Daily Announcements

3/18 Announcements:

  1. This announcement is for 8th graders.  All 8th graders received a list of the classes you chose for 9th grade.  You are able to make changes until Friday, March 22nd. Any change must include a parent signature and should be returned to Ms. Jeffery in the office.  If you do not wish to make changes, you do not need to return your paper. These instructions are also on the bottom of your paper. Please contact Ms. Jeffery with any questions.

  2. RMS BOGO Book fair week is this week March 18-22!

  3. Ross High School’s presents Disney's High School Musical: Tickets are now on sale for the Ross High School Spring production of Disney's High School Musical, running April 11-13 @ 7pm and April 14 @ 2pm (with sign language interpretation)! Tickets are $10/Adults, $5 Student/Staff. Pre-order to get the best seats - order forms available at the high school front desk!

  4. Second Annual Adult Easter Egg Hunt to benefit the Ross High School Rambotics Team on Saturday, April 6th. Fun starts at 6 pm with registration, food and entertainment. Egg Hunts begin at 7pm sharp. Four egg hunts feature a mass start where participants gather as many eggs as possible.  Some eggs will have numbers inside them to exchange for great prizes! Questions, to donate prizes or volunteer? (513) 608-0759.

  5. World Down Syndrome Day is 3/21/19 - Please join RMS in supporting our friends with down syndrome by wearing crazy socks on the 21st!!

  6. The next Science Club Meeting will be this Tuesday from 2:50 to 3:50 in room 201.

3/15 Announcements:

  1. This announcement is for 8th graders.  All 8th graders received a list of the classes you chose for 9th grade.  You are able to make changes until Friday, March 22nd. Any change must include a parent signature and should be returned to Ms. Jeffery in the office.  If you do not wish to make changes, you do not need to return your paper. These instructions are also on the bottom of your paper. Please contact Ms. Jeffery with any questions.

  2. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is next week, March 18-22!

  3. Ross High School’s presents Disney's High School Musical: Tickets are now on sale for the Ross High School Spring production of Disney's High School Musical, running April 11-13 @ 7pm and April 14 @ 2pm (with sign language interpretation)! Tickets are $10/Adults, $5 Student/Staff. Pre-order to get the best seats - order forms available at the high school front desk!

3/14 Announcements:

  1. This announcement is for 8th graders.  All 8th graders received a list of the classes you chose for 9th grade.  You are able to make changes until Friday, March 22nd. Any change must include a parent signature and should be returned to Ms. Jeffery in the office.  If you do not wish to make changes, you do not need to return your paper. These instructions are also on the bottom of your paper. Please contact Ms. Jeffery with any questions.

  2. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is March 18-22!

  3. Ross High School’s presents Disney's High School Musical: Tickets are now on sale for the Ross High School Spring production of Disney's High School Musical, running April 11-13 @ 7pm and April 14 @ 2pm (with sign language interpretation)! Tickets are $10/Adults, $5 Student/Staff. Pre-order to get the best seats - order forms available at the high school front desk!

3/13 Announcements:

  1. This announcement is for 8th graders.  All 8th graders received a list of the classes you chose for 9th grade.  You are able to make changes until Friday, March 22nd. Any change must include a parent signature and should be returned to Ms. Jeffery in the office.  If you do not wish to make changes, you do not need to return your paper. These instructions are also on the bottom of your paper. Please contact Ms. Jeffery with any questions.

  2. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is March 18-22!

  3. Spring pictures are scheduled for TODAY Wednesday, March 13th! Please follow the schedule shared with teachers earlier this week.

3/12 Announcements:

  1. This announcement is for 8th graders.  All 8th graders received a list of the classes you chose for 9th grade.  You are able to make changes until Friday, March 22nd. Any change must include a parent signature and should be returned to Ms. Jeffery in the office.  If you do not wish to make changes, you do not need to return your paper. These instructions are also on the bottom of your paper. Please contact Ms. Jeffery with any questions.

  2. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is March 18-22!

  3. The start of the 4th quarter is TODAY!

  4. 5-8 choir students will be going over to the high school today and tomorrow to practice for their concert on Tuesday evening. Students, please bring your quotes and arrive promptly to choir. The concert is open to the public and features themes and parodies from some of your favorite video games! 5-8th grade choir will be perform at 6:30 and 7th/8th grade choir choir will perform at 7:30.

  5. There will be no 5th or 6th grade band Monday and Tuesday due to the full choir rehearsals for their concert. Please check Schoology for your updated schedule for the week!

  6. Spring pictures are scheduled for this Wednesday, March 13th!

3/11 Announcements:

  1. This announcement is for 8th graders.  All 8th graders received a list of the classes you chose for 9th grade.  You are able to make changes until Friday, March 22nd. Any change must include a parent signature and should be returned to Ms. Jeffery in the office.  If you do not wish to make changes, you do not need to return your paper. These instructions are also on the bottom of your paper. Please contact Ms. Jeffery with any questions.

  2. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is March 18-22!

  3. The start of the 4th quarter is TODAY!

  4. 5-8 choir students will be going over to the high school today and tomorrow to practice for their concert on Tuesday evening. Students, please bring your quotes and arrive promptly to choir. The concert is open to the public and features themes and parodies from some of your favorite video games! 5-8th grade choir will be perform at 6:30 and 7th/8th grade choir choir will perform at 7:30.

  5. There will be no 5th or 6th grade band Monday and Tuesday due to the full choir rehearsals for their concert. Please check Schoology for your updated schedule for the week!

  6. Spring pictures are scheduled for this Wednesday, March 13th!

3/8 Announcements:

  1. This announcement is for 8th graders.  All 8th graders received a list of the classes you chose for 9th grade.  You are able to make changes until Friday, March 22nd. Any change must include a parent signature and should be returned to Ms. Jeffery in the office.  If you do not wish to make changes, you do not need to return your paper. These instructions are also on the bottom of your paper. Please contact Ms. Jeffery with any questions.

  2. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is March 18-22!

  3. Congratulations to the 7th & 8th grade band on another AWESOME concert last night! You are all definitely The Greatest Showmen!

  4. The end of the 3rd quarter is TODAY!

  5. Don’t forget to “Spring Forward!” 1 hour this weekend as Daylight Savings Time begins!

  6. Spring pictures are scheduled for Wednesday, March 13th!

3/7 Announcements:

  1. This announcement is for 8th graders.  All 8th graders received a list of the classes you chose for 9th grade.  You are able to make changes until Friday, March 22nd. Any change must include a parent signature and should be returned to Ms. Jeffery in the office.  If you do not wish to make changes, you do not need to return your paper. These instructions are also on the bottom of your paper. Please contact Ms. Jeffery with any questions.

  2. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is March 18-22!

  3. The end of the 3rd quarter is this Friday, March 8!

  4. Ladies and Gentlemen! Boys and Girls! Come one, come all to see the Greatest Show on Earth!! The 7/8 grade band will be performing a concert on TONIGHT at 7pm at Ross High School featuring music from the movie The Greatest Showman! Come on out to see the ringmasters, the bearded lady, the circus animals and some rare and unusual talents from our band members. The concert is free!

  5. Good luck to Cooper Burt and Connor Bennett, two of our 6th grade student-athletes, who will be competing at the USA Swimming Junior Olympics this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at The Ohio State University.  Good luck!!!!!!

3/6 Announcements:

  1. This announcement is for 8th graders.  All 8th graders received a list of the classes you chose for 9th grade.  You are able to make changes until Friday, March 22nd. Any change must include a parent signature and should be returned to Ms. Jeffery in the office.  If you do not wish to make changes, you do not need to return your paper. These instructions are also on the bottom of your paper. Please contact Ms. Jeffery with any questions.

  2. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is March 18-22!

  3. Chess Club will meet this Wednesday, March 6th (TONIGHT). Note the location change!!  Please come to Mrs. Griffith's room 301 from 2:50-3:50. I hope to see you then!

  4. The end of the 3rd quarter is this Friday, March 8!

  5. Ladies and Gentlemen! Boys and Girls! Come one, come all to see the Greatest Show on Earth!! The 7/8 grade band will be performing a concert on Thursday night at 7pm at Ross High School featuring music from the movie The Greatest Showman! Come on out to see the ringmasters, the bearded lady, the circus animals and some rare and unusual talents from our band members. The concert is free!

3/5 Announcements:

  1. This announcement is for 8th graders.  All 8th graders received a list of the classes you chose for 9th grade.  You are able to make changes until Friday, March 22nd. Any change must include a parent signature and should be returned to Ms. Jeffery in the office.  If you do not wish to make changes, you do not need to return your paper. These instructions are also on the bottom of your paper. Please contact Ms. Jeffery with any questions.

  2. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is March 18-22!

  3. Book Club members - your next meeting is on Tuesday, March 5

  4. Chess Club will meet this Wednesday, March 6th. Note the location change!!  Please come to Mrs. Griffith's room 301 from 2:50-3:50. I hope to see you then!

  5. There WILL be track practice today..  It will be held INSIDE and end at 4:15.  You MUST have your physical turned in in order to practice, no exceptions. Please see Mr. R or the track coaches if you have questions.

  6. The end of the 3rd quarter is this Friday, March 8!

3/1 Announcements:

  1. Attention 8th grade girl soccer players!  There will be a meeting for HS soccer on March 4th at 7pm in the RHS Cafeteria.  Please attend if you are planning on trying out for HS soccer.

  2. This announcement is for 8th graders.  On Wednesday, 2/27 in homeroom, everyone received a list of the classes you chose for 9th grade.  You are able to make changes until Friday, March 22nd. Any change must include a parent signature and should be returned to Ms. Jeffery in the office.  If you do not wish to make changes, you do not need to return your paper. These instructions are also on the bottom of your paper. Please contact Ms. Jeffery with any questions.

  3. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is March 18-22!

  4. Book Club members - your next meeting is on Tuesday, March 5

  5. The Library will be closed this morning from 8:30-12:00. Speak with your teachers regarding any needs.

2/28 Announcements:

  1. Attention 8th grade girl soccer players!  There will be a meeting for HS soccer on March 4th at 7pm in the RHS Cafeteria.  Please attend if you are planning on trying out for HS soccer.

  2. This announcement is for 8th graders.  Today in homeroom, everyone will be receiving a list of the classes you chose for 9th grade.  You are able to make changes until Friday, March 22nd. Any change must include a parent signature and should be returned to Ms. Jeffery in the office.  If you do not wish to make changes, you do not need to return your paper. These instructions are also on the bottom of your paper. Please contact Ms. Jeffery with any questions.

  3. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is March 18-22!

  4. Students - many of you have heard of the “Momo Challenge”. We would like to make sure you understand this is not something appropriate for you to be involved with. No student should participate in this challenge. If you come across something in an online video at home which encourages you to do anything that seems unusual or inappropriate PLEASE speak with your parents or guardians.  If you have any questions or need additional information feel free to contact Mr. Saylor, Mr. Albrinck, a teacher, or your school counselor. We are here to help.

2/27 Announcements:

  1. Congratulations to the 5th grade band on putting on an EXCELLENT concert last night!  We are so proud of your talents and how much you have learned in such a short period of time!  Way to go!

  2. The Jr. RAMS Club will be selling spirit wear. We will be selling hoodies, headbands, baseball caps, and dri-fit T-shirts. You can look to buy these items in the window outside the media center.  We will be selling on every Tuesday and Thursday before school until we sell out. We hope to see you rockin’ your spirit wear in the hallway! Cash accepted or checks payable to Ross Middle School.

  3. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is March 18-22!

  4. Ram Pages will meet this Wednesday from 2:50-3:30 in room 112. Please have your article finished and shared with Mrs. Wormus.

2/26 Announcements:

  1. During homeroom yesterday, all 7th and 8th graders who earned a 3.5 GPA or higher for second quarter will be receiving a flyer from the Cincinnati Reds.  Each flyer has a unique code that can be redeemed online for free Reds Tickets, for the upcoming season. The sooner you place your order the greater your selection of games will be.  We do not have duplicates of the forms, so we are unable to replace forms that are lost. If you have questions, please contact your counselor. Congratulations to the 219 students who earned free Reds tickets this year!

  2. Today is the first day of track conditioning for 7th and 8th graders.  Please change clothes, fill your water bottle, and meet in the lobby. Practice will be outside so bring layers if needed.  Please check Schoology for information on how to join the Track group to receive updates. See Mr. Brooks, Ms. Honaker, or Mrs. Emenaker for more information.

  3. The Jr. RAMS Club will be selling spirit wear. We will be selling hoodies, headbands, baseball caps, and dri-fit T-shirts. You can look to buy these items in the window outside the media center.  We will be selling on every Tuesday and Thursday before school until we sell out. We hope to see you rockin’ your spirit wear in the hallway! Cash accepted or checks payable to Ross Middle School.

  4. Panama 2020 Tour - 8th grader who will be at RHS next year? Interested in international travel?  Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the HIGH SCHOOL Media Center to get all the details on an exciting student tour to Panama in the summer of 2020.  Enjoy hiking, the Panama Canal, boat tours, a snorkeling adventure and much more! Contact Mrs. Greco at Ross High School for more information. cara.greco@rossrams.com.

  5. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is March 18-22!

  6. Ram Pages will meet this Wednesday from 2:50-3:30 in room 112. Please have your article finished and shared with Mrs. Wormus.

2/25 Announcements:

  1. Attention 7th graders! The time has come to open the registration for the annual 8th grade Washington, DC trip!  The trip will be from Nov. 5-10, 2019 and you are invited to come along! Our parent information night will be held TODAY, Monday, Feb. 25 @ 7 pm in the RMS gym (** please note this meeting is at the middle school). Mrs. Bruck & Mrs. Kiefer will be on hand to answer questions and provide an overview of this amazing trip.  See our website or download our app if you can't make it to the meeting (links will be provided in Schoology)!

  2. During homeroom today, all 7th and 8th graders who earned a 3.5 GPA or higher for second quarter will be receiving a flyer from the Cincinnati Reds.  Each flyer has a unique code that can be redeemed online for free Reds Tickets, for the upcoming season. The sooner you place your order the greater your selection of games will be.  We do not have duplicates of the forms, so we are unable to replace forms that are lost. If you have questions, please contact your counselor. Congratulations to the 219 students who earned free Reds tickets this year!

  3. Attention 7th and 8th graders!  It's almost track season! Conditioning will be held on Tuesday, February 26th (TOMORROW) and Thursday, February 28th immediately after school.  Final Forms and a physical must be submitted before our first official practices, which begin March 4. Please check Schoology for information on how to join the Track group to receive updates.  See Mr. Brooks, Ms. Honaker, or Mrs. Emenaker for more information.

  4. The yearbook sale has been extended through February 25 for online sales. The online sales link can be found on the RMS website.

  5. The Jr. RAMS Club will be selling spirit wear. We will be selling hoodies, headbands, baseball caps, and dri-fit T-shirts. You can look to buy these items in the window outside the media center.  We will be selling on every Tuesday and Thursday before school until we sell out. We hope to see you rockin’ your spirit wear in the hallway! Cash accepted or checks payable to Ross Middle School.

  6. CELEBRATE CALM – Free Parenting Workshop on Monday, February 25th, 6:30-8:30 pm @ Elda Elementary School. Get 10 Practical Ways to Improve Focus, Grades and Social Skills; Calm Anxious, Defiant Frustrated Children; Stop Power Struggles without Escalating Situations; & Do Morning, Homework and Bedtime without Meltdowns. Register online at www.thewocc.com (childcare available with registration).

