Monthly Archives: January 2018

Cheer For The USA Team In The 2018 Winter Olympics

By Luke C. Swish, swish.  That will be the sound of the skis coming down the slopes of South Korea’s mountains in the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang.  But what is this event exactly?   The Winter Olympics are a collection … Continue reading

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Get To Know Karina: “Three Things I Love To Do”

By Karina F. I have many favorite things to do in my free time. But these are some of the activities I enjoy the most! One of my favorite things to do is volleyball. It is so exciting on the … Continue reading

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Winter X Games To Be Held

By Elliot L. The Winter X Games are annual extreme sports event held by ESPN since 2002. They will be held from January 25th to January 28th. This year the location of the Winter X Games will be in Buttermilk, … Continue reading

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What Does Smoking Really Do To Your Body?

By Samara SN. Did you know that more than one billion people in the world smoke? It is true more and more people are turning to smoking. Now that smoking is legal, more than 80% of our people are doing … Continue reading

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Student Perspective: How To Get Rid Of A Cold

By Jodi Y. Colds are very common these days and unfortunately there is no exact cure for a common cold.  Most colds will go away within 3-5 days. Here are some natural home remedies. Step one: Drink plenty of warm … Continue reading

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Is Why Don’t We The Next Big Singing Group?

By Kristina J. Have you heard of the new band Why Don’t We? I know I have! In case you didn’t know I am a huge fan of Why Don’t We! I’m sure when you hear their music you will … Continue reading

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Where Do You Sit At Lunch?

  By Karina F. Students at RMS have migrated from hallways to eating in the cafeteria due to littering. Students have not been throwing away trash, therefore, going to eat in the cafeteria where there is less trash. The cafeteria … Continue reading

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Did You Make New Year’s Resolutions?

By Skye R. For some people new years is just a way to start over or turn over a new leaf, but some people try to improve mistakes that they made last year. Most people struggle with coming up with … Continue reading

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Teachers Make A Wish List For Classroom Supplies

Editor’s Note- Mr. Lyne’s Wish List was attached to another teacher’s when this first was published and it did not show up properly in the Richardson Rattler.  We apologize.     By Mercy C. Have you ever imagined what a classroom … Continue reading

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Poetry Corner: New Years

By Amber K. “3, 2, 1!” The fun has just begun! A new year, a new start Enter 2018 with an open mind, an open heart.   Last year’s hardships may have tore you apart, but this year’s joy can … Continue reading

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Model UN Club Reaches State-wide

By Luke C. Do you want to be in a club where you can meet kids from all over the state?  Do you want to participate in a club where you can discuss current events?  Do you want to be … Continue reading

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It All Adds Up

By Luke C. You come into room 21 and see a bunch of students sitting around desks and trying to solve, as far as you can see, math problems that you have no clue about.  You ask Mr. Michael  Fujii, … Continue reading

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A Glance Into Visual Arts

By Marina M. Visual arts is a fun elective for filming and acting.  This elective is held by Mr. Josh Buby in Room 16 for sixth, seventh, and eighth graders. Aarushi M. and Olivia M. picked visual arts as their … Continue reading

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Video Games Bring Excitement To Gamers

By Harry K. Many middle schoolers nowadays have some kind of preference for the types of video or computer games they like to play.  There are a large variety to play from role playing games to Candy Crush. t]There are … Continue reading

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