MAR 14, 2022

Posted on 03/14/2022
March 14th, 2022
- Spirit Week is March 14th-18th- see the schedule below
- Yearbooks are on sale!

- Spring Break is March 21st-25th!
- Order your school supply kits today!
In middle school, art students make Artist Trading Cards (miniature pieces of art) to trade with other artists at our school. For this exhibit in the library, the sixth graders each selected their best or favorite trading card to display.
In Tech Class, 7th Grade students design and build robots that solve a problem. Some of the robots designed include: a makeup robot, a snow plowing robot, a robot that hands out compliments, a robotic dog, a snack delivering robot, and a ballet dancing robot. 
1st Grade made clever traps to hopefully catch those naughty Leprechauns on Thursday!
This past quarter, 6th grade students have been learning about the history of robotic Mars exploration in Tech Class. Students were broken into small groups to research, design, and build a mars rover of their own. After working on the project for the entirety of 3rd Quarter, students presented their rovers to elementary students in a Robotic Open House.  
8th grade "monkeying" around at recess
Order your 2022-23 School Supply Kits Today
Upcoming Student Council Activities
SPIRIT WEEK March 14th-18th

Tuesday: Twin day.
Match everything with friends. There is no real limit for how many people can be twins, we want everyone to feel included!
Wednesday: Wacky Wednesday.
Wear inside out clothes, mismatched shoes and socks, and crazy hair to participate in Wacky Wednesday. 
Thursday: Teacher day (4th &5th will do this on Friday)
Dress up as your favorite teacher, make sure you're recognizable!
Friday: Career day  (4th &5th- will do this on Thursday for YA)
Dress up as your favorite career, or your dream job. Example wear a lab coat for scientists or carry a lot of books for librarians. 

Elementary Carnival Day!
Student council Presents the Elementary Carnival (Kindergarten - 5th Grade) on Friday, March 18, 2022 -each grade will spend 30 minutes in the cafetiera playing  fun games and cool prizes.
Order your 2021-22 RMAE Yearbook Today

Please visit AtoZ to place Jimmy John’s Domino’s and Hearthfire orders for April.
Orders will be taken through Sunday, March 20. 
Please note: Orders will not be taken after the 20th.


Book Swap Volunteers- Two Spots Left
Volunteers are needed to work shifts during the book swap on March 17 & 18 in the library. Click here to sign up.

PTO Board Positions for 2022-23 School Year
Some PTO board positions will be opening for next school year.  Be on the lookout for more information coming soon about seeking nominations. These positions are a great way to be directly involved in supporting our school, meeting new people, and earning those volunteer hours.
To sign up, please visit AtoZ and click Volunteer Opportunities.  

Family Summary of March 10, 2022 Board of Directors Meeting
The big highlight of the March 10 Board meeting was definitely RMAE’s facilities. The Facilities Committee has been hard at work making the Den a reality. Not only does the outside look amazing, the interior is coming together and on schedule.  
The Principal’s report also highlighted plans for the CMAS testing period, positive enrollment updates, and efforts to enhance our unique school culture.  Similarly the Board would like to send our kudos to the RMAE Student Council for the upcoming carnival happening this Friday. 
Finally we are pleased to announce that we are now accepting letters of intent from parents interested in deepening their support of RMAE, by running to be a new RMAE Board member: 
Would you like to help our great school by serving on the Board of Directors?  The Board is the policy setting and governing entity of RMAE, and meets at least monthly to discuss budgeting, achieving academic standards, strategic planning, and campus improvements. The Board will have two vacant parent representative seats to be filled for three-year terms beginning this summer.  While all parents are welcome to submit their names for candidacy, the Board is particularly interested in candidates with previous involvement in RMAE committees, financial or accounting backgrounds, as well as parents of middle school students.  
If you have interest, please submit a brief letter of intent by March 31 describing your background and outlining what you believe you can offer the school through Board service.  The letter may be sent to the Board’s e-mail address at  Once the letters are compiled and reviewed, we will hold a public meeting in the evening of April 18 to interview and allow questions to be posed to the candidates.  Details regarding the election date and process will appear in later Grizzly Growls.     

We wish everyone a relaxing and safe spring break!
Trail Running Club with Mrs Adams
New session starting March 8th, open to students in 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade. See the FLYER for more details. 
RMAE After School Sports class: Wednesdays 3:15pm-4:15pm
Session 3 continues through Wednesday, April 6th (If your child is interested, you can still sign them up for any remaining classes for session 3) 
Session 4 (last session of the school year!) April 13th- May 25th
Contact: PE teacher, Lisa Best  
Come have fun with Ms. Best through outdoor recreation, sports, games, and field day activities. 
WHEN: June 6th-10th (Mon.-Fri.) 
August 1st-5th (Mon.-Fri.)
TIME: 9:00am-12:00pm
AGES: 6-13
See the details and sign up HERE

Summer Adventure Day Camp!

With Mrs. Kruse and Mrs. Adams

When: June 20-24

Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Cost: $300

Open to grades 3rd-8th
See the details and sign up HERE

National Charity League Foothills Chapter
NCL is a national organization where Mothers and Daughters join together to serve their communities. Open to 7th and 8th grades. 

Moms and daughters who are interested in learning more about the Colorado Foothills Chapter of NCL are invited to the Annual Meet & Greet on Sunday, April 3, from 2:30-4:00pm at Buchanan Rec Center in Evergreen.  Attendance is not necessary to join but many details about our local chapter will be shared.  More information can be obtained at or contact Susie Shipley, VP Membership, at

Free, Confidential Counseling, Support Groups, and Workshops
Take a look at their website for all their offerings. 
  MAR 14-18
SPIRIT WEEK! see above for details
  MAR 15
6th Grade Field Trip to Denver Museum
  MAR 17
4th/5th Grade Young Ameritowne Fieldtrip
Book Swap
  MAR 18
Whole School Free Dress
Stu Co Elementary Carnival
Book Swap
  MAR 21- 25
March Core Virtue: Mercy
Mercy is showing kindness to those who have not been kind to us.
Mercy is showing compassion to the enemy, the wrongdoer, or those over whom one has power. 

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