention ALL cross country athletes – Today you will leave class at 2:15 to participate in the walk of champions with the entire team. Bundle up and dress for the weather as it is cold and plan to meet in rooms 236, 237, 238, and 239 in the 6th grade wing. Non-state athletes will return to class after the walk! State bound athletes will leave directly for practice.

Thursday, October 11

Breakfast Book Club is discussing Restart by Gordon Korman on Tuesday Oct. 16th! Come join us before school at 7:10am! If you need the book they are on sale in the LRC!

Hey sports fans,

Sport Club will be starting soon!  What
is Sport Club you ask? Sport Club is a
chance for you and your friends to play
a variety of sports after school.  It is
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. It starts Thursday October 11th.
That’s coming up soon…so get your
friends together, get a permission slip,
and come have some fun.

If you have any questions, please see
Ms. Krantz or Ms. Stary.

Calling ALL Artists!!

ART CLUB starts NEXT week!! WOOHOO!!

When: Wednesday 3:10-4:30 or Thursday 3:10-4:30
Where: Wednesday’s room 014
Thursday’s room 015
How long? Until the end of the year!!

Come and join! You do not have to be in an art class to join. Any questions ask Mrs. Meyer or Mrs. McKnight

Hey everyone! This is the last week to purchase your ticket for Rotolopalooza. It’s this Saturday from 6-9pm.

There’s a dance, video game truck, bubble soccer tournament, inflatables, photo booth, food, and more!

If you’ve already purchased your ticket…WAY TO GO! Remember to bring your School ID. That’s your ticket to get in.

Tickets can be purchased during all lunch periods for $15. Visit ROTOLOMUSIC.COM for more information.

As you walk to and from school, please be courteous to our neighbors and be safe due to lack of light in the morning. Please do not cut through yards on your way to or from school.

Fab Lab is open tomorrow! This month the Fab Lab will have materials for making and exploring and creating circuits! Fab Lab Friday is open before school at 7:30am, at Xtime with a pass and after school till 3:45pm.

Attention all students interested in Games Club, there will be a short informational meeting today from 3:10 – 4:00 in room 212. We will be meeting to discuss a few items and play a quick game.
games Club will meet every other Thursday from 3 – 5 to give students an opportunity to share, discuss, and play board games and card games. We hope to see you in room 212 at 3 o’clock today!

Wednesday, October 10

The time is almost here to register for Battle of the Books!! Get your team together and register on Halloween and get a treat! Registration for Battle of the Books goes from Oct. 31 to November 20th!!! Read, Compete, WIN!

Breakfast Book Club is discussing Restart by Gordon Korman on Tuesday Oct. 16th! Come join us before school at 7:10am! If you need the book they are on sale in the LRC!

Hey sports fans,

Sport Club will be starting soon!  What
is Sport Club you ask? Sport Club is a
chance for you and your friends to play
a variety of sports after school.  It is
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. It starts Thursday October 11th.
That’s coming up soon…so get your
friends together, get a permission slip,
and come have some fun.

If you have any questions, please see
Ms. Krantz or Ms. Stary.

Hey everyone! This is the last week to purchase your ticket for Rotolopalooza. It’s this Saturday from 6-9pm.

There’s a dance, video game truck, bubble soccer tournament, inflatables, photo booth, food, and more!

If you’ve already purchased your ticket…WAY TO GO! Remember to bring your School ID. That’s your ticket to get in.

Tickets can be purchased during all lunch periods for $15. Visit ROTOLOMUSIC.COM for more information.

Congratulations to EVERYONE who participated in Walk to School Day! We hope you had a terrific walk and enjoyed a tasty breakfast. Again, congratulations and remember to keep walking to stay healthy!

 

Tuesday, October 9

EXTRA! EXTRA! The Bulldog Barker needs YOU! If you are interested in writing for the school newspaper, please come to Newspaper Club starting this Thursday morning at 7:15 in room 228. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Sengenberger.

Ukulele Club is cancelled after school today. Again, Ukulele Club is cancelled after school today. On a related note, ti you still want to sign up for Ukulele Club see Mr. Griffith in the orchestra room, room 006, and pick up a Ukulele Club permission slip.

Calling ALL Artists!!

ART CLUB starts NEXT week!! WOOHOO!!

When: Wednesday 3:10-4:30 or Thursday 3:10-4:30
Where: Wednesday’s room 014
Thursday’s room 015
How long? Until the end of the year!!

Come and join! You do not have to be in an art class to join. Any questions ask Mrs. Meyer or Mrs. McKnight

 

Don’t forget! Tomorrow is Walk to School Day!! Remember, students who walk to school will get the benefit of great physical activity first thing in the morning AND a free breakfast! See you on the sidewalks!

The time is almost here to register for Battle of the Books!! Get your team together and register on Halloween and get a treat! Registration for Battle of the Books goes from Oct. 31 to November 20th!!! Read, Compete, WIN!

Breakfast Book Club is discussing Restart by Gordon Korman on Tuesday Oct. 16th! Come join us before school at 7:10am! If you need the book they are on sale in the LRC!

Hey sports fans,

Sport Club will be starting soon!  What
is Sport Club you ask? Sport Club is a
chance for you and your friends to play
a variety of sports after school.  It is
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. It starts Thursday October 11th.
That’s coming up soon…so get your
friends together, get a permission slip,
and come have some fun.

If you have any questions, please see
Ms. Krantz or Ms. Stary.

There is an NJHS meeting on Tuesday, October 9 from 3-4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room. We will be preparing for Socktober. Don’t forget your emergency form and hope to see you all there!

Hey everyone! This is the last week to purchase your ticket for Rotolopalooza. It’s this Saturday from 6-9pm.

There’s a dance, video game truck, bubble soccer tournament, inflatables, photo booth, food, and more!