  7. Panama 2020 Tour - 8th grader who will be at RHS next year? Interested in international travel?  Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the Media Center to get all the details on an exciting student tour to Panama in the summer of 2020.  Enjoy hiking, the Panama Canal, boat tours, a snorkeling adventure and much more! Contact Mrs. Greco at Ross High School for more information. cara.greco@rossrams.com.

  8. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is March 18-22!

2/22 Announcements:

  1. This Friday, February 22nd, is the Fire and Ice dance!  The 5th and 6th grade dance is right after school from 3:00 to 4:30, 7th and 8th grade is from 6:00 to 8:00.  You can purchase tickets any day this week in the lobby before school starts for $5, tickets prices will increase to $8 at the door.   Hope to see you there!

  2. The Jr. RAMS Club will be selling spirit wear. We will be selling hoodies, headbands, baseball caps, and dri-fit T-shirts. You can look to buy these items in the window outside the media center.  We will be selling on every Tuesday and Thursday before school until we sell out. We hope to see you rockin’ your spirit wear in the hallway! Cash accepted or checks payable to Ross Middle School.

  3. Attention 7th graders! The time has come to open the registration for the annual 8th grade Washington, DC trip!  The trip will be from Nov. 5-10, 2019 and you are invited to come along! Our parent information night will be held Monday, Feb. 25 @ 7 pm in the RMS gym (** please note this meeting is at the middle school). Mrs. Bruck & Mrs. Kiefer will be on hand to answer questions and provide an overview of this amazing trip.  See our website or download our app if you can't make it to the meeting (links will be provided in Schoology)!

  4. 7/8th Grade students - recently in homeroom you received a pamphlet regarding “Dead Serious About Life”, a production taking place at RHS. Please take the information home with you and share this opportunity with your family.

  5. Attention 7th and 8th graders!  It's almost track season! Conditioning will be held on Tuesday, February 26th and Thursday, February 28th immediately after school.  Final Forms and a physical must be submitted before our first official practices, which begin March 4. Please check Schoology for information on how to join the Track group to receive updates.  See Mr. Brooks, Ms. Honaker, or Mrs. Emenaker for more information.

  6. The yearbook sale has been extended through February 25 for online sales. The online sales link can be found on the RMS website. If you wish to pay by cash or check, Mr. Mills will be in the lobby before homeroom Feb.19-22. Yearbooks are $35 and checks should be payable to Ross Middle School. Reserve your yearbook now as we may not have extra yearbooks at the end of the year.

  7. CELEBRATE CALM – Free Parenting Workshop on Monday, February 25th, 6:30-8:30 pm @ Elda Elementary School. Get 10 Practical Ways to Improve Focus, Grades and Social Skills; Calm Anxious, Defiant Frustrated Children; Stop Power Struggles without Escalating Situations; & Do Morning, Homework and Bedtime without Meltdowns. Register online at www.thewocc.com (childcare available with registration).

  8. Panama 2020 Tour - 8th grader who will be at RHS next year? Interested in international travel?  Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the Media Center to get all the details on an exciting student tour to Panama in the summer of 2020.  Enjoy hiking, the Panama Canal, boat tours, a snorkeling adventure and much more! Contact Mrs. Greco at Ross High School for more information. cara.greco@rossrams.com.

  9. Save the date - RMS BOGO Book fair week is March 18-22!

2/21 Announcements:

  1. This Friday, February 22nd, is the Fire and Ice dance!  The 5th and 6th grade dance is right after school from 3:00 to 4:30, 7th and 8th grade is from 6:00 to 8:00.  You can purchase tickets any day this week in the lobby before school starts for $5, tickets prices will increase to $8 at the door.   Hope to see you there!

  2. The Jr. RAMS Club will be selling spirit wear. We will be selling hoodies, headbands, baseball caps, and dri-fit T-shirts. You can look to buy these items in the window outside the media center.  We will be selling on every Tuesday and Thursday before school until we sell out. We hope to see you rockin’ your spirit wear in the hallway! Cash accepted or checks payable to Ross Middle School.

  3. Attention 7th graders! The time has come to open the registration for the annual 8th grade Washington, DC trip!  The trip will be from Nov. 5-10, 2019 and you are invited to come along! Our parent information night will be held Monday, Feb. 25 @ 7 pm in the RMS gym (** please note this meeting is at the middle school). Mrs. Bruck & Mrs. Kiefer will be on hand to answer questions and provide an overview of this amazing trip.  See our website or download our app if you can't make it to the meeting (links will be provided in Schoology)!

  4. 7/8th Grade students - recently in homeroom you received a pamphlet regarding “Dead Serious About Life”, a production taking place at RHS. Please take the information home with you and share this opportunity with your family.

  5. Attention 7th and 8th graders!  It's almost track season! Conditioning will be held on Tuesday, February 26th and Thursday, February 28th immediately after school.  Final Forms and a physical must be submitted before our first official practices, which begin March 4. Please check Schoology for information on how to join the Track group to receive updates.  See Mr. Brooks, Ms. Honaker, or Mrs. Emenaker for more information.

  6. The yearbook sale has been extended through February 25 for online sales. The online sales link can be found on the RMS website. If you wish to pay by cash or check, Mr. Mills will be in the lobby before homeroom Feb.19-22. Yearbooks are $35 and checks should be payable to Ross Middle School. Reserve your yearbook now as we may not have extra yearbooks at the end of the year.

  7. Ram Pages needs your help! We have a new survey posted on Schoology. Please answer the questions before the end of the day on Thursday, and check the spring edition of Ram Pages for the results.

  8. CELEBRATE CALM – Free Parenting Workshop on Monday, February 25th, 6:30-8:30 pm @ Elda Elementary School. Get 10 Practical Ways to Improve Focus, Grades and Social Skills; Calm Anxious, Defiant Frustrated Children; Stop Power Struggles without Escalating Situations; & Do Morning, Homework and Bedtime without Meltdowns. Register online at www.thewocc.com (childcare available with registration).

2/20 Announcements:

  1. This Friday, February 22nd, is the Fire and Ice dance!  The 5th and 6th grade dance is right after school from 3:00 to 4:30, 7th and 8th grade is from 6:00 to 8:00.  You can purchase tickets any day this week in the lobby before school starts for $5, tickets prices will increase to $8 at the door.   Hope to see you there!

  2. The Jr. RAMS Club will be selling spirit wear. We will be selling hoodies, headbands, baseball caps, and dri-fit T-shirts. You can look to buy these items in the window outside the media center.  We will be selling on every Tuesday and Thursday before school until we sell out. We hope to see you rockin’ your spirit wear in the hallway! Cash accepted or checks payable to Ross Middle School.

  3. Attention 7th graders! The time has come to open the registration for the annual 8th grade Washington, DC trip!  The trip will be from Nov. 5-10, 2019 and you are invited to come along! Our parent information night will be held Monday, Feb. 25 @ 7 pm in the RMS gym (** please note this meeting is at the middle school). Mrs. Bruck & Mrs. Kiefer will be on hand to answer questions and provide an overview of this amazing trip.  See our website or download our app if you can't make it to the meeting (links will be provided in Schoology)!

  4. 7/8th Grade students - recently in homeroom you received a pamphlet regarding “Dead Serious About Life”, a production taking place at RHS. Please take the information home with you and share this opportunity with your family.

  5. Attention 7th and 8th graders!  It's almost track season! Conditioning will be held on Tuesday, February 26th and Thursday, February 28th immediately after school.  Final Forms and a physical must be submitted before our first official practices, which begin March 4. Please check Schoology for information on how to join the Track group to receive updates.  See Mr. Brooks, Ms. Honaker, or Mrs. Emenaker for more information.

  6. The yearbook sale has been extended through February 25 for online sales. The online sales link can be found on the RMS website. If you wish to pay by cash or check, Mr. Mills will be in the lobby before homeroom Feb.19-22. Yearbooks are $35 and checks should be payable to Ross Middle School. Reserve your yearbook now as we may not have extra yearbooks at the end of the year.

  7. Ram Pages needs your help! We have a new survey posted on Schoology. Please answer the questions before the end of the day on Thursday, and check the spring edition of Ram Pages for the results.

  8. Little Aggies 7/8th grade students - there is a meeting today, Wednesday, February 20th, after school from 3-4:30.

  9. CELEBRATE CALM – Free Parenting Workshop on Monday, February 25th, 6:30-8:30 pm @ Elda Elementary School. Get 10 Practical Ways to Improve Focus, Grades and Social Skills; Calm Anxious, Defiant Frustrated Children; Stop Power Struggles without Escalating Situations; & Do Morning, Homework and Bedtime without Meltdowns. Register online at www.thewocc.com (childcare available with registration).

2/19 Announcements:

  1. This Friday, February 22nd, is the Fire and Ice dance!  The 5th and 6th grade dance is right after school from 3:00 to 4:30, 7th and 8th grade is from 6:00 to 8:00.  You can purchase tickets any day this week in the lobby before school starts for $5, tickets prices will increase to $8 at the door.   Hope to see you there!

  2. The Jr. RAMS Club will be selling spirit wear. We will be selling hoodies, headbands, baseball caps, and dri-fit T-shirts. You can look to buy these items in the window outside the media center.  We will be selling on every Tuesday and Thursday before school until we sell out. We hope to see you rockin’ your spirit wear in the hallway! Cash accepted or checks payable to Ross Middle School.

  3. Attention 7th graders! The time has come to open the registration for the annual 8th grade Washington, DC trip!  The trip will be from Nov. 5-10, 2019 and you are invited to come along! Our parent information night will be held Monday, Feb. 25 @ 7 pm in the RMS gym (** please note this meeting is at the middle school). Mrs. Bruck & Mrs. Kiefer will be on hand to answer questions and provide an overview of this amazing trip.  See our website or download our app if you can't make it to the meeting (links will be provided in Schoology)!

  4. 7/8th Grade students - recently in homeroom you received a pamphlet regarding “Dead Serious About Life”, a production taking place at RHS. Please take the information home with you and share this opportunity with your family.

  5. Attention 7th and 8th graders!  It's almost track season! Conditioning will be held on Tuesday, February 26th and Thursday, February 28th immediately after school.  Final Forms and a physical must be submitted before our first official practices, which begin March 4. Please check Schoology for information on how to join the Track group to receive updates.  See Mr. Brooks, Ms. Honaker, or Mrs. Emenaker for more information.

  6. The yearbook sale has been extended through February 25 for online sales. The online sales link can be found on the RMS website. If you wish to pay by cash or check, Mr. Mills will be in the lobby before homeroom Feb.19-22. Yearbooks are $35 and checks should be payable to Ross Middle School. Reserve your yearbook now as we may not have extra yearbooks at the end of the year.

  7. Ram Pages needs your help! We have a new survey posted on Schoology. Please answer the questions before the end of the day on Thursday, and check the spring edition of Ram Pages for the results.

  8. There will be no 5th grade or 6th grade band today due to Mrs. Duncan’s absence. 5th grade band will meet as full band TOMORROW!! Make sure you have your instrument here!

  9. Little Aggies 7/8th grade students - there is a meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, February 20th, after school from 3-4:30.

2/14 Announcements:

  1. No school for students on Friday, 2/15 and Monday 2/18. School resumes on Tuesday.

  2. Next Friday, February 22nd, is the Fire and Ice dance!  The 5th and 6th grade dance is right after school from 3:00 to 4:30, 7th and 8th grade is from 6:00 to 8:00.  You can purchase tickets any day next week in the lobby before school starts for $5, tickets prices will increase to $8 at the door.   Hope to see you there!

  3. The Jr. RAMS Club will be selling spirit wear. We will be selling hoodies, headbands, baseball caps, and dri-fit T-shirts. You can look to buy these items in the window outside the media center.  We will be selling on every Tuesday and Thursday before school starting tomorrow until we sell out. We hope to see you rockin’ your spirit wear in the hallway! Cash accepted or checks payable to Ross Middle School.

  4. There will be an informational meeting on Monday, February 18 at 6:30PM in the RHS cafeteria for all boys grades 8-11 who are interested in playing soccer next year for RHS. If you have questions or concerns, please email Coach Bush at kayla.bush@rossrams.com.

  5. Attention 7th graders! The time has come to open the registration for the annual 8th grade Washington, DC trip!  The trip will be from Nov. 5-10, 2019 and you are invited to come along! Our parent information night will be held Monday, Feb. 25 @ 7 pm in the RMS gym (** please note this meeting is at the middle school). Mrs. Bruck & Mrs. Kiefer will be on hand to answer questions and provide an overview of this amazing trip.  See our website or download our app if you can't make it to the meeting (links will be provided in Schoology)!

  6. 7/8th Grade students - recently in homeroom you received a pamphlet regarding “Dead Serious About Life”, a production taking place at RHS. Please take the information home with you and share this opportunity with your family.

  7. Attention 7th and 8th graders!  It's almost track season! Conditioning will be held on Tuesday, February 26th and Thursday, February 28th immediately after school.  Final Forms and a physical must be submitted before our first official practices, which begin March 4. Please check Schoology for information on how to join the Track group to receive updates.  See Mr. Brooks, Ms. Honaker, or Mrs. Emenaker for more information.

  8. The yearbook sale has been extended through February 25 for online sales. The online sales link can be found on the RMS website. If you wish to pay by cash or check, Mr. Mills will be in the lobby before homeroom Feb.19-22. Yearbooks are $35 and checks should be payable to Ross Middle School. Reserve your yearbook now as we may not have extra yearbooks at the end of the year.

2/13 Announcements:

  1. Save the date! Feb 22nd 5/6th grade dance 3:00 - 4:30 pm and 7/8th grade dance 6:00 - 8:00pm.

  2. The Jr. RAMS Club will be selling spirit wear. We will be selling hoodies, headbands, baseball caps, and dri-fit T-shirts. You can look to buy these items in the window outside the media center.  We will be selling on every Tuesday and Thursday before school starting tomorrow until we sell out. We hope to see you rockin’ your spirit wear in the hallway! Cash accepted or checks payable to Ross Middle School.

  3. Attention all 8th grade girls soccer players!  If you are interested in playing soccer next year at the high school, please fill out the form today at lunch.

  4. There will be an informational meeting on Monday, February 18 at 6:30PM in the RHS cafeteria for all boys grades 8-11 who are interested in playing soccer next year for RHS. If you have questions or concerns, please email Coach Bush at kayla.bush@rossrams.com.

  5. Attention 7th graders! The time has come to open the registration for the annual 8th grade Washington, DC trip!  The trip will be from Nov. 5-10, 2019 and you are invited to come along! Our parent information night will be held Monday, Feb. 25 @ 7 pm in the RMS gym (** please note this meeting is at the middle school). Mrs. Bruck & Mrs. Kiefer will be on hand to answer questions and provide an overview of this amazing trip.  See our website or download our app if you can't make it to the meeting (links will be provided in Schoology)!

  6. 8th graders - don’t forget to mark your calendars - High School scheduling meeting night @ RHS on February 13th beginning at 6:00pm! This is for parents / guardians & 8th grade students. TONIGHT is the night!

  7. Ram Pages will meet in room 112 this Wednesday, February 13 from 2:50-3:30. All article ideas should be entered on Schoology before Wednesday's meeting.

  8. It’s FCCLA week!  A huge shout-out to all of our FCCLA members!  This Thursday RMS (TOMORROW) - let’s all wear red to support FCCLA! (and it’s Valentine’s Day too!)

  9. Reminder - 8th grade Extreme Team students meet with Officer Liddil during 6th period.  There is no big intervention for other students during that time. Thank you!

  10. 7/8th Grade students - yesterday in homeroom you received a pamphlet regarding “Dead Serious About Life”, a production taking place at RHS. Please take the information home with you and share this opportunity with your family.

