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Anne Frank Exhibit coming to RMS

Published on Thursday, February 27, 2014

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Anne Frank, A History for Today, the traveling exhibit from the Anne Frank museum, will be at Riverside Middle School Feb. 18-March 28.

Anne Frank, A History for Today, the traveling exhibit from the Anne Frank museum, will be at Riverside Middle School Feb. 18-March 28.



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All RMS 8th-grade students recently toured and explored the various program offerings at the J. Harley Bonds Career Center.

All RMS 8th-grade students recently toured and explored the various program offerings at the J. Harley Bonds Career Center.



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Carson Chapman, Cameron Dankel, and Cailey Moore represented the Country of Mali at Riverside Middle School's Model UN Festival of Nations.

Carson Chapman, Cameron Dankel, and Cailey Moore represented the Country of Mali at Riverside Middle School's Model UN Festival of Nations.



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Andrew De Vito is pictured after he voting in the S.C. Junior Book Award selection.

Andrew De Vito is pictured after he voting in the S.C. Junior Book Award selection.



Anne Frank, A History for Today, the traveling exhibit from the Anne Frank museum, will be at Riverside Middle School Feb. 18-March 28. The exhibit will be open to schools for field trips March 11-28 and to the public March 15-27 during select hours.

Seventh- and eighth-grade RMS students  participated in and successfully completed docent training for the upcoming exhibit. 

Visit www.greenville.k12.sc.us/rms/ for more information and times. Contact Mary Higgins at RMS to schedule a field trip at 355-7902. A donation of $1 per person is requested. 

Zaxby's hosting Spirit Night

Zaxby’s on Batesville Road is hosting Spirit Night for Riverside Middle School on Tuesday, March 4, from 5-8 p.m.

It's time for baseball, softball 

 RMS Baseball and Softball is getting ready to begin. The first game will be RMS vs. Beck on Monday, March 10 at Riverside Middle School. Games begin at 5 pm. 

Soccer season begins March 11

The first game of the RMS soccer season will be RMS vs. Beck on Tuesday, March 11 at Beck Middle School. Games begin at 4:30 pm


Eighth-graders tour J. Harley Bonds Career Center

All RMS 8th-grade students toured and explored the various program offerings at the J. Harley Bonds Career Center on February 19. 

Festival of Nations

Carson Chapman, Cameron Dankel, and Cailey Moore represented the Country of Mali at Riverside Middle School's Model UN Festival of Nations.

GE engineers visit math classes

RMS recently celebrated National Engineering Week. GE Engineers came to math classes to share their careers with students and tied in activities that they use in the workplace to what the students are learning in their math classes. 

Band students qualify for All-County Band

The following RMS Band Students qualified by audition for the Greenville All-County Band and will attend a clinic on Feb. 28 at Riverside High School: Briana Marler, Katie Childers, Rachel Corron, Colette Romp, Akilah Abdullah, Elyse Hartzog, Jake Woodman, Jordan Drewello, Alex Riese, Natalie Boulos, Chase Blackwell, Annalie King, Michael Schnee, Tyler Gillespie, Jack Nolen and Brendan Smith.

Students participate in Junior Book Award election

Riverside Middle School students read successfully completed interviews on at least three of the 20 S.C. Junior Book Award titles this year. These students participated in a statewide election where they voted for their favorite title of the books that they read to determine the winning state book for middle schools. Conway Belangia from the Greenville County Election Commission came and spoke to the students. 

Participating students:
6th-grade: Jesse Crowley and William Denton
7th-grade: Andrew DeVito, Jennifer He, Kyle Jackson, Meredith Jones, Lea Neufeld,  Mishri Patel, Aumkar Renevikar and Jesus Torres
8th-grade: Tori Heiser-Whatley

Science Fair winners

Several Riverside Middle School students were Science Fair winners. First place winners for each grade level were: 
6th grade: Makayla Gilland
7th grade: Andrew Stokes
8th grade: Sweta Mandilwar
2nd-place winner: Sooruj Bhatia, who also received the "Best In Show" award
3rd-place winners: Amaya Shurick and Bailey Shibler

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