If you’ve already purchased your ticket…WAY TO GO! Remember to bring your School ID. That’s your ticket to get in.

Tickets can be purchased during all lunch periods for $15. Visit ROTOLOMUSIC.COM for more information.

Wednesday, October 3

Wednesday, October 10 is Walk to School Day! Anyone who walks to school on the 10th will receive a free breakfast, PLUS some great morning exercise! Join in on this fun and healthy event!

This week, get your ROTOLOPALOOZA tickets on sale during all lunch periods for just $15. All 8th graders that purchase tickets receive a FAST PASS to skip the lines for the inflatables.

Want to be in the Bubble Soccer tournament? Get your teams of 4 together. Make sure everyone on your team has purchased a ticket before signing up.

You know there’s a dunk tank RIGHT? The only way you get to dunk a teacher in the dunk tank is to buy a ticket to Rotolopalooza. See you there!

See you there!

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will conduct a nationwide test of the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018. The national IPAWS test will include a Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) message, sent to mobile devices, at 1:18 p.m., Central. Students and staff should be aware of the potential disruption, and should be aware that it is only a test.

Tuesday, October 2

Attention to all Foods Club members, we do not have a meeting tonight. See you next week!

This week, get your ROTOLOPALOOZA tickets on sale during all lunch periods for just $15. All 8th graders that purchase tickets receive a FAST PASS to skip the lines for the inflatables.

Want to be in the Bubble Soccer tournament? Get your teams of 4 together. Make sure everyone on your team has purchased a ticket before signing up.

You know there’s a dunk tank RIGHT? The only way you get to dunk a teacher in the dunk tank is to buy a ticket to Rotolopalooza. See you there!

See you there!

Wednesday, October 10 is Walk to School Day! Anyone who walks to school on the 10th will receive a free breakfast, PLUS some great morning exercise! Join in on this fun and healthy event!

Monday, October 1

Cheerleading Boot Camp will be held today in the Multi Purpose room from 4:30 – 6:30.

This week, get your ROTOLOPALOOZA tickets on sale during all lunch periods for just $15. All 8th graders that purchase tickets receive a FAST PASS to skip the lines for the inflatables.

Want to be in the Bubble Soccer tournament? Get your teams of 4 together. Make sure everyone on your team has purchased a ticket before signing up.

You know there’s a dunk tank RIGHT? The only way you get to dunk a teacher in the dunk tank is to buy a ticket to Rotolopalooza. See you there!

See you there!

Last week the Cross Country team Won the overall Team Trophy at the Crusader Flite Invitational. Both the 7th grade Girls and 8th Grade boys brought home 1st place trophies as well.
Saturday the team also competed in the Fox Trot Invitational. The team ran great bringing home the overall Team Trophy and placing 1st Girls Varsity, Boys Varsity, and JV Boys. The JV Girls ran great for 2nd place. We also had many great personal records by all our team members in the open races!
On to IESA Sectionals this Saturday!

Mark your calendar! Wednesday, October 10th is national Walk to School Day! Join your friends in walking to school that day. All participants will receive a free breakfast AND a healthy start to the day. See you on the sidewalk!

 

Friday, September 28

Attn bowlers!!! RMS Bowling Club will have it first meeting today September 28th. Meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 right after school. Bring $10 for bowling at Funway and snacks if you are interested. Beginners are welcome! Have your parents pick you up from Funway at 5. See you there!

Please check the lost and found for any missing belongings. We will be donating any unclaimed items today. The lost and found is on a table outside the cafeteria.

Are you interested in Cheerleading? The first tryout/boot camp is Oct. 1st for all 6th – 7th- and 8th grade students. Stop down in Student Services to pick up the informational sheet.

ROTOLOPALOOZA TICKETS ARE ON SALE DURING LUNCHES. What is Rotolopalooza? Rotoloalooza is a school-wide event, just for Rotolo students. Featuring …. Inflatables & Obstacle Courses, Dance and DJ, Teacher Dunk Tank, Bubble Soccer Tournament, Video Game Truck, Photo Booth, Concessions and More!
Tickets are just $15.00. Any 8th graders that purchase tickets get Skip-The-Line passes for the inflatables. Pick-up a Waivers in the Main Office, in Student Services, or at lunch. Bubble soccer team sign-ups will also be available.

Remember Anime Club is meeting in room 212 right after school today!

Dazzle Dawg breakfast has been moved to Monday October 1st beginning at 8:05 AM.

Thursday, September 27

Anime Club is tomorrow in room 212 from 3 to 4:30…. See you there…

Got BARK? 6th Grade students, this Friday, September 28th, is your opportunity to shop. Bring your BARK tags that you have earned during the months of August and September and come check out the BARK It Market. It will be open during both A and B lunches in the lobby, just outside the cafeteria.

The 8th grade football team is on a roll. With conference wins over Geneva, St. Charles Thompson and St. Charles Wredling the bulldogs are tied for first place. Thursday is supposed to be an outstanding day to play football, so come and root the bulldogs on as they face off against Yorkville at Batavia High School at 5 o’clock.

Don’t forget Friday is FAB LAB Friday. The fab lab is open at 7:30am, Xtime and after school on Fridays. Bring a friend and build a structure!

ROTOLOPALOOZA TICKETS GO ON SALE DURING LUNCHES STARTING  WEDNESDAY SEPT. 26th. What is Rotolopalooza? Rotoloalooza is a school-wide event, just for Rotolo students. Featuring …. Inflatables & Obstacle Courses, Dance and DJ, Teacher Dunk Tank, Bubble Soccer Tournament, Video Game Truck, Photo Booth, Concessions and More!
Tickets are just $15.00. Any 8th graders that purchase tickets get Skip-The-Line passes for the inflatables. Pick-up a Waivers in the Main Office, in Student Services, or at lunch. Bubble soccer team sign-ups will also be available.

