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Riverside Middle School's Dean of Students, Mr. Petsch updates the Dean's List on Motivational Mondays.Our Virtual Viking this week is 8th grader Nazarae P. An honors student and member of the NJHS, Nazarae keeps busy at RMS. She volunteers to help tutor students in our after school homework club on Mondays, participates in the art club on Tuesdays and has become a guest on our morning show to share and celebrate stories for Women’s History Month. Nazarae will also begin her 3rd season on the cross country team next week. A 6th grade honor student, Caelen Oliver, not only joins the Dean's List, but he was awarded the Prudential Spirit of Community award, the nation's largest youth recognition program based exclusively on volunteer community service. Caelen earned all A's last quarter and he was recognized by Prudential for his service to the community, including raising money for Shriners Hospitals for Children. Nice work Caelen!Representing our core value of Character is Jayden C. Jayden demonstrated his maturity as an 8th grader and really stepped up as a leader. When a fellow classmate was having a rough day, Jayden recognized this and used his past experiences and words to help get that student back on track and feeling positive again. As we all are being tested during these difficult times, it’s a breath of fresh air to witness students helping one another out. Jayden’s awareness and compassion were instrumental and he will bring these skills to the Unified Basketball Team next week.Seventh grader Matt C. is recognized for Scholarship this week. To complete a project about human rights in Mrs. McCarthy's social studies class, Matt designed a tee shirt using his Cricut machine. His shirt was such a big hit, Matt is now being asked to create more shirts for other staff members. All of his teachers wanted to recognize how hard Matt has been working in their classes this quarter. Keep up the good work, Matt!Last month, Ms. Foster and Mr. Salgueiro headed our February Fitness Club in which students and staff met both virtually and in person after school to help get into shape, beat the winter blues and participate in some fun exercise activities. Participants who completed all of their goals were entered into a raffle and we would like to recognize our lucky winner, Anthony “Max” C. who won an Amazon gift card for his excellent work and involvement in the club. ...
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Don't forget about the RMS PTSA when you are making your Thursday dinner plans! ...
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Officer Tammy was given a kindness heart made by students in Mrs. Viveiros’s class! ...
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The girls basketball team defeated a tough Deering team today, 58-42, in their last game of the season. They end their season with an impressive 7-1 record. Ariana Ingram led the scoring with 18 points, while Breena Hannon trailed closely behind with 17. Harmonie McDowell contributed 8, Isabel Tavares had 6, Zarae Hall had 5, and Daisha German-Silva and Shelby Quinn each contributed 2. We want to congratulate our amazing 8th graders on three incredible years. We are going to miss you and wish you nothing but the best in high school! ...
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The RMS Boys Basketball season came to an end with a final record of 5-4. The team played hard all year and never gave up through all the challenges they faced. I would like to extend a great appreciation for the 5 eighth graders that were a part of this team. -Manny Taveras never stopped working and never gave up. He went from being a team manager last year to being a starter this year. -Joseph Chaves is another player that got better each day. In addition to contributing on the court, he always kept the team laughing no matter the situation.-Darius Davis may be the hardest worker on the team and certainly has the most energy. He was another source of entertainment throughout his two years with the team. -Eddie Turay was a player who came in day one of 6th grade and has contributed to the team. Over the years he took his raw talent and athleticism and polished it into a dominant big man. His rebounding and defense will surely be missed. -Finally we have Skyller Garcia, the shooter turned all around great player. Each year Skyller improved as more and more responsibilities came his way and his shot remained his biggest threat. He became a great leader for the team this year.Good luck in your future endeavors, and I can't wait to see the rest of the team back next season! ...
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RMS Boys Basketball vs. Martin ...
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The girls basketball team defeated Martin today, 52-15 during their last home game and 8th grade celebration game. Breena Hannon led with 11, followed by Ariana Ingram and Zarae Hall, who each had 10. Jaliyah De Los Santos contributed 8, while Harmonie McDowell had 7. Daisha German-Silva had 4, with Payton Rutkowski rounding out the scoring with 2. The girls play their last game tomorrow at Deering at 3:30pm. ...
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RMS Girls Basketball vs. Martin ...
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RMS Girls Basketball vs. Martin ...
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