  11. Chess Club will be meeting this Wednesday, February 13 in Mrs. Emenaker's room.  You may bring a snack and a drink. Rides should be here by 3:00.

  12. Attention 7th and 8th graders!  It's almost track season! Conditioning will be held on Tuesday, February 26th and Thursday, February 28th immediately after school.  Final Forms and a physical must be submitted before our first official practices, which begin March 4. Please check Schoology for information on how to join the Track group to receive updates.  See Mr. Brooks, Ms. Honaker, or Mrs. Emenaker for more information.

  13. The yearbook sale has been extended through February 25 for online sales. The online sales link can be found on the RMS website. If you wish to pay by cash or check, Mr. Mills will be in the lobby before homeroom Feb.19-22. Yearbooks are $35 and checks should be payable to Ross Middle School. Reserve your yearbook now as we may not have extra yearbooks at the end of the year.

  14. There will be no 5th or 6th grade choir today due to Ms. Mappes's absence. The choir room is also closed during lunch today. If you are on choreo team, we will meet tomorrow during lunch.

2/12 Announcements:

  1. Save the date! Feb 22nd 5/6th grade dance 3:00 - 4:30 pm and 7/8th grade dance 6:00 - 8:00pm.

  2. Today there will be a meeting from 2:30-2:45 in the MPR for any current 8th grader interested in playing HS football.

  3. Attention all 8th grade girls soccer players!  If you are interested in playing soccer next year at the high school, please fill out the form today and tomorrow at lunch.

  4. There will be an informational meeting on Monday, February 18 at 6:30PM in the RHS cafeteria for all boys grades 8-11 who are interested in playing soccer next year for RHS. If you have questions or concerns, please email Coach Bush at kayla.bush@rossrams.com.

  5. Attention 7th graders! The time has come to open the registration for the annual 8th grade Washington, DC trip!  The trip will be from Nov. 5-10, 2019 and you are invited to come along! Our parent information night will be held Monday, Feb. 25 @ 7 pm in the RMS gym. Mrs. Bruck & Mrs. Kiefer will be on hand to answer questions and provide an overview of this amazing trip.  See our website or download our app if you can't make it to the meeting (links will be provided in Schoology)!

  6. Today is the last day to purchase a Sweet Treat Gram during lunch!  The grams will be delivered during homeroom on February 14th! Buy one for 50 cents or three for a dollar!

  7. 8th graders - don’t forget to mark your calendars - High School scheduling meeting night @ RHS on February 13th beginning at 6:00pm! This is for parents / guardians & 8th grade students. Tomorrow night!

  8. Ram Pages will meet in room 112 this Wednesday, February 13 from 2:50-3:30. All article ideas should be entered on Schoology before Wednesday's meeting.

  9. It’s FCCLA week!  A huge shout-out to all of our FCCLA members!  This Thursday RMS - let’s all wear red to support FCCLA! (and it’s Valentine’s Day too!)

  10. Reminder - 8th graders report to intervention period in the cafeteria today for the online safety presentation with Officer Liddil Today is 8th grade Dream Team 6th period, A Team 7th period, and on Wednesday Extreme Team 8th graders during 6th period.  There is no big intervention for other students during those times. Thank you!

  11. 7/8th Grade students - today in homeroom you will receive a pamphlet regarding “Dead Serious About Life”, a production taking place at RHS. Please take the information home with you and share this opportunity with your family.

  12. Chess Club will be meeting this Wednesday, February 13 in Mrs. Emenaker's room.  You may bring a snack and a drink. Rides should be here by 3:00.

  13. Attention 7th and 8th graders!  It's almost track season! Conditioning will be held on Tuesday, February 26th and Thursday, February 28th immediately after school.  Final Forms and a physical must be submitted before our first official practices, which begin March 4. Please check Schoology for information on how to join the Track group to receive updates.  See Mr. Brooks, Ms. Honaker, or Mrs. Emenaker for more information.

  14. The yearbook sale has been extended through February 25 for online sales. The online sales link can be found on the RMS website. If you wish to pay by cash or check, Mr. Mills will be in the lobby before homeroom Feb.19-22. Yearbooks are $35 and checks should be payable to Ross Middle School. Reserve your yearbook now as we may not have extra yearbooks at the end of the year.

  15. Mrs. Duncan needs to see Sophia Fletcher and Audrey Sparks after announcements today.

2/11 Announcements:

  1. Congratulations to NextGen on their runner-up finish at the Loveland Showcase this weekend!

  2. Save the date! Feb 22nd 5/6th grade dance 3:00 - 4:30 pm and 7/8th grade dance 6:00 - 8:00pm.

  3. On Tuesday there will be a meeting from 2:30-2:45 in the MPR for any current 8th grader interested in playing HS football.

  4. Attention 7th graders! The time has come to open the registration for the annual 8th grade Washington, DC trip!  The trip will be from Nov. 5-10, 2019 and you are invited to come along! Our parent information night will be held Monday, Feb. 25 @ 7 pm in the RMS gym. Mrs. Bruck & Mrs. Kiefer will be on hand to answer questions and provide an overview of this amazing trip.  See our website or download our app if you can't make it to the meeting (links will be provided in Schoology)!

  5. Send a sweet treat to someone on Valentine's Day! Purchase a Valentine's Gram from student council during lunch and it will be delivered during homeroom on February 14th! Buy one for 50 cents or three for a dollar!

  6. 8th graders - don’t forget to mark your calendars - High School scheduling meeting night @ RHS on February 13th beginning at 6:00pm! This is for parents / guardians & 8th grade students. That is this Wednesday night!

  7. Ram Pages will meet in room 112 this Wednesday, February 13 from 2:50-3:30. All article ideas should be entered on Schoology before Wednesday's meeting.

  8. It’s FCCLA week!  A huge shout-out to all of our FCCLA members!  This Thursday RMS - let’s all wear red to support FCCLA! (and it’s Valentine’s Day too!)

  9. Reminder - ALL 7th graders report to intervention period in the cafeteria today for the online safety presentation with Officer Liddil (Dream & Extreme 6th period & A Team 7th period). Tomorrow is 8th grade Dream 6th period, A 7th period, and on Wednesday Extreme 8th graders during 6th period.  There is no big intervention for other students during those times. Thank you!

2/8 Announcements:

  1. Save the date! Feb 22nd 5/6th grade dance 3:00 - 4:30 pm and 7/8th grade dance 6:00 - 8:00pm.

  2. There’s still time to register for Fairfield lacrosse. Equipment is available if you need it. Flyers are available in front of the office at the kiosk. Sticks up!

  3. On Tuesday there will be a meeting from 2:30-2:45 in the MPR for any 8th grader interested in playing HS football.

  4. Attention 7th graders! The time has come to open the registration for the annual 8th grade Washington, DC trip!  The trip will be from Nov. 5-10, 2019 and you are invited to come along! Our parent information night will be held Monday, Feb. 25 @ 7 pm in the RMS gym. Mrs. Bruck & Mrs. Kiefer will be on hand to answer questions and provide an overview of this amazing trip.  See our website or download our app if you can't make it to the meeting (links will be provided in Schoology)!

  5. Send a sweet treat to someone on Valentine's Day! Purchase a Valentine's Gram from student council during lunch and it will be delivered during homeroom on February 14th! Buy one for 50 cents or three for a dollar!

  6. 8th graders - don’t forget to mark your calendars - High School scheduling meeting night @ RHS on February 13th beginning at 6:00pm! This is for parents / guardians & 8th grade students.

  7. Good luck to NextGen as they compete in Loveland tonight!

  8. Popcorn lunch for RR card winners today!  Keep up the Respectful & Responsible behavior RMS!

2/7 Announcements:

  1. Save the date! Feb 22nd 5/6th grade dance 3:00 - 4:30 pm and 7/8th grade dance 6:00 - 8:00pm.

  2. Th 8BBK team won the SWOC tourney last night 47-44 against Harrison.  The boys stormed back late in the third quarter scoring 15 straight points to take the lead.  Sully Spencer and Jeff Valentine combined on a steal and a layup with 8 seconds left to take the lead for good!  Luke Fulmer hit some HUGE 3-pointers to pace the Rams with 15 points. Chris Brown added 11 Collin Page had 7. Congrats fellas!

  3. The 7BBK team cruised to a SWOC tourney title last night defeating Little Miami by 55-37.  The boys finished an amazing 15-1 on the season capturing both regular season and post-season titles.  Aidan Brown scored 21 and Riley Caldwell and Landon Beske added 13. Coach Cole wants to thank the boys for a great season and thank you for being such coachable young men.  Congrats fellas!

  4. What's more fun than wearing pj pants and a hat to school?  Well, your chance to do both is on Friday, February 8th (rescheduled date)!  Bring in a $1 for a hat, and a $1 for pj pants, and you will be supporting a great cause!  All donations collected that day will be given to the organization, CancerFree Kids. This group provides funding for scientists to research cures for pediatric cancers.  We all know of kids who have had to deal with cancer, and your donations will be of great help! Thanks for your support! Check out www.cancerfreekids.org for more information!

  5. No After School Study Skills TODAY due to conferences.

  6. Attention 7th graders! The time has come to open the registration for the annual 8th grade Washington, DC trip!  The trip will be from Nov. 5-10, 2019 and you are invited to come along! Our parent information night will be held Monday, Feb. 25 @ 7 pm in the RMS gym. Mrs. Bruck & Mrs. Kiefer will be on hand to answer questions and provide an overview of this amazing trip.  See our website or download our app if you can't make it to the meeting (links will be provided in Schoology)!

  7. Beginning today through Tuesday, you can purchase a Valentine's Gram from student council during lunch. Send a sweet treat to someone on Valentine's Day!  Buy one for 50 cents or three for a dollar!

  8. Today is the 4th day of National School Counseling Week and we are focusing on careers. Please take a minute in homeroom and fill out the career survey that Ms. Jeffery and Mrs. Rice have posted in Schoology.   How many of you have thought about what you want to be doing in ten years? Twenty years? What do you see yourself doing? The world is changing rapidly, and your options are unlimited. Did you know that when you enter the job market you will be using technology that has not been invented yet in order to solve problems we don’t even know are problems yet?  What an exciting time. Take advantage of your opportunities at school to learn, to discover what you’re good at and to figure out what you love.

  9. 8th graders - the high school scheduling information meeting with RHS counselors will take place at RMS this afternoon due to the weather. We will not walk to RHS today.

2/6 Announcements:

  1. Save the date! Feb 22nd 5/6th grade dance 3:00 - 4:30 pm and 7/8th grade dance 6:00 - 8:00pm.

  2. Congrats to our 7GBK team as they finished runner-up last night in the SWOC tourney.  Great season ladies!

  3. BOTH our 7BBK and 8BBK teams will play for SWOC tourney titles tonight at Talawanda.  Good luck fellas!

  4. What's more fun than wearing pj pants and a hat to school?  Well, your chance to do both is on Friday, February 8th (rescheduled date)!  Bring in a $1 for a hat, and a $1 for pj pants, and you will be supporting a great cause!  All donations collected that day will be given to the organization, CancerFree Kids. This group provides funding for scientists to research cures for pediatric cancers.  We all know of kids who have had to deal with cancer, and your donations will be of great help! Thanks for your support! Check out www.cancerfreekids.org for more information!

  5. Attention Ram Pages writers: Due to our snow day, we will have our first meeting for the spring edition on Wednesday, February 6 from 2:50-3:30 in room 112. The rest of our meeting dates will stay on as scheduled.

  6. Today is the 3rd day of National School Counseling Week.  Today in homeroom each student will receive a card full of coping strategies.  Coping strategies are skills and activities we use to help us handle strong emotions, like anger, frustration, sadness and worry, that we all feel.   Because we’re all unique, everyone has strategies that work better for them. It’s important to try many strategies and then use the ones that work best for you.  Pick the 3 strategies that you think will work best for you. Write them down and turn them into the envelope on the office door by the end of the day. Don’t forget to put your full name on the sheet.   We will draw names to win popcorn coupons.

  7. No After School Study Skills on Thursday due to conferences.

  8. Attention 7th graders! The time has come to open the registration for the annual 8th grade Washington, DC trip!  The trip will be from Nov. 5-10, 2019 and you are invited to come along! Our parent information night will be held Monday, Feb. 25 @ 7 pm in the RMS gym. Mrs. Bruck & Mrs. Kiefer will be on hand to answer questions and provide an overview of this amazing trip.  See our website or download our app if you can't make it to the meeting (links will be provided in Schoology)!

2/5 Announcements:

  1. Save the date! Feb 22nd 5/6th grade dance 3:00 - 4:30 pm and 7/8th grade dance 6:00 - 8:00pm.

  2. What's more fun than wearing pj pants and a hat to school?  Well, your chance to do both is on Friday, February 8th (rescheduled date)!  Bring in a $1 for a hat, and a $1 for pj pants, and you will be supporting a great cause!  All donations collected that day will be given to the organization, CancerFree Kids. This group provides funding for scientists to research cures for pediatric cancers.  We all know of kids who have had to deal with cancer, and your donations will be of great help! Thanks for your support! Check out www.cancerfreekids.org for more information!

  3. Attention Ram Pages writers: Due to our snow day, we will have our first meeting for the spring edition on Wednesday, February 6 from 2:50-3:30 in room 112. The rest of our meeting dates will stay on as scheduled.

  4. ChoralQuest auditions will take place today during lunch for 5th and 6th grade and after school on Tuesday (today)! See Ms. Mappes with question.

  5. No After School Study Skills on Thursday due to conferences.

  6. Attention 7th graders! The time has come to open the registration for the annual 8th grade Washington, DC trip!  The trip will be from Nov. 5-10, 2019 and you are invited to come along! Our parent information night will be held Monday, Feb. 25 @ 7 pm in the RMS gym. Mrs. Bruck & Mrs. Kiefer will be on hand to answer questions and provide an overview of this amazing trip.  See our website or download our app if you can't make it to the meeting (links will be provided in Schoology)!

  7. 7th GBK won their semi-final game last night - Ross 33 Little Miami 14! Mya Boze had 14 points, Dana Bosse and Lilly Folick had 5 each, and Anslee White had 4 points They play in championship game tonight at 4:30 at Mt. Healthy!

  8. Best of luck to the 7th grade GBK team competing for SWOC championship tonight, 8th grade BBK in the SWOC semi-finals tonight, and the 7th grade boys, who won their semi-final game against Talawanda last night, who will play for the SWOC championship on Wednesday!

  9. Today is the 2nd day of National School Counseling Week.   Today’s tip focuses on the power of kindness. When is the last time you did something nice for someone just because? This morning? Last week? Don’t underestimate the power that kindness can have on you and those around you and on your ability to be successful.  Aviator, Amelia Earhart said, “No kind action ever stops with itself. One kind action leads to another.” So, today do or say something nice to someone, just because. You will feel better for it RMS!

2/4 Announcements:

  1. Save the date! Feb 22nd 5/6th grade dance 3:00 - 4:30 pm and 7/8th grade dance 6:00 - 8:00pm.

  2. What's more fun than wearing pj pants and a hat to school?  Well, your chance to do both is on Friday, February 8th (rescheduled date)!  Bring in a $1 for a hat, and a $1 for pj pants, and you will be supporting a great cause!  All donations collected that day will be given to the organization, CancerFree Kids. This group provides funding for scientists to research cures for pediatric cancers.  We all know of kids who have had to deal with cancer, and your donations will be of great help! Thanks for your support! Check out www.cancerfreekids.org for more information!

