Monthly Archives: October 2013

6th Grade Enrichment Classes Change

On Monday, the 6th Grade Enrichment Classes will change. All students are to report to their new class Period 4 on Monday. Students who were in Bezich’s will go to Petito’s class.  Students in Petito’s will go to Schenkelberg’s class. … Continue reading

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Tech Trekkies Share Their Experiences

One Regular School Day… By Eighth Grader Elisa B. It was just a regular school day.  I was in my fourth period science class with Ms. Malpede, doing class work and wondering what was for lunch.  That was when I … Continue reading

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Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween RMS Students!  Hope Your Day Is Full Of Spooky Fun!

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The Latest Hiss Broadcast From Channel 31 News

  Click on the link to see your favorite news anchors. Quarter 1 Channel 31 News

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Peak Inside The Classroom: Zero Period PE With Kamiyama

Students learn to juggle.   Click on each of the links to watch them in action. IMG_7093 IMG_7094 IMG_7082 IMG_7081 Due to technical difficulties, you may have to tilt your head.  Sorry about that!   

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Red Ribbon Door Contest Held

Homerooms decorated their doors this past week in honor of pledging to be Drug Free.  Winners will be announced in the bulletin soon. A life with choices is one that is Drug Free!    

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Meet Mark S.

By Brendan H. Do you Know Mark S.? If not, here is some information about him. He is an eleven-year-old Sixth Grader who goes to RMS. His favorite subjects are science and math. In his free time, he likes to … Continue reading

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Halloween Has Haunting History

By Michelle C. On October 31st, we all celebrate a well-known holiday, Halloween. Halloween is a shortened word of All Hallows’ Evening. It is also known as Hallowe’en or All Hallows’ Eve. On Halloween, families and friends have traditions. Some … Continue reading

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Students Take Part In The Great Shakeout

  Click on the link below to see the Earthquake Drill as it happened in ELA Teacher Andrew Carlsson’s class Period 3. Edrill 3 Friday, October 18th, Richardson Middle School held its annual Earthquake Drill. Students were warned of the … Continue reading

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RMS Pledges To Be Drug Free

Red Ribbon Week will be held the week of October 21-25.  Red Ribbon Week is a time when staff and students pledge to be drug free. The following is a list of the events that will take place on the … Continue reading

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Madeline E. Soon To Hold Open Houses

By Elisa D. Do you know somebody who likes strawberries? How about somebody who loves strawberries? Her name is Madeline E. Madeline is currently a student at RMS and used to go to Riviera Elementary. “My favorite part of Richardson … Continue reading

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Beach Hut Offers A Taste of Summer All Year Long

By  Allison P. The Beach Hut has the best deals for the best prices! They are located on 4322 Pacific Coast Highway (at Anza).  Besides a wide selection of entrees, they also have a friendly atmosphere. The workers work  hard … Continue reading

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South Bay Summer In October

Photos By Kayla B. and Manny H.

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Future RMS PE Teacher: Jakob G.

By Ryan L. Did you know that Jakob G. loves to watch Spongebob and play Solitaire in his spare time? He hates to watch long, boring commercials when he is watching TV. Jakob G. is currently eleven-years-old and loves to … Continue reading

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Get Into The Halloween School Spirit

Halloween is just around the corner…are you ready?  Plan your costumes soon, so you will be ready for the Halloween Costume Contests and other events planned by your Student Council on Wednesday, October 31st. It will be spooky fun! 

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RMS Honors Students Of The Month For September

  Students above were given the Student Of The Month Award from their Period 1 teachers.  Congratulations to all who students who were honored. Keep up the good work! Hailey A.  Hisham A. Brian C. Jennie D. Andrew E. Kira … Continue reading

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What About Those Dodgers?

Think Blue…Go Dodgers!

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All A’s For Bailey

By Annabelle B. Did you know that Bailey L. earned straight As in Fifth Grade? Although Bailey is good at every subject, she says math is entertaining because of the challenge. “I love math because I’m never bored in math … Continue reading

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Students Win Challenge

On September 28, some of our students (current, former, and future) won the youth division of the Torrance Library Video Challenge.  Do you recognize them?  Scroll down to the next story to see their award winning video.  

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Former/Current RMS Students Win First Place In Video Contest

Reece S. and Amanda M., both former Rattlesnakes (Reece and Amanda are 9th Graders now at SHS ), and Nicholas S., a current 7th Grade Rattlesnake, made a video, “Books Can Take You Anywhere”, this summer for the Torrance Public … Continue reading

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Batter Up!

By Liam C. Are you eleven and love to play outside?  Sixth Grader Shane C. is eleven and loves to play outdoor sports. Shane’s favorite sport is baseball and when he grows up he wants to become a professional baseball … Continue reading

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Hisham Holds A Secret

By Jacob V. Do you know Sixth Grader Hisham A.? Hisham is a fun person who loves to play basketball during his free time. He hopes to become a famous basketball player for the Clippers. When he is not playing … Continue reading

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Alex J. Aims High!

By Allison P. Alex J. loves soccer! He plays soccer every chance he gets. He is eleven years-old and has two brothers and two sisters. His favorite book is 39 Clues and his favorite movie is Star Wars 3. He … Continue reading

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Annabelle B. Flips For Gymnastics

By Bailey L. Do you know a girl who is a great gymnast? I do, her name is Annabelle B. Annabelle is a Sixth Grade student at Richardson Middle School. She has just enjoyed her first week in middle school. … Continue reading

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Terrific Thea

By Michelle C. Do you know someone who still loves The Little Mermaid? Dorothea D. does. Dorothea’s nickname is Thea and she was born on October 24th. The schools that she has attended are Riviera Elementary and Richardson Middle School … Continue reading

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Photography Corner

Journalism students were asked to take a series of photos…one of nature, one of a non-living thing, one of a living being, something of their choice and one that tells a story.  Can you figure out which is which? Photos … Continue reading

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Meet Sixth Grader, Tylin B.

By Olivia K. Do you like going out to get ice cream? Sixth Grader Tylin B. does.  She loves to get ice cream after a hard day at school.  Her favorite place to get ice cream is McDonald’s. She has … Continue reading

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They Said “I Do”!

On Saturday, September 14th, new Intervention Teacher, Saira Heriji married her long time boyfriend, Erik.  They were married in Temecula and will go on their honeymoon some time next year when they both get a break from work.  Best wishes … Continue reading

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Carlsson Treated To Cambodia Cuisine

By Jocelyn H. Do you know anyone who won a spelling bee twice, once in the fourth grade and another one in the sixth grade? It is the new Seventh and Eighth Grade English Teacher Mr. Andrew Thomas Carlsson. Carlsson … Continue reading

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Yearbook Looking For Artists, Writers, Photographers…

The Yearbook Club will meet this Thursday, at lunch, in Room 26. It is a wonderful opportunity for Richardson’s artists, photographers, designers, writers, and creative thinkers to commemorate and celebrate the culture and experience here at RMS. Everyone is welcome!  … Continue reading

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Box Tops For Education

RMS earns money from Box Tops for Education.   It is easy to help out.   Here’s what you need to do: 1. Cut out your Box Tops from all products that have them.  They look like this- 2. Put … Continue reading

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