Reeths-Puffer Schools is in need of Guest Teachers and Guest Paraprofessionals. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a Guest Teacher or Guest Paraprofessional, please contact Rob Renes at email@example.com.
The polar vortex of 2019 got in our way last school year, but we are so happy to welcome Martin Lowenberg, a holocaust survivor, to the Rocket Center at RPHS at 6:30 on October 29th. We welcome the community to join us in an evening celebrating hope, resiliency, and empathy. Please mark your calendars to join us. Feel free to share the attached posters.
RISE UP was the theme of the RPMS Variety show and our students and community did not disappoint. Thank you to each performer for your vulnerability and willingness to put your talents on display. Thank you to our parents and Rocket City community for providing a safe and positive environment for our students where they can each RISE UP!
Reminder: Half Day Tomorrow 10/10/19.
Do you need help with trying to solve your Rubix Cube? No problem! A Rubix Cube solving machine was PRINTED in our tech lab using a 3-d printer. While we did not write the code, student get to see the code come to life and explore all things made possible by technology! https://youtu.be/YkUog9Z_Uts
Homecoming is a perfect day for a fight song flash mob from our band. Fire up ROCKETS!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCoLGjG6Gwc
Our power is back on. Staff and students did a great job of being flexible.
Science has proven that your brain can grow and change. It is also proven that that new pathways in your brain only develop by doing hard things-outside of your comfort zone. This is the message that our high school leaders brought to the middle school today when they partnered with 8th grade leaders to facilitate a growth mindset focused learning opportunity for the entire middle school.
Today, we would like you to meet Sunny. The job is important and luckily we have two therapy dogs that rotate the duties. The addition of the therapy dogs is part of a larger goal to continue to create a positive and safe school environment and culture so that we can help students realize their full potential. Thank you Sunny for the great service you provide! We will introduce you to Addie soon.
Well...this is a message about our amazing drum line AND growth mindset. We are not great videographers YET. With practice we will improve, but the sound and video are too great not to share. The video will also give you a great chance to stretch your neck as you watch it sideways. Every single day, our band puts in the work, has a growth mindset, and makes learning so visible. https://youtu.be/RZigMyTN_k8
RPMS welcomes our new students. We think RPMS is great and want to make sure our new students know about all of things that make Rocket City special. With the help of student leaders, Mrs. Mitchelson whips up a great breakfast and opportunity to connect and ask questions. To all new to RP....we are glad you are here and hope you have felt welcomed!
Half-day this Friday 9/20/19. The middle school will release at 10:53.
The message below was emailed to parents today. Please note that there is a half-day this Friday, September 20th. Dismissal is 10:53. Good Afternoon, We are off to an amazing start. Thank you for your partnership in making it great. Below are a few important announcements: We want to give you a heads up to check backpacks for two things. Any student that ordered school pictures at registration should have brought home their package last week or today. Also, 8th grade students should be bringing home an M-STEP score report from last year. We will send the seventh grade reports home as soon as we get them. Make Up Picture Day is September 24th. For any student not at registration or needing a retake, we will call them down throughout the morning. As we practice routines and procedures to start the year, we want to be certain your student is familiar with the safety routines in the building. We will be talking about fire drills, tornado drills, and also what to do if there is ever a threat in or around the building. Our procedures were developed with the support of local and national law enforcement and will always be taught in a supportive and developmentally appropriate way. We will be talking on Thursday and I wanted to give you a heads-up so you could have the conversation at home. In regards to school safety, we will also teach students how important it is to notice and report things around them that seem unsafe (no matter how small it may seem). Our goal is that students feel comfortable talking to an adult. We also teach students about an anonymous way to report called OK2SAY (click here) which is sponsored by the Michigan State Police Department. Our 8th grade student should be familiar, but we will be refreshing with all students this week. Feel free to check out Mrs. Mitchelson's video (here). Friday is our first half day- dismissal is 10:53. Have a great day. Go Rockets!
RPMS raised money today for Northside Vets and had a fun time doing it. Things got a little messy with our pies this morning, during lunch, and after school. The students did not hold back! Follow the link below for more details and MORE PHOTOS. Thank you to the student leaders, donors, volunteers to clean, and staff for jumping in to help support a deserving group. https://www.reeths-puffer.org/article/135759?org=rpms
Elementary Spanish Teachers Needed - If you are certified and interested in one of these positions or know someone who is, click on the following link http://bit.ly/2m86b9W
RPMS bathrooms got an inspiring makeover this summer thanks to the thinking and action of a few staff members. ......Be somebody who makes everybody feel like somebody! ........Real girls aren’t perfect. Perfect girls aren’t real!........ Be you bravely!..... Believe in yourself and you’re halfway there.......
RPMS Daily Schedule: Start (7:43) and End (2:38) Half Day Schedule: Start (7:43) and End (10:53)
School starts at 7:43 (bell at 7:38) and ends at 2:38!
Please join us for the OPEN HOUSE 2019 on Monday 9/9/19 from 6:30-8:00. Start in the gym for a welcome message and then have a chance to rotate to each classroom.
Have you ever read Harry Potter and wished you could play Quidditch? Well, now you have your chance! Muskegon County 4-H is offering a new sports club at Reeths Puffer Middle School: a 4-H Quidditch Club. Come out for six weeks of competitive & active fun with a sport that is a combination of lacrosse, rugby & dodgeball. We’ll provide the equipment, you bring your own snack, energy, and enthusiasm! Cost: $20.00 per youth, which will enroll them into the 4-H program for one year Dates & Times: Wednesday’s starting on 9/18 after school until 4:15 PM. The last practice will be 10/23. The first practice we will be meeting in the library. A match against Mona Shores Middle School will be on 10/25 at 3 PM. Location TBD! Contact Tonya Pell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 231-724-4739 to sign up today!
We can't wait to see you and your student today or tomorrow at registration. As a reminder, the times are listed below: August 21st 12-3:00 and 4-7:00 August 22nd 8-12:00 and 5-7:00 You can come and go any time during the listed times. Some students come back to try lockers multiple times! To order photos in advance or to view photo packages, go to: https://radiumphoto.simplephoto.com/prepay/38818220?code=A9C4F9D7A081EECE It is going to be a great year!
Open House: Monday, September 9th 6:30-8:00 Open House is a night for parents and teachers to connect and for parents and students to connect as they tour the school together.