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Reading Launches Program to Connect Professionals to High School Students

Reading Schools has launched a program to connect current high school students with Reading graduates or residents who are professionals in the career field of each student's interest. The goal of the program is to expose students to practical advice and real-world experiences.

Open Enrollment Begins April 1, 2019

The Reading Board of Education will be accepting applications for open enrolled students, in person only, beginning Monday, April 1, 2019, 8:00 a.m. at 1301 Bonnell Avenue, Office of the Superintendent.  The deadline for accepting applications will be Tuesday, May 14, 2019, at 3:00 p.m. Applications will be processed in the order in which they are received.  All individual applications will be date/time stamped when presented at the Board of Education Office.  Applications received by mail will not be accepted.

Click the link below to view the application.  Paper copies are also available in the Office of the Superintendent.

2019-2020 Open Enrollment Application

Reading Key Club Raises $4,200 for Cancer Free Kids! RHS Students at Night for the Fight

On February 23, 32 members of the Reading High School Key Club participated in Night for the Fight to raise money for Cancer Free Kids. Our Blue Devils raised more than $4,200 to support pediatric cancer research!

RMS Weekly Newsletter- March 15, 2019

Click the date to see this week's RMS Newsletter - 3/15/2019

God, Flag and Country Oratory Winners GFC

Good luck to our Reading Middle School students who will participate in the The Fraternal Order of Eagles Sycamore Aerie 1095 annual God, Flag & CountryOratory Program this Saturday, February 16th. Two students were selected from each grade level to participate in the FOE's program:

 

 

Ages 10-11

1st - Kierstyn Allen

2nd - Autumn Daley

3rd - Olivia Engel

 

Ages 12 - 13

1st - Russell Turner

2nd - Sage Altman

3rd - Zach Fritsch

 

Age 14

1st - Carmen Serna

2nd - Olivia Simpson

3rd - Skylynn Recker

 

 

The FOE will award Individual plaques and cash prizes to all contestants in each age group. FOE's first place winners will be eligible for district, zone, state and national cash prizes.

2nd Quarter Awards Breakfast 2nd Quarter Awards

The Second Quarter Awards Breakfasts were a sucess! Congratulations to our students who made Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance! Check out our photo gallery for more pictures!

RMS Weekly Newsletter- February 8, 2019

Please click the date to view our weekly newsletter- 2/08/2019

Weekly Newsletter- January 18

Click the date for this week's RMS Newsletter- 01/18/2019

Dale Chihuly inspired sculpture created by Mrs. Dehner's 6th and 7th Grade Art Class Dale Chihuly inspired sculpture
Reading Middle School NEW Facebook Page

Please 'LIKE' our new Facebook page. Click Reading MIddle School to see our new page!

Weekly Newsletter- January 11

Check out our weekly newsletter by clicking the date! 1/11/2019

Weekly Newsletter- January 4

Please click the date to view our weekly newsletter- January 4th

UPCOMING JANUARY EVENTS

January 2019

01/11 End of 2nd Quarter

01/18 Report Cards Mailed Home

01/21 No School, Martin Luther King Day

1/29 8th/7th Grade Awards Breakfast

1/30 6th Grade Awards Breakfast

End of Second Quarter- Report Cards and Awards

The end of Second Quarter is Friday, January 11th. Report Cards will be mailed home on Friday, January 18th.

The RMS Awards Breakfasts will be held Tuesday, January 29th (8th Grade, 8:15 am/7th Grade, 9 am) and Wednesday, January 30th (6th Grade, 8:15 am). 

 

Attendance

Please remember if your child is not at school, you are required to call our Attendance Line to report the absence. Prior to 8:05 A.M. on the day of the student's absence, the parent or guardian is to call the school to report the absence (842-5151). If the parent did not call the absence in on the day of the absence, then the student is to bring, to the attendance office, a written note explaining the absence from school. The note should include the following information: (a) Student's name, (b) Grade, (c) Date(s) of absence, (d) Reason for absence, (e) Parent's signature. If the note is not turned in to the office, the absence will be unexcused. Students will be permitted to make up any work assigned on the day of an excused absence.

Reading Middle School
230 Halker Avenue
Reading, OH 45215