Are you interested in Cheerleading? The first tryout/boot camp is Oct. 1st for all 6th – 7th- and 8th grade students. Stop down in Student Services to pick up the informational sheet.

Please check the lost and found for any missing belongings. We will be donating any unclaimed items on Friday. The lost and found is on a table outside the cafeteria.

Attn bowlers!!! RMS Bowling Club will have it first meeting on Friday, September 28th. Meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 right after school. Bring $10 for bowling at Funway and snacks if you are interested. Beginners are welcome! Have your parents pick you up from Funway at 5. See you there!

Attention Teachers, Please be sure to notify students in your 1st period class who have been nominated as Dazzle DAWGS for the month of September and remind them to attend the breakfast this Friday, September 28th, beginning at 8:05 AM. (You can refer to the list sent out on September 24th from Mrs. Carrano.) Students should check in with their 1st period teacher first for attendance purposes.

 

Wednesday, September 26

 “We got spirit yes we do…We got spirit How about YOU??!! Reading spirit that is!!! Teachers please check your email to sign up for the amazing reading spirit room next week Monday-Thursday!”

Got BARK? 6th Grade students, this Friday, September 28th, is your opportunity to shop. Bring your BARK tags that you have earned during the months of August and September and come check out the BARK It Market. It will be open during both A and B lunches in the lobby, just outside the cafeteria.

The 8th grade football team is on a roll. With conference wins over Geneva, St. Charles Thompson and St. Charles Wredling the bulldogs are tied for first place. Thursday is supposed to be an outstanding day to play football, so come and root the bulldogs on as they face off against Yorkville at Batavia High School at 5 o’clock.

Don’t forget Friday is FAB LAB Friday. The fab lab is open at 7:30am, Xtime and after school on Fridays. Bring a friend and build a structure!

ROTOLOPALOOZA TICKETS GO ON SALE DURING LUNCHES STARTING THIS WEDNESDAY SEPT. 26th. What is Rotolopalooza? Rotoloalooza is a school-wide event, just for Rotolo students. Featuring …. Inflatables & Obstacle Courses, Dance and DJ, Teacher Dunk Tank, Bubble Soccer Tournament, Video Game Truck, Photo Booth, Concessions and More!
Tickets are just $15.00. Any 8th graders that purchase tickets get Skip-The-Line passes for the inflatables. Pick-up a Waivers in the Main Office, in Student Services, or at lunch. Bubble soccer team sign-ups will also be available.

Are you interested in Cheerleading? The first tryout/boot camp is Oct. 1st for all 6th – 7th- and 8th grade students. Stop down in Student Services to pick up the informational sheet.

Please check the lost and found for any missing belongings. We will be donating any unclaimed items on Friday. The lost and found is on a table outside the cafeteria.

Attention Teachers, Please be sure to notify students in your 1st period class who have been nominated as Dazzle DAWGS for the month of September and remind them to attend the breakfast this Friday, September 28th, beginning at 8:05 AM. (You can refer to the list sent out on September 24th from Mrs. Carrano.) Students should check in with their 1st period teacher first for attendance purposes.

Tuesday, September 25

ROTOLOPALOOZA TICKETS GO ON SALE DURING LUNCHES STARTING THIS WEDNESDAY SEPT. 26th. What is Rotolopalooza? Rotoloalooza is a school-wide event, just for Rotolo students. Featuring …. Inflatables & Obstacle Courses, Dance and DJ, Teacher Dunk Tank, Bubble Soccer Tournament, Video Game Truck, Photo Booth, Concessions and More!
Tickets are just $15.00. Any 8th graders that purchase tickets get Skip-The-Line passes for the inflatables. Pick-up a Waivers in the Main Office, in Student Services, or at lunch. Bubble soccer team sign-ups will also be available.

Are you interested in Cheerleading? The first tryout/boot camp is Oct. 1st for all 6th – 7th- and 8th grade students. Stop down in Student Services to pick up the informational sheet.

Please check the lost and found for any missing belongings. We will be donating any unclaimed items on Friday. The lost and found is on a table outside the cafeteria.

Come join us for some FUN writing at the Creative Writing Club. Our 1st meeting will be Wednesday, September 26 right after school. Come by Mrs. Hubble’s room 224 to find out what it’s all about. We will meet every other Wednesday. Hope to see you there!!!

Attn bowlers!!! RMS Bowling Club will have it first meeting on Friday, September 28th. Meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 right after school. Bring $10 for bowling at Funway and snacks if you are interested. Beginners are welcome! Have your parents pick you up from Funway at 5. See you there!

 

 

Monday, September 24

Attn bowlers!!! RMS Bowling Club will have it first meeting on Friday, September 28th. Meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 right after school. Bring $10 for bowling at Funway and snacks if you are interested. Beginners are welcome! Have your parents pick you up from Funway at 5. See you there!

There is an NJHS Meeting on MONDAY, September 24th from 3:05 – 4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room. Please check the classroom for an updated meeting schedule and I will see you all there!

Come join us for some FUN writing at the Creative Writing Club. Our 1st meeting will be Wednesday, September 26 right after school. Come by Mrs. Hubble’s room 224 to find out what it’s all about. We will meet every other Wednesday. Hope to see you there!!!

Please check the lost and found for any missing belongings. We will be donating any unclaimed items on Friday. The lost and found is on a table outside the cafeteria.

Are you interested in Cheerleading? The first tryout/bootcamp is Oct. 1st for all 6th – 7th- and 8th grade students. Stop down in Student Services to pick up the informational sheet.

