Monthly Archives: November 2013

Thanksgiving, A Time To Give Thanks

By Audrey T. Starting from Wednesday November 27 to Sunday December 1 is Thanksgiving break where people get together with their family, have Thanksgiving feast and think about how thankful they are for what they have, and to give thanks. … Continue reading

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Trot Like A Turkey

By Hailey A. Do you want to get out and do something fun and healthy on Thanksgiving morning? Don’t wait! come join us in running the annual Torrance Harry Sutter Memorial Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot Fun Run. The Torrance Turkey … Continue reading

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Chipotle FUNraiser Held Today, November 25

  TODAY, November 25, 4-8pm – Chipotle FUNraiser Take a break from cooking this week and join your RMS community today at Chipotle Mexican Grill located at 1430 S. Pacific Coast Highway in Redondo Beach anytime between 4:00-8:00pm and they will donate 50% of … Continue reading

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Books and Dinner Fundraisers To Be Held

  Come support Richardson Middle School and get some holiday shopping done at the Barnes & Noble Book-Fair on Wednesday, December 11th.  A portion of all proceeds will go towards Richardson PTSA programs that benefit all students.  Purchases made in-store throughout the day on 12/11 and … Continue reading

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VIP Spotted On Campus

TUSD Superintendent Dr. George Mannon visited RMS on Tuesday, November 19th.     When asked if the year was going well for him, he responded, “Yes, very well.” Dr. Mannon also mentioned that “there may be a little more money … Continue reading

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Please Help! RMS Reaches Out To Typhoon Victims

RMS began the process of organizing a fundraiser campaign Wednesday afternoon to support the disaster relief efforts in the Philippine Islands from the Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda).  Typhoon Haiyan, one of the world’s strongest typhoons ever recorded, lashed the Philippines and has devastated provinces … Continue reading

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Isaac V.: Break Dancer and Martial Arts Enthusiast

By Sydney V. Did you know that Isaac V. is a Sixth Grader who likes Komodo Dragons? Isaac was born in Torrance, California on November 27. His dream vacation would be in Texas eating chili cheese fries with grilled onions … Continue reading

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Audrey T. Has The Need For Speed

By Landon R Do you want a loyal and joyful friend? Well Audrey T. is not only loyal and joyful, she loves to play basketball, piano, read, and ride fast roller coasters. Audrey has some goals in school. “I would … Continue reading

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Lego League Robotics Team Moves On

Congratulations to the four Seventh Graders on our first Lego League Robotics Team for winning a place at the Championship Competition held last Saturday in Hollywood.  Leo T., Steven T., Justin Y., Simeon T. and other students from the Widget Club … Continue reading

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Nate Z. Has A Passion For Building

By Valerie Y. Have you ever met someone with a lucky number of four? His name is Nate Z. Nate is in the Sixth Grade at Richardson Middle School, where he feels there are more opportunities for him and many … Continue reading

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Sophia M. Dreams Of Becoming Future Professional Soccer Player

By David M. Have you ever met a girl who likes to play soccer?  Her name is Sophia M.  Her soccer team is called the Killer Cleats.  She also wants to be a soccer player when she grows up.”I like … Continue reading

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Meet Katie C. The New Leonardo DaVinci

By Antonia F. Do you know a girl who loves Minecraft? I do. Her name is Katie C. Katie is currently a Sixth Grader at Richardson Middle School. So far, Katie has enjoyed her time in middle school. “I like … Continue reading

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Kate Will Call Japan Home In The Near Future

By Victoria P. Do you know Kate M? Here are some things about her that you might find interesting. She’s in Sixth Grade, eleven-years-old, and her birthday is February third. Kate has one older sister that’s in Eighth Grade but … Continue reading

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Emergency Kits And Water Updated

Thank you to PTSA Moms, Erin Cotton and Karen Fitzpatrick for making sure each classroom’s emergency kit and water supply are updated.  

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Leadership Class Selling RMS Gear

You may order your Richardson t-shirts and Nike Elites through the Leadership class.  T-shirts cost $10 and Nike Elite cost $20.  Please place your orders soon, so that we may put in the whole order at one time.  Thank you. … Continue reading

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Blankets Needed For Animals

  ELA Teacher, Mrs. Leslie Bezich, is collecting blankets for local shelters.  This has been an activity that her classes have done for the past five years.  If you would like to help, please bring in a clean blanket to … Continue reading

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Warm Coats Needed

Girl Scout Troop 6935 is collecting coats for the needy.  Please bring in your donated coats to the Office and put your coats in the Donation Box.  Thank you for helping to keep someone warm this winter.

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Scarabs Bring Good Luck To RMS

Mrs. Alison Newman’s Sixth Grade Social Studies classes made Scarabs.  Scarabs were made during Egyptian times.  They were named and given characteristics. RMS students in Newman’s Social Studies classes were given the chance to make these good luck charms. River … Continue reading

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Students Of The Month For September Honored

Students above were given the Student Of The Month Award from their Period 2 teachers.  Congratulations to all students who were honored. Julia B. 6th Ming Wei C. 6th Antonia F. 6th Kayleigh F. 6th Clarissa L. 6th Aubrey L. … Continue reading

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Header Turkeys

The Cases collect turkeys.   Ask them why!     Photos By Lisa Case.  

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Lego League To Compete

Lego League students will be competing in their first contest on November 9th at Helen Bernstein High School in Hollywood (1309 N. Wilton Place, Los Angeles 90028).  The competition runs from 8:00AM until 5:00PM.   All are welcome to watch. … Continue reading

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Make New Friends

Want to make new friends while helping the community?  Then, the Builders’ Club is for you! Builder’s Club is sponsored by School Counselor Stephanie Hunnel, Sixth Grade Teacher Lisa Case and Kiwanis Member Tony Goorchenko.  This club meets every Tuesday … Continue reading

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Photo Album: Recent Events

Pier to Pier Walk   The Day The Lights Went Out At RMS, Calle and South High   Mustache Day   Pajama Day   In The Pink

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Eagle Scout Creates A Garden

Palos Verdes High School student, Joe M., needed an Eagle Project for Boy Scouts Troop 961. He asked Principal Chad Mabery if there was anything he and his fellow scouts could do for RMS.  They came up with the new … Continue reading

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Goblins, Ghosts, and Teletubbies Haunt RMS

Strange creatures filled the halls at RMS on October 31st.  Halloween games and costume contests were the talk of the day.  Here are some of the people in costume who showed their school spirit.   Thanks to everyone who made … Continue reading

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Fall School Dance To Be Held On Thursday

On November 7th, there will be a school dance held in the RMS Cafetorium from 3-5PM.  Come enjoy time with your friends eating pizza and dancing. Pizza $2.00 for 1 slice $3.00 for 2 slices  $5 Entrance Fee Music will … Continue reading

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Welcome Journalism Students Quarter 2

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