Monthly Archives: May 2013

Hockey Provides Fun Exercise

 Students in Mr. Jeff Oden’s PE class play hockey.  Click on the links below and see them in action.  Hockey One Hockey Two  

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Track Students Participate In Meet At South

  Track Movie RMS students participated in a Track Meet at South on May 23rd.  The following was the schedule of events.  3:20                 Long Jump (all)            B6 – Sho, Jimu, Nicholas G6 – Isabella, Yasmeen                                                                         B7 – Kento, Will, Kevin … Continue reading

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RMS Salutes Our American Heroes

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Students Of The Month Honored

Congratulations to the following students who received Student of the Month for April awards.  We are proud of you! Sarah A. Claudia B. Grace C. Kate C. Nervana F. Kaiya F. Edward H. Kelly H. Marina K. John K. Taery K. … Continue reading

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It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Summer!

  A Beach Party Themed Dance Will Be Held on Thursday, May 30th!  $5 Admission 3-5PM School Cafetorium Kawabunga Dudes and Dudettes!  

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Blue Ribbon Week To Be Held On May 28-31

In honor of our men and women police officers, we are holding our Blue Ribbon Week on May 28-31st.  Students, please wear the following colors mentioned on the days listed to show your support. Tuesday-May 28th- Wear red clothing Wednesday-May … Continue reading

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Top Students Compete In Math Competition

On Saturday, May 4th, Eighth Graders Rachel G., Julia H., Jin Y., Victor J. and Seventh Grader Bennett K. competed in the 3rd Annual Torrance Regional Middle School Math Competition against kids from other schools in the South Bay.  The competition … Continue reading

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RMS Awarded California Distinguished School

  Principal Chad Mabery, Assistant Principal Justine Lang, Sixth Grade Math/Science Teacher Lisa Case, and PTSA President Michelle Nadeau represented Richardson Middle School to receive the plaque and banner for the California Distinguished School award. A luncheon was held at the … Continue reading

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Band Prepares For Parade

By Eric H. Have you heard the RMS Band stomping their feet preparing? The Armed Forced Day Parade is having their annual parade honoring people who have fought in war. With hundreds preparing, people can only hope for the best … Continue reading

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Students Are Preparing For Upcoming Tests

By Lauren H. Summer is around the corner and school is coming to an end shortly. Everyone knows what that means…CST (California Standards Tests) testing, end of unit tests, and finals. Huge tests at the end of the year that … Continue reading

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6th Grade is Mad for Math!

By Frances T. Have you noticed some students around RMS with brightly colored bandanas? They are 6th Graders proudly displaying their team pride. The entire 6th Grade Class has been divided into 8 teams: Radii, Graphs, Proportions, Percents, Triangles, Outliers, … Continue reading

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ELA Extravaganza Makes Learning Fun

By MiMi B. Designed after the Math Madness the Sixth Graders are doing this year, the ELA Extravaganza is a four week review of the year’s material. “It is a fun way to make learning a competition,” said ELA Teacher … Continue reading

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Workers Spruce Up RMS

  As part of the Campus Beautification, Sonny and Big Bill replaced lights in the Computer Lab.The Library was recently repainted and redecorated. Be sure to check it out.   Thank you to everyone who came out to help during … Continue reading

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Do You Have An Idea For A Yearbook Cover?

Submissions for the cover of next year’s yearbook are due to Ms. Pearlman by Wednesday, May 15, so don’t delay! 

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Buy Your Yearbook Now!

The last day to purchase a yearbook online is May 31st. There will be a limited amount for sale the last week of school, but those will sell out super fast! Plan ahead, and order one online today!     Click on this … Continue reading

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Jared and Cameron Run Torrance City Council Meeting

Congratulations to Cameron L. and Jared K., essay winners for the Students and Government Day. They participated yesterday in running the monthly Torrance City Council meeting.  Great job, guys! The essay contest asked students to write a new city law … Continue reading

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