  3. Attention Ram Pages writers: Due to our snow day, we will have our first meeting for the spring edition on Wednesday, February 6 from 2:50-3:30 in room 112. The rest of our meeting dates will stay on as scheduled.

  4. This week, schools across the country will be celebrating National School Counseling Week!  This week is an opportunity to recognize our counseling program and how our counselors are helping students achieve success and plan for the future, Our theme this week is :  School Counselors, We’ll Be There for You! Ms. Jeffery and Mrs. Rice work to help build a positive school environment and to help each individual realize his or her value and potential.  Today in first bell you will receive a sheet of positive affirmations from your teacher. Take the sheet, cut them apart, post them in your locker or tuck them in a notebook, or on your bathroom mirror at home to remind you that you are loved, you have a lot to smile about, you are strong, powerful, brave and fearless, and to focus on the positive.   Remember that we are all unique and have qualities that make us a remarkable individuals! Be proud of who you are RMS!

  5. ChoralQuest auditions will take place today and tomorrow during lunch for 5th and 6th grade and after school on Tuesday!

  6. No After School Study Skills on Thursday due to conferences.


1/28 Announcements:

  1. Save the date! Feb 22nd 5/6th grade dance 3:00 - 4:30 pm and 7/8th grade dance 6:00 - 8:00pm.

  2. Congrats to our RMS Athletes of the week Sam Davidson and Cassie Gillum!  Please stop down and see Mr. R sometime today.

  3. Congrats to our RMS basketball teams who all won Saturday against Garfield.  All teams play tonight against Winton Woods with the boys at home and the girls on the road.  7GBK won 37-7 behind Mia Jackson’s 15 pts followed up by Kaitlyn Lampe’s 8.

  4. What's more fun than wearing pj pants and a hat to school?  Well, your chance to do both is on Friday, February 1st! Bring in a $1 for a hat, and a $1 for pj pants, and you will be supporting a great cause!  All donations collected that day will be given to the organization, CancerFree Kids. This group provides funding for scientists to research cures for pediatric cancers.  We all know of kids who have had to deal with cancer, and your donations will be of great help! Thanks for your support! Check out www.cancerfreekids.org for more information!

  5. Looking for a new sport this spring?  Then try lacrosse! Fairfield Lacrosse is accepting players from Ross to join the fastest game on two feet!  Spring registration has already begun so sign up soon! Flyers are located in the kiosk at the front of the office.  If you have questions, please see Mrs. Thomsen in room 115. Sticks up!

  6. Attention Ram Pages writers! We will have a meeting for spring edition on Wednesday, January 30 from 2:50-3:30 in room 112. Come prepared with any article ideas.

  7. The RMS Wrestling team concluded their season this weekend in terrific fashion by winning the SWOC championship! Placing 4th for the rams were Titus Ray, and Ben Rye. Placing 3rd were Ryan Foster, Jordan Miller, Trace Kirby, Skylar Baker, and Cade Tatum. Placing 2nd were Jaiden Earls and Ryan Iams. Placing 1st were Jovanni Greco, Brayden Bastin, Bryson Bastin, Frankie Gifford, Raymond Beneker, and Bradley Allgeier. A special shoutout to Jovanni Greco and Bryson Bastin who finished the season with undefeated records.  Overall the Rams would claim 4 tournament titles this season and had a dual record of 18-2. Congrats to all the wrestlers on a fantastic season!

  8. Attention all RMS wrestlers. If you are not planning on wrestling at the junior high district tournament you must turn into your headgear to Coach Henry as soon as possible. If you are planning on wrestling at the junior high district tournament you may continue to use that headgear. Place drop off the headgear sometime this week to Coach Henry.

  9. Due to unforeseen circumstances, tomorrow's Science Club Meeting has been postponed.  More information will be sent out next week.

1/25 Announcements:

  1. Best of luck to NextGen as they compete in West Virginia this weekend!

  2. Save the date! Feb 22nd 5/6th grade dance 3:00 - 4:30 pm and 7/8th grade dance 6:00 - 8:00pm.

  3. The 8th grade boys basketball team won a thriller in double overtime!  Sully Spencer scored 24, Jeff Valentine 19, Chris Brown 14 and Colin Page chipped in 8.  The boys are 8-3 in SWOC play. The 7th grade boys lost their first game of the season 45-43 in a great game.

  4. Both the 7th and 8th grade girls went on the road to Little Miami and collected wins.  The 8th grade won 31-23 and the 7th grade won 18-17. Mia Jackson with a steal and a layup with 45 seconds left to win the game!

  5. Congrats to our RMS Athletes of the week Sam Davidson and Cassie Gillum!  Please stop down and see Mr. R sometime today.

  6. RMS Student council is helping the Freshman class officers by selling Ross vs. Badin shirts to wear for high school basketball game on February 9th.  Short sleeve shirts are $20 and long sleeve shirts are $22. Fill out forms and bring your money to Mrs. Dourson in room 108 today!

  7. What's more fun than wearing pj pants and a hat to school?  Well, your chance to do both is on Friday, February 1st! Bring in a $1 for a hat, and a $1 for pj pants, and you will be supporting a great cause!  All donations collected that day will be given to the organization, CancerFree Kids. This group provides funding for scientists to research cures for pediatric cancers.  We all know of kids who have had to deal with cancer, and your donations will be of great help! Thanks for your support! Check out www.cancerfreekids.org for more information!

  8. Good luck to our RMS Wrestlers tomorrow at their SWOC tournament!!!!  Action begins at 9am at the high school. Hope to see you there! This reminder is for all those on the RMS wrestling team - remember that practice is at the high school today after school. Please bring all practice gear over to the high school with you today after school. Thanks!

  9. Looking for a new sport this spring?  Then try lacrosse! Fairfield Lacrosse is accepting players from Ross to join the fastest game on two feet!  Spring registration has already begun so sign up soon! Flyers are located in the kiosk at the front of the office.  If you have questions, please see Mrs. Thomsen in room 115. Sticks up!

1/24 Announcements:

  1. 6,7&8th graders - If you have any interest in applying to participate in College Credit Plus courses next school year there is a mandatory meeting for students and parents / guardians on Thursday, 1/24 from 6:00 - 7:00 pm. This meeting will take place in the RHS auditorium / PAC.

  2. Save the date! Feb 22nd 5/6th grade dance 3:00 - 4:30 pm and 7/8th grade dance 6:00 - 8:00pm.

  3. Chess Club - Thursday, January 24th in Mrs. Emenaker’s room

  4. Good luck to our lady Rams as they travel to Little Miami tonight!  The boys will be at home for a 4:30 start. Come on out and support the RAMS!

  5. Our RMS Wrestling team will host the SWOC tournament this Saturday at RHS.  Wrestling will begin at 9am.

  6. Looking for a new sport this spring?  Then try lacrosse! Fairfield Lacrosse is accepting players from Ross to join the fastest game on two feet!  Spring registration has already begun so sign up soon! Flyers are located in the kiosk at the front of the office.  If you have questions, please see Mrs. Thomsen in room 115. Sticks up!

  7. RMS Student council is helping the Freshmen class officers by selling Ross vs. Badin shirts to wear for high school basketball game on February 9th.  Short sleeve shirts are $20 and long sleeve shirts are $22. Fill out forms and bring your money in tomorrow to Mrs. Dourson in room 108.

1/23 Announcements:

  1. 6,7&8th graders - If you have any interest in applying to participate in College Credit Plus courses next school year there is a mandatory meeting for students and parents / guardians on Thursday, 1/24 from 6:00 - 7:00 pm. This meeting will take place in the RHS auditorium / PAC.

  2. Save the date! Feb 22nd 5/6th grade dance 3:00 - 4:30 pm and 7/8th grade dance 6:00 - 8:00pm.

  3. Chess Club - Thursday, January 24th in Mrs. Emenaker’s room

  4. All four basketball teams defeated Pleasant Run last night!  7BBK won 52-22 to move to 11-0 on the season. Aiden Brown poured in 19 and Isaac Nunn chipped in 8.  8BBK won 37-33. 8GBK beat PRM 36-24 and 7GBK won 36-31 to improve to 7-4. The girls were led by Myah Boze’s 14 pts and Dana Bosse and Annslee White had 8 a piece.  

  5. Ross Community Activity Complex Town Hall Meeting.  Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Ross High School Performing Arts Center.  Please contact Athletic Director Mr. Jake Richards if you have questions.

  6. Looking for a new sport this spring?  Then try lacrosse! Fairfield Lacrosse is accepting players from Ross to join the fastest game on two feet!  Spring registration has already begun so sign up soon! Flyers are located in the kiosk at the front of the office.  If you have questions, please see Mrs. Thomsen in room 115. Sticks up!

  7. RMS Student council is helping the Freshmen class officers by selling Ross vs. Badin shirts to wear for high school basketball game on February 9th.  Order forms will be passed out during homeroom today! Short sleeve shirts are $20 and long sleeve shirts are $22. Fill out forms and bring your money to Mrs. Dourson in room 108 by this Friday.

  8. ** The Girl talk meeting scheduled for tonight has been canceled. It is rescheduled for January 30th.

  9. From Coach Bush @ RHS - weights for boys soccer are canceled (both on Wednesday and Thursday)

1/22 Announcements:

  1. 6,7&8th graders - If you have any interest in applying to participate in College Credit Plus courses next school year there is a mandatory meeting for students and parents / guardians on Thursday, 1/24 from 6:00 - 7:00 pm. This meeting will take place in the RHS auditorium / PAC.

  2. Save the date! Feb 22nd 5/6th grade dance 3:00 - 4:30 pm and 7/8th grade dance 6:00 - 8:00pm.

  3. Chess Club - Thursday, January 24th in Mrs. Emenaker’s room

  4. Ross Community Activity Complex Town Hall Meeting.  Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Ross High School Performing Arts Center.  Please contact Athletic Director Mr. Jake Richards if you have questions.

1/18 Announcements:

  1. Reminder RMS - No School on Monday due to Martin Luther King Day. School resumes on Tuesday, 1/22. Have a safe weekend!

  2. Attention bowlers!!!!  The high school bowling team will be at Northwest Lanes this Saturday from 10-12.  For only $10 you can come out and bowl all you want! Please see your homeroom teacher or Mr. R in the office for a flyer.

  3. 6,7&8th graders - If you have any interest in applying to participate in College Credit Plus courses next school year there is a mandatory meeting for students and parents / guardians on Thursday, 1/24 from 6:00 - 7:00 pm. This meeting will take place in the RHS auditorium / PAC.

  4. Save the date! Feb 22nd 5/6th grade dance 3:00 - 4:30 pm and 7/8th grade dance 6:00 - 8:00pm.

  5. The RMS wrestling team returned to action last night as they faced off against Princeton and Hamilton. The Rams would start off in terrific fashion defeating Princeton 78-6. The Rams would then face off against Hamilton, and their dominating ways continued as they defeated Hamilton 72-10. Going 2-0 on the evening were Jaiden Earls, Coy Day, Ryan Foster, Brayden Bastin, Jordan Miller, Luke Dunn, Bryson Bastin, Ryan Iams, Trace Kirby, Bradley Allgeier, and Cade Tatum. Great job Rams!

  6. Officer Liddil will be making school safety presentations to all of our students THIS week. Here is the schedule:

Tuesday January 15th - Dream Team & A Team

Wednesday, January 16th - Extreme Team & Select Team

Friday, January 18 - 5th grade All Stars & Spirit & Elite Team

Students - Please note all presentations will take place in the cafeteria during intervention. All students must report to the cafeteria with their team and there will be no big intervention during those times. If you have any questions regarding the presentations please contact our school resource officer, David Liddil, and he will be happy to help.

1/17 Announcements:

  1. Yearbook and GMRMS meetings are canceled tonight

  2. Attention bowlers!!!!  The high school bowling team will be at Northwest Lanes this Saturday from 10-12.  For only $10 you can come out and bowl all you want! Please see your homeroom teacher or Mr. R in the office for a flyer.

  3. Our 7th grade boys basketball team defeated Edgewood 43-29.  Aidan Brown put up 22 for the undefeated Rams.

  4. Our 8th grade boys lost on a last second shot last night vs Edgewood.  

  5. Both our 7th and 8th grade girls lost to Edgewood last night.  The 8th grade lost a tough one 28-25. Both Anabelle Smith and Gretchen Chaney scored 10 each.

  6. Are you in 8th grade and interested in playing tennis next year at Ross High School?  There will be an informational meeting with Mrs. Bolin TODAY after announcements in the lobby.  Bring your chromebook with you to the meeting.

  7. 8th grade boys soccer players interested in playing soccer for RHS next year - Coach Bush has scheduled weight lifting which will run from 7:00 - 8:00 at Ross High School starting this Thursday (1/17) and from then on every Wednesday and Thursday. Contact Coach Bush if you have any questions.

  8. 6,7,&8th graders - If you have any interest in applying to participate in College Credit Plus courses next school year there is a mandatory meeting for students and parents / guardians on Thursday, 1/24 from 6:00 - 7:00 pm. This meeting will take place in the RHS auditorium / PAC.

  9. Officer Liddil will be making school safety presentations to all of our students THIS week. Here is the schedule:

Tuesday January 15th - Dream Team & A Team

Wednesday, January 16th - Extreme Team & Select Team

Friday, January 18 - 5th grade All Stars & Spirit & Elite Team

Students - Please note all presentations will take place in the cafeteria during intervention. All students must report to the cafeteria with their team and there will be no big intervention during those times. If you have any questions regarding the presentations please contact our school resource officer, David Liddil, and he will be happy to help.

1/16 Announcements:

  1. PFK meeting tonight, from 6:00 - 7:00 pm in the RMS media center. We hope to see you there!

  2. Attention bowlers!!!!  The high school bowling team will be at Northwest Lanes this Saturday from 10-12.  For only $10 you can come out and bowl all you want! Please see your homeroom teacher or Mr. R in the office for a flyer.

  3. Are you in 8th grade and interested in playing tennis next year at Ross High School?  There will be an informational meeting with Mrs. Bolin this Thursday, January 17th at 8:00 in the lobby.  Bring your chromebook with you to the meeting.

  4. Attention current 6th and 7th grade girls who would like to play volleyball for RMS next fall.  There will be an informational meeting TONIGHT at RHS at 7:00 pm in the RHS Media Center. 8th grade girls interested in playing volleyball at RHS next year should attend this meeting as well.

  5. 8th grade boys soccer players interested in playing soccer for RHS next year - Coach Bush has scheduled weight lifting which will run from 7:00 - 8:00 at Ross High School starting this Thursday (1/17) and from then on every Wednesday and Thursday. Contact Coach Bush if you have any questions.

  6. There will be no 6th grade band today due to the presentations with Officer Liddil during intervention.  Any percussion student is welcome to come to band tomorrow (Thursday).

  7. Officer Liddil will be making school safety presentations to all of our students THIS week. Here is the schedule:

Tuesday January 15th - Dream Team & A Team

Wednesday, January 16th - Extreme Team & Select Team

Friday, January 18 - 5th grade All Stars & Spirit & Elite Team

Students - Please note all presentations will take place in the cafeteria during intervention. All students must report to the cafeteria with their team and there will be no big intervention during those times. If you have any questions regarding the presentations please contact our school resource officer, David Liddil, and he will be happy to help.

 

1/15 Announcements:

  1. PFK meeting this Wednesday, from 6:00 - 7:00 pm in the RMS media center. We hope to see you there!

  2. All 4 RMS basketball teams won last night vs Mt. Healthy!  The 8th grade girls won 31-15. Summer Kirby scored 9 and Anabelle Smith chipped in 8.  The 7th grade boys won led by Aidan Brown’s 30 points! The 8th grade boys played outstanding defense and all 12 players played roles in the victory.  And finally our 7th grade girls won as Annslee White had 8 points, Myah Boze and Dana Bose had 6 points as well. The team moves to 6-3 on the season. Way to go basketball!