Friday, September 21

Attn bowlers!!! RMS Bowling Club will have it first meeting on Friday, September 28th. Meet in Mrs. Oswald’s room 111 right after school. Bring $10 for bowling at Funway and snacks if you are interested. Beginners are welcome! Have your parents pick you up from Funway at 5. See you there!

There is an NJHS Meeting on MONDAY, September 24th from 3:05 – 4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room. Please check the classroom for an updated meeting schedule and I will see you all there!

Who has RMS Reading Spirit? Mrs. Schulz’s ELA classes, that’s who! Check out their lockers and the books they love. Join in the competition and display your favorite books throughout the halls of RMS.

Come join us for some FUN writing at the Creative Writing Club. Our 1st meeting will be Wednesday, September 26 right after school. Come by Mrs. Hubble’s room 224 to find out what it’s all about. We will meet every other Wednesday. Hope to see you there!!!

 

Thursday, September 20

There is an NJHS Meeting on MONDAY, September 24th from 3:05 – 4 PM in Ms. Thornton’s room. Please check the classroom for an updated meeting schedule and I will see you all there!

Get ready to show some RMS school spirit! Student Council is sponsoring our first Spirit Week to match up with BHS Homecoming! Join in on the fun!
Monday 9/17: Color Wars
6th: Black
7th: Red
8th: Yellow/Gold

Tuesday 9/18: Class Themes
6th: Mismatch
7th: Crazy Socks
8th: Sports

Wednesday 9/19: USA Day

Thursday 9/20: Favorite College Football Team

Friday 9/21: Bulldog Pride Day!!

Wednesday, September 19

Get ready to show some RMS school spirit! Student Council is sponsoring our first Spirit Week to match up with BHS Homecoming! Join in on the fun!
Monday 9/17: Color Wars
6th: Black
7th: Red
8th: Yellow/Gold

Tuesday 9/18: Class Themes
6th: Mismatch
7th: Crazy Socks
8th: Sports

Wednesday 9/19: USA Day

Thursday 9/20: Favorite College Football Team

Friday 9/21: Bulldog Pride Day!!

What is the best part of Wired for Math? Maybe it is the private transportation – or maybe the chance to connect to the internet and work on assignments. It could be the awesome teachers that explain things so clearly. It might be delicious snacks we serve. It is so hard to choose. Come today to Wired for Math and decide for yourself. 3:00- 4:15 in room 105.

There will be a Cheer Leading Informational meeting on Thursday September 20th at 7:30 am in room 209. Cheer leading is for 6th, 7th and 8th grade students.

Tuesday, September 18

Any 8th grade boy interested in playing soccer on September 20 during Tri-City Soccer Night should contact Mr. O’Reilly to be added to the roster. All participants will receive a free BHS Soccer t-shirt and play at half time of the Batavia vs. Geneva soccer game.

Wired for Math is Back! Join us Wednesdays in Mrs. Lidyck’s room (105) from 3:00 – 4:15. Get some extra help with homework and build your math skills. Don’t have a ride after school? No problem. Wired for Math even has a shuttle bus.

Get ready to show some RMS school spirit! Student Council is sponsoring our first Spirit Week to match up with BHS Homecoming! Join in on the fun!
Monday 9/17: Color Wars
6th: Black
7th: Red
8th: Yellow/Gold

Tuesday 9/18: Class Themes
6th: Mismatch
7th: Crazy Socks
8th: Sports

Wednesday 9/19: USA Day

Thursday 9/20: Favorite College Football Team

Friday 9/21: Bulldog Pride Day!!

Hey RMS, do you have talent? Can you juggle, spin plates, sing, dance, perform magic tricks, tell jokes, play an instrument, ride a unicycle while juggling and singing? Are you a human contortionist, stand-up comic, or in a band? We are gearing up for this year’s All School Talent Show and we are looking for a wide variety of fun and exciting acts that will WOW a crowd. Whether you have a solo act or are a group we want to see your talent! Auditions are Monday September 17th and Tuesday September 18th in the cafeteria from 3:15 – 5:00. We hope to see you and your amazing talent there!!!!

Monday, September 17

Wired for Math is back! If you need extra help with your math or other homework or you want a way to connect to the internet to complete your assignments – join us on Wednesday for Wired for Math. Wednesdays from 3:00 to 4:15 in room 105.

Any 8th grade boy interested in playing soccer on September 20 during Tri-City Soccer Night should contact Mr. O’Reilly to be added to the roster. All participants will receive a free BHS Soccer t-shirt and play at half time of the Batavia vs. Geneva soccer game.

Hey RMS, do you have talent? Can you juggle, spin plates, sing, dance, perform magic tricks, tell jokes, play an instrument, ride a unicycle while juggling and singing? Are you a human contortionist, stand-up comic, or in a band? We are gearing up for this year’s All School Talent Show and we are looking for a wide variety of fun and exciting acts that will WOW a crowd. Whether you have a solo act or are a group we want to see your talent! Auditions are Monday September 17th and Tuesday September 18th in the cafeteria from 3:15 – 5:00. We hope to see you and your amazing talent there!!!!

Get ready to show some RMS school spirit! Student Council is sponsoring our first Spirit Week to match up with BHS Homecoming! Join in on the fun!
Monday 9/17: Color Wars
6th: Black
7th: Red
8th: Yellow/Gold

Tuesday 9/18: Class Themes
6th: Mismatch
7th: Crazy Socks
8th: Sports

Wednesday 9/19: USA Day

Thursday 9/20: Favorite College Football Team

Friday 9/21: Bulldog Pride Day!!

 

Students, do you love playing the Ukulele? If so, join Ukulele club. Ukulele Club meets on Tuesdays in the orchestra room from 3:15-4:15pm. Our first meeting is tomorrow after school. All skill levels are welcome! You must have a ukulele to join the club. See you tomorrow!

