Riverview Middle

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Welcome to Riverview Middle School

Our Mission: Riverview Middle School is committed to preparing all students to be future ready learners. 

Our Vision: RESPECT, PRIDE, SUCCESS

 




Upcoming dates: 
Oct. 8th- Fundraising start date - Recipes in a Jar
Oct. 12th - Thanksgiving Monday, No school for staff and students
Oct. 23rd- Last day for Recipes in a Jar orders
Oct. 29th- RMS Picture Retakes
Oct. 30th- Professional Learning Day for staff- no school for students

Nov. 11th- Remembrance Day- No school for staff and students 
Nov. 20th- Professional Learning Day for Staff- No school for students 



Good Morning RMS Families,

A few updates for the last week of October, 2020

School Pictures

Picture Re-Takes are on Thursday October 29th

School Clothing

RMS Clothing is now on sale. Attached is a list of prices, there is a separate page for our Grade 8’s as they are customized with the names of all the grade 8 students. This year we have added school masks to our order form. All orders must be made through School Cash Online. The last day to order is November 6th, to ensure items will be delivered by Christmas.

Grade 8 Clothing RMS Clothing 

No School-October 30th

A friendly reminder there is no school for students on Friday October 30th as it is a Professional Learning Day for all staff.

Community Support at RMS

This week, we received two new additions to our school:

  • Our long-awaited bike racks have arrived. They are located on the front bus pad. We encourage all students to walk or bike to school if they can. Thank-You to the Town of Riverview, last year we reached out to the Town of Riverview regarding the need for bike racks. The Town of Riverview made a donation to the school to help cover part of the cost for the much-needed bike racks.
  • Thank-You to the Rotary Club of Moncton for the installation of the Little Free Library®. This past week a Little Free Library was installed on the front step of RMS, at the Devere Road entrance. The Riverview Community, our students, staff, and families are encouraged to visit the Library and “Take a Book, Return a Book”. The Rotary Club of Moncton wants to improve access to books and increase literacy awareness in our community. Each unit will have an official charter number issued by the Little Free Library® organization and will be included on their global list of libraries.

Meet the Staff

The fantastic staff at RMS compiled a small video to introduce themselves and the important role they play at Riverview Middle School. Please click the virtual “Meet the Staff’ link below.

https://youtu.be/FmfD4g7Tbb8

Thank-You to all our RMS Families for your continued support. We appreciate the emails and phone calls that we have been receiving with your kind words of encouragement.

Have a great week,

K. Plume-Marr

Principal

Riverview Middle School​ 




Oct. 7th, 2020 

RMS Families,

Our first fundraiser of the school year will be launched on Oct 8th.  The RECIPES IN A JAR fundraiser will run  from Oct. 8th  to Oct. 23rd, 2020. This year, purchases will be made online only by following the link below : riverviewmiddle.recipesinajar.ca/ The success of last year’s fundraiser and feedback about the recipes in a jar products were so positive that we are excited to partner with the company again.  What we are most excited about, is that we have partnered with a socially responsible fundraising company. For every jar sold, one meal will be donated to the lunch program. Last year RMS was recognized for their contribution of 1842 meals donated to local food banks. This is a great initiative to help support RMS while also supporting our community and local food banks.

Attached is the Flyer that you can share with family members or friends to promote the school fundraiser. This is a no contact fundraiser and all orders are to be placed online.

RiverviewMiddle_2020 Campaign Letter.pdf 

 Dates to remember:

 Oct. 8th :Launch of campaign – online order form is open!  Link- riverviewmiddle.recipesinajar.ca/

Oct. 23rd :Last day for orders

Mid- November :Distribution and pick up date to be determined

The link below is for October Newsletter

r Newsletter

If you have additional questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the school at 856-3449.

Thank you for your continued support.

Ms. K. Plume-Marr and  Mrs. Kenny

 

RMS UPDATE -September 24th, 2020

Immunization Forms

Immunization Forms that were sent home to grade 7 students earlier in the week, need to be returned no later than Monday September 28th to Homeroom Teachers.


Cafeteria 

Please make sure all orders are in by 7:45 am and the students homeroom class is clearly indicated.

In the event of an unexpected school closure, the funds for that day’s order will automatically be refunded.

In the event your child is out sick, the order will only be refunded if the cafeteria is made aware before 8:30am on the same day. Please contact the school at 865-3449, to let office know you have placed an order with the cafeteria, your child is out sick and will not require a meal to be prepared.

PSSC

We are seeking members for our Parent School Support Committee (PSSC). A Parent School Support Committee ensures that the parent voice is heard in setting education priorities and planning for improvements in our school.  The committee addresses broad issues related to the education of all children in the school, with the goal of enhancing student learning. We have many returning members, each year we look forward to welcoming new members to our committee. If you are interested in becoming a member, please send an email to Kim.marr@nbed.nb.ca stating your interest by Friday October 2nd, 2020.

Meet the Staff

Each year we host a Meet the Staff night. Unfortunately, for the 20-21 school year, due to Covid-19 regulations, we will not be hosting an in person Meet the Staff night. We are currently working on a virtual Meet the Staff video, with brief introductions of all our staff. This will be emailed to you in the coming weeks.

Guidance Referrals

In order to meet the diverse needs of students, Individual and Group Counselling services will be provided at RMS school: Group Counselling provides a safe and accepting environment to learn and to practice new skills as well as to receive the support of others while participating. Individual Counselling is a responsive service in which we seek to meet the student's immediate needs and concerns. Parents can refer their child, by simply clicking the link below. Please note: Students will be prioritized according to need. The link can also be found on the school  website.

RMS Guidance Referral Form​


Illness

We want to ensure you are receiving consistent messaging regarding student illness. Below is an excerpt from information that can be found on the GNB Website in the Return to School Plan.

Those who have two or more symptoms of COVID-19 must stay home and contact 811 to determine whether COVID-19 testing is required. If COVID-19 testing is required, individuals must follow Public Health advice for returning to school. If testing is not required, they can return once fever (with no medications) and other symptoms have been resolved for 24 hours or if they have been directed to do so by a health care professional. If tested, Public Health will inform the individual or parent (when a student is involved) when isolation may be lifted. 

 

Thank-You for your continuous support and modelling of positivity and kindness with our students and staff during these unprecedented times.

Please contact the school should you have any questions.

 

Have a great evening,

K. Plume-Marr

Principal

Riverview Middle School​


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