• To all interested athletes. signups for second season sports is almost done. If you are a 6th, 7th, or 8th grade girl interested in playing Badminton or you are a 6th, 7th, or 8th grade boy interested in playing soccer, you can sign up at the attendance office. If you have any questions about either sport stop by portable 1 and see Mr. Mahendran.


  • If you want to learn how to design games, then the RMS Games Design club can help you! In this club you will learn how to use unity and other game making tools to create games with the help of other members in the club. This club will meet on Mondays and starts on October 15th, 2018.


  • Girls Who Code Launch meeting Thursday after school in Room 160 Doug Fir Pod from 2:45-3:45. Come and meet other likeminded students as we begin our adventures in coding.


  • CALLING ALL RMS ARTISTS – REFLECTIONS PROGRAM is HERE!! The Reflections Program is a National PTA and Washington State PTA cultural arts competition. The theme for our 2018-2019 National Reflections Competition is “Heroes Around Me”.    We want to see how well you can creatively interpret this theme.  You may submit your original entry in up to six art areas.  - Literature, Music Composition, Photography, Visual Arts, Film/Video and Choreography/Dance.  The deadline for submissions is October 30th. Kim Dearman, the Reflections Chair, will be here in the lobby tomorrow morning to answer your questions.  Show us your Artistic Genius!



This week we are talking about Ms. Jacobson-Ross’s College experience. Ms. Jacobson-Ross attended Pacific Northwest College of Art and Oregon College of Art and Craft both located in Portland, Oregon and Central Washington University located in Ellensburg. Ms. Jacobson-Ross has a Bachelor of Arts in Art Education. Ms. Jacobson-Ross’s most memorable academic experience was Learning how to throw on a potter’s wheel and hiking in the mountains with my plant ecology class. Interesting fact about Portland, Portland is home to the largest independent book store in the world, Powell’s City of Books. It has 1 million+ books and the only three-door elevator west of the Mississippi.



Be Kind, Be Honest, Be Proud. Be a Grizzly, Have a great day!