  3. Attention current 6th and 7th grade girls who would like to play volleyball for RMS next fall.  There will be an informational meeting at RHS, on Wednesday, Jan 16th, at 7:00 pm in the RHS Media Center. 8th grade girls interested in playing volleyball at RHS next year should attend this meeting as well.

  4. 8th grade boys soccer players interested in playing soccer for RHS next year - Coach Bush has scheduled weight lifting which will run from 7:00 - 8:00 at Ross High School starting this Thursday (1/17) and from then on every Wednesday and Thursday. Contact Coach Bush if you have any questions.

  5. Officer Liddil will be making school safety presentations to all of our students THIS week. Here is the schedule:

Tuesday January 15th - Dream Team & A Team

Wednesday, January 16th - Extreme Team & Select Team

Friday, January 18 - 5th grade All Stars & Spirit & Elite Team

Students - Please note all presentations will take place in the cafeteria during intervention. All students must report to the cafeteria with their team and there will be no big intervention during those times. If you have any questions regarding the presentations please contact our school resource officer, David Liddil, and he will be happy to help.

1/14 Announcements:

  1. PFK meeting this Wednesday, from 6:00 - 7:00 pm in the RMS media center. We hope to see you there!

  2. Congratulations to Next Generation on their first Grand Champion win of the Season. Next Gen beat out 5 other show choirs and won Best Set, Best Vocals, and Best Male Soloists- Luke Niehaus. The Best Performer Award for Ross went Jared Archer. Congratulations to all! What a great way to start the season!

  3. There will be no 5th or 6th grade choir Monday.

  4. Attention current 6th and 7th grade girls who would like to play volleyball for RMS next fall.  There will be an informational meeting at RHS, on Wednesday, Jan 16th, at 7:00 pm in the RHS Media Center. 8th grade girls interested in playing volleyball at RHS next year should attend this meeting as well.

  5. 8th grade boys soccer players interested in playing soccer for RHS next year - Coach Bush has scheduled weight lifting which will run from 7:00 - 8:00 at Ross High School starting this Thursday (1/17) and from then on every Wednesday and Thursday. Contact Coach Bush if you have any questions.

  6. The RMS wrestling team returned to action Friday at the Tri-State Open hosted by Harrison. The Rams would face great competition all evening and end up finishing in 7th place out of 23 teams. Placing 6th for the Rams were Raymond Beneker and Titus Ray. Placing 4th was Ryan Iams. Placing 3rd was Jaiden Earls. Placing 1st, and staying undefeated, were Jovanni Greco and Bryson Bastin. Great job Rams!

  7. Officer Liddil will be making school safety presentations to all of our students THIS week. Here is the schedule:

Tuesday January 15th - Dream Team & A Team

Wednesday, January 16th - Extreme Team & Select Team

Friday, January 18 - 5th grade All Stars & Spirit & Elite Team

Students - Please note all presentations will take place in the cafeteria during intervention. All students must report to the cafeteria with their team and there will be no big intervention during those times. If you have any questions regarding the presentations please contact our school resource officer, David Liddil, and he will be happy to help.

1/11 Announcements:

  1. Report cards will be sent home today.

  2. Best of luck to Next Gen as they open their season in Beavercreek this evening!

  3. The Ross FFA/BT Chapter @ RHS is starting a “Little Aggies” Program for interested 7th and 8th grade students. Our first meeting is January 16th right after school. 7th & 8th grade homeroom teachers will have a parent letter to send home or students can get a copy from the information kiosk by the main office. Please return the permission slip by Friday Jan. 11th. Students - if you are unable to attend the first meeting, don’t worry, you will be welcome to sign up for the next one! The Little Aggies will meet the third Wednesday of every month. Also, please sign up for the Remind App to get updates and more information (instructions are on the parent letter).

  4. Attention current 6th and 7th grade girls who would like to play volleyball for RMS next fall.  There will be an informational meeting at RHS, on Wednesday, Jan 16th, at 7:00 pm in the RHS Media Center. 8th grade girls interested in playing volleyball at RHS next year should attend this meeting as well.

  5. Officer Liddil will be making school safety presentations to all of our students next week. Here is the schedule:

Tuesday January 15th - Dream Team & A Team

Wednesday, January 16th - Extreme Team & Select Team

Friday, January 18 - 5th grade All Stars & Spirit & Elite Team

Students - Please note all presentations will take place in the cafeteria during intervention. All students must report to the cafeteria with their team and there will be no big intervention during those times. If you have any questions regarding the presentations please contact our school resource officer, David Liddil, and he will be happy to help.

1/10 Announcements:

  1. Report cards will be sent home on Friday.

  2. 7th GBK - Ross 30 / Harrison 22!  Anslee White had 8 points, Mya Boze had 6, Mia Jackson & Dana Bosse had 4,and  Maddie Davis had 3. The victory moves their overall record to 5-3. Great job!

  3. The Ross FFA/BT Chapter @ RHS is starting a “Little Aggies” Program for interested 7th and 8th grade students. Our first meeting is January 16th right after school. 7th & 8th grade homeroom teachers will have a parent letter to send home or students can get a copy from the information kiosk by the main office. Please return the permission slip by Friday Jan. 11th. Students - if you are unable to attend the first meeting, don’t worry, you will be welcome to sign up for the next one! The Little Aggies will meet the third Wednesday of every month. Also, please sign up for the Remind App to get updates and more information (instructions are on the parent letter).

  4. Attention current 6th and 7th grade girls who would like to play volleyball for RMS next fall.  There will be an informational meeting at RHS, on Wednesday, Jan 16th, at 7:00 pm in the RHS Media Center. 8th grade girls interested in playing volleyball at RHS next year should attend this meeting as well.

  5. Officer Liddil will be making school safety presentations to all of our students next week. Here is the schedule:

Tuesday January 15th - Dream Team & A Team

Wednesday, January 16th - Extreme Team & Select Team

Friday, January 18 - 5th grade All Stars & Spirit & Elite Team

Students - Please note all presentations will take place in the cafeteria during intervention. All students must report to the cafeteria with their team and there will be no big intervention during those times. If you have any questions regarding the presentations please contact our school resource officer, David Liddil, and he will be happy to help.

1/9 Announcements:

  1. Report cards will be sent home on Friday.

  2. Chess Club will meet today after school in Mrs. Emenaker's room.  You may bring a snack and a drink if you like. Please have a ride by 3:50.

  3. The Ross FFA/BT Chapter @ RHS is starting a “Little Aggies” Program for interested 7th and 8th grade students. Our first meeting is January 16th right after school. 7th & 8th grade homeroom teachers will have a parent letter to send home or students can get a copy from the information kiosk by the main office. Please return the permission slip by Friday Jan. 11th. Students - if you are unable to attend the first meeting, don’t worry, you will be welcome to sign up for the next one! The Little Aggies will meet the third Wednesday of every month. Also, please sign up for the Remind App to get updates and more information (instructions are on the parent letter).

  4. Attention current 6th and 7th grade girls who would like to play volleyball for RMS next fall.  There will be an informational meeting at RHS, on Wednesday, Jan 16th, at 7:00 pm in the RHS Media Center.

  5. Officer Liddil will be making school safety presentations to all of our students next week. Here is the schedule:

Tuesday January 15th - Dream Team & A Team

Wednesday, January 16th - Extreme Team & Select Team

Friday, January 18 - 5th grade All Stars & Spirit & Elite Team

Students - Please note all presentations will take place in the cafeteria during intervention. All students must report to the cafeteria with their team and there will be no big intervention during those times. If you have any questions regarding the presentations please contact our school resource officer, David Liddil, and he will be happy to help.

1/8 Announcements:

  1. Report cards will be sent home on Friday.

  2. Book Club members - your next meeting is today!

  3. Chess Club will meet this Wednesday in Mrs. Emenaker's room.  You may bring a snack and a drink if you like. Please have a ride by 3:50.

  4. The RMS basketball teams had a great night Monday!  Both the 7th & 8th grade boys teams beat Talawanda. The 7th grade continues to be undefeated.  The 7th grade girls also won led by J C Newmaier, Ellie Finger, Lilly Follick, Mia Jackson, and Dana Bosse had 4 points each record 4-3

  5. Officer Liddil will be making school safety presentations to all of our students next week. Here is the schedule:

Tuesday January 15th - Dream Team & A Team

Wednesday, January 16th - Extreme Team & Select Team

Friday, January 18 - 5th grade All Stars & Spirit & Elite Team

Students - Please note all presentations will take place in the cafeteria during intervention. All students must report to the cafeteria with their team and there will be no big intervention during those times. If you have any questions regarding the presentations please contact our school resource officer, David Liddil, and he will be happy to help.

1/7 Announcements:

  1. Happy New Year! Today is the first day of the 3rd quarter. Let’s get off to a great start RMS! Report cards will be sent home on Friday.

  2. Book Club members - your next meeting is on Tuesday, January 8

  3. Congratulations to our three RMS Rambotics teams that completed in the Cincinnati District FIRST LEGO League Tournament this past Saturday! These teams had great performances amid a 32-team field of fierce competition. Special congratulations to the Ross Mythical Dragons, who brought home the 2nd Place Robot Performance Award. Kudos to all our RMS Rambotics LEGO League Teams for a stellar Into Orbit competition season!

  4. Chess Club will meet this Wednesday in Mrs. Emenaker's room.  You may bring a snack and a drink if you like. Please have a ride by 3:50.

  5. The RMS wrestling team ended their holiday break by competing at the Lebanon Junior High Duals on Saturday. The Rams would face tough competition but would defeat Springboro, Clinton Massie, Blanchester, Sycamore, Little Miami, and would earn place in the final round by defeating Lebanon 43-40. Wrestlers that went undefeated Saturday were Jovanni Greco, Jaiden Earls, Bryson Bastin, Frankie Gifford, and Bradley Allgeier. The Rams record is currently 16-2 and they have earned 3 championships so far this season. Great job Rams!

  6. Officer Liddil will be making school safety presentations to all of our students next week. Here is the schedule:

Tuesday January 15th - Dream Team & A Team

Wednesday, January 16th - Extreme Team & Select Team

Friday, January 18 - 5th grade All Stars & Spirit & Elite Team

Students - Please note all presentations will take place in the cafeteria during intervention. All students must report to the cafeteria with their team and there will be no big intervention during those times. If you have any questions regarding the presentations please contact our school resource officer, David Liddil, and he will be happy to help.

12/20 Announcements:

  1. Today is the last day of the quarter. In addition, we are on the assembly schedule for this afternoon’s RAM Rally.

  2. This week our RMS SALT (Student Athletic Leadership Team) will be collecting gently used shoes and coats.If you have any coats or shoes that can be donated, please bring them to school and SALT will bag them up and take them to local charities to find them a good home.  We will be accepting items from 12/17-12/20 (Mon-Thurs). Thank you and Happy Holidays!

  3. Fifth grade students presented their bee projects at last night’s BEE the Change event and did a terrific job! Congratulations on such an outstanding event. Way to go 5th grade!!

  4. Do Good December continues RMS! Today is “Smile at 5 people you don’t know.”

12/19 Announcements:

  1. The end of the 2nd quarter / 1st semester is rapidly approaching (Thursday, Dec 20th is the end!). Make sure you are monitoring your grades.

  2. This week our RMS SALT (Student Athletic Leadership Team) will be collecting gently used shoes and coats.If you have any coats or shoes that can be donated, please bring them to school and SALT will bag them up and take them to local charities to find them a good home.  We will be accepting items from 12/17-12/20 (Mon-Thurs). Thank you and Happy Holidays!

  3. All students and staff are invited to Bee the Change Night TONIGHT from 6-7. Fifth grade students will be presenting their bee projects. We hope you will BEE there!

  4. Lunch menu update: Today is a special treat - Holiday Dinner of Turkey or Ham, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Green Beans, Fruit, Jello / Cookies! Yum!; Thursday Taco in a bag & Fixins, Corn, and Fruit! It’s a great week to buy lunch RMS!

  5. 6/7/8th grade band members put on an incredible show last night!! Congratulations on another awesome concert!

  6. Do Good December continues RMS! Today is “Leave a positive note for someone to find”

12/18 Announcements:

  1. The next 7th and 8th grade science club meeting will be tonight from 2:50 to 4:30 in room 201. We will be watching the new National Geographic film, Science Fair.  See your science teacher for more information.

  2. The Ram basketball teams went 3-1 last night!  Both the girls teams won and the 7th grade boys added a victory as well.  The 7th grade girls won 18-10 behind a great defensive effort by the entire team and 5 points by Annslee White.  The 8th grade won 33-28 and were paced by Savannah Holmes with 10. Aidan Brown hit a free throw with 3 seconds left to lift the 7th grade boy to a one point victory!!!  The girls are both 3-2 on the season and the 7th grade boys are 5-0. The 8th grade boys fell to Little Miami to move to 4-1.

  3. The end of the 2nd quarter / 1st semester is rapidly approaching (Thursday, Dec 20th is the end!). Make sure you are monitoring your grades.

  4. Attention all students and staff! The winter edition of the Ram Pages newspaper is ready for you to enjoy! Check it out on Schoology and the Student Hub for some great articles about school events, holidays, sports, entertainment, and many more! We hope you enjoy.

  5. This week our RMS SALT (Student Athletic Leadership Team) will be collecting gently used shoes and coats.If you have any coats or shoes that can be donated, please bring them to school and SALT will bag them up and take them to local charities to find them a good home.  We will be accepting items from 12/17-12/20 (Mon-Thurs). Thank you and Happy Holidays!

  6. All students and staff are invited to Bee the Change Night on December 19 from 6-7. Fifth grade students will be presenting their bee projects. We hope you will BEE there!

  7. Lunch menu update: Monday, chicken nuggets; Tuesday Boneless Wings & Sun Chips; Wednesday is a special treat - Holiday Dinner of Turkey or Ham, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Green Beans, Fruit, Jello / Cookies! Yum!; Thursday Taco in a bag & Fixins, Corn, and Fruit! It’s a great week to buy lunch RMS!

  8. Reminder there is full band for 6th grade today. All 5th grade band members should pick up their instruments and their first homework assignments from the band room today during intervention!   Please come and support the RMS Bands tonight at their holiday concert- 7:00 pm in the RHS Auditorium. There are no tickets needed, instead we ask you bring a canned good to support a local food pantry this holiday season.

  9. Attention 5th grade choir members- if possible, please come down during intervention to rehearse our song for 'Be the Change' night

  10. Do Good December continues RMS! Today is “Remind someone how amazing they are”

12/17 Announcements:

  1. The next 7th and 8th grade science club meeting will be on Tuesday, December 18 from 2:50 to 4:30 in room 201. We will be watching the new National Geographic film, Science Fair.  See your science teacher for more information.

  2. The end of the 2nd quarter / 1st semester is rapidly approaching (Thursday, Dec 20th is the end!). Make sure you are monitoring your grades.

  3. Attention all students and staff! The winter edition of the Ram Pages newspaper is ready for you to enjoy! Check it out on Schoology and the Student Hub for some great articles about school events, holidays, sports, entertainment, and many more! We hope you enjoy.

  4. This week our RMS SALT (Student Athletic Leadership Team) will be collecting gently used shoes and coats.If you have any coats or shoes that can be donated, please bring them to school and SALT will bag them up and take them to local charities to find them a good home.  We will be accepting items from 12/17-12/20 (Mon-Thurs). Thank you and Happy Holidays!