Congratulations to the RMS Cross Country Team! After competing at the Shorewood Troy Invitational against 60 other teams, they were named the overall meet champions! Individual teams did well with 6th grade girls finishing in 1st place, 6th grade boys finishing in 11th place, 7th grade girls finishing in 2nd place, 7th grade boys finishing in 5th place, 8th grade girls finishing in 9th place and 8th grade boys finishing in 1st place! Good luck in the meet against Kaneland tonight!

 

Friday, September 14

Anime Fans Rejoice! Anime Club starts today in room 212 from 3:00 to 4:30.

Get ready to show some RMS school spirit! Student Council is sponsoring our first Spirit Week to match up with BHS Homecoming! Join in on the fun!
MONDAY 9/17: Color Wars
6th: Black
7th: Red
8th: Yellow/Gold

TUESDAY 9/18: Class Themes
6th: Mismatch
7th: Crazy Socks
8th: Sports

WEDNESDAY 9/19: USA Day

THURSDAY 9/20: Favorite College Football Team

FRIDAY 9/21: Bulldog Pride Day!!

Hey RMS, do you have talent? Can you juggle, spin plates, sing, dance, perform magic tricks, tell jokes, play an instrument, ride a unicycle while juggling and singing? Are you a human contortionist, stand-up comic, or in a band? We are gearing up for this year’s All School Talent Show and we are looking for a wide variety of fun and exciting acts that will WOW a crowd. Whether you have a solo act or are a group we want to see your talent! Auditions are Monday September 17th and Tuesday September 18th in the cafeteria from 3:15 – 5:00. We hope to see you and your amazing talent there!!!!

Any 8th grade boy interested in playing soccer on September 20 during Tri-City Soccer Night should contact Mr. O’Reilly to be added to the roster. All participants will receive a free BHS Soccer t-shirt and play at half time of the Batavia vs. Geneva soccer game.

Thursday, September 13

Any 8th grade boy interested in playing soccer on September 20 during Tri-City Soccer Night should contact Mr. O’Reilly to be added to the roster. All participants will receive a free BHS Soccer t-shirt and play at half time of the Batavia vs. Geneva soccer game.

Hey RMS, do you have talent? Can you juggle, spin plates, sing, dance, perform magic tricks, tell jokes, play an instrument, ride a unicycle while juggling and singing? Are you a human contortionist, stand-up comic, or in a band? We are gearing up for this year’s All School Talent Show and we are looking for a wide variety of fun and exciting acts that will WOW a crowd. Whether you have a solo act or are a group we want to see your talent! Auditions are Monday September 17th and Tuesday September 18th in the cafeteria from 3:15 – 5:00. We hope to see you and your amazing talent there!!!!

Friday is Fabulous now that is it also FAB LAB DAY! Do you like to create, explore, invent, build or problem solve? Come to the LRC Fab Lab before school, after school or during your Xtime or lunch on Fridays. Get a pass from your Xtime teacher or from the LRC to attend. Try some fun challenges every Friday for FAB LAB FRIDAYS!

Breakfast Book Club will meet next Tuesday morning at 7:10am. Come and bring a friend, have breakfast and share book discussion! Please bring $5 for our first book. See Mrs. Cook for any questions!

Anime Fans! Rejoice…. Anime Club will start this Friday after school in room 212 … 3:00 to 4:30 pm.

Attention all Builders Club members AND new members! We will be meeting today in room 105 in the 7th grade wing. Looking forward to seeing all Builders Club members today in room 105 in the 7th grade wing. See you there!

Wednesday, September 12

Any 8th grade boy interested in playing soccer on September 20 during Tri-City Soccer Night should contact Mr. O’Reilly to be added to the roster. All participants will receive a free BHS Soccer t-shirt and play at half time of the Batavia vs. Geneva soccer game.

Wired for Math starts today!  So, if you could use a little help with your math or other homework or you need a way to connect to the internet to complete your assignments – join us on today for Wired for Math.  3:00 to 4:15 in room 105.

The RMS Engineering and Computer Club will meet for the first time this Wednesday at 3:15pm in room 001.
If you like to solve engineering problems or learn new things on the computer come and check it out.
Again, the Engineering and Computer Club will meet this Wednesday at 3:15pm in room 001 and will meet for the next 12 Wednesdays after that. See you there.

Friday is Fabulous now that is it also FAB LAB DAY! Do you like to create, explore, invent, build or problem solve? Come to the LRC Fab Lab before school, after school or during your Xtime or lunch on Fridays. Get a pass from your Xtime teacher or from the LRC to attend. Try some fun challenges every Friday for FAB LAB FRIDAYS!

Anime Fans! Rejoice…. Anime Club will start this Friday after school in room 212.. 3:00 to 4:30pm.

 

Congratulations to the 8th grade Gold A volleyball team on their victory against Geneva North yesterday. Way to go ladies, job well done!! Keep up the great effort and teamwork today against Wredling!

Student council will be meeting today from 3:05 until 3:55 in the LRC. Please bring your Chromebooks and a pencil. See you soon!

Hey RMS, do you have talent? Can you juggle, spin plates, sing, dance, perform magic tricks, tell jokes, play an instrument, ride a unicycle while juggling and singing? Are you a human contortionist, stand-up comic, or in a band? We are gearing up for this year’s All School Talent Show and we are looking for a wide variety of fun and exciting acts that will WOW a crowd. Whether you have a solo act or are a group we want to see your talent! Auditions are Monday September 17th and Tuesday September 18th in the cafeteria from 3:15 – 5:00. We hope to see you and your amazing talent there!!!!

Tuesday, September 11

Any 8th grade boy interested in playing soccer on September 20 during Tri-City Soccer Night should contact Mr. O’Reilly to be added to the roster. All participants will receive a free BHS Soccer t-shirt and play at half time of the Batavia vs. Geneva soccer game.

