RMS Principal's Report for Jan. 22, 2020
By Cameron Jackson, Russellville Middle School Principal


Posted on January 22, 2020 10:21 AM



RHS and RMS to Participate in MLK Unity Walk

On Monday, Jan. 27, RHS JR Students and RMS Students will join with students from Logan County to participate in a MLK Unity Walk in downtown Russellville. RHS Juniors will be receiving a letter home with further information regarding the Walk.

Cyber Safety for All - Don’t Miss Out!

On Thursday night, Jan. 30, in the R21C Main Room at 6 p.m.,all RISD parents of

students in grades P-12 are welcome to come hear about how to take steps to ensure that your child is as safe as possible in today’s internet age. Also, learn how to monitor your child’s cyber activity more effectively. This program will be presented jointly by the RISD Family Resources and Youth Services and the Russellville Police Department.

IMPORTANT - Clothing Needs Give-away

On Monday, Jan. 27, from 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. in the Trailer located directly below Rhea Stadium (football stadium), there will be a massive clothing give-away. Clothes in all sizesranging from small children’s sizes to Adult XXL. For more information, contact Mrs. DebbieBrowder at (270) 726-4799 or email her at debbie.browder@russellville.kyschools.us

Student Writing - The PawPrint Website and Newspaper

RHS is home to some immensely talented young people and one place you may see this talent on display is the school’s Student Newspaper, The PawPrint. This publication, which is headed by National Board Certified English teacher Jennifer Howard, combines the art of print journalism with the ever growing demand for online presence in reporting. Students learn how to interview, edit, and craft some of the best news articles and opinion pieces that may be found in Kentucky. Articles focus on topics of interest to the students of RHS and RMS and are designed to touch on the major aspects of teenage life at RHS and in general. Take a moment and see the work of many of the students who have helped to make RHS one of KY’s top 50 High Schools.

To access the RHS Paw Print go to http://rhsnews.russellville.kyschools.us/

No Child Should Be Cold!

With the temperatures dropping it’s the season for warm clothing. No child should be without warm clothes for the winter and the RHS and RMS Family Resource Center is here to make sure that doesn’t happen. If you have a child or know of a child in need of warm clothing such as long pants, long sleeve shirts, jackets, or footwear, please do not hesitate to contact RJSHS FRYSC Coordinator Debbie Browder by email at

Debbie.Browder@russellville.kyschools.us or you may call her at (270) 726-4799

At Home (Parent Engagement)

At RMS, all teachers place their Lesson Plans for the week online. This allows you to see exactly what is happening in their classes each day. You may access these plans online by following the following steps:

- Go to the RMS Website

- Click on the Staff Directory Tab

- Click on “Search” to get a full list of all RMS Faculty

- Find your child’s teacher’s name

- On the FAR RIGHT of the screen, click on “VIEW MORE” for that teacher

- Click on the section, “See what we are doing this week in class

Important Upcoming Dates for RMS

1/22-1/24 GROW Day

1/28-2/4 Standard Review Assessment (Mini Cornerstone)

2/3 No School for Students - District Data Day - a Required day for all Certified Staff

2/4 - 2/7 Basketball Homecoming Week -

2/5 Midterm Progress Reports Sent Home

2/5 SBDM meeting in the R21C 3:30 pm

2/7 RMS Winter Sports Pep Rally

2/4 - 2/7 Parent-Teacher Call-a-Thon

2/10 Parent Engagement Night 5-7 pm

2/12-2/14 Grow Day #2

2/14 No School - SNOW Make-up Day #1

2/17 No School - Presidents Day

2/18 RISD Board Meeting, Central Office, 6 pm

2/24-2/25 STAR Progress Monitoring - ELA & Math

3/3 - 3/4 RMS 3rd Quarter Cornerstone Assessments

3/4 SBDM R21C 3:30 PM

3/10 End of the 3rd Quarter

Hope you have a great week and remember that you can always email me with suggestions at Cameron.jackson@russellville.kyschools.us.




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