  5. The RMS wrestling team was back in action Saturday hosting the annual Ross Holiday Dual tournament. Throughout the years the holiday dual tournament has been an exciting event in which RMS faces some of the best teams in the region, and this year was no different. The Rams would start things off in terrific fashion by defeating Valley View 60-12. Their next opponent would be Loveland, and after a very difficult dual and some very close matches, the Rams would lose 31-48. The Rams would rally though, defeating Western Brown 60-21 and Talawanda, 96-0. In the final round, the Rams would face off against Lebanon, a team who had beaten Loveland earlier in the day. The Rams would save their best for last, and would defeat Lebanon by a score of 55-33. At the conclusion of wrestling for the day there would be a 3 way tie for first, with Ross, Lebanon, and Loveland all having the same record of 4-1. Using the tie-breaker criteria of total team points scored during those two contests, it was determined that Ross would be the Holiday Duals Champions! Going undefeated on the day were Jovanni Greco, Brayden Bastin, Ryan Foster, Bryson Bastin, and Bradley Allgeier. A special shoutout to Jovanni Greco, Bryson Bastin, and Bradley Allgeier, who at the halfway point of the season, stand undefeated. Congrats to all the wrestlers on a fantastic weekend!

  6. Lunch menu update: Monday, chicken nuggets; Tuesday Boneless Wings & Sun Chips; Wednesday is a special treat - Holiday Dinner of Turkey or Ham, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Green Beans, Fruit, Jello / Cookies! Yum!; Thursday Taco in a bag & Fixins, Corn, and Fruit! It’s a great week to buy lunch RMS!

  7. Reminder there is full band for 6th grade today and tomorrow. All 5th grade band members should pick up their instruments and their first homework assignments from the band room tomorrow during intervention!  Anyone not in choir can pick them up today. Please come and support the RMS Bands tomorrow night at their holiday concert- 7:00 pm in the RHS Auditorium.  There are no tickets needed, instead we ask you bring a canned good to support a local food pantry this holiday season.

  8. The PFK donation campaign has wrapped up and the homerooms winning the donut parties are….5th grade Holden(collecting  $255.18 the highest amount in the entire school!), 6th grade Emenaker, 7th grade Lake, and 8th grade Brown. PFK will deliver donuts to the middle school on Wednesday morning for your reward! PFK collected almost $1100 during the campaign! A big thank you to all who contributed and for all of your ongoing support!

  9. Do Good December continues RMS! Today is “Compliment 5 people"

12/14 Announcements:

  1. Today is the Tomorrow is a final day for PFK collections. The leading classrooms going into this morning.... 5th HOLDEN; 6th STEWART; 7th LAKE; 8th ECK Thank you for all of your support RMS! Get in those final donations!

  2. Attention all 5-8 choir students: Today we are going to the high school to practice for Tis the Season Spectacular which starts tonight! Bring your coat and be on time to class so you are not left behind. The concert this evening will last about an hour and half- you will need to stay the whole time. Previously purchased tickets will be available for pick up at the ticket table outside the PAC. Please make sure to wear the proper clothes and come at the correct time for your calltime. (All of this information has been shared repeatedly - please refer to you emails and other communications for additional specifics). Reminder -  The Tis the Season choral concerts this Friday and Saturday are SOLD OUT! There are no tickets available at the door.

  3. Congratulations to Laney Johnson who won the final round of the Spelling Bee, and also to Logan Britt, who is the runner-up. Laney was also Ross Middle School's Spelling Bee champion in 2016. Congratulations to Braedon Thatcher and Madison Fox who also made the final round of the spelling bee!

  4. Just a friendly reminder today is the final day, student council and the cheerleaders will have 2 booths set up before school and during lunch. Student Council will be selling frosty grams for 50 cents each. Send a frosty gram to anyone you’d like! Proceeds benefit families in need in our very own community. The cheerleaders will be selling tickets to pie one of the selected teachers in the face at our Ram Rally on the 20th. There will also be a raffle to be a participant in one of the minute to win it games played during the rally. Tickets will also be 50 cents each.

  5. Mrs. Brown’s 8th grade language arts class is participating in a project called random acts of kindness. Help them collect Toys For Tots donations all of this week to help kids in need! Just drop off any unused toys in the boxes in the lobby. Make sure they are not wrapped and are still in their packaging.

  6. The next 7th and 8th grade science club meeting will be on Tuesday, December 18 from 2:50 to 4:30 in room 201. We will be watching the new National Geographic film, Science Fair.  See your science teacher for more information.

  7. The end of the 2nd quarter / 1st semester is rapidly approaching (Thursday, Dec 20th is the end!). Make sure you are monitoring your grades.

  8. Attention all students and staff! The winter edition of the Ram Pages newspaper is ready for you to enjoy! Check it out on Schoology and the Student Hub for some great articles about school events, holidays, sports, entertainment, and many more! We hope you enjoy.

  9. Next week our RMS SALT (Student Athletic Leadership Team) will be collecting gently used shoes and coats.If you have any coats or shoes that can be donated, please bring them to school and SALT will bag them up and take them to local charities to find them a good home.  We will be accepting items from 12/17-12/20 (Mon-Thurs). Thank you and Happy Holidays!

  10. Do Good December continues RMS! Today is “Say good morning to 5 people”. Good Morning RMS!!!” Don’t forget to continue doing good Saturday and Sunday… “Write a letter or call to thank someone who made a difference in your life” & then “Call a friend or family member you haven’t seen for a while”

 

12/13 Announcements:

  1. PFK (Parents for Kids) - Open Monetary Donation Campaign continues this week! PFK supports a variety of activities at RMS including PIE awards, field day inflatables, Rambotics shirts, 8th grade Flub mobile to name but a few.  Simply bring in any donations and turn them into your homeroom teacher. In addition, a fun competition will take place... The top fundraising homeroom in each grade level will win a DONUT PARTY. Support PFK! You can also visit the PFK portion of the website for more information! Students, the competition is really heating up...Results from the first week of donations are: 5th tie between Ballauer and Holden; 6th Downs; 7th Woodrum; 8th Brown. The contest continues through this Friday so support PFK!

  2. Just a friendly reminder this week, the 10th-14th, student council and the cheerleaders will have 2 booths set up before school and during lunch. Student Council will be selling frosty grams for 50 cents each. Send a frosty gram to anyone you’d like! Proceeds benefit families in need in our very own community. The cheerleaders will be selling tickets to pie one of the selected teachers in the face at our Ram Rally on the 20th. There will also be a raffle to be a participant in one of the minute to win it games played during the rally. Tickets will also be 50 cents each.

  3. The Tis the Season choral concerts this Friday and Saturday are SOLD OUT!

  4. 7th grade girls won last night!  Ross 31 Pleasant Run 19. Mya Boze had 10 points Danna Bosse had 4 Anlee White  had 7 and Katlyn Lampe had 3. The girls are 2-2 on the season.

  5. The 8th grade girls took down previously undefeated Pleasant Run last night!!  Adi Johnson led the way with 8 points. While Annabelle Smith and Gretchen Chaney had 7 a piece.

  6. Both the 7th and 8th grade boys won as well!  It was a sweep for the RAMS over the Knights!

  7. Mrs. Brown’s 8th grade language arts class is participating in a project called random acts of kindness. Help them collect Toys For Tots donations all of this week to help kids in need! Just drop off any unused toys in the boxes in the lobby. Make sure they are not wrapped and are still in their packaging.

  8. The next 7th and 8th grade science club meeting will be on Tuesday, December 18 from 2:50 to 4:30 in room 201. We will be watching the new National Geographic film, Science Fair.  See your science teacher for more information.

  9. The end of the 2nd quarter / 1st semester is rapidly approaching (Thursday, Dec 20th is the end!). Make sure you are monitoring your grades.

  10. No 5th or 6th grade band today

12/12 Announcements:

  1. PFK (Parents for Kids) - Open Monetary Donation Campaign continues this week! PFK supports a variety of activities at RMS including PIE awards, field day inflatables, Rambotics shirts, 8th grade Flub mobile to name but a few.  Simply bring in any donations and turn them into your homeroom teacher. In addition, a fun competition will take place... The top fundraising homeroom in each grade level will win a DONUT PARTY. Support PFK! You can also visit the PFK portion of the website for more information! Students, the competition is really heating up...Results from the first week of donations are: 5th tie between Ballauer and Holden; 6th Downs; 7th Woodrum; 8th Brown. The contest continues through this Friday so support PFK!

  2. Just a friendly reminder this week, the 10th-14th, student council and the cheerleaders will have 2 booths set up before school and during lunch. Student Council will be selling frosty grams for 50 cents each. Send a frosty gram to anyone you’d like! Proceeds benefit families in need in our very own community. The cheerleaders will be selling tickets to pie one of the selected teachers in the face at our Ram Rally on the 20th. There will also be a raffle to be a participant in one of the minute to win it games played during the rally. Tickets will also be 50 cents each.

  3. The Tis the Season choral concerts this Friday and Saturday are SOLD OUT!

  4. This is a reminder for all Ram Pages writers- Don't forget if you are attending our party, it is coming up this Wednesday, December 12 from 2:50-3:30.

  5. Chess Club will meet today after school. You may bring a snack and a drink.

  6. Mrs. Brown’s 8th grade language arts class is participating in a project called random acts of kindness. Help them collect Toys For Tots donations all of this week to help kids in need! Just drop off any unused toys in the boxes in the lobby. Make sure they are not wrapped and are still in their packaging.

  7. The next 7th and 8th grade science club meeting will be on Tuesday, December 18 from 2:50 to 4:30 in room 201. We will be watching the new National Geographic film, Science Fair.  See your science teacher for more information.

  8. Dream Team 8th graders, - enjoy your trip to Butler Tech. Remember you are representing RMS - we want you to learn, explore and come back inspired.

  9. The end of the 2nd quarter / 1st semester is rapidly approaching (Thursday, Dec 20th is the end!). Make sure you are monitoring your grades.

  10. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the band concert for 6,7, & 8th grade is going to be rescheduled for next Tuesday night, December 18th at 7:00 in the Ross High School Auditorium. The schedule on December 18th for the concert will be the same. Please contact Mrs. Duncan if you have any questions/concerns.  ** No 6th grade band today due to Mrs. Duncan's absence **

  11. The RMS wrestling team was back in action last night against Lakota West and Fairfield. The Rams would start things off against Fairfield and, after a back and forth dual the score would end at a tie, 40 to 40, and would be decided by tie breaker criteria. After a lengthy discussion with the referees and coaches, it was determined Fairfield won based on the 7th tie breaker criteria. The Rams would then face Lakota West and soundly defeat them, 57-24. Continuing their undefeated records were Jovanni Greco, Bryson Bastin, and Bradley Allgeier. The wrestling team will be back in action this weekend as the Rams host will Loveland, Valley View, Western Brown, Talawanda, and Lebanon at the annual Ross Holiday Duals. Nice job Rams and good luck this weekend.

  12. Do Good December continues RMS! Today is “Talk to or sit with someone different"

12/11 Announcements:

  1. PFK (Parents for Kids) - Open Monetary Donation Campaign continues this week! PFK supports a variety of activities at RMS including PIE awards, field day inflatables, Rambotics shirts, 8th grade Flub mobile to name but a few.  Simply bring in any donations and turn them into your homeroom teacher. In addition, a fun competition will take place... The top fundraising homeroom in each grade level will win a DONUT PARTY. Support PFK! You can also visit the PFK portion of the website for more information! Students, the competition is really heating up...Results from the first week of donations are: 5th tie between Ballauer and Holden; 6th Downs; 7th Woodrum; 8th Brown. The contest continues through this Friday so support PFK!

  2. Just a friendly reminder this week, the 10th-14th, student council and the cheerleaders will have 2 booths set up before school and during lunch. Student Council will be selling frosty grams for 50 cents each. Send a frosty gram to anyone you’d like! Proceeds benefit families in need in our very own community. The cheerleaders will be selling tickets to pie one of the selected teachers in the face at our Ram Rally on the 20th. There will also be a raffle to be a participant in one of the minute to win it games played during the rally. Tickets will also be 50 cents each.

  3. Tis the Season Concert is coming to Ross this Friday and Saturday! As of yesterday afternoon, Friday night & Saturday afternoon at 2:00 are SOLD OUT, there are a small number available for the Saturday show at 6 pm. Please get your ticket orders in ASAP!

  4. This is a reminder for all Ram Pages writers- Don't forget if you are attending our party, it is coming up this Wednesday, December 12 from 2:50-3:30.

  5. Chess Club will meet this Wednesday after school. You may bring a snack and a drink.

  6. Mrs. Brown’s 8th grade language arts class is participating in a project called random acts of kindness. Help them collect Toys For Tots donations all of this week to help kids in need! Just drop off any unused toys in the boxes in the lobby. Make sure they are not wrapped and are still in their packaging.

  7. Congrats to our 7th and 8th grade boys basketball teams who both defeated Edgewood last night!!!  

  8. The next 7th and 8th grade science club meeting will be on Tuesday, December 18 from 2:50 to 4:30 in room 201. We will be watching the new National Geographic film, Science Fair.  See your science teacher for more information.

  9. Extreme Team 8th graders, you did an excellent job at Butler Tech yesterday. A Team 8th graders - enjoy your trip to Butler Tech. Remember you are representing RMS - we want you to learn, explore and come back inspired. Dream Team 8th graders, your trip is tomorrow.

  10. Do Good December continues RMS! Today is “Thank someone who works in a serving capacity”. A thank you to someone who helps us goes a long way RMS!

 

12/10 Announcements:

  1. PFK (Parents for Kids) - Open Monetary Donation Campaign continues this week! PFK supports a variety of activities at RMS including PIE awards, field day inflatables, Rambotics shirts, 8th grade Flub mobile to name but a few.  Simply bring in any donations and turn them into your homeroom teacher. In addition, a fun competition will take place... The top fundraising homeroom in each grade level will win a DONUT PARTY. Support PFK! You can also visit the PFK portion of the website for more information! Students, the competition is really heating up...Results from the first week of donations are: 5th tie between Ballauer and Holden; 6th Downs; 7th Woodrum; 8th Brown. The contest continues through this Friday so support PFK!

  2. The boys basketball team will host Edgewood tonight at 4:30 and the girls are at Edgewood.  C’mon out and support the RAMS!

  3. Just a friendly reminder this week, the 10th-14th, student council and the cheerleaders will have 2 booths set up before school and during lunch. Student Council will be selling frosty grams for 50 cents each. Send a frosty gram to anyone you’d like! Proceeds benefit families in need in our very own community. The cheerleaders will be selling tickets to pie one of the selected teachers in the face at our Ram Rally on the 20th. There will also be a raffle to be a participant in one of the minute to win it games played during the rally. Tickets will also be 50 cents each.

  4. Attention All choirs: Please bring your jackets to class everyday this week as we may go over to the high school to prepare for Tis the Season.

  5. Tis the Season Concert is coming to Ross this Friday and Saturday! As of yesterday, Friday night is SOLD OUT, there are less than 20 tickets available for the Saturday show at 2 pm and less than 90 available for the Saturday show at 7 pm. Please get your ticket orders in ASAP!

  6. This is a reminder for all Ram Pages writers- Don't forget if you are attending our party, it is coming up this Wednesday, December 12 from 2:50-3:30.

