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RMS student creates art projects with eye to the future

Published on Thursday, March 27, 2014

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Brian Ramirez Antonio enjoys building art projects with his dad. His career goal is to become an artist.

Brian Ramirez Antonio enjoys building art projects with his dad. His career goal is to become an artist.



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Students collaborate to finalize their responses for the volume of solids that changed dimensions.

Students collaborate to finalize their responses for the volume of solids that changed dimensions.



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Crystal Garner’s eighth-grade science student, Josie Allen, walks toward a CBR (Calculator Base Ranger) motion detector attached to a graphing calculator to create a plot that matches a desired graph on her paper. 

Crystal Garner’s eighth-grade science student, Josie Allen, walks toward a CBR (Calculator Base Ranger) motion detector attached to a graphing calculator to create a plot that matches a desired graph on her paper. 



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Crystal Garner’s eighth-grade Science students model seasons using a CBL (Computer Based Laboratory) and a graphing calculator. 

Crystal Garner’s eighth-grade Science students model seasons using a CBL (Computer Based Laboratory) and a graphing calculator. 



RMS students Brian Ramirez Antonio is a sixth-grade student at Riverside Middle School who wants to be an artist when he grows up. He enjoys checking out library books on a wide variety of topics to get ideas for his creations that he enjoys building with his dad.

The castle that Brian built was his most difficult project because he said it was hard to cut and fit everything together. Among his works on display are, "Greek Amphitheater," "Medieval Amphitheater," "Knight’s Helmet," "Christmas House" and "Trojan Horse."

iMOVE Run/Walk is May 3

The 4th Annual iMOVE 5K Run / Walk will be May 3. Check-in will be at 8 a.m., pre-race warm up at 8:30 a.m. and the start of the race/walk at 9 a.m.

All of the proceeds will be donated to Let There Be Mom and Palmetto Animal Assisted Life Services (PAALS).

For more information, visit the RMS website.

Baseball games next week

RMS' next baseball games will be RMS vs. Greer on Monday, March 31 at Greer Middle School and RMS vs. Blue Ridge on Thursday, April 3 at Blue Ridge Middle School. Games begin at 5 p.m.

Soccer games next week

RMS' next soccer games will be RMS vs. Greer on Monday, March 31 at Greer Middle School and RMS vs. Blue Ridge on Thursday, April 3 at Riverside Middle School. Games begin at 4:30 p.m.

Science, technology, engineering and math

RMS Science classes have been demonstrating examples of STEM aka Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. April Haynes’ eighth-grade Math students are using the self-paced feature of the Promethean ActivExpressions.

Coffee with Counselors set for April 8

On April 8, RMS presents Coffee with the Counselors -- To High School and Beyond at 8:45-9:45a.m. in the media center. Counselors from area high schools share tips for helping students transition smoothly into high school.

They will be addressing topics such as the difference between CP, Honors, AP, and IB classes; a typical day in their high school; graduation requirements; how to communicate with your child's teachers, and more.

Scholastic Book Fair March 31-April 4

The Library at Riverside Middle School will host a Scholastic Book Fair March 31-April 4. Parents and grandparents are welcome to shop from 7:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day. Cash, checks, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover will be accepted.

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