Regional Spelling Bee Winner
6th Grader, Lloyd Bonds
REMMS student Lloyd Bonds will be competing at the 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee which will take place on May 27, 28 and 29. On Wednesday, May 28: The spellers will compete in front of an audience for the first time. The onstage portion of the preliminaries, which will be broadcast live on ESPN3, start at 8:00 a.m. At approximately 5:00 p.m., the Semifinalists will be announced. On Thursday, May 29: ESPN2 will broadcast the Semifinals from 10:00 a.m. to approximately 1:00 p.m. And on ESPN from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., the Championship Finals will be broadcast. spellingbee.com has additional information.
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Congratulations Holly Havenstein!
REMMS' Teacher of the Year.
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Parents and students may access grades. The site allows you to set up an account for your child only with information supplied to you from the school. With this account you can check on grades at any time.
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Reading Counts was a huge success in 2012-2013.
Over 30 trophies given.
Special thanks to all who donated including Carver Alumni Association.
CAA has agreed to again for 2013-2014!
You helped make it happen.
Lets Do It Again, Panthers!
Reading Counts! at REMMS
"The more you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”
–– Dr. Suess
In order to promote independent reading as a part of our balanced literacy program at REMMS, all students are required to participate in the Reading Counts incentive program and will receive a grade for participation and completion. For the 3rd nine weeks, students must earn 25 points in order to receive a 100% project grade in their ELA class (click for grading rubrics).
In order to qualify for the school-wide incentive, students must also meet the following requirements in addition to earning 25 points: read at least four chapter books on or above their Lexile level and maintain a 80% (or higher) average on the Reading Counts tests.
*Please note: the ELA project grade for the nine weeks is based solely on the amount of Reading Counts points earned. The students' eligibility for the school-wide incentive is based on the number of points earned, in addition to the number of Lexile-appropriate chapter books read, and the testing average.
**Deadline: March 24
Jr. Beta Club News
REMMS is now a Box Tops School.
Bring yours in...Beta Club is collecting!
Used printer cartridge recycling
is also a Beta project this year
Look for more on our club page.
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