Facebook

RMS 8th graders produce 'Saturday Night Lost in Time'

Published on Sunday, May 25, 2014

Enlarge photo

The 8th grade Riverside Middle School students based their play on “Saturday Night Live” and added the element of time travel, creating “Saturday Night Lost in Time”.
 

Photo Submitted

The 8th grade Riverside Middle School students based their play on “Saturday Night Live” and added the element of time travel, creating “Saturday Night Lost in Time”.

 



Enlarge photo

Community businesses were invited to share with the students the basics of healthy living to help promote daily healthy choices at “A Healthy Royal Day” for 6th grade students.
 
 

Photo Submitted

Community businesses were invited to share with the students the basics of healthy living to help promote daily healthy choices at “A Healthy Royal Day” for 6th grade students.

 

 



Enlarge photo

Shane Obuszewski, Alex Riese, Fulton Garner, and Noah Ownbey demonstrated Newton's 3rd Law by designing their own

Photo submitted

Shane Obuszewski, Alex Riese, Fulton Garner, and Noah Ownbey demonstrated Newton's 3rd Law by designing their own "Newton Scooter" for Mrs. Crystal Garner's 8th grade science class at Riverside Middle School.

 

 



Enlarge photo

Makenzie Stewart, Melissa Medina, and Nicole Kaminski model their moon phase project which they donated to Mrs. Crystal Garner’s class to use as a teaching tool for future Riverside Middle School students.
 

Photo Submitted

Makenzie Stewart, Melissa Medina, and Nicole Kaminski model their moon phase project which they donated to Mrs. Crystal Garner’s class to use as a teaching tool for future Riverside Middle School students.

 



• Read RMS math team is superb

Eighth grade students at Riverside Middle School produced “Saturday Night Lost in Time”, an annual production of the drama department. Heidi Kurtz has been director of school’s drama for the past 10 years

The 8th graders have written their production from scratch, starting with an idea. This year, the students based their play on “Saturday Night Live” and added the element of time travel, creating “Saturday Night Lost in Time”.

• RMS hosted the inaugural “A Healthy Royal Day” for 6th grade students. As a preliminary event to their recent field trip to the Whitewater Center and its environmental program, RMS wanted to emphasize what it takes to be and stay healthy. Community businesses were invited to share with the students the basics of healthy living to help promote daily healthy choices.

Business participants included Earthfare, Greenville County Schools Nutrition Department, Dr. Lance Fogle (Orthodontist), Dr. Roger Harris (Dentist), Dr. Kennedy and Associates (Chiropractors), GNC and its Smoothie Truck and Fitness Instructor Jamie Owenby.

 

Share



Leave a Comment



Trending: Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, Obituaries, Chon Restaurant, Allen Bennett Hospital