Attention all RMS Foodies… The RMS Foods club will have an organizational meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 11 from 3-3:45 in the Foods Room. Any questions, please contact Mrs. Powell. All are welcome!

There is an NJHS meeting on Tuesday, September 11th from 3-4 PM in room 029 (Ms. Thornton’s room). We’ll play some games and talk about the events of this year.

Are you looking for extra help with your math or other homework?  Do you need a way to connect to the internet to complete your assignments?  If you answered yes to either of those questions, then join us for Wired for Math..We will start meeting tomorrow!  That’s Wednesday from 3 to 4:15.  Bring your chromebook and your homework to room 105. Hope to see you there!  See Mrs. Carey, Mrs. Shaughnessy or Mrs. Lydick with any questions.

The RMS Engineering and Computer Club will meet for the first time this Wednesday at 3:15pm in room 001.
If you like to solve engineering problems or learn new things on the computer come and check it out.
Again, the Engineering and Computer Club will meet this Wednesday at 3:15pm in room 001 and will meet for the next 12 Wednesdays after that.

Hey RMS, do you have talent? Can you juggle, spin plates, sing, dance, perform magic tricks, tell jokes, play an instrument, ride a unicycle while juggling and singing? Are you a human contortionist, stand-up comic, or in a band? We are gearing up for this year’s All School Talent Show and we are looking for a wide variety of fun and exciting acts that will WOW a crowd. Whether you have a solo act or are a group we want to see your talent! Auditions are Monday September 17th and Tuesday September 18th in the cafeteria from 3:15 – 5:00. We hope to see you and your amazing talent there!!!!

 

Friday is Fabulous now that is it also FAB LAB DAY! Do you like to create, explore, invent, build or problem solve? Come to the LRC Fab Lab before school, after school or during your Xtime or lunch on Fridays. Get a pass from your Xtime teacher or from the LRC to attend. Try some fun challenges every Friday for FAB LAB FRIDAYS!

Anime Fans! Rejoice…. Anime Club will start this Friday after school in room 212
3 to 4:30.

September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance is the culmination of efforts, originally launched in 2002 that promotes community service on 9/11 as an annual and forward – looking tribute to the 9/11 victims, survivors, and those who rose up in service in response to the attacks.
As you go about the day you may find ways to help others and carry out acts of kindness.

Monday, September 10

Any 8th grade boy interested in playing soccer on September 20 during Tri-City Soccer Night should contact Mr. O’Reilly to be added to the roster. All participants will receive a free BHS Soccer t-shirt and play at half time of the Batavia vs. Geneva soccer game.

Attention all RMS Foodies… The RMS Foods club will have an organizational meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 11 from 3-3:45 in the Foods Room. Any questions, please contact Mrs. Powell. All are welcome!

There is an NJHS meeting on Tuesday, September 11th from 3-4 PM in room 029 (Ms. Thornton’s room). We’ll play some games and talk about the events of this year.

 

Do you need extra help in Math or other areas? Do you need a way to connect to the internet in order to finish your assignments?  If so Wired for Math is perfect for you.  Every Wednesday from 3:00 to 4:15, 

Mrs. Carey, Mrs. Shaughnessy and Mrs. Lydick will be available to help you out.  There is no need to sign up and no need to worry about arranging a ride home.  All you need to do is come to Mrs. Lydick’s room (105) on Wednesday after school ready to learn.  Bring your homework and chromebook.

 

The RMS Engineering and Computer Club will meet for the first time this Wednesday at 3:15pm in room 001.
If you like to solve engineering problems or learn new things on the computer come and check it out.
Again, the Engineering and Computer Club will meet this Wednesday at 3:15pm in room 001 and will meet for the next 12 Wednesdays after that.

See you there.

Hey RMS, do you have talent? Can you juggle, spin plates, sing, dance, perform magic tricks, tell jokes, play an instrument, ride a unicycle while juggling and singing? Are you a human contortionist, stand-up comic, or in a band? We are gearing up for this year’s All School Talent Show and we are looking for a wide variety of fun and exciting acts that will WOW a crowd. Whether you have a solo act or are a group we want to see your talent! Auditions are Monday September 17th and Tuesday September 18th in the cafeteria from 3:15 – 5:00. We hope to see you and your amazing talent there!!!!

 

Friday, September 7

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 leadership and collaboration skills on a regular basis. Members will 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 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 application no later than Friday, September 7th. Please contact Ms. Christopher or Mrs. Zimmerman for more details.

September is RMS Reading Spirit Month. Teachers and students work together to show your Reading Spirit! Decorate your classroom door with your favorite book, make book marks, or post social media about your favorite books. Be creative and let everyone know about your reading spirit.

Any 8th grade boy interested in playing soccer on September 20 during Tri-City Soccer Night should contact Mr. O’Reilly to be added to the roster. All participants will receive a free BHS Soccer t-shirt and play at half time of the Batavia vs. Geneva soccer game.

Attention all RMS Foodies… The RMS Foods club will have an organizational meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 11 from 3-3:45 in the Foods Room. Any questions, please contact Mrs. Powell. All are welcome!

There is an NJHS meeting on Tuesday, September 11th from 3-4 PM in room 029 (Ms. Thornton’s room). We’ll play some games and talk about the events of this year.

Congratulations to our RMS running bulldogs who had their second home cross country meet of the season last night against Geneva South! The lady runners crushed their competition with a perfect score of 15 to 50 and the boys also came out victorious with a nearly perfect score of 16 to 45! Keep up the great work!

 

Thursday, September 6

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 leadership and collaboration skills on a regular basis. Members will 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 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 application no later than Friday, September 7th. Please contact Ms. Christopher or Mrs. Zimmerman for more details.