  7. Chess Club will meet this Wednesday after school. You may bring a snack and a drink.

  8. Do Good December continues RMS! Today is “Secretly do something kind for someone else!”

 

12/7 Announcements:

  1. PFK (Parents for Kids) - Open Monetary Donation Campaign begins TODAY! This event will run for 2 weeks (December 3rd to December 14th). Students - there is NO selling of any sort required, only donations! Any amount you can donate will be greatly appreciated. PFK supports a variety of activities at RMS including PIE awards, field day inflatables, Rambotics shirts, 8th grade Flub mobile to name but a few  Simply bring in any donations and turn them into your homeroom teacher. In addition, a fun competition will take place... The top fundraising homeroom in each grade level will win a DONUT PARTY. Support PFK! Students - you received a flyer to take home in homeroom last week with information regarding PFK and this event. You can also visit the PFK portion of the website for more information!

  2. Choir tickets are on sale! Get yours now (see Mrs. Mappes or a choir student). We WILL sell out so hurry and place your order!

  3. On Monday our boys basketball teams will host Edgewood.  Come on out and support the RAMS!

  4. The RMS wrestling team was back in  action as they faced off against Oak Hills and Harrison last night. The Rams would easily handle Oak Hills, beating them 70-6. Next the Rams wound face off against their SWOC arch rival, Harrison. Heading into the match up, both Ross and Harrison were undefeated, and favored to be the top two teams in the SWOC this year. The Rams would start slow and were down 9-37 at one point, but would rally winning 6 straight matches! Going into the final match of the dual, the score was tied 37 all. Cade Tatum, with the entire contest resting on his match, seized the moment and pinned his opponent, winning the dual for tRMS with a final score of 43-37! Congrats to Cade and the entire team on a fantastic win. Good luck to our wrestlers as they travel to Fairfield this weekend!

  5. Just a friendly reminder that starting next week, the 10th-14th, student council and the cheerleaders will have 2 booths set up before school and during lunch. Student Council will be selling frosty grams for 50 cents each. Send a frosty gram to anyone you’d like! Proceeds benefit families in need in our very own community. The cheerleaders will be selling tickets to pie one of the selected teachers in the face at our Ram Rally on the 20th. There will also be a raffle to be a participant in one of the minute to win it games played during the rally. Tickets will also be 50 cents each.

  6. Congratulations to the RHS choir for winning the Q102 Jeff & Jen Christmas contest! A huge thank you to all who voted for them!

  7. All 5th Grade Band Students- If you were unable to make the band meeting last night- see Mrs. Duncan in the band room this morning for all the paperwork!  Anyone who still wants to sign up, you have until Monday of next week!

  8. The athletic booster Craft Show will take place this Saturday at RMS.

  9. Do Good December continues RMS!  Friday is “Tell / leave a note for someone that they are doing a great job!”. Don’t forget to carry the kindness throughout the weekend! Saturday is “Give a treat to a friend or neighbor” and Sunday is “Do a favor for someone without asking for anything in return”.  Thank you everyone for all of the “Do Good-ing” so far this month! Keep it up RMS!

12/6 Announcements:

  1. PFK (Parents for Kids) - Open Monetary Donation Campaign begins TODAY! This event will run for 2 weeks (December 3rd to December 14th). Students - there is NO selling of any sort required, only donations! Any amount you can donate will be greatly appreciated. PFK supports a variety of activities at RMS including PIE awards, field day inflatables, Rambotics shirts, 8th grade Flub mobile to name but a few  Simply bring in any donations and turn them into your homeroom teacher. In addition, a fun competition will take place... The top fundraising homeroom in each grade level will win a DONUT PARTY. Support PFK! Students - you received a flyer to take home in homeroom last week with information regarding PFK and this event. You can also visit the PFK portion of the website for more information!

  2. Choir tickets are on sale! Get yours now (see Mrs. Mappes or a choir student). We WILL sell out so hurry and place your order!

  3. 5th Graders- It's not too late!  Don't forget to get your band papers turned into Mrs. Duncan and to attend the meeting this Thursday night at 6:30 pm in the RMS Cafeteria!  

  4. Do Good December continues RMS!  Today we’re asking everyone to be aware of others and to “Encourage someone who looks like they’re having a rough day”. We all need some kindness sometimes so let’s share it with others RMS!

  5. Last night was a RAMS sweep for basketball!  All 4 teams defeated Mt. Healthy! The 8th grade girls won 46-9. Summer Kirby 14 points. Grace Riveria 6 points. 11 of the 13 players at the game scored.  The 8th Grade Boys Basketball team defeated Mt. Healthy team last night. 46-28. Leading the way for the Rams was Sully Spencer with 14 points. Collin Page with 12 points.   The 7th grade girls won 37-16. Mia Jackson had 11 points, Myah Boze 6, Jaice Neumaier, Ella Finger, Dana Bosse and Allison White had 4 a piece.

  6. Good luck to our wrestlers tonight as they travel to Harrison to battle the Wildcats and Highlanders!

12/5 Announcements:

  1. Attention Ram Pages writers! Our next meeting is TODAY from 2:50-3:30. Your article should be finished and shared with Mrs. Wormus. Remember that you have to attend the meeting for your article to be published.

  2. Attention all 5th grade students!  The time has finally come for you to be able to join 5th grade band!  All week you will receive information from Mrs. Duncan on how to join this awesome group!  There is a mandatory parent meeting on Thursday, December 6th at 6:30 pm in the RMS Cafeteria to get signed up.  Any questions? See Mrs. Duncan in the band room!

  3. PFK (Parents for Kids) - Open Monetary Donation Campaign begins TODAY! This event will run for 2 weeks (December 3rd to December 14th). Students - there is NO selling of any sort required, only donations! Any amount you can donate will be greatly appreciated. PFK supports a variety of activities at RMS including PIE awards, field day inflatables, Rambotics shirts, 8th grade Flub mobile to name but a few  Simply bring in any donations and turn them into your homeroom teacher. In addition, a fun competition will take place... The top fundraising homeroom in each grade level will win a DONUT PARTY. Support PFK! Students - you received a flyer to take home in homeroom last week with information regarding PFK and this event. You can also visit the PFK portion of the website for more information!

  4. Choir tickets are on sale! Get yours now (see Mrs. Mappes or a choir student). We WILL sell out so hurry and place your order!

  5. Student Council - If you do not have a permission slip for Angel Tree Shopping please find Mrs. Dourson sometime today!  Room 108 or Room 212.

  6. 5th Graders- It's not too late!  Don't forget to get your band papers turned into Mrs. Duncan and to attend the meeting this Thursday night at 6:30 pm in the RMS Cafeteria!  

  7. Today has been set aside for our nation to remember former President George H.W. Bush, who passed away last Friday evening.  Throughout his long life, he believed in the importance of public service to our country. During World War II, he flew missions as the Navy’s youngest pilot.  After years in the business world, he chose to serve is country once again. Before becoming president, he was a congressman, U.N. Ambassador, CIA director and vice president.  He devoted his later years to encouraging others to volunteer in their communities. President Bush believed in the importance of being kind to others. In his inauguration speech he said that:  "We as a people have such a purpose today. It is to make kinder the face of the nation and gentler the face of the world." Today, let’s remember President Bush and try to make our nation and world a kinder and gentler place.  

  8. Here at RMS, we continue Do Good December.  Today we’re asking all students and staff to be positive and have a “complain-free” day.  Let’s be mindful of our words and challenge ourselves to go the entire day without complaining about anything.  This can best be accomplished by focusing on the positives in your day

12/4 Announcements:

  1. Attention Ram Pages writers! Our next meeting is this Wednesday, December 5 from 2:50-3:30. Your article should be finished and shared with Mrs. Wormus. Remember that you have to attend the meeting for your article to be published.

  2. Attention all 5th grade students!  The time has finally come for you to be able to join 5th grade band!  All week you will receive information from Mrs. Duncan on how to join this awesome group!  There is a mandatory parent meeting on Thursday, December 6th at 6:30 pm in the RMS Cafeteria to get signed up.  Any questions? See Mrs. Duncan in the band room!

  3. PFK (Parents for Kids) - Open Monetary Donation Campaign begins TODAY! This event will run for 2 weeks (December 3rd to December 14th). Students - there is NO selling of any sort required, only donations! Any amount you can donate will be greatly appreciated. PFK supports a variety of activities at RMS including PIE awards, field day inflatables, Rambotics shirts, 8th grade Flub mobile to name but a few  Simply bring in any donations and turn them into your homeroom teacher. In addition, a fun competition will take place... The top fundraising homeroom in each grade level will win a DONUT PARTY. Support PFK! Students - you received a flyer to take home in homeroom last week with information regarding PFK and this event. You can also visit the PFK portion of the website for more information!

  4. Do Good December continues...  For Tuesday we’re asking that sometime today, you make a list of someone’s 3 best qualities and then share it with them.  You may choose someone here at school or at home tonight. If you missed a past day, catch up by doing that act of kindness in addition to today’s.

  5. Chess club is meeting on Tuesday, rather than Wednesday this week, due to a scheduling conflict.  You may bring in a snack and drink. Have a ride by 3:50.

  6. The 8th Grade Boys won against Harrison on Monday night. 48-40. Leading the way was Collin Page with 10 points. Chris Brown and Sully Spencer each with 9 points. Luke Fulmer and Kyle Becker with 5 points each. The boys travel to Mt. Healthy on Wednesday

  7. The 7th grade boys basketball team beat Harrison in their opener 52-29.  Isaac Nunn scored 19 and Aidan Brown chipped in 11.

  8. The 7th grade girls basketball team dropped a tough one last night 25-23 in overtime.  The girls are back at it tomorrow at home vs Mt Healthy.

  9. The 8th grade girls basketball team lost a close one to Harrison 29-25. Summer Kirby was leading scorer with 11.

  10. Reminder to all Book Club members: Book Club is this afternoon.  Please touch base with your teachers to remind them that you are attending and get any work that you will miss.  

  11. Choir tickets are on sale! Get yours now (see Mrs. Mappes or a choir student). We WILL sell out so hurry and place your order!

12/3 Announcements:

  1. The RMS SALT will meet tomorrow in the Media Center at 7:30am.

  2. The RMS wrestling team started off their season in spectacular fashion this past weekend by winning the Ram Duals tournament for the 2nd year in a row. The Rams would face tough competition the entire day, including the winners of the past two SWOC tournaments. In the end though the Rams would go on to defeat Little Miami, Edgewood, Wilmington, and Milford, a team that Ross has not beaten in 4 years, to claim 1st place! Going undefeated on the day for the Rams were Jovanni Greco, Bryson Bastin, Frankie Gifford, and Bradley Allgeier. The Rams will be back in action this week as they face Harrison and Oak Hills on Thursday. Great job Rams!

  3. The girls basketball team opens the season today at away vs Harrison.  7th grade at 4:30 and 8th grade right after. The boys are at home. Good luck!!!

  4. Attention all 5th grade students!  The time has finally come for you to be able to join 5th grade band!  All week you will receive information from Mrs. Duncan on how to join this awesome group!  There is a mandatory parent meeting on Thursday, December 6th at 6:30 pm in the RMS Cafeteria to get signed up.  Any questions? See Mrs. Duncan in the band room!

  5. Attention Choir Students: Tis the Season concerts pre sale tickets are on sale for choir kids families and are due by 12/3.  The concert will sell out so please pick up your pre sale order form and turn it in ASAP! Regular tickets go on sale 12/3.

  6. PFK (Parents for Kids) - Open Monetary Donation Campaign begins TODAY! This event will run for 2 weeks (December 3rd to December 14th). Students - there is NO selling of any sort required, only donations! Any amount you can donate will be greatly appreciated. PFK supports a variety of activities at RMS including PIE awards, field day inflatables, Rambotics shirts, 8th grade Flub mobile to name but a few  Simply bring in any donations and turn them into your homeroom teacher. In addition, a fun competition will take place... The top fundraising homeroom in each grade level will win a DONUT PARTY. Support PFK! Students - you received a flyer to take home in homeroom last week with information regarding PFK and this event. You can also visit the PFK portion of the website for more information!

  7. We have officially begun DO GOOD DECEMBER!  In homeroom Friday everyone should have received a copy of a calendar.  For each day in December we have listed a random act of kindness that everyone is capable of doing.  We want ALL of RMS, ALL students, All staff, to make kindness contagious! Complete the random act of kindness on each day in December.  You can always do more than one thing per day....A little kindness never hurt anyone! December 3rd is “Say hello to 5 different people”

  8. Congratulations to Nate Bulach and Mitchell Bowling for being selected to participate in the District 13 7th Grade Honor Band, and Jacob Swarthwood for making the JH Jazz band- the first student ever from Ross Middle School to make the jazz band!!

  9. RAMS (Really Awesome Music Students) of the week are: 6th Grade: Jordan Reid & 7/8th Grade: Jacob Swarthwood

11/30 Announcements:

  1. The first in-school yearbook sale ends today!. Cost is $28 and cash and check will be accepted. Credit card orders can still be made anytime on the Walsworth Yearbooks website. The link can be found on the Ross Middle School webpage under the yearbook section.

  2. Attention all 5th grade students!  The time has finally come for you to be able to join 5th grade band!  All week you will receive information from Mrs. Duncan on how to join this awesome group!  There is a mandatory parent meeting on Thursday, December 6th at 6:30 pm in the RMS Cafeteria to get signed up.  Any questions? See Mrs. Duncan in the band room!

  3. Attention Choir Students: Tis the Season concerts pre sale tickets are on sale for choir kids families and are due by 12/3.  The concert will sell out so please pick up your pre sale order form and turn it in ASAP! Regular tickets go on sale 12/3.

  4. PFK (Parents for Kids) - Open Monetary Donation Campaign begins on Monday! This event will run for 2 weeks (December 3rd to December 14th). Students - there is NO selling of any sort required, only donations! Any amount you can donate will be greatly appreciated. PFK supports a variety of activities at RMS including POE awards, field day inflatables, Rambotics shirts, 8th grade Flub mobile to name but a few  Simply bring in any donations and turn them into your homeroom teacher. In addition, a fun competition will take place... The top fundraising homeroom in each grade level will win a DONUT PARTY. Support PFK! Students - you will receive a flyer to take home in homeroom today with information regarding PFK and this event.

  5. Tomorrow, December 1st, officially begins DO GOOD DECEMBER!  In homeroom today everyone should receive a copy of a calendar.  For each day in December we have listed a random act of kindness that everyone is capable of doing.  We want ALL of RMS, ALL students, All staff, to make kindness contagious! Complete the random act of kindness on each day in December.  You can always do more than one thing per day....A little kindness never hurt anyone!

11/29 Announcements:

  1. Yearbooks will be on sale in the lobby before school Nov. 26 through Nov. 30 (THIS WEEK!). Cost is $28 and cash and check will be accepted. Credit card orders can be made anytime on the Walsworth Yearbooks website. The link can be found on the Ross Middle School webpage under the yearbook section.

  2. Attention all 5th grade students!  The time has finally come for you to be able to join 5th grade band!  All week you will receive information from Mrs. Duncan on how to join this awesome group!  There is a mandatory parent meeting on Thursday, December 6th at 6:30 pm in the RMS Cafeteria to get signed up.  Any questions? See Mrs. Duncan in the band room!

  3. Make-up pictures scheduled for today. If you need another form please get one from the main office.

  4. Attention Choir Students: Tis the Season concerts pre sale tickets are on sale for choir kids families and are due by 12/3.  The concert will sell out so please pick up your pre sale order form and turn it in ASAP! Regular tickets go on sale 12/3.

11/28 Announcements:

  1. Yearbooks will be on sale in the lobby before school Nov. 26 through Nov. 30 (THIS WEEK!). Cost is $28 and cash and check will be accepted. Credit card orders can be made anytime on the Walsworth Yearbooks website. The link can be found on the Ross Middle School webpage under the yearbook section.

