NOV 1, 2021

Posted on 11/01/2021
November 1st, 2021
Dear RMAE families,
Thank you for joining us last Friday for a fun filled Trunk or Treat event.  It was wonderful to have so many families on campus.  A special appreciation to Jennifer Page, Aja Cary, and Cory Knopf who organized this successful evening, our middle school grilling students for the yummy hotdogs, and our Student Council for a spooktacular haunted hall.
The results of the initial Annual Giving Drive are in.  I am happy to announce to date over half of RMAE families have participated for a total of $93,000!  It was extremely close, but kindergarten barely edged out 5th & 6th grade for the highest participation rate.  Our kinders win a fire truck ride with EFR!
Through the power of your donations, we’ll be able to fund technology in the classroom, staff professional development, curriculum enrichments, facility upgrades, and enhancements for specials classes.  It’s not too late to donate.  With additional family participation we will be able to invest even more into our classrooms.  THANK YOU to all of you who have made donations and those who plan on it.  Together, we’re enriching the educational experience at RMAE.
Your Proud Principal,
Dr. Ann Hudson
Rocky with Kindergarteners last week during Annual Giving Drive
- Quarter 1 Honor Roll for Middle School
- Order your Square 1 Art keepsakes online today!
- December Food Orders are LIVE on AtoZ
- New PTO Volunteer Opportunities- Warren Miller is BACK!

Congratulations to all the Middle School Quarter 1 Honor Roll Students
Elizabeth Chenoweth, Jesse Dorkin, Xavier Gomez, Eliza Graybill, Raya Koeva, Jillian Morrill, Ella Sells, Aspyn Wyant, Ethan Blaney, Anna Brand, Julia Fedora, Victoria Fedora, Finnegan Fierst, Allison Hayes, Helen Robbins, Aspen Vanderzee, Noah Vaughn, Sebastian Adams, Owen Clarke, Sophia Corrin, Ava Fuse, Lera Kennedy, Theo Lamas, Riley Martin, Asher Reinstein, Macie Richards, Brooklyn Rigo, Claire Rothe, Clara Ruggles, Andrew Tausel, Audrey Weiss
Chase Allbritton, Adeline Barbour, Lennon Greenbaum, Cecilia Johns, Emma Vandenberge, Maximus Baker, Emma Bosco, Katherine Bosco, Finley Collins, Charlotte DeFrehn, Logan Edmonds, Jordan Graff, Wrenna Henry, Henry Morse, Boden Petersburg, Sawyer Raley, Avery Schroeder, Taylor Schroeder, Abigail Sommers, Chase Corrigan, Opal Dennison Franklin, Greyson Fearing, Peyson Haas, Cora Hirschfeld, Kendall Holajter, Oliver Howe, Henry Huske, Tyler Jackson, Jaelee Jones, Rowan Lasater, Mead Lewis, Auburn Nicks, Sophie Ramirez, Finn Rankine, Ella Sharp, Harper Stellman, Zae Varela, Kai Wallace, Emma-Leigh Weiker
Shayla Davis, Hans Edel, Isabella Godfrey, Connor Howe, Lila Janowiak, Brody March, Patrick Marklund, Sophie Mulso, Evio Nieusma-Diaz, Mylee Ramirez, Jack Sommers, Eloise Toussaint, Layla Beightel, Lola Bruneau, Ayden Hampton, Strong Jones, Sophia Kutz, Avery March, Sydney Sava, Braden Luedecke, Bella Outland
The Aide Brigade, Hook, Tick Tock Crock, Tiger Lily and the Addams Family were all on campus last Friday. 
A huge thank you to Mark Edmonds, Eric McGillivray and Jeremiah Barns for their help with installing 150 new lockers in two days in the Middle School Building-  The Facility Committee 
Spontaneous 7th grade post bucket drumming picture
Halloween celebrations on campus

Square 1 Art 
Kindergarten - 6th Grade students have been working on creating a special art project that you may purchase on unique gifts and keepsakes for the Square 1 Art Fundraiser.  You may view and order your child art online NOW!
Simply click  on the Square 1 Art shopsite, and click on "Art Search", and enter state, school name, and your child's name. Your child's art and art code will appear, and you may order!
At-home BinaxNow COVID Test Kits
Available for all RMAE families, please stop by the office to pick them up or contact [email protected] for more information.
Parking Reminder
Parents, please remember to be courteous to the parking of our business neighbors- The Learning Center and The Life Care Center. The use of their lots is only permitted if you are conducting business with them.  Please understand that The Life Care Center relies on adequate space in their lot for emergency vehicles as well. 
Please visit our new AtoZ site or the new mobile app Membership Tool Kit to place your orders for December.  You will have until November 20th to purchase Jimmy John’s, Domino’s, and Hearthfire treats. Please note: We will not be accepting orders after the 20th.

Mark your calendars for November 7-14. 
Mention RMAE at Slife’s food truck downtown and a portion of the sale will come back to RMAE PTO.

For more information and to sign up please click this AtoZ link.

Oral Interpretation Program Chair – This is an exciting, new event for our school and we are in need of someone to chair the event. Oral interpretation allows students an opportunity to experience public speaking in a fun environment with their peers through memorization and presentation of short pieces (e.g., poem, monologue).

WARREN MILLER MOVIE SCREENING SAVE-THE-DATE AND HELP REQUEST - We will be screening the new ski and snowboarding movie “Winter Starts Now!” December 17 at the Elks Lodge. This is our largest fundraiser, and we are in need of 2 more volunteers to join our planning committee.

REMINDER TO LOG YOUR VOLUNTEER HOURS – Thanks to so many of you who volunteered your time recently among committees, PAWSS, class parties and/or Trunk or Treat. We appreciate it! Please visit AtoZ to log and get credit for those hours.

Questions? Please contact [email protected]
The next Board Meeting will be held November 16th
Do you Peloton?

Join other RMAE community members on the leaderboard with our very own hashtag.
Mountain Backpack Program
The Mountain Backpack Program’s mission is to keep kids full and focused throughout the school year. If you are in need of a hand up to meet the nutritional needs of your family, this program can help. There are no qualification requirements and only contact information is requested. Click on the fox for the enrollment form and for more information.
  NOV 5
Elementary Spirit Wear/Middle School Free Dress
  NOV 11
4:00 PM PTO Meeting
November Core Virtue: Stewardship- 
Stewardship is caring well for the gifts given us- our life, our world, our talents, and those entrusted to our care.

Winter Weather Closure and 2-Hour Delay Procedures

As we approach the winter months and the possibility of delayed starts and snow days, we are writing to remind you of our inclement weather policies. RMAE will follow Jeffco Schools for closures and delays.  Jeffco Public Schools rarely takes snow days or implements a delayed start time. We live in an area where snow is typical in the winter and unless the storm is extreme, school will not be cancelled. Parents and guardians can always make the decision to not send their children to school that day if they feel it is unsafe. Our schools are flexible with late arrivals and will always excuse a student absence when called in by a parent or guardian. Click here for more information on Jeffco school inclement weather policies. 

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