September is RMS Reading Spirit Month. Teachers and students work together to show your Reading Spirit! Decorate your classroom door with your favorite book, make book marks, or post social media about your favorite books. Be creative and let everyone know about your reading spirit.

Any 8th grade boy interested in playing soccer on September 20 during Tri-City Soccer Night should contact Mr. O’Reilly to be added to the roster. All participants will receive a free BHS Soccer t-shirt and play at half time of the Batavia vs. Geneva soccer game.

Wednesday, September 5

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 leadership and collaboration skills on a regular basis. Members will 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 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 application no later than Friday, September 7th. Please contact Ms. Christopher or Mrs. Zimmerman for more details.

September is RMS Reading Spirit Month. Teachers and students work together to show your Reading Spirit! Decorate your classroom door with your favorite book, make book marks, or post social media about your favorite books. Be creative and let everyone know about your reading spirit.

Friday, August 31

Students and Staff, The lost and found has been placed outside of the main office doors. Items found throughout the building will be placed on either the table and/or the coat hanger. Items will be held here for one week and then removed at the end of each week.

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 leadership and collaboration skills on a regular basis. Members will 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 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 application no later than Friday, September 7th. Please contact Ms. Christopher or Mrs. Zimmerman for more details.

Thursday, August 30

Students and Staff, The lost and found has been placed outside of the main office doors. Items found throughout the building will be placed on either the table and/or the coat hanger. Items will be held here for one week and then removed at the end of each week.

Come and browse the book fair! Write up a wish list and give it to your parents to shop during Curriculum night! Do your wish list today!

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 leadership and collaboration skills on a regular basis. Members will 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 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 application no later than Friday, September 7th. Please contact Ms. Christopher or Mrs. Zimmerman for more details.

It was a perfect day for football yesterday! The Bulldogs started off their football season with a dominating win against Geneva. The defense set the tone for the game by stopping Geneva’s offense in a quick four and out and the offense took it from there. Great win Bulldogs!

 

Wednesday, August 29

Students and Staff, The lost and found has been placed outside of the main office doors. Items found throughout the building will be placed on either the table and/or the coat hanger. Items will be held here for one week and then removed at the end of each week.

The book fair is open! Write up a wish list and make sure your parents get it so they can shop tomorrow night!! Come and browse before school and after school to make a wishlist. The book fair will be open through september 6th.

“Attention all students – the yearbook informational meeting scheduled for today after school has been cancelled! Please go home after school. Repeat, there will be NO yearbook informational meeting today after school. The meeting will be rescheduled for a later date.”

 

Tuesday, August 28

Students and Staff, The lost and found has been placed outside of the main office doors. Items found throughout the building will be placed on either the table and/or the coat hanger. Items will be held here for one week and then removed at the end of each week.

RMS Breakfast Book Club will begin in September. Please sign up in the LRC if you are interested. We meet before school each third Tuesday of the month. Fun discussions, games, raffles and a great breakfast too! Our first book will be Restart by Gordon Korman! Sign up now in the LRC to get more information!

Summer Reading Logbook Raffle Winners. Come to LRC for Your Prize. 6th grade winners are John Kuharik, Connor Channon, Annabelle Severson, Samantha Scheck and Leah Fleasch . For 7th grade winners are LIbby Honn Hailey Adams, Gemma Cohen, Amelia Ernst, Kate DeGreve, and for 8th grade Olivia Parmalee, Jason Schindlbeck, Liam Kelly, Lauren Honn, Racherl Blanik, Emilie Channon, Terra Pierce, Leah Pierce, Zoe Fleasch, Laney Myers.

Monday, August 27

 

Students and Staff, The lost and found has been placed outside of the main office doors. Items found throughout the building will be placed on either the table and/or the coat hanger. Items will be held here for one week and then removed at the end of each week.

 

RMS Breakfast Book Club will begin in September. Please sign up in the LRC if you are interested. We meet before school each third Tuesday of the month. Fun discussions, games, raffles and a great breakfast too! Our first book will be Restart by Gordon Korman! Sign up now in the LRC to get more information!

 

Summer Reading Logbook Raffle Winners. Come to LRC for Your Prize. 6th grade winners are John Kuharik, Connor Channon, Annabelle Severson, Samantha Scheck and Leah Fleasch . For 7th grade winners are LIbby Honn Hailey Adams, Gemma Cohen, Amelia Ernst, Kate DeGreve, and for 8th grade Olivia Parmalee, Jason Schindlbeck, Liam Kelly, Lauren Honn, Racherl Blanik, Emilie Channon, Terra Pierce, Leah Pierce, Zoe Fleasch, Laney Myers.

 

This is your last chance! Are you CREATIVE? Do you ant something CHALLENGING to do? Do you like to have FUN? Come and find out is BATAVIA ROBOTICS is for you. Come to the last info meeting, Monday 7:00 pm in the All Purpose Room. This year’s challenge is out of this world. Programming, building, cool t-shirts and making new friends are just part of the excitement. Batavia Robotice is the hardest FUN you will have all year! Come and find out more, Monday at 7:00 pm. Bring your parents.

Friday, August 24

 

Students, Do you need to connect with someone in Student Services? We want to connect you with the Student Services Team. Just a friendly reminder to go to the Rotolo Middle School Homepage, Click on Students, and then Click on Student Services Check In. If you have trouble locating this link, please don’t hesitate to connect with one of your teachers or your grade level counselor.

The Book Fair is coming next Wednesday. It will be open from Aug. 29 to Sept.6. Please stop by in the morning and after school too! Teachers will have a special preview next Tuesday from 3-3:30.

Did you read this summer and fill out your logbook to record your time? Reading over the summer is so important and we want to reward you for keeping up your reading skills and filling out a logbook of time read. Anyone who turns in their logbook to the LRC by Friday will receive a treat coupon to the cafe! And some lucky logbooks will be picked in a raffle for other prizes! Raffle announced on Monday!! Get your logbooks in!