  2. Attention all 5th grade students!  The time has finally come for you to be able to join 5th grade band!  All week you will receive information from Mrs. Duncan on how to join this awesome group!  There is a mandatory parent meeting on Thursday, December 6th at 6:30 pm in the RMS Cafeteria to get signed up.  Any questions? See Mrs. Duncan in the band room!

  3. The 7/8th grade choir has some exciting to news to share. 2 weeks ago, over 120 singers in 7/8 grade choir got together after school to record a song to enter into the Q102 Jeff and Jenn Christmas Choir Competition. We are so excited to announce that the Ross Middle School 7/8th grade choir has been selected as a semi-finalists and can now win up to $5000 by YOUR vote! Everyone can go to http://www.wkrq.com/contest/2018-jeff-jenn-christmas-choir-competition/ and click on the "2018 Jeff and Jenn Christmas Competition". Scroll down until you see Ross Middle School and click the blue button to vote. You can vote on any device every 24 hours. Voting end Weds 11/28 at 9 pm. Congratulations to all of our singers and go vote! Go Rams!

  4. Make-up pictures scheduled for tomorrow. If you need another form please get one from the main office.

11/27 Announcements:

  1. Yearbooks will be on sale in the lobby before school Nov. 26 through Nov. 30 (THIS WEEK!). Cost is $28 and cash and check will be accepted. Credit card orders can be made anytime on the Walsworth Yearbooks website. The link can be found on the Ross Middle School webpage under the yearbook section.

  2. Ram Pages needs your help! There is a new Ram Pages Poll posted on Schoology. Please answer the questions by Tuesday, November 27, and look for the results in the upcoming winter edition.

  3. Attention all 5th grade students!  The time has finally come for you to be able to join 5th grade band!  All week you will receive information from Mrs. Duncan on how to join this awesome group!  There is a mandatory parent meeting on Thursday, December 6th at 6:30 pm in the RMS Cafeteria to get signed up.  Any questions? See Mrs. Duncan in the band room!

  4. Next Science Club Meeting is Tuesday, November 27 from 2:50 to 3:50 in room 201.  We will be doing an egg drop project, so for part of the meeting we will be outside.  Bring your coat!

  5. The 7/8th grade choir has some exciting to news to share. 2 weeks ago, over 120 singers in 7/8 grade choir got together after school to record a song to enter into the Q102 Jeff and Jenn Christmas Choir Competition. We are so excited to announce that the Ross Middle School 7/8th grade choir has been selected as a semi-finalists and can now win up to $5000 by YOUR vote! Everyone can go to http://www.wkrq.com/contest/2018-jeff-jenn-christmas-choir-competition/ and click on the "2018 Jeff and Jenn Christmas Competition". Scroll down until you see Ross Middle School and click the blue button to vote. You can vote on any device every 24 hours. Voting end Weds 11/28 at 9 pm. Congratulations to all of our singers and go vote! Go Rams!

  6. Make-up pictures scheduled for tomorrow. If you need another form please get one from the main office.

11/26 Announcements:

  1. Yearbooks will be on sale in the lobby before school Nov. 26 through Nov. 30 (THIS WEEK!). Cost is $28 and cash and check will be accepted. Credit card orders can be made anytime on the Walsworth Yearbooks website. The link can be found on the Ross Middle School webpage under the yearbook section.

  2. Ram Pages needs your help! There is a new Ram Pages Poll posted on Schoology. Please answer the questions by Tuesday, November 27, and look for the results in the upcoming winter edition.

  3. Attention all 5th grade students!  The time has finally come for you to be able to join 5th grade band!  All week you will receive information from Mrs. Duncan on how to join this awesome group!  There is a mandatory parent meeting on Thursday, December 6th at 6:30 pm in the RMS Cafeteria to get signed up.  Any questions? See Mrs. Duncan in the band room!

  4. Next Science Club Meeting is Tuesday, November 27 from 2:50 to 3:50 in room 201.  We will be doing an egg drop project, so for part of the meeting we will be outside.  Bring your coat!

  5. The 7/8th grade choir has some exciting to news to share. 2 weeks ago, over 120 singers in 7/8 grade choir got together after school to record a song to enter into the Q102 Jeff and Jenn Christmas Choir Competition. We are so excited to announce that the Ross Middle School 7/8th grade choir has been selected as a semi-finalists and can now win up to $5000 by YOUR vote! Everyone can go to http://www.wkrq.com/contest/2018-jeff-jenn-christmas-choir-competition/ and click on the "2018 Jeff and Jenn Christmas Competition". Scroll down until you see Ross Middle School and click the blue button to vote. You can vote on any device every 24 hours. Voting end Weds 11/28 at 9 pm. Congratulations to all of our singers and go vote! Go Rams!

11/20 Announcements:

  1. Reminder - no school on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday this week. School resumes next Monday, 11/26/18.

  2. Yearbooks will be on sale in the lobby before school the week of Nov. 26 through Nov. 30. Cost is $28 and cash and check will be accepted. Credit card orders can be made anytime on the Walsworth Yearbooks website. The link can be found on the Ross Middle School webpage under the yearbook section.

  3. Ram Pages needs your help! There is a new Ram Pages Poll posted on Schoology. Please answer the questions by Tuesday, November 27, and look for the results in the upcoming winter edition.

  4. Students- the first round of the Spelling Bee will be held right after announcements today. Make sure you have a piece of paper and pencil ready if you are participating. Teachers: You will find the link right after the announcements. Please put your students' spelling bee papers in Ms. Rullman's box by 2:00.

  5. Thank you Ross Middle School for the great turn out with the canned food drive, we were able to collect 1,155 items for our local pantry. The team that collected the most and has won the pizza lunch is....the Elite Team!  Congrats Elite Team! 

11/19 Announcements:

  1. Reminder - no school on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday this week. School resumes next Monday, 11/26/18.

  2. Yearbooks will be on sale in the lobby before school the week of Nov. 26 through Nov. 30. Cost is $28 and cash and check will be accepted. Credit card orders can be made anytime on the Walsworth Yearbooks website. The link can be found on the Ross Middle School webpage under the yearbook section.

  3. Ram Pages will meet on Monday, November 19 from 2:50-3:30. Remember that you must attend the meeting to write for the winter edition, so come ready to write your article!

  4. Students- the first round of the Spelling Bee will be held tomorrow morning right after announcements. Make sure you have a piece of paper and pencil ready if you are participating. Teachers: The link will be emailed to you after announcements. Please put your students' spelling bee papers in Ms. Rullman's box by 2:00 on Tuesday.

  5. Today will be full choir for 6th grade, and tomorrow (Tuesday) will be full band for 6th grade. EVERYONE must attend on their assigned day. It is NOT optional!!

  6. Congratulations to all our RMS Rambotics FIRST LEGO League teams for their amazing performance at the Rambotics Regional this past weekend! Our teams shared Core Values, presented research projects, and completed on the robot playing field. They showed awesome enthusiasm and gracious professionalism throughout the tournament. We are very proud of each and every team member and coach! Our teams represented Ross Middle School with pride! Way to go Space Ducks, Galaga, LEGOMythical Dragons, SnakeBytes, and Bot Dynasty!!!

Congrats to Project Award winner SnakeBytes, Robot Design Award winner Ross Galaga, and 2nd Place Champion’s Award LEGO Mythical Dragons!  Also, kudos to Robot Elimination Round Finalist SnakeBytes and Robot Elimination Round Champion Bot Dynasty!

Ross Galaga, LEGO Mythical Dragons, and SnakeBytes will advance to the Cincinnati FIRST LEGO League District Tournament on January 5.

11/16 Announcements:

  1. All 7th grade football players please report to the lobby.

  1. Student council will be having the Canned Food Drive Nov 12th-16th (This Week!) to support our local food pantry!  Bring in canned food items, box meals, or toiletries. Drop all the items in the front lobby inside your Team and Grade level box.  The grade level team that collects the most items will a pizza lunch! Today is the last day to donate!

  2. The SALT group will be selling RAMS shirts in the lobby.  The proceeds will go towards buying Thanksgiving meals for families.  T-shirts are $10.

  3. Yearbooks will be on sale in the lobby before school the week of Nov. 26 through Nov. 30. Cost is $28 and cash and check will be accepted. Credit card orders can be made anytime on the Walsworth Yearbooks website. The link can be found on the Ross Middle School webpage under the yearbook section.

  4. Ram Pages will meet on Monday, November 19 from 2:50-3:30. Remember that you must attend the meeting to write for the winter edition, so come ready to write your article!

  5. Today is the midpoint of the 2nd quarter!

11/15 Announcements:

  1. Student council will be having the Canned Food Drive Nov 12th-16th (This Week!) to support our local food pantry!  Bring in canned food items, box meals, or toiletries. Drop all the items in the front lobby inside your Team and Grade level box.  The grade level team that collects the most items will a pizza lunch! Tomorrow is the last day to donate!

  2. The SALT group will be selling RAMS shirts in the lobby.  The proceeds will go towards buying Thanksgiving meals for families.  T-shirts are $10.

  3. Yearbooks will be on sale in the lobby before school the week of Nov. 26 through Nov. 30. Cost is $28 and cash and check will be accepted. Credit card orders can be made anytime on the Walsworth Yearbooks website. The link can be found on the Ross Middle School webpage under the yearbook section.

  4. Ram Pages will meet on Monday, November 19 from 2:50-3:30. Remember that you must attend the meeting to write for the winter edition, so come ready to write your article!

  5. This announcement is for those a part of the wrestling team. Please report to Coach Henry’s classroom after school today in room 208.  Do not go to the locker room after school, just go straight to Coach Henry’s room. Thank you.

  6. Lunch - a huge thank you to our cafeteria staff! Once again they outdid themselves serving an outstanding turkey lunch to the entire school!!  Thank you!!!! **Please note, today build a burrito day at lunch is now on Friday, today will be pepperoni calzone**

11/14 Announcements:

  1. Student council will be having the Canned Food Drive Nov 12th-16th (This Week!) to support our local food pantry!  Bring in canned food items, box meals, or toiletries. Drop all the items in the front lobby inside your Team and Grade level box.  The grade level team that collects the most items will a pizza lunch! Start collecting to support your community!

  2. Thanksgiving lunch at RMS today (Wednesday, November 14)!

  3. Chess club will meet this Wednesday, Nov. 14 after school in room 218.  You may bring a snack and drink if you like. This is open to all grade levels.  

  4. The SALT group will be selling RAMS shirts in the lobby.  The proceeds will go towards buying Thanksgiving meals for families.  T-shirts are $10.

  5. Yearbooks will be on sale in the lobby before school the week of Nov. 26 through Nov. 30. Cost is $28 and cash and check will be accepted. Credit card orders can be made anytime on the Walsworth Yearbooks website. The link can be found on the Ross Middle School webpage under the yearbook section.

11/13 Announcements:

  1. Student council will be having the Canned Food Drive Nov 12th-16th (This Week!) to support our local food pantry!  Bring in canned food items, box meals, or toiletries. Drop all the items in the front lobby inside your Team and Grade level box.  The grade level team that collects the most items will a pizza lunch! Start collecting to support your community!

  2. Reminder: Next Book Club meeting is today during 6th & 7th bell.  See Schoology for more information.

  3. Thanksgiving lunch at RMS tomorrow!

  4. Chess club will meet this Wednesday, Nov. 14 after school in room 218.  You may bring a snack and drink if you like. This is open to all grade levels.  

  5. The SALT group will be selling RAMS shirts in the lobby.  The proceeds will go towards buying Thanksgiving meals for families.  T-shirts are $10.

11/12 Announcements:

  1. Student council will be having the Canned Food Drive Nov 12th-16th (This Week!) to support our local food pantry!  Bring in canned food items, box meals, or toiletries. Drop all the items in the front lobby inside your Team and Grade level box.  The grade level team that collects the most items will a pizza lunch! Start collecting to support your community!

  2. Congratulations to this weeks RAMS (Really Awesome Music Students) for band! 6th Grade: Hannah Phillips & 7/8th Grade: Laney Johnson. Mrs. Duncan needs to see Jacob Swarthwood after announcements today in the band room.

  3. This announcement is for all those interested in being a part of this year’s RMS wrestling team. Practice officially starts today, after school. All those participating will need to change in the locker room, and report to the multi-purpose room. Please see coach Henry in room 208 with any questions.  

  4. Reminder: Next Book Club meeting is tomorrow during 6th & 7th bell.  See Schoology for more information.

  5. Reminder for NJHS students.  We have a 730am meeting tomorrow morning in Ms. Dizon's room.  Operation Holiday Child Wrap party is also tomorrow right after school till 3:30pm.  Snacks and drinks will be provided to those who stay for the wrap party.  Do not forget your materials to pack your box.  

  6. Sunday was Veteran’s Day - please remember to thank all of our veterans for their service!

11/9 Announcements:

  1. The Student Athletic Leadership Team is raising money to buy Thanksgiving meals for area families in need.  The SALT team is selling t-shirts.

  2. Student council will be having the Canned Food Drive Nov 12th-16th (Next week) to support our local food pantry!  Bring in canned food items, box meals, or toiletries. Drop all the items in the front lobby inside your Team and Grade level box.  The grade level team that collects the most items will a pizza lunch! Start collecting to support your community!

  3. Sunday is Veteran’s Day - please remember to thank all of veteran’s for their service!

11/8 Announcements:

  1. The Student Athletic Leadership Team is raising money to buy Thanksgiving meals for area families in need.  The SALT team is selling t-shirts.

  2. Student council will be having the Canned Food Drive Nov 12th-16th (Next week) to support our local food pantry!  Bring in canned food items, box meals, or toiletries. Drop all the items in the front lobby inside your Team and Grade level box.  The grade level team that collects the most items will a pizza lunch! Start collecting to support your community!

11/7 Announcements:

  1. The Student Athletic Leadership Team is raising money to buy Thanksgiving meals for area families in need.  The SALT team is selling t-shirts.

  2. Ram Pages will meet on Wednesday, November 7 from 2:50-3:30 in room 112. Come with an idea for the winter edition of the newspaper!

  3. Student council will be having the Canned Food Drive Nov 12th-16th (Next week) to support our local food pantry!  Bring in canned food items, box meals, or toiletries. Drop all the items in the front lobby inside your Team and Grade level box.  The grade level team that collects the most items will a pizza lunch! Start collecting to support your community!

11/5 Announcements:

  1. Due to elections all basketball practices for Monday and Tuesday will be at the Admin building at your same regularly scheduled times.

  2. The Student Athletic Leadership Team is raising money to buy Thanksgiving meals for area families in need.  The SALT team is selling t-shirts. At this time please take a minute to fill out a Google form that has been added to your Schoology page.  

  3. Ram Pages will meet on Wednesday, November 7 from 2:50-3:30 in room 112. Come with an idea for the winter edition of the newspaper!

  4. As a reminder, there is no school for students on Tuesday, November 6th.

  5. 8th graders going to Washington DC. We want you to have a safe, enjoyable & educational experience. Remember - this is a school trip. Behavior must be appropriate and listen to your chaperones.

11/2 Announcements:

  1. The Student Athletic Leadership Team is raising money to buy Thanksgiving meals for area families in need.  The SALT team is selling t-shirts. At this time please take a minute to fill out a Google form that has been added to your Schoology page.  

  2. As a reminder, there is no school for students on Tuesday, November 6th.

11/1 Announcements:

  1. Reminder to all winter athletes that you must have all your Final Forms done and a physical on file before you tryout.  You can still attend open gyms but can not tryout until you have your forms done.