We are having our eighth grade awards assembly on June 5 beginning at 8:30 a.m. in the Roberts Middle School gym! All eighth grade students will be recognized. Parents and family members are invited to attend - please sign in when you arrive.
Although we have quite a few "special days" in the month of May, we are still covering standards and completing our curriculum so that students are ready for ninth grade. Please make sure that your students are on time and ready to learn with paper, pencils and pens, and homework. Thank you in advance for your support!
Homework and Classwork are Important
Students who have no missing work as of Thursday each week will be invited to "Tuesday Bypass" in the gym for the following week. They will get to bypass intervention for the day and be rewarded in the gym.
Students who are behind in work have been or may be given the chance to come in and complete work during our "Wednesday Opportunity" time from 2 - 4 p.m. If you are contacted for this opportunity, please take advantage of it if at all possible. We are trying to help all of our students succeed, and they need to get their daily work done in order for this to happen.
Are you B.L.A.M.'n today?
On the 14th of each month, wear your B.L.A.M. shirt
and be part of the revolution here at Roberts Middle School!!
What is B.L.A.M.?
B.L.A.M. stands for Be Like Aunt Martha. Mr. Dulka, one of our eighth grade math teaches, grew up being inspired by his Aunt Martha. Aunt Martha was born with Down's syndrome, and she defied many odds to live into her 50's. Mr. Dulka has used her example to explain to the students how to live their lives as people who treat one another with kindness, allowing no excuses for giving any less than your best. When she died in February of 2012, Mr. Dulka and his classes decided that wearing t-shirts with this slogan would help revolutionize our community by reminding others (and themselves) how to live life to its fullest.
Contact Mr. Dulka to get mor information about B.L.A.M. and ordering a t-shirt:
Please take the time to review your child's grades regularly with him or her on ProgressBook.
Call the guidance office if you do not have your login
information for ProgressBook.