Congrats to the Cross Country Team! Last night our amazing team took on St. Charles Thompson. Both the boys and Girls teams were victorious! Way to kick off the season!

This is you last chance! Are you CREATIVE?  Do you want something CHALLENGING to do?  Do you like FUN?  Come and find out if BATAVIA ROBOTICS is for you.  Come to the last info meeting Monday 7:00 pm in the All Purpose Room.  This year’s challenge is out of this world.  Programming, building, cool t-shirts and making new friends are just part of the excitement.  Batavia Robotics is the hardest FUN you will have all year!  Come and find out more, Monday at 7:00pm.  Bring your parents.

Thursday, August 23

Students, Do you need to connect with someone in Student Services? We want to connect you with the Student Services Team. Just a friendly reminder to go to the Rotolo Middle School Homepage, Click on Students, and then Click on Student Services Check In. If you have trouble locating this link, please don’t hesitate to connect with one of your teachers or your grade level counselor.

The Book Fair is coming next Wednesday. It will be open from Aug. 29 to Sept.6. Please stop by in the morning and after school too! Teachers will have a special preview next Tuesday from 3-3:30.

Did you read this summer and fill out your logbook to record your time? Reading over the summer is so important and we want to reward you for keeping up your reading skills and filling out a logbook of time read. Anyone who turns in their logbook to the LRC by Friday will receive a treat coupon to the cafe! And some lucky logbooks will be picked in a raffle for other prizes! Raffle announced on Monday!! Get your logbooks in!

Wednesday, August 22

Do you enjoy helping others? Is community services important to you? Then Builders Club is for YOU! Builders club is the middle school version of K-kids at the elementary schools or Key club at the high school . ALL students are welcome to join. Please come to one of the informational meetings on Thursday, August 23rd at 7:30 in Student Services or after school at 3:00 in room 105 in the 7th grade wing. I hope to see you all there!

Students, Do you need to connect with someone in Student Services? We want to connect you with the Student Services Team. Just a friendly reminder to go to the Rotolo Middle School Homepage, Click on Students, and then Click on Student Services Check In. If you have trouble locating this link, please don’t hesitate to connect with one of your teachers or your grade level counselor.

The Book Fair is coming next Wednesday. It will be open from Aug. 29 to Sept.6. Please stop by in the morning and after school too! Teachers will have a special preview next Tuesday from 3-3:30.

 

RMS Breakfast Book Club will begin in September. Please sign up in the LRC if you are interested. We meet before school each third Tuesday of the month. Fun discussions, games, raffles and a great breakfast too! Our first book will be Restart by Gordon Korman! Sign up now in the LRC to get more information!

 

Tuesday, August 21

Do you enjoy helping others? Is community services important to you? Then Builders Club is for YOU! Builders club is the middle school version of K-kids at the elementary schools or Key club at the high school . ALL students are welcome to join. Please come to one of the informational meetings on Thursday, August 23rd at 7:30 in Student Services or after school at 3:00 in room 105 in the 7th grade wing. I hope to see you all there!

Students, Do you need to connect with someone in Student Services? We want to connect you with the Student Services Team. Just a friendly reminder to go to the Rotolo Middle School Homepage, Click on Students, and then Click on Student Services Check In. If you have trouble locating this link, please don’t hesitate to connect with one of your teachers or your grade level counselor.

RMS Breakfast Book Club will begin in September. Please sign up in the LRC if you are interested. We meet before school each third Tuesday of the month. Fun discussions, games, raffles and a great breakfast too! Our first book will be Restart by Gordon Korman! Sign up now in the LRC to get more information!

Monday, August 20

Do you enjoy helping others? Is community services important to you? Then Builders Club is for YOU! Builders club is the middle school version of K-kids at the elementary schools or Key club at the high school . ALL students are welcome to join. Please come to one of the informational meetings on Thursday, August 23rd at 7:30 in Student Services or after school at 3:00 in room 105 in the 7th grade wing. I hope to see you all there!

Students by 2:00 today, completely power down your Chromebook, turn it on and use it for the rest of the day. This will allow a new version of TestNav to be loaded on your Chromebook.

 

Friday, August 17

Are you CREATIVE? Do you want something CHALLENGING to do? Do you like to have FUN?
Come and find out if ROBOTICS is for you.
Come to one of the info meetings in the All-Purpose Room on either Friday at 7pm, Saturday at 1pm, or Sunday at 3pm.
This year’s challenge is out of this world.
Programming and building robots is awesome and FUN at the same time.
Flyers are posted around the school with the information about the Batavia Robotics info meetings.

Thursday, August 16

Are you CREATIVE? Do you want something CHALLENGING to do? Do you like to have FUN?
Come and find out if ROBOTICS is for you.
Come to one of the info meetings in the All-Purpose Room on either Friday at 7pm, Saturday at 1pm, or Sunday at 3pm.
This year’s challenge is out of this world.
Programming and building robots is awesome and FUN at the same time.
Flyers are posted around the school with the information about the Batavia Robotics info meetings.

Wednesday, August 15

8th Grade Principal Advisory Students have a meeting at the Gazebo outside the Multi-Purpose Room on Thursday during X-Time and Lunch.

Are you CREATIVE? Do you want something CHALLENGING to do? Do you like to have FUN?
Come and find out if ROBOTICS is for you.
Come to one of the info meetings in the All-Purpose Room on either Friday at 7pm, Saturday at 1pm, or Sunday at 3pm.
This year’s challenge is out of this world.
Programming and building robots is awesome and FUN at the same time.
Flyers are posted around the school with the information about the Batavia